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    Census of Financial, Insurance,
    and Real Estate Industries
    FC92-N-1


    NONEMPLOYER STATISTICS SERIES


    Summary




    U.S. Department of Commerce
    Economics and Statistics Administration
    BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
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     Census of Financial, Insurance,
         and Real Estate Industries
                                                                                                                                              FC92-N-1


                                                                      NONEMPLOYER STATISTICS SERIES


                                                                                                                    Summary



                                                                                                                                Issued September 1995




                                                                                                                     U.S. Department of Commerce
                                                                                                                        Ronald H. Brown, Secretary
                                                                                                                     David J. Barram, Deputy Secretary
                                                                                                              Economics and Statistics Administration
                                                                                                                   Everett M. Ehrlich, Under Secretary
                                                                                                                                   for Economic Affairs
                                                                                                                               BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
                                                                                                                        Martha Farnsworth Riche, Director
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                  Acknowledgments
                     Many persons participated in the various activities of the 1992 Census of Financial, Insurance,
                  and Real Estate Industries. The overall planning and review of the census operations were
                  performed by the Economic Census Staff of the Economic Planning and Coordination Division.
                     This report was prepared in the Services Division. Bobby E. Russell, Assistant Chief for Census
                  Programs, was responsible for the overall planning, management, and coordination of the census
                  of financial, insurance, and real estate industries. Planning and implementation were under the
                  direction of Sidney O. Marcus, Acting Chief, Financial Census Branch, with primary staff
                  assistance by Laurie Torene, Robert S. Benedik, James M. Poyer, Faye A. Jacobs, Steven M.
                  Roman, James P. Barron, Cynthia R. Boyd, and Deanie Pounds.
                     Systems and procedures for mailout, receipt, correspondence, data input, industry classifica-
                  tion, other clerical processing, administrative record processing, quality control, and the associated
                  electronic computer programs, were developed in the Economic Planning and Coordination
                  Division.
                     Mailout preparation and receipt operations, clerical and analytical review activities, data keying,
                  and geocoding review were performed by the staff of the Data Preparation Division, Judith N.
                  Petty, Chief.
                     Geographic coding procedures and associated computer programs were developed by the staff
                  of the Geography Division, Joel L. Morrison, Chief.
                     The computer processing systems were developed and coordinated in the Economic Statistical
                  Methods and Programming Division, Charles P. Pautler, Jr., Chief. Martin S. Harahush, Assistant
                  Chief for Quinquennial Programs, was responsible for design and implementation of the computer
                  systems. The computer programs were prepared under the supervision of William C. Wester,
                  Chief, Services Branch, assisted by Josephine S. McLaughlin, John Jeffrey Milner, Jeffrey S.
                  Rosen, David L. Sipes, Kevin Edward Donnalley, Duc-Mong Nguyen, and Mark T. Lachendro.
                  Additional programming assistance was provided by Robert S. Jewett.
                     Computer processing was performed in the Computer Services Division, Marvin D. Raines,
                  Chief.
                     The staff of the Administrative and Publications Services Division, Walter C. Odom, Chief,
                  performed planning, design, composition, editorial review, and printing planning and procurement
                  for publications and report forms. Margaret A. Smith provided publication coordination and
                  editing.
                     Special acknowledgment is also due the many businesses whose cooperation has contributed
                  to the publication of these data.


                      If you have any questions concerning the statistics in this report, call 301-457-2824.
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            Economics and Statistics                                                        BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
             Administration                                                                 Martha Farnsworth Riche, Director
            Everett M. Ehrlich, Under Secretary                                             Harry A. Scarr, Deputy Director
             for Economic Affairs
                                                                                            Paula J. Schneider, Principal Associate
                                                                                             Director for Programs
                                                                                            Frederick T. Knickerbocker, Associate
                                                                                             Director for Economic Programs
                                                                                            Thomas L. Mesenbourg, Assistant Director
                                                                                             for Economic Programs
                                                                                            ECONOMIC PLANNING AND COORDINATION
                                                                                             DIVISION
                                                                                            John P. Govoni, Chief
                                                                                            SERVICES DIVISION
                                                                                            Carole A. Ambler, Chief




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Introduction to
the Economic Census


PURPOSES AND USES OF THE ECONOMIC                                                                 Special programs also cover enterprise statistics and
CENSUS                                                                                         minority-owned and women-owned businesses. (The 1992
                                                                                               Census of Agriculture and 1992 Census of Governments
   The economic census is the major source of facts about                                      are conducted separately.) The next economic census is
the structure and functioning of the Nation’s economy. It                                      scheduled to be taken in 1998 covering the year 1997.
provides essential information for government, business,
industry, and the general public.
   The economic census furnishes an important part of the                                      AVAILABILITY OF THE DATA
framework for such composite measures as the gross                                                The results of the economic census are available in
domestic product, input/ output measures, production and                                       printed reports and on compact discs for sale by the
price indexes, and other statistical series that measure                                       Census Bureau. Order forms for all types of products are
short-term changes in economic conditions.                                                     available on request from Customer Services, Bureau of
   Policymaking agencies of the Federal Government use                                         the Census, Washington, DC 20233-8300. A more com-
the data, especially in monitoring economic activity and                                       plete description of publications being issued from this
providing assistance to business.                                                              census is on the inside back cover of this document.
   State and local governments use the data to assess                                             Census facts are also widely disseminated by trade
business activities and tax bases within their jurisdictions                                   associations, business journals, and newspapers. Vol-
and to develop programs to attract business.                                                   umes containing census statistics are available in most
   Trade associations study trends in their own and com-                                       major public and college libraries. Finally, State data
peting industries and keep their members informed of                                           centers in every State as well as business and industry
market changes.                                                                                data centers in many States also supply economic census
   Individual businesses use the data to locate potential                                      statistics.
markets and to analyze their own production and sales
performance relative to industry or area averages.                                             WHAT’S NEW IN 1992
                                                                                                   The 1992 Economic Census covers more of the economy
AUTHORITY AND SCOPE                                                                            than any previous census. New for 1992 are data on
                                                                                               communications, utilities, financial, insurance, and real
  Title 13 of the United States Code (sections 131, 191,                                       estate, as well as coverage of more transportation indus-
and 224) directs the Census Bureau to take the economic                                        tries. The economic, agriculture, and governments cen-
census every 5 years, covering years ending in 2 and 7.                                        suses now collectively cover nearly 98 percent of all
The 1992 Economic Census consists of the following eight                                       economic activity.
censuses:                                                                                          Among other changes, new 1992 definitions affect the
                                                                                               boundaries of about a third of all metropolitan areas. Also,
• Census of Retail Trade
                                                                                               the Survey of Women-Owned Businesses has now been
• Census of Wholesale Trade                                                                    expanded to include all corporations.

• Census of Service Industries
                                                                                               HISTORICAL INFORMATION
• Census of Financial, Insurance, and Real Estate
  Industries                                                                                      The economic census has been taken as an integrated
                                                                                               program at 5-year intervals since 1967 and before that for
• Census of Transportation, Communications, and Utilities                                      1963, 1958, and 1954. Prior to that time, the individual
                                                                                               subcomponents of the economic census were taken sepa-
• Census of Manufactures                                                                       rately at varying intervals.
• Census of Mineral Industries                                                                    The economic census traces its beginnings to the 1810
                                                                                               Decennial Census, when questions on manufacturing were
• Census of Construction Industries                                                            included with those for population. Coverage of economic

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activities was expanded for 1840 and subsequent cen-                                              The Survey of Minority-Owned Business Enterprises
suses to include mining and some commercial activities. In                                     was first conducted as a special project in 1969 and was
1902, Congress established a permanent Census Bureau                                           incorporated into the economic census in 1972 along with
and directed that a census of manufactures be taken every                                      the Survey of Women-Owned Businesses.
5 years. The 1905 Manufactures Census was the first time                                          An economic census has also been taken in Puerto
a census was taken apart from the regular every-10-year                                        Rico since 1909, in the Virgin Islands of the United States
population census.                                                                             and Guam since 1958, and in the Commonwealth of the
    The first census of business was taken in 1930, cover-                                     Northern Mariana Islands since 1982.
ing 1929. Initially it covered retail and wholesale trade and                                     Statistical reports from the 1987 and earlier censuses
construction industries, but it was broadened in 1933 to                                       provide historical figures for the study of long-term time
include some of the service trades.                                                            series and are available in some large libraries. All of the
                                                                                               census data published since 1967 are still available for
    The 1954 Economic Census was the first census to be
                                                                                               sale on microfiche from the Census Bureau.
fully integrated—providing comparable census data across
economic sectors, using consistent time periods, con-                                          AVAILABILITY OF MORE FREQUENT
cepts, definitions, classifications, and reporting units. It                                   ECONOMIC DATA
was the first census to be taken by mail, using lists of firms
                                                                                                  While the census provides complete enumerations every
provided by the administrative records of other Federal                                        5 years, there are many needs for more frequent data as
agencies. Since 1963, administrative records also have                                         well. The Census Bureau conducts a number of monthly,
been used to provide basic statistics for very small firms,                                    quarterly, and annual surveys, with the results appearing in
reducing or eliminating the need to send them census                                           publication series such as Current Business Reports (retail
questionnaires. The Enterprise Statistics Program, which                                       and wholesale trade and service industries), the Annual
publishes combined data from the economic census, was                                          Survey of Manufactures, Current Industrial Reports, and
made possible with the implementation of the integrated                                        the Quarterly Financial Report. Most of these surveys,
census program in 1954.                                                                        while providing more frequent observations, yield less
    The range of industries covered in the economic cen-                                       kind-of-business and geographic detail than the census.
suses has continued to expand. The census of construc-                                         The County Business Patterns program offers annual
tion industries began on a regular basis in 1967, and the                                      statistics on the number of establishments, employment,
scope of service industries was broadened in 1967, 1977,                                       and payroll classified by industry within each county.
and 1987. The census of transportation began in 1963 as
a set of surveys covering travel, transportation of commodi-                                   SOURCES FOR MORE INFORMATION
ties, and trucks, but expanded in 1987 to cover business                                          More information about the scope, coverage, classifica-
establishments in several transportation industries. For                                       tion system, data items, and publications for each of the
1992, these statistics are incorporated into a broadened                                       economic censuses and related surveys is published in the
census of transportation, communications, and utilities.                                       Guide to the 1992 Economic Census and Related Statis-
Also new for 1992 is the census of financial, insurance,                                       tics. More information on the methodology, procedures,
and real estate industries. This is part of a gradual expan-                                   and history of the census will be published in the History of
sion in coverage of industries previously subjected to                                         the 1992 Economic Census. Contact Customer Services
government regulation.                                                                         for information on availability.




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Census of Financial, Insurance, and Real Estate (FIRE)
Industries


GENERAL                                                                                           For the 1992 Census of Financial, Insurance, and Real
                                                                                               Estate Industries, large- and medium-size firms, plus all
    The 1992 Census of Financial, Insurance, and Real                                          firms known to operate more than one establishment, were
Estate (FIRE) Industries, part of the 1992 Economic Cen-                                       sent questionnaires to be completed and returned to the
sus, covered financial, insurance, and real estate indus-                                      Census Bureau by mail. For selected very small firms,
tries as defined in Division H of the Standard Industrial                                      including those with no paid employees, data from existing
Classification Manual: 19871 (SIC).                                                            administrative records of other Federal agencies were
                                                                                               used instead. These records provided basic information on
   Data are presented for establishments in the following
                                                                                               location, kind of business, revenue, payroll, number of
classifications:
                                                                                               employees, and legal form of organization. In addition,
                                                                                               more detailed information for selected kinds of business
SIC code                                               Title                                   was obtained on the various questionnaires.
60                           Depository institutions                                              Appendix A gives a more detailed explanation of census
61                           Nondepository credit institutions                                 coverage and methodology.
62                           Security and commodity brokers,
                             dealers, exchanges, and services
                                                                                               CENSUS DISCLOSURE RULES
63                           Insurance carriers                                                   In accordance with Federal law governing census reports,
64                           Insurance agents, brokers, and                                    no data are published that would disclose the operations of
                             service                                                           an individual establishment or business. However, the
65                           Real estate                                                       number of establishments in a kind-of-business classifica-
67                           Holding and other investment offices                              tion is not considered a disclosure, so this information may
                                                                                               be released even though other information is withheld.
  This report includes establishments with and without
payroll.                                                                                       GEOGRAPHIC AREAS COVERED
   Government-affiliated establishments in the covered                                             This report presents data for the following areas:
industries are excluded from this report, with the exception
of depository institutions under conservatorship of a gov-                                       1. The United States as a whole.
ernmental organization, central reserve institutions, and                                        2. Each State and the District of Columbia.
federally-sponsored credit agencies.
                                                                                                 3. Each consolidated metropolitan statistical area (CMSA)
    For firms classified as commercial banks, savings insti-                                        and primary metropolitan statistical area (PMSA) defined
tutions, and credit unions (SIC’s 602, 603, and 606); and                                           by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) as of
life insurance carriers, accident and health and medical                                            June 30, 1993. A CMSA is an area used to facilitate
service plans, fire, marine, and casualty, and surety insur-                                        the presentation and analysis of data for large con-
ance carriers (SIC’s 631, 632, 633, and 635), the basic                                             centrations of metropolitan populations. It includes
tabulations in this report include establishments which are                                         two or more contiguous PMSA’s which have a popu-
auxiliary (primary function is providing a service, such as an                                      lation of at least 1,000,0002 and which meet specific
administrative office) to other establishments within the                                           criteria of urban character and of social and economic
same organization. For firms classified in all other indus-                                         integration.
tries covered by this report, the basic tabulations do not
include data for auxiliary establishments. Data for these                                        4. Each metropolitan statistical area (MSA) defined by
auxiliaries are presented in a subsequent report issued as                                          the OMB as of June 30, 1993. An MSA is an integrated
part of the 1992 Enterprise Statistics reports.                                                     economic and social unit with a population nucleus of
                                                                                                    at least 50,000 inhabitants.2 Each MSA consists of

    1
      Standard Industrial Classification Manual: 1987. For sale by Super-
                                                                                                  2
intendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington                                 According to the 1990 Census of Population or subsequent special
DC 20402. Stock No. 041-001-00314-2.                                                           census.


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       one or more counties meeting standards of metropoli-                                    SPECIAL TABULATIONS
       tan character; in New England, cities and towns rather                                      Special tabulations of data collected in the 1992 Census
       than counties are the component geographic units.                                       of Financial, Insurance, and Real Estate Industries may be
                                                                                               obtained, depending on availability of time and personnel,
DOLLAR VALUES                                                                                  on diskette, computer tape, or in tabular form. The data will
                                                                                               be in summary form and subject to the same rules prohib-
   All dollar values presented in this report are expressed                                    iting disclosure of confidential information (including name,
in current dollars, i.e., 1992 data are expressed in 1992                                      address, kind of business, or other data for individual
dollars. Consequently, when making comparisons to prior                                        business establishments or companies) as are the regular
years, users of the data should consider the inflation that                                    publications.
has occurred.                                                                                      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
RELIABILITY OF DATA                                                                            be directed to the Chief, Services Division, Bureau of the
                                                                                               Census, Washington, DC 20233.
   All data compiled in this report originated from either                                         To discuss a special tabulation before submitting speci-
census questionnaires or administrative records of other                                       fications, call 1-800-541-8345.
Federal agencies and, therefore, are not subject to sam-
pling errors. However, the data are subject to nonsampling                                     ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS
errors. Nonsampling errors can be attributed to many
                                                                                                  The following abbreviations and symbols are used in
sources: inability to identify all cases in the actual universe;
                                                                                               this publication:
definition and classification difficulties; differences in the
interpretation of questions; errors in recording or coding                                         –             Represents zero.
the data obtained; and other errors of collection, response,                                       **            Data not provided because establishments
coverage, processing, and estimation for missing or mis-                                                         without payroll are classified only at a broader
reported data.                                                                                                   kind-of-business level by the Internal Revenue
   The accuracy of these tabulated data is determined by                                                         Service.
the joint effects of the various nonsampling errors. No                                            ‡             Revenue was not collected at this level of
direct measurement of these effects has been obtained                                                            detail for multiestablishment firms.
except for estimation for missing or misreported data;                                             (D)           Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual
however, precautionary steps were taken in all phases of                                                         companies; data are included in broader kind-
the collection, processing, and tabulation of the data in an                                                     of-business totals.
effort to minimize the effects of nonsampling errors.                                              (NA)          Not available.
   The Bureau of the Census obtains on computer tape                                               (X)           Not applicable.
limited information extracted from administrative records                                          CMSA          Consolidated metropolitan statistical area.
of other Federal agencies. This information is used in                                             MA            Metropolitan area.
conjunction with other information available to the Census                                         MSA           Metropolitan statistical area.
Bureau to develop estimates for nonemployers, small                                                n.e.c.        Not elsewhere classified.
employers, and other establishments for which responses                                            PMSA          Primary metropolitan statistical area.
were not received in time for publication. Also, see appen-                                        pt.           Part.
dix A for a more detailed explanation of census coverage                                           r             Revised.
and methodology.                                                                                   SIC           Standard Industrial Classification.




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Users’ Guide for Locating Statistics in This Report
by Table Number



                                                                                                                       Table
                               Information shown in tables
                                                                                                               1       2        3             4

GEOGRAPHIC AREAS

United States . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    X       X
Each State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                    X
CMSA’s, PMSA’s, and MSA’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                                   X

DATA ITEMS

All establishments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       X                X
Establishments with payroll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .              X                X
Establishments without payroll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                 X       X        X             X
Unincorporated businesses with payroll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         X
Unincorporated businesses without payroll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            X
Revenue of all establishments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                  X                X
Revenue of establishments with payroll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         X                X
Revenue of establishments without payroll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            X       X        X             X
Revenue size of nonemployer establishments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                         X




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Users’ Guide for Locating Statistics in the 1992 Census of
Financial, Insurance, and Real Estate Industries Reports



                                                                                 Information shown in reports by kind of business or industry category

                                                                                                                      Revenue
                                                                                                                      size and
                                                                                                                       employ-
                                                                                                                          ment
   Report and geographic area
                                                                                                                        size of
                                                                                                                         estab- Concen-
                                                          Number                                                           lish-  tration  Single          Legal
                                                         of estab-                          Number                       ments   ratio of    units       form of
                                                              lish- Revenue       Payroll    of em- Selected Revenue        and  largest and mul-         organi-     Selected
                                                            ments ($1,000)      ($1,000)    ployees    ratios   lines     firms     firms  tiunits         zation       topics

GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERIES
United States . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                    X        X          X         X         X
State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             X        X          X         X         X
CMSA, PMSA, MSA . . . . . . . . . . .                              X        X          X         X

NONEMPLOYER STATISTICS
 SERIES
                                                               1        1                                                      2                              1
United States . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                    X        X                                                      X                              X
                                                               1        1
State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             X        X
CMSA, PMSA, MSA . . . . . . . . . . .                              X        X

ESTABLISHMENT AND FIRM
 SIZE (INCLUDING LEGAL
 FORM OF ORGANIZATION)
United States . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                    X        X          X         X                                 X       X         X            X

SOURCES OF REVENUE
United States . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                    X        X                                         X

MISCELLANEOUS SUBJECTS
                                                                                                                                                                           3
United States . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                    X        X                                                                                                X
                                                                                                                                                                           3
State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             X        X                                                                                                X
                                                                                                                                                                           3
CMSA, PMSA, MSA . . . . . . . . . . .                              X        X                                                                                                X
     1
       Includes data for all establishments, establishments with payroll, and establishments without payroll, by kind of business.
     2
       Data available by revenue size of establishments without payroll only.
     3
       Includes data from selected special inquiries on the report forms.




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                   Contents
                   Summary
                                                                                                             [Page numbers listed here omit the prefix that
                                                                                                              appears as part of the number of each page]

                                                                                                                                                                          Page
                   Introduction to the Economic Census                                                                                                                       III
                   Census of Financial, Insurance, and Real Estate (FIRE) Industries                                                                                          V
                   Users’ Guide for Locating Statistics in This Report by Table Number                                                                                      VII
                   Users’ Guide for Locating Statistics in the 1992 Census of Financial, Insurance, and
                     Real Estate Industries Reports                                                                                                                          VIII

                   TABLES
                   1.        Summary Statistics for All Establishments and Establishments With and Without
                             Payroll for the United States: 1992                                                                                                                  2
                   2.        Revenue Size of Nonemployer Establishments for the United States: 1992                                                                               4
                   3.        Summary Statistics for All Establishments and Establishments With and Without
                             Payroll for States: 1992                                                                                                                             6
                   4.        Nonemployer Statistics for Metropolitan Areas: 1992                                                                                                 28

                   APPENDIXES
                   A.        General Explanation                                                                                                                            A–1
                   B.        Sample Report Form and Instructions                                                                                                              --
                   C.        Kind-of-Business Titles and Reporting-Form Numbers                                                                                               --
                   D.        Metropolitan Areas                                                                                                                             D–1

                   Publication Program                                                                                                               Inside back cover

                            -- Not applicable for this report.




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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Table 1.           Summary Statistics for All Establishments and Establishments With and Without Payroll for the United States:
                                                                                                                                                                                        SUMMARY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           1992
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        [For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A]

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               All establishments                                 Establishments with payroll                              Establishments without payroll

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Unincorporated                                           Unincorporated                                           Unincorporated
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                businesses                                               businesses                                               businesses
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          SIC code                                  Kind of business
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Individual                                               Individual                                              Individual
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            proprietor-    Partner-                                  proprietor-    Partner-                                 proprietor-     Partner-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Revenue          ships       ships                       Revenue          ships       ships                      Revenue          ships        ships
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Number          ($1,000)      (number)    (number)    Number             ($1,000)      (number)    (number)      Number          ($1,000)      (number)     (number)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        60               Depository institutions                                               105 122      532 163 006             423         237   104 505      532 056 958             372           176        617           106 048            51            61

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        602                Commercial banks                                                          **                **            **          **    62 761      318 076 750                –           8           **                **           **            **
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        603                Savings institutions                                                      **                **            **          **    20 544       92 322 214                –           –           **                **           **            **
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        606                Credit unions                                                             **                **            **          **    15 665       21 390 416                –           –           **                **           **            **

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        601, 8, 9          Other depository institutions                                             **                **            **          **     5 535      100 267 578             372           168          **                **           **            **

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        61               Nondepository credit institutions                                      57 249      136 199 177        12 857       1 848      39 439      135 386 946           1 362           550     17 810           812 231       11 495        1 298

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        614                Personal credit institutions                                              **                **            **          **    16 900       47 668 442             305           172          **                **           **            **

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        611, 5, 6          Other nondepository credit institutions                                   **                **            **          **    22   539     87   718   504       1 057           378          **                **           **            **
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        611                  Federal and federally-sponsored credit agencies                         **                **            **          **     1   349     28   091   998           –             –          **                **           **            **
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        615                  Business credit institutions                                            **                **            **          **     5   038     36   552   770         134            88          **                **           **            **
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        6153                   Short-term business credit institutions, except agricultural          **                **            **          **     2   370     17   101   595          57            56          **                **           **            **
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        6159                   Miscellaneous business credit institutions                            **                **            **          **     2   668     19   451   175          77            32          **                **           **            **
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        616                  Mortgage bankers and brokers                                            **                **            **          **    16   152     23   073   736         923           290          **                **           **            **
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        6162                   Mortgage bankers and loan correspondents                              **                **            **          **     9   995     19   855   672         343           138          **                **           **            **
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        6163                   Loan brokers                                                          **                **            **          **     6   157      3   218   064         580           152          **                **           **            **

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers, exchanges, and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          services                                                              77 781      110 795 141        45 492       4 765      31 177      108 861 913           3 756       3 662       46 604        1 933 228        41 736        1 103

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                                                                                                                                                                                        FIRE INDUSTRIES NONEMPLOYER STATISTICS SERIES




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            companies                                                           44 285       92 089 987        23 422       3 941      19 237       90 729 663           1 107       3 122       25 048        1 360 324        22 315            819
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                 38 893       89 274 954        19 452       3 823      17 787       88 171 416             908       3 065       21 106        1 103 538        18 544            758
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                             5 392        2 815 033         3 970         118       1 450        2 558 247             199          57        3 942          256 786         3 771             61

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied services                 33 496       18 705 154        22 070           824    11 940       18 132 250           2 649           540     21 556           572 904       19 421            284
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        623                  Security and commodity exchanges                                       **               **            **            **        35          993 466               –             –         **                **           **             **
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        628                  Services allied with the exchange of securities or commodities         **               **            **            **    11 905       17 138 784           2 649           540         **                **           **             **

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        63               Insurance carriers                                                     39 630      796 099 478             110          59    38 977      796 024 945               97           43        653            74 533            13            16

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        631                Life insurance                                                            **                **            **          **    13 424      378 401 736                –            –          **                **           **            **

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        632                Accident and health insurance and medical service plans                   **                **            **          **     2 846      148 259 458                –           2           **                **           **            **
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        6321                 Accident and health insurance                                           **                **            **          **     1 100       23 446 285                –           –           **                **           **            **
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        6324                 Hospital and medical service plans                                      **                **            **          **     1 746      124 813 173                –           2           **                **           **            **

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        633                Fire, marine, and casualty insurance                                      **                **            **          **    19 002      258 394 706                –           11          **                **           **            **
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        636                Title insurance                                                           **                **            **          **     1 532        4 883 558                –            –          **                **           **            **

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        635, 7, 9          Other insurance carriers                                                  **                **            **          **     2 173        6 085 487               97           30          **                **           **            **
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        635                  Surety insurance                                                        **                **            **          **       548        4 005 361                –            2          **                **           **            **
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        637                  Pension, health, and welfare funds                                      **                **            **          **     1 491        1 379 397               97           27          **                **           **            **
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        639                  Insurance carriers, n.e.c.                                              **                **            **          **       134          700 729                –            1          **                **           **            **

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               444 442       60 733 957      356 117        5 102     121 662       51 705 051          51 195       2 588      322 780        9 028 906       304 922        2 514

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             414 616       50 570 566      334 397        4 940     112 550       41 990 889          49 987       2 442      302 066        8 579 677       284 410        2 498
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                   29 826       10 163 391       21 720          162       9 112        9 714 162           1 208         146       20 714          449 229        20 512           16

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        65               Real estate                                                          1 545 669     229 293 914      690 068      530 061     229 493      141 673 252          39 456      44 623     1 316 176      87 620 662       650 612      485 438

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        651                Real estate operators (except developers) and lessors               684 903      134 627 206        36 641     488 840     102 887       74 069 548          19 782      38 169      582 016       60 557 658        16 859      450 671
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        6512, 3, 4,         Operators of nonresidential and residential buildings              672 745      133 125 940        30 937     487 301     100 078       73 013 071          19 350      37 674      572 667       60 112 869        11 587      449 627
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                     12 158        1 501 266         5 704       1 539       2 809        1 056 477             432           495      9 349           444 789        5 272        1 044

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract offices            792 931       75 546 127      638 294       18 041     111 268       56 084 366          18 531       5 367      681 663       19 461 761       619 763       12 674
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        653                 Real estate agents and managers                                    784 680       73 115 050      634 651       17 823     106 552       53 747 026          18 131       5 242      678 128       19 368 024       616 520       12 581
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        654                 Title abstract offices                                               8 251        2 431 077        3 643          218       4 716        2 337 340             400         125        3 535           93 737         3 243           93

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        655                Land subdividers and developers                                      67 835       19 120 581        15 133      23 180      15 338       11 519 338           1 143       1 087       52 497        7 601 243        13 990       22 093

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   See footnotes at end of table.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Table 1.        Summary Statistics for All Establishments and Establishments With and Without Payroll for the United States:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        1992 Con.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        [For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A]

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               All establishments                              Establishments with payroll                            Establishments without payroll

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Unincorporated                                       Unincorporated                                          Unincorporated
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                businesses                                           businesses                                              businesses
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         SIC code                                Kind of business
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Individual                                           Individual                                             Individual
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            proprietor-    Partner-                              proprietor-    Partner-                                proprietor-     Partner-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Revenue          ships       ships                   Revenue          ships       ships                     Revenue          ships        ships
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Number           ($1,000)      (number)    (number)    Number         ($1,000)      (number)    (number)     Number          ($1,000)      (number)     (number)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        67             Holding and other investment offices1                                   196 763       72 396 343        86 493      43 271     20 327     65 817 452          1 296       1 112      176 436       6 578 891        85 197       42 159

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        671              Holding offices                                                             **                **           **          **    10 381     43 634 118              67          224         **                **           **           **

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        672              Investment offices                                                          **                **           **          **       829      3 826 568              58           86         **                **           **           **
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        6722               Management investment offices, open-end                                   **                **           **          **       561      3 438 254              43           54         **                **           **           **
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        6726               Unit investment trusts, face-amount certificate offices, and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            closed-end management investment offices                                 **                **           **          **       268         388 314             15           32         **                **           **           **

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        673              Trusts                                                                      **                **           **          **      (NA)              (NA)         (NA)          (NA)        **                **           **           **

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        679              Miscellaneous investing                                                     **                **           **          **     9 117     18 356   766        1 171           802         **                **           **           **
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        6792               Oil royalty traders                                                       **                **           **          **       746        686   665          170            57         **                **           **           **
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        6794               Patent owners and lessors                                                 **                **           **          **     1 514      5 412   500           53            34         **                **           **           **
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        6798               Real estate investment trusts                                             **                **           **          **       655      2 507   512            –            44         **                **           **           **
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        6799               Investors, n.e.c.                                                         **                **           **          **     6 202      9 750   089          948           667         **                **           **           **

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                1Employer   establishments for SIC 673, Trusts, are not included.
                                                                                                                                                                                        SUMMARY 3
Table 2.         Revenue Size of Nonemployer Establishments for the United States: 1992
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A]

                      Kind of business and revenue size of            Establish-                                          Kind of business and revenue size of            Establish-
  SIC code                                                                ments          Revenue      SIC code                                                                ments         Revenue
                                  establishment                                                                                       establishment
                                                                       (number)          ($1,000)                                                                          (number)         ($1,000)

60             DEPOSITORY INSTITUTIONS                                                               62            SECURITY AND COMMODITY BROKERS,
                                                                                                                    DEALERS, EXCHANGES, AND
                        Establishments                                        617        106 048                    SERVICES Con.

               Establishments operated entire year                            560        104 937     623, 8        Security and Commodity Exchanges and
                 With annual revenue of
                   $250,000 or more                                           155         83   089                  Allied Services
                   $100,000 to $249,999                                        86         14   557
                   $50,000 to $99,999                                          53          3   774
                   $25,000 to $49,999                                          54          1   881
                   $10,000 to $24,999                                          72          1   127                          Establishments                                   21 556         572 904
                   $5,000 to $9,999                                            45              317
                   Less than $5,000                                            95              192                 Establishments operated entire year                       18 974         538 841
                                                                                                                     With annual revenue of
               Establishments not operated entire year                         57           1 111                      $250,000 or more                                           175        92   285
                                                                                                                       $100,000 to $249,999                                       271        40   887
                                                                                                                       $50,000 to $99,999                                     2   660       183   761
61             NONDEPOSITORY CREDIT                                                                                    $25,000 to $49,999                                     3   477       123   260
                INSTITUTIONS                                                                                           $10,000 to $24,999                                     4   301        68   729
                                                                                                                       $5,000 to $9,999                                       2   814        18   941
                                                                                                                       Less than $5,000                                       5   276        10   978
                        Establishments                                  17 810           812 231

               Establishments operated entire year                      14 893           761 606                   Establishments not operated entire year                    2 582          34 063
                 With annual revenue of
                   $250,000 or more                                           619        297   547
                   $100,000 to $249,999                                   1   272        193   597 63              INSURANCE CARRIERS
                   $50,000 to $99,999                                     1   730        121   077
                   $25,000 to $49,999                                     2   175         77   050                          Establishments                                        653        74 533
                   $10,000 to $24,999                                     3   072         48   800
                   $5,000 to $9,999                                       2   209         14   864
                   Less than $5,000                                       3   816          8   671                 Establishments operated entire year                            604        71 772
                                                                                                                     With annual revenue of
               Establishments not operated entire year                    2 917           50 625                       $250,000 or more                                            84        43   361
                                                                                                                       $100,000 to $249,999                                        95        15   209
                                                                                                                       $50,000 to $99,999                                         100         6   866
62             SECURITY AND COMMODITY BROKERS,                                                                         $25,000 to $49,999                                         121         4   309
                DEALERS, EXCHANGES, AND                                                                                $10,000 to $24,999                                          93         1   583
                                                                                                                       $5,000 to $9,999                                            47             322
                SERVICES                                                                                               Less than $5,000                                            64             122

                        Establishments                                  46 604         1 933 228                   Establishments not operated entire year                         49         2 761
               Establishments operated entire year                      40 972         1 827 484
                 With annual revenue of                                                              64            INSURANCE AGENTS, BROKERS, AND
                   $250,000 or more                                      1    167        645   410                  SERVICES
                   $100,000 to $249,999                                  2    240        342   366
                   $50,000 to $99,999                                    5    597        388   830
                   $25,000 to $49,999                                    7    054        250   863                          Establishments                                  322 780     9 028 906
                   $10,000 to $24,999                                    8    691        139   392
                   $5,000 to $9,999                                      5    706         38   550                 Establishments operated entire year                      292 447     8 658 546
                   Less than $5,000                                     10    517         22   073                   With annual revenue of
                                                                                                                       $250,000 or more                                       2   849   1   288   594
               Establishments not operated entire year                    5 632          105 744                       $100,000 to $249,999                                  13   248   1   902   418
                                                                                                                       $50,000 to $99,999                                    31   931   2   183   428
621, 2         Security and Commodity Brokers,                                                                         $25,000 to $49,999                                    50   128   1   762   841
                Dealers, and Flotation Companies                                                                       $10,000 to $24,999                                    65   349   1   050   366
                                                                                                                       $5,000 to $9,999                                      43   066       292   076
                        Establishments                                  25 048         1 360 324                       Less than $5,000                                      85   876       178   823

               Establishments operated entire year                      21 998         1 288 643                   Establishments not operated entire year                   30 333         370 360
                 With annual revenue of
                   $250,000 or more                                           992        553   125
                   $100,000 to $249,999                                   1   969        301   479
                   $50,000 to $99,999                                     2   937        205   069
                   $25,000 to $49,999                                     3   577        127   603   6411 pt.      Offices of Insurance Agents and Brokers
                   $10,000 to $24,999                                     4   390         70   663
                   $5,000 to $9,999                                       2   892         19   609
                   Less than $5,000                                       5   241         11   095
                                                                                                                            Establishments                                  302 066     8 579 677
               Establishments not operated entire year                    3 050           71 681
                                                                                                                   Establishments operated entire year                      275 848     8 252 226
621            Security brokers, dealers, and flotation                                                              With annual revenue of
                companies                                                                                              $250,000 or more                                       2   751   1   240   972
                                                                                                                       $100,000 to $249,999                                  12   677   1   819   400
                        Establishments                                  21 106         1 103 538                       $50,000 to $99,999                                    30   496   2   085   157
                                                                                                                       $25,000 to $49,999                                    47   655   1   676   184
               Establishments operated entire year                      18 591         1 043 347                       $10,000 to $24,999                                    61   529       990   479
                 With annual revenue of                                                                                $5,000 to $9,999                                      40   202       272   741
                   $250,000 or more                                           782        434   346                     Less than $5,000                                      80   538       167   293
                   $100,000 to $249,999                                   1   605        244   616
                   $50,000 to $99,999                                     2   450        171   101
                   $25,000 to $49,999                                     3   011        107   531                 Establishments not operated entire year                   26 218         327 451
                   $10,000 to $24,999                                     3   698         59   308
                   $5,000 to $9,999                                       2   478         16   766
                   Less than $5,000                                       4   567          9   679
                                                                                                     6411 pt.      Insurance Related Services, N.E.C.
               Establishments not operated entire year                    2 515           60 191

622            Commodity contracts brokers and dealers
                                                                                                                            Establishments                                   20 714         449 229
                        Establishments                                    3 942          256 786
                                                                                                                   Establishments operated entire year                       16 599         406 320
               Establishments operated entire year                        3 407          245 296                     With annual revenue of
                 With annual revenue of                                                                                $250,000 or more                                            98        47   622
                   $250,000 or more                                           210        118   779                     $100,000 to $249,999                                       571        83   018
                   $100,000 to $249,999                                       364         56   863                     $50,000 to $99,999                                     1   435        98   271
                   $50,000 to $99,999                                         487         33   968                     $25,000 to $49,999                                     2   473        86   657
                   $25,000 to $49,999                                         566         20   072                     $10,000 to $24,999                                     3   820        59   887
                   $10,000 to $24,999                                         692         11   355                     $5,000 to $9,999                                       2   864        19   335
                   $5,000 to $9,999                                           414          2   843                     Less than $5,000                                       5   338        11   530
                   Less than $5,000                                           674          1   416

               Establishments not operated entire year                        535         11 490                   Establishments not operated entire year                    4 115          42 909


4     SUMMARY                                                                                        FIRE INDUSTRIES NONEMPLOYER STATISTICS SERIES


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Table 2.         Revenue Size of Nonemployer Establishments for the United States: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A]

                      Kind of business and revenue size of            Establish-                                          Kind of business and revenue size of            Establish-
  SIC code                                                                ments            Revenue      SIC code                                                              ments          Revenue
                                  establishment                                                                                       establishment
                                                                       (number)            ($1,000)                                                                        (number)          ($1,000)

65             REAL ESTATE                                                                             65          REAL ESTATE Con.

                        Establishments                               1 316 176        87 620 662       653, 4      Real Estate Agents, Managers, and Title
                                                                                                                    Abstract Offices
               Establishments operated entire year                   1 236 657        85 673 524                            Establishments                                  681 663     19 461 761
                 With annual revenue of
                   $250,000 or more                                     84    825     41   377   139               Establishments operated entire year                      629 330     18 767 451
                   $100,000 to $249,999                                125    726     19   475   506                 With annual revenue of
                   $50,000 to $99,999                                  161    201     11   288   172                   $250,000 or more                                      7    231    3   264   234
                   $25,000 to $49,999                                  210    428      7   426   082                   $100,000 to $249,999                                 26    809    3   888   816
                   $10,000 to $24,999                                  279    834      4   494   097                   $50,000 to $99,999                                   60    945    4   156   960
                   $5,000 to $9,999                                    165    744      1   133   398                   $25,000 to $49,999                                  107    430    3   741   593
                   Less than $5,000                                    208    899          479   130                   $10,000 to $24,999                                  165    551    2   633   715
                                                                                                                       $5,000 to $9,999                                    107    585        731   768
                                                                                                                       Less than $5,000                                    153    779        350   365
               Establishments not operated entire year                  79 519         1 947 138
                                                                                                                   Establishments not operated entire year                   52 333          694 310
                                                                                                       653         Real estate agents and managers
651            Real Estate Operators (Except
                Developers) and Lessors                                                                                     Establishments                                  678 128     19 368 024
                                                                                                                   Establishments operated entire year                      626 471     18 680 396
                                                                                                                     With annual revenue of
                        Establishments                                 582 016        60 557 658                       $250,000 or more                                      7    189    3   245   136
                                                                                                                       $100,000 to $249,999                                 26    708    3   873   151
                                                                                                                       $50,000 to $99,999                                   60    710    4   141   033
               Establishments operated entire year                     557 746        59 590 920                       $25,000 to $49,999                                  106    862    3   721   890
                 With annual revenue of                                                                                $10,000 to $24,999                                  164    794    2   621   605
                   $250,000 or more                                     68    104     32   937   518                   $5,000 to $9,999                                    107    151        728   819
                   $100,000 to $249,999                                 90    782     14   277   407                   Less than $5,000                                    153    057        348   762
                   $50,000 to $99,999                                   93    959      6   678   927
                   $25,000 to $49,999                                   96    885      3   467   181               Establishments not operated entire year                   51 657          687 628
                   $10,000 to $24,999                                  107    144      1   745   167
                   $5,000 to $9,999                                     53    870          372   666   654         Title abstract offices
                   Less than $5,000                                     47    002          112   054                        Establishments                                    3 535           93 737

               Establishments not operated entire year                  24 270             966 738                 Establishments operated entire year                        2 859           87 055
                                                                                                                     With annual revenue of
                                                                                                                       $250,000 or more                                            42         19   098
                                                                                                                       $100,000 to $249,999                                       101         15   665
6512, 3, 4,    Operators of nonresidential and residential                                                             $50,000 to $99,999                                         235         15   927
 5              buildings                                                                                              $25,000 to $49,999                                         568         19   703
                                                                                                                       $10,000 to $24,999                                         757         12   110
                                                                                                                       $5,000 to $9,999                                           434          2   949
                                                                                                                       Less than $5,000                                           722          1   603
                        Establishments                                 572 667        60 112 869
                                                                                                                   Establishments not operated entire year                        676          6 682
               Establishments operated entire year                     549 090        59 160 412       655         Land Subdividers and Developers
                 With annual revenue of
                   $250,000 or more                                     67    804     32   787   286                        Establishments                                   52 497      7 601 243
                   $100,000 to $249,999                                 90    066     14   170   170               Establishments operated entire year                       49 581      7 315 153
                   $50,000 to $99,999                                   92    893      6   604   802                 With annual revenue of
                   $25,000 to $49,999                                   95    342      3   413   022                   $250,000 or more                                       9   490    5 175 387
                   $10,000 to $24,999                                  105    148      1   713   318                   $100,000 to $249,999                                   8   135    1 309 283
                   $5,000 to $9,999                                     52    540          363   613                   $50,000 to $99,999                                     6   297      452 285
                   Less than $5,000                                     45    297          108   201                   $25,000 to $49,999                                     6   113      217 308
                                                                                                                       $10,000 to $24,999                                     7   139      115 215
               Establishments not operated entire year                  23 577             952 457                     $5,000 to $9,999                                       4   289       28 964
                                                                                                                       Less than $5,000                                       8   118       16 711
                                                                                                                   Establishments not operated entire year                    2 916          286 090
6517, 9        Lessors of other real property
                                                                                                       67          HOLDING AND OTHER INVESTMENT
                                                                                                                    OFFICES
                        Establishments                                    9 349            444 789
                                                                                                                            Establishments                                  176 436      6 578 891
               Establishments operated entire year                        8 656            430 508
                 With annual revenue of                                                                            Establishments operated entire year                      163 214      6 338 661
                   $250,000 or more                                           300          150   232                 With annual revenue of
                   $100,000 to $249,999                                       716          107   237                   $250,000 or more                                       4   694    2 472 115
                   $50,000 to $99,999                                     1   066           74   125                   $100,000 to $249,999                                   9   024    1 363 774
                   $25,000 to $49,999                                     1   543           54   159                   $50,000 to $99,999                                    14   663    1 015 210
                   $10,000 to $24,999                                     1   996           31   849                   $25,000 to $49,999                                    20   650      725 877
                   $5,000 to $9,999                                       1   330            9   053                   $10,000 to $24,999                                    30   561      483 049
                   Less than $5,000                                       1   705            3   853                   $5,000 to $9,999                                      24   112      161 609
                                                                                                                       Less than $5,000                                      59   510      117 027
               Establishments not operated entire year                        693           14 281                 Establishments not operated entire year                   13 222          240 230




FIRE INDUSTRIES NONEMPLOYER STATISTICS SERIES                                                                                                                                SUMMARY 5


TIPS UPF [ESM_SB,D_NGUYEN] 9/ 19/ 95 11:15:41 EPCV22 TLP:CENSUS_TIPS_NEW.TLP;42 9/ 19/ 95 11:09:55 DATA:CENSUS_TIPS.DAT;6 9/ 19/ 95 11:09:55 UPF:BUS_DISK13:[BCEN92_FM.NEMP.D PAGE: 4
TSF:TIPS92-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:53 UTF:TIPS93-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:54 META:NEMP_TIPS96.DAT;10 9/ 19/ 95 11:14:15
Table 3.           Summary Statistics for All Establishments and Establishments With and Without
                   Payroll for States: 1992
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A]

                                                                                     All establishments                   Establishments with payroll              Establishments without payroll
  SIC code                     Kind of business or operation
                                                                                                          Revenue                                 Revenue                                    Revenue
                                                                                     Number               ($1,000)            Number              ($1,000)              Number               ($1,000)

                 ALABAMA

60               Depository institutions                                               1 578                   (D)              1 575           4 660 606                      3                    (D)
61               Nondepository credit institutions                                       911              879 612                 725             871 600                   186                 8 012
62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                459              249 277                 216             240 224                   243                 9 053
621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            249              221 260                 148             215 578                   101                 5 682
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  233              216 517                 144             211 460                    89                 5 057
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              16                4 743                   4               4 118                    12                   625
623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             210               28 017                   68              24 646                  142                 3 371
63               Insurance carriers                                                      897           8 340 322                  888           8 339 885                      9                    437
64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               5 802              654 044               1 562             555 733                 4 240                98 311
6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             5 427              538 630               1 446             444 913                 3 981                93 717
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    375              115 414                 116             110 820                   259                 4 594
65               Real estate                                                          15 780           1 894 705                2 411           1 006 020                13 369              888 685
651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            7 154           1 134 016                1 149             549 744                 6 005              584 272
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        6 998           1 125 464                1 125             544 452                 5 873              581 012
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      156               8 552                   24               5 292                   132                3 260

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                            7 535              563 864               1 051             378 272                 6 484              185 592
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                   7 434              548 151                 989             363 133                 6 445              185 018
654                  Title abstract offices                                              101               15 713                  62              15 139                    39                  574

655                Land subdividers and developers                                     1 091              196 825                 211               78 004                  880              118 821

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 1 520              414 477                 203             372 361                 1 317                42 116

                 ALASKA

60               Depository institutions                                                 203              569 081                 203             569 081                      –                      –

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                        56                   (D)                  35                    (D)                 21                1 026

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                 86               34 125                   25              32 369                    61                1 756

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                             52               32 232                   19              30 921                    33                1 311
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                   47                   (D)                  18                  (D)                   29                1 152
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                               5                   (D)                   1                  (D)                    4                  159

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                              34                1 893                    6                  1 448                 28                    445

63               Insurance carriers                                                       78                   (D)                  76            540 209                      2                    (D)

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                                 542               99 716                 203               87 258                  339                12 458

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                               490               84 195                 176               72 418                  314                11 777
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                     52               15 521                  27               14 840                   25                   681

65               Real estate                                                           3 582              556 267                 483             372 065                 3 099              184 202

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            1 625              351 827                 217             232 429                 1 408              119 398
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        1 584              346 584                 208             228 265                 1 376              118 319
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                       41                5 243                   9               4 164                    32                1 079

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                            1 711              155 215                 244             105 617                 1 467                49 598
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                   1 701              151 986                 237             102 391                 1 464                49 595
654                  Title abstract offices                                               10                3 229                   7               3 226                     3                     3

655                Land subdividers and developers                                       246               49 225                   22              34 019                  224                15 206

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                   338              125 333                   48            115 854                   290                 9 479

                 ARIZONA

60               Depository institutions                                               1 153           2 934 469                1 143           2 934 304                     10                    165

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                       819           2 170 077                  613           2 158 746                   206                11 331

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                              1 300              461 781                 431             434 288                   869                27 493

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            685              412 544                 238             394 602                   447                17 942
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  634              409 781                 234             393 672                   400                16 109
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              51                2 763                   4                 930                    47                 1 833

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             615               49 237                 193               39 686                  422                 9 551

63               Insurance carriers                                                      675           6 878 497                  652           6 874 518                     23                3 979

           See footnotes at end of table.


6     SUMMARY                                                                                     FIRE INDUSTRIES NONEMPLOYER STATISTICS SERIES


TIPS UPF [ESM_SB,D_NGUYEN] 9/ 19/ 95 11:15:41 EPCV22 TLP:CENSUS_TIPS_NEW.TLP;42 9/ 19/ 95 11:09:55 DATA:CENSUS_TIPS.DAT;6 9/ 19/ 95 11:09:55 UPF:BUS_DISK13:[BCEN92_FM.NEMP.D PAGE: 5
TSF:TIPS92-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:53 UTF:TIPS93-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:54 META:NEMP_TIPS96.DAT;10 9/ 19/ 95 11:14:15
Table 3.           Summary Statistics for All Establishments and Establishments With and Without
                   Payroll for States: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A]

                                                                                     All establishments                   Establishments with payroll              Establishments without payroll
  SIC code                     Kind of business or operation
                                                                                                          Revenue                                 Revenue                                    Revenue
                                                                                     Number               ($1,000)            Number              ($1,000)              Number               ($1,000)

                 ARIZONA Con.

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               6 972              898 761               1 874             759 577                 5 098              139 184
6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             6 505              720 273               1 736             588 541                 4 769              131 732
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    467              178 488                 138             171 036                   329                7 452
65               Real estate                                                          26 958           3 248 864                3 872           2 027 948                23 086            1 220 916
651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            9 066           1 445 363                1 570             762 979                 7 496              682 384
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        8 867           1 423 598                1 538             747 128                 7 329              676 470
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      199              21 765                   32              15 851                   167                5 914
653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                           16 897           1 420 038                2 071             979 085                14 826              440 953
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                  16 862           1 412 118                2 049             971 449                14 813              440 669
654                  Title abstract offices                                               35               7 920                   22               7 636                    13                  284
655                Land subdividers and developers                                       995              383 463                 231             285 884                   764                97 579
67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 3 788              769 841                 265             653 187                 3 523              116 654

                 ARKANSAS

60               Depository institutions                                               1 069                   (D)              1 067           2 399 707                      2                    (D)
61               Nondepository credit institutions                                       236              237 043                 129             231 291                   107                 5 752
62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                357              350 344                 177             342 863                   180                 7 481
621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            210              321 305                 128             315 935                     82                5 370
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  187              319 660                 123             315 274                     64                4 386
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              23                1 645                   5                 661                     18                  984
623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             147               29 039                   49              26 928                    98                2 111
63               Insurance carriers                                                      305           2 080 531                  295           2 079 742                     10                    789
64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               4 629              369 152               1 217             284 619                 3 412                84 533
6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             4 348              337 459               1 144             256 537                 3 204                80 922
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    281               31 693                  73              28 082                   208                 3 611
65               Real estate                                                           9 935              961 645               1 463             526 308                 8 472              435 337
651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            4 331              493 610                 622             217 414                 3 709              276 196
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        4 184              482 283                 597             212 448                 3 587              269 835
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      147               11 327                  25               4 966                   122                6 361
653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                            4 943              326 419                 707             219 305                 4 236              107 114
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                   4 821              299 005                 600             192 457                 4 221              106 548
654                  Title abstract offices                                              122               27 414                 107              26 848                    15                  566
655                Land subdividers and developers                                       661              141 616                 134               89 589                  527                52 027
67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 1 116              250 389                 140             219 858                   976                30 531

                 CALIFORNIA

60               Depository institutions                                              11 179         65 291 281                11 079          65 274 514                   100                16 767
61               Nondepository credit institutions                                    11 474         18 181 347                 6 867          17 952 868                 4 607              228 479
62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                             10 639           8 799 689                3 636           8 505 457                 7 003              294 232
621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                          5 654           6 416 675                1 888           6 208 979                 3 766              207 696
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                5 171           6 308 816                1 826           6 121 241                 3 345              187 575
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                             483             107 859                   62              87 738                   421               20 121
623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                           4 985           2 383 014                1 748           2 296 478                 3 237                86 536
63               Insurance carriers                                                    4 508         93 155 035                 4 462          93 149 763                     46                5 272

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                              46 079           7 533 215               12 116           6 429 837                33 963            1 103 378

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                            42 375           6 122 693               11 029           5 088 990                31 346            1 033 703
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                  3 704           1 410 522                1 087           1 340 847                 2 617               69 675

65               Real estate                                                        222 570          37 408 795                32 813          22 579 871              189 757            14 828 924

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                           83 897         22 189 196                15 443          12 129 033                68 454           10 060 163
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                       82 609         22 014 023                15 105          12 015 908                67 504            9 998 115
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                    1 288            175 173                   338             113 125                   950               62 048

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                         130 006          12 181 880                15 716           8 552 998              114 290             3 628 882
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                129 416          11 834 756                15 432           8 212 580              113 984             3 622 176
654                  Title abstract offices                                             590             347 124                   284             340 418                  306                 6 706

655                Land subdividers and developers                                     8 667           3 037 719                1 654           1 897 840                 7 013            1 139 879

           See footnotes at end of table.


FIRE INDUSTRIES NONEMPLOYER STATISTICS SERIES                                                                                                                                SUMMARY 7


TIPS UPF [ESM_SB,D_NGUYEN] 9/ 19/ 95 11:15:41 EPCV22 TLP:CENSUS_TIPS_NEW.TLP;42 9/ 19/ 95 11:09:55 DATA:CENSUS_TIPS.DAT;6 9/ 19/ 95 11:09:55 UPF:BUS_DISK13:[BCEN92_FM.NEMP.D PAGE: 6
TSF:TIPS92-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:53 UTF:TIPS93-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:54 META:NEMP_TIPS96.DAT;10 9/ 19/ 95 11:14:15
Table 3.           Summary Statistics for All Establishments and Establishments With and Without
                   Payroll for States: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A]

                                                                                     All establishments                   Establishments with payroll              Establishments without payroll
  SIC code                     Kind of business or operation
                                                                                                          Revenue                                 Revenue                                    Revenue
                                                                                     Number               ($1,000)            Number              ($1,000)              Number               ($1,000)

                 CALIFORNIA Con.

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                36 450           6 631 453                2 291           5 219 561                34 159            1 411 892


                 COLORADO

60               Depository institutions                                               1 153           3 748 318                1 125           3 746 365                     28                1 953

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                     1 098           2 087 656                  746           2 073 189                   352                14 467

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                              1 855           1 239 780                  693           1 202 819                 1 162                36 961

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                          1 013              805 401                 375             780 903                   638                24 498
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  951                   (D)                358                  (D)                  593                22 635
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              62                   (D)                 17                  (D)                   45                 1 863

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             842              434 379                 318             421 916                   524                12 463

63               Insurance carriers                                                      653           9 324 221                  638           9 323 393                     15                    828

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               7 601              785 626               2 227             645 720                 5 374              139 906

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             7 086              693 856               2 079             561 118                 5 007              132 738
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    515               91 770                 148              84 602                   367                7 168

65               Real estate                                                          30 230           3 739 514                4 707           2 243 807                25 523            1 495 707

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                           11 921           1 688 069                1 697             874 273                10 224              813 796
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                       11 645           1 663 075                1 638             857 219                10 007              805 856
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      276              24 994                   59              17 054                   217                7 940

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                           17 156           1 731 609                2 794           1 191 065                14 362              540 544
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                  17 070           1 705 677                2 733           1 166 495                14 337              539 182
654                  Title abstract offices                                               86              25 932                   61              24 570                    25                1 362

655                Land subdividers and developers                                     1 153              319 836                 216             178 469                   937              141 367

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 4 383           1 241 022                  373           1 106 941                 4 010              134 081


                 CONNECTICUT

60               Depository institutions                                               1 732                   (D)              1 726           6 913 547                      6                    (D)

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                       619           6 342 268                  403           6 331 369                   216                10 899

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                              1 478           2 140 108                  609           2 102 017                   869                38 091

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            690           1 541 661                  293           1 516 570                   397                25 091
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  636                  (D)                 275                  (D)                  361                23 618
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              54                  (D)                  18                  (D)                   36                 1 473

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             788              598 447                 316             585 447                   472                13 000

63               Insurance carriers                                                      613         27 620 135                   606          27 618 410                      7                1 725

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               5 667           1 167 735                1 561           1 029 128                 4 106              138 607

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             5 157              863 445               1 430             734 345                 3 727              129 100
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    510              304 290                 131             294 783                   379                9 507

65               Real estate                                                          27 025           4 141 247                2 933           2 349 290                24 092            1 791 957

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                           13 311           2 367 505                1 206           1 072 776                12 105            1 294 729
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                       13 199           2 353 310                1 185           1 063 567                12 014            1 289 743
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      112              14 195                   21               9 209                    91                4 986

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                           12 612           1 492 765                1 512           1 174 294                11 100              318 471
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                  12 485           1 486 786                1 487           1 170 747                10 998              316 039
654                  Title abstract offices                                              127               5 979                   25               3 547                   102                2 432

655                Land subdividers and developers                                     1 102              280 977                 215             102 220                   887              178 757

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 3 379           1 300 069                  366           1 153 882                 3 013              146 187

           See footnotes at end of table.


8     SUMMARY                                                                                     FIRE INDUSTRIES NONEMPLOYER STATISTICS SERIES


TIPS UPF [ESM_SB,D_NGUYEN] 9/ 19/ 95 11:15:41 EPCV22 TLP:CENSUS_TIPS_NEW.TLP;42 9/ 19/ 95 11:09:55 DATA:CENSUS_TIPS.DAT;6 9/ 19/ 95 11:09:55 UPF:BUS_DISK13:[BCEN92_FM.NEMP.D PAGE: 7
TSF:TIPS92-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:53 UTF:TIPS93-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:54 META:NEMP_TIPS96.DAT;10 9/ 19/ 95 11:14:15
Table 3.           Summary Statistics for All Establishments and Establishments With and Without
                   Payroll for States: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A]

                                                                                     All establishments                   Establishments with payroll              Establishments without payroll
  SIC code                     Kind of business or operation
                                                                                                          Revenue                                 Revenue                                    Revenue
                                                                                     Number               ($1,000)            Number              ($1,000)              Number               ($1,000)

                 DELAWARE

60               Depository institutions                                                 313                   (D)                312           9 713 942                      1                    (D)
61               Nondepository credit institutions                                       232              991 713                 183             987 449                     49                4 264
62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                225              175 341                 121             170 861                   104                 4 480
621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            103                   (D)                  55                  (D)                   48                2 445
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                   98                   (D)                  53                  (D)                   45                   (D)
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                               5                   (D)                   2                  (D)                    3                   (D)
623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             122                   (D)                  66                  (D)                   56                2 035
63               Insurance carriers                                                       99                   (D)                  97          1 568 329                      2                    (D)
64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                                 904              106 665                 301               89 369                  603                17 296
6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                               847               99 337                 280               82 812                  567                16 525
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                     57                7 328                  21                6 557                   36                   771
65               Real estate                                                           5 039              662 641                 643             374 969                 4 396              287 672
651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            2 449              423 829                 301             225 350                 2 148              198 479
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        2 399              414 615                 287             218 313                 2 112              196 302
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                       50                9 214                  14               7 037                    36                2 177

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                            2 323                   (D)                289                  (D)                2 034                52 104
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                   2 305              185 501                 285             133 712                 2 020                51 789
654                  Title abstract offices                                               18                   (D)                  4                  (D)                   14                   315

655                Land subdividers and developers                                       267                   (D)                  53                  (D)                 214                37 089

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 2 059           7 564 305                1 320           7 520 650                   739                43 655

                 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

60               Depository institutions                                                 436           1 686 348                  436           1 686 348                      –                     –

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                        82                   (D)                  55                  (D)                   27                2 311

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                263              560 532                 179             555 977                     84                4 555

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            122                   (D)                  95            295 406                     27                    (D)
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  118                   (D)                  93                 (D)                    25                    (D)
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                               4                   (D)                   2                 (D)                     2                    (D)

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             141                   (D)                  84            260 571                     57                    (D)

63               Insurance carriers                                                       81           2 062 957                    81          2 062 957                      –                     –

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                                 309              186 581                 132             181 631                   177                 4 950

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                               286              130 572                 116             125 694                   170                 4 878
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                     23               56 009                  16              55 937                     7                    72

65               Real estate                                                           4 771           1 726 444                1 219           1 378 217                 3 552              348 227

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            2 696           1 168 440                  641             887 869                 2 055              280 571
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        2 671           1 164 724                  635             884 720                 2 036              280 004
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                       25               3 716                    6               3 149                    19                  567

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                            1 908                   (D)                555             469 763                 1 353                    (D)
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                   1 894              516 054                 544             465 169                 1 350                50 885
654                  Title abstract offices                                               14                   (D)                 11               4 594                     3                    (D)

655                Land subdividers and developers                                       167                   (D)                  23              20 585                  144                     (D)

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                   714              550 756                   80            525 542                   634                25 214

                 FLORIDA

60               Depository institutions                                               5 501         21 465 922                 5 483          21 463 958                     18                1 964

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                     4 007           5 994 019                2 452           5 930 895                 1 555                63 124

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                              4 557           2 919 380                1 757           2 809 952                 2 800              109 428

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                          2 701           2 544 900                1 060           2 467 208                 1 641                77 692
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                2 480           2 493 113                1 019           2 428 071                 1 461                65 042
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                             221              51 787                   41              39 137                   180                12 650

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                           1 856              374 480                 697             342 744                 1 159                31 736

63               Insurance carriers                                                    2 488         28 789 305                 2 435          28 783 692                     53                5 613

           See footnotes at end of table.


FIRE INDUSTRIES NONEMPLOYER STATISTICS SERIES                                                                                                                                SUMMARY 9


TIPS UPF [ESM_SB,D_NGUYEN] 9/ 19/ 95 11:15:41 EPCV22 TLP:CENSUS_TIPS_NEW.TLP;42 9/ 19/ 95 11:09:55 DATA:CENSUS_TIPS.DAT;6 9/ 19/ 95 11:09:55 UPF:BUS_DISK13:[BCEN92_FM.NEMP.D PAGE: 8
TSF:TIPS92-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:53 UTF:TIPS93-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:54 META:NEMP_TIPS96.DAT;10 9/ 19/ 95 11:14:15
Table 3.           Summary Statistics for All Establishments and Establishments With and Without
                   Payroll for States: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A]

                                                                                     All establishments                   Establishments with payroll              Establishments without payroll
  SIC code                     Kind of business or operation
                                                                                                          Revenue                                 Revenue                                    Revenue
                                                                                     Number               ($1,000)            Number              ($1,000)              Number               ($1,000)

                 FLORIDA Con.

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                              28 372           3 680 667                7 567           3 131 905                20 805              548 762
6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                            26 327           2 929 650                6 943           2 416 083                19 384              513 567
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                  2 045             751 017                  624             715 822                 1 421               35 195
65               Real estate                                                        111 966          14 906 614                18 435           9 894 926                93 531            5 011 688
651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                           37 669           6 735 212                6 627           3 873 868                31 042            2 861 344
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                       36 758           6 640 444                6 412           3 811 198                30 346            2 829 246
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      911              94 768                  215              62 670                   696               32 098
653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                           69 411           6 284 383               10 705           4 628 221                58 706            1 656 162
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                  68 912           6 165 648               10 400           4 515 330                58 512            1 650 318
654                  Title abstract offices                                              499             118 735                  305             112 891                   194                5 844
655                Land subdividers and developers                                     4 886           1 887 019                1 103           1 392 837                 3 783              494 182
67               Holding and other investment offices1                                14 641           2 314 131                1 159           1 888 762                13 482              425 369

                 GEORGIA

60               Depository institutions                                               2 589         11 551 325                 2 576          11 549 443                     13                1 882
61               Nondepository credit institutions                                     2 538           4 908 302                1 863           4 879 898                   675                28 404
62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                              1 520           1 167 230                  682           1 131 322                   838                35 908
621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            832              930 180                 413             904 631                   419                25 549
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  789              916 410                 399             892 229                   390                24 181
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              43               13 770                  14              12 402                    29                 1 368
623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             688              237 050                 269             226 691                   419                10 359
63               Insurance carriers                                                    1 129         15 925 482                 1 115          15 924 259                     14                1 223
64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                              11 812           1 553 851                3 174           1 330 337                 8 638              223 514
6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                            11 003           1 251 707                2 909           1 040 436                 8 094              211 271
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    809             302 144                  265             289 901                   544               12 243
65               Real estate                                                          32 827           4 902 207                4 941           2 966 980                27 886            1 935 227
651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                           12 776           2 341 534                2 064           1 165 137                10 712            1 176 397
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                       12 502           2 322 053                2 005           1 154 255                10 497            1 167 798
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      274              19 481                   59              10 882                   215                8 599
653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                           17 803           1 913 780                2 427           1 413 377                15 376              500 403
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                  17 670           1 899 423                2 386           1 400 907                15 284              498 516
654                  Title abstract offices                                              133              14 357                   41              12 470                    92                1 887
655                Land subdividers and developers                                     2 248              646 893                 450             388 466                 1 798              258 427
67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 4 052           1 006 704                  487             871 701                 3 565              135 003

                 HAWAII

60               Depository institutions                                                 576                   (D)                575           2 502 575                      1                    (D)
61               Nondepository credit institutions                                       262              293 516                 219             292 294                     43                1 222
62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                192               94 926                   82              91 732                  110                 3 194
621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            101               81 353                   46              79 138                    55                2 215
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                   97                   (D)                  44                  (D)                   53                   (D)
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                               4                   (D)                   2                  (D)                    2                   (D)
623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                              91               13 573                   36              12 594                    55                    979
63               Insurance carriers                                                      139                   (D)                138           2 362 596                      1                    (D)

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               2 109              264 888                 375             215 809                 1 734                49 079

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             1 993              211 962                 336             165 398                 1 657                46 564
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    116               52 926                  39              50 411                    77                 2 515

65               Real estate                                                          10 675           2 274 794                2 452           1 842 026                 8 223              432 768

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            3 245              995 070                 729             752 689                 2 516              242 381
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        3 183              983 452                 705             742 332                 2 478              241 120
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                       62               11 618                  24              10 357                    38                1 261

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                            7 053                   (D)              1 604             759 680                 5 449                   (D)
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                   7 038              894 536               1 591             733 739                 5 447              160 797
654                  Title abstract offices                                               15                   (D)                 13              25 941                     2                   (D)

655                Land subdividers and developers                                       377                   (D)                119             329 657                   258                     (D)

           See footnotes at end of table.


10       SUMMARY                                                                                  FIRE INDUSTRIES NONEMPLOYER STATISTICS SERIES


TIPS UPF [ESM_SB,D_NGUYEN] 9/ 19/ 95 11:15:41 EPCV22 TLP:CENSUS_TIPS_NEW.TLP;42 9/ 19/ 95 11:09:55 DATA:CENSUS_TIPS.DAT;6 9/ 19/ 95 11:09:55 UPF:BUS_DISK13:[BCEN92_FM.NEMP.D PAGE: 9
TSF:TIPS92-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:53 UTF:TIPS93-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:54 META:NEMP_TIPS96.DAT;10 9/ 19/ 95 11:14:15
Table 3.           Summary Statistics for All Establishments and Establishments With and Without
                   Payroll for States: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A]

                                                                                     All establishments                   Establishments with payroll              Establishments without payroll
  SIC code                      Kind of business or operation
                                                                                                          Revenue                                 Revenue                                    Revenue
                                                                                     Number               ($1,000)            Number              ($1,000)              Number               ($1,000)

                 HAWAII        Con.

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 1 152              798 048                 114             773 542                 1 038                24 506


                 IDAHO

60               Depository institutions                                                 502                   (D)                500           1 065 517                      2                    (D)

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                       210              213 274                 153             210 838                    57                 2 436

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                323               56 103                 112               50 839                  211                 5 264

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            187               47 534                   84              44 606                  103                 2 928
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  170                   (D)                  80                  (D)                  90                 2 618
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              17                   (D)                   4                  (D)                  13                   310

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             136                8 569                   28                  6 233               108                 2 336

63               Insurance carriers                                                      166                   (D)                164           1 398 093                      2                    (D)

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               2 109              199 129                 570             155 783                 1 539                43 346

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             1 987              183 064                 534             141 530                 1 453                41 534
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    122               16 065                  36              14 253                    86                 1 812

65               Real estate                                                           6 894              623 934                 859             312 099                 6 035              311 835

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            2 720              272 350                 281               96 775                2 439              175 575
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        2 641              266 898                 272               94 813                2 369              172 085
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                       79                5 452                   9                1 962                   70                3 490

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                            3 742              270 046                 506             182 040                 3 236                88 006
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                   3 688              243 968                 463             156 002                 3 225                87 966
654                  Title abstract offices                                               54               26 078                  43              26 038                    11                    40

655                Land subdividers and developers                                       432               81 538                   72              33 284                  360                48 254

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                   683               55 578                   50              37 883                  633                17 695


                 ILLINOIS

60               Depository institutions                                               4 609         27 806 227                 4 515          27 788 250                    94                17 977

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                     2 353           8 724 915                1 464           8 692 375                   889                32 540

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                              6 632           7 627 694                2 322           7 358 780                 4 310              268 914

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                          4 723           6 194 271                1 677           5 963 838                 3 046              230 433
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                2 699           4 827 458                1 147           4 721 342                 1 552              106 116
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                           2 024           1 366 813                  530           1 242 496                 1 494              124 317

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                           1 909           1 433 423                  645           1 394 942                 1 264                38 481

63               Insurance carriers                                                    2 014         57 481 583                 1 989          57 479 567                    25                 2 016

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                              21 467           3 331 472                6 203           2 922 822                15 264              408 650

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                            20 224           2 735 038                5 792           2 340 484                14 432              394 554
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                  1 243             596 434                  411             582 338                   832               14 096

65               Real estate                                                          64 871         10 972 021                 9 765           7 163 705                55 106            3 808 316

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                           28 349           5 971 711                3 832           3 244 171                24 517            2 727 540
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                       28 007           5 926 792                3 733           3 213 184                24 274            2 713 608
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      342              44 919                   99              30 987                   243               13 932

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                           34 099           4 229 566                5 259           3 435 735                28 840              793 831
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                  33 765           4 107 044                5 027           3 315 513                28 738              791 531
654                  Title abstract offices                                              334             122 522                  232             120 222                   102                2 300

655                Land subdividers and developers                                     2 423              770 744                 674             483 799                 1 749              286 945

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 9 106           4 782 416                1 021           4 479 759                 8 085              302 657

           See footnotes at end of table.


FIRE INDUSTRIES NONEMPLOYER STATISTICS SERIES                                                                                                                              SUMMARY 11


TIPS UPF [ESM_SB,D_NGUYEN] 9/ 19/ 95 11:15:41 EPCV22 TLP:CENSUS_TIPS_NEW.TLP;42 9/ 19/ 95 11:09:55 DATA:CENSUS_TIPS.DAT;6 9/ 19/ 95 11:09:55 UPF:BUS_DISK13:[BCEN92_FM.NEMP.D PAGE: 10
TSF:TIPS92-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:53 UTF:TIPS93-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:54 META:NEMP_TIPS96.DAT;10 9/ 19/ 95 11:14:15
Table 3.           Summary Statistics for All Establishments and Establishments With and Without
                   Payroll for States: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A]

                                                                                     All establishments                   Establishments with payroll              Establishments without payroll
  SIC code                     Kind of business or operation
                                                                                                          Revenue                                 Revenue                                    Revenue
                                                                                     Number               ($1,000)            Number              ($1,000)              Number               ($1,000)

                 INDIANA

60               Depository institutions                                               2 607           7 910 492                2 601           7 910 384                      6                    108
61               Nondepository credit institutions                                       953           2 185 504                  715           2 174 996                   238                10 508
62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                              1 047              546 261                 440             526 234                   607                20 027
621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            594              449 225                 287             436 730                   307                12 495
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  525                   (D)                274                  (D)                  251                10 177
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              69                   (D)                 13                  (D)                   56                 2 318
623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             453               97 036                 153               89 504                  300                 7 532
63               Insurance carriers                                                      880         19 350 195                   863          19 348 663                    17                 1 532
64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                              10 413           1 224 185                2 857           1 031 779                 7 556              192 406
6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             9 928           1 013 805                2 684             826 745                 7 244              187 060
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    485             210 380                  173             205 034                   312                5 346
65               Real estate                                                          26 329           3 084 789                3 649           1 710 250                22 680            1 374 539
651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                           11 323           1 715 010                1 569             785 090                 9 754              929 920
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                       11 049           1 691 873                1 528             773 367                 9 521              918 506
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      274              23 137                   41              11 723                   233               11 414

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                           13 526           1 004 541                1 722             729 959                11 804              274 582
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                  13 315             944 563                1 560             671 667                11 755              272 896
654                  Title abstract offices                                              211              59 978                  162              58 292                    49                1 686

655                Land subdividers and developers                                     1 480              365 238                 358             195 201                 1 122              170 037

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 2 181              862 823                 272             806 030                 1 909                56 793

                 IOWA

60               Depository institutions                                               1 507           4 224 913                1 503           4 224 723                      4                    190

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                       359              886 942                 258             884 389                   101                 2 553

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                881              258 915                 380             242 249                   501                16 666

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            531              207 375                 274             199 038                   257                 8 337
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  415              180 925                 226             174 941                   189                 5 984
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                             116               26 450                  48              24 097                    68                 2 353

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             350               51 540                 106               43 211                  244                 8 329

63               Insurance carriers                                                      506           9 561 370                  499           9 560 638                      7                    732

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               7 371              641 895               2 032             516 969                 5 339              124 926

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             7 052              602 011               1 957             482 171                 5 095              119 840
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    319               39 884                  75              34 798                   244                5 086

65               Real estate                                                          13 560           1 318 604                2 000             787 402                11 560              531 202

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            7 209              800 676                 938             438 480                 6 271              362 196
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        7 025              792 351                 902             434 143                 6 123              358 208
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      184                8 325                  36               4 337                   148                3 988

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                            5 805              417 584                 863             295 509                 4 942              122 075
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                   5 661              384 480                 733             262 547                 4 928              121 933
654                  Title abstract offices                                              144               33 104                 130              32 962                    14                  142

655                Land subdividers and developers                                       546              100 344                 199               53 413                  347                46 931

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 1 518              365 279                 259             308 436                 1 259                56 843

                 KANSAS

60               Depository institutions                                               1 310                   (D)              1 307           5 705 841                      3                    (D)

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                       481           1 700 021                  327           1 697 291                   154                 2 730

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                976              405 431                 361             383 366                   615                22 065

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            561              313 036                 231             298 236                   330                14 800
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  472                   (D)                199                  (D)                  273                13 195
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              89                   (D)                 32                  (D)                   57                 1 605

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             415               92 395                 130               85 130                  285                 7 265

63               Insurance carriers                                                      466           9 325 938                  457           9 323 932                      9                2 006

           See footnotes at end of table.


12       SUMMARY                                                                                  FIRE INDUSTRIES NONEMPLOYER STATISTICS SERIES


TIPS UPF [ESM_SB,D_NGUYEN] 9/ 19/ 95 11:15:41 EPCV22 TLP:CENSUS_TIPS_NEW.TLP;42 9/ 19/ 95 11:09:55 DATA:CENSUS_TIPS.DAT;6 9/ 19/ 95 11:09:55 UPF:BUS_DISK13:[BCEN92_FM.NEMP.D PAGE: 11
TSF:TIPS92-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:53 UTF:TIPS93-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:54 META:NEMP_TIPS96.DAT;10 9/ 19/ 95 11:14:15
Table 3.           Summary Statistics for All Establishments and Establishments With and Without
                   Payroll for States: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A]

                                                                                     All establishments                   Establishments with payroll              Establishments without payroll
  SIC code                     Kind of business or operation
                                                                                                          Revenue                                 Revenue                                    Revenue
                                                                                     Number               ($1,000)            Number              ($1,000)              Number               ($1,000)

                 KANSAS Con.

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               6 462              617 607               1 797             501 953                 4 665              115 654
6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             6 024              518 693               1 683             409 131                 4 341              109 562
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    438               98 914                 114              92 822                   324                6 092
65               Real estate                                                          12 404           1 393 831                1 865             776 623                10 539              617 208
651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            5 752              766 924                 782             358 086                 4 970              408 838
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        5 625              760 540                 751             355 613                 4 874              404 927
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      127                6 384                  31               2 473                    96                3 911
653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                            6 060              480 684                 943             336 991                 5 117              143 693
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                   5 911              451 080                 814             307 810                 5 097              143 270
654                  Title abstract offices                                              149               29 604                 129              29 181                    20                  423
655                Land subdividers and developers                                       592              146 223                 140               81 546                  452                64 677
67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 1 838              670 989                 257             595 445                 1 581                75 544

                 KENTUCKY

60               Depository institutions                                               1 536           4 895 201                1 536           4 895 201                      –                    –
61               Nondepository credit institutions                                       670              866 756                 532             862 843                   138                 3 913
62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                501              277 198                 213             269 201                   288                 7 997
621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            282              245 001                 161             240 069                   121                 4 932
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  266              243 227                 156             238 539                   110                 4 688
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              16                1 774                   5               1 530                    11                   244
623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             219               32 197                   52              29 132                  167                 3 065
63               Insurance carriers                                                      530           7 514 569                  517           7 512 945                    13                 1 624
64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               5 794              656 771               1 648             555 212                 4 146              101 559
6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             5 471              530 041               1 548             433 236                 3 923                96 805
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    323              126 730                 100             121 976                   223                 4 754
65               Real estate                                                          15 846           1 476 713                2 054             742 543                13 792              734 170
651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            6 974              877 076               1 048             421 475                 5 926              455 601
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        6 801              845 394               1 010             393 708                 5 791              451 686
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      173               31 682                  38              27 767                   135                3 915
653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                            7 857              420 377                 801             254 506                 7 056              165 871
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                   7 803              413 110                 785             249 303                 7 018              163 807
654                  Title abstract offices                                               54                7 267                  16               5 203                    38                2 064
655                Land subdividers and developers                                     1 015              179 260                 205               66 562                  810              112 698
67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 1 249              655 235                 169             625 853                 1 080                29 382

                 LOUISIANA

60               Depository institutions                                               1 772           4 282 596                1 761           4 280 976                    11                 1 620
61               Nondepository credit institutions                                     1 324              814 968               1 069             798 163                   255                16 805
62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                640              281 054                 273             267 205                   367                13 849
621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            386              256 848                 200             246 396                   186                10 452
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  365              254 856                 196             245 653                   169                 9 203
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              21                1 992                   4                 743                    17                 1 249
623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             254               24 206                   73              20 809                  181                 3 397
63               Insurance carriers                                                      782           6 882 788                  765           6 880 920                    17                 1 868

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               8 151              916 661               2 183             760 091                 5 968              156 570

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             7 621              792 889               1 997             644 955                 5 624              147 934
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    530              123 772                 186             115 136                   344                8 636

65               Real estate                                                          16 535           1 778 725                2 457           1 029 027                14 078              749 698

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            8 207           1 093 501                1 314             564 093                 6 893              529 408
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        7 886           1 051 683                1 226             530 871                 6 660              520 812
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      321              41 818                   88              33 222                   233                8 596

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                            7 641              513 115                 973             351 087                 6 668              162 028
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                   7 485              489 435                 908             329 187                 6 577              160 248
654                  Title abstract offices                                              156               23 680                  65              21 900                    91                1 780

655                Land subdividers and developers                                       687              172 109                 170             113 847                   517                58 262

           See footnotes at end of table.


FIRE INDUSTRIES NONEMPLOYER STATISTICS SERIES                                                                                                                              SUMMARY 13


TIPS UPF [ESM_SB,D_NGUYEN] 9/ 19/ 95 11:15:41 EPCV22 TLP:CENSUS_TIPS_NEW.TLP;42 9/ 19/ 95 11:09:55 DATA:CENSUS_TIPS.DAT;6 9/ 19/ 95 11:09:55 UPF:BUS_DISK13:[BCEN92_FM.NEMP.D PAGE: 12
TSF:TIPS92-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:53 UTF:TIPS93-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:54 META:NEMP_TIPS96.DAT;10 9/ 19/ 95 11:14:15
Table 3.           Summary Statistics for All Establishments and Establishments With and Without
                   Payroll for States: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A]

                                                                                     All establishments                   Establishments with payroll              Establishments without payroll
  SIC code                     Kind of business or operation
                                                                                                          Revenue                                 Revenue                                    Revenue
                                                                                     Number               ($1,000)            Number              ($1,000)              Number               ($1,000)

                 LOUISIANA Con.

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 1 991              814 112                 257             751 922                 1 734                62 190


                 MAINE

60               Depository institutions                                                 647                   (D)                646           1 536 520                      1                    (D)

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                        72               98 509                   44              97 719                   28                     790

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                233               77 467                   85              74 019                  148                 3 448

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            105               60 330                   49              58 704                   56                 1 626
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  102               60 314                   49              58 704                   53                 1 610
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                               3                   16                    –                   –                    3                    16

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             128               17 137                   36              15 315                   92                 1 822

63               Insurance carriers                                                      168                   (D)                165           2 596 455                      3                    (D)

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               1 634              234 968                 519             208 723                 1 115                26 245

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             1 470              198 584                 462             174 391                 1 008                24 193
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    164               36 384                  57              34 332                   107                 2 052

65               Real estate                                                           7 132              656 796               1 009             308 055                 6 123              348 741

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            3 051              369 722                 349             133 181                 2 702              236 541
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        2 979              366 442                 338             131 765                 2 641              234 677
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                       72                3 280                  11               1 416                    61                1 864

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                            3 607              237 491                 571             161 635                 3 036                75 856
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                   3 563              231 071                 557             155 746                 3 006                75 325
654                  Title abstract offices                                               44                6 420                  14               5 889                    30                   531

655                Land subdividers and developers                                       474               49 583                   89              13 239                  385                36 344

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                   595               64 726                   60              49 379                  535                15 347


                 MARYLAND

60               Depository institutions                                               2 200           8 148 863                2 192           8 148 488                      8                    375

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                     1 172           3 004 225                  811           2 988 692                   361                15 533

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                              1 140              901 285                 434             876 476                   706                24 809

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            512              672 964                 195             657 245                   317                15 719
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  480                   (D)                194                  (D)                  286                14 109
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              32                   (D)                  1                  (D)                   31                 1 610

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             628              228 321                 239             219 231                   389                 9 090

63               Insurance carriers                                                      771         15 318 122                   764          15 317 466                      7                    656

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               7 533           1 155 909                1 994             997 686                 5 539              158 223

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             7 007              944 983               1 833             793 717                 5 174              151 266
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    526              210 926                 161             203 969                   365                6 957

65               Real estate                                                          36 145           5 869 319                4 307           3 502 834                31 838            2 366 485

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                           15 727           3 485 375                1 573           1 801 168                14 154            1 684 207
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                       15 570           3 460 719                1 540           1 782 863                14 030            1 677 856
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      157              24 656                   33              18 305                   124                6 351

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                           18 894           1 863 450                2 418           1 412 698                16 476              450 752
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                  18 531           1 774 747                2 220           1 330 100                16 311              444 647
654                  Title abstract offices                                              363              88 703                  198              82 598                   165                6 105

655                Land subdividers and developers                                     1 524              520 494                 316             288 968                 1 208              231 526

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 4 232           1 405 569                  301           1 268 761                 3 931              136 808

           See footnotes at end of table.


14       SUMMARY                                                                                  FIRE INDUSTRIES NONEMPLOYER STATISTICS SERIES


TIPS UPF [ESM_SB,D_NGUYEN] 9/ 19/ 95 11:15:41 EPCV22 TLP:CENSUS_TIPS_NEW.TLP;42 9/ 19/ 95 11:09:55 DATA:CENSUS_TIPS.DAT;6 9/ 19/ 95 11:09:55 UPF:BUS_DISK13:[BCEN92_FM.NEMP.D PAGE: 13
TSF:TIPS92-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:53 UTF:TIPS93-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:54 META:NEMP_TIPS96.DAT;10 9/ 19/ 95 11:14:15
Table 3.           Summary Statistics for All Establishments and Establishments With and Without
                   Payroll for States: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A]

                                                                                     All establishments                   Establishments with payroll              Establishments without payroll
  SIC code                     Kind of business or operation
                                                                                                          Revenue                                 Revenue                                    Revenue
                                                                                     Number               ($1,000)            Number              ($1,000)              Number               ($1,000)

                 MASSACHUSETTS

60               Depository institutions                                               2 666                   (D)              2 657          18 504 877                      9                    (D)
61               Nondepository credit institutions                                       984           1 882 769                  590           1 867 383                   394                15 386
62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                              1 865           4 058 258                  825           4 014 754                 1 040                43 504
621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            797           2 473 679                  326           2 446 703                   471                26 976
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  766                  (D)                 321                  (D)                  445                25 728
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              31                  (D)                   5                  (D)                   26                 1 248
623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                           1 068           1 584 579                  499           1 568 051                   569                16 528
63               Insurance carriers                                                      622         34 849 823                   613          34 847 486                      9                2 337
64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               8 794           1 950 847                2 886           1 751 271                 5 908              199 576
6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             7 881           1 705 295                2 636           1 521 125                 5 245              184 170
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    913             245 552                  250             230 146                   663               15 406
65               Real estate                                                          36 326           6 008 355                4 600           3 382 625                31 726            2 625 730
651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                           15 427           3 520 898                1 846           1 658 280                13 581            1 862 618
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                       15 253           3 499 703                1 811           1 647 294                13 442            1 852 409
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      174              21 195                   35              10 986                   139               10 209

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                           19 363           2 087 530                2 439           1 550 865                16 924              536 665
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                  19 102           2 064 276                2 390           1 532 998                16 712              531 278
654                  Title abstract offices                                              261              23 254                   49              17 867                   212                5 387

655                Land subdividers and developers                                     1 536              399 927                 315             173 480                 1 221              226 447

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 5 230           3 078 395                  520           2 874 679                 4 710              203 716

                 MICHIGAN

60               Depository institutions                                               3 948         13 183 536                 3 944          13 183 477                      4                    59

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                     1 035           8 450 262                  684           8 434 250                   351                16 012

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                              2 050              910 309                 728             867 948                 1 322                42 361

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            999              763 242                 426             738 079                   573                25 163
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  955              760 282                 421             736 133                   534                24 149
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              44                2 960                   5               1 946                    39                 1 014

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                           1 051              147 067                 302             129 869                   749                17 198

63               Insurance carriers                                                    1 182         29 445 497                 1 161          29 442 844                    21                 2 653

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                              14 252           1 953 255                3 987           1 662 050                10 265              291 205

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                            13 431           1 569 878                3 742           1 289 506                 9 689              280 372
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    821             383 377                  245             372 544                   576               10 833

65               Real estate                                                          48 959           6 191 518                5 825           3 311 609                43 134            2 879 909

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                           22 917           3 987 172                2 487           1 878 805                20 430            2 108 367
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                       22 620           3 961 772                2 454           1 868 574                20 166            2 093 198
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      297              25 400                   33              10 231                   264               15 169

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                           24 214           1 756 340                2 999           1 231 235                21 215              525 105
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                  24 068           1 700 771                2 896           1 176 671                21 172              524 100
654                  Title abstract offices                                              146              55 569                  103              54 564                    43                1 005

655                Land subdividers and developers                                     1 828              448 006                 339             201 569                 1 489              246 437

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 5 117           1 181 083                  467           1 048 749                 4 650              132 334

                 MINNESOTA

60               Depository institutions                                               1 690           6 687 560                1 684           6 685 614                      6                1 946

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                       792           2 851 349                  564           2 842 591                   228                 8 758

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                              1 930           1 657 172                  675           1 616 104                 1 255                41 068

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            993           1 332 602                  364           1 306 225                   629                26 377
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  905           1 316 060                  332           1 291 530                   573                24 530
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              88              16 542                   32              14 695                    56                 1 847

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             937              324 570                 311             309 879                   626                14 691

63               Insurance carriers                                                      712         19 239 161                   697          19 236 758                    15                 2 403

           See footnotes at end of table.


FIRE INDUSTRIES NONEMPLOYER STATISTICS SERIES                                                                                                                              SUMMARY 15


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TSF:TIPS92-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:53 UTF:TIPS93-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:54 META:NEMP_TIPS96.DAT;10 9/ 19/ 95 11:14:15
Table 3.           Summary Statistics for All Establishments and Establishments With and Without
                   Payroll for States: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A]

                                                                                     All establishments                   Establishments with payroll              Establishments without payroll
  SIC code                     Kind of business or operation
                                                                                                          Revenue                                 Revenue                                    Revenue
                                                                                     Number               ($1,000)            Number              ($1,000)              Number               ($1,000)

                 MINNESOTA Con.

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               9 997           1 308 559                2 861           1 114 047                 7 136              194 512
6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             9 385           1 083 885                2 685             896 521                 6 700              187 364
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    612             224 674                  176             217 526                   436                7 148
65               Real estate                                                          26 593           3 744 220                3 749           2 078 695                22 844            1 665 525
651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                           13 096           2 295 461                1 684           1 062 930                11 412            1 232 531
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                       12 900           2 277 533                1 639           1 050 375                11 261            1 227 158
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      196              17 928                   45              12 555                   151                5 373
653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                           12 418           1 218 963                1 786             892 779                10 632              326 184
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                  12 217           1 105 451                1 624             779 789                10 593              325 662
654                  Title abstract offices                                              201             113 512                  162             112 990                    39                  522
655                Land subdividers and developers                                     1 079              229 796                 279             122 986                   800              106 810
67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 3 243           1 025 635                  380             909 035                 2 863              116 600

                 MISSISSIPPI

60               Depository institutions                                               1 167           2 308 767                1 161           2 308 353                      6                    414
61               Nondepository credit institutions                                       753              511 196                 640             503 274                   113                 7 922
62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                318               94 632                 144               89 088                  174                 5 544
621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            194               82 091                   91              78 084                  103                 4 007
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  183                   (D)                  86                  (D)                  97                 3 968
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              11                   (D)                   5                  (D)                   6                    39
623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             124               12 541                   53              11 004                   71                 1 537
63               Insurance carriers                                                      350           3 133 738                  336           3 132 327                    14                 1 411
64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               4 964              369 238               1 130             273 190                 3 834                96 048
6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             4 654              332 060               1 047             241 489                 3 607                90 571
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    310               37 178                  83              31 701                   227                 5 477
65               Real estate                                                           7 778              710 838               1 591             387 557                 6 187              323 281
651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            4 177              459 725               1 031             246 281                 3 146              213 444
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        4 019              444 194                 989             237 549                 3 030              206 645
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      158               15 531                  42               8 732                   116                6 799
653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                            3 138              169 827                 466             102 189                 2 672                67 638
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                   3 096              168 259                 460             101 373                 2 636                66 886
654                  Title abstract offices                                               42                1 568                   6                 816                    36                   752
655                Land subdividers and developers                                       463               81 286                   94              39 087                  369                42 199
67               Holding and other investment offices1                                   997              171 793                 147             146 182                   850                25 611

                 MISSOURI

60               Depository institutions                                               2 119           8 528 313                2 113           8 526 842                      6                1 471
61               Nondepository credit institutions                                       859           2 050 883                  601           2 038 673                   258                12 210
62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                              1 403           1 232 518                  575           1 208 551                   828                23 967
621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            792              823 749                 379             808 775                   413                14 974
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  717                   (D)                354                  (D)                  363                13 519
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              75                   (D)                 25                  (D)                   50                 1 455
623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             611              408 769                 196             399 776                   415                 8 993
63               Insurance carriers                                                      883         13 429 030                   865          13 426 312                    18                 2 718

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                              11 166           1 209 222                3 184           1 013 169                 7 982              196 053

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                            10 570           1 038 107                2 991             849 946                 7 579              188 161
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    596             171 115                  193             163 223                   403                7 892

65               Real estate                                                          27 897           3 396 329                4 048           2 005 829                23 849            1 390 500

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                           12 022           2 024 635                1 825           1 054 022                10 197              970 613
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                       11 791           2 005 228                1 762           1 042 523                10 029              962 705
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      231              19 407                   63              11 499                   168                7 908

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                           14 446           1 031 663                1 873             751 860                12 573              279 803
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                  14 252             980 375                1 695             701 679                12 557              278 696
654                  Title abstract offices                                              194              51 288                  178              50 181                    16                1 107

655                Land subdividers and developers                                     1 429              340 031                 350             199 947                 1 079              140 084

           See footnotes at end of table.


16       SUMMARY                                                                                  FIRE INDUSTRIES NONEMPLOYER STATISTICS SERIES


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TSF:TIPS92-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:53 UTF:TIPS93-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:54 META:NEMP_TIPS96.DAT;10 9/ 19/ 95 11:14:15
Table 3.           Summary Statistics for All Establishments and Establishments With and Without
                   Payroll for States: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A]

                                                                                     All establishments                   Establishments with payroll              Establishments without payroll
  SIC code                     Kind of business or operation
                                                                                                          Revenue                                 Revenue                                    Revenue
                                                                                     Number               ($1,000)            Number              ($1,000)              Number               ($1,000)

                 MISSOURI       Con.

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 2 940           1 793 998                  437           1 709 652                 2 503                84 346


                 MONTANA

60               Depository institutions                                                 376                   (D)                375             885 276                      1                    (D)

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                       108              107 096                   71            105 929                    37                 1 167

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                332               73 039                 112               65 666                  220                 7 373

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            196               66 147                   89              61 266                  107                 4 881
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  183                   (D)                  81                  (D)                 102                 4 583
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              13                   (D)                   8                  (D)                   5                   298

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             136                6 892                   23                  4 400               113                 2 492

63               Insurance carriers                                                      122              773 490                 119             773 422                      3                     68

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               2 089              185 320                 621             150 109                 1 468                35 211

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             1 930              170 730                 578             137 048                 1 352                33 682
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    159               14 590                  43              13 061                   116                 1 529

65               Real estate                                                           5 260              401 873                 806             208 704                 4 454              193 169

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            2 388              193 196                 366               85 663                2 022              107 533
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        2 282              189 310                 349               84 371                1 933              104 939
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      106                3 886                  17                1 292                   89                2 594

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                            2 580              164 571                 380             100 293                 2 200                64 278
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                   2 543              153 357                 352              89 438                 2 191                63 919
654                  Title abstract offices                                               37               11 214                  28              10 855                     9                   359

655                Land subdividers and developers                                       292               44 106                   60              22 748                  232                21 358

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                   556               81 037                   54              66 337                  502                14 700


                 NEBRASKA

60               Depository institutions                                                 951                   (D)                948           2 931 860                      3                    (D)

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                       241              544 247                 168             542 075                    73                 2 172

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                599              200 526                 249             191 094                   350                 9 432

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            359              179 616                 178             174 071                   181                 5 545
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  314              173 633                 161             169 079                   153                 4 554
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              45                5 983                  17               4 992                    28                   991

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             240               20 910                   71              17 023                  169                 3 887

63               Insurance carriers                                                      297           8 524 859                  293           8 524 394                      4                    465

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               4 969              419 821               1 369             334 817                 3 600                85 004

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             4 684              384 732               1 302             303 301                 3 382                81 431
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    285               35 089                  67              31 516                   218                 3 573

65               Real estate                                                           8 070              817 292               1 135             423 101                 6 935              394 191

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            4 445              501 868                 540             207 022                 3 905              294 846
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        4 318              474 626                 517             185 928                 3 801              288 698
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      127               27 242                  23              21 094                   104                6 148

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                            3 342              269 510                 507             193 277                 2 835                76 233
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                   3 270              260 767                 453             184 746                 2 817                76 021
654                  Title abstract offices                                               72                8 743                  54               8 531                    18                   212

655                Land subdividers and developers                                       283               45 914                   88              22 802                  195                23 112

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 1 105              313 092                 159             259 662                   946                53 430

           See footnotes at end of table.


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Table 3.           Summary Statistics for All Establishments and Establishments With and Without
                   Payroll for States: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A]

                                                                                     All establishments                   Establishments with payroll              Establishments without payroll
  SIC code                     Kind of business or operation
                                                                                                          Revenue                                 Revenue                                    Revenue
                                                                                     Number               ($1,000)            Number              ($1,000)              Number               ($1,000)

                 NEVADA

60               Depository institutions                                                 522                   (D)                521           2 544 818                      1                    (D)
61               Nondepository credit institutions                                       424              491 934                 279             482 410                   145                 9 524
62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                378              135 397                 132             120 747                   246                14 650
621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            188              112 937                   61            100 262                   127                12 675
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  175                   (D)                  59                 (D)                  116                11 960
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              13                   (D)                   2                 (D)                   11                   715
623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             190               22 460                   71              20 485                  119                 1 975
63               Insurance carriers                                                      207           1 277 586                  199           1 276 431                      8                1 155
64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               2 057              229 666                 627             188 776                 1 430                40 890
6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             1 918              193 822                 562             154 414                 1 356                39 408
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    139               35 844                  65              34 362                    74                 1 482
65               Real estate                                                          10 613           1 655 780                1 728           1 126 904                 8 885              528 876
651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            3 494              835 514                 795             544 390                 2 699              291 124
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        3 403              825 686                 777             539 650                 2 626              286 036
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                       91                9 828                  18               4 740                    73                5 088

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                            6 553              545 731                 809             373 232                 5 744              172 499
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                   6 518              513 624                 784             341 216                 5 734              172 408
654                  Title abstract offices                                               35               32 107                  25              32 016                    10                   91

655                Land subdividers and developers                                       566              274 535                 124             209 282                   442                65 253

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 1 674              438 964                 192             367 790                 1 482                71 174

                 NEW HAMPSHIRE

60               Depository institutions                                                 501           2 085 701                  501           2 085 701                      –                     –

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                       189              232 358                 122             230 071                    67                 2 287

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                310              102 029                 128               96 955                  182                 5 074

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            135               71 100                   62              68 433                   73                 2 667
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  129                   (D)                  61                  (D)                  68                    (D)
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                               6                   (D)                   1                  (D)                   5                    (D)

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             175               30 929                   66              28 522                  109                 2 407

63               Insurance carriers                                                      191                   (D)                190           2 934 069                      1                    (D)

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               1 765              232 479                 497             198 193                 1 268                34 286

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             1 550              190 210                 439             159 735                 1 111                30 475
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    215               42 269                  58              38 458                   157                 3 811

65               Real estate                                                           8 004              870 839               1 065             444 932                 6 939              425 907

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            3 199              432 267                 380             173 457                 2 819              258 810
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        3 125              423 609                 365             169 900                 2 760              253 709
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                       74                8 658                  15               3 557                    59                5 101

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                            4 300              309 762                 601             205 040                 3 699              104 722
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                   4 243              298 540                 581             194 677                 3 662              103 863
654                  Title abstract offices                                               57               11 222                  20              10 363                    37                  859

655                Land subdividers and developers                                       505              128 810                   84              66 435                  421                62 375

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                   882              241 357                   68            213 198                   814                28 159

                 NEW JERSEY

60               Depository institutions                                               3 666                   (D)              3 658          12 752 330                      8                    (D)

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                     1 616           3 973 713                  940           3 944 640                   676                29 073

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                              3 177           4 853 293                1 139           4 733 478                 2 038              119 815

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                          1 917           3 535 709                  726           3 437 539                 1 191                98 170
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                1 652           3 469 481                  683           3 387 041                   969                82 440
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                             265              66 228                   43              50 498                   222                15 730

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                           1 260           1 317 584                  413           1 295 939                   847                21 645

63               Insurance carriers                                                    1 051         35 936 593                 1 036          35 935 158                    15                 1 435

           See footnotes at end of table.


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Table 3.           Summary Statistics for All Establishments and Establishments With and Without
                   Payroll for States: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A]

                                                                                     All establishments                   Establishments with payroll              Establishments without payroll
  SIC code                     Kind of business or operation
                                                                                                          Revenue                                 Revenue                                    Revenue
                                                                                     Number               ($1,000)            Number              ($1,000)              Number               ($1,000)

                 NEW JERSEY Con.

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                              13 462           2 449 346                3 225           2 117 047                10 237              332 299
6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                            12 334           2 045 764                2 891           1 732 411                 9 443              313 353
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                  1 128             403 582                  334             384 636                   794               18 946
65               Real estate                                                          65 431           9 419 261                7 422           5 354 559                58 009            4 064 702
651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                           35 428           6 234 814                3 535           3 033 061                31 893            3 201 753
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                       35 157           6 167 861                3 445           2 977 152                31 712            3 190 709
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      271              66 953                   90              55 909                   181               11 044
653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                           28 434           2 564 845                3 471           1 906 335                24 963              658 510
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                  28 060           2 491 650                3 325           1 839 918                24 735              651 732
654                  Title abstract offices                                              374              73 195                  146              66 417                   228                6 778
655                Land subdividers and developers                                     1 569              619 602                 416             415 163                 1 153              204 439
67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 7 034           2 537 355                  516           2 282 064                 6 518              255 291

                 NEW MEXICO

60               Depository institutions                                                 561                   (D)                555           1 369 120                      6                    (D)
61               Nondepository credit institutions                                       301              314 930                 232             311 710                    69                 3 220
62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                272              106 894                 113             103 286                   159                 3 608
621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            159               81 803                   79              79 839                   80                 1 964
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  147                   (D)                  76                  (D)                  71                 1 763
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              12                   (D)                   3                  (D)                   9                   201
623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             113               25 091                   34              23 447                   79                 1 644
63               Insurance carriers                                                      193           1 113 576                  189           1 112 960                      4                    616
64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               2 358              249 678                 764             213 886                 1 594                35 792
6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             2 192              224 212                 701             191 000                 1 491                33 212
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    166               25 466                  63              22 886                   103                 2 580
65               Real estate                                                           8 276              902 071               1 348             545 822                 6 928              356 249
651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            3 492              452 817                 613             242 253                 2 879              210 564
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        3 397              441 265                 590             232 921                 2 807              208 344
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                       95               11 552                  23               9 332                    72                2 220
653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                            4 265              317 566                 650             216 515                 3 615              101 051
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                   4 215              299 854                 606             198 904                 3 609              100 950
654                  Title abstract offices                                               50               17 712                  44              17 611                     6                  101
655                Land subdividers and developers                                       519              131 688                   85              87 054                  434                44 634
67               Holding and other investment offices1                                   983              123 416                   97              97 994                  886                25 422

                 NEW YORK

60               Depository institutions                                               6 807        136 543 948                 6 768         136 533 773                    39                10 175
61               Nondepository credit institutions                                     2 617           8 791 733                1 734           8 743 850                   883                47 883
62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                              9 313         56 267 660                 4 911          56 031 362                 4 402              236 298
621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                          5 996         51 090 336                 3 441          50 920 536                 2 555              169 800
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                5 302         50 532 078                 3 132          50 387 338                 2 170              144 740
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                             694            558 258                   309             533 198                   385               25 060
623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                           3 317           5 177 324                1 470           5 110 826                 1 847                66 498
63               Insurance carriers                                                    2 446        104 660 313                 2 409         104 652 472                    37                 7 841

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                              24 064           5 678 615                7 000           5 099 991                17 064              578 624

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                            22 311           4 640 083                6 381           4 085 223                15 930              554 860
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                  1 753           1 038 532                  619           1 014 768                 1 134               23 764

65               Real estate                                                        128 592          31 802 747                27 306          23 647 660              101 286             8 155 087

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                           75 821         22 880 663                15 762          16 154 318                60 059            6 726 345
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                       74 986         22 696 690                15 406          15 995 829                59 580            6 700 861
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      835            183 973                   356             158 489                   479               25 484

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                           49 943           8 188 487               10 542           7 022 159                39 401            1 166 328
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                  49 039           7 965 073               10 157           6 814 810                38 882            1 150 263
654                  Title abstract offices                                              904             223 414                  385             207 349                   519               16 065

655                Land subdividers and developers                                     2 828              733 597               1 002             471 183                 1 826              262 414

           See footnotes at end of table.


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Table 3.           Summary Statistics for All Establishments and Establishments With and Without
                   Payroll for States: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A]

                                                                                     All establishments                   Establishments with payroll              Establishments without payroll
  SIC code                     Kind of business or operation
                                                                                                          Revenue                                 Revenue                                    Revenue
                                                                                     Number               ($1,000)            Number              ($1,000)              Number               ($1,000)

                 NEW YORK Con.

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                16 119         12 395 893                 1 755          11 736 242                14 364              659 651


                 NORTH CAROLINA

60               Depository institutions                                               2 998                   (D)              2 993           9 715 454                      5                    (D)

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                     1 540           2 634 890                1 273           2 621 689                   267                13 201

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                              1 151              571 781                 540             553 111                   611                18 670

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            680              483 665                 366             472 562                   314                11 103
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  651              481 581                 361             471 454                   290                10 127
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              29                2 084                   5               1 108                    24                   976

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             471               88 116                 174               80 549                  297                 7 567

63               Insurance carriers                                                    1 034         12 742 478                 1 025          12 742 126                      9                    352

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                              12 333           1 266 176                3 102           1 035 680                 9 231              230 496

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                            11 598           1 140 333                2 890             919 546                 8 708              220 787
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    735             125 843                  212             116 134                   523                9 709

65               Real estate                                                          36 154           4 120 607                4 643           2 184 786                31 511            1 935 821

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                           16 562           2 139 379                1 773             889 230                14 789            1 250 149
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                       16 262           2 128 985                1 734             885 735                14 528            1 243 250
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      300              10 394                   39               3 495                   261                6 899

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                           17 004           1 325 078                2 396             927 870                14 608              397 208
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                  16 956           1 319 799                2 374             923 002                14 582              396 797
654                  Title abstract offices                                               48               5 279                   22               4 868                    26                  411

655                Land subdividers and developers                                     2 588              656 150                 474             367 686                 2 114              288 464

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 3 096              676 220                 288             598 838                 2 808                77 382


                 NORTH DAKOTA

60               Depository institutions                                                 424                   (D)                423           1 021 989                      1                    (D)

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                        89              112 428                   62            112 154                    27                     274

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                235               47 801                   78              43 117                  157                 4 684

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            165               43 472                   62              40 730                  103                 2 742
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  150                   (D)                  57                  (D)                  93                 2 409
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              15                   (D)                   5                  (D)                  10                   333

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                              70                4 329                   16                  2 387                54                 1 942

63               Insurance carriers                                                      112           1 039 122                  112           1 039 122                      –                      –

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               2 172              142 067                 563             100 676                 1 609                41 391

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             2 015              135 779                 538               95 930                1 477                39 849
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    157                6 288                  25                4 746                  132                 1 542

65               Real estate                                                           3 338              302 630                 556             160 337                 2 782              142 293

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            2 111              214 680                 298             102 799                 1 813              111 881
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        2 065              208 932                 294             100 203                 1 771              108 729
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                       46                   (D)                  4                  (D)                   42                3 152

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                            1 111                   (D)                213               55 415                  898                    (D)
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                   1 062               68 301                 165               47 322                  897                20 979
654                  Title abstract offices                                               49                   (D)                 48                8 093                    1                    (D)

655                Land subdividers and developers                                       116                   (D)                  45                  2 123                71                     (D)

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                   377               50 382                   49              36 918                  328                13 464

           See footnotes at end of table.


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TSF:TIPS92-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:53 UTF:TIPS93-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:54 META:NEMP_TIPS96.DAT;10 9/ 19/ 95 11:14:15
Table 3.           Summary Statistics for All Establishments and Establishments With and Without
                   Payroll for States: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A]

                                                                                     All establishments                   Establishments with payroll              Establishments without payroll
  SIC code                     Kind of business or operation
                                                                                                          Revenue                                 Revenue                                    Revenue
                                                                                     Number               ($1,000)            Number              ($1,000)              Number               ($1,000)

                 OHIO

60               Depository institutions                                               5 134         19 703 858                 5 125          19 703 370                      9                    488
61               Nondepository credit institutions                                     1 778           3 944 527                1 336           3 925 190                   442                19 337
62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                              2 548           1 334 119                  931           1 283 695                 1 617                50 424
621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                          1 335           1 020 708                  512             991 040                   823                29 668
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                1 275           1 016 814                  498             989 212                   777                27 602
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              60               3 894                   14               1 828                    46                 2 066
623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                           1 213              313 411                 419             292 655                   794                20 756
63               Insurance carriers                                                    1 757         33 492 813                 1 731          33 489 134                    26                 3 679
64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                              19 414           2 206 060                5 344           1 799 788                14 070              406 272
6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                            18 509           1 928 061                5 046           1 531 629                13 463              396 432
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    905             277 999                  298             268 159                   607                9 840
65               Real estate                                                          57 647           7 453 328                6 998           4 198 223                50 649            3 255 105
651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                           26 901           4 533 154                3 412           2 150 902                23 489            2 382 252
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                       26 482           4 498 178                3 340           2 134 114                23 142            2 364 064
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      419              34 976                   72              16 788                   347               18 188

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                           28 657           2 249 883                3 062           1 642 046                25 595              607 837
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                  28 267           2 124 882                2 863           1 522 291                25 404              602 591
654                  Title abstract offices                                              390             125 001                  199             119 755                   191                5 246

655                Land subdividers and developers                                     2 089              670 291                 524             405 275                 1 565              265 016

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 5 198           2 343 188                  619           2 197 618                 4 579              145 570

                 OKLAHOMA

60               Depository institutions                                               1 138           3 545 314                1 105           3 542 668                    33                 2 646

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                       965              851 257                 765             844 706                   200                 6 551

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                777              266 354                 347             253 330                   430                13 024

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            471              202 919                 246             195 827                   225                 7 092
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  428              197 115                 226             190 630                   202                 6 485
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              43                5 804                  20               5 197                    23                   607

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             306               63 435                 101               57 503                  205                 5 932

63               Insurance carriers                                                      450           4 442 295                  439           4 440 584                    11                 1 711

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               6 837              588 341               1 806             451 419                 5 031              136 922

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             6 358              518 205               1 675             390 069                 4 683              128 136
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    479               70 136                 131              61 350                   348                8 786

65               Real estate                                                          13 959           1 356 113                2 238             794 319                11 721              561 794

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            5 930              727 248               1 047             369 998                 4 883              357 250
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        5 709              714 172               1 002             363 478                 4 707              350 694
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      221               13 076                  45               6 520                   176                6 556

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                            7 292              516 548               1 040             369 486                 6 252              147 062
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                   7 112              451 728                 883             304 861                 6 229              146 867
654                  Title abstract offices                                              180               64 820                 157              64 625                    23                  195

655                Land subdividers and developers                                       737              112 317                 151               54 835                  586                57 482

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 2 346              414 294                 337             340 066                 2 009                74 228

                 OREGON

60               Depository institutions                                               1 235           3 349 350                1 231           3 349 252                      4                     98

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                       651           1 007 140                  508           1 001 047                   143                 6 093

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                908              377 454                 314             362 349                   594                15 105

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            491              319 376                 215             310 960                   276                 8 416
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  457              317 431                 208             309 503                   249                 7 928
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              34                1 945                   7               1 457                    27                   488

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             417               58 078                   99              51 389                  318                 6 689

63               Insurance carriers                                                      547                   (D)                545           5 637 575                      2                    (D)

           See footnotes at end of table.


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TSF:TIPS92-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:53 UTF:TIPS93-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:54 META:NEMP_TIPS96.DAT;10 9/ 19/ 95 11:14:15
Table 3.           Summary Statistics for All Establishments and Establishments With and Without
                   Payroll for States: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A]

                                                                                     All establishments                   Establishments with payroll              Establishments without payroll
  SIC code                     Kind of business or operation
                                                                                                          Revenue                                 Revenue                                    Revenue
                                                                                     Number               ($1,000)            Number              ($1,000)              Number               ($1,000)

                 OREGON Con.

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               5 279              709 435               1 537             604 495                 3 742              104 940
6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             4 992              573 496               1 420             471 696                 3 572              101 800
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    287              135 939                 117             132 799                   170                3 140
65               Real estate                                                          19 636           2 384 364                3 022           1 443 509                16 614              940 855
651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            7 420           1 219 445                1 493             671 026                 5 927              548 419
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        7 238           1 201 186                1 463             662 016                 5 775              539 170
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      182              18 259                   30               9 010                   152                9 249
653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                           11 468              916 028               1 354             620 925                10 114              295 103
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                  11 426              891 228               1 327             596 322                10 099              294 906
654                  Title abstract offices                                               42               24 800                  27              24 603                    15                  197
655                Land subdividers and developers                                       748              248 891                 175             151 558                   573                97 333
67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 1 894              202 848                 167             145 884                 1 727                56 964

                 PENNSYLVANIA

60               Depository institutions                                               5 810         20 513 728                 5 796          20 510 655                    14                 3 073
61               Nondepository credit institutions                                     1 762           4 704 687                1 280           4 681 673                   482                23 014
62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                              3 064           2 243 163                1 091           2 169 440                 1 973                73 723
621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                          1 592           1 494 405                  614           1 448 328                   978                46 077
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                1 514                  (D)                 603                  (D)                  911                40 547
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              78                  (D)                  11                  (D)                   67                 5 530
623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                           1 472              748 758                 477             721 112                   995                27 646
63               Insurance carriers                                                    1 775         38 204 453                 1 746          38 203 173                    29                 1 280
64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                              18 191           2 842 334                5 136           2 467 387                13 055              374 947
6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                            16 986           2 368 560                4 767           2 009 355                12 219              359 205
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                  1 205             473 774                  369             458 032                   836               15 742
65               Real estate                                                          59 865           8 395 064                7 229           4 964 196                52 636            3 430 868
651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                           29 365           5 261 193                2 918           2 786 730                26 447            2 474 463
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                       28 974           5 209 660                2 841           2 755 266                26 133            2 454 394
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      391              51 533                   77              31 464                   314               20 069
653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                           27 582           2 446 362                3 365           1 825 594                24 217              620 768
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                  27 069           2 235 228                3 134           1 621 478                23 935              613 750
654                  Title abstract offices                                              513             211 134                  231             204 116                   282                7 018
655                Land subdividers and developers                                     2 918              687 509                 946             351 872                 1 972              335 637
67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 6 104           2 178 238                  618           1 996 041                 5 486              182 197

                 RHODE ISLAND

60               Depository institutions                                                 329                   (D)                326           2 249 206                      3                    (D)
61               Nondepository credit institutions                                       192              260 451                 130             257 978                    62                 2 473
62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                241              181 916                   85            176 467                   156                 5 449
621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            124              126 136                   42            122 492                    82                 3 644
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  121                   (D)                  40                 (D)                   81                    (D)
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                               3                   (D)                   2                 (D)                    1                    (D)
623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             117               55 780                   43              53 975                   74                 1 805
63               Insurance carriers                                                      144           3 101 172                  141           3 100 411                      3                    761

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               1 548              211 961                 396             184 640                 1 152                27 321

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             1 392              189 178                 347             164 305                 1 045                24 873
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    156               22 783                  49              20 335                   107                 2 448

65               Real estate                                                           6 767              790 232                 755             363 334                 6 012              426 898

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            3 514              507 003                 324             184 285                 3 190              322 718
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        3 470              503 934                 315             182 963                 3 155              320 971
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                       44                3 069                   9               1 322                    35                1 747

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                            2 982              222 393                 362             149 418                 2 620                72 975
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                   2 944              217 937                 354             145 750                 2 590                72 187
654                  Title abstract offices                                               38                4 456                   8               3 668                    30                   788

655                Land subdividers and developers                                       271               60 836                   69              29 631                  202                31 205

           See footnotes at end of table.


22       SUMMARY                                                                                  FIRE INDUSTRIES NONEMPLOYER STATISTICS SERIES


TIPS UPF [ESM_SB,D_NGUYEN] 9/ 19/ 95 11:15:41 EPCV22 TLP:CENSUS_TIPS_NEW.TLP;42 9/ 19/ 95 11:09:55 DATA:CENSUS_TIPS.DAT;6 9/ 19/ 95 11:09:55 UPF:BUS_DISK13:[BCEN92_FM.NEMP.D PAGE: 21
TSF:TIPS92-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:53 UTF:TIPS93-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:54 META:NEMP_TIPS96.DAT;10 9/ 19/ 95 11:14:15
Table 3.           Summary Statistics for All Establishments and Establishments With and Without
                   Payroll for States: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A]

                                                                                     All establishments                   Establishments with payroll              Establishments without payroll
  SIC code                     Kind of business or operation
                                                                                                          Revenue                                 Revenue                                    Revenue
                                                                                     Number               ($1,000)            Number              ($1,000)              Number               ($1,000)

                 RHODE ISLAND Con.

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                   591              115 846                   72              97 142                  519                18 704


                 SOUTH CAROLINA

60               Depository institutions                                               1 394                   (D)              1 391           3 481 324                      3                    (D)

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                     1 307           1 161 295                1 142           1 153 625                   165                 7 670

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                479              204 148                 234             196 024                   245                 8 124

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            276              181 233                 162             177 945                   114                 3 288
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  260                   (D)                158                  (D)                  102                 2 837
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              16                   (D)                  4                  (D)                   12                   451

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             203               22 915                   72              18 079                  131                 4 836

63               Insurance carriers                                                      496           4 036 353                  488           4 035 989                      8                    364

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               5 621              581 187               1 422             485 456                 4 199                95 731

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             5 240              472 337               1 292             380 752                 3 948                91 585
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    381              108 850                 130             104 704                   251                 4 146

65               Real estate                                                          17 278           2 057 989                2 330           1 165 038                14 948              892 951

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            7 187              984 103                 758             422 007                 6 429              562 096
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        7 047              938 997                 723             379 462                 6 324              559 535
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      140                   (D)                 35                  (D)                  105                2 561

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                            8 869              716 371               1 329             494 531                 7 540              221 840
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                   8 772              710 030               1 287             489 390                 7 485              220 640
654                  Title abstract offices                                               97                6 341                  42               5 141                    55                1 200

655                Land subdividers and developers                                     1 222              357 515                 243             248 500                   979              109 015

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 1 696              361 007                 163             318 113                 1 533                42 894


                 SOUTH DAKOTA

60               Depository institutions                                                 456                   (D)                455           3 447 015                      1                    (D)

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                       112              311 298                   68            310 660                    44                     638

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                220               54 649                   94              50 854                  126                 3 795

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            145               42 696                   69              39 807                   76                 2 889
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  119                   (D)                  57                  (D)                  62                 2 266
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              26                   (D)                  12                  (D)                  14                   623

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                              75               11 953                   25              11 047                   50                     906

63               Insurance carriers                                                      131                   (D)                129           1 329 513                      2                    (D)

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               2 450              148 292                 629             107 631                 1 821                40 661

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             2 301              136 011                 598               96 869                1 703                39 142
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    149               12 281                  31               10 762                  118                 1 519

65               Real estate                                                           3 450              276 655                 581             127 977                 2 869              148 678

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            1 932              166 060                 279               64 111                1 653              101 949
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        1 861              160 880                 263               62 441                1 598                98 439
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                       71                5 180                  16                1 670                   55                 3 510

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                            1 340               86 177                 254               57 188                1 086                28 989
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                   1 287               78 930                 206               50 210                1 081                28 720
654                  Title abstract offices                                               53                7 247                  48                6 978                    5                   269

655                Land subdividers and developers                                       178               24 418                   48                  6 678               130                17 740

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                   390               93 503                   63              81 803                  327                11 700

           See footnotes at end of table.


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TSF:TIPS92-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:53 UTF:TIPS93-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:54 META:NEMP_TIPS96.DAT;10 9/ 19/ 95 11:14:15
Table 3.           Summary Statistics for All Establishments and Establishments With and Without
                   Payroll for States: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A]

                                                                                     All establishments                   Establishments with payroll              Establishments without payroll
  SIC code                     Kind of business or operation
                                                                                                          Revenue                                 Revenue                                    Revenue
                                                                                     Number               ($1,000)            Number              ($1,000)              Number               ($1,000)

                 TENNESSEE

60               Depository institutions                                               2 281           6 327 030                2 276           6 326 894                      5                    136
61               Nondepository credit institutions                                     1 129           1 364 170                  898           1 351 454                   231                12 716
62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                953              678 357                 444             647 658                   509                30 699
621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            566              589 401                 293             566 159                   273                23 242
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  488              554 022                 273             539 747                   215                14 275
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              78               35 379                  20              26 412                    58                 8 967
623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             387               88 956                 151               81 499                  236                 7 457
63               Insurance carriers                                                      794                   (D)                791          12 044 745                      3                    (D)
64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               8 562              932 349               2 307             770 971                 6 255              161 378
6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             8 094              812 088               2 154             657 021                 5 940              155 067
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    468              120 261                 153             113 950                   315                6 311
65               Real estate                                                          23 092           2 874 003                3 170           1 518 321                19 922            1 355 682
651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                           10 478           1 638 747                1 395             757 047                 9 083              881 700
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                       10 286           1 619 221                1 352             742 286                 8 934              876 935
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      192              19 526                   43              14 761                   149                4 765

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                           11 184              945 610               1 512             654 575                 9 672              291 035
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                  11 066              926 378               1 443             636 467                 9 623              289 911
654                  Title abstract offices                                              118               19 232                  69              18 108                    49                1 124

655                Land subdividers and developers                                     1 430              289 646                 263             106 699                 1 167              182 947

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 2 350              566 356                 306             491 609                 2 044                74 747

                 TEXAS

60               Depository institutions                                               5 278         22 665 395                 5 161          22 630 372                   117                35 023

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                     3 894           8 393 341                2 786           8 338 025                 1 108                55 316

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                              4 596           3 590 103                1 930           3 492 355                 2 666                97 748

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                          2 597           2 582 991                1 238           2 518 093                 1 359                64 898
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                2 400           2 551 484                1 190           2 495 482                 1 210                56 002
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                             197              31 507                   48              22 611                   149                 8 896

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                           1 999           1 007 112                  692             974 262                 1 307                32 850

63               Insurance carriers                                                    2 926         42 439 420                 2 842          42 432 006                    84                 7 414

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                              35 272           4 437 342                8 780           3 659 184                26 492              778 158

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                            32 565           3 833 719                8 076           3 103 354                24 489              730 365
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                  2 707             603 623                  704             555 830                 2 003               47 793

65               Real estate                                                          93 652         13 135 572                14 642           8 257 503                79 010            4 878 069

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                           42 272           7 276 910                6 499           3 967 420                35 773            3 309 490
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                       41 102           7 179 054                6 250           3 907 704                34 852            3 271 350
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                    1 170              97 856                  249              59 716                   921               38 140

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                           46 512           4 774 405                7 168           3 594 314                39 344            1 180 091
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                  45 976           4 587 785                6 778           3 413 133                39 198            1 174 652
654                  Title abstract offices                                              536             186 620                  390             181 181                   146                5 439

655                Land subdividers and developers                                     4 868           1 084 257                  975             695 769                 3 893              388 488

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                15 723           5 072 599                2 016           4 551 463                13 707              521 136

                 UTAH

60               Depository institutions                                                 727                   (D)                723           1 656 772                      4                    (D)

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                       420              713 990                 284             707 614                   136                 6 376

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                490              158 603                 159             147 539                   331                11 064

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            239              128 995                   87            122 743                   152                 6 252
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  225                   (D)                  85                 (D)                  140                 5 913
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              14                   (D)                   2                 (D)                   12                   339

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             251               29 608                   72              24 796                  179                 4 812

63               Insurance carriers                                                      275           2 207 786                  262           2 206 538                    13                 1 248

           See footnotes at end of table.


24       SUMMARY                                                                                  FIRE INDUSTRIES NONEMPLOYER STATISTICS SERIES


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TSF:TIPS92-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:53 UTF:TIPS93-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:54 META:NEMP_TIPS96.DAT;10 9/ 19/ 95 11:14:15
Table 3.           Summary Statistics for All Establishments and Establishments With and Without
                   Payroll for States: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A]

                                                                                     All establishments                   Establishments with payroll              Establishments without payroll
  SIC code                     Kind of business or operation
                                                                                                          Revenue                                 Revenue                                    Revenue
                                                                                     Number               ($1,000)            Number              ($1,000)              Number               ($1,000)

                 UTAH      Con.

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               3 465              358 350                 837             291 912                 2 628                66 438
6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             3 286              301 734                 784             237 710                 2 502                64 024
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    179               56 616                  53              54 202                   126                 2 414
65               Real estate                                                          10 819           1 252 603                1 247             642 187                 9 572              610 416
651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            5 060              634 856                 487             243 412                 4 573              391 444
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        4 952              628 902                 473             241 084                 4 479              387 818
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      108                5 954                  14               2 328                    94                3 626
653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                            5 225              478 144                 681             331 496                 4 544              146 648
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                   5 148              455 255                 637             309 100                 4 511              146 155
654                  Title abstract offices                                               77               22 889                  44              22 396                    33                  493
655                Land subdividers and developers                                       534              139 603                   79              67 279                  455                72 324
67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 1 834              143 733                 106               97 853                1 728                45 880

                 VERMONT

60               Depository institutions                                                 331                   (D)                330             774 919                      1                    (D)
61               Nondepository credit institutions                                        62              119 815                   39            119 484                    23                     331
62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                109               51 909                   49              49 313                   60                 2 596
621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                             59               45 092                   28              42 902                   31                 2 190
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                   58                   (D)                  27                  (D)                  31                 2 190
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                               1                   (D)                   1                  (D)                   –                     –
623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                              50                6 817                   21                  6 411                29                     406
63               Insurance carriers                                                       96                   (D)                  94          1 120 195                      2                    (D)
64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                                 956              113 410                 311               96 133                  645                17 277
6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                               876              100 141                 280               83 910                  596                16 231
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                     80               13 269                  31               12 223                   49                 1 046
65               Real estate                                                           4 264              373 745                 604             168 098                 3 660              205 647
651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            1 834              200 552                 166               64 821                1 668              135 731
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        1 797              198 031                 161               64 245                1 636              133 786
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                       37                2 521                   5                  576                   32                1 945
653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                            2 155                   (D)                345                   (D)               1 810                    (D)
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                   2 150              135 948                 343               88 704                1 807                47 244
654                  Title abstract offices                                                5                   (D)                  2                   (D)                   3                    (D)
655                Land subdividers and developers                                       275                   (D)                  93                    (D)               182                     (D)
67               Holding and other investment offices1                                   399               49 363                   31              38 218                  368                11 145

                 VIRGINIA

60               Depository institutions                                               3 131         10 085 430                 3 126          10 084 616                      5                    814
61               Nondepository credit institutions                                     1 343           6 086 457                1 051           6 072 405                   292                14 052
62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                              1 449              878 521                 590             844 675                   859                33 846
621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            696              653 637                 304             631 317                   392                22 320
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  663              650 774                 297             629 536                   366                21 238
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              33                2 863                   7               1 781                    26                 1 082
623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             753              224 884                 286             213 358                   467                11 526
63               Insurance carriers                                                    1 044         14 566 796                 1 035          14 566 313                      9                    483

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               9 900           1 202 372                2 784           1 015 873                 7 116              186 499

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             9 359              928 276               2 589             748 931                 6 770              179 345
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    541              274 096                 195             266 942                   346                7 154

65               Real estate                                                          41 716           6 154 689                5 335           3 741 031                36 381            2 413 658

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                           16 731           3 509 832                2 035           1 877 353                14 696            1 632 479
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                       16 478           3 489 634                1 995           1 864 698                14 483            1 624 936
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      253              20 198                   40              12 655                   213                7 543

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                           22 907           2 012 680                2 882           1 486 291                20 025              526 389
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                  22 678           1 980 906                2 779           1 456 522                19 899              524 384
654                  Title abstract offices                                              229              31 774                  103              29 769                   126                2 005

655                Land subdividers and developers                                     2 078              632 177                 418             377 387                 1 660              254 790

           See footnotes at end of table.


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TSF:TIPS92-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:53 UTF:TIPS93-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:54 META:NEMP_TIPS96.DAT;10 9/ 19/ 95 11:14:15
Table 3.           Summary Statistics for All Establishments and Establishments With and Without
                   Payroll for States: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A]

                                                                                     All establishments                   Establishments with payroll              Establishments without payroll
  SIC code                     Kind of business or operation
                                                                                                          Revenue                                 Revenue                                    Revenue
                                                                                     Number               ($1,000)            Number              ($1,000)              Number               ($1,000)

                 VIRGINIA Con.

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 4 077           2 362 961                  393           2 260 973                 3 684              101 988


                 WASHINGTON

60               Depository institutions                                               2 105                   (D)              2 099           7 595 542                      6                    (D)

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                     1 246           1 735 765                  870           1 721 322                   376                14 443

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                              1 680              944 118                 661             912 902                 1 019                31 216

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                            887              770 983                 405             752 487                   482                18 496
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                  832              766 798                 388             749 294                   444                17 504
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                              55                4 185                  17               3 193                    38                   992

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                             793              173 135                 256             160 415                   537                12 720

63               Insurance carriers                                                      808         12 432 648                   802          12 431 949                      6                    699

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               7 637           1 099 173                2 364             957 445                 5 273              141 728

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             7 096              897 179               2 157             763 393                 4 939              133 786
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    541              201 994                 207             194 052                   334                7 942

65               Real estate                                                          37 430           5 232 631                5 940           3 199 342                31 490            2 033 289

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                           15 452           2 910 407                2 785           1 566 984                12 667            1 343 423
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                       15 172           2 801 960                2 719           1 467 292                12 453            1 334 668
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      280             108 447                   66              99 692                   214                8 755

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                           20 020           1 823 577                2 762           1 328 391                17 258              495 186
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                  19 956           1 788 135                2 716           1 293 346                17 240              494 789
654                  Title abstract offices                                               64              35 442                   46              35 045                    18                  397

655                Land subdividers and developers                                     1 958              498 647                 393             303 967                 1 565              194 680

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                 4 424              527 530                 314             389 859                 4 110              137 671


                 WEST VIRGINIA

60               Depository institutions                                                 682                   (D)                679           1 893 920                      3                    (D)

61               Nondepository credit institutions                                       168               98 039                 117               97 198                   51                     841

62               Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                  exchanges, and services                                                169               70 085                   72              67 982                   97                 2 103

621, 2             Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                    companies                                                             99               65 669                   58              64 964                   41                     705
621                  Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                   90                   (D)                  58              64 964                   32                      (D)
622                  Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                               9                   (D)                   –                   –                    9                      (D)

623, 8             Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                    services                                                              70                4 416                   14                  3 018                56                 1 398

63               Insurance carriers                                                      194           1 649 921                  190           1 649 792                      4                    129

64               Insurance agents, brokers, and services                               2 468              223 466                 741             188 677                 1 727                34 789

6411 pt.           Offices of insurance agents and brokers                             2 331              184 042                 697             150 621                 1 634                33 421
6411 pt.           Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                    137               39 424                  44              38 056                    93                 1 368

65               Real estate                                                           6 175              563 663               1 116             345 533                 5 059              218 130

651                Real estate operators (except developers) and
                    lessors                                                            2 985              373 789                 617             224 801                 2 368              148 988
6512, 3, 4,          Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                    buildings                                                        2 847              333 737                 577             188 809                 2 270              144 928
6517, 9              Lessors of other real property                                      138               40 052                  40              35 992                    98                4 060

653, 4             Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                    offices                                                            2 724                   (D)                332                   (D)               2 392                43 757
653                  Real estate agents and managers                                   2 710              126 158                 329               82 535                2 381                43 623
654                  Title abstract offices                                               14                   (D)                  3                   (D)                  11                   134

655                Land subdividers and developers                                       466                   (D)                167                     (D)               299                25 385

67               Holding and other investment offices1                                   582              185 703                 100             171 036                   482                14 667

           See footnotes at end of table.


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Table 3.          Summary Statistics for All Establishments and Establishments With and Without
                  Payroll for States: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A]

                                                                                     All establishments                   Establishments with payroll              Establishments without payroll
  SIC code                      Kind of business or operation
                                                                                                          Revenue                                 Revenue                                    Revenue
                                                                                     Number               ($1,000)            Number              ($1,000)              Number               ($1,000)

                WISCONSIN

60              Depository institutions                                                2 335                   (D)              2 333           6 263 716                      2                    (D)

61              Nondepository credit institutions                                        674              986 331                 501             981 540                   173                 4 791

62              Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                 exchanges, and services                                               1 320              795 421                 529             774 350                   791                21 071

621, 2            Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                   companies                                                             755              547 851                 343             533 970                   412                13 881
621                 Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                   714              543 572                 333             530 875                   381                12 697
622                 Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                               41                4 279                  10               3 095                    31                 1 184

623, 8            Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                   services                                                              565              247 570                 186             240 380                   379                 7 190

63              Insurance carriers                                                       763         21 953 117                   753          21 951 731                    10                 1 386

64              Insurance agents, brokers, and services                                9 741           1 092 580                3 037             931 498                 6 704              161 082

6411 pt.          Offices of insurance agents and brokers                              9 277              909 854               2 886             755 643                 6 391              154 211
6411 pt.          Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                     464              182 726                 151             175 855                   313                6 871

65              Real estate                                                           24 100           2 834 043                3 676           1 492 892                20 424            1 341 151

651               Real estate operators (except developers) and
                   lessors                                                            11 980           1 716 508                1 570             763 215                10 410              953 293
6512, 3, 4,         Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                   buildings                                                        11 813           1 702 698                1 530             754 383                10 283              948 315
6517, 9             Lessors of other real property                                       167              13 810                   40               8 832                   127                4 978

653, 4            Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                   offices                                                            10 864              844 771               1 742             609 551                 9 122              235 220
653                 Real estate agents and managers                                   10 708              788 181               1 605             553 217                 9 103              234 964
654                 Title abstract offices                                               156               56 590                 137              56 334                    19                  256

655               Land subdividers and developers                                      1 256              272 764                 364             120 126                   892              152 638

67              Holding and other investment       offices1                            2 429              979 817                 361             913 419                 2 068                66 398


                WYOMING

60              Depository institutions                                                  188                   (D)                187             526 943                      1                    (D)

61              Nondepository credit institutions                                         70               77 213                   41              75 812                   29                 1 401

62              Security and commodity brokers, dealers,
                 exchanges, and services                                                 141               30 991                   70              29 469                   71                 1 522

621, 2            Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and flotation
                   companies                                                              90                   (D)                  55                  (D)                  35                      (D)
621                 Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                    85                   (D)                  54                  (D)                  31                     881
622                 Commodity contracts brokers and dealers                                5                   (D)                   1                  (D)                   4                      (D)

623, 8            Security and commodity exchanges and allied
                   services                                                               51                   (D)                  15                  (D)                  36                     (D)

63              Insurance carriers                                                        80                   (D)                  79            262 984                      1                    (D)

64              Insurance agents, brokers, and services                                  927               63 518                 303               47 699                  624                15 819

6411 pt.          Offices of insurance agents and brokers                                873               59 908                 285               44 791                  588                15 117
6411 pt.          Insurance related services, n.e.c.                                      54                3 610                  18                2 908                   36                   702

65              Real estate                                                            3 454              216 391                 451               93 664                3 003              122 727

651               Real estate operators (except developers) and
                   lessors                                                             1 831              108 294                 215               36 845                1 616                71 449
6512, 3, 4,         Operators of nonresidential and residential
 5                   buildings                                                         1 757              103 985                 202               34 694                1 555                69 291
6517, 9             Lessors of other real property                                        74                4 309                  13                2 151                   61                 2 158

653, 4            Real estate agents, managers, and title abstract
                   offices                                                             1 450                   (D)                215                   (D)               1 235                    (D)
653                 Real estate agents and managers                                    1 440               87 105                 206               51 173                1 234                35 932
654                 Title abstract offices                                                10                   (D)                  9                   (D)                   1                    (D)

655               Land subdividers and developers                                        173                   (D)                  21                  (D)                 152                     (D)

67              Holding and other investment       offices1                              388               47 482                   40              33 706                  348                13 776

           1Employer   establishments for SIC 673, Trusts, are not included.




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Table 4.         Nonemployer Statistics for Metropolitan Areas: 1992
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A. For definitions of CMSA’s, MSA’s, and PMSA’s, see appendix D]


                                                                                                                                                             Insurance agents, brokers, and services
                                                                                                                                                                            (SIC 64)
                                                                                              Security and commodity
                                                                  Nondepository credit
                                   Depository institutions                                       brokers, dealers,         Insurance carriers
                                                                      institutions
                                         (SIC 60)                                             exchanges, and services           (SIC 63)
                                                                        (SIC 61)                      (SIC 62)                                                                        Offices of insurance
       Geographic area
                                                                                                                                                                Total                 agents and brokers
                                                                                                                                                                                         (SIC 6411 pt.)


                                  Establish-                     Establish-                   Establish-                 Establish-                    Establish-                   Establish-
                                      ments       Revenue            ments      Revenue           ments      Revenue         ments      Revenue            ments        Revenue         ments       Revenue
                                   (number)       ($1,000)        (number)      ($1,000)       (number)      ($1,000)     (number)      ($1,000)        (number)        ($1,000)     (number)       ($1,000)

      United States                     617        106 048         17 810       812 231         46 604     1 933 228           653       74 533         322 780     9 028 906        302 066      8 579 677

Abilene, TX MSA                            –                 –           6           195             19           420            –                –          263          7 763           240           7 178
Albany, GA MSA                             –                 –           3            (D)             6            (D)           –                –          118          2 398           111              (D)
Albany–Schenectady–Troy, NY
 MSA                                       –               –            29          966             145         5 735            3              (D)          787         21 288           731          20 712
Albuquerque, NM MSA                        3             (D)            30        1 003              98         2 186            3              (D)          927         21 433           870          20 168
Alexandria, LA MSA                         1             (D)             8          615              14           727            –                –          221          4 794           203           4 556

Allentown–Bethlehem– Easton,
 PA MSA                                    –               –            26        1 605              95         4 073            1              (D)          609         17   113         574          16 592
Altoona, PA MSA                            –               –             5           (D)             21           577            –                –          129          2   587         119              (D)
Amarillo, TX MSA                           1             (D)            21        2 464              40         1 370            1              (D)          478         14   361         443          13 323
Anchorage, AK MSA                          –               –            14          700              38         1 219            2              (D)          226          9   675         210           9 153
Anniston, AL MSA                           –               –             3           (D)              2            (D)           –                –           89          1   909          89           1 909

Appleton–Oshkosh–Neenah, WI
 MSA                                       –               –             9           90              66        1 289             –                 –        487          10   233        477          10    029
Asheville, NC MSA                          –               –            10          230              18          302             –                 –        308           6   251        282           5    731
Athens, GA MSA                             –               –             9          248              17          205             1               (D)        162           4   023        154           3    785
Atlanta, GA MSA                           12             (D)           481       22 520             644       30 753             9              655       4 631         136   725      4 279         128    272
Augusta–Aiken, GA–SC MSA                   –               –            23          688              18           (D)            –                 –        437           9   128        417           8    918

Austin–San Marcos, TX MSA                  2             (D)            56        2 163             210         5 212            6              (D)       1 551          47 599        1 437           45 851
Bakersfield, CA MSA                        –               –            21        1 332              39         1 993            –                –         419          11 773          392           11 388
Bangor, ME MSA                             –               –             2           (D)             12           576            –                –         115           2 299          104            2 197
Barnstable–Yarmouth, MA
 MSA                                       –               –            12          308              43         1 389            –                –          223          5 775           196           5 068
Baton Rouge, LA MSA                        1             (D)            38        1 579              54         1 638            6              (D)          891         28 167           835          25 709

Beaumont–Port Arthur, TX
 MSA                                       1             (D)            20           924             19           356            1              (D)          471         13   937         438          13   300
Bellingham, WA MSA                         –               –            12           508             25           614            –                –          113          2   592         107           2   449
Benton Harbor, MI MSA                      –               –             5           168             14           470            –                –          152          3   209         144           3   026
Billings, MT MSA                           –               –             6           223             34           881            –                –          342          8   412         329           8   222
Biloxi–Gulfport–Pascagoula, MS
 MSA                                       –                 –          13           775             29            (D)           4              (D)          391          9 465           359                (D)

Binghamton, NY MSA                         –               –             5           (D)             32           901            1              (D)         181           3   472        171            3 304
Birmingham, AL MSA                         2             (D)            51        1 342              87         2 375            2              (D)       1 209          33   140      1 135           31 848
Bismarck, ND MSA                           –               –             3           (D)             32           794            –                –         244           6   071        233            5 943
Bloomington, IN MSA                        –               –             2           (D)              6            (D)           –                –         116           3   369        115               (D)
Bloomington–Normal, IL MSA                 1             (D)             7           (D)             18         1 087            –                –         224           6   844        208            6 597
Boise City, ID MSA                         –               –            24        1 714             110         2 729            2              (D)         594          17   821        562           16 858

Boston–Worcester– Lawrence,
 MA–NH–ME–CT CMSA                          9             (D)           385           (D)            985           (D)            9              (D)       5 564         191 304        4 947         176 080
  Boston, MA–NH PMSA                       6             (D)           273       11 779             705       32 307             8              (D)       3 364         132 556        3 004         122 287
  Brockton, MA PMSA                        –               –            10          225              28        1 218             –                –         227           6 105          194           5 663
  Fitchburg–Leominster, MA
   PMSA                                    –               –             4            (D)             7            (D)           –                –           85          2   240          72           1   910
  Lawrence, MA–NH PMSA                     1             (D)            27           315             65         2 005            –                –          364          9   984         324           9   133
  Lowell, MA–NH PMSA                       2             (D)            15           451             13            (D)           –                –          217          5   772         187           5   366
  Manchester, NH PMSA                      –               –            11           149             32           816            –                –          265          7   111         228           6   662
  Nashua, NH PMSA                          –               –            13           736             26            (D)           1              (D)          213          5   745         189           4   869
  New Bedford, MA PMSA                     –               –             2            (D)            16           408            –                –          136          2   985         125           2   901
  Portsmouth–Rochester, NH–
   ME PMSA                                 –                 –          12           376             31           889            –                –          251          6 030           230           5 320
  Worcester, MA–CT PMSA                    –                 –          18           783             62         1 473            –                –          442         12 776           394          11 969

Brownsville–Harlingen–San
 Benito, TX MSA                            –                 –          13           688             10           384            –                –          238          5 544           219           5 304
Bryan–College Station, TX
 MSA                                       –                 –           5               31          13           496            –                –          140          3 169           132           3 087
Buffalo–Niagara Falls, NY
 MSA                                       –                 –          24        1 990             225         8 306            4              422       1 262          32 973        1 199           31 524
Burlington, VT MSA                         –                 –          10          122              18           385            1               (D)        238           7 320          222            7 054
Canton–Massillon, OH MSA                   –                 –          15          283              63         1 115            –                 –        578          16 151          552           15 732

Casper, WY MSA                             –                 –           3            (D)            12           430            1              (D)          124          3 344           117           3 197
Cedar Rapids, IA MSA                       –                 –           4            (D)            29           647            2              (D)          376          7 887           361           7 703
Champaign–Urbana, IL MSA                   –                 –           5           176             33           660            –                –          274          7 667           264           7 623
Charleston–North Charleston,
 SC MSA                                    –               –            24           446             48         1 268            2              (D)          654         16 117           617          15 112
Charleston, WV MSA                         1             (D)             4            26             16           303            1              (D)          339          6 997           318           6 708

Charlotte–Gastonia–Rock Hill,
 NC–SC MSA                                 2             (D)            62        5 317             154         4 961            2              (D)       1 778          48   051      1 687           46   316
Charlottesville, VA MSA                    –               –             3           (D)             24           442            –                –         155           5   746        149            5   640
Chattanooga, TN–GA MSA                     –               –            14          550              49         1 433            –                –         562          14   484        534           13   967
Cheyenne, WY MSA                           –               –             4           (D)              5            35            –                –         130           3   078        124            2   870

Chicago–Gary–Kenosha, IL–IN–
 WI CMSA                                  86        17 310             735       30 539          3 890       258 333            19            (D)         9 851         286   736      9 260              (D)
  Chicago, IL PMSA                        86        17 310             708       29 977          3 780       254 415            18         1 340          9 100         270   721      8 545         260 964
  Gary, IN PMSA                            –             –              21          526             89         3 463             1            (D)           522          11   348        499          11 027
  Kankakee, IL PMSA                        –             –               5           (D)             9            (D)            –              –           133           2   732        128           2 703
  Kenosha, WI PMSA                         –             –               1           (D)            12            (D)            –              –            96           1   935         88              (D)


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Table 4.         Nonemployer Statistics for Metropolitan Areas: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A. For definitions of CMSA’s, MSA’s, and PMSA’s, see appendix D]

                                     Insurance agents,
                                        brokers, and                                                            Real estate
                                       services Con.                                                             (SIC 65)
                                          (SIC 64)                                                                                                                                Holding and other
                                                                                                                                                                                  investment offices
                                                                                              Real estate operators       Real estate agents,                                          (SIC 67)
                                     Insurance related                                                                                               Land subdividers and
       Geographic area                services, n.e.c.                   Total               (except developers) and      managers, and title            developers
                                                                                                     lessors               abstract offices
                                       (SIC 6411 pt.)                                                                                                     (SIC 655)
                                                                                                    (SIC 651)                (SIC 653, 4)

                                  Establish-                    Establish-                   Establish-                 Establish-                  Establish-                 Establish-
                                      ments       Revenue           ments        Revenue         ments      Revenue         ments       Revenue         ments     Revenue          ments       Revenue
                                   (number)       ($1,000)       (number)        ($1,000)     (number)      ($1,000)     (number)       ($1,000)     (number)     ($1,000)      (number)       ($1,000)

      United States                  20 714        449 229 1 316 176         87 620 662       582 016     60 557 658     681 663      19 461 761      52 497     7 601 243      176 436      6 578 891

Abilene, TX MSA                           23             585           525        19 683           252       12 405            241         5 212           32        2 066            88          1 837
Albany, GA MSA                             7              (D)          361        18 305           185       10 650            150         3 898           26        3 757            26            622
Albany–Schenectady–Troy, NY
 MSA                                      56           576         4 299         236 946        1 815       168 068           2 350      48 027           134       20 851           370         11 485
Albuquerque, NM MSA                       57         1 265         3 402         198 129        1 419       126 885           1 819      52 438           164       18 806           441         16 115
Alexandria, LA MSA                        18           238           372          20 684          209        14 328             148       3 797            15        2 559            54          2 753

Allentown–Bethlehem– Easton,
 PA MSA                                   35           521         2 837         160   396      1 372       101   964         1 322      35   419         143       23   013         235          7 075
Altoona, PA MSA                           10            (D)          401          26   800        240        20   979           149       4   578          12        1   243          29            946
Amarillo, TX MSA                          35         1 038           843          34   527        446        24   290           375       8   891          22        1   346         152          4 217
Anchorage, AK MSA                         16           522         1 878         122   878        806        77   206           952      35   018         120       10   654         177          6 799
Anniston, AL MSA                           –              –          280          11   345        128         7   068           129       2   989          23        1   288          22            325

Appleton–Oshkosh–Neenah, WI
 MSA                                     10            204         1 478        108    800        807        78   062        579         13   994         92        16   744        110           5    214
Asheville, NC MSA                        26            520         1 013         50    361        438        28   279        506         13   805         69         8   277         87           2    146
Athens, GA MSA                            8            238           441         28    837        182        16   242        232          8   419         27         4   176         38           1    213
Atlanta, GA MSA                         352          8 453        17 819      1 382    861      6 374       852   949     10 402        359   646      1 043       170   266      2 562         103    078
Augusta–Aiken, GA–SC MSA                 20            210         1 565         92    898        537        48   003        913         26   295        115        18   600        110           2    192

Austin–San Marcos, TX MSA               114          1 748         6 079         312 370        2 404       184 951           3 437     105 073           238       22 346           816         25 527
Bakersfield, CA MSA                      27            385         2 235         120 293          833        72 128           1 291      29 565           111       18 600           275         11 807
Bangor, ME MSA                           11            102           478          29 459          215        20 241             234       5 432            29        3 786            40          1 388
Barnstable–Yarmouth, MA
 MSA                                      27           707         1 349          61 410          281        25 184           1 016      29 640            52        6 586           151          4 563
Baton Rouge, LA MSA                       56         2 458         2 119         138 185        1 014        95 226           1 010      29 594            95       13 365           247          7 997

Beaumont–Port Arthur, TX
 MSA                                      33             637           960        57   995         488       39   922          408       12   081          64        5   992         160          3    714
Bellingham, WA MSA                         6             143           995        52   860         345       25   562          585       18   689          65        8   609         125          7    953
Benton Harbor, MI MSA                      8             183           638        37   144         263       21   601          340        8   647          35        6   896          51          2    636
Billings, MT MSA                          13             190           856        36   072         454       23   989          378       10   750          24        1   333         106          2    445
Biloxi–Gulfport–Pascagoula, MS
 MSA                                      32             (D)           932        35 326           299       18 395            579       12 444            54        4 487           102          3 167

Binghamton, NY MSA                        10           168           989          51   033        449        40   757           511       8   350          29        1   926          79          2 211
Birmingham, AL MSA                        74         1 292         3 904         275   073      1 644       184   324         2 036      58   348         224       32   401         400         12 682
Bismarck, ND MSA                          11           128           455          21   650        264        16   165           175       4   270          16        1   215          53          1 701
Bloomington, IN MSA                        1            (D)          547          34   328        235        22   396           281       6   141          31        5   791          37            783
Bloomington–Normal, IL MSA                16           247           569          55   385        237        35   240           311      11   658          21        8   487          45            898
Boise City, ID MSA                        32           963         2 341         151   564        922        89   809         1 263      36   101         156       25   654         199          5 697

Boston–Worcester– Lawrence,
 MA–NH–ME–CT CMSA                       617         15 224        29 652      2 520 431        12 961      1 794 755      15 451        500 012        1 240       225 664        4 566         202 290
  Boston, MA–NH PMSA                    360         10 269        19 380      1 866 549         8 937      1 401 605       9 710        335 554          733       129 390        3 352         160 138
  Brockton, MA PMSA                      33            442           833         47 922           265         26 016         524         12 291           44         9 615           93           2 271
  Fitchburg–Leominster, MA
   PMSA                                   13             330           428        27   427         149       14   931          261        6   302          18        6   194          51          1    902
  Lawrence, MA–NH PMSA                    40             851       1   617       103   364         564       54   590          955       29   833          98       18   941         242          9    723
  Lowell, MA–NH PMSA                      30             406       1   115        69   806         367       37   610          704       22   401          44        9   795         102          4    089
  Manchester, NH PMSA                     37             449       1   166        94   065         580       66   491          540       20   500          46        7   074         130          3    743
  Nashua, NH PMSA                         24             876       1   155        79   907         463       45   420          616       20   243          76       14   244         165          5    123
  New Bedford, MA PMSA                    11              84           617        25   744         248       16   792          348        6   412          21        2   540          63          1    403
  Portsmouth–Rochester, NH–
   ME PMSA                                21             710       1 468          82 076           553       47 469            826       19 449            89       15 158           151          6 434
  Worcester, MA–CT PMSA                   48             807       1 873         123 571           835       83 831            967       27 027            71       12 713           217          7 464

Brownsville–Harlingen–San
 Benito, TX MSA                           19             240           696        30 879           345       19 583            289         6 802           62        4 494            86          1 665
Bryan–College Station, TX
 MSA                                       8              82           460        24 232           217       15 085            212         6 792           31        2 355            79          1 806
Buffalo–Niagara Falls, NY
 MSA                                      63         1 449         4 967         287 107        1 960       215 266           2 841      44 952           166       26 889           551         16 685
Burlington, VT MSA                        16           266         1 272          94 762          653        70 991             555      13 827            64        9 944           112          5 239
Canton–Massillon, OH MSA                  26           419         1 743          81 676          760        56 592             927      18 123            56        6 961           148          3 768

Casper, WY MSA                             7             147           505        14 687           269        9 493            216        4 229            20          965            54          2 150
Cedar Rapids, IA MSA                      15             184           882        45 588           439       29 752            413       10 722            30        5 114           103          5 492
Champaign–Urbana, IL MSA                  10              44           720        57 120           350       43 107            345        9 030            25        4 983            55            670
Charleston–North Charleston,
 SC MSA                                   37         1 005         2 760         151 946        1 162        90 542           1 480      44 261           118       17 143           248          5 387
Charleston, WV MSA                        21           289           986          65 459          491        49 580             444      11 472            51        4 407            96          4 409

Charlotte–Gastonia–Rock Hill,
 NC–SC MSA                                91         1 735         6 490         481   725      2 914       329   320         3 165      85   401         411       67   004         621         19    630
Charlottesville, VA MSA                    6           106           941          59   405        367        34   650           510      13   346          64       11   409          94          4    017
Chattanooga, TN–GA MSA                    28           517         1 424         111   418        682        84   554           663      17   255          79        9   609         138          5    071
Cheyenne, WY MSA                           6           208           480          21   086        235        12   210           225       6   040          20        2   836          64          2    319

Chicago–Gary–Kenosha, IL–IN–
 WI CMSA                                591             (D)       45 085      3 347 100        20 208      2 442 262      23 603        677   060      1 274       227   778      6 860         265 914
  Chicago, IL PMSA                      555          9 757        41 844      3 186 569        18 927      2 344 785      21 794        639   024      1 123       202   760      6 648         260 846
  Gary, IN PMSA                          23            321         2 356        112 026           902         69 938       1 348         26   114        106        15   974        147           3 581
  Kankakee, IL PMSA                       5              29          344         18 714           137          9 498         186          4   814         21         4   402         33             635
  Kenosha, WI PMSA                        8             (D)          541         29 791           242         18 041         275          7   108         24         4   642         32             852


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Table 4.         Nonemployer Statistics for Metropolitan Areas: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A. For definitions of CMSA’s, MSA’s, and PMSA’s, see appendix D]


                                                                                                                                                            Insurance agents, brokers, and services
                                                                                                                                                                           (SIC 64)
                                                                                            Security and commodity
                                                                  Nondepository credit
                                   Depository institutions                                     brokers, dealers,          Insurance carriers
                                                                      institutions
                                         (SIC 60)                                           exchanges, and services            (SIC 63)
                                                                        (SIC 61)                    (SIC 62)                                                                         Offices of insurance
       Geographic area
                                                                                                                                                               Total                 agents and brokers
                                                                                                                                                                                        (SIC 6411 pt.)


                                  Establish-                     Establish-                 Establish-                  Establish-                    Establish-                   Establish-
                                      ments       Revenue            ments      Revenue         ments      Revenue          ments      Revenue            ments        Revenue         ments       Revenue
                                   (number)       ($1,000)        (number)      ($1,000)     (number)      ($1,000)      (number)      ($1,000)        (number)        ($1,000)     (number)       ($1,000)

Chico–Paradise, CA MSA                     –                 –           9           115           49         2 757             –                –          198          4 813           187           4 694
Cincinnati–Hamilton, OH–KY–IN
 CMSA                                      –                 –          67        3 269           326       10 572              9         1 731          2 408              (D)       2 296               (D)
  Cincinnati, OH–KY–IN PMSA                –                 –          58        3 016           296        9 418              7            (D)         2 088          60 850        1 990           58 862
  Hamilton–Middletown, OH
   PMSA                                    –                 –           9           253           30         1 154             2              (D)          320              (D)         306                (D)

Clarksville–Hopkinsville, TN–KY
 MSA                                       1             (D)             9           728           12            242            –                –          205          4 015           194           3 866

Cleveland–Akron, OH CMSA                   4            260            146        6 310           460       15 179              6         1 496          3 596         110 217        3 425         107 466
  Akron, OH PMSA                           –              –             20          738            86        2 968              –             –            818          23 343          784          22 754
  Cleveland–Lorain–Elyria, OH
   PMSA                                    4            260            126        5 572           374       12 211              6         1 496          2 778          86 874        2 641           84 712

Colorado Springs, CO MSA                   –               –            31          612           119        3 338              2              (D)         654          14   109        619           13   661
Columbia, MO MSA                           –               –             3           (D)           18          605              1              (D)         170           5   504        158            5   281
Columbia, SC MSA                           –               –            33        2 081            53        2 596              2              (D)         961          23   717        904           22   586
Columbus, GA–AL MSA                        –               –            11          394            12           (D)             2              (D)         339           7   517        327            7   267
Columbus, OH MSA                           2             (D)            93        4 472           342       10 015              4               66       2 267          72   617      2 153           70   489

Corpus Christi, TX MSA                     –                 –          23        1 031            36         1 279             4              115          535         12 220           477          10 717
Cumberland, MD–WV MSA                      –                 –           1           (D)            7            (D)            –                –           68            771            61             744

Dallas–Fort Worth, TX CMSA                45        16 099             384       17 781           955       32 097             18         3 089          7 187         246 448        6 579         231 015
  Dallas, TX PMSA                         42        14 435             291       13 984           703       24 171             14         2 258          4 833         169 206        4 419         159 345
  Fort Worth–Arlington, TX
   PMSA                                    3         1 664              93        3 797           252         7 926             4              831       2 354          77 242        2 160           71 670

Danville, VA MSA                           –                 –           3           (D)            2            (D)            –                –          141          2 521           135           2 486
Davenport–Moline–Rock Island,
 IA–IL MSA                                 4             (D)            10           95            66         3 280             2              (D)         504          13   620        481           13   111
Dayton–Springfield, OH MSA                 –               –            22        1 465           103         4 402             3              (D)       1 055          29   953      1 025           29   466
Daytona Beach, FL MSA                      –               –            38        1 076            54         1 579             –                –         549          12   051        514           11   220
Decatur, AL MSA                            –               –             8          102             2            (D)            –                –         124           2   366        117            2   310
Decatur, IL MSA                            –               –             –            –            13            (D)            –                –         194           4   647        180            4   419

Denver–Boulder–Greeley, CO
 CMSA                                     25             (D)           257       11 868           839       28 299             10              (D)       3 537          99 098        3 287           94 259
  Boulder–Longmont, CO
   PMSA                                    –               –            34        1 382           112        4 438              1               (D)        306           9 025          275            8 620
  Denver, CO PMSA                         23             (D)           217       10 142           697       23 258              9              404       3 028          85 121        2 826           80 961
  Greeley, CO PMSA                         2             (D)             6          344            30          603              –                 –        203           4 952          186            4 678

Des Moines, IA MSA                         –                 –          18           358           93         1 831             1              (D)          971         24 200           918          22 568

Detroit–Ann Arbor–Flint, MI
 CMSA                                      3             (D)           246       12 111           814       27   027            9               (D)      5 561         172   349      5 254         165    934
  Ann Arbor, MI PMSA                       –               –            30        2 399            82        3   569            1               (D)        456          12   503        428          12    037
  Detroit, MI PMSA                         2             (D)           210        9 662           679       21   691            8              572       4 671         147   717      4 419         141    967
  Flint, MI PMSA                           1             (D)             6           50            53        1   767            –                 –        434          12   129        407          11    930

Dothan, AL MSA                             –                 –           4           (D)            6            (D)            1              (D)          136          2   631         126           2 532
Dover, DE MSA                              –                 –           2           (D)            5             65            –                –           83          1   772          79              (D)
Dubuque, IA MSA                            –                 –           2           (D)           16           523             –                –          138          5   126         132           5 043
Duluth–Superior, MN–WI MSA                 –                 –           6            51           38         1 980             –                –          223          5   474         214           5 353
Eau Claire, WI MSA                         –                 –           4            38           24           547             1              (D)          238          6   035         226           5 671

El Paso, TX MSA                            2             (D)             9           807           49         1 282             1              (D)          629         14 884           601          14 590
Elkhart–Goshen, IN MSA                     –               –             3            (D)          21           365             –                –          184          4 315           179           4 226
Elmira, NY MSA                             –               –             2            (D)           8            (D)            –                –           58            939            55              (D)
Enid, OK MSA                               –               –             7            (D)           5            (D)            1              (D)          108          2 436           101           2 404
Erie, PA MSA                               –               –            10           575           49         1 242             1              (D)          284          7 576           267           7 230

Eugene–Springfield, OR MSA                 –                 –           9        1 165            57         1 497             –                –          393          9 359           374           8 981
Evansville–Henderson, IN–KY
 MSA                                       –                 –          19        1 448            27         1 094             1              (D)          395          9 452           378           9 208
Fargo–Moorhead, ND–MN
 MSA                                       1             (D)             6           118           44         1 136             –                –          458         12 909           419          12 305
Fayetteville, NC MSA                       1             (D)             8           131           15           402             –                –          328          6 854           310           6 410
Fayetteville–Springdale–
 Rogers, AR MSA                            1             (D)             6           (D)           15            602            1              (D)          310          7 175           290           6 752

Florence, AL MSA                           –                 –           3             9           11            (D)            –                –          160          3 860           155           3 815
Florence, SC MSA                           –                 –           4           (D)            4            (D)            –                –          142          4 025           128           3 718
Fort Collins–Loveland, CO
 MSA                                       –                 –          13           440           61         1 608             –                –          290          6 726           264           5 888
Fort Myers–Cape Coral, FL
 MSA                                       –                 –          31        1 583            50         1 466             –                –          583         12 763           530          11 681
Fort Pierce–Port St. Lucie, FL
 MSA                                       –                 –          31        2 833            46         1 331             –                –          400         10 888           364           9 876

Fort Smith, AR–OK MSA                      –               –            10        1 172            13           181             –                –          227          4   475         207           4   178
Fort Walton Beach, FL MSA                  –               –            11          326            24           426             –                –          189          4   654         180           4   221
Fort Wayne, IN MSA                         –               –            25        2 221            45         2 021             1              (D)          818         20   218         796          19   912
Fresno, CA MSA                             2             (D)            36        4 251           110         5 547             –                –          982         30   205         921          29   119
Gadsden, AL MSA                            –               –             5           39             2            (D)            –                –           83          1   442          82                (D)

Gainesville, FL MSA                        –                 –          10           215           22            407            2              (D)          207          4   509         185           3   769
Glens Falls, NY MSA                        –                 –           1            (D)          15             (D)           –                –           91          2   055          84           1   989
Goldsboro, NC MSA                          –                 –           3             36           3              84           –                –          145          3   167         134           3   031
Grand Forks, ND–MN MSA                     –                 –           2            (D)          17            989            –                –          198          4   495         181           4   349
Grand Rapids–Muskegon–
 Holland, MI MSA                           –                 –          26        1 498           170         4 394             3              (D)       1 330          39 662        1 256           38 019


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Table 4.         Nonemployer Statistics for Metropolitan Areas: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A. For definitions of CMSA’s, MSA’s, and PMSA’s, see appendix D]

                                     Insurance agents,
                                        brokers, and                                                            Real estate
                                       services Con.                                                             (SIC 65)
                                          (SIC 64)                                                                                                                                Holding and other
                                                                                                                                                                                  investment offices
                                                                                              Real estate operators       Real estate agents,                                          (SIC 67)
                                     Insurance related                                                                                               Land subdividers and
       Geographic area                services, n.e.c.                   Total               (except developers) and      managers, and title            developers
                                                                                                     lessors               abstract offices
                                       (SIC 6411 pt.)                                                                                                     (SIC 655)
                                                                                                    (SIC 651)                (SIC 653, 4)

                                  Establish-                    Establish-                   Establish-                 Establish-                  Establish-                 Establish-
                                      ments       Revenue           ments        Revenue         ments      Revenue         ments      Revenue          ments     Revenue          ments       Revenue
                                   (number)       ($1,000)       (number)        ($1,000)     (number)      ($1,000)     (number)      ($1,000)      (number)     ($1,000)      (number)       ($1,000)

Chico–Paradise, CA MSA                    11             119           948        49 989           297       26 502            605       15 756            46        7 731            96          3 060
Cincinnati–Hamilton, OH–KY–IN
 CMSA                                   112             (D)        9 425         621 850        4 088       416 303           4 963    133 723            374       71 824           756         25 122
  Cincinnati, OH–KY–IN PMSA              98          1 988         8 154         557 765        3 641       384 321           4 198    112 579            315       60 865           687         22 702
  Hamilton–Middletown, OH
   PMSA                                   14             (D)       1 271          64 085           447       31 982            765       21 144            59       10 959            69          2 420

Clarksville–Hopkinsville, TN–KY
 MSA                                      11             149           671        33 242           290       15 186            328        9 784            53        8 272            31          1 106

Cleveland–Akron, OH CMSA                171          2 751        15 523     1 098 984          7 113       840 821           8 003    182 969            407       75 194        1 562          56 602
  Akron, OH PMSA                         34            589         3 329       176 477          1 330       121 209           1 912     38 985             87       16 283          262           6 586
  Cleveland–Lorain–Elyria, OH
   PMSA                                 137          2 162        12 194         922 507        5 783       719 612           6 091    143 984            320       58 911        1 300          50 016

Colorado Springs, CO MSA                 35            448         2 875         137   610        957        62   262         1 822     65    226          96       10   122         314          9    648
Columbia, MO MSA                         12            223           688          55   711        356        37   139           274      7    697          58       10   875          45          2    836
Columbia, SC MSA                         57          1 131         2 813         191   088      1 374       137   657         1 289     34    622         150       18   809         282          9    129
Columbus, GA–AL MSA                      12            250           816          62   990        340        44   029           433      9    777          43        9   184          88          3    609
Columbus, OH MSA                        114          2 128         8 261         663   278      4 173       510   150         3 843    109    588         245       43   540         821         28    767

Corpus Christi, TX MSA                    58         1 503         1 599          82 555           732       58 545            799       18 794            68        5 216           210          7 070
Cumberland, MD–WV MSA                      7            27           305           8 997           132        5 757            160        1 879            13        1 361            21            229

Dallas–Fort Worth, TX CMSA              608         15 433        24 647     2 052 264         12 252     1 515 197       11 264       399 196         1 131       137 871        4 755         202 735
  Dallas, TX PMSA                       414          9 861        18 870     1 723 441          9 765     1 309 424        8 240       311 691           865       102 326        3 670         158 655
  Fort Worth–Arlington, TX
   PMSA                                 194          5 572         5 777         328 823        2 487       205 773           3 024      87 505           266       35 545        1 085          44 080

Danville, VA MSA                           6              35           297        11 830           153         8 502           131        2 079            13        1 249            27               (D)
Davenport–Moline–Rock Island,
 IA–IL MSA                                23             509       1 486          68   216        718        44   608           716      14   542          52        9   066         118          3 818
Dayton–Springfield, OH MSA                30             487       4 352         239   368      1 841       163   947         2 401      56   330         110       19   091         344          8 908
Daytona Beach, FL MSA                     35             831       2 856         108   468        709        49   316         2 042      42   662         105       16   490         258          8 476
Decatur, AL MSA                            7              56         364          18   496        154        10   726           187       4   254          23        3   516          32            853
Decatur, IL MSA                           14             228         300          11   791        126         6   283           161       3   527          13        1   981          42          1 584

Denver–Boulder–Greeley, CO
 CMSA                                   250          4 839        15 517         993 344        6 605       603 832           8 433    312 712            479       76 800        2 779          91 193
  Boulder–Longmont, CO
   PMSA                                  31            405         2 251         162 697        1 049        96 331           1 109     47 950             93       18 416          312          12 667
  Denver, CO PMSA                       202          4 160        12 659         796 212        5 273       486 658           7 031    257 420            355       52 134        2 404          77 581
  Greeley, CO PMSA                       17            274           607          34 435          283        20 843             293      7 342             31        6 250           63             945

Des Moines, IA MSA                        53         1 632         2 285         163 281        1 137       118 530           1 088      32 092            60       12 659           261         15 442

Detroit–Ann Arbor–Flint, MI
 CMSA                                   307          6 415        25   241   1 857     026     12 149     1 401   865     12 368       316    961         724      138   200      2 988          85    609
  Ann Arbor, MI PMSA                     28            466         2   579     168     910      1 210       118   489      1 283        33    065          86       17   356        242           6    879
  Detroit, MI PMSA                      252          5 750        21   002   1 602     097     10 207     1 224   515     10 209       264    811         586      112   771      2 574          74    518
  Flint, MI PMSA                         27            199         1   660      86     019        732        58   861        876        19    085          52        8   073        172           4    212

Dothan, AL MSA                            10               99          453        24   460         242       18   321          184        3   777          27        2   362          37            890
Dover, DE MSA                              4              (D)          470        19   541         210        9   131          231        6   188          29        4   222          83          8 153
Dubuque, IA MSA                            6               83          393        22   129         224       12   389          148        5   705          21        4   035          34            650
Duluth–Superior, MN–WI MSA                 9             121           771        34   824         370       26   450          386        6   574          15        1   800          97          3 293
Eau Claire, WI MSA                        12             364           530        30   166         335       25   813          178        3   614          17            739          38            922

El Paso, TX MSA                           28             294       2 229         137   292         934       96   557         1 189      31   365         106        9 370           247         11 162
Elkhart–Goshen, IN MSA                     5               89        761          50   380         442       38   803           277       6   992          42        4 585            43          1 247
Elmira, NY MSA                             3              (D)        268          15   001         117       11   961           145       2   007           6        1 033            19            222
Enid, OK MSA                               7               32        229           8   494         120        5   553           104       2   732           5          209            38            944
Erie, PA MSA                              17             346       1 047          55   307         510       42   103           512      10   549          25        2 655            75          1 816

Eugene–Springfield, OR MSA                19             378       1 617          88 041           640       51 080            926       28 299            51        8 662           174          4 318
Evansville–Henderson, IN–KY
 MSA                                      17             244           964        49 213           430       32 980            482       10 336            52        5 897           118          4 165
Fargo–Moorhead, ND–MN
 MSA                                      39             604       1 028          68 622           693       56 564            305        7 920            30        4 138            95          4 803
Fayetteville, NC MSA                      18             444       1 014          55 052           326       26 889            644       20 262            44        7 901            63          1 401
Fayetteville–Springdale–
 Rogers, AR MSA                           20             423       1 153          48 811           321       20 405            778       19 050            54        9 356            91          2 201

Florence, AL MSA                           5              45           412        23 505           168       13 804            208        6 227            36        3 474            16            315
Florence, SC MSA                          14             307           415        21 226           218       14 564            178        6 027            19          635            39          1 583
Fort Collins–Loveland, CO
 MSA                                      26             838       1 391          74 119           546       34 769            778       28 128            67       11 222           160          3 807
Fort Myers–Cape Coral, FL
 MSA                                      53         1 082         3 966         173 929        1 133        68 375           2 681      82 091           152       23 463           570         17 266
Fort Pierce–Port St. Lucie, FL
 MSA                                      36         1 012         1 999          81 360           544       36 159           1 383      36 955            72        8 246           297          8 736

Fort Smith, AR–OK MSA                     20           297           766          46   970        424        35   281           288       7   322          54        4   367          70          1    017
Fort Walton Beach, FL MSA                  9           433         1 148          51   377        229        14   821           849      26   990          70        9   566          86          4    407
Fort Wayne, IN MSA                        22           306         2 194         142   722      1 044        86   585         1 036      33   810         114       22   327         165          6    148
Fresno, CA MSA                            61         1 086         3 359         212   594      1 262       132   092         1 952      57   599         145       22   903         372         12    619
Gadsden, AL MSA                            1            (D)          174           6   719         69         3   595            94       2   752          11            372          25               895

Gainesville, FL MSA                       22             740       1 098          81   521         475       50   694          504       15   154         119       15 673           117          2 397
Glens Falls, NY MSA                        7              66         615          23   500         203       13   265          373        7   621          39        2 614            50            783
Goldsboro, NC MSA                         11             136         224          13   228         127        8   614           91        4   397           6          217            21             (D)
Grand Forks, ND–MN MSA                    17             146         391          19   681         242       13   931          140        3   870           9           (D)           31            310
Grand Rapids–Muskegon–
 Holland, MI MSA                          74         1 643         4 944         366 314        2 654       253 410           2 033      63 140           257       49 764           474         15 098


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Table 4.         Nonemployer Statistics for Metropolitan Areas: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A. For definitions of CMSA’s, MSA’s, and PMSA’s, see appendix D]


                                                                                                                                                             Insurance agents, brokers, and services
                                                                                                                                                                            (SIC 64)
                                                                                              Security and commodity
                                                                  Nondepository credit
                                   Depository institutions                                       brokers, dealers,         Insurance carriers
                                                                      institutions
                                         (SIC 60)                                             exchanges, and services           (SIC 63)
                                                                        (SIC 61)                      (SIC 62)                                                                        Offices of insurance
       Geographic area
                                                                                                                                                                Total                 agents and brokers
                                                                                                                                                                                         (SIC 6411 pt.)


                                  Establish-                     Establish-                   Establish-                 Establish-                    Establish-                   Establish-
                                      ments       Revenue            ments      Revenue           ments      Revenue         ments      Revenue            ments        Revenue         ments       Revenue
                                   (number)       ($1,000)        (number)      ($1,000)       (number)      ($1,000)     (number)      ($1,000)        (number)        ($1,000)     (number)       ($1,000)

Great Falls, MT MSA                        –                 –           4            32             25           720            –                –          187          5 185           163           4 943
Green Bay, WI MSA                          –                 –           6           (D)             29           651            –                –          322          7 397           309           7 249
Greensboro–Winston-Salem–
 High Point, NC MSA                        1             (D)            41        1 572             109         2 547            2              (D)       1 602          47 893        1 528           46 039
Greenville, NC MSA                         –               –             5           (D)             10           372            1              (D)         143           3 375          137               (D)
Greenville–Spartanburg–
 Anderson, SC MSA                          2             (D)            33        1 818              62         1 737            1              (D)          908         20 484           859          19 961

Harrisburg–Lebanon–Carlisle,
 PA MSA                                    –               –            25          748              77         2 811            4              198         752          20   539        698           19   751
Hartford, CT MSA                           2             (D)            81        5 369             231         6 720            4               (D)      1 555          51   650      1 392           48   481
Hickory–Morganton, NC MSA                  –               –             4           (D)              5           153            –                 –        342           8   503        328            8   160
Honolulu, HI MSA                           –               –            34          925              95         3 014            1               (D)      1 440          41   670      1 383           39   754
Houma, LA MSA                              –               –             7        1 101              11           333            1               (D)        235           5   705        229            5   645

Houston–Galveston– Brazoria,
 TX CMSA                                  31         7 854             272       16 662             676       28 616            13              (D)       5 368         174 764        4 968         165 564
  Brazoria, TX PMSA                        –             –              12          386              12          268             –                –         168           5 148          159           4 982
  Galveston–Texas City, TX
   PMSA                                    –             –               6          186              23        1 548             2            (D)           219           5 121          201           4 564
  Houston, TX PMSA                        31         7 854             254       16 090             641       26 800            11         1 711          4 981         164 495        4 608         156 018

Huntington–Ashland, WV–KY–
 OH MSA                                    –               –             5           (D)             17           339            2               (D)        282           5   744        268            5   646
Huntsville, AL MSA                         –               –            22        1 419              20         3 013            –                 –        311           7   777        295            7   580
Indianapolis, IN MSA                       3             (D)            85        4 214             213         6 526           11              873       2 305          68   479      2 195           66   115
Iowa City, IA MSA                          –               –             1           (D)             13           506            –                 –        134           3   406        123            3   248
Jackson, MI MSA                            –               –             4            39             13           340            1               (D)        128           3   755        123            3   710

Jackson, MS MSA                            1             (D)            21        1 234              53         1 440            3               (D)      1 049          28 526          989           27 235
Jackson, TN MSA                            –               –             1           (D)              2            (D)           –                 –        133           2 966          123            2 786
Jacksonville, FL MSA                       –               –            47        1 208             129         4 647            4              401       1 408          33 350        1 315           31 385
Jacksonville, NC MSA                       –               –             2           (D)              3             38           –                 –        159              (D)         150               (D)
Jamestown, NY MSA                          –               –             2           (D)             18           531            –                 –        114           1 698          100            1 612

Janesville–Beloit, WI MSA                  –                 –           –                –          17           204            –                –          149          3 264           146                (D)
Johnson City– Kingsport–
 Bristol, TN–VA MSA                        –                 –           4           (D)             15           289            –                –          485          9 264           464           8 934
Johnstown, PA MSA                          –                 –           9            48             40         1 491            1              (D)          267          5 260           253           5 038
Joplin, MO MSA                             –                 –           8            35             15           676            1              (D)          203          4 255           191           4 084
Kalamazoo–Battle Creek, MI
 MSA                                       –                 –           5           830             52         1 631            3              (D)          475         11 787           443          11 368

Kansas City, MO–KS MSA                     6         1 495             114        3 357             377       13 842             7         1 373          2 784          71   116      2 635           67 698
Killeen–Temple, TX MSA                     1            (D)              6           (D)             18          188             –              –           286           5   052        267            4 802
Knoxville, TN MSA                          1            (D)             35        1 227              60        1 874             1            (D)           851          21   422        809           20 818
Kokomo, IN MSA                             –              –              4           (D)              8           (D)            –              –           131           2   947        128               (D)
La Crosse, WI–MN MSA                       –              –              7           (D)             25          910             1            (D)           224           6   845        208            6 701

Lafayette, LA MSA                          –                 –          14           310             27           726            1              (D)          544         15 152           513          14 476
Lafayette, IN MSA                          –                 –           6            49             20           989            –                –          188          5 094           175           5 018
Lake Charles, LA MSA                       –                 –           8           120              8            78            –                –          230          4 696           219           4 557
Lakeland–Winter Haven, FL
 MSA                                       –                 –          11           254             39           802            1              (D)          591         13 241           557          12 403
Lancaster, PA MSA                          –                 –          11           792             75         2 802            –                –          444         11 030           420          10 601

Lansing–East Lansing, MI
 MSA                                       1             (D)            14          341              78         3 789            1              (D)         548          15   768         511          15 186
Laredo, TX MSA                             1             (D)             1           (D)              5           309            –                –          69           1   484          64              (D)
Las Cruces, NM MSA                         –               –             2           (D)             11           109            –                –         122           2   605         115           2 472
Las Vegas, NV–AZ MSA                       1             (D)           102        5 615             155         9 778            2              (D)       1 034          27   254         984          26 166
Lawrence, KS MSA                           –               –             4           (D)              8            98            1              (D)         116           3   599         110              (D)

Lawton, OK MSA                             –                 –           6           382              9            (D)           1              (D)          124          2   308         113           2 150
Lewiston–Auburn, ME MSA                    –                 –           1            (D)             9            (D)           –                –           71          1   295          69              (D)
Lexington, KY MSA                          –                 –          17           711             49         1 637            2              (D)          646         16   579         619          16 026
Lima, OH MSA                               –                 –           3            (D)            18           655            –                –          223          6   070         214           5 933
Lincoln, NE MSA                            –                 –           4            (D)            61         1 289            2              (D)          511         13   958         485          13 608
Little Rock–North Little Rock,
 AR MSA                                    –                 –          27        1 594              83         3 724            7              529       1 073          27 903        1 007           26 532
Longview–Marshall, TX MSA                  –                 –           8          226              14           101            –                –         299           7 000          280            6 604

Los Angeles–Riverside– Orange
 County, CA CMSA                          61             (D)        2 570       127 312          3 346       143 675            23              (D)      17 134         582 990       15 699         548 034
  Los Angeles–Long Beach,
   CA PMSA                                26         6 975          1 310        68 924          1 869        84 250            15         2 306          9 561         330 433        8 781         312 314
  Orange County, CA PMSA                  29         4 535            771        39 899            972        39 351             5           202          3 899         149 861        3 576         141 443
  Riverside–San Bernardino,
   CA PMSA                                 5            330            372       11 738             364       14 863             2              (D)       2 720          72 006        2 465           65 821
  Ventura, CA PMSA                         1             (D)           117        6 751             141        5 211             1              (D)         954          30 690          877           28 456

Louisville, KY–IN MSA                      –                 –          43        1 866             122         3 651            7         1 247          1 424          39   543      1 349           37 902
Lubbock, TX MSA                            –                 –          12          966              64         2 196            2            (D)           660          19   113        610           17 852
Lynchburg, VA MSA                          –                 –           2           (D)             17           855            –              –           234           5   041        230               (D)
Macon, GA MSA                              –                 –          20        1 224              29         1 351            –              –           384           8   638        363            7 891
Madison, WI MSA                            –                 –          13            95             99         2 963            1            (D)           615          16   993        581           16 138

Mansfield, OH MSA                          –                 –           6               30          17           418            1              (D)          231          5 382           219                (D)
McAllen–Edinburg–Mission, TX
 MSA                                       –               –            11           272             23         1 456            –                –          262          6 730           252           6 489
Medford–Ashland, OR MSA                    1             (D)             9           894             31           780            1              (D)          174          4 883           167           4 800
Melbourne–Titusville– Palm
 Bay, FL MSA                               1             (D)            22          563              63        3 859             –                –         477          10 823          450           10 335
Memphis, TN–AR–MS MSA                      1             (D)            53        7 463             177       17 319             1              (D)       1 310          39 699        1 244           37 367
Merced, CA MSA                             –               –             5           52              10          601             –                –         108           2 479          102            2 376


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Table 4.         Nonemployer Statistics for Metropolitan Areas: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A. For definitions of CMSA’s, MSA’s, and PMSA’s, see appendix D]

                                     Insurance agents,
                                        brokers, and                                                            Real estate
                                       services Con.                                                             (SIC 65)
                                          (SIC 64)                                                                                                                                Holding and other
                                                                                                                                                                                  investment offices
                                                                                              Real estate operators       Real estate agents,                                          (SIC 67)
                                     Insurance related                                                                                               Land subdividers and
       Geographic area                services, n.e.c.                   Total               (except developers) and      managers, and title            developers
                                                                                                     lessors               abstract offices
                                       (SIC 6411 pt.)                                                                                                     (SIC 655)
                                                                                                    (SIC 651)                (SIC 653, 4)

                                  Establish-                    Establish-                   Establish-                 Establish-                  Establish-                 Establish-
                                      ments       Revenue           ments        Revenue         ments      Revenue         ments      Revenue          ments     Revenue          ments       Revenue
                                   (number)       ($1,000)       (number)        ($1,000)     (number)      ($1,000)     (number)      ($1,000)      (number)     ($1,000)      (number)       ($1,000)

Great Falls, MT MSA                       24             242           358        13 283           152        6 469            183        5 025            23        1 789            34            822
Green Bay, WI MSA                         13             148           807        58 094           452       33 537            292       11 508            63       13 049            83          1 818
Greensboro–Winston-Salem–
 High Point, NC MSA                       74         1 854         5 538         414 308        3 106       311 713           2 123      55 152           309       47 443           544         15 434
Greenville, NC MSA                         6            (D)          529          29 688          307        19 153             175       4 519            47        6 016            35          2 441
Greenville–Spartanburg–
 Anderson, SC MSA                         49             523       3 494         267 624        1 681       196 454           1 559      43 516           254       27 654           287          8 590

Harrisburg–Lebanon–Carlisle,
 PA MSA                                  54            788         2   807       169   236      1 310       105   324         1 350     33    153         147       30   759         399          7    852
Hartford, CT MSA                        163          3 169         7   455       584   932      3 904       430   545         3 228     81    952         323       72   435         844         35    716
Hickory–Morganton, NC MSA                14            343         1   107        61   861        650        45   168           386      9    715          71        6   978          62          2    673
Honolulu, HI MSA                         57          1 916         5   866       342   126      1 949       203   243         3 751    117    516         166       21   367         748         18    557
Houma, LA MSA                             6             60             503        16   804        325        11   855           144      2    625          34        2   324          58          1    776

Houston–Galveston– Brazoria,
 TX CMSA                                400          9 200        19 610     1 198 312          7 925       773 857       10 946       336 208            739       88 247        3 595         144 619
  Brazoria, TX PMSA                       9            166           564        25 117            220        15 130          314         6 351             30        3 636           94           1 971
  Galveston–Texas City, TX
   PMSA                                  18            557           851        35 208            313        18 418          510        13 034             28        3 756          115           3 486
  Houston, TX PMSA                      373          8 477        18 195     1 137 987          7 392       740 309       10 122       316 823            681       80 855        3 386         139 162

Huntington–Ashland, WV–KY–
 OH MSA                                  14             98           849          34   012        411        22   008           378      6    499          60        5   505          94          2    590
Huntsville, AL MSA                       16            197         1 378         108   576        589        70   458           696     22    815          93       15   303          98          4    001
Indianapolis, IN MSA                    110          2 364         7 274         603   208      3 079       433   387         3 843    101    796         352       68   025         666         20    612
Iowa City, IA MSA                        11            158           527          35   767        300        22   959           201      7    491          26        5   317          36          1    533
Jackson, MI MSA                           5             45           527          20   560        213        12   831           301      5    630          13        2   099          65          2    184

Jackson, MS MSA                           60         1 291         1 621         112   865        767        74   631           751      22   587         103       15   647         226          8 895
Jackson, TN MSA                           10           180           390          22   691        230        14   777           127       3   984          33        3   930          17            456
Jacksonville, FL MSA                      93         1 965         4 492         280   543      1 583       173   982         2 660      68   831         249       37   730         606         24 525
Jacksonville, NC MSA                       9            (D)          414          15   254        155         6   363           233       5   214          26        3   677          32            482
Jamestown, NY MSA                         14             86          465          16   954        164        11   543           292       4   134           9        1   277          50            982

Janesville–Beloit, WI MSA                  3             (D)           589        26 524           291       17 564            282        6 460            16        2 500            42          1 039
Johnson City– Kingsport–
 Bristol, TN–VA MSA                       21             330       1 344          67 427           681       44 494            576       13 184            87        9 749           106          2 673
Johnstown, PA MSA                         14             222         633          32 647           367       26 674            248        5 048            18          925            50          1 143
Joplin, MO MSA                            12             171         412          16 755           151        9 323            243        4 653            18        2 779            56          2 888
Kalamazoo–Battle Creek, MI
 MSA                                      32             419       1 724         123 711           805       90 288            839       23 959            80        9 464           132          3 861

Kansas City, MO–KS MSA                  149          3 418         8 506         636   593      3 844       439   972         4 286    128    271         376       68 350        1 048          35 450
Killeen–Temple, TX MSA                   19            250           822          37   145        348        19   192           400      9    792          74        8 161          115           2 626
Knoxville, TN MSA                        42            604         2 875         236   916      1 316       150   487         1 353     42    309         206       44 120          276          11 322
Kokomo, IN MSA                            3             (D)          329          12   928        143         8   497           177      3    642           9          789           25             319
La Crosse, WI–MN MSA                     16            144           401          22   026        211        13   951           167      5    452          23        2 623           48           1 359

Lafayette, LA MSA                         31             676       1 155          51 759           662       35 302            439       10 356            54        6 101           151          4 948
Lafayette, IN MSA                         13              76         619          28 685           234       16 660            355        7 179            30        4 846            43          2 075
Lake Charles, LA MSA                      11             139         579          30 695           282       19 958            245        5 638            52        5 099            56          1 414
Lakeland–Winter Haven, FL
 MSA                                      34             838       1 882          98 562          748        55 415           1 004      27 699           130       15 448           228          6 641
Lancaster, PA MSA                         24             429       2 455         185 933        1 313       119 847             994      31 504           148       34 582           190          5 318

Lansing–East Lansing, MI
 MSA                                      37           582         2 273         186   954      1 238       149   130           948     24    209          87       13   615         228          6 540
Laredo, TX MSA                             5            (D)          360          29   644        227        20   260           103      3    860          30        5   524          51          1 341
Las Cruces, NM MSA                         7           133           468          23   933        200        13   625           219      5    072          49        5   236          56            864
Las Vegas, NV–AZ MSA                      50         1 088         6 211         346   834      1 527       181   282         4 364    117    311         320       48   241         968         45 058
Lawrence, KS MSA                           6            (D)          476          33   543        251        18   809           184      5    357          41        9   377          39            618

Lawton, OK MSA                            11             158         365          12   673         149        6   696           203       4   493          13        1   484          30            928
Lewiston–Auburn, ME MSA                    2              (D)        471          31   786         273       24   786           173       3   711          25        3   289          55             (D)
Lexington, KY MSA                         27             553       2 212         145   611         994       96   251         1 101      25   512         117       23   848         178          5 766
Lima, OH MSA                               9             137         588          27   479         288       19   672           279       5   703          21        2   104          41            882
Lincoln, NE MSA                           26             350       1 227          69   810         628       48   340           565      15   474          34        5   996         136          5 888
Little Rock–North Little Rock,
 AR MSA                                   66         1 371         2 513         181 658        1 236       130 511           1 101      31 566           176       19 581           338         12 294
Longview–Marshall, TX MSA                 19           396           724          33 384          387        22 660             303       8 225            34        2 499           133          3 309

Los Angeles–Riverside– Orange
 County, CA CMSA                      1 435         34 956        93 151     7 851 819         34 595     5 592 312       55 304      1 736 697        3 252       522 810       18 550         766 030
  Los Angeles–Long Beach,
   CA PMSA                              780         18 119        56 875     5 259 291         23 943     3 973 402       31 092       966 380         1 840       319 509       10 636         466 600
  Orange County, CA PMSA                323          8 418        20 032     1 750 722          6 920     1 184 685       12 191       441 089           921       124 948        4 923         208 751
  Riverside–San Bernardino,
   CA PMSA                              255          6 185        12 502         607 956        2 595       291 453           9 490    253 621            417       62 882        2 287          69 474
  Ventura, CA PMSA                       77          2 234         3 742         233 850        1 137       142 772           2 531     75 607             74       15 471          704          21 205

Louisville, KY–IN MSA                     75         1 641         5 089         306   829      1 966       184   884         2 878      71   509         245       50   436         387         10    259
Lubbock, TX MSA                           50         1 261           937          55   340        497        41   239           408      11   540          32        2   561         174          5    738
Lynchburg, VA MSA                          4            (D)          891          48   769        399        30   896           421       9   587          71        8   286          69          1    444
Macon, GA MSA                             21           747           890          58   721        395        39   327           419      12   042          76        7   352          99          3    995
Madison, WI MSA                           34           855         2 657         243   633      1 569       192   597           997      34   793          91       16   243         246          7    907

Mansfield, OH MSA                         12             (D)           697        33 001           316       24 849            362        6 715            19        1 437            46          1 060
McAllen–Edinburg–Mission, TX
 MSA                                      10             241           839        54 559           426       35 878            273        7 308           140       11 373           104          3 660
Medford–Ashland, OR MSA                    7              83           984        53 690           293       23 542            651       18 194            40       11 954            84          2 670
Melbourne–Titusville– Palm
 Bay, FL MSA                              27           488         2 773         119 114          706        54 800           1 949      45 193           118       19 121           295          8 170
Memphis, TN–AR–MS MSA                     66         2 332         4 297         324 365        1 765       200 828           2 324      79 178           208       44 359           493         18 605
Merced, CA MSA                             6           103           525          26 168          224        18 221             287       6 741            14        1 206            39          1 406


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Table 4.         Nonemployer Statistics for Metropolitan Areas: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A. For definitions of CMSA’s, MSA’s, and PMSA’s, see appendix D]


                                                                                                                                                            Insurance agents, brokers, and services
                                                                                                                                                                           (SIC 64)
                                                                                            Security and commodity
                                                                  Nondepository credit
                                   Depository institutions                                     brokers, dealers,          Insurance carriers
                                                                      institutions
                                         (SIC 60)                                           exchanges, and services            (SIC 63)
                                                                        (SIC 61)                    (SIC 62)                                                                         Offices of insurance
       Geographic area
                                                                                                                                                               Total                 agents and brokers
                                                                                                                                                                                        (SIC 6411 pt.)


                                   Establish-                    Establish-                 Establish-                  Establish-                    Establish-                   Establish-
                                       ments      Revenue            ments      Revenue         ments      Revenue          ments      Revenue            ments        Revenue         ments       Revenue
                                    (number)      ($1,000)        (number)      ($1,000)     (number)      ($1,000)      (number)      ($1,000)        (number)        ($1,000)     (number)       ($1,000)

Miami–Fort Lauderdale, FL
 CMSA                                      9             (D)           616       25 902           726       33 134             20         2 120          5 332         147 900        4 937         140 160
  Fort Lauderdale, FL PMSA                 1             (D)           283        9 568           393       12 453              7           408          2 530          63 693        2 364          60 230
  Miami, FL PMSA                           8             (D)           333       16 334           333       20 681             13         1 712          2 802          84 207        2 573          79 930

Milwaukee–Racine, WI CMSA                  2             (D)            70           (D)          268         8 923             6              (D)       2 103          58 815        1 993           55 677
  Milwaukee–Waukesha, WI
   PMSA                                    2             (D)            69           (D)          255         8 552             3               (D)      1 927          55 477        1 827           52 631
  Racine, WI PMSA                          –               –             1           (D)           13           371             3              470         176           3 338          166            3 046

Minneapolis–St. Paul, MN–WI
 MSA                                       6         1 946             155        7 683           947       32   465           13              (D)       3 891         122   515      3 662         117    740
Mobile, AL MSA                             1            (D)             26        2 754            38        1   489            2              (D)         622          16   559        560          14    637
Modesto, CA MSA                            1            (D)             25        1 050            38        1   717            –                –         361          10   263        340           9    819
Monroe, LA MSA                             –              –              9          379            18        1   506            –                –         304           7   016        285           6    756
Montgomery, AL MSA                         –              –             14          684            17             (D)           1              (D)         432          10   850        411          10    547

Muncie, IN MSA                             –               –             6           72            18           667             1              (D)         141           3   373        138               (D)
Myrtle Beach, SC MSA                       1             (D)             8          170            15           584             1              (D)         246           5   025        223            4 628
Naples, FL MSA                             –               –            26        1 564            60         2 649             –                –         303          11   838        286           11 361
Nashville, TN MSA                          1             (D)            54        2 404           148         6 937             1              (D)       1 714          50   163      1 629           48 556
New London–Norwich, CT–RI
 MSA                                       –               –            11          145            39         1 054             –                –         242           5 123          216            4 653
New Orleans, LA MSA                        2             (D)            75        5 497           162         6 988             5              553       1 834          50 123        1 725           47 214

New York–Northern New
 Jersey–Long Island, NY–NJ–
 CT–PA CMSA                               47        10 843          1 412        70 518        5 851            (D)            35              (D)      22 068         801   408     20 451                 (D)
  Bergen–Passaic, NJ PMSA                  4            (D)           155         8 709          414        23 487              2              (D)       1 880          68   282      1 744           65   574
  Bridgeport, CT PMSA                      –              –            30           971           70         3 321              2              (D)         546          16   101        506           15   128
  Danbury, CT PMSA                         –              –            16           672           65         1 656              –                –         252           8   305        226            7   708
  Dutchess County, NY PMSA                 –              –            10           599           37            (D)             –                –         276           7   314        251            6   908
  Jersey City, NJ PMSA                     1            (D)            49         1 858          103            (D)             1              (D)         349           8   509        322                 (D)

  Middlesex–Somerset–
   Hunterdon, NJ PMSA                      1             (D)            90        3 096           290       12 349              4              133       1 456          45 468        1 342           41 464
  Monmouth–Ocean, NJ
   PMSA                                    –               –           115        3 912          396        31 145              2            (D)         1 642          46 910        1 482          43 666
  Nassau–Suffolk, NY PMSA                  6             (D)           306       16 703        1 119        59 099             10         2 056          5 121         211 144        4 790         201 636
  New Haven–Meriden, CT
   PMSA                                    2            (D)             28        1 576          116         3 356              –             –            668          20 499          609          18 747
  New York, NY PMSA                       30         9 361             396       22 582        2 288       141 067             10         2 784          5 998         217 874        5 605         210 624

  Newark, NJ PMSA                          1             (D)           141        6 304           489       32 971              2              (D)       2 566          99 153        2 364           93 938
  Newburgh, NY–PA PMSA                     –               –            18          544            66        3 005              1              (D)         284           7 257          252            6 579
  Stamford–Norwalk, CT
   PMSA                                    2             (D)            32        1 536           283       20 103              1              (D)          523         28 743           487          26 780
  Trenton, NJ PMSA                         –               –            16        1 188            83        4 463              –                –          287          9 789           271           9 561
  Waterbury, CT PMSA                       –               –            10          268            32           (D)             –                –          220          6 060           200           5 732

Norfolk–Virginia Beach–
 Newport News, VA–NC MSA                   –              –             50        3 074           152         5 493             1            (D)         1 542          34   562      1 492           33   376
Ocala, FL MSA                              –              –             14          264            14           290             1            (D)           281           5   817        264            5   555
Odessa–Midland, TX MSA                     –              –              4           (D)           43         1 962             –              –           347           9   028        332            8   420
Oklahoma City, OK MSA                     26         2 199              62        2 740           186         6 022             8         1 633          1 885          54   133      1 769           50   409
Omaha, NE–IA MSA                           2            (D)             37        1 177           155         4 984             2            (D)         1 263          32   388      1 208           30   940

Orlando, FL MSA                            3             (D)           164        5 003           275       12 284              5              262       2 094          54 996        1 944           52 031
Owensboro, KY MSA                          –               –             3           (D)            4           (D)             –                –         121           3 163          116            3 127
Panama City, FL MSA                        –               –             5          476             5            19             –                –         199           3 619          191            3 555
Parkersburg–Marietta, WV–OH
 MSA                                       –                 –           4            (D)          11           205             –                –          201          4 736           194           4 657
Pensacola, FL MSA                          –                 –          17           711           43           905             3              (D)          463          9 997           433           8 293
Peoria–Pekin, IL MSA                       –                 –          16           252           58         1 113             1              (D)          507         11 495           492          11 326

Philadelphia–Wilmington–
 Atlantic City, PA–NJ– DE–MD
 CMSA                                     14             (D)           391       21 162        1 122        54 818             13              (D)       7 075         228 353        6 518                 (D)
  Atlantic–Cape May, NJ
   PMSA                                    –             –              15          509            46           (D)             1            (D)           329           9 761          303           9 409
  Philadelphia, PA–NJ PMSA                13         3 063             324       16 822           971       47 461             11         1 132          6 140         200 967        5 645         189 484
  Vineland–Millville– Bridgeton,
   NJ PMSA                                 –                 –           5           130           10            (D)            –                –          114          2 121           110                (D)
  Wilmington–Newark, DE–MD
   PMSA                                    1             (D)            47        3 701            95         4 366             1              (D)          492         15 504           460          14 884

Phoenix–Mesa, AZ MSA                       7             (D)           159        7 422           676       22 471             23         3 979          3 672         105 789        3 424           99 911
Pine Bluff, AR MSA                         –               –             1           (D)            4           (D)             1            (D)            86           2 331           81            2 262
Pittsburgh, PA MSA                         –               –            75        3 546           463       11 793              4            (D)         2 895          78 311        2 749           75 919
Pittsfield, MA MSA                         –               –             2           (D)            7           (D)             –              –            61              (D)          51               (D)
Portland, ME MSA                           –               –            12          537            61        1 499              3            (D)           348           9 860          306            8 708

Portland–Salem, OR–WA
 CMSA                                      3             (D)           104        3 555           435       10 879              1              (D)       2 586          75 256        2 466           72 779
  Portland–Vancouver, OR–WA
   PMSA                                    1             (D)            97        3 517           407       10 524              1              (D)       2 186          65 431        2 086           63 273
  Salem, OR PMSA                           2             (D)             7           38            28          355              –                –         400           9 825          380            9 506

Providence–Fall River–
 Warwick, RI–MA MSA                        3             (D)            64        2 593           164         5 327             3              761       1 262          30   121      1 139           27   711
Provo–Orem, UT MSA                         1             (D)            24          501            40         1 632             2               (D)        387           9   964        368            9   538
Pueblo, CO MSA                             –               –             5           28            13           288             –                 –        108           2   549        101            2   297
Punta Gorda, FL MSA                        –               –            11          371            19           747             –                 –        140           3   848        125            3   566
Raleigh–Durham–Chapel Hill,
 NC MSA                                    1             (D)            48        2 365           159         5 872             2              (D)       1 406          35 634        1 312           33 695


34      SUMMARY                                                                                     FIRE INDUSTRIES NONEMPLOYER STATISTICS SERIES


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Table 4.         Nonemployer Statistics for Metropolitan Areas: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A. For definitions of CMSA’s, MSA’s, and PMSA’s, see appendix D]

                                     Insurance agents,
                                        brokers, and                                                            Real estate
                                       services Con.                                                             (SIC 65)
                                          (SIC 64)                                                                                                                                Holding and other
                                                                                                                                                                                  investment offices
                                                                                              Real estate operators       Real estate agents,                                          (SIC 67)
                                      Insurance related                                                                                              Land subdividers and
       Geographic area                 services, n.e.c.                  Total               (except developers) and      managers, and title            developers
                                                                                                     lessors               abstract offices
                                        (SIC 6411 pt.)                                                                                                    (SIC 655)
                                                                                                    (SIC 651)                (SIC 653, 4)

                                   Establish-                   Establish-                   Establish-                 Establish-                  Establish-                 Establish-
                                       ments      Revenue           ments        Revenue         ments      Revenue         ments      Revenue          ments     Revenue          ments       Revenue
                                    (number)      ($1,000)       (number)        ($1,000)     (number)      ($1,000)     (number)      ($1,000)      (number)     ($1,000)      (number)       ($1,000)

Miami–Fort Lauderdale, FL
 CMSA                                    395         7 740        23 473      1 503 388         9 798     1 031 908       13 093       390 829            582       80 651        3 938         128 253
  Fort Lauderdale, FL PMSA               166         3 463        10 038        586 269         3 375       364 415        6 447       192 746            216       29 108        1 641          48 675
  Miami, FL PMSA                         229         4 277        13 435        917 119         6 423       667 493        6 646       198 083            366       51 543        2 297          79 578

Milwaukee–Racine, WI CMSA                110         3 138         7 175         581 502        3 536       428 463           3 344      87 770           295       65 269           860         32 354
  Milwaukee–Waukesha, WI
   PMSA                                  100         2 846         6 494         544 591        3 188       404 581           3 047      81 120           259       58 890           789         30 067
  Racine, WI PMSA                         10           292           681          36 911          348        23 882             297       6 650            36        6 379            71          2 287

Minneapolis–St. Paul, MN–WI
 MSA                                     229         4 775        15 602      1 323    033      7 418       986   770         7 655    254    004         529       82   259      2 064          82    954
Mobile, AL MSA                            62         1 922         2 233        152    536        981        98   883         1 093     34    465         159       19   188        259           7    844
Modesto, CA MSA                           21           444         1 659         91    067        616        51   796           981     24    780          62       14   491        170           6    791
Monroe, LA MSA                            19           260           531         38    993        314        33   598           196      3    837          21        1   558         81           1    947
Montgomery, AL MSA                        21           303         1 251        112    696        634        82   147           549     16    385          68       14   164        116           4    378

Muncie, IN MSA                             3            (D)          388          19   764        179        13   011           186       3   285          23        3   468          34            359
Myrtle Beach, SC MSA                      23           397         1 224          62   685        345        25   483           785      24   937          94       12   265         204          4 866
Naples, FL MSA                            17           477         2 922         148   719        724        64   965         2 060      66   649         138       17   105         494         10 671
Nashville, TN MSA                         85         1 607         5 889         442   452      2 709       305   270         2 900      88   882         280       48   300         715         29 361
New London–Norwich, CT–RI
 MSA                                      26           470         1 521          87 214          743        61 747             712      18 332            66        7 135           120          3 762
New Orleans, LA MSA                      109         2 909         5 450         296 296        2 211       200 554           3 125      76 433           114       19 309           595         25 818

New York–Northern New
 Jersey–Long Island, NY–NJ–
 CT–PA CMSA                           1 617             (D)      137   776   11 372 699        83 364     9 307   177     51 981      1 646   447      2 431       419   075     19 483         917    099
  Bergen–Passaic, NJ PMSA               136          2 708        13   074    1 150 959         8 273       976   684      4 582        136   846        219        37   429      1 456          58    421
  Bridgeport, CT PMSA                    40            973         2   850      196 010         1 357       130   906      1 399         37   536         94        27   568        301          10    365
  Danbury, CT PMSA                       26            597         1   772      108 367           752        64   699        958         29   953         62        13   715        205          10    187
  Dutchess County, NY PMSA               25            406         1   595       94 134           739        61   421        786         20   066         70        12   647        194           5    648
  Jersey City, NJ PMSA                   27             (D)        2   695      222 496         1 934       193   956        719         19   505         42         9   035        238           7    010

  Middlesex–Somerset–
   Hunterdon, NJ PMSA                    114         4 004         7 755         496 107        4 045       373 491           3 547      96 508           163       26 108           926         29 864
  Monmouth–Ocean, NJ
   PMSA                                  160         3 244         7 768        407 133         3 620       282 565           4 007     99 507            141       25 061          896          26 957
  Nassau–Suffolk, NY PMSA                331         9 508        22 722      1 871 918        13 852     1 528 362           8 566    288 654            304       54 902        3 188         117 239
  New Haven–Meriden, CT
   PMSA                                   59         1 752         3 895        278 887         2 066       214 158        1 708        44 700            121       20 029          338          13 468
  New York, NY PMSA                      393         7 250        48 702      4 703 342        33 192     4 055 138       14 914       564 441            596       83 763        8 291         461 696

  Newark, NJ PMSA                        202         5 215        14 995      1 135 555         8 592       904 804           6 082    169 818            321       60 933        1 863          89 361
  Newburgh, NY–PA PMSA                    32           678         1 922         85 492           923        58 420             942     19 296             57        7 776          207           4 557
  Stamford–Norwalk, CT
   PMSA                                   36         1 963         4 542         412 098        2 307       310 698           2 098      78 958           137       22 442        1 002          65 157
  Trenton, NJ PMSA                        16           228         2 214         118 059        1 051        86 403           1 109      24 493            54        7 163          264          12 778
  Waterbury, CT PMSA                      20           328         1 275          92 142          661        65 472             564      16 166            50       10 504          114           4 391

Norfolk–Virginia Beach–
 Newport News, VA–NC MSA                  50         1 186         7 865         532   522      3 441       381   749         4 119      95   123         305       55   650         679         18    626
Ocala, FL MSA                             17           262         1 135          37   136        287        16   916           734      13   942         114        6   278         150          7    444
Odessa–Midland, TX MSA                    15           608           835          37   845        379        24   350           421      10   395          35        3   100         159          6    250
Oklahoma City, OK MSA                    116         3 724         4 348         236   053      1 822       149   248         2 280      58   768         246       28   037         858         24    342
Omaha, NE–IA MSA                          55         1 448         3 286         248   125      1 805       193   254         1 378      40   563         103       14   308         413         17    513

Orlando, FL MSA                          150         2 965         9 487         513 039        2 969       289 890           6 133    170 724            385       52 425        1 130          30 853
Owensboro, KY MSA                          5            36           314          19 318          135        13 628             163      3 969             16        1 721           24             727
Panama City, FL MSA                        8            64           863          45 888          294        30 473             514     11 412             55        4 003           87           2 850
Parkersburg–Marietta, WV–OH
 MSA                                       7            79           469          16 292           223       10 821             225       3 921            21        1 550            31            506
Pensacola, FL MSA                         30         1 704         1 685          70 908           482       31 071           1 044      26 277           159       13 560           173          5 610
Peoria–Pekin, IL MSA                      15           169         1 190          58 090           504       36 482             628      15 873            58        5 735           107          4 308

Philadelphia–Wilmington–
 Atlantic City, PA–NJ– DE–MD
 CMSA                                    557              (D)     33 264      2 354 986        17 036     1 789 416       15 334       400 832            894      164 738        3 904         152 185
  Atlantic–Cape May, NJ
   PMSA                                   26           352         2 627        133 395         1 131        85 577        1 421        34 961             75       12 857          216           6 858
  Philadelphia, PA–NJ PMSA               495        11 483        26 726      1 953 470        13 818     1 506 511       12 233       324 341            675      122 618        3 017         108 469
  Vineland–Millville– Bridgeton,
   NJ PMSA                                 4              (D)          647        24 239           373       19 021            259        3 877            15        1 341            49          1 639
  Wilmington–Newark, DE–MD
   PMSA                                   32              620      3 264         243 882        1 714       178 307           1 421      37 653           129       27 922           622         35 219

Phoenix–Mesa, AZ MSA                     248         5 878        14 923         842   096      5 196       487   634         9 244    300    142         483       54 320        2 568          89    105
Pine Bluff, AR MSA                         5             69          224           9   506        140         7   308            64      1    607          20          591           41           1    824
Pittsburgh, PA MSA                       146         2 392         9 794         610   782      4 563       451   661         4 926    107    058         305       52 063          980          37    653
Pittsfield, MA MSA                        10            (D)          434          21   321        189        11   190           226      6    328          19        3 803           64           1    750
Portland, ME MSA                          42         1 152         1 846         155   796        954       117   667           781     26    974         111       11 155          140           5    597

Portland–Salem, OR–WA
 CMSA                                    120         2 477        10 852         722 522        3 863       446 360           6 609    205 287            380       70 875        1 168          45 595
  Portland–Vancouver, OR–WA
   PMSA                                  100         2 158         9 401         637 623        3 235       393 042           5 828    179 483            338       65 098        1 019          41 971
  Salem, OR PMSA                          20           319         1 451          84 899          628        53 318             781     25 804             42        5 777          149           3 624

Providence–Fall River–
 Warwick, RI–MA MSA                      123         2 410         6 193         446   634      3 272       331   773         2 704      77   074         217       37   787         563         19    052
Provo–Orem, UT MSA                        19           426         1 080          66   336        483        34   206           515      17   565          82       14   565         212          4    855
Pueblo, CO MSA                             7           252           444          17   983        247        10   963           190       5   689           7        1   331          54          1    924
Punta Gorda, FL MSA                       15           282         1 063          31   921        211        13   227           811      14   181          41        4   513         107          2    295
Raleigh–Durham–Chapel Hill,
 NC MSA                                   94         1 939         5 434         397 445        2 498       245 913           2 564      80 598           372       70 934           534         16 425


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Table 4.         Nonemployer Statistics for Metropolitan Areas: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A. For definitions of CMSA’s, MSA’s, and PMSA’s, see appendix D]


                                                                                                                                                               Insurance agents, brokers, and services
                                                                                                                                                                              (SIC 64)
                                                                                             Security and commodity
                                                                  Nondepository credit
                                   Depository institutions                                      brokers, dealers,           Insurance carriers
                                                                      institutions
                                         (SIC 60)                                            exchanges, and services             (SIC 63)
                                                                        (SIC 61)                     (SIC 62)                                                                           Offices of insurance
       Geographic area
                                                                                                                                                                  Total                 agents and brokers
                                                                                                                                                                                           (SIC 6411 pt.)


                                  Establish-                     Establish-                  Establish-                   Establish-                    Establish-                    Establish-
                                      ments       Revenue            ments      Revenue          ments      Revenue           ments      Revenue            ments         Revenue         ments       Revenue
                                   (number)       ($1,000)        (number)      ($1,000)      (number)      ($1,000)       (number)      ($1,000)        (number)         ($1,000)     (number)       ($1,000)

Rapid City, SD MSA                         –               –             6           23             23           782              –                –           239          4   687          223          4   475
Reading, PA MSA                            –               –             9          288             57         1 015              2              (D)           313          8   014          299          7   861
Redding, CA MSA                            1             (D)            10          291             26           805              –                –           183          4   278          172          4   039
Reno, NV MSA                               –               –            27        1 696             69         1 939              5              (D)           352         12   207          332         11   843
Richland–Kennewick–Pasco,
 WA MSA                                    –                 –           7            (D)           14             234            –                –           128          2 941            123          2 916
Richmond–Petersburg, VA
 MSA                                       –               –            33        1 570            125         4 082              1              (D)       1 385           42   088      1 313           40   861
Roanoke, VA MSA                            1             (D)            10          265             33           914              1              (D)         458           10   719        435           10   311
Rochester, MN MSA                          –               –             3           (D)            35           916              –                –         160            3   510        152            3   359
Rochester, NY MSA                          –               –            34        1 788            182         4 091              –                –         869           21   185        829           20   440
Rockford, IL MSA                           1             (D)             6            73            47           901              1              (D)         485           11   565        468           11   113
Rocky Mount, NC MSA                        –               –             1           (D)             8           226              –                –         197            4   673        185            4   430
Sacramento–Yolo, CA CMSA                   1             (D)           236       11 591            328         9 154              5              201       2 025           59 284        1 904           56 514
  Sacramento, CA PMSA                      1             (D)           229       11 390            306         8 497              5              201       1 929           56 701        1 812           54 059
  Yolo, CA PMSA                            –               –             7          201             22           657              –                –          96            2 583           92            2 455
Saginaw–Bay City–Midland, MI
 MSA                                       –              –              9          477             41        1 371               2               (D)        417           10   135        399           9    978
St. Cloud, MN MSA                          –              –              4           (D)            20          380               –                 –        246            7   027        236           6    906
St. Joseph, MO MSA                         –              –              2           (D)            13          250               –                 –        185            4   680        176           4    524
St. Louis, MO–IL MSA                       3             15            133        9 681            491       14 294              11              985       3 789          104   896      3 620         100    422
Salinas, CA MSA                            –              –             21          794             60        3 388               1               (D)        297           10   366        278           9    937
Salt Lake City–Ogden, UT
 MSA                                       3            (D)             83        3 968            256        8 793              11               (D)      1 784           46   339      1 699           44   875
San Angelo, TX MSA                         –              –              7           40             11          231               –                 –        178            4   195        166            3   941
San Antonio, TX MSA                       14         3 613              64        4 942            180       10 016               9              308       2 204           56   017      2 037           50   981
San Diego, CA MSA                          5            (D)            470       20 073            721       31 197               3               (D)      3 105           95   030      2 898           86   051
San Francisco–Oakland–San
 Jose, CA CMSA                            27         3 648          1 059        54   059       1 935        81    787           11         1 993          7   064        223   117      6   511       207    238
  Oakland, CA PMSA                         4            (D)           355        18   391         592        26    394            3            (D)         2   286         74   099      2   107        68    668
  San Francisco, CA PMSA                   4           100            249        15   591         746        27    874            5           375          2   124         67   653      1   965        62    682
  San Jose, CA PMSA                       17         3 329            284        12   471         372        19    178            2            (D)         1   462         48   678      1   333        45    651
  Santa Cruz–Watsonville, CA
   PMSA                                    1             (D)            39        1 806             52         2 289              –                –           237          6 844            218          6 497
  Santa Rosa, CA PMSA                      1             (D)            89        4 550            115         4 821              1              (D)           508         14 919            471         13 871
  Vallejo–Fairfield–Napa, CA
   PMSA                                    –                 –          43        1 250             58         1 231              –                –           447         10 924            417          9 869
San Luis Obispo–Atascadero–
 Paso Robles, CA MSA                       –                 –          14            320           43         1 249              –                –           267         10 161            237          9 149
Santa Barbara–Santa Maria–
 Lompoc, CA MSA                            –               –            40        1 554            105         3 393              –                –           326         15   294          306         14   811
Santa Fe, NM MSA                           1             (D)            10           (D)            20           759              –                –           117          3   070          107          2   381
Sarasota–Bradenton, FL MSA                 1             (D)            56        1 727            173         5 410              1              (D)           955         26   986          896         24   736
Savannah, GA MSA                           –               –            13        1 097             18           774              1              (D)           349          9   708          329          9   266
Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–
 Hazleton, PA MSA                          –                 –          17            537           50         2 793              3              (D)           664         15 320            628         14 849
Seattle–Tacoma–Bremerton,
 WA CMSA                                   6             (D)           300       11 974            714       22 228               5              (D)       3 431           97 713        3 209           91 036
  Bremerton, WA PMSA                       –               –             7          209             31          815               –                –         134            2 462          123            2 347
  Olympia, WA PMSA                         –               –             7          203             41          718               –                –         181            4 248          167            3 883
  Seattle–Bellevue–Everett, WA
   PMSA                                    5             (D)           250       10 941            556       18 736               4              (D)       2 529           76 518        2 358           70 899
  Tacoma, WA PMSA                          1             (D)            36          621             86        1 959               1              (D)         587           14 485          561           13 907
Sharon, PA MSA                             –               –             3            (D)           24             536            –                –           121          3 169            119             (D)
Sheboygan, WI MSA                          –               –             1            (D)            8              (D)           –                –           137          3 039            126          2 966
Sherman–Denison, TX MSA                    1             (D)             2            (D)            8               75           1              (D)           129          3 848            112          3 262
Shreveport–Bossier City, LA
 MSA                                       6             (D)            22            401           40         1 376              1              (D)           640         15 377            599         14 224
Sioux City, IA–NE MSA                      –               –             5             (D)          22         1 309              1              (D)           247          7 139            241             (D)
Sioux Falls, SD MSA                        1             (D)            13            362           37             877            1              (D)           477         12   509          452         12   041
South Bend, IN MSA                         1             (D)             7            211           33         1   777            –                –           376         10   393          356          9   813
Spokane, WA MSA                            –               –            21            478          107         4   205            –                –           556         14   958          525         14   619
Springfield, IL MSA                        –               –            11            413           37         1   627            1              (D)           384          9   710          348          9   058
Springfield, MO MSA                        –               –             8            117           70         2   321            –                –           607         14   884          581         14   311
Springfield, MA MSA                        –                 –          17            969           58         2 404              1              (D)           590         15 481            521         14 254
State College, PA MSA                      –                 –           3             (D)          23           605              –                –           108          2 364            103          2 316
Steubenville–Weirton, OH–WV
 MSA                                       –               –             2           (D)             8            90              –                –           153          3 344            145          3 245
Stockton–Lodi, CA MSA                      2             (D)            37        3 636             54         2 117              1              (D)           452         13 781            430         13 111
Sumter, SC MSA                             –               –             2           (D)             6           139              –                –           118          1 910            116             (D)
Syracuse, NY MSA                           –                 –          20            660          110         8 260              7              565           790         22 279            739         21 043
Tallahassee, FL MSA                        –                 –          13            591           28           740              1               (D)          325          8 146            304          6 853
Tampa–St. Petersburg–
 Clearwater, FL MSA                        3             (D)           206        9 603            515       16 681               9         1 253          3 529           93 264        3 301           88 811
Terre Haute, IN MSA                        –               –             4           22             13          233               –             –            169            3 747          160            3 687
Texarkana, TX–Texarkana, AR
 MSA                                       –                 –           5            373            8             109            –                –           167          4 470            155          4 058
Toledo, OH MSA                             –               –            30          659             94         3   033            –                –         910           26   258        864           25 524
Topeka, KS MSA                             –               –             1           (D)            32         2   954            1              (D)         334            8   537        319               (D)
Tucson, AZ MSA                             2             (D)            24        1 600            126         3   597            –                –         862           20   937        817           20 121
Tulsa, OK MSA                              3               6            34        1 120            136         5   135            1              (D)       1 325           40   330      1 224           37 413
Tuscaloosa, AL MSA                         –               –             2           (D)            12             278            –                –         126            2   358        118               (D)
Tyler, TX MSA                              –               –             5            (D)           24         3 190              –                –           356         10 757            327         10 063
Utica–Rome, NY MSA                         1             (D)             8            (D)           30           725              –                –           239          5 548            222          5 325
Victoria, TX MSA                           –               –             3             32            6            (D)             –                –           121          3 559            114          3 464
Visalia–Tulare–Porterville, CA
 MSA                                       –               –             7            196           28         1 114              1              (D)           250          9 745            236          9 103
Waco, TX MSA                               1             (D)            10            358           14           856              3              (D)           343          6 935            319          6 371


36      SUMMARY                                                                                      FIRE INDUSTRIES NONEMPLOYER STATISTICS SERIES


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Table 4.         Nonemployer Statistics for Metropolitan Areas: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A. For definitions of CMSA’s, MSA’s, and PMSA’s, see appendix D]

                                     Insurance agents,
                                        brokers, and                                                            Real estate
                                       services Con.                                                             (SIC 65)
                                          (SIC 64)                                                                                                                                Holding and other
                                                                                                                                                                                  investment offices
                                                                                              Real estate operators       Real estate agents,                                          (SIC 67)
                                     Insurance related                                                                                               Land subdividers and
       Geographic area                services, n.e.c.                   Total               (except developers) and      managers, and title            developers
                                                                                                     lessors               abstract offices
                                       (SIC 6411 pt.)                                                                                                     (SIC 655)
                                                                                                    (SIC 651)                (SIC 653, 4)

                                  Establish-                    Establish-                   Establish-                 Establish-                  Establish-                 Establish-
                                      ments       Revenue           ments        Revenue         ments      Revenue         ments      Revenue          ments     Revenue          ments       Revenue
                                   (number)       ($1,000)       (number)        ($1,000)     (number)      ($1,000)     (number)      ($1,000)      (number)     ($1,000)      (number)       ($1,000)

Rapid City, SD MSA                        16             212         441          25   853          230      18   296           187       4   652          24        2   905           57         2    671
Reading, PA MSA                           14             153       1 400          89   173          629      51   699           703      23   056          68       14   418          128         6    471
Redding, CA MSA                           11             239         972          45   695          221      20   515           684      15   208          67        9   972          110         3    022
Reno, NV MSA                              20             364       2 236         136   979          824      77   545         1 322      44   527          90       14   907          354        20    666
Richland–Kennewick–Pasco,
 WA MSA                                    5              25           624        33 978            254      19 225            330        9 805            40        4 948             75         1 164
Richmond–Petersburg, VA
 MSA                                      72         1 227         4 984         375   807      2 186       254   844         2 524      68   645         274       52   318          456        13 022
Roanoke, VA MSA                           23           408         1 417         111   310        691        83   867           670      20   004          56        7   439           93         2 469
Rochester, MN MSA                          8           151           586          47   756        259        26   296           282      14   164          45        7   296           46           730
Rochester, NY MSA                         40           745         5 215         308   163      2 263       222   661         2 846      64   332         106       21   170          528        17 312
Rockford, IL MSA                          17           452         1 621          85   654        624        53   530           932      21   036          65       11   088          124         3 364
Rocky Mount, NC MSA                       12           243           480          30   889        290        22   561           149       4   905          41        3   423           52         1 195
Sacramento–Yolo, CA CMSA                121          2 770         9 815         673 355        3 241       439 595           6 065    155 758            509       78 002        1 379          51 551
  Sacramento, CA PMSA                   117          2 642         9 094         610 355        2 906       396 439           5 719    144 206            469       69 710        1 313          49 663
  Yolo, CA PMSA                           4            128           721          63 000          335        43 156             346     11 552             40        8 292           66           1 888
Saginaw–Bay City–Midland, MI
 MSA                                     18            157         1 473          67   754        712        46   195           714     15    152          47        6   407        170           3    954
St. Cloud, MN MSA                        10            121           748          61   135        467        53   322           249      4    975          32        2   838         76           2    755
St. Joseph, MO MSA                        9            156           357          16   399        137        10   759           203      3    615          17        2   025         33           1    075
St. Louis, MO–IL MSA                    169          4 474        12 810         774   410      5 442       566   743         6 910    148    980         458       58   687      1 363          43    379
Salinas, CA MSA                          19            429         1 938         139   317        819        89   541         1 046     35    453          73       14   323        251           9    525
Salt Lake City–Ogden, UT
 MSA                                     85          1 464         6 487       450     369      3 249       313   287      2 988        94    950         250       42   132      1 263          34    493
San Angelo, TX MSA                       12            254           482        17     783        247        10   793        206         4    990          29        2   000         64           3    216
San Antonio, TX MSA                     167          5 036         5 591       299     305      2 103       183   729      3 221        84    515         267       31   061        829          28    640
San Diego, CA MSA                       207          8 979        17 063     1 211     044      5 476       781   518     10 882       337    576         705       91   950      3 008         111    590
San Francisco–Oakland–San
 Jose, CA CMSA                          553         15   879      44   786   3 621     563     16   090   2 369   836     27   267    1 005   125      1 429       246   602      8   385       383    090
  Oakland, CA PMSA                      179          5   431      13   220     999     943      4   429     626   456      8   398      300   924        393        72   563      2   444       101    159
  San Francisco, CA PMSA                159          4   971      14   767   1 368     942      6   112     959   203      8   137      339   695        518        70   044      3   124       167    031
  San Jose, CA PMSA                     129          3   027      10   161     860     474      3   627     578   200      6   245      229   400        289        52   874      1   893        80    063
  Santa Cruz–Watsonville, CA
   PMSA                                   19           347         1 607         103 413            490      57 675           1 070      34 409            47       11 329            229         7 914
  Santa Rosa, CA PMSA                     37         1 048         2 932         174 859            849      83 606           1 958      60 487           125       30 766            387        14 589
  Vallejo–Fairfield–Napa, CA
   PMSA                                   30         1 055         2 099         113 932            583      64 696           1 459      40 210            57        9 026            308        12 334
San Luis Obispo–Atascadero–
 Paso Robles, CA MSA                      30         1 012         1 673          96 355            528      51 601           1 062      29 309            83       15 445            212         6 706
Santa Barbara–Santa Maria–
 Lompoc, CA MSA                           20           483         2   813       229   464      1 203       159   261         1 502     44    157         108       26   046          424        14    905
Santa Fe, NM MSA                          10           689         1   016        63   842        348        30   590           603     23    084          65       10   168          128         3    780
Sarasota–Bradenton, FL MSA                59         2 250         5   246       264   223      1 479       115   567         3 586    113    059         181       35   597          681        22    958
Savannah, GA MSA                          20           442         1   006        64   217        431        40   109           515     15    681          60        8   427          105         5    748
Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–
 Hazleton, PA MSA                         36             471       2 306         127 574        1 236        91 193            965       21 193           105       15 188            173         3 643
Seattle–Tacoma–Bremerton,
 WA CMSA                                222          6 677        21 583     1 519 842          8 885     1 055 070       11 742       346 476            956      118 296        2 962         100 568
  Bremerton, WA PMSA                     11            115         1 113        45 810            305        22 300          744        17 631             64        5 879          132           3 597
  Olympia, WA PMSA                       14            365           891        37 554            263        18 295          582        15 018             46        4 241           92           1 879
  Seattle–Bellevue–Everett, WA
   PMSA                                 171          5 619        16 371     1 249 800          7 106       899 616           8 617    263 925            648       86 259        2 382          85 205
  Tacoma, WA PMSA                        26            578         3 208       186 678          1 211       114 859           1 799     49 902            198       21 917          356           9 887
Sharon, PA MSA                             2              (D)          246        11 897            126       8 275            107        1 967            13        1 655             16           654
Sheboygan, WI MSA                         11               73          354        16 107            179      10 632            153        2 931            22        2 544             27           563
Sherman–Denison, TX MSA                   17             586           325        11 507            147       7 077            158        3 684            20          746             55         1 071
Shreveport–Bossier City, LA
 MSA                                      41         1 153         1 421          89 889            713      69 319            663       16 725            45        3 845            232         7 712
Sioux City, IA–NE MSA                      6            (D)          512          32 940            314      26 630            192        5 794             6          516             55         2 718
Sioux Falls, SD MSA                       25             468         851          60   321          491      41   234           325      10   905          35        8   182           72         1    698
South Bend, IN MSA                        20             580       1 081          79   695          518      58   885           512      12   433          51        8   377          105         4    058
Spokane, WA MSA                           31             339       2 264         121   760          920      73   475         1 199      32   359         145       15   926          274         6    033
Springfield, IL MSA                       36             652         969          65   616          431      40   154           482      13   962          56       11   500          107         3    377
Springfield, MO MSA                       26             573       1 383          88   368          586      52   978           695      20   530         102       14   860          121         4    808
Springfield, MA MSA                       69         1 227         2 539         203 482        1 209       153 249           1 242      29 776            88       20 457            238         8 007
State College, PA MSA                      5            48           570          42 304          316        27 888             217       5 567            37        8 849             41           861
Steubenville–Weirton, OH–WV
 MSA                                       8               99        342          11 801            189       9 569             148       2 191             5           41             20           272
Stockton–Lodi, CA MSA                     22             670       2 180         169 746            927     108 726           1 128      29 656           125       31 364            241         8 358
Sumter, SC MSA                             2              (D)        239          10 125             97       5 048             114       2 128            28        2 949             35         1 741
Syracuse, NY MSA                          51         1 236         3 277         219 769        1 544       171 712           1 629      35 987           104       12 070            270         7 362
Tallahassee, FL MSA                       21         1 293         1 424          79 629          601        53 424             709      15 342           114       10 863            130         3 799
Tampa–St. Petersburg–
 Clearwater, FL MSA                     228          4 453        12 458         600 533        3 891       330 292           8 173    215 078            394       55 163        1 725          49 345
Terre Haute, IN MSA                       9             60           363          18 163          153        12 009             197      3 546             13        2 608           47           1 388
Texarkana, TX–Texarkana, AR
 MSA                                      12             412           287        10 762            160        6 243           108        3 076            19        1 443             46              974
Toledo, OH MSA                           46            734         2 691         181   020      1 301       133   632         1 295      29   950          95       17   438          257         6    411
Topeka, KS MSA                           15             (D)          888          49   976        479        36   266           374       9   938          35        3   772           72         2    536
Tucson, AZ MSA                           45            816         4 226         241   023      1 374       145   277         2 724      72   077         128       23   669          602        17    954
Tulsa, OK MSA                           101          2 917         3 603         203   221      1 424       134   409         2 022      48   949         157       19   863          500        20    562
Tuscaloosa, AL MSA                        8             (D)          456          42   550        222        26   010           198       6   828          36        9   712           49         1    773
Tyler, TX MSA                             29             694         745          32 333            344      20 452            363        9 130            38        2 751            139         4 253
Utica–Rome, NY MSA                        17             223       1 012          44 782            487      33 880            495        8 505            30        2 397             87         1 734
Victoria, TX MSA                           7              95         333          12 631            198       7 592            109        2 713            26        2 326             26           489
Visalia–Tulare–Porterville, CA
 MSA                                      14             642       1 266          72 697            538      41 442            667       18 199            61       13 056            115         3 047
Waco, TX MSA                              24             564         709          31 123            411      23 634            267        6 610            31          879            155         7 964


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Table 4.         Nonemployer Statistics for Metropolitan Areas: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A. For definitions of CMSA’s, MSA’s, and PMSA’s, see appendix D]


                                                                                                                                                          Insurance agents, brokers, and services
                                                                                                                                                                         (SIC 64)
                                                                                           Security and commodity
                                                                  Nondepository credit
                                   Depository institutions                                    brokers, dealers,         Insurance carriers
                                                                      institutions
                                         (SIC 60)                                          exchanges, and services           (SIC 63)
                                                                        (SIC 61)                   (SIC 62)                                                                        Offices of insurance
       Geographic area
                                                                                                                                                             Total                 agents and brokers
                                                                                                                                                                                      (SIC 6411 pt.)


                                  Establish-                     Establish-                Establish-                Establish-                     Establish-                   Establish-
                                      ments       Revenue            ments      Revenue        ments      Revenue        ments       Revenue            ments        Revenue         ments       Revenue
                                   (number)       ($1,000)        (number)      ($1,000)    (number)      ($1,000)    (number)       ($1,000)        (number)        ($1,000)     (number)       ($1,000)

Washington–Baltimore, DC–
 MD–VA–WV CMSA                            11             (D)           531           (D)      1 186            (D)          13               (D)       7 209         214 825        6 752         204 529
  Baltimore, MD PMSA                       5             (D)           190        8 010         357        12 924            4               (D)       3 037          87 023        2 822          82 613
  Hagerstown, MD PMSA                      –               –             4           (D)          6            (D)           –                 –         118           2 527          113           2 516
  Washington, DC–MD– VA–
   WV PMSA                                 6            439            337       16 562          823       33 139            9               975       4 054         125 275        3 817         119 400


Waterloo–Cedar Falls, IA MSA               –                 –           2           (D)          14         1 063           1               (D)          186          3 849           175           3 669
Wausau, WI MSA                             –                 –           2           (D)          26           588           –                 –          198          4 693           193           4 640
West Palm Beach–Boca Raton,
 FL MSA                                    –               –           184        7 310          463       20 654            5               182       1 914          60   974      1 804           56   126
Wheeling, WV–OH MSA                        –               –             4            18          12          260            1                (D)        143           2   994        139            2   905
Wichita, KS MSA                            –               –            12          241          129        3 872            –                  –        822          21   343        761           19   822
Wichita Falls, TX MSA                      –               –             6           (D)          14            97           1                (D)        319           9   373        295            8   766
Williamsport, PA MSA                       1             (D)             –             –          17           (D)           –                  –        111           3   208        107            3   188
Wilmington, NC MSA                         –               –             9           (D)          16          356            1                (D)        302           6   663        272            6   227
Yakima, WA MSA                             –               –             2           (D)          17          363            1                (D)        145           3   963        132            3   859
York, PA MSA                               –               –             8          175           30          555            –                  –        320           8   066        303            7   821


Youngstown–Warren, OH MSA                  1             (D)            18        1 731           75         3 241            –                –          655         16 738           631          16 453
Yuba City, CA MSA                          –               –             7          175           21         1 111            –                –          100          2 344            89           2 237
Yuma, AZ MSA                               –               –             6        1 082           10           154            –                –          108          2 341           100              (D)




38     SUMMARY                                                                                     FIRE INDUSTRIES NONEMPLOYER STATISTICS SERIES


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TSF:TIPS92-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:53 UTF:TIPS93-11125060.DAT;1 9/ 19/ 95 11:12:54 META:NEMP_TIPS96.DAT;10 9/ 19/ 95 11:14:15
Table 4.         Nonemployer Statistics for Metropolitan Areas: 1992 Con.
[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see appendix A. For definitions of CMSA’s, MSA’s, and PMSA’s, see appendix D]

                                     Insurance agents,
                                        brokers, and                                                            Real estate
                                       services Con.                                                             (SIC 65)
                                          (SIC 64)                                                                                                                               Holding and other
                                                                                                                                                                                 investment offices
                                                                                              Real estate operators       Real estate agents,                                         (SIC 67)
                                     Insurance related                                                                                              Land subdividers and
       Geographic area                services, n.e.c.                   Total               (except developers) and      managers, and title           developers
                                                                                                     lessors               abstract offices
                                       (SIC 6411 pt.)                                                                                                    (SIC 655)
                                                                                                    (SIC 651)                (SIC 653, 4)

                                  Establish-                    Establish-                   Establish-                 Establish-                 Establish-                 Establish-
                                      ments       Revenue           ments        Revenue         ments      Revenue         ments      Revenue         ments     Revenue          ments       Revenue
                                   (number)       ($1,000)       (number)        ($1,000)     (number)      ($1,000)     (number)      ($1,000)     (number)     ($1,000)      (number)       ($1,000)

Washington–Baltimore, DC–
 MD–VA–WV CMSA                          457         10 296        47 851     3 649 251         20 453     2 604 585       25 581       733 752        1 817       310 914        6 114         206 820
  Baltimore, MD PMSA                    215          4 410        14 649     1 111 298          6 772       803 771        7 323       187 208          554       120 319        1 745          72 292
  Hagerstown, MD PMSA                     5             11           558        32 435            275        23 095          260         5 029           23         4 311           53           1 814
  Washington, DC–MD– VA–
   WV PMSA                              237          5 875        32 644     2 505 518         13 406     1 777 719       17 998       541 515        1 240       186 284        4 316         132 714


Waterloo–Cedar Falls, IA MSA              11             180          415         15 738           214       10 118            193        4 737            8          883            41          1 598
Wausau, WI MSA                             5              53          381         17 013           216       12 803            156        3 143            9        1 067            34            559
West Palm Beach–Boca Raton,
 FL MSA                                 110          4 848         9 065         557   485      3 022       317   677         5 768    197   098         275       42   710      1 825          64    139
Wheeling, WV–OH MSA                       4             89           399          22   971        238        18   144           145      2   564          16        2   263         35           1    081
Wichita, KS MSA                          61          1 521         2 145         138   644      1 040        97   033           999     27   283         106       14   328        353          14    540
Wichita Falls, TX MSA                    24            607           530          19   867        248        13   465           268      4   923          14        1   479        107           3    822
Williamsport, PA MSA                      4             20           354          18   475        176        13   106           166      3   763          12        1   606         25           1    228
Wilmington, NC MSA                       30            436         1 523          72   700        436        29   543           939     24   784         148       18   373        115           2    920
Yakima, WA MSA                           13            104           677          35   268        377        27   198           282      6   381          18        1   689         64           3    076
York, PA MSA                             17            245         1 684         101   672        803        59   690           779     20   312         102       21   670        118           4    901


Youngstown–Warren, OH MSA                 24             285       2 300         143 056        1 242       110 548            983       20 833           75       11 675           177          5 937
Yuba City, CA MSA                         11             107         480          23 888          158        14 042            298        6 877           24        2 969            53          1 750
Yuma, AZ MSA                               8              (D)        518          17 924          154         8 415            347        8 124           17        1 385            55            904




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Appendix A.
General Explanation


CENSUS COVERAGE AND METHODOLOGY                                                                        employees and represented about 20 percent of
                                                                                                       total revenue of establishments in Major Group 64.
Structure and method of enumeration. Firms in the                                                         Data on revenue, payroll, and employment for
1992 Census of Financial, Insurance, and Real Estate                                                   employer firms below the payroll cutoff were derived
Industries were divided into the nonmail universe and mail                                             or estimated from administrative records of other
universe. The coverage and the method of obtaining                                                     Federal agencies, except for a sample of small
census information from each follow:                                                                   employer firms in Major Group 64 for which special-
                                                                                                       ized data requirements precluded reliance solely on
  1. The nonmail universe consisted of firms which were                                                administrative records sources. This sample was
     not required to file a regular census return and included:                                        included in the mail universe.
      a. All nonemployers, i.e., all firms with no paid employ-
                                                                                              2. The mail universe consisted of firms for which infor-
         ees during 1992. Revenue information for these
                                                                                                 mation was obtained by means of a mail canvass and
         firms was obtained from administrative records of
                                                                                                 included:
         other Federal agencies. Although consisting of
         many firms, nonemployers accounted for less than                                          a. Large employers, i.e., all multiestablishment firms,
         6 percent of total revenue of all establishments                                             and all employer firms above the payroll size cutoff
         covered in the census.                                                                       referred to in section 1b. Within this category, a
             The census included only those financial, insur-                                         report of company organization was conducted
         ance, and real estate nonemployer firms which                                                periodically to identify establishment locations of
         reported a minimum revenue volume of $1,000 or                                               firms which operated at more than one location and
         more during 1992, plus firms in operation for less                                           to obtain information on payroll and mid-March
         than the full year that reported revenue which, if                                           employment at each location. The 1991 Report of
         projected to an annual basis, would have reached a                                           Company Organization was used as a coverage
         total of $1,000 or more. Records with extremely                                              check in the census. In the 1992 census, all mulit-
         large revenues were excluded. The large revenue                                              establishment firms were asked to notify the Cen-
         was assumed to be unreasonable for firms without                                             sus Bureau of any establishments for which a form
         employees. It was assumed to be caused by errors                                             was not received. Report forms were subsequently
         in reporting or data capture, or to cover activities                                         provided to the firms for these establishments.
         conducted (and reported) by firms with paid employ-                                             In the 1992 census, multiestablishment firms
         ees. Standard upper limits were applied to these                                             were divided into two categories of report forms,
         industries, which may underestimate the number of                                            State and establishment. Firms with establishments
         establishments and revenue of nonemployer firms.                                             classified in selected banking (SIC 60) and insur-
         In particular, users may notice an apparent decrease                                         ance (SIC 63) industries were sent report forms to
         in SIC 6552 from 1987 due to the application of the                                          collect information for each State in which those
         upper size limit, which was not used for this industry                                       firms operated. In addition to the information reported
         in the last census.                                                                          in summary for the State, those firms were asked to
            Data for nonemployers are included in this                                                report the payroll and mid-March employment for
         report.                                                                                      each establishment operated in the State. All other
                                                                                                      establishments of multiestablishment firms classi-
      b. Selected small employers, i.e., single-establishment                                         fied in all other financial, insurance, and real estate
         firms with payroll below a specified cutoff classified                                       industries were sent individual report forms for each
         in Major Group 64. (The term ‘‘employers’’ refers to                                         location.
         firms with one or more paid employees at any time                                               All multiestablishment firms were asked to notify
         during 1992 as shown in the active administrative                                            the Census Bureau of any States or establishments
         records of other Federal agencies.) Small employ-                                            for which a form was not received. Report forms
         ers generally included firms with fewer than 10                                              were subsequently provided to the firms for these
                                                                                                      States or establishments.

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        b. The sample of small employer firms in Major Group                                 classification. However, when distinct and separate eco-
           64 for which specialized data precluded reliance                                  nomic activities (for which different industry classification
           solely on administrative records sources. These                                   codes were appropriate) were conducted at a single
           firms were sent the census mailing packages con-                                  location under a single ownership, and when conditions
           taining the appropriate 1992 questionnaire.                                       prescribed by the SIC manual for recognizing the existence
                                                                                             of more than one establishment were met, separate estab-
Method of classifying kinds of business. The financial,                                      lishment reports for each of the different activities were
insurance, and real estate industries classifications for all                                obtained in the census.
establishments were based on the Standard Industrial
Classification Manual: 19871 (SIC). However, the method                                      Firms. A firm is a business organization or entity consist-
of assigning these classifications, and the level of detail at                               ing of one domestic establishment (location) or more
which establishments were classified, differed between                                       under common ownership or control. All establishments of
the nonmail and mail universes as follows:                                                   subsidiary firms are included as part of the owning or
  1. The nonmail universe                                                                    controlling firm. For the economic census, the terms ‘‘firm’’
                                                                                             and ‘‘company’’ are synonymous.
        a. Nonemployers were classified on the basis of infor-
           mation obtained from administrative records of                                    Revenue (Basic dollar volume measure for financial,
           other Federal agencies.                                                           insurance, and real estate establishments covered by
        b. Selected small employers in Major Group 64 were                                   the census). Revenue from all business activities whether
           classified on the basis of a brief inquiry requesting                             or not payment was received in 1992, including net premi-
           information necessary to assign a 1992 census                                     ums earned by insurance carriers, commissions and fees
           kind-of-business code, or the classification was                                  from all sources, rents, net investment income, interest,
           obtained from the administrative records of other                                 dividends, and royalties. Rental revenue from leasing
           Federal agencies.                                                                 property marketed under operating leases is included, as
                                                                                             well as interest earned from property marketed in 1992
  2. Establishments in the mail universe were classified on                                  under capital, finance, or full payout leases. Revenue also
     the basis of their self-designation, sources of revenue,                                includes the total value of service contracts, amounts
     and other special inquiries.                                                            received for work subcontracted to others, rents from
                                                                                             property sublet to others, and dues and assessments from
EXPLANATION OF TERMS                                                                         members.
                                                                                                Revenue does not include sales and other taxes col-
Establishments. An establishment is a single physical                                        lected from customers and remitted directly by the firm to
location at which business is conducted. It is not neces-                                    a local, State, or Federal tax agency. Revenue in this
sarily identical with a company or enterprise, which may                                     report does not include financial, insurance, or real estate
consist of one establishment or more. Statistics for finan-                                  revenue of manufacturers, wholesalers, retail or service
cial, insurance, and real estate industries represent a                                      establishments, or other businesses whose primary activity
summary of reports for individual establishments rather                                      is other than finance, insurance, or real estate.
than companies. For cases where a census report was
received, separate information was obtained for each                                         Annual payroll. Payroll includes all forms of compensa-
location where business was conducted. When adminis-                                         tion, such as salaries, wages, commissions, bonuses,
trative records of other Federal agencies were used instead                                  vacation allowances, sick-leave pay, employee contribu-
of a census report, no information was available on the                                      tions to qualified pension plans, and the value of payments
number of locations operated. Estimates of this number                                       in kind (e.g. free meals and lodgings) paid during the year
were derived from a sample and are provided in the                                           to all employees. Tips and gratuities received by employ-
financial, insurance, and real estate industries report,                                     ees from patrons and reported to employers are included.
Miscellaneous Subjects (FC92-S-3). Each census report                                        For corporations, payroll includes amounts paid to officers
was tabulated according to the physical location at which                                    and executives; for unincorporated businesses, it does not
the business was conducted. The count of establishments                                      include profit or other compensation of proprietors or
represents those in business at any time during 1992.                                        partners. Payroll does not include commissions paid to
   When two activities or more were carried on at a single                                   independent (nonemployee) agents, such as insurance
location under a single ownership, all activities generally                                  and real estate agents. Payroll is reported before deduc-
were grouped together as a single establishment. The                                         tions for social security, income tax, insurance, union dues,
entire establishment was classified on the basis of its                                      etc. This definition of payroll is the same as that used by
major activity and all data for it were included in that                                     the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on form 941.

    1
                                                                                             Legal form of organization. The legal form of organi-
    Standard Industrial Classification Manual: 1987. For sale by Super-
intendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington,                         zation for firms in the mail universe was based on the
DC 20402. Stock No. 041-001-00314-2.                                                         response to the organizational status inquiry on the various

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census forms. The legal form of organization of nonmail                                      Depository Institutions (SIC Major Group 60)
firms was generally based on information from administra-
tive records of other Federal agencies.                                                         This major group includes institutions that are engaged
   Limited data are published in this report on number of                                    in deposit banking or closely related functions, including
individual proprietors and partnerships. The financial, insur-                               fiduciary activities.
ance, and real estate industries report, Establishment and
Firm Size (Including Legal Form of Organization), FC92-                                      Federal reserve banks (SIC 6011). Central reserve deposi-
S-1, presents data by the following legal forms for estab-                                   tory institutions whose primary activity is receiving deposits
lishments with payroll:                                                                      from Federal Reserve banks and branches and providing
                                                                                             advances to such institutions. These institutions generally
  1. Corporations.                                                                           do not receive deposits from, or make advances to, other
                                                                                             enterprises or individuals.
  2. Individual proprietorships.

  3. Partnerships.                                                                           Central reserve depository institutions, n.e.c. (SIC 6019).
                                                                                             Central reserve depository institutions, other than Federal
  4. Other.                                                                                  Reserve banks, primarily engaged in providing credit to
                                                                                             and holding deposits and reserves for their members, such
Auxiliary establishments. Each company included in this                                      as savings banks, savings and loan associations, or credit
census was asked to identify and separately report auxil-                                    unions.
iary locations whose primary functions were to manage,
administer, service, or support the activities of the other                                  National commercial banks (SIC 6021). Commercial banks
establishments of the company. However, for companies                                        and trust companies (accepting deposits) chartered under
classified as commercial banks, savings institutions, and                                    the National Bank Act. Trust companies engaged in fidu-
credit unions (SIC’s 602, 603, and 606); and life insurance                                  ciary business, but not regularly engaged in deposit bank-
carriers, accident and health and medical service plans,                                     ing, are classified in Industry 6091.
fire, marine, and casualty, and surety insurance carriers
(SIC’s 631, 632, 633, and 635), all establishments related                                   State commercial banks (SIC 6022). Commercial banks
to the financial and insurance activity were defined as                                      and trust companies (accepting deposits) chartered by one
‘‘operating’’ regardless of their function and are included in                               of the States or territories. Trust companies engaged in
this report. Data for all other auxiliary locations are pre-                                 fiduciary business, but not regularly engaged in deposit
sented in a subsequent report issued as part of the 1992                                     banking, are classified in Industry 6091.
Enterprise Statistics reports.
                                                                                             Commercial banks, n.e.c. (SIC 6029). Commercial banks
                                                                                             (accepting deposits) which do not operate under Federal
KIND-OF-BUSINESS CLASSIFICATIONS                                                             or State charter. Establishments classified here are included
                                                                                             with SIC 6022.
    Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate, as defined in
Division H of the 1987 Standard Industrial Classification                                    Savings institutions, federally chartered (SIC 6035).
(SIC) manual, includes establishments operating primarily                                    Federally chartered savings institutions (accepting depos-
in the fields of finance, insurance, and real estate. Finance                                its) operating under Federal charter.
includes depository institutions, nondepository credit insti-
tutions, holding (but not predominantly operating) compa-                                    Savings institutions, not federally chartered (SIC 6036).
nies, other investment companies, brokers and dealers in                                     State-chartered savings institutions (accepting deposits)
securities and commodity contracts, and security and                                         which do not operate under Federal charter.
commodity exchanges. Insurance covers carriers of all
types of insurance, and insurance agents and brokers.                                        Credit unions, federally chartered (SIC 6061). Coopera-
Real estate includes owners, lessors, lessees, agents, and                                   tive thrift and loan associations (accepting deposits) orga-
developers of real estate.                                                                   nized under Federal charter to finance credit needs of their
                                                                                             members.
    Establishments covered by the census were assigned
kind-of-business classifications according to the industry                                   Credit unions, not federally chartered (SIC 6062). Coop-
classifications defined in the 1987 SIC manual. When a                                       erative thrift and loan associations (accepting deposits)
more detailed classification than defined in the SIC manual                                  organized under other than Federal charter to finance
was needed, additional kinds of business were identified                                     credit needs of their members.
within an SIC industry.
    The basis for a kind-of-business classification is described                             Branches and agencies of foreign banks (SIC 6081).
above in ‘‘Method of classifying kinds of business.’’ Descrip-                               Establishments operating as branches or agencies of
tions of those kinds of business for which data are                                          foreign banks which specialize in commercial loans, espe-
provided in this report follow.                                                              cially trade finance. They typically fund themselves via

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large denomination interbank deposits, rather than through                                   Personal credit institutions (SIC 6141). Establishments
smaller denomination retail deposits. Federally licensed                                     primarily engaged in providing loans to individuals. Also
agencies of foreign banks may not accept deposits. Fed-                                      included in this industry are establishments primarily engaged
eral branches may accept deposits; however, if they                                          in financing retail sales made on the installment plan and
choose to accept deposits in denominations of $100,000                                       financing automobile loans for individuals.
or less, Federal deposit insurance is required. Establish-                                      For large geographic areas in some reports, data are
ments which are owned by foreign banks but primarily                                         presented for the following subdivisions of this classifica-
engaged in accepting retail deposits from the general                                        tion:
public in the United States are classified in Industry Group
                                                                                              1. Automotive sales finance companies.
602.
                                                                                              2. Sales finance companies, except automotive.
Foreign trade and international banking institutions                                          3. Consumer and personal finance companies, and per-
(SIC 6082). Establishments of foreign trade companies                                            sonal and small loan companies.
operating in the United States under Federal or State
charter for the purpose of aiding or financing foreign trade.                                 4. Personal credit institutions, n.e.c.
Also included in this industry are Federal or State char-
tered banking institutions which only engage in banking                                      Short-term business credit institutions, except agricul-
                                                                                             tural (SIC 6153). Establishments primarily engaged in
outside the United States.
                                                                                             extending credit to business enterprises for relatively short
                                                                                             periods. Private establishments primarily engaged in extend-
Nondeposit trust facilities (SIC 6091). Trust companies
                                                                                             ing agricultural credit are classified in Industry 6159.
engaged in fiduciary business, but not regularly engaged in
deposit banking. Some of these establishments occasion-                                      Miscellaneous business credit institutions (SIC 6159).
ally hold limited amounts of special types of deposits, and                                  Establishments primarily engaged in furnishing intermedi-
their uninvested trust funds are usually classified as depos-                                ate or long-term general and industrial credit, including the
its. These nondeposit trust facilities may have either                                       finance leasing of automobiles, trucks, and machinery and
National or State charters. This industry does not include                                   equipment. Included in this industry are private establish-
establishments operating under trust company charters                                        ments primarily engaged in extending agricultural credit.
which limit their fiduciary business to that incidental to real                              Federal and federally-sponsored credit agencies primarily
estate title or mortgage loan activities, which are classified                               engaged in extending agricultural credit are classified in
in Industry 6361.                                                                            Industry 6111. Establishments primarily engaged in other
                                                                                             types of leasing of passenger cars and trucks are classi-
Functions related to depository banking, n.e.c. (SIC                                         fied in Industry Group 751.
6099). Establishments primarily engaged in performing                                           For large geographic areas in some reports, data are
functions related to depository banking, not elsewhere                                       presented for the following subdivisions of this classifica-
classified.                                                                                  tion:
                                                                                              1. Agricultural credit institutions.
Nondepository Credit Institutions
(SIC Major Group 61)                                                                          2. Miscellaneous business credit institutions, n.e.c.

   This major group includes establishments engaged in                                       Mortgage bankers and loan correspondents (SIC 6162).
extending credit in the form of loans, but not engaged in                                    Establishments primarily engaged in originating mortgage
deposit banking.                                                                             loans, selling mortgage loans to permanent investors, and
                                                                                             servicing these loans. They may also provide real estate
Federal and federally-sponsored credit agencies (SIC                                         construction loans.
6111). Establishments of federally-sponsored credit agen-
cies primarily engaged in guaranteeing, insuring, or making                                  Loan brokers (SIC 6163). Establishments primarily engaged
loans. Federally-sponsored credit agencies are estab-                                        in arranging loans for others. These establishments oper-
lished under authority of Federal legislation, but are not                                   ate mostly on a commission or fee basis and do not
regarded as part of the Government. They are often owned                                     ordinarily have any continuing relationship with either
by their members or borrowers. Data for Federal credit                                       borrower or lender.
agencies are not included.
                                                                                             Security and Commodity Brokers, Dealers,
   For large geographic areas in some reports, data are
                                                                                             Exchanges, and Services (SIC Major Group 62)
presented for the following subdivisions of this classifica-
tion:                                                                                           This major group includes establishments engaged in
  1. Farm credit system.                                                                     the underwriting, purchase, sale, or brokerage of securities
                                                                                             and other financial contracts on their own account or for
  2. Federally-sponsored credit agencies, except farm credit                                 the account of others; and exchanges of securities and
     system.                                                                                 commodities.

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Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies                                            3. Other offices of life insurance carriers, n.e.c.
(SIC 621). Establishments primarily engaged in the pur-
chase, sale, and brokerage of securities; and those, gen-                                    Accident and health insurance (SIC 6321). Establish-
erally known as investment bankers, primarily engaged in                                     ments primarily engaged in underwriting accident and
originating, underwriting, and distributing issues of securi-                                health insurance. This industry includes establishments
ties. Establishments primarily engaged in issuing shares of                                  which provide health insurance protection for disability
mutual and money market funds, unit investment trusts,                                       income losses and medical expense coverage on an
and face amount certificates are classified in Industry                                      indemnity basis. These establishments are operated by
Group 672. Establishments primarily engaged in providing                                     enterprises that may be owned by stockholders, policy-
investment advice on a contract or fee basis to establish-                                   holders, or other carriers. Establishments primarily engaged
ments which deal in financial contracts are classified in                                    in providing hospital, medical and other health services on
Industry 6282.                                                                               a service basis or combination of service and indemnity
                                                                                             basis are classified in Industry 6324.
Commodity contracts brokers and dealers (SIC 622).
Establishments primarily engaged in buying and selling
commodity contracts on either a spot or future basis for                                     Hospital and medical service plans (SIC 6324). Estab-
their own account or for the account of others. These                                        lishments primarily engaged in providing hospital, medical
establishments are members, or are associated with mem-                                      and other health services to subscribers or members in
bers, of recognized commodity exchanges. Establishments                                      accordance with prearranged agreements or service plans.
primarily engaged in buying and selling commodities are                                      Generally, these service plans provide benefits to subscrib-
classified in Wholesale Trade.                                                               ers or members in return for specified subscription charges.
                                                                                             The plans may be through a contract under which a
Security and commodity exchanges (SIC 623). Estab-                                           participating hospital or physician agrees to render the
lishments primarily engaged in furnishing space and other                                    covered services without charging any additional fees.
facilities to members for the purpose of buying, selling, or                                 Other plans provide for partial indemnity and service
otherwise trading in stocks, stock options, bonds, or                                        benefits. Also included in this industry are separate estab-
commodity contracts.                                                                         lishments of health maintenance organizations which pro-
                                                                                             vide medical insurance. Establishments providing these
Investment advice (SIC 6282). Establishments primarily                                       services through their own facilities or employed physi-
engaged in furnishing investment information and advice                                      cians are classified in Major Group 80.
to companies and individuals concerning securities and
commodities on a contract or fee basis. Establishments                                       Fire, marine, and casualty insurance (SIC 633). Estab-
that provide advice and also act as brokers or dealers are                                   lishments primarily engaged in underwriting fire, marine,
classified in Industry 6211.                                                                 and casualty insurance. These establishments are oper-
                                                                                             ated by enterprises that may be owned by stockholders,
Services allied with the exchange of securities or                                           policyholders, or other carriers.
commodities, n.e.c. (SIC 6289). Establishments primarily                                        For large geographic areas in some reports, data are
engaged in furnishing services to security or commodity                                      presented for the following subdivisions of this classifica-
holders, brokers, or dealers, not elsewhere classified.                                      tion:

Insurance Carriers (SIC Major Group 63)                                                       1. Sales offices of fire, marine, and casualty insurance
                                                                                                 carriers.
   This major group includes carriers of insurance of all
types, including reinsurance. Agents and brokers dealing in                                   2. Home offices of fire, marine, and casualty insurance
insurance and organizations rendering services to insur-                                         carriers.
ance carriers or to policyholders are classified in Major
Group 64.                                                                                     3. Other offices of fire, marine, and casualty insurance
                                                                                                 carriers, n.e.c.
Life insurance (SIC 6311). Establishments primarily engaged
in underwriting life insurance. These establishments are                                     Surety insurance (SIC 635). Establishments primarily
operated by enterprises that may be owned by stockhold-                                      engaged in underwriting financial responsibility insurance.
ers, policyholders, or other carriers.                                                       Establishments primarily performing bail bonding services
   For large geographic areas in some reports, data are                                      are classified in Industry 7389.
presented for the following subdivisions of this classifica-
tion:                                                                                        Title insurance (SIC 636). Establishments primarily engaged
  1. Sales offices of life insurance carriers.                                               in underwriting insurance to protect the owner of real
                                                                                             estate, or lenders of money thereon, against loss sus-
  2. Home offices of life insurance carriers.                                                tained by reason of any defect of title.

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Pension, health, and welfare funds (SIC 637). Establish-                                      3. Operators of shopping centers and retail stores.
ments primarily engaged in managing pension, retirement,
                                                                                              4. Operators of nonresidential buildings and facilities,
health, and welfare funds. (The tabulations in this publica-
                                                                                                 n.e.c.
tion include only third-party administrators of pension,
health, and welfare funds.)                                                                  Operators of apartment buildings (SIC 6513). Establish-
                                                                                             ments primarily engaged in the operation of apartment
Insurance carriers, n.e.c. (SIC 639). Establishments pri-                                    buildings. Apartment buildings are defined as containing
marily engaged in underwriting insurance, not elsewhere                                      five or more housing units. This industry does not include
classified, such as insuring bank deposits and shares in                                     hotels, rooming and boarding houses, camps, and other
savings and loan associations. They may also perform                                         lodging places for transients which are classified in Ser-
other functions related to insurance carriers, not else-                                     vices, Major Group 70.
where classified. These establishments include sales, home,
and other offices owned or operated by insurance carriers,                                   Operators of dwellings other than apartment buildings
not elsewhere classified.                                                                    (SIC 6514). Establishments primarily engaged in the opera-
                                                                                             tion of dwellings other than apartment buildings. Dwellings
Insurance Agents, Brokers, And Service                                                       other than apartment buildings are defined as containing
(SIC Major Group 64)                                                                         four or fewer housing units. This industry does not include
                                                                                             hotels, rooming and boarding houses, camps, and other
   This major group includes agents and brokers dealing in                                   lodging places for transients which are classified in Ser-
insurance, and also organizations offering services to                                       vices, Major Group 70.
insurance companies and to policyholders.
                                                                                             Operators of residential mobile home sites (SIC 6515).
Insurance agents, brokers, and service (SIC 6411).                                           Establishments primarily engaged in the operation of resi-
Agents primarily representing one or more insurance car-                                     dential mobile home sites. Establishments primarily engaged
riers, or brokers not representing any particular carriers                                   in the operation of sites for overnight or transient use for
primarily engaged as independent contractors in the sale                                     travel trailers are classified in Services, Industry 7033.
or placement of insurance contracts with carriers, but not
employees of the insurance carriers they represent. This                                     Lessors of railroad property (SIC 6517). Establishments
industry also includes independent organizations con-                                        primarily engaged in leasing railroad property.
cerned with insurance services. Establishments engaged
in searching real estate titles are classified in Industry                                   Lessors of real property, n.e.c. (SIC 6519). Establish-
6541.                                                                                        ments primarily engaged in leasing real property, not
   For large geographic areas in some reports, data are                                      elsewhere classified.
presented for the following subdivisions of this classifica-
tion:                                                                                        Real estate agents and managers (SIC 653). Establish-
                                                                                             ments primarily engaged in renting, buying, selling, man-
  1. Offices of insurance agents and brokers.                                                aging, and appraising real estate for others.
  2. Insurance-related services, n.e.c.                                                         For large geographic areas in some reports, data are
                                                                                             presented for the following subdivisions of this classifica-
Real Estate (SIC Major Group 65)                                                             tion:
                                                                                              1. Offices of residential real estate agents and brokers.
   This major group includes real estate operators, and
owners and lessors of real property, as well as buyers                                        2. Offices of nonresidential real estate agents and
sellers, developers, agents, and brokers. ‘‘Operators’’ in                                       brokers.
this group will be interpreted as owner-operators. Estab-
                                                                                              3. Residential real estate property managers.
lishments primarily engaged in the construction of build-
ings for sale (operative builders) are classified in Industry                                 4. Nonresidential real estate property managers.
1531.
                                                                                              5. Condominium and cooperative owners’ associations.
Operators of nonresidential buildings (SIC 6512). Estab-
lishments primarily engaged in the operation of nonresi-                                      6. Real estate appraisers.
dential buildings.                                                                            7. Services related to real estate sales and management,
   For large geographic areas in some reports, data are                                          n.e.c.
presented for the following subdivisions of this classifica-
tion:                                                                                        Title abstract offices (SIC 654). Establishments primarily
  1. Operators of professional and other office buildings.                                   engaged in searching real estate titles. This industry does
                                                                                             not include title insurance companies which are classified
  2. Operators of manufacturing and industrial buildings.                                    in Industry 6361.

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Land subdividers and developers, except cemeteries                                           unit investment trusts and face-amount certificate compa-
(SIC 6552). Establishments primarily engaged in subdivid-                                    nies, whose shares contain no provision requiring redemp-
ing real property into lots, except cemetery lots, and in                                    tion by the company upon request of the security holder.
developing it for resale on their own account. Establish-                                    Unit investment trust companies (1) are organized under a
ments primarily engaged in developing lots for others are                                    trust indenture, contract of custodianship or agency, or
classified in Industry 1794.                                                                 similar instrument; (2) do not have a board of directors; and
                                                                                             (3) issue only securities redeemable at the request of the
Cemetery subdividers and developers (SIC 6553). Estab-                                       security holder, each of which represents an undivided
lishments primarily engaged in subdividing real property                                     interest in a unit of specified securities, but does not
into cemetery lots, and in developing it for resale on their
                                                                                             include voting trusts. Face-amount certificates, sometimes
own account.
                                                                                             referred to as guaranteed face-amount certificates, are
                                                                                             essentially obligations of the issuing company to pay a
Holding and Other Investment Offices
                                                                                             fixed sum at a specified maturity date and usually require
(SIC Major Group 67)
                                                                                             periodic payments by the purchaser.
  This major group includes investment trusts, investment
companies, holding companies, and miscellaneous invest-                                      Educational, religious, and charitable trusts (SIC 6732).
ment offices.                                                                                Establishments primarily engaged in the management of
                                                                                             the funds of trusts and foundations organized for religious,
Offices of bank holding companies (SIC 6712). Estab-                                         educational, charitable, or nonprofit research purposes.
lishments primarily engaged in holding or owning the
securities of banks for the sole purpose of exercising some                                  Trusts, except educational, religious, and charitable
degree of control over the activities of bank companies                                      (SIC 6733). Establishments primarily engaged in the man-
whose securities they hold. Companies holding securities                                     agement of the funds of trusts and foundations organized
of banks, but which are predominantly operating the                                          for purposes other than religious, educational, charitable,
banks, are classified according to the kind of bank oper-                                    or nonprofit research.
ated.

Offices of holding companies, n.e.c. (SIC 6719). Estab-                                      Oil royalty traders (SIC 6792). Establishments primarily
lishments primarily engaged in holding or owning securities                                  engaged in investing in oil and gas royalties or leases, or
of companies other than banks, for the sole purpose of                                       fractional interest therein.
exercising some degree of control over the activities of the
companies whose securities they hold. Companies holding                                      Patent owners and lessors (SIC 6794). Establishments
securities, but which are predominantly operating compa-                                     primarily engaged in owning or leasing franchises, patents,
nies, are classified according to the kind of business                                       and copyrights which they in turn license others to use.
operated.
                                                                                             Real estate investment trusts (SIC 6798). Establish-
Management investment offices, open-end (SIC 6722).                                          ments primarily engaged in closed-end investments in real
Establishments primarily engaged in issuing shares, other
                                                                                             estate or related mortgage assets operating so that they
than unit investment trusts and face-amount certificate
                                                                                             could meet the requirements of the Real Estate Invest-
companies, whose shares contain a provision requiring
                                                                                             ment Trust Act of 1960 as amended. This act exempts
redemption by the company upon request of the security
                                                                                             trusts from corporate income and capital gains taxation,
holder.
                                                                                             provided they invest primarily in specified assets, pay out
                                                                                             most of their income to shareholders, and meet certain
Unit investment trusts, face-amount certificate offices,
and closed-end management investment offices (SIC                                            requirements regarding the dispersion of trust ownership.
6726). Establishments primarily engaged in issuing unit
investment trusts or face-amount certificates; and estab-                                    Investors, n.e.c. (SIC 6799). Establishments primarily
lishments primarily engaged in issuing shares, other than                                    engaged in investing, not elsewhere classified.




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Appendix B.
Sample Report Form and Instructions

[Not applicable]




Appendix C.
Kind-of-Business Titles and Reporting-Form Numbers

[Not applicable]




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Appendix D.
Metropolitan Areas


[Titles and definitions shown for MSA’s, CMSA’s, and PMSA’s are those established by the Office of
Management and Budget as of June 30, 1993]

Abilene, TX MSA                                               Atlanta, GA MSA—Con.                                   Bangor, ME MSA—Con.
      Taylor County, TX                                             Carroll County, GA                                    Waldo County, ME (part)
                                                                    Cherokee County, GA                                      Winterport town, ME
Akron, OH PMSA—see Cleveland–Akron,                                 Clayton County, GA
 OH CMSA                                                            Cobb County, GA                                  Barnstable–Yarmouth, MA MSA
                                                                    Coweta County, GA                                      Barnstable County, MA (part)
Albany, GA MSA                                                                                                                Barnstable city, MA
     Dougherty County, GA                                           DeKalb County, GA
                                                                    Douglas County, GA                                        Brewster town, MA
     Lee County, GA                                                                                                           Chatham town, MA
                                                                    Fayette County, GA
Albany–Schenectady–Troy, NY MSA                                     Forsyth County, GA                                        Dennis town, MA
     Albany County, NY                                              Fulton County, GA                                         Eastham town, MA
     Montgomery County, NY                                          Gwinnett County, GA                                       Harwich town, MA
     Rensselaer County, NY                                          Henry County, GA                                          Mashpee town, MA
     Saratoga County, NY                                            Newton County, GA                                         Orleans town, MA
     Schenectady County, NY                                         Paulding County, GA                                       Sandwich town, MA
     Schoharie County, NY                                           Pickens County, GA                                        Yarmouth town, MA
                                                                    Rockdale County, GA                              Baton Rouge, LA MSA
Albuquerque, NM MSA                                                 Spalding County, GA
     Bernalillo County, NM                                                                                                Ascension Parish, LA
                                                                    Walton County, GA                                     East Baton Rouge Parish, LA
     Sandoval County, NM
     Valencia County, NM                                      Atlantic–Cape May, NJ PMSA—see                              Livingston Parish, LA
                                                               Philadelphia–Wilmington–Atlantic City,                     West Baton Rouge Parish, LA
Alexandria, LA MSA                                             PA–NJ–DE–MD CMSA
      Rapides Parish, LA                                                                                             Beaumont–Port Arthur, TX MSA
                                                              Augusta–Aiken, GA–SC MSA                                    Hardin County, TX
Allentown–Bethlehem–Easton, PA MSA                                 Columbia County, GA                                    Jefferson County, TX
      Carbon County, PA                                            McDuffie County, GA                                    Orange County, TX
      Lehigh County, PA                                            Richmond County, GA
      Northampton County, PA                                       Aiken County, SC                                  Bellingham, WA MSA
                                                                   Edgefield County, SC                                     Whatcom County, WA
Altoona, PA MSA
      Blair County, PA                                        Austin–San Marcos, TX MSA                              Benton Harbor, MI MSA
                                                                    Bastrop County, TX                                    Berrien County, MI
Amarillo, TX MSA                                                    Caldwell County, TX
      Potter County, TX                                             Hays County, TX                                  Bergen–Passaic, NJ PMSA—see New
      Randall County, TX                                            Travis County, TX                                 York–Northern New Jersey–Long Island,
                                                                    Williamson County, TX                             NY–NJ–CT–PA CMSA
Anchorage, AK MSA
     Anchorage Borough, AK                                    Bakersfield, CA MSA                                    Billings, MT MSA
                                                                   Kern County, CA                                          Yellowstone County, MT
Ann Arbor, MI PMSA—see Detroit–Ann
 Arbor–Flint, MI CMSA                                                                                                Biloxi–Gulfport–Pascagoula, MS MSA
                                                              Baltimore, MD PMSA—see Washington–
Anniston, AL MSA                                               Baltimore, DC–MD–VA–WV CMSA                                  Hancock County, MS
      Calhoun County, AL                                                                                                    Harrison County, MS
                                                              Bangor, ME MSA                                                Jackson County, MS
Appleton–Oshkosh–Neenah, WI MSA                                    Penobscot County, ME (part)
      Calumet County, WI                                              Bangor city, ME                                Binghamton, NY MSA
      Outagamie County, WI                                            Brewer city, ME                                     Broome County, NY
      Winnebago County, WI                                            Eddington town, ME                                  Tioga County, NY
                                                                      Glenburn town, ME
Asheville, NC MSA                                                                                                    Birmingham, AL MSA
                                                                      Hampden town, ME
     Buncombe County, NC                                                                                                   Blount County, AL
                                                                      Hermon town, ME
     Madison County, NC                                                                                                    Jefferson County, AL
                                                                      Holden town, ME
                                                                                                                           St. Clair County, AL
                                                                      Kenduskeag town, ME
Athens, GA MSA                                                                                                             Shelby County, AL
                                                                      Milford town, ME
     Clarke County, GA
     Madison County, GA                                               Old Town city, ME                              Bismarck, ND MSA
     Oconee County, GA                                                Orono town, ME                                      Burleigh County, ND
                                                                      Orrington town, ME                                  Morton County, ND
Atlanta, GA MSA                                                       Penobscot Indian Island
      Barrow County, GA                                                Reservation, ME                               Bloomington, IN MSA
      Bartow County, GA                                               Veazie town, ME                                     Monroe County, IN


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Bloomington–Normal, IL MSA                                    Boston–Worcester–Lawrence, MA–NH–ME–CT                 Boston–Worcester–Lawrence, MA–NH–ME–CT
     McLean County, IL                                         CMSA—Con.                                              CMSA—Con.
                                                                 Boston, MA–NH PMSA—Con.                                Boston, MA–NH PMSA—Con.
Boise City, ID MSA                                                  Middlesex County, MA (part)—Con.                        Rockingham County, NH (part)
      Ada County, ID                                                   Stow town, MA                                            Seabrook town, NH
      Canyon County, ID                                                Sudbury town, MA                                         South Hampton town, NH
Boston, MA–NH PMSA—see Boston–                                         Townsend town, MA                                Brockton, MA PMSA
 Worcester–Lawrence, MA–NH–ME–CT CMSA                                  Wakefield town, MA                                   Bristol County, MA (part)
                                                                       Waltham city, MA                                         Easton town, MA
Boston–Worcester–Lawrence, MA–NH–ME–CT                                 Watertown city, MA                                       Raynham town, MA
 CMSA                                                                  Wayland town, MA                                     Norfolk County, MA (part)
   Boston, MA–NH PMSA                                                  Weston town, MA                                          Avon town, MA
      Bristol County, MA (part)                                        Wilmington town, MA                                  Plymouth County, MA (part)
          Berkley town, MA                                             Winchester town, MA                                      Abington town, MA
          Dighton town, MA                                             Woburn city, MA                                          Bridgewater town, MA
          Mansfield town, MA                                          Norfolk County, MA (part)                                 Brockton city, MA
          Norton town, MA                                                Bellingham town, MA                                    East Bridgewater town, MA
          Taunton city, MA                                               Braintree town, MA                                     Halifax town, MA
      Essex County, MA (part)                                            Brookline town, MA                                     Hanson town, MA
          Amesbury town, MA                                              Canton town, MA                                        Lakeville town, MA
          Beverly city, MA                                               Cohasset town, MA                                      Middleborough town, MA
          Danvers town, MA                                               Dedham town, MA                                        Plympton town, MA
          Essex town, MA                                                 Dover town, MA                                         West Bridgewater town, MA
          Gloucester city, MA                                            Foxborough town, MA                                    Whitman town, MA
          Hamilton town, MA                                              Franklin city, MA                              Fitchburg–Leominster, MA PMSA
          Ipswich town, MA                                               Holbrook town, MA                                  Middlesex County, MA (part)
          Lynn city, MA                                                  Medfield town, MA                                      Ashby town, MA
          Lynnfield town, MA                                             Medway town, MA                                    Worcester County, MA (part)
          Manchester town, MA                                            Millis town, MA                                        Ashburnham town, MA
          Marblehead town, MA                                            Milton town, MA                                        Fitchburg city, MA
          Middleton town, MA                                             Needham town, MA                                       Gardner city, MA
          Nahant town, MA                                                Norfolk town, MA                                       Leominster city, MA
          Newbury town, MA                                               Norwood town, MA                                       Lunenburg town, MA
          Newburyport city, MA                                           Plainville town, MA                                    Templeton town, MA
          Peabody city, MA                                               Quincy city, MA                                        Westminster town, MA
          Rockport town, MA                                              Randolph town, MA                                      Winchendon town, MA
          Rowley town, MA                                                Sharon town, MA                                Lawrence, MA–NH PMSA
          Salem city, MA                                                 Stoughton town, MA                                 Essex County, MA (part)
          Salisbury town, MA                                             Walpole town, MA                                       Andover town, MA
          Saugus town, MA                                                Wellesley town, MA                                     Boxford town, MA
          Swampscott town, MA                                            Westwood town, MA                                      Georgetown town, MA
          Topsfield town, MA                                             Weymouth town, MA                                      Groveland town, MA
          Wenham town, MA                                                Wrentham town, MA                                      Haverhill city, MA
      Middlesex County, MA (part)
                                                                                                                                Lawrence city, MA
          Acton town, MA                                              Plymouth County, MA (part)
                                                                                                                                Merrimac town, MA
          Arlington town, MA                                             Carver town, MA
                                                                                                                                Methuen city, MA
          Ashland town, MA                                               Duxbury town, MA
                                                                                                                                North Andover town, MA
          Ayer town, MA                                                  Hanover town, MA
                                                                                                                                West Newbury town, MA
          Bedford town, MA                                               Hingham town, MA
                                                                                                                            Rockingham County, NH (part)
          Belmont town, MA                                               Hull town, MA
                                                                                                                                Atkinson town, NH
          Boxborough town, MA                                            Kingston town, MA                                      Chester town, NH
          Burlington town, MA                                            Marshfield town, MA                                    Danville town, NH
          Cambridge city, MA                                             Norwell town, MA                                       Derry town, NH
          Carlisle town, MA                                              Pembroke town, MA                                      Fremont town, NH
          Concord town, MA                                               Plymouth town, MA                                      Hampstead town, NH
          Everett city, MA                                               Rockland town, MA                                      Kingston town, NH
          Framingham town, MA                                            Scituate town, MA                                      Newton town, NH
          Holliston town, MA                                             Wareham town, MA                                       Plaistow town, NH
          Hopkinton town, MA                                                                                                    Raymond town, NH
                                                                      Suffolk County, MA                                        Salem town, NH
          Hudson town, MA
                                                                         Boston city, MA                                        Sandown town, NH
          Lexington town, MA
                                                                         Chelsea city, MA                                       Windham town, NH
          Lincoln town, MA
                                                                         Revere city, MA
          Littleton town, MA                                                                                            Lowell, MA–NH PMSA
                                                                         Winthrop town, MA
          Malden city, MA                                                                                                   Middlesex County, MA (part)
          Marlborough city, MA                                        Worcester County, MA (part)                               Billerica town, MA
          Maynard town, MA                                              Berlin town, MA                                         Chelmsford town, MA
          Medford city, MA                                              Blackstone town, MA                                     Dracut town, MA
          Melrose city, MA                                              Bolton town, MA                                         Dunstable town, MA
          Natick town, MA                                               Harvard town, MA                                        Groton town, MA
          Newton city, MA                                               Hopedale town, MA                                       Lowell city, MA
          North Reading town, MA                                        Lancaster town, MA                                      Pepperell town, MA
          Reading town, MA                                              Mendon town, MA                                         Tewksbury town, MA
          Sherborn town, MA                                             Milford town, MA                                        Tyngsborough town, MA
          Shirley town, MA                                              Millville town, MA                                      Westford town, MA
          Somerville city, MA                                           Southborough town, MA                               Hillsborough County, NH (part)
          Stoneham town, MA                                             Upton town, MA                                          Pelham town, NH

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Boston–Worcester–Lawrence, MA–NH–ME–CT                        Boston–Worcester–Lawrence, MA–NH–ME–CT                 Burlington, VT MSA—Con.
 CMSA—Con.                                                     CMSA—Con.                                                   Chittenden County, VT (part)—Con.
   Manchester, NH PMSA                                           Worcester, MA–CT PMSA                                        South Burlington city, VT
      Hillsborough County, NH (part)                                Windham County, CT (part)                                 Williston town, VT
          Bedford town, NH                                              Thompson town, CT                                     Winooski city, VT
          Goffstown town, NH                                        Hampden County, MA (part)                              Franklin County, VT (part)
          Manchester city, NH                                           Holland town, MA                                      Fairfax town, VT
          Weare town, NH                                            Worcester County, MA (part)                               Georgia town, VT
      Merrimack County, NH (part)                                       Auburn town, MA                                       St. Albans city, VT
          Allenstown town, NH                                           Barre town, MA                                        St. Albans town, VT
          Hooksett town, NH                                             Boylston town, MA                                     Swanton town, VT
      Rockingham County, NH (part)                                      Brookfield town, MA                                   Swanton village, VT
          Auburn town, NH                                               Charlton town, MA                                  Grand Isle County, VT (part)
          Candia town, NH                                               Clinton town, MA                                      Grand Isle town, VT
          Londonderry town, NH                                          Douglas town, MA                                      South Hero town, VT
   Nashua, NH PMSA                                                      Dudley town, MA
                                                                        East Brookfield town, MA                     Canton–Massillon, OH MSA
      Hillsborough County, NH (part)                                                                                      Carroll County, OH
          Amherst town, NH                                              Grafton town, MA
                                                                        Holden town, MA                                   Stark County, OH
          Brookline town, NH
          Greenville town, NH                                           Leicester town, MA                           Casper, WY MSA
          Hollis town, NH                                               Millbury town, MA                                 Natrona County, WY
          Hudson town, NH                                               Northborough town, MA
          Litchfield town, NH                                           Northbridge town, MA                         Cedar Rapids, IA MSA
          Mason town, NH                                                North Brookfield town, MA                         Linn County, IA
          Merrimack town, NH                                            Oakham town, MA
                                                                        Oxford town, MA                              Champaign–Urbana, IL MSA
          Milford town, NH                                                                                               Champaign County, IL
          Mont Vernon town, NH                                          Paxton town, MA
          Nashua city, NH                                               Princeton town, MA                           Charleston–North Charleston, SC MSA
          New Ipswich town, NH                                          Rutland town, MA                                   Berkeley County, SC
          Wilton town, NH                                               Shrewsbury town, MA                                Charleston County, SC
                                                                        Southbridge town, MA                               Dorchester County, SC
   New Bedford, MA PMSA                                                 Spencer town, MA
      Bristol County, MA (part)                                         Sterling town, MA                            Charleston, WV MSA
          Acushnet town, MA                                             Sturbridge town, MA                                Kanawha County, WV
          Dartmouth town, MA                                            Sutton town, MA                                    Putnam County, WV
          Fairhaven town, MA                                            Uxbridge town, MA
          Freetown town, MA                                             Webster town, MA                             Charlotte–Gastonia–Rock Hill, NC–SC MSA
          New Bedford city, MA                                          Westborough town, MA                               Cabarrus County, NC
      Plymouth County, MA (part)                                        West Boylston town, MA                             Gaston County, NC
          Marion town, MA                                               West Brookfield town, MA                           Lincoln County, NC
          Mattapoisett town, MA                                         Worcester city, MA                                 Mecklenburg County, NC
          Rochester town, MA                                                                                               Rowan County, NC
                                                              Boulder–Longmont, CO PMSA—see                                Union County, NC
   Portsmouth–Rochester, NH–ME PMSA
                                                               Denver– Boulder–Greeley, CO CMSA                            York County, SC
      York County, ME (part)
          Berwick town, ME                                    Brazoria, TX PMSA—see Houston–
                                                                                                                     Charlottesville, VA MSA
          Eliot town, ME                                       Galveston–Brazoria, TX CMSA
                                                                                                                           Albemarle County, VA
          Kittery town, ME                                    Bremerton, WA PMSA—see Seattle–                              Fluvanna County, VA
          South Berwick town, ME                               Tacoma– Bremerton, WA CMSA                                  Greene County, VA
          York town, ME                                                                                                    Charlottesville city, VA
                                                              Bridgeport, CT PMSA—see New York–
      Rockingham County, NH (part)
                                                               Northern New Jersey–Long Island, NY–                  Chattanooga, TN–GA MSA
          Brentwood town, NH
                                                               NJ–CT–PA CMSA                                               Catoosa County, GA
          East Kingston town, NH
          Epping town, NH                                     Brockton, MA PMSA—see Boston–                                Dade County, GA
          Exeter town, NH                                      Worcester–Lawrence, MA–NH–ME–CT CMSA                        Walker County, GA
          Greenland town, NH                                                                                               Hamilton County, TN
                                                              Brownsville–Harlingen–San Benito, TX MSA
          Hampton town, NH                                                                                                 Marion County, TN
                                                                    Cameron County, TX
          Hampton Falls town, NH                                                                                     Cheyenne, WY MSA
          Kensington town, NH                                 Bryan–College Station, TX MSA
                                                                    Brazos County, TX                                     Laramie County, WY
          New Castle town, NH
          Newfields town, NH                                  Buffalo–Niagara Falls, NY MSA                          Chicago, IL PMSA—see Chicago–Gary–
          Newington town, NH                                        Erie County, NY                                   Kenosha, IL–IN–WI CMSA
          Newmarket town, NH                                        Niagara County, NY                               Chicago–Gary–Kenosha, IL–IN–WI CMSA
          North Hampton town, NH                              Burlington, VT MSA                                        Chicago, IL PMSA
          Portsmouth city, NH                                       Chittenden County, VT (part)                           Cook County, IL
          Rye town, NH                                                  Burlington city, VT                                DeKalb County, IL
          Stratham town, NH                                             Charlotte town, VT                                 DuPage County, IL
      Strafford County, NH (part)                                       Colchester town, VT                                Grundy County, IL
          Barrington town, NH                                           Essex Junction village, VT                         Kane County, IL
          Dover city, NH                                                Essex town balance, VT                             Kendall County, IL
          Durham town, NH                                               Hinesburg town, VT                                 Lake County, IL
          Farmington town, NH                                           Jericho town, VT                                   McHenry County, IL
          Lee town, NH                                                  Jericho village, VT                                Will County, IL
          Madbury town, NH                                              Milton town, VT                                 Gary, IN PMSA
          Milton town, NH                                               Milton village, VT                                 Lake County, IN
          Rochester city, NH                                            Richmond town, VT                                  Porter County, IN
          Rollinsford town, NH                                          St. George town, VT                             Kankakee, IL PMSA
          Somersworth city, NH                                          Shelburne town, VT                                 Kankakee County, IL

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Chicago–Gary–Kenosha,IL–IN–WI CMSA—Con.                       Dallas–Fort Worth, TX CMSA                             Detroit–Ann Arbor–Flint, MI CMSA—Con.
   Kenosha, WI PMSA                                              Dallas, TX PMSA                                        Flint, MI PMSA
      Kenosha County, WI                                            Collin County, TX                                       Genesee County, MI
                                                                    Dallas County, TX
Chico–Paradise, CA MSA                                              Denton County, TX                                Dothan, AL MSA
     Butte County, CA                                               Ellis County, TX                                      Dale County, AL
                                                                    Henderson County, TX                                  Houston County, AL
Cincinnati, OH–KY–IN PMSA—see
 Cincinnati–Hamilton, OH–KY–IN CMSA                                 Hunt County, TX                                  Dover, DE MSA
                                                                    Kaufman County, TX                                    Kent County, DE
Cincinnati–Hamilton, OH–KY–IN CMSA                                  Rockwall County, TX
   Cincinnati, OH–KY–IN PMSA                                     Fort Worth–Arlington, TX PMSA                       Dubuque, IA MSA
      Dearborn County, IN                                           Hood County, TX                                       Dubuque County, IA
      Ohio County, IN                                               Johnson County, TX
                                                                    Parker County, TX                                Duluth–Superior, MN–WI MSA
      Boone County, KY
                                                                    Tarrant County, TX                                     St. Louis County, MN
      Campbell County, KY
                                                                                                                           Douglas County, WI
      Gallatin County, KY
                                                              Danbury, CT PMSA—see New York–
      Grant County, KY                                                                                               Dutchess County, NY PMSA—see New
                                                               Northern New Jersey–Long Island, NY–
      Kenton County, KY                                                                                               York–Northern New Jersey–Long Island,
                                                               NJ–CT–PA CMSA
      Pendleton County, KY                                                                                            NY–NJ–CT–PA CMSA
      Brown County, OH                                        Danville, VA MSA
      Clermont County, OH                                           Pittsylvania County, VA                          Eau Claire, WI MSA
      Hamilton County, OH                                           Danville city, VA                                      Chippewa County, WI
      Warren County, OH                                                                                                    Eau Claire County, WI
   Hamilton–Middletown, OH PMSA                               Davenport–Moline–Rock Island, IA–IL MSA
                                                                   Henry County, IL                                  El Paso, TX MSA
      Butler County, OH
                                                                   Rock Island County, IL                                  El Paso County, TX
Clarksville–Hopkinsville, TN–KY MSA                                Scott County, IA                                  Elkhart–Goshen, IN MSA
      Christian County, KY                                                                                                 Elkhart County, IN
      Montgomery County, TN                                   Dayton–Springfield, OH MSA
                                                                   Clark County, OH                                  Elmira, NY MSA
Cleveland–Lorain–Elyria, OH PMSA—see                               Greene County, OH                                       Chemung County, NY
 Cleveland–Akron, OH CMSA                                          Miami County, OH
                                                                   Montgomery County, OH                             Enid, OK MSA
Cleveland–Akron, OH CMSA                                                                                                   Garfield County, OK
   Akron, OH PMSA                                             Daytona Beach, FL MSA
                                                                   Flagler County, FL                                Erie, PA MSA
      Portage County, OH                                                                                                    Erie County, PA
      Summit County, OH                                            Volusia County, FL
   Cleveland–Lorain–Elyria, OH PMSA                           Decatur, AL MSA                                        Eugene–Springfield, OR MSA
      Ashtabula County, OH                                         Lawrence County, AL                                    Lane County, OR
      Cuyahoga County, OH                                          Morgan County, AL                                 Evansville–Henderson, IN–KY MSA
      Geauga County, OH                                                                                                   Posey County, IN
      Lake County, OH                                         Decatur, IL MSA
                                                                                                                          Vanderburgh County, IN
      Lorain County, OH                                            Macon County, IL
                                                                                                                          Warrick County, IN
      Medina County, OH                                                                                                   Henderson County, KY
                                                              Denver, CO PMSA—see Denver–Boulder–
Colorado Springs, CO MSA                                       Greeley, CO CMSA                                      Fargo–Moorhead, ND–MN MSA
      El Paso County, CO                                                                                                  Clay County, MN
                                                              Denver–Boulder–Greeley, CO CMSA
                                                                Boulder–Longmont, CO PMSA                                 Cass County, ND
Columbia, MO MSA
     Boone County, MO                                              Boulder County, CO                                Fayetteville, NC MSA
                                                                Denver, CO PMSA                                            Cumberland County, NC
Columbia, SC MSA                                                   Adams County, CO
     Lexington County, SC                                          Arapahoe County, CO                               Fayetteville–Springdale–Rogers, AR MSA
     Richland County, SC                                           Denver County, CO                                       Benton County, AR
                                                                   Douglas County, CO                                      Washington County, AR
Columbus, GA–AL MSA                                                Jefferson County, CO                              Fitchburg–Leominster, MA PMSA—see
     Russell County, AL                                         Greeley, CO PMSA                                       Boston–Worcester–Lawrence, MA–NH–
     Chattahoochee County, GA                                      Weld County, CO                                     ME–CT CMSA
     Harris County, GA
     Muscogee County, GA                                      Des Moines, IA MSA                                     Flint, MI PMSA—see Detroit–Ann
                                                                   Dallas County, IA                                   Arbor–Flint, MI CMSA
Columbus, OH MSA                                                   Polk County, IA
     Delaware County, OH                                           Warren County, IA                                 Florence, AL MSA
     Fairfield County, OH                                                                                                  Colbert County, AL
                                                              Detroit, MI PMSA—see Detroit–Ann                             Lauderdale County, AL
     Franklin County, OH
                                                               Arbor–Flint, MI CMSA
     Licking County, OH                                                                                              Florence, SC MSA
     Madison County, OH                                       Detroit–Ann Arbor–Flint, MI CMSA                             Florence County, SC
     Pickaway County, OH                                         Ann Arbor, MI PMSA                                  Fort Collins–Loveland, CO MSA
                                                                    Lenawee County, MI                                     Larimer County, CO
Corpus Christi, TX MSA
                                                                    Livingston County, MI
     Nueces County, TX                                              Washtenaw County, MI                             Fort Lauderdale, FL PMSA—see Miami–Fort
     San Patricio County, TX                                     Detroit, MI PMSA                                     Lauderdale, FL CMSA
Cumberland, MD–WV MSA                                               Lapeer County, MI                                Fort Myers–Cape Coral, FL MSA
    Allegany County, MD                                             Macomb County, MI                                      Lee County, FL
    Mineral County, WV                                              Monroe County, MI
                                                                    Oakland County, MI                               Fort Pierce–Port St. Lucie, FL MSA
Dallas, TX PMSA—see Dallas–Fort Worth,                              St. Clair County, MI                                   Martin County, FL
 TX CMSA                                                            Wayne County, MI                                       St. Lucie County, FL

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Fort Smith, AR–OK MSA                                         Hamilton–Middletown, OH PMSA—see                       Hickory–Morganton, NC MSA
      Crawford County, AR                                      Cincinnati–Hamilton, OH–KY–IN CMSA                          Alexander County, NC
      Sebastian County, AR                                                                                                 Burke County, NC
      Sequoyah County, OK                                     Harrisburg–Lebanon–Carlisle, PA MSA                          Caldwell County, NC
                                                                    Cumberland County, PA                                  Catawba County, NC
Fort Walton Beach, FL MSA                                           Dauphin County, PA
      Okaloosa County, FL                                           Lebanon County, PA                               Honolulu, HI MSA
                                                                    Perry County, PA                                      Honolulu County, HI
Fort Wayne, IN MSA
      Adams County, IN                                        Hartford, CT MSA                                       Houma, LA MSA
      Allen County, IN                                              Hartford County, CT (part)                           Lafourche Parish, LA
      De Kalb County, IN                                               Avon town, CT                                     Terrebonne Parish, LA
      Huntington County, IN                                            Berlin town, CT
      Wells County, IN                                                 Bloomfield town, CT                           Houston, TX PMSA—see Houston–Galveston–
      Whitley County, IN                                               Bristol city, CT                               Brazoria, TX CMSA

Fort Worth–Arlington, TX PMSA—see                                      Burlington town, CT                           Houston–Galveston–Brazoria, TX CMSA
 Dallas–Fort Worth, TX CMSA                                            Canton town, CT                                 Brazoria, TX PMSA
                                                                       East Granby town, CT                               Brazoria County, TX
Fresno, CA MSA                                                         East Hartford town, CT                          Galveston–Texas City, TX PMSA
     Fresno County, CA                                                 East Windsor town, CT                              Galveston County, TX
     Madera County, CA                                                 Enfield town, CT                                Houston, TX PMSA
                                                                       Farmington town, CT                                Chambers County, TX
Gadsden, AL MSA                                                        Glastonbury town, CT
     Etowah County, AL                                                                                                    Fort Bend County, TX
                                                                       Granby town, CT                                    Harris County, TX
Gainesville, FL MSA                                                    Hartford city, CT                                  Liberty County, TX
     Alachua County, FL                                                Manchester town, CT                                Montgomery County, TX
                                                                       Marlborough town, CT                               Waller County, TX
Galveston–Texas City, TX PMSA—see                                      New Britain city, CT
 Houston–Galveston–Brazoria, TX CMSA                                   Newington town, CT                            Huntington–Ashland, WV–KY–OH MSA
                                                                       Plainville town, CT                                 Boyd County, KY
Gary, IN PMSA—see Chicago–Gary–                                        Rocky Hill town, CT                                 Carter County, KY
 Kenosha, IL–IN–WI CMSA                                                Simsbury town, CT                                   Greenup County, KY
Glens Falls, NY MSA                                                    Southington town, CT                                Lawrence County, OH
      Warren County, NY                                                South Windsor town, CT                              Cabell County, WV
      Washington County, NY                                            Suffield town, CT                                   Wayne County, WV
                                                                       West Hartford town, CT
Goldsboro, NC MSA                                                      Wethersfield town, CT                         Huntsville, AL MSA
     Wayne County, NC                                                  Windsor town, CT                                   Limestone County, AL
                                                                       Windsor Locks town, CT                             Madison County, AL
Grand Forks, ND–MN MSA
     Polk County, MN                                                  Litchfield County, CT (part)                   Indianapolis, IN MSA
     Grand Forks County, ND                                               Barkhamsted town, CT                             Boone County, IN
                                                                          Harwinton town, CT                               Hamilton County, IN
Grand Rapids–Muskegon–Holland, MI MSA
                                                                          New Hartford town, CT                            Hancock County, IN
     Allegan County, MI
                                                                          Plymouth town, CT                                Hendricks County, IN
     Kent County, MI
                                                                          Winchester town, CT                              Johnson County, IN
     Muskegon County, MI
                                                                                                                           Madison County, IN
     Ottawa County, MI                                                Middlesex County, CT (part)                          Marion County, IN
                                                                         Cromwell town, CT                                 Morgan County, IN
Great Falls, MT MSA
                                                                         Durham town, CT
      Cascade County, MT                                                                                                   Shelby County, IN
                                                                         East Haddam town, CT
Greeley, CO PMSA—see Denver–Boulder–                                     East Hampton town, CT                       Iowa City, IA MSA
 Greeley, CO CMSA                                                        Haddam town, CT                                   Johnson County, IA
                                                                         Middlefield town, CT
Green Bay, WI MSA                                                        Middletown city, CT                         Jackson, MI MSA
     Brown County, WI                                                    Portland town, CT                                Jackson County, MI
Greensboro–Winston-Salem–High Point, NC                               New London County, CT (part)
 MSA                                                                                                                 Jackson, MS MSA
                                                                        Colchester town, CT
     Alamance County, NC                                                                                                  Hinds County, MS
                                                                        Lebanon town, CT
     Davidson County, NC                                                                                                  Madison County, MS
     Davie County, NC                                                 Tolland County, CT (part)                           Rankin County, MS
     Forsyth County, NC                                                  Andover town, CT
                                                                         Bolton town, CT                             Jackson, TN MSA
     Guilford County, NC
     Randolph County, NC                                                 Columbia town, CT                                Madison County, TN
     Stokes County, NC                                                   Coventry town, CT                           Jacksonville, FL MSA
     Yadkin County, NC                                                   Ellington town, CT
                                                                                                                          Clay County, FL
Greenville, NC MSA                                                       Hebron town, CT
                                                                                                                          Duval County, FL
     Pitt County, NC                                                     Mansfield town, CT
                                                                                                                          Nassau County, FL
                                                                         Somers town, CT
                                                                                                                          St. Johns County, FL
Greenville–Spartanburg–Anderson, SC MSA                                  Stafford town, CT
     Anderson County, SC                                                 Tolland town, CT                            Jacksonville, NC MSA
     Cherokee County, SC                                                 Vernon town, CT                                  Onslow County, NC
     Greenville County, SC                                               Willington town, CT
     Pickens County, SC                                                                                              Jamestown, NY MSA
     Spartanburg County, SC                                           Windham County, CT (part)                           Chautauqua County, NY
                                                                         Ashford town, CT
Hagerstown, MD PMSA—see Washington–                                      Chaplin town, CT                            Janesville–Beloit, WI MSA
 Baltimore, DC–MD–VA–WV CMSA                                             Windham town, CT                                 Rock County, WI

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Jersey City, NJ PMSA—see New York–                            Lancaster, PA MSA                                      Los Angeles–Long Beach, CA PMSA—see
 Northern New Jersey–Long Island,                                  Lancaster County, PA                               Los Angeles–Riverside–Orange County,
 NY–NJ–CT–PA CMSA                                                                                                     CA CMSA
                                                              Lansing–East Lansing, MI MSA
Johnson City–Kingsport–Bristol, TN–VA                               Clinton County, MI                               Louisville, KY–IN MSA
 MSA                                                                Eaton County, MI                                       Clark County, IN
     Carter County, TN                                              Ingham County, MI                                      Floyd County, IN
     Hawkins County, TN                                                                                                    Harrison County, IN
     Sullivan County, TN                                      Laredo, TX MSA                                               Scott County, IN
     Unicoi County, TN                                             Webb County, TX                                         Bullitt County, KY
     Washington County, TN                                                                                                 Jefferson County, KY
     Scott County, VA                                         Las Cruces, NM MSA                                           Oldham County, KY
     Washington County, VA                                          Dona Ana County, NM
                                                                                                                     Lowell, MA–NH PMSA—see Boston–
     Bristol city, VA
                                                              Las Vegas, NV–AZ MSA                                    Worcester–Lawrence, MA–NH–ME–CT CMSA
Johnstown, PA MSA                                                  Mohave County, AZ
                                                                                                                     Lubbock, TX MSA
     Cambria County, PA                                            Clark County, NV
                                                                                                                          Lubbock County, TX
     Somerset County, PA                                           Nye County, NV
                                                                                                                     Lynchburg, VA MSA
Joplin, MO MSA                                                Lawrence, KS MSA                                            Amherst County, VA
      Jasper County, MO                                            Douglas County, KS                                     Bedford County, VA
      Newton County, MO                                                                                                   Campbell County, VA
                                                              Lawrence, MA–NH PMSA—see Boston–
Kalamazoo–Battle Creek, MI MSA                                 Worcester–Lawrence, MA–NH–ME–CT                            Bedford city, VA
     Calhoun County, MI                                        CMSA                                                       Lynchburg city, VA
     Kalamazoo County, MI                                                                                            Macon, GA MSA
     Van Buren County, MI                                     Lawton, OK MSA
                                                                                                                          Bibb County, GA
                                                                   Comanche County, OK                                    Houston County, GA
Kankakee, IL PMSA—see Chicago–Gary–
 Kenosha, IL–IN–WI CMSA                                       Lewiston–Auburn, ME MSA                                     Jones County, GA
                                                                    Androscoggin County, ME (part)                        Peach County, GA
Kansas City, MO–KS MSA                                                Auburn city, ME                                     Twiggs County, GA
     Johnson County, KS                                               Greene town, ME
     Leavenworth County, KS                                                                                          Madison, WI MSA
                                                                      Lewiston city, ME                                   Dane County, WI
     Miami County, KS                                                 Lisbon town, ME
     Wyandotte County, KS                                             Mechanic Falls town, ME                        Manchester, NH PMSA—see Boston–
     Cass County, MO                                                  Poland town, ME                                 Worcester–Lawrence, MA–NH–ME–CT CMSA
     Clay County, MO                                                  Sabattus town, ME
     Clinton County, MO                                               Turner town, ME                                Mansfield, OH MSA
     Jackson County, MO                                               Wales town, ME                                      Crawford County, OH
     Lafayette County, MO                                                                                                 Richland County, OH
     Platte County, MO                                        Lexington, KY MSA
     Ray County, MO                                                                                                  McAllen–Edinburg–Mission, TX MSA
                                                                    Bourbon County, KY                                     Hidalgo County, TX
Kenosha, WI PMSA—see Chicago–Gary–                                  Clark County, KY
 Kenosha, IL–IN–WI CMSA                                             Fayette County, KY                               Medford–Ashland, OR MSA
                                                                    Jessamine County, KY                                  Jackson County, OR
Killeen–Temple, TX MSA                                              Madison County, KY
       Bell County, TX                                                                                               Melbourne–Titusville–Palm Bay, FL MSA
                                                                    Scott County, KY
       Coryell County, TX                                                                                                 Brevard County, FL
                                                                    Woodford County, KY
Knoxville, TN MSA                                                                                                    Memphis, TN–AR–MS MSA
                                                              Lima, OH MSA                                               Crittenden County, AR
     Anderson County, TN                                            Allen County, OH                                     DeSoto County, MS
     Blount County, TN                                              Auglaize County, OH                                  Fayette County, TN
     Knox County, TN
                                                                                                                         Shelby County, TN
     Loudon County, TN                                        Lincoln, NE MSA                                            Tipton County, TN
     Sevier County, TN                                              Lancaster County, NE
     Union County, TN                                                                                                Merced, CA MSA
                                                              Little Rock–North Little Rock, AR MSA                       Merced County, CA
Kokomo, IN MSA
                                                                     Faulkner County, AR
     Howard County, IN                                                                                               Miami–Fort Lauderdale, FL CMSA
                                                                     Lonoke County, AR
     Tipton County, IN                                                                                                  Fort Lauderdale, FL PMSA
                                                                     Pulaski County, AR
                                                                                                                           Broward County, FL
La Crosse, WI–MN MSA                                                 Saline County, AR
                                                                                                                        Miami, FL PMSA
      Houston County, MN                                                                                                   Dade County, FL
      La Crosse County, WI                                    Longview–Marshall, TX MSA
                                                                   Gregg County, TX                                  Miami, FL PMSA—see Miami–Fort
Lafayette, LA MSA                                                  Harrison County, TX                                Lauderdale, FL CMSA
      Acadia Parish, LA                                            Upshur County, TX
      Lafayette Parish, LA                                                                                           Middlesex–Somerset–Hunterdon, NJ
      St. Landry Parish, LA                                   Los Angeles–Riverside–Orange County, CA                 PMSA—see New York–Northern New
      St. Martin Parish, LA                                    CMSA                                                   Jersey–Long Island, NY–NJ–CT–PA CMSA
                                                                 Los Angeles–Long Beach, CA PMSA
Lafayette, IN MSA                                                                                                    Milwaukee–Waukesha, WI PMSA—see
                                                                    Los Angeles County, CA
      Clinton County, IN                                                                                              Milwaukee–Racine, WI CMSA
                                                                 Orange County, CA PMSA
      Tippecanoe County, IN
                                                                    Orange County, CA                                Milwaukee–Racine, WI CMSA
Lake Charles, LA MSA                                             Riverside–San Bernardino, CA PMSA                      Milwaukee–Waukesha, WI PMSA
     Calcasieu Parish, LA                                           Riverside County, CA                                   Milwaukee County, WI
                                                                    San Bernardino County, CA                              Ozaukee County, WI
Lakeland–Winter Haven, FL MSA                                    Ventura, CA PMSA                                          Washington County, WI
      Polk County, FL                                               Ventura County, CA                                     Waukesha County, WI

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Milwaukee–Racine, WI CMSA—Con.                                New London–Norwich, CT–RI MSA—Con.                     New York–Northern New Jersey–Long
   Racine, WI PMSA                                                 New London County, CT (part)—Con.                  Island, NY–NJ–CT–PA CMSA—Con.
     Racine County, WI                                                Groton Long Point borough, CT                     Jersey City, NJ PMSA
                                                                      Jewett City borough, CT                              Hudson County, NJ
Minneapolis–St. Paul, MN–WI MSA                                       Ledyard town, CT                                  Middlesex–Somerset–Hunterdon, NJ PMSA
     Anoka County, MN                                                 Lisbon town, CT                                      Hunterdon County, NJ
     Carver County, MN                                                Montville town, CT                                   Middlesex County, NJ
     Chisago County, MN                                               New London city, CT                                  Somerset County, NJ
     Dakota County, MN                                                North Stonington town, CT                         Monmouth–Ocean, NJ PMSA
     Hennepin County, MN                                              Norwich city, CT                                     Monmouth County, NJ
     Isanti County, MN                                                Old Lyme town, CT                                    Ocean County, NJ
     Ramsey County, MN                                                Preston town, CT                                  Nassau–Suffolk, NY PMSA
     Scott County, MN                                                 Salem town, CT                                       Nassau County, NY
     Sherburne County, MN                                             Sprague town, CT                                     Suffolk County, NY
     Washington County, MN                                            Stonington borough, CT                            New Haven–Meriden, CT PMSA
     Wright County, MN                                                Stonington town, CT                                  Middlesex County, CT (part)
     Pierce County, WI                                                Waterford town, CT                                       Clinton town, CT
     St. Croix County, WI                                          Windham County, CT (part)                                   Killingworth town, CT
Mobile, AL MSA                                                        Canterbury town, CT                                  New Haven County, CT (part)
      Baldwin County, AL                                              Plainfield town, CT                                      Bethany town, CT
      Mobile County, AL                                            Washington County, RI (part)                                Branford town, CT
                                                                      Hopkinton town, RI                                       Cheshire town, CT
Modesto, CA MSA                                                       Westerly town, RI                                        East Haven town, CT
     Stanislaus County, CA                                                                                                     Guilford town, CT
                                                              New Orleans, LA MSA                                              Hamden town, CT
Monmouth–Ocean, NJ PMSA—see New                                    Jefferson Parish, LA                                        Madison town, CT
 York–Northern New Jersey–Long Island,                             Orleans Parish, LA                                          Meriden city, CT
 NY–NJ–CT–PA CMSA                                                  Plaquemines Parish, LA                                      New Haven city, CT
                                                                   St. Bernard Parish, LA                                      North Branford town, CT
Monroe, LA MSA                                                     St. Charles Parish, LA
     Ouachita Parish, LA                                                                                                       North Haven town, CT
                                                                   St. James Parish, LA                                        Orange town, CT
Montgomery, AL MSA                                                 St. John the Baptist Parish, LA                             Wallingford town, CT
     Autauga County, AL                                            St. Tammany Parish, LA                                      West Haven city, CT
     Elmore County, AL                                        New York, NY PMSA—see New York–                                  Woodbridge town, CT
     Montgomery County, AL                                     Northern New Jersey–Long Island,                         New York, NY PMSA
                                                               NY–NJ–CT–PA CMSA                                            Bronx County, NY
Muncie, IN MSA                                                                                                             Kings County, NY
     Delaware County, IN                                      New York–Northern New Jersey–Long                            New York County, NY
Myrtle Beach, SC MSA                                           Island, NY–NJ–CT–PA CMSA                                    Putnam County, NY
      Horry County, SC                                           Bergen–Passaic, NJ PMSA                                   Queens County, NY
                                                                     Bergen County, NJ                                     Richmond County, NY
Naples, FL MSA                                                       Passaic County, NJ                                    Rockland County, NY
     Collier County, FL                                          Bridgeport, CT PMSA                                       Westchester County, NY
                                                                     Fairfield County, CT (part)                        Newark, NJ PMSA
Nashua, NH PMSA—see Boston–                                              Bridgeport city, CT                               Essex County, NJ
 Worcester–Lawrence, MA–NH–ME–CT CMSA                                    Easton town, CT                                   Morris County, NJ
Nashville, TN MSA                                                        Fairfield town, CT                                Sussex County, NJ
                                                                         Monroe town, CT                                   Union County, NJ
     Cheatham County, TN
                                                                         Shelton city, CT                                  Warren County, NJ
     Davidson County, TN
                                                                         Stratford town, CT                             Newburgh, NY–PA PMSA
     Dickson County, TN
                                                                         Trumbull town, CT                                 Orange County, NY
     Robertson County, TN
                                                                     New Haven County, CT (part)                           Pike County, PA
     Rutherford County, TN
                                                                         Ansonia city, CT                               Stamford–Norwalk, CT PMSA
     Sumner County, TN
                                                                         Beacon Falls town, CT                             Fairfield County, CT (part)
     Williamson County, TN
                                                                         Derby city, CT                                        Darien town, CT
     Wilson County, TN
                                                                         Milford city (balance), CT                            Greenwich town, CT
Nassau–Suffolk, NY PMSA—see New                                          Oxford town, CT                                       New Canaan town, CT
 York–Northern New Jersey–Long Island,                                   Seymour town, CT                                      Norwalk city, CT
 NY–NJ–CT–PA CMSA                                                        Woodmont borough, CT                                  Stamford city, CT
                                                                 Danbury, CT PMSA                                              Weston town, CT
New Bedford, MA PMSA—see Boston–                                     Fairfield County, CT (part)                               Westport town, CT
 Worcester–Lawrence, MA–NH–ME–CT CMSA                                    Bethel town, CT                                       Wilton town, CT
                                                                         Brookfield town, CT                            Trenton, NJ PMSA
New Haven–Meriden, CT PMSA—see New                                       Danbury city, CT                                  Mercer County, NJ
 York–Northern New Jersey–Long Island,
                                                                         New Fairfield town, CT                         Waterbury, CT PMSA
 NY–NJ–CT–PA CMSA
                                                                         Newtown borough, CT                               Litchfield County, CT (part)
New London–Norwich, CT–RI MSA                                            Newtown town, CT                                      Bethlehem town, CT
     Middlesex County, CT (part)                                         Redding town, CT                                      Thomaston town, CT
        Fenwick borough, CT                                              Ridgefield town, CT                                   Watertown town, CT
        Old Saybrook town, CT                                            Sherman town, CT                                      Woodbury town, CT
     New London County, CT (part)                                    Litchfield County, CT (part)                          New Haven County, CT (part)
        Bozrah town, CT                                                  Bridgewater town, CT                                  Middlebury town, CT
        East Lyme town, CT                                               New Milford town, CT                                  Naugatuck borough, CT
        Franklin town, CT                                                Roxbury town, CT                                      Prospect town, CT
        Griswold town balance, CT                                        Washington town, CT                                   Southbury town, CT
        Groton city, CT                                          Dutchess County, NY PMSA                                      Waterbury city, CT
        Groton town balance, CT                                      Dutchess County, NY                                       Wolcott town, CT

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Newark, NJ PMSA—see New York–                                 Philadelphia, PA–NJ PMSA—see                           Portland–Vancouver, OR–WA PMSA—see
 Northern New Jersey–Long Island,                              Philadelphia–Wilmington–Atlantic City,                 Portland–Salem, OR–WA CMSA
 NY–NJ–CT–PA CMSA                                              PA–NJ–DE–MD CMSA
                                                                                                                     Portland–Salem, OR–WA CMSA
Newburgh, NY–PA PMSA—see New                                                                                            Portland–Vancouver, OR–WA PMSA
                                                              Philadelphia–Wilmington–Atlantic City,
 York–Northern New Jersey–Long Island,                                                                                     Clackamas County, OR
                                                               PA–NJ–DE–MD CMSA
 NY–NJ–CT–PA CMSA                                                                                                          Columbia County, OR
                                                                 Atlantic–Cape May, NJ PMSA
                                                                                                                           Multnomah County, OR
Norfolk–Virginia Beach–Newport News, VA–NC                           Atlantic County, NJ
                                                                                                                           Washington County, OR
 MSA                                                                 Cape May County, NJ
                                                                                                                           Yamhill County, OR
       Currituck County, NC                                      Philadelphia, PA–NJ PMSA                                  Clark County, WA
       Gloucester County, VA                                         Burlington County, NJ
       Isle of Wight County, VA                                      Camden County, NJ                                  Salem, OR PMSA
       James City County, VA                                         Gloucester County, NJ                                 Marion County, OR
       Mathews County, VA                                            Salem County, NJ                                      Polk County, OR
       York County, VA                                               Bucks County, PA
       Chesapeake city, VA                                           Chester County, PA                              Portsmouth–Rochester, NH–ME PMSA—see
       Hampton city, VA                                              Delaware County, PA                              Boston–Worcester–Lawrence,MA–NH–ME–CT
       Newport News city, VA                                         Montgomery County, PA                            CMSA
       Norfolk city, VA                                              Philadelphia County, PA
       Poquoson city, VA                                         Vineland–Millville–Bridgeton, NJ PMSA               Providence–Fall River–Warwick, RI–MA MSA
       Portsmouth city, VA                                           Cumberland County, NJ                                 Bristol County, MA (part)
       Suffolk city, VA                                                                                                        Attleboro city, MA
       Virginia Beach city, VA                                   Wilmington–Newark, DE–MD PMSA
                                                                                                                               Fall River city, MA
       Williamsburg city, VA                                         New Castle County, DE
                                                                                                                               North Attleborough town, MA
                                                                     Cecil County, MD
                                                                                                                               Rehoboth town, MA
Oakland, CA PMSA—see San Francisco–                                                                                            Seekonk town, MA
 Oakland–San Jose, CA CMSA                                    Phoenix–Mesa, AZ MSA
                                                                   Maricopa County, AZ                                         Somerset town, MA
Ocala, FL MSA                                                      Pinal County, AZ                                            Swansea town, MA
      Marion County, FL                                                                                                        Westport town, MA
                                                              Pine Bluff, AR MSA                                           Bristol County, RI
Odessa–Midland, TX MSA                                              Jefferson County, AR                                       Barrington town, RI
     Ector County, TX                                                                                                          Bristol town, RI
     Midland County, TX                                       Pittsburgh, PA MSA                                               Warren town, RI
                                                                    Allegheny County, PA                                   Kent County, RI
Oklahoma City, OK MSA                                               Beaver County, PA                                          Coventry town, RI
     Canadian County, OK                                            Butler County, PA                                          East Greenwich town, RI
     Cleveland County, OK                                           Fayette County, PA                                         Warwick city, RI
     Logan County, OK                                               Washington County, PA                                      West Greenwich town, RI
     McClain County, OK                                             Westmoreland County, PA                                    West Warwick town, RI
     Oklahoma County, OK                                                                                                   Newport County, RI (part)
     Pottawatomie County, OK                                  Pittsfield, MA MSA                                               Jamestown town, RI
                                                                     Berkshire County, MA (part)                               Little Compton town, RI
Olympia, WA PMSA—see Seattle–Tacoma–
                                                                         Adams town, MA                                        Tiverton town, RI
 Bremerton, WA CMSA
                                                                         Cheshire town, MA                                 Providence County, RI
Omaha, NE–IA MSA                                                         Dalton town, MA                                       Burrillville town, RI
    Pottawattamie County, IA                                             Hinsdale town, MA                                     Central Falls city, RI
    Cass County, NE                                                      Lanesborough town, MA
                                                                                                                               Cranston city, RI
    Douglas County, NE                                                   Lee town, MA
                                                                                                                               Cumberland town, RI
    Sarpy County, NE                                                     Lenox town, MA
                                                                         Pittsfield city, MA                                   East Providence city, RI
    Washington County, NE                                                                                                      Foster town, RI
                                                                         Richmond town, MA
Orange County, CA PMSA—see Los                                           Stockbridge town, MA                                  Glocester town, RI
 Angeles–Riverside–Orange County,CA CMSA                                                                                       Johnston town, RI
                                                              Portland, ME MSA                                                 Lincoln town, RI
Orlando, FL MSA                                                     Cumberland County, ME (part)                               North Providence town, RI
      Lake County, FL                                                  Cape Elizabeth town, ME                                 North Smithfield town, RI
      Orange County, FL                                                Casco town, ME                                          Pawtucket city, RI
      Osceola County, FL                                               Cumberland town, ME                                     Providence city, RI
      Seminole County, FL                                              Falmouth town, ME                                       Scituate town, RI
Owensboro, KY MSA                                                      Freeport town, ME                                       Smithfield town, RI
                                                                       Gorham town, ME                                         Woonsocket city, RI
    Daviess County, KY
                                                                       Gray town, ME                                       Washington County, RI (part)
Panama City, FL MSA                                                    North Yarmouth town, ME                                 Charlestown town, RI
     Bay County, FL                                                    Portland city, ME                                       Exeter town, RI
                                                                       Raymond town, ME                                        Narragansett town, RI
Parkersburg–Marietta, WV–OH MSA                                                                                                North Kingstown town, RI
                                                                       Scarborough town, ME
      Washington County, OH                                                                                                    Richmond town, RI
                                                                       South Portland city, ME
      Wood County, WV                                                                                                          South Kingstown town, RI
                                                                       Standish town, ME
Pensacola, FL MSA                                                      Westbrook city, ME
                                                                                                                     Provo–Orem, UT MSA
     Escambia County, FL                                               Windham town, ME
                                                                                                                          Utah County, UT
     Santa Rosa County, FL                                             Yarmouth town, ME
                                                                    York County, ME (part)                           Pueblo, CO MSA
Peoria–Pekin, IL MSA                                                   Buxton town, ME                                     Pueblo County, CO
      Peoria County, IL                                                Hollis town, ME
      Tazewell County, IL                                              Limington town, ME                            Punta Gorda, FL MSA
      Woodford County, IL                                              Old Orchard Beach town, ME                          Charlotte County, FL

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Racine, WI PMSA—see Milwaukee–Racine,                         Saginaw–Bay City–Midland, MI MSA                       Santa Cruz–Watsonville, CA PMSA—see San
 WI CMSA                                                            Bay County, MI                                    Francisco–Oakland–San Jose, CA CMSA
                                                                    Midland County, MI
Raleigh–Durham–Chapel Hill, NC MSA                                  Saginaw County, MI                               Santa Fe, NM MSA
      Chatham County, NC                                                                                                   Los Alamos County, NM
      Durham County, NC                                       St. Cloud, MN MSA                                            Santa Fe County, NM
      Franklin County, NC                                            Benton County, MN
      Johnston County, NC                                            Stearns County, MN                              Santa Rosa, CA PMSA—see San Francisco–
      Orange County, NC                                                                                               Oakland–San Jose, CA CMSA
      Wake County, NC                                         St. Joseph, MO MSA
                                                                    Andrew County, MO                                Sarasota–Bradenton, FL MSA
Rapid City, SD MSA                                                  Buchanan County, MO                                   Manatee County, FL
      Pennington County, SD                                                                                               Sarasota County, FL
                                                              St. Louis, MO–IL MSA
Reading, PA MSA                                                     Clinton County, IL                               Savannah, GA MSA
     Berks County, PA                                               Jersey County, IL                                     Bryan County, GA
                                                                    Madison County, IL                                    Chatham County, GA
Redding, CA MSA                                                     Monroe County, IL                                     Effingham County, GA
     Shasta County, CA                                              St. Clair County, IL                             Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–Hazleton, PA MSA
Reno, NV MSA                                                        Franklin County, MO                                    Columbia County, PA
      Washoe County, NV                                             Jefferson County, MO                                   Lackawanna County, PA
                                                                    Lincoln County, MO                                     Luzerne County, PA
Richland–Kennewick–Pasco, WA MSA                                    St. Charles County, MO                                 Wyoming County, PA
      Benton County, WA                                             St. Louis County, MO
      Franklin County, WA                                           Warren County, MO                                Seattle–Bellevue–Everett, WA PMSA—see
                                                                    St. Louis city, MO                                Seattle–Tacoma–Bremerton, WA CMSA
Richmond–Petersburg, VA MSA
     Charles City County, VA                                  Salem,ORPMSA—see Portland–Salem,OR–WA                  Seattle–Tacoma–Bremerton, WA CMSA
     Chesterfield County, VA                                   CMSA                                                    Bremerton, WA PMSA
     Dinwiddie County, VA                                                                                                  Kitsap County, WA
     Goochland County, VA                                     Salinas, CA MSA                                          Olympia, WA PMSA
     Hanover County, VA                                             Monterey County, CA                                    Thurston County, WA
     Henrico County, VA                                                                                                Seattle–Bellevue–Everett, WA PMSA
                                                              Salt Lake City–Ogden, UT MSA
     New Kent County, VA                                                                                                   Island County, WA
     Powhatan County, VA                                            Davis County, UT
                                                                                                                           King County, WA
     Prince George County, VA                                       Salt Lake County, UT
                                                                                                                           Snohomish County, WA
     Colonial Heights city, VA                                      Weber County, UT
                                                                                                                       Tacoma, WA PMSA
     Hopewell city, VA                                        San Angelo, TX MSA                                           Pierce County, WA
     Petersburg city, VA                                           Tom Green County, TX
     Richmond city, VA                                                                                               Sharon, PA MSA
                                                              San Antonio, TX MSA                                         Mercer County, PA
Riverside–San Bernardino, CA PMSA—see                              Bexar County, TX
 Los Angeles–Riverside–Orange County,                                                                                Sheboygan, WI MSA
                                                                   Comal County, TX                                       Sheboygan County, WI
 CA CMSA                                                           Guadalupe County, TX
Roanoke, VA MSA                                                    Wilson County, TX                                 Sherman–Denison, TX MSA
     Botetourt County, VA                                                                                                 Grayson County, TX
                                                              San Diego, CA MSA
     Roanoke County, VA                                             San Diego County, CA                             Shreveport–Bossier City, LA MSA
     Roanoke city, VA                                                                                                     Bossier Parish, LA
     Salem city, VA                                           San Francisco, CA PMSA—see San                              Caddo Parish, LA
                                                               Francisco–Oakland–San Jose, CA CMSA                        Webster Parish, LA
Rochester, MN MSA
     Olmsted County, MN                                       San Francisco–Oakland–San Jose, CA CMSA                Sioux City, IA–NE MSA
                                                                 Oakland, CA PMSA                                          Woodbury County, IA
Rochester, NY MSA
                                                                    Alameda County, CA                                     Dakota County, NE
     Genesee County, NY                                             Contra Costa County, CA
     Livingston County, NY                                       San Francisco, CA PMSA                              Sioux Falls, SD MSA
     Monroe County, NY                                              Marin County, CA                                       Lincoln County, SD
     Ontario County, NY                                             San Francisco County, CA                               Minnehaha County, SD
     Orleans County, NY                                             San Mateo County, CA
     Wayne County, NY                                            San Jose, CA PMSA                                   South Bend, IN MSA
                                                                    Santa Clara County, CA                                 St. Joseph County, IN
Rockford, IL MSA
     Boone County, IL                                            Santa Cruz–Watsonville, CA PMSA                     Spokane, WA MSA
     Ogle County, IL                                                Santa Cruz County, CA                                 Spokane County, WA
     Winnebago County, IL                                        Santa Rosa, CA PMSA
                                                                    Sonoma County, CA                                Springfield, IL MSA
Rocky Mount, NC MSA                                              Vallejo–Fairfield–Napa, CA PMSA                           Menard County, IL
     Edgecombe County, NC                                           Napa County, CA                                        Sangamon County, IL
     Nash County, NC                                                Solano County, CA
                                                                                                                     Springfield, MO MSA
Sacramento, CA PMSA—see Sacramento–                           San Jose, CA PMSA—see San Francisco–                         Christian County, MO
 Yolo, CA CMSA                                                 Oakland–San Jose, CA CMSA                                   Greene County, MO
                                                                                                                           Webster County, MO
Sacramento–Yolo, CA CMSA                                      San Luis Obispo–Atascadero–Paso Rob-
   Sacramento, CA PMSA                                         les, CA MSA                                           Springfield, MA MSA
      El Dorado County, CA                                          San Luis Obispo County, CA                             Franklin County, MA (part)
      Placer County, CA                                                                                                        Sunderland town, MA
      Sacramento County, CA                                   Santa Barbara–Santa Maria–Lompoc, CA                         Hampden County, MA (part)
   Yolo, CA PMSA                                               MSA                                                             Agawam city, MA
      Yolo County, CA                                              Santa Barbara County, CA                                    Chicopee city, MA

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Springfield, MA MSA—Con.                                      Toledo, OH MSA                                          Washington–Baltimore,DC–MD–VA–WVCMSA—
      Hampden County, MA (part)—Con.                               Fulton County, OH                                   Con.
          East Longmeadow town, MA                                 Lucas County, OH                                     Washington, DC–MD–VA–WV PMSA—Con.
          Hampden town, MA                                         Wood County, OH                                          Fauquier County, VA
          Holyoke city, MA                                                                                                  King George County, VA
          Longmeadow town, MA                                 Topeka, KS MSA                                                Loudoun County, VA
          Ludlow town, MA                                          Shawnee County, KS                                       Prince William County, VA
          Monson town, MA                                     Trenton, NJ PMSA—see New York–                                Spotsylvania County, VA
          Montgomery town, MA                                  Northern New Jersey–Long Island,                             Stafford County, VA
          Palmer town, MA                                      NY–NJ–CT–PA CMSA                                             Warren County, VA
          Russell town, MA                                                                                                  Alexandria city, VA
          Southwick town, MA                                  Tucson, AZ MSA                                                Fairfax city, VA
          Springfield city, MA                                     Pima County, AZ                                          Falls Church city, VA
          Westfield city, MA                                                                                                Fredericksburg city, VA
          West Springfield town, MA                           Tulsa, OK MSA                                                 Manassas city, VA
          Wilbraham town, MA                                        Creek County, OK                                        Manassas Park city, VA
      Hampshire County, MA (part)                                   Osage County, OK                                        Berkeley County, WV
          Amherst town, MA                                          Rogers County, OK                                       Jefferson County, WV
          Belchertown town, MA                                      Tulsa County, OK
                                                                    Wagoner County, OK                                Waterbury, CT PMSA—see New York–
          Easthampton town, MA
                                                                                                                       Northern New Jersey–Long Island,
          Granby town, MA                                     Tuscaloosa, AL MSA                                       NY–NJ–CT–PA CMSA
          Hadley town, MA                                          Tuscaloosa County, AL
          Hatfield town, MA                                                                                           Waterloo–Cedar Falls, IA MSA
          Huntington town, MA                                 Tyler, TX MSA                                                 Black Hawk County, IA
          Northampton city, MA                                       Smith County, TX
                                                                                                                      Wausau, WI MSA
          Southampton town, MA
                                                              Utica–Rome, NY MSA                                           Marathon County, WI
          South Hadley town, MA
          Ware town, MA                                             Herkimer County, NY                               West Palm Beach–Boca Raton, FL MSA
          Williamsburg town, MA                                     Oneida County, NY                                      Palm Beach County, FL
Stamford–Norwalk, CT PMSA—see New                             Vallejo–Fairfield–Napa, CA PMSA—see San                 Wheeling, WV–OH MSA
 York–Northern New Jersey–Long Island,                         Francisco–Oakland–San Jose, CA CMSA                         Belmont County, OH
 NY–NJ–CT–PA CMSA                                                                                                          Marshall County, WV
                                                              Ventura, CA PMSA—see Los Angeles–
                                                                                                                           Ohio County, WV
State College, PA MSA                                          Riverside–Orange County, CA CMSA
      Centre County, PA                                                                                               Wichita, KS MSA
                                                              Victoria, TX MSA                                              Butler County, KS
Steubenville–Weirton, OH–WV MSA                                     Victoria County, TX                                     Harvey County, KS
     Jefferson County, OH                                     Vineland–Millville–Bridgeton, NJ PMSA—see                     Sedgwick County, KS
     Brooke County, WV                                         Philadelphia–Wilmington–Atlantic City,                 Wichita Falls, TX MSA
     Hancock County, WV                                        PA–NJ–DE–MD CMSA                                             Archer County, TX
Stockton–Lodi, CA MSA                                                                                                       Wichita County, TX
                                                              Visalia–Tulare–Porterville, CA MSA
      San Joaquin County, CA                                         Tulare County, CA                                Williamsport, PA MSA
Sumter, SC MSA                                                                                                              Lycoming County, PA
                                                              Waco, TX MSA
     Sumter County, SC                                             McLennan County, TX                                Wilmington–Newark, DE–MD PMSA—see
                                                                                                                       Philadelphia–Wilmington–Atlantic City,
Syracuse, NY MSA                                              Washington, DC–MD–VA–WV PMSA—see                         PA–NJ–DE–MD CMSA
     Cayuga County, NY                                         Washington–Baltimore,DC–MD–VA–WVCMSA
     Madison County, NY                                                                                               Wilmington, NC MSA
     Onondaga County, NY                                      Washington–Baltimore, DC–MD–VA–WV CMSA                        Brunswick County, NC
     Oswego County, NY                                          Baltimore, MD PMSA                                          New Hanover County, NC
                                                                    Anne Arundel County, MD
Tacoma, WA PMSA—see Seattle–Tacoma–                                                                                   Worcester, MA–CT PMSA—see Boston–
                                                                    Baltimore County, MD
 Bremerton, WA CMSA                                                                                                    Worcester–Lawrence, MA–NH–ME–CT CMSA
                                                                    Carroll County, MD
Tallahassee, FL MSA                                                 Harford County, MD                                Yakima, WA MSA
      Gadsden County, FL                                            Howard County, MD                                      Yakima County, WA
      Leon County, FL                                               Queen Anne’s County, MD
                                                                                                                      Yolo, CA PMSA—see Sacramento–Yolo, CA
                                                                    Baltimore city, MD
                                                                                                                       CMSA
Tampa–St. Petersburg–Clearwater, FL MSA                         Hagerstown, MD PMSA
     Hernando County, FL                                            Washington County, MD                             York, PA MSA
     Hillsborough County, FL                                    Washington, DC–MD–VA–WV PMSA                                York County, PA
     Pasco County, FL                                               District of Columbia, DC
                                                                                                                      Youngstown–Warren, OH MSA
     Pinellas County, FL                                            Calvert County, MD
                                                                                                                           Columbiana County, OH
                                                                    Charles County, MD
Terre Haute, IN MSA                                                                                                        Mahoning County, OH
                                                                    Frederick County, MD
      Clay County, IN                                                                                                      Trumbull County, OH
                                                                    Montgomery County, MD
      Vermillion County, IN                                                                                           Yuba City, CA MSA
                                                                    Prince George’s County, MD
      Vigo County, IN                                                                                                      Sutter County, CA
                                                                    Arlington County, VA
Texarkana, TX–Texarkana, AR MSA                                     Clarke County, VA                                      Yuba County, CA
     Miller County, AR                                              Culpeper County, VA                               Yuma, AZ MSA
     Bowie County, TX                                               Fairfax County, VA                                     Yuma County, AZ




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Publication Program

1992 CENSUS OF FINANCIAL, INSURANCE, AND                                                      Subject series—3 reports
REAL ESTATE INDUSTRIES                                                                        (FC92-S-1 to -3)
                                                                                                 The Establishment and Firm Size report (FC92-S-1) presents
   Publications of the 1992 Census of Financial, Insurance, and                               data for establishments with payroll, based on size of establish-
Real Estate Industries containing data on financial, insurance,                               ment, size of company or firm, and legal form of organization.
and real estate establishments in the United States, are described                            Establishment statistics are presented by revenue size and by
below. Publication order forms for specific reports may be                                    employment size; statistics for firms, by revenue size (including
obtained from any Department of Commerce district office or                                   concentration by largest firms), by employment size, and by
from Data User Services Division, Customer Services, Bureau of                                number of establishments operated (single units and multiunits).
the Census, Washington, DC 20233-8300. The first results were                                 Statistics are presented by kind of business on the number of
issued in press releases. Final detailed statistics are issued in                             establishments, revenue, payroll, and employment for the United
separate paperbound reports and compact disc-read only memory                                 States.
(CD-ROM).                                                                                        The Sources of Revenue report (FC92-S-2) presents data on
                                                                                              major sources of revenue by kind of business for the United
                                                                                              States as a whole.
Final Reports                                                                                    The Miscellaneous Subjects report (FC92-S-3) contains spe-
                                                                                              cial statistics on other miscellaneous industry-specific subjects.
                                                                                              Data are presented for the United States as a whole and, where
Geographic area series—1 report                                                               feasible, for States and MA’s.
(FC92-A-1)
                                                                                              Electronic Media
    The United States Summary report contains data for the
                                                                                                 All data included in the printed reports are available on
United States, all States and the District of Columbia, and
                                                                                              CD-ROM. Electronic media products are available for users who
metropolitan areas (MA’s) for establishments with payroll. Statis-
                                                                                              wish to summarize, rearrange, or process large amounts of data.
tics are provided on number of establishments, revenue, payroll,
                                                                                              These products, with corresponding technical documentation,
and employment, by varied financial, insurance and real estate
                                                                                              are sold by Data User Services Division, Customer Services,
classifications, for the United States, States, and MA’s. For each
                                                                                              Bureau of the Census, Washington, DC 20233-8300.
State, the District of Columbia, and the United States, data are
provided on revenue and employees per establishment, and on
revenue and payroll per employee. Greater kind-of-business                                    OTHER ECONOMIC CENSUS REPORTS
detail is shown for larger areas.
                                                                                                 Data on retail trade, wholesale trade, service industries,
                                                                                              construction industries, manufactures, mineral industries, trans-
Nonemployer statistics series—1 report                                                        portation, communications, utilities, enterprise statistics, minority-
(FC92-N-1)                                                                                    owned business enterprises, and women-owned businesses also
                                                                                              are available from the 1992 Economic Census. A separate series
                                                                                              of reports covers the census of outlying areas—Puerto Rico,
   This report includes data by kind of business for all establish-                           Virgin Islands of the United States, Guam, and the Northern
ments, establishments with payroll, and establishments without                                Marianas. Separate announcements describing these reports are
payroll for the United States and States. Also presented are                                  available free of charge from Data User Services Division,
statistics for establishments without payroll by kind of business                             Customer Services, Bureau of the Census, Washington, DC
for MA’s.                                                                                     20233-8300.

				
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