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									County Business Patterns
         1993
              California
                   CBP-93-6




          U.S. Department of Commerce
       Economics and Statistics Administration
             BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
Acknowledgments
   Paul Hanczaryk, Chief, Survey Processing and Products Branch, Economic Plan-
ning and Coordination Division, directed the preparation of this report and was assisted
by Thomas Bell and Gerald Feuer. Dianne Anderson, Carol Comisarow, Neil
Cotton, Marilyn Italiano, Alan Pines, Steven Rudolph, and Jon Youngman contrib-
uted in resolving establishment processing problems and in data analysis. Mitchell L.
Trager, Assistant Division Chief, Systems, Technology, and Methodology, assisted by
Ken Sausman and John Sullivan, provided general direction of the quality control
operations for data collection and computer processing. John Studds implemented
these operations and provided additional technical support. Edward D. Walker,
Assistant Division Chief for Register Operations, provided general staff guidance.
   Steven McCraith, Chief, Quinquennial Surveys Branch, Economic Statistical Meth-
ods and Programming Division, assisted by Dan Vacca, supervised computer support
operations. Ed Carr was assigned primary responsibility for programming this report.
Emory Fuller provided additional support for computer operations.
   The staff of the Administrative and Publications Services Division, Walter C. Odom,
Chief, performed publication planning, design, composition, editorial review, and
printing planning and procurement. Barbara Abbott provided publication coordination
and editing.
          County
         Business
         Patterns
            1993




                   Issued August 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
      ECONOMICS
   AND STATISTICS
  ADMINISTRATION

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




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Contents


                                                                                                                                                                                                        Page

     General Explanation

     Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .         V
     New This Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                V
     Data Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            V
     Sources of Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .               VI
     Definitions of Basic Data Items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                  VI
     Industry and Geography Classifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                             VI
     Comparability With Other Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                 VII
     Data Withheld From Publication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                    VII
     Reliability of Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .               VII
     Abbreviations and Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                               VII
     State Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .         IX


     Tables

     1a.          The State—Establishments, Employees, and Payroll, by Major Group: 1993 and
                   1992 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      1
     1b.          The State—Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                                                                          3
     1c.          The State—Employees and Annual Payroll by Employment-Size Class: 1993 . . . . . . . .                                                                                                   17
     1d.          The State—Establishments With 1,000 Employees or More by Major Group and
                   Employment-Size Class: 1993 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                        21
     1e.          The State—Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by County: 1993 and 1992 . . . .                                                                                                      22
     2.           Counties—Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                                                                      23


     Description of Publications Issued in Previous Years . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside back cover
                                                                                                                          V




General Explanation


INTRODUCTION                                                       If you wish to comment on the design, content, or uses
                                                                of the County Business Patterns data products, contact:
    County Business Patterns is an annual series that
provides subnational economic data by industry. The series        Bureau of the Census
is useful for studying the economic activity of small areas;      Economic Planning and Coordination Division
analyzing economic changes over time; and as a bench-             Survey Processing and Products Branch
mark for statistical series, surveys, and databases between       Washington, DC 20233
economic censuses. The series serves various business             301-457-2580
uses such as analyzing market potential, measuring the            Fax: 301-457-4433
effectiveness of sales and advertising programs, setting
sales quotas, and developing budgets. The data are also
used by government agencies for administration and plan-        DATA PRODUCTS
ning.
    Most of the nation’s economic activity is covered in this
                                                                Printed Reports
series. Data are excluded for self-employed persons, domes-        The County Business Patterns data series includes a
tic service workers, railroad employees, agricultural pro-      separate printed report for each State, the District of
duction workers, most government employees, and employ-         Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the United States. Individual
ees on ocean-borne vessels or in foreign countries. Data        State reports present payroll and employment data for the
are provided by industry in the following economic divi-        State and counties by industry. The reports also include the
sions: agricultural services, forestry, and fishing; mining;     number of establishments by industry and employment
construction; manufacturing; transportation and public utili-   size class.
ties; wholesale trade; retail trade; finance, insurance, and        The United States report presents similar data for the
real estate; and services. Data are tabulated by industry as    nation as a whole. In addition, the U.S. report provides
defined in the Standard Industrial Classification Manual:         employment and payroll data by employment size class for
1987.                                                           major industry groups.
    This series has been published annually since 1964 and         Data for industries with fewer than 100 employees are
at irregular intervals dating back to 1946. The comparability   not shown in the printed reports, but are available on
of data over time may be affected by definitional changes in     CD-ROM and other computer products. To order printed
establishments, activity status, and industrial classifica-      County Business Patterns reports, contact the Government
tions. For more details on these changes, see the section       Printing Office at 202-512-1800.
‘‘Comparability With Other Data.’’

NEW THIS YEAR                                                   Electronic Data Formats
                                                                   County Business Patterns series data are available on
   Due to printing limitations, there are some minor changes
                                                                CD-ROM, computer tapes and diskettes, and microfiche.
to the printed County Business Patterns reports for 1993.
                                                                The CD-ROM contains 1993 and 1992 County Business
Data for detailed industries with fewer than 100 employees
                                                                Patterns data and menu-driven access software. The CD-ROM
are not shown in the printed report. Prior to 1993, data for
                                                                also includes software for creating County Business Pat-
industries with 50 or more employees were shown. In
                                                                terns data files compatible with popular database and
addition, data for detailed industries withheld to avoid
                                                                spreadsheet software. For information and to order other
disclosing data for individual companies are not shown in
                                                                County Business Patterns data products, contact:
the printed reports. These data are included in the next
broader industry group. County Business Patterns CD-ROM
                                                                  Customer Services Branch
and other computer products are not subject to these
                                                                  Data User Services Division
printing limitations.
                                                                  Bureau of the Census
   A user survey is included in this publication. Information
                                                                  Washington, DC 20233
from this survey will assist the Census Bureau in designing
future County Business Patterns printed reports and elec-         Phone: 301-457-4100
tronic data products.                                             Internet Address: <http://www.census.gov/>
VI


SOURCES OF DATA                                                   it does not include profit or other compensation of propri-
                                                                  etors or partners. Payroll is reported before deductions for
   County Business Patterns basic data items are extracted        Social Security, income tax, insurance, union dues, etc.
from the Standard Statistical Establishment List, a file of all    First-quarter payroll consists of payroll during the January-
known single and multiestablishment companies main-               to-March quarter.
tained and updated by the Bureau of the Census. The
annual Company Organization Survey provides individual
establishment data for multiestablishment companies. Data         Mid-March Employment
for single establishment companies are obtained from
various Census Bureau programs, such as the Annual                   Paid employment consists of full- and part-time employ-
Survey of Manufactures and Current Business Surveys, as           ees, including salaried officers and executives of corpora-
well as from administrative records of the Internal Revenue       tions, who are on the payroll in the pay period including
Service and the Social Security Administration.                   March 12. Included are employees on paid sick leave,
                                                                  holidays, and vacations; not included are proprietors and
                                                                  partners of unincorporated businesses.
DEFINITIONS OF BASIC DATA ITEMS

                                                                  INDUSTRY AND GEOGRAPHY
Establishments
                                                                  CLASSIFICATIONS
   An establishment is a single physical location at which
                                                                    The quinquennial economic censuses are the primary
business is conducted or services or industrial operations
                                                                  source for industry and geography classifications. The
are performed. It is not necessarily identical with a com-
                                                                  annual Company Organization Survey, Annual Survey of
pany or enterprise, which may consist of one or more
                                                                  Manufactures, Current Business Surveys, and other Cen-
establishments. When two or more activities are carried on
                                                                  sus Bureau programs provide regular updates.
at a single location under a single ownership, all activities
generally are grouped together as a single establishment.
The entire establishment is classified on the basis of its         Industry Classification
major activity and all data are included in that classification.
   Administrative and auxiliary establishments primarily
                                                                     Additional sources for assigning industry classifications
manage, administer, service, or support the activities of
                                                                  are the Social Security Administration, the Internal Rev-
other establishments of the same company rather than the
                                                                  enue Service, and the Bureau of Labor Statistics. These
establishments of other companies or the general public.
                                                                  sources provide industry classification information for new
Data for these establishments are shown separately by
                                                                  businesses and businesses not canvassed in the Census
industry division.
                                                                  Bureau programs. Establishments without sufficient indus-
   Establishment-size designations are determined by paid         try information are tabulated in the ‘‘unclassified establish-
employment in the mid-March pay period. The size group            ments’’ group.
‘‘1 to 4’’ includes establishments that did not report any
paid employees in the mid-March pay period but paid                  In a few instances, the most detailed industry classifica-
wages to at least one employee at some time during the            tions for which data are shown represent a combination of
year.                                                             more detailed SIC industries. The data for these establish-
                                                                  ments are included in the tabulations at a broader industry
   Establishment counts represent the number of locations
                                                                  level. For this reason, the sum of industry components
with paid employees any time during the year. This series
                                                                  published in this series may not equal the total shown.
excludes governmental establishments except for liquor
stores (SIC 592), wholesale liquor establishments (SIC               Industry classifications are explained in an appendix in
518), depository institutions (SIC 60), federal and federally-    the U.S. Summary. The industry titles used throughout this
sponsored credit agencies (SIC 611), and hospitals (SIC           series are the short SIC titles; complete descriptions are
806).                                                             contained in the SIC manual.


Payroll                                                           Geography Classification

    Total payroll includes all forms of compensation, such as        Most geography codes are derived from the physical
salaries, wages, reported tips, commissions, bonuses,             location address reported in Census Bureau programs.
vacation allowances, sick-leave pay, employee contribu-           The Internal Revenue Service provides supplemental address
tions to qualified pension plans, and the value of taxable         information. Those employers without a fixed location
fringe benefits. For corporations, it includes amounts paid        within a State (or of unknown county location) are included
to officers and executives; for unincorporated businesses,        under a ‘‘statewide’’ classification at the end of the county
                                                                                                                         VII


tables. This incomplete detail causes only slight understate-   these establishments by employment-size class are not
ment of county employment. The independent cities in            considered to be disclosures, and so this information may
Virginia, and the cities of Baltimore, MD; Carson City, NV;     be released even though other information is withheld from
and St. Louis, MO, are treated as separate counties.            publications.

COMPARABILITY WITH OTHER DATA
                                                                RELIABILITY OF DATA
Earlier County Business Patterns
                                                                   All data are tabulated from universe files and are not
  The comparability of data with previous County Busi-
ness Patterns series may be affected by the following           subject to sampling errors. However, the data are subject
definitional changes:                                            to nonsampling errors. Nonsampling errors can be attrib-
                                                                uted to many sources: inability to identify all cases in the
x the change from a ‘‘reporting unit’’ concept to establish-    universe; definition and classification difficulties; differ-
  ment based data in 1974.
                                                                ences in interpretation of questions; errors in recording or
x the change in definition of ‘‘active’’ establishments in       coding the data obtained; errors of collection, response,
  1983.                                                         and coverage; and estimation of employers who reported
x the change in industrial classification definitions, the        too late to be included in the tabulations and for records
  most recent occurring in 1988.                                with missing or misreported data.

                                                                   The accuracy of the data is determined by the joint
  A description of previous County Business Patterns
publications is provided on the inside back cover.              effects of the various nonsampling errors. No direct mea-
                                                                surement of these effects has been obtained; however,
                                                                precautionary steps were taken in all phases of collection,
1992 Economic Census                                            processing, and tabulation to minimize the effects of non-
                                                                sampling errors.
    In comparing the employment and payroll shown in this
series with economic censuses data, the user should bear
in mind that definitional and coverage differences may
affect the direct comparison of data items. The definitions      ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS
are detailed in the introductory texts of the appropriate
publications.
    The economic census present data reported for indi-           The following abbreviations and symbols are used in this
vidual establishments; whereas, County Business Patterns        publication:
are based primarily on administrative records and data
reported from current surveys. While every effort is made to    −            Represents zero.
resolve significant differences for the same establishment,      A-C,E-M      Entered in place of employment data, repre-
differences are known to exist.                                              sents an employment-size class as defined in
                                                                             the footnote of the tables.
DATA WITHHELD FROM PUBLICATION                                  (D)          Withheld to avoid disclosing data for indi-
                                                                             vidual companies; data are included in broader
   In accordance with U.S. Code, Title 13, Section 9, no                     industry totals.
data are published that would disclose the operations of an     n.e.c.       Not elsewhere classified.
individual employer. However, the number of establish-
                                                                SIC          Standard Industrial Classification.
ments in an industry classification and the distribution of
                  Description of Publications Issued in Previous Years

                                       1974 through 1992
  Data are provided for mid-March employment, first-quarter and annual payrolls, and establish-
ments, by industry, for each county in the State and, in a separate report, for the United States.
Data are included for every industry having a significant number of employees or establishments.
Refer to General Explanation for a description of the types of employment covered.


                                       1964 through 1973
   Data are provided for first-quarter reporting units, employment, and taxable payrolls for each
county and metropolitan area in the State and, in a separate report, for the United States. Data are
included for every industry having a significant number of employees or reporting units.


                                          1959 and 1962
   Data are provided for first-quarter reporting units, employment, and taxable payrolls for each
county in the State and, in a separate report, for the United States. Data are included for every
industry having a significant number of employees or reporting units. Data are combined for some
counties in eight States.


                                                1956
  Data are provided for first-quarter reporting units, employment, and taxable payrolls for each
county in the State and, in a separate report, for the United States. Data are included for SIC
economic divisions, major groups, and selected three-digit SIC’s. Data are combined for some
counties in eight States.


                                          1949 and 1950
   Data are provided for first-quarter manufacturing establishments, employment, and taxable
payrolls for each large county in the State and, in a separate report, for the United States. Data are
included for manufacturing major industry groups and selected three-digit SIC’s. Manufacturing
totals are included for small counties. Data are combined for some counties in eight States.


                                  1947, 1948, 1951, and 1953
   Data are provided for first-quarter reporting units, employment, and taxable payrolls for each
large county in the State and, in a separate report, for the United States. Data are included for SIC
economic divisions, major groups, and selected three-digit SIC’s. Economic division totals are
included for small counties. Data are combined for some counties in eight States.


                                                1946
   Data are provided for first-quarter reporting units, employment, and taxable payrolls for each
large county in the State and, in a separate report, for the United States. Data are included for SIC
economic divisions and major groups. Economic division totals are included for small counties.
Data are combined for some counties in eight States.


                                            Availability
   The most recent edition of County Business Patterns can be examined in field offices of the
Department of Commerce, located in principal cities across the country. Earlier editions are
available in depository libraries for Federal publications, which are also conveniently located in all
areas of the country.
  For information on the coverage of individual series, write to Chief, Economic Planning and
Coordination Division, Bureau of the Census, Washington, DC 20233.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     CALIFORNIA 1

Table 1a.           The State Establishments, Employees, and Payroll, by Major Group:
                    1993 and 1992
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in
 broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                                            1993                                                                     1992

 SIC                                                                              Number of              Payroll ($1,000)                                Number of                Payroll ($1,000)
                          Major group                                             employees                                                              employees
code
                                                                Number of          for week                                             Number of         for week
                                                                 establish-        including               First                         establish-       including                 First
                                                                    ments          March 12              quarter             Annual         ments         March 12                quarter             Annual

                Total                                             736 691       10 725 990         68 643 601       295 202 397           746 789       10 729 697          69 749 886       290 374 778

           Agricultural services, forestry, and
            fishing                                                 11 769           95 187             347 889       1 656 243            11 935            97 699              369 659       1 694 225
07     Agricultural services                                        11 430           92 977             333   121     1 584       366      11 614            95 271              353   286     1 623       555
08     Forestry                                                        168              846               3   815        23       804         158             1 038                4   195        20       392
09     Fishing, hunting, and trapping                                  158              756               4   302        20       814         150               638                4   448        19       236
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                     13              608               6   651        27       259          13               752                7   730        31       042

           Mining                                                    1 119           32 421             364 192       1 526 841             1 176            35 913              363 319       1 522 730
10     Metal mining                                                       65          2 227              19 304              82   421            69             (G)                   (D)                 (D)
12     Coal mining                                                         6             48                 244               1   274             5              (B)                  (D)                 (D)
13     Oil and gas extraction                                            673         17 260             170 743             679   463           715          19 094              179 212             747 077
14     Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels                                310          6 314              54 482             245   778           319           6 778               58 163             248 488
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                       65          6 572             119 419             517   905            68           7 620              106 538             443 905

           Construction                                             61 697          475 509         2 974 820        13 687 022            66 277           530 620          3 511 061        15 134 676
15     General contractors and operative builders                   20 356          115   318         727     418     3 238 338            22 731           134   666          902     596     3 794 341
16     Heavy construction, except building                           2 939           56   848         445     839     2 182 815             2 840            63   870          545     619     2 515 427
17     Special trade contractors                                    38 355          301   955       1 782     874     8 186 260            40 659           330   490        2 036     641     8 727 047
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                     47            1   388          18     689        79 609                47             1   594           26     205        97 861

           Manufacturing                                            50 454        1 878 709        15 555 402        65 530 144            51 715        1 940 806          16 166 190        66 384 964
20     Food and kindred products                                     2 804          168 668         1 031 907         4 650 872             2 755           162 711          1 022 538         4 495 335
21     Tobacco products                                                  1               (A)               (D)               (D)                –                 –                  –                 –
22     Textile mill products                                           456                (J)              (D)               (D)              442            16 046             88 585           373 350
23     Apparel and other textile products                            5 867          133 912           495 453         2 243 602             5 898           137 147            502 746         2 208 939
24     Lumber and wood products                                      2 688           47 366           244 139         1 134 807             2 811            51 273            270 442         1 187 345

25     Furniture and fixtures                                        1 692           47   439         238     958     1     039   372       1 741            49   316          253     538     1     047   757
26     Paper and allied products                                       637           36   950         281     733     1     214   783         640            36   640          281     679     1     192   379
27     Printing and publishing                                       8 248          154   509       1 107     149     4     600   946       8 613           157   584        1 113     964     4     596   330
28     Chemicals and allied products                                 1 388           58   750         555     293     2     331   259       1 405            58   298          560     419     2     308   570
29     Petroleum and coal products                                     218           14   360         181     947           745   850         213            15   974          193     392           793   038

30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    2 050           82 759             491 926       2 165 420             2 010            81   963            496   142     2 090       044
31     Leather and leather products                                    218               (I)                 (D)             (D)              239             5   852             24   569       109       299
32     Stone, clay, and glass products                               1 571           42 229             282 542       1 268 924             1 663            44   421            305   020     1 324       421
33     Primary metal industries                                        677           26 503             182 964         797 479               703            28   355            198   608       814       798
34     Fabricated metal products                                     4 560          124 308             841 970       3 630 816             4 530           125   166            874   865     3 684       390

35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            6   705        166   817       1 599     970     6 813       640       7   171         181   944        1 738     994     7 243       500
36     Electronic and other electronic equipment                     3   623        226   441       2 096     604     8 903       798       3   692         231   277        2 107     986     8 683       848
37     Transportation equipment                                      1   564        209   952       2 222     337     8 831       476       1   669         254   188        2 650     614    10 526       068
38     Instruments and related products                              2   146        163   729       1 756     522     7 125       771       2   127         164   446        1 795     571     7 101       223
39     Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                        2   261         37   906         209     498       949       779       2   323          39   403          220     346       966       479
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                  1   080        114   103       1 634     781     6 623       496       1   070          98   802        1 466     172     5 637       851

           Transportation and public utilities                      26 508          621 644         5 167 909        21 117 694            26 517           614 249          5 201 967        20 651 661
41     Local and interurban passenger transit                        1 469           36   873           156   740       681       431       1 301            32   710            136   941       570       408
42     Trucking and warehousing                                     10 988          171   588           965   059     4 301       697      10 987           160   941            927   877     4 049       990
44     Water transportation                                            531           19   312           205   445       917       226         564            19   055            235   901       947       141
45     Transportation by air                                         1 401           97   484           854   572     3 569       713       1 361            94   621            853   918     3 535       393
46     Pipelines, except natural gas                                    56            1   398            16   663        67       161          56             1   625             19   984        82       154

47     Transportation services                                       6 811           53   838         310 688         1 351 568             6 974            55   416          317 985         1 342 443
48     Communication                                                 3 300          148   979       1 508 969         5 676 955             3 257           151   920        1 520 754         5 565 294
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          1 637           80   408       1 019 025         4 027 463             1 640            82   650        1 039 195         3 952 841
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                    315           11   764         130 748           524 480               377            15   311          149 412           605 997

           Wholesale trade                                          59 705          789 205         6 398 840        27 380 941            58 365           766 370          6 189 716        25 686 776
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                              36 899          442 658         3 651 650        15 731 138            36 567           437 080          3 640 956        15 022 797
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                           22 052          299 948         2 123 920         9 148 065            21 058           283 867          2 005 875         8 499 069
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                    754           46 599           623 270         2 501 738               740            45 423            542 885         2 164 910

           Retail trade                                           162 207         2 161 806         7 660 751        32 603 862           166 032        2 208 193           7 896 875        32 795 360
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        5   886         70   281         314     898     1     436   718       5   992          72   945          334     909     1     409   925
53     General merchandise stores                                    2   538        220   198         669     957     2     874   018       2   548         210   712          665     550     2     809   792
54     Food stores                                                  18   503        289   027       1 210     849     5     201   868      19   196         298   015        1 222     758     5     096   894
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                      17   092        197   290       1 122     313     4     867   112      17   935         203   657        1 138     227     4     821   655
56     Apparel and accessory stores                                 15   757        137   451         389     655     1     642   367      16   396         136   620          412     742     1     687   890

57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores                         12   878         96   143         410 643         1     728   275      13   449         105   009          476 183         1     952   470
58     Eating and drinking places                                   50   803        779   326       1 653 884         7     074   091      50   046         791   101        1 702 419         7     047   915
59     Miscellaneous retail                                         36   874        272   362       1 002 164         4     217   588      38   547         285   818        1 082 605         4     419   586
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                  1   876         99   728         886 388         3     561   825       1   923         104   316          861 482         3     549   233

           Finance, insurance, and real estate                      75 359          832 191         6 918 609        28 835 594            76 741           850 881          6 971 087        27 862 833
60     Depository institutions                                      11   223        255   716       1 922     815     7     384   970      12   916         271   771        1 982     789     7     592   134
61     Nondepository institutions                                    7   346         73   837         655     242     2     999   207       6   713          69   372          647     207     2     718   085
62     Security and commodity brokers                                4   069         44   340         821     254     3     845   497       3   732          42   320          781     237     3     196   431
63     Insurance carriers                                            4   638        154   448       1 456     302     5     811   804       5   714         155   920        1 394     269     5     468   927
64     Insurance agents, brokers, and service                       11   914         70   414         594     542     2     468   058      11   517          73   619          635     085     2     522   597

65     Real estate                                                  32 288          195 572         1 057 126         4 516 588            32 114           197 215          1 104 882         4 581 349
67     Holding and other investment offices                          3 589           29 996           314 493         1 404 633             3 665            32 021            320 505         1 343 775
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                    292            7 868            96 835           404 837               370             8 643            105 113           439 535

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 1a.          The State Establishments, Employees, and Payroll, by Major Group:
                   1993 and 1992 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in
 broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                                            1993                                                                     1992

 SIC                                                                              Number of             Payroll ($1,000)                                 Number of              Payroll ($1,000)
                          Major group                                             employees                                                              employees
code
                                                                Number of          for week                                             Number of         for week
                                                                 establish-        including              First                          establish-       including               First
                                                                    ments          March 12             quarter             Annual          ments         March 12              quarter             Annual

           Services                                               281 946         3 833 212        23 238 936      102 745 478            277 928        3 678 997          23 060 882      98 425 770
70     Hotels and other lodging places                               6   018        177   862         588   597      2     494   682        6   171         177   643          594   437     2     439   645
72     Personal services                                            20   099        131   966         390   799      1     619   899       20   270         131   810          410   321     1     688   808
73     Business services                                            42   749        785   036       4 357   193     19     100   736       41   869         718   774        4 009   872    16     860   119
75     Auto repair, services, and parking                           22   347        125   878         572   671      2     488   088       21   867         124   069          583   425     2     443   661
76     Miscellaneous repair services                                 7   333         49   249         297   485      1     251   620        7   051          45   559          288   114     1     169   042

78     Motion pictures                                               8   804        213   328       1 282   945      6     424   447        8   925         174   296        1 371   370     5     853   929
79     Amusement and recreation services                            10   512        172   414         749   805      4     104   340       10   007         163   694          782   073     3     936   608
80     Health services                                              63   466        993   562       7 086   868     30     928   932       63   305         979   419        7 184   352    30     776   773
81     Legal services                                               21   420        135   728       1 439   251      6     458   390       20   968         136   904        1 452   695     6     510   292
82     Educational services                                          5   892        197   471       1 000   099      4     137   180        5   664         192   476          977   534     3     993   925

83     Social services                                              17 273          206   079         721   263      3 043       633       16 496           195   891          691   701     2 876       240
84     Museums, botanical, zoological gardens                          324            6   973          33   776        146       737          347             6   485           30   643       128       693
86     Membership organizations                                     17 371          189   564         701   580      2 896       198       17 684           188   544          699   330     2 863       860
87     Engineering and management services                          34 562          369   667       3 139   751     13 844       917       33 776           379   105        3 263   617    13 915       911
89     Services, n.e.c.                                              2 459           11   798         127   130        613       316        2 196            13   632          130   447       587       781
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                  1 317           66   637         749   723      3 192       363        1 332            50   696          590   951     2 380       483

           Unclassified establishments                               5 927            6 106            16 253              118 578         10 103             5 969            19 130              215 783

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 1b.            The State                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                             Payroll ($1,000)                                       Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                            Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                        employees                                      number
                               Industry                      for week                                            of                                                       100    250      500     1,000
code
                                                             including                                   establish-      1 to       5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to      to     to       to        or
                                                             March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments           4          9      19        49        99      249    499      999     more

                  Total                                    10 725 990     68 643 601     295 202 397     736 691      404 683   142 218    91 021    62 480   21 340 10 872     2 565     913       599

           Agricultural services, forestry, and
            fishing                                             95 187       347 889       1 656 243       11 769       7 291     2 273     1 273       637      197       78      18       2         –
07     Agricultural services                                    92 977       333 121       1 584 366       11 430       7 047     2 228     1 251       615      194       76      17       2         –
071      Soil preparation services                                  892         3 283         14 175            84        47          16       11         7          2     1        –        –        –
072      Crop services                                          12 486        53 453         257 811           678       309        126        95        82          38    23       5        –        –
074      Veterinary services                                    17 652        71 167         321 966        2 138        812        733       453       128          8     3        1        –        –
075      Animal services, except veterinary                      5 517        15 318          68 521        1 144        832        196        77        31          5     1        2        –        –
076      Farm labor and management services                      5 135        15 648          77 500           286       164          37       31        27          14    11       2        –        –
0761       Farm labor contractors                                2 587         6 732          38 732           143        91          20       13         7           4     6       2        –        –
0762       Farm management services                              2 350         8 157          35 370           123        61          14       16        18           9     5       –        –        –
078      Landscape and horticultural services                   50 624       172 110         834 804        7 007       4 818     1 104       575       338      127       37       6       2         –

08     Forestry                                                     846         3 815         23 804           168       128          20        5        13          2      –       –        –        –

09     Fishing, hunting, and trapping                               756         4 302         20 814           158       113          23       16         5          –     1        –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                 608         6 651         27 259            13         3           2        1         4          1     1        1        –        –

           Mining                                               32 421       364 192       1 526 841        1 119        458        215       165       159          57    37      20       7         1
10     Metal mining                                              2 227        19 304          82 421            65        35          10        4         5          3     5        3        –        –
101      Iron ores                                                  (A)            (D)             (D)           2          2          –         –        –           –     –       –        –        –
102      Copper ores                                                (A)            (D)             (D)           1          1          –         –        –           –     –       –        –        –
103      Lead and zinc ores                                         (A)            (D)             (D)           1          1          –         –        –           –     –       –        –        –
104      Gold and silver ores                                    1 883        16 043          69 589            38        15           7        3         3          3     4        3        –        –
1041      Gold ores                                                (G)            (D)             (D)           37        15           6        3         3          3     4        3        –        –
1044      Silver ores                                               (A)           (D)             (D)            1         –           1        –         –          –     –        –        –        –
108      Metal mining services                                       56            646          2 007            9          5          2        1         1           –     –       –        –        –
109      Miscellaneous metal ores                                   (E)            (D)             (D)          10          7          1         –        1           –     1       –        –        –
1094       Uranium-radium-vanadium ores                             (A)            (D)             (D)           1          1          –         –        –           –     –       –        –        –
1099       Metal ores, n.e.c.                                       (E)            (D)             (D)           9          6          1         –        1           –     1       –        –        –

12     Coal mining                                                   48            244          1 274            6          4          –        1         1           –     –       –        –        –
122      Bituminous coal and lignite mining                         (B)            (D)             (D)           5          3          –        1         1           –     –       –        –        –
1221       Bituminous coal and lignite surface                      (B)            (D)             (D)           4          2          –        1         1           –     –       –        –        –
1222       Bituminous coal underground                              (A)            (D)             (D)           1          1          –        –         –           –     –       –        –        –
124      Coal mining services                                       (A)            (D)             (D)           1          1          –         –        –           –     –       –        –        –

13     Oil and gas extraction                                   17 260       170 743         679 463           673       314        127        83        86          29    19      10       5         –
131      Crude petroleum and natural gas                         5 767        77 246         287 544           235       110          50       28        26          7     8        5       1         –
132      Natural gas liquids                                     1 535        17 971          64 999            31          7          1        4        11          6      –       2        –        –
138      Oil and gas field services                              9 955        75   520       326   799         400       190          76       51        49          16    11       3       4         –
1381       Drilling oil and gas wells                            3 172        23   029       105   358          79        36          10       10         7           8     6       1       1         –
1382       Oil and gas exploration services                        218         1   074         4   923          51        39           8        2         1           1     –       –       –         –
1389       Oil and gas field services, n.e.c.                    6 555        51   319       215   824         262       108          57       39        41           7     5       2       3         –

14     Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels                        6 314        54 482         245 778           310        95          71       69        51          15    7        1       1         –
141      Dimension stone                                             59            182             744           7          2          3        1         1           –     –       –        –        –
142      Crushed and broken stone                                1 068          8 210         41 411            66        13          16       20        14          2     1        –        –        –
1422       Crushed and broken limestone                             (C)            (D)            (D)           12         2           3        5         1          1     –        –        –        –
1423       Crushed and broken granite                               (E)            (D)            (D)           15         2           4        5         3          1     –        –        –        –
1429       Crushed and broken stone, n.e.c.                        614          4 488         23 640            38         8           9       10        10          –     1        –        –        –
144      Sand and gravel                                         2 792        23 001         111 047           186        63          39       40        31          11    2        –        –        –
1442       Construction sand and gravel                          2 570        21 302         103 930           170        56          37       37        29           9    2        –        –        –
1446       Industrial sand                                         220         1 692           7 080            15         6           2        3         2           2    –        –        –        –
145      Clay, ceramic, and refractory minerals                     261         1 968           8 422            7          2          1        1         1          1     1        –        –        –
1459       Clay and related minerals, n.e.c.                        261         1 968           8 422            7          2          1        1         1          1     1        –        –        –
147      Chemical and fertilizer minerals                        1 197        12 761          47 203            10          2          3        2         –           –     2       –       1         –
1474       Potash, soda, and borate minerals                       (G)            (D)             (D)            5          1          –        1         –           –     2       –       1         –
1479       Chemical and fertilizer mining, n.e.c.                   (B)           (D)             (D)            5          1          3        1         –           –     –       –       –         –
148      Nonmetallic minerals services                               86            307          1 862            7          3          3         –        –          1      –       –        –        –
149      Miscellaneous nonmetallic minerals                        851         8 053          35 078            26         9           6        5         4           –    1        1       –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                              6 572       119 419         517 905            65        10           7        8        16          10    6        6       1         1

           Construction                                        475 509     2 974 820      13 687 022       61 697      39 753    10 672     6 331     3 567      947      340      65      17         5
15     General contractors and operative builders              115 318       727 418       3 238 338       20 356      14 681     3 084     1 585       731      182       75      15       2         1
151      General building contractors                           98 173       598 351       2 694 619       18 116      13 104     2 762     1 397       640      139       61      11       1         1
153      Operative builders                                     13 949       116 972         482 393        1 198        732        198       128        83          38    14       4       1         –

16     Heavy construction, except building                      56 848       445 839       2 182 815        2 939       1 417       521       448       338      127       62      16       6         4
161      Highway and street construction                        13 913        98 089         575 418           880       415        159       145        99          41    16       3       2         –
162      Heavy construction, except highway                     42 805       347 157       1 603 047        2 024        977        356       300       238          86    46      13       4         4

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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4      CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                               COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1b.          The State                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                             Payroll ($1,000)                                       Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                            Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                        employees                                      number
                               Industry                      for week                                            of                                                        100    250     500     1,000
code
                                                             including                                   establish-      1 to       5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to     to      to        or
                                                             March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments           4          9      19        49        99       249    499     999     more

           Construction Con.
17     Special trade contractors                               301 955      1 782 874      8 186 260       38 355     23 643      7 059     4 287    2 489       634       201     33       9         –
171      Plumbing, heating, air-conditioning                    53 567       389 539       1 721 774        6 743      3 911      1 421       867       406          99     32      4       3         –
172      Painting and paper hanging                             18 481        80 636         403 231        3 984      2 949        582       270       152          28      3      –        –        –
173      Electrical work                                        48 205       364 165       1 582 336        6 020      3 753      1 136       636       360          91     33      9       2         –
174      Masonry, stonework, and plastering                     46   198     234   795     1 099   187      5   768    3 683        887       636       412      107        40      3        –        –
1741      Masonry and other stonework                            7   690      36   225       176   100      1   463    1 067        189       126        65       14         2      –        –        –
1742      Plastering, drywall, and insulation                   31   606     162   542       762   941      3   004    1 665        541       397       280       82        36      3        –        –
1743      Terrazzo, tile, marble, mosaic work                    6   850      35   788       158   975      1   278      933        153       112        67       11         2      –        –        –
175      Carpentry and floor work                               30 647       146 121         688 830        4 008      2 606        697       382       224          66     26      6       1         –
1751       Carpentry work                                       22 548       104 706         502 423        2 541      1 600        438       264       158          50     24      6       1         –
1752       Floor laying and floor work, n.e.c.                   8 057        41 311         185 870        1 443        984        259       116        66          16      2      –       –         –
176      Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                  26 218       118 122         556 786        2 871      1 601        539       387       263          65     12      4        –        –
177      Concrete work                                          23 392       109 345         585 897        2 732      1 565        562       298       240          53     13      –       1         –
178      Water well drilling                                     2 204        15 468          67 304            237      125          53       35        14          8       2      –        –        –
179      Misc. special trade contractors                        51   770     320   346     1 458   582      5 727      3 259      1 138       757       411      113        40      7       2         –
1791       Structural steel erection                             7   744      46   290       219   142        446        184         80        92        59       18        10      2       1         –
1793       Glass and glazing work                                4   065      25   464       105   331        659        398        151        80        23        4         3      –       –         –
1794       Excavation work                                       5   749      34   033       202   688        853        552        147        94        43       13         4      –       –         –
1795       Wrecking and demolition work                          1   364       9   505        45   410        104         46         20        18        14        5         1      –       –         –
1796       Installing building equipment, n.e.c.                 5   118      57   578       234   035        298         99         68        57        49       20         4      1       –         –
1799       Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                    27   607     147   036       649   468      3 284      1 905        667       413       223       53        18      4       1         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                              1   388      18   689        79   609         47         12          8        11         9        4         2      1       –         –

           Manufacturing                                    1 878 709      15 555 402     65 530 144       50 454     18 614      8 710     8 134    7 943     3 542      2 400   692     254       165
20     Food and kindred products                               168 668      1 031 907      4 650 872        2 804        736        341       458       580      298       245     88      46        12
201      Meat products                                          16   871      80   222       353   629          237       55          31       40        50          26     20      8       5         2
2011      Meat packing plants                                    3   258      17   670        74   518           65       21          10       11        10           5      6      1       –         1
2013      Sausages and other prepared meats                      5   045      30   627       129   417          127       25          17       26        27          18     12      2       –         –
2015      Poultry slaughtering and processing                    8   568      31   925       149   189           38        2           4        3        13           3      2      5       5         1
202      Dairy products                                         14 044       107 001         462 050            197       41          25       27        37          26     31      5       5         –
2021       Creamery butter                                          (B)           (D)             (D)             3        2           –        –         –           1      –      –       –         –
2022       Cheese, natural and processed                         3 138        22 259          92 905             49        6           9        7        13           4      9      –       1         –
2023       Dry, condensed, evaporated products                      (F)           (D)             (D)            19        4           3        3         6           –      3      –       –         –
2024       Ice cream and frozen desserts                         2 661        17 646          79 978             66       19           8       12        11          11      3      1       1         –
2026       Fluid milk                                            7 522        60 874         264 300             58        8           5        5         7          10     16      4       3         –
203      Preserved fruits and vegetables                        43   060     218   800     1 129   464          396       68          37       63        73          51     54     29      17         4
2032       Canned specialties                                    3   524      21   858       102   431           32       10           5        6         4           1      3      1       1         1
2033       Canned fruits and vegetables                         15   035      78   716       487   896          122       16           6       18        28          15     18     15       5         1
2034       Dehydrated fruits, vegetables, soups                  5   580      32   495       152   034           75       14          14       15         9           8      9      4       2         –
2035       Pickles, sauces, and salad dressings                  2   431      16   971        79   734           54        9           9        9        11          10      5      1       –         –
2037       Frozen fruits and vegetables                          8   651      32   123       157   769           49        6           1        5         7          13      9      1       6         1
2038       Frozen specialties, n.e.c.                            7   839      36   637       149   444           62       11           2       10        14           4     10      7       3         1
204      Grain mill products                                     7 452        61 991         271 473            205       47          22       50        47          23     12      3       1         –
2041       Flour and other grain mill products                      (F)           (D)             (D)            27        8           3        6         8           2      –      –       –         –
2043       Cereal breakfast foods                                1 536        14 480          68 204             10        1           1        2         1           2      1      1       1         –
2044       Rice milling                                            786         5 312          22 795             13        4           1        1         2           2      3      –       –         –
2045       Prepared flour mixes and doughs                       1 146         6 827          31 395             26        5           2        7         3           5      3      1       –         –
2046       Wet corn milling                                         (B)           (D)             (D)             2        1           –        –         –           1      –      –       –         –
2047       Dog and cat food                                        953        10 134          50 701             15        2           2        3         3           1      3      1       –         –
2048       Prepared feeds, n.e.c.                                2 358        19 002          72 383            111       25          13       31        30          10      2      –       –         –
205      Bakery products                                        24 410       167   334       701   138          461      136          59       77        94          40     33     13       8         1
2051       Bread, cake, and related products                    19 445       137   127       568   941          323       72          44       60        75          29     25     11       6         1
2052       Cookies and crackers                                  3 970        26   006       112   169           75       25          10       12        10           9      5      2       2         –
2053       Frozen bakery products, except bread                    865         3   865        17   519           14        –           1        1         7           2      3      –       –         –
206      Sugar and confectionery products                       10 695        70 320         300 353            133       47           9       14        21          15     15      7       4         1
2061       Raw cane sugar                                           (A)           (D)             (D)             1        1           –        –         –           –      –      –       –         –
2062       Cane sugar refining                                      (F)           (D)             (D)             1        –           –        –         –           –      –      –       1         –
2063       Beet sugar                                              (G)            (D)             (D)             9        –           –        1         –           2      6      –       –         –
2064       Candy and other confectionery products                4 121        23 892          97 980             82       32           8        8        17           7      5      3       2         –
2066       Chocolate and cocoa products                          1 377        11 394          46 759             18        9           1        2         1           1      3      –       1         –
2067       Chewing gum                                              (E)           (D)             (D)             1        –           –        –         –           –      –      1       –         –
2068       Salted and roasted nuts and seeds                     2 944        18 259          73 499             21        5           –        3         3           5      1      3       –         1
207      Fats and Oils                                           2 156        17 190          71 372             54         9          8        8        12          12      5      –        –        –
2074       Cottonseed oil mills                                     (C)           (D)             (D)             3         1          –        –         –           2      –      –        –        –
2075       Soybean oil mills                                       117           506           2 433              7         2          2        1         1           1      –      –        –        –
2076       Vegetable oil mills, n.e.c.                              (B)           (D)             (D)             3         2          –        –         –           1      –      –        –        –
2077       Animal and marine fats and oils                         686         5 780          24 189             21         1          3        5         8           3      1      –        –        –
2079       Edible fats and oils, n.e.c.                          1 132         9 193          37 769             20         3          3        2         3           5      4      –        –        –
208      Beverages                                              25 209       191 528         845 402            529      145          67       93       126          45     36     12       2         3
2082       Malt beverages                                        3 212        39 272         164 440             35       10           5        4        11           2      –      –       2         1
2083       Malt                                                     (B)           (D)             (D)             2        –           –        1         1           –      –      –       –         –
2084       Wines, brandy, and brandy spirits                    12 704        89 968         395 763            336      102          42       67        83          18     16      7       –         1
2085       Distilled and blended liquors                            (E)           (D)             (D)             5        –           1        –         2           1      1      –       –         –
2086       Bottled and canned soft drinks                        6 380        42 184         188 962             93       15          10       11        18          17     17      5       –         –
2087       Flavoring extracts and syrups, n.e.c.                 2 544        16 560          80 816             50       10           9       10        11           7      2      –       –         1
209      Misc. food and kindred products                        24 582       115   428       506   660          562      161          83       85       119          60     38     11       4         1
2091       Canned and cured fish and seafoods                    1 033         4   327        23   512           15        8           1        –         1           2      2      –       1         –
2092       Fresh or frozen prepared fish                         3 354        10   505        44   026           50       10           1        9        11          11      6      1       1         –
2095       Roasted coffee                                        1 559        11   761        52   643           34        9           3        4         8           5      4      1       –         –
2096       Potato chips and similar snacks                       3 568        22   619        90   747           53       11           9        8        12           5      3      4       1         –
2097       Manufactured ice                                        571         2   314        12   276           37       11           9        7         7           3      –      –       –         –
2098       Macaroni and spaghetti                                  428         2   424        11   192           36       16           9        5         5           –      1      –       –         –
2099       Food preparations, n.e.c.                            14 058        61   406       271   642          323       83          51       51        75          34     22      5       1         1

21     Tobacco products                                              (A)           (D)             (D)            1         1          –         –        –           –       –     –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                   CALIFORNIA 5

Table 1b.          The State                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                             Payroll ($1,000)                                       Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                            Number of                                          Total
 SIC                                                        employees                                        number
                            Industry                         for week                                              of                                                     100    250      500     1,000
code
                                                             including                                     establish-    1 to       5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to      to     to       to        or
                                                             March 12 First quarter         Annual            ments         4          9      19        49        99      249    499      999     more

           Manufacturing Con.
22     Textile mill products                                           (J)        (D)                (D)         456     163          62       61        80          47    33       8       2         –
221      Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton                             395       1 303           5    534           37      22           8        2         4           –     1       –       –         –
222      Broadwoven fabric mills, manmade                            408       1 458           7    304           28      15           3        5         2           3     –       –       –         –
223      Broadwoven fabric mills, wool                                 96        319           1    223            5       1           1        1         2           –     –       –       –         –
224      Narrow fabric mills                                         572       2 526          11    950           14       2           3        5         1           –     3       –       –         –
225      Knitting mills                                          5   912      22 879         102    218          131      38          17       15        24          17    16       4       –         –
2251       Women’s hosiery, except socks                              (A)         (D)                (D)           2       –           1        1         –           –     –       –       –         –
2252       Hosiery, n.e.c.                                            (E)         (D)                (D)           3       1           –        –         –           1     1       –       –         –
2253       Knit outerwear mills                                  2   959       9 800          41    660           68      17          11        5        15          11     7       2       –         –
2254       Knit underwear mills                                      126         313           1    195            7       2           1        1         2           1     –       –       –         –
2257       Weft knit fabric mills                                1   902       9 490          43    666           27       4           3        5         5           2     6       2       –         –
2258       Lace and warp knit fabric mills                           396       1 600           7    641           12       5           –        2         2           2     1       –       –         –
2259       Knitting mills, n.e.c.                                    208         730           3    166            5       3           1        –         –           –     1       –       –         –
226      Textile finishing, except wool                          2   301      10 504          45    508           56      17           4        7        10          13     4       1       –         –
2261       Finishing plants, cotton                                  373       1 538           7    341           20      10           3        1         4           2     –       –       –         –
2262       Finishing plants, manmade                             1   085       5 850          23    878           18       3           1        2         3           7     1       1       –         –
2269       Finishing plants, n.e.c.                                  843       3 116          14    215           15       1           –        4         3           4     3       –       –         –
227      Carpets and rugs                                        3   001      19 944          86    281           39      10           2        5        10           5     3       2       2         –
228      Yarn and thread mills                                       842       4 183          31    944           21       5           5        4         5           –     1       1       –         –
2281       Yarn spinning mills                                       500       3 145          27    396            9       2           1        2         3           –     –       1       –         –
2282       Throwing and winding mills                                262         889           3    673            5       2           –        1         1           –     1       –       –         –
2284       Thread mills                                                80        149                875            7       1           4        1         1           –     –       –       –         –
229      Miscellaneous textile goods                             2   464      13 671          54    550           96      27          19       15        21           9     5       –       –         –
2295       Coated fabrics, not rubberized                            783       5 938          22    837           24      10           3        4         3           1     3       –       –         –
2296       Tire cord and fabrics                                      (B)         (D)                (D)           1       –           –        –         –           1     –       –       –         –
2297       Nonwoven fabrics                                           (C)         (D)                (D)           7       2           1        1         1           2     –       –       –         –
2298       Cordage and twine                                         340       1 580           7    503           19       5           4        2         7           1     –       –       –         –
2299       Textile goods, n.e.c.                                 1   069       5 090          19    837           45      10          11        8        10           4     2       –       –         –
23     Apparel and other textile products                      133 912       495   453     2 243    602       5 867     2 244       913     1 032    1 024       388      214      40      12         –
231      Men’s and boys’ suits and coats                           787         2   601        12    187          30         8         4         6        5         6        1       –       –         –
232      Men’s and boys’ furnishings                            13 321        53   284       226    410         303        81        35        42       59        46       32       7       1         –
2321       Men’s and boys’ shirts                                3 941        17   251        76    173          86        21        13         9       19        13        9       1       1         –
2322       Men’s and boys’ underwear and nightwear                   95            326              527           5         1         2         –        1         1        –       –       –         –
2323       Men’s and boys’ neckwear                              1 283         6   459        29    253          20         2         3         5        2         4        3       1       –         –
2325       Men’s and boys’ trousers and slacks                   3 003        10   805        47    812          53        13         3         8        9         8       10       2       –         –
2326       Men’s and boys’ work clothing                           776         2   057         9    293          26         9         3         5        4         1        4       –       –         –
2329       Men’s and boys’ clothing, n.e.c.                      4 213        16   321        63    060         108        30        11        15       24        19        6       3       –         –
233      Women’s and misses’ outerwear                          82 406       292   233     1 327    919       3 681     1 297       575       707      736       224      115      19       8         –
2331       Women’s and misses’ blouses and shirts               16 125        68   657       330    791         522       100        91       134      123        50       17       5       2         –
2335       Women’s, junior’s, and misses’ dresses               24 255        75   155       326    714       1 134       310       203       249      269        67       33       2       1         –
2337       Women’s and misses’ suits and coats                   6 088        27   865       133    463         187        44        29        35       46        19       13       –       1         –
2339       Women’s and misses’ outerwear, n.e.c.                35 901       120   459       535    564       1 817       825       251       287      298        88       52      12       4         –
234      Women’s and children’s undergarments                    3 111        12   860        58    787          62        11         5        10       19         7        7       3       –         –
2341       Women’s and children’s underwear                      2 015         8   412        40    115          42         9         4         8       11         3        5       2       –         –
2342       Bras, girdles, and allied garments                    1 096         4   448        18    672          20         2         1         2        8         4        2       1       –         –
235      Hats, caps, and millinery                                 822         2   640        13    113          35        15         4         5        5         4        2       –       –         –
236      Girls’ and children’s outerwear                         5 283        24   224       110    507         142        36        18        24       28        23       11       2       –         –
2361       Girls’ and children’s dresses, blouses                3 183        15   218        60    102          83        21         8        11       19        18        5       1       –         –
2369       Girls’ and children’s outerwear, n.e.c.               2 100         9   006        50    405          59        15        10        13        9         5        6       1       –         –
237      Fur goods                                                   94            703         3    999          10         7         1         1        –         1        –       –       –         –
238      Miscellaneous apparel and accessories                   4 379        17   693        79    897         151        55        18        26       33        10        6       2       1         –
2381       Fabric dress and work gloves                             (A)             (D)              (D)          1         1         –         –        –         –        –       –       –         –
2384       Robes and dressing gowns                                101             322          1   475           8         1         2         2        3         –        –       –       –         –
2385       Waterproof outerwear                                     (B)             (D)              (D)          6         3         1         1        1         –        –       –       –         –
2386       Leather and sheep-lined clothing                        628         2   734        14    390          27        11         4         4        5         1        2       –       –         –
2387       Apparel belts                                         2 282        10   428        44    168          37         6         5         7        8         6        2       2       1         –
2389       Apparel and accessories, n.e.c.                       1 294         3   990        18    903          71        32         6        12       16         3        2       –       –         –
239      Misc. fabricated textile products                      22 961        88   062       394    166       1 140       471       228       196      129        67       40       7       2         –
2391       Curtains and draperies                                1 535         5   498        23    192         167        89        40        19       12         6        1       –       –         –
2392       Housefurnishings, n.e.c.                              3 960        15   723        67    690         111        26        23        22       17        12        9       2       –         –
2393       Textile bags                                          1 504         5   860        29    658          39        10         9         5       10         2        1       1       1         –
2394       Canvas and related products                           1 378         6   581        28    548         128        58        39        16       12         –        3       –       –         –
2395       Pleating and stitching                                2 192         7   787        34    544         113        37        20        35       15         4        1       –       1         –
2396       Automotive and apparel trimmings                      7 576        29 601         132 918             373     180          58       54        39          23    17       2        –        –
2397       Schiffli machine embroideries                           700         3 030          15 225              15       5           1        2         3           2     1       1        –        –
2399       Fabricated textile products, n.e.c.                   4 069        13 860          61 297             172      47          37       41        21          18     7       1        –        –
24     Lumber and wood products                                 47   366     244   139     1 134    807       2 688     1 319       443       390       322      118       75      18       2         1
241      Logging                                                 3   377      13   784       117    593         547       377        83        38        37       11        1       –       –         –
242      Sawmills and planing mills                             12   009      78   187       337    023         277        90        34        43        46       27       28       7       1         1
2421       Sawmills and planing mills, general                  10   956      74   069       318    702         216        67        24        34        32       24       26       7       1         1
2426       Hardwood dimension and flooring mills                     912       3   646        16    079          54        20         9         7        14        3        1       –       –         –
2429       Special product sawmills, n.e.c.                          141           472         2    173           6         2         1         2         –        –        1       –       –         –
243      Millwork, plywood and structural members               17   545      88   882       387    405       1 244       610       246       182       131       47       23       5       –         –
2431       Millwork                                              7   913      41   394       178    011         380       148        69        73        49       26       12       3       –         –
2434       Wood kitchen cabinets                                 6   277      29   840       127    608         748       435       157        89        52        8        6       1       –         –
2435       Hardwood veneer and plywood                           1   132       6   842        27    601          22         2         5         4         4        5        1       1       –         –
2436       Softwood veneer and plywood                               274       1   607         7    275           8         2         1         1         2        1        1       –       –         –
2439       Structural wood members, n.e.c.                       1   949       9   199        46    823          84        21        14        15        24        7        3       –       –         –
244      Wood containers                                         3   903      16   305        73    767         201        55        27        55        50       10        4       –       –         –
2441       Nailed wood boxes and shook                           1   448       6   633        28    607          69        19        10        20        14        3        3       –       –         –
2448       Wood pallets and skids                                2   111       8   238        39    018          99        17        16        27        32        6        1       –       –         –
2449       Wood containers, n.e.c.                                   344       1   434         6    141          32        18         1         8         4        1        –       –       –         –
245      Wood buildings and mobile homes                         2   488      12   786        59    809          60        20         9         7         8        6        9       1       –         –
2451       Mobile homes                                          1   966      10   122        46    307          19         1         2         1         2        3        9       1       –         –
2452       Prefabricated wood buildings                              522       2   664        13    502          41        19         7         6         6        3        –       –       –         –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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6      CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                               COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1b.          The State                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                             Payroll ($1,000)                                       Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                            Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                        employees                                      number
                            Industry                         for week                                            of                                                       100    250      500     1,000
code
                                                             including                                   establish-      1 to       5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to      to     to       to        or
                                                             March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments           4          9      19        49        99      249    499      999     more

           Manufacturing Con.
24     Lumber and wood products Con.
249      Miscellaneous wood products                             8 037        34   180       158   696         347       156          43       65        50          17    10       5       1         –
2491       Wood preserving                                         277         1   385         6   314          25         9           5        6         5           –     –       –       –         –
2493       Reconstituted wood products                           1 757         9   506        44   077          33         7           5        6         4           7     2       2       –         –
2499       Wood products, n.e.c.                                 6 003        23   289       108   305         289       140          33       53        41          10     8       3       1         –
25     Furniture and fixtures                                   47   439     238   958     1 039   372      1 692        627        252       293       264      145       84      23       4         –
251      Household furniture                                    24   808     108   560       469   098        816        303        107       137       136       72       45      14       2         –
2511       Wood household furniture                             10   096      37   006       162   186        403        180         46        65        58       33       15       5       1         –
2512       Upholstered household furniture                       6   849      31   514       131   310        188         60         36        27        32       15       13       4       1         –
2514       Metal household furniture                             3   815      17   497        75   023         72         13         10        12        17        7        9       4       –         –
2515       Mattresses and bedsprings                             2   952      17   258        74   145        104         28         13        26        15       14        8       –       –         –
2517       Wood TV and radio cabinets                                459       1   740         9   592         21          6          1         4         9        1        –       –       –         –
2519       Household furniture, n.e.c.                               637       3   545        16   831         27         15          1         3         5        2        –       1       –         –
252      Office furniture                                        7   040      42   735       179   607        183         54         24        36        31       22       12       2       2         –
2521       Wood office furniture                                 2   473      11   759        53   115        111         40         13        26        16       10        6       –       –         –
2522       Office furniture, except wood                         4   567      30   976       126   492         72         14         11        10        15       12        6       2       2         –
253      Public building and related furniture                   2   141      10   681        43   295         49         12          9        11         4        6        5       2       –         –
254      Partitions and fixtures                                 7   095      43   941       201   834        375        135         72        63        64       27       14       –       –         –
2541       Wood partitions and fixtures                          4   384      27   483       122   871        258        101         48        45        39       17        8       –       –         –
2542       Partitions and fixtures, except wood                  2   711      16   458        78   951        116         33         24        18        25       10        6       –       –         –
259      Miscellaneous furniture and fixtures                    6   243      32   752       141   778        232         91         37        46        27       18        8       5       –         –
2591       Drapery hardware and blinds and shades                3   461      18   018        75   635         81         30         15        15         4        8        5       4       –         –
2599       Furniture and fixtures, n.e.c.                        2   782      14   734        66   143        151         61         22        31        23       10        3       1       –         –
26     Paper and allied products                                36 950       281 733       1 214 783           637       101          64       98       131      115      113      13       2         –
261      Pulp mills                                                 (E)           (D)             (D)            3         –           –        1         –        –        2       –       –         –
262      Paper mills                                             1 903        19 175          87 818            10         1           –        1         –        2        4       1       1         –
263      Paperboard mills                                        1 642        17 086          69 980            15         –           –        –         1        7        7       –       –         –
265      Paperboard containers and boxes                        17 157       131 441         579 083           244        24          14       32        55       49       66       4       –         –
2652       Setup paperboard boxes                                  310         1 328           5 751             7         1           –        2         –        4        –       –       –         –
2653       Corrugated and solid fiber boxes                     11 463        90 860         401 551           156        14          10       14        36       32       48       2       –         –
2655       Fiber cans, drums and similar products                  558         3 834          17 936            21         3           1        4        10        3        –       –       –         –
2656       Sanitary food containers                                949         5 407          24 005            12         2           –        3         2        1        3       1       –         –
2657       Folding paperboard boxes                              3 877        30 012         129 840            48         4           3        9         7        9       15       1       –         –
267      Misc. converted paper products                         15 775       107 201         459 282           361        74          49       63        75       57       34       8       1         –
2671       Paper coated and laminated, packaging                 1 058         7 237          32 009            23         3           3        3         6        5        3       –       –         –
2672       Paper coated and laminated, n.e.c.                    1 897        14 843          60 356            48         9           2       10        13        7        7       –       –         –
2673       Bags: plastics, laminated, and coated                 2 957        16 967          72 976            74        15           5       16        16       13        8       1       –         –
2674       Bags: uncoated paper and multiwall                      558         3 138          15 345             9         1           –        2         2        2        2       –       –         –
2675       Die-cut paper and board                               1 325         6 882          31 819            46        12           9        9         7        7        1       1       –         –
2676       Sanitary paper products                               2 443        23   596        94   651          14         1           1        –         2          4     1        4       1         –
2677       Envelopes                                             2 246        14   800        65   040          35         2           6        1        10          8     8        –       –         –
2678       Stationery products                                     983         5   251        22   959          26         8           8        4         1          2     2        1       –         –
2679       Converted paper products, n.e.c.                      2 308        14   487        64   127          86        23          15       18        18          9     2        1       –         –
27     Printing and publishing                                 154   509   1 107   149     4 600 946        8 248      4 177      1 657     1 064       812      281      184      48      16         9
271      Newspapers                                             48   829     336   795     1 341 859          679        224        114        99       106       52       53      16       6         9
272      Periodicals                                             9   765      93   340       392 905          637        291        115        96        93       25       16       1       –         –
273      Books                                                   9   826      84   842       336 658          475        255         83        42        55       21       14       1       4         –
2731        Book publishing                                      6   768      63   347       245 872          400        234         72        32        35       13       11       1       2         –
2732        Book printing                                        3   056      21   493        90 778           74         20         11        10        20        8        3       –       2         –
274      Miscellaneous publishing                                8   601      66   935       276 121          515        322         85        49        20       17       14       6       2         –
275      Commercial printing                                    57   893     387   871     1 673 216        4 922      2 575      1 086       657       420      103       60      19       2         –
2752        Commercial printing, lithographic                   45   777     316   821     1 358 585        3 773      1 952        875       491       304       82       51      16       2         –
2754        Commercial printing, gravure                         1   100       9   724        42 537           59         35         13         7         1        –        1       2       –         –
2759        Commercial printing, n.e.c.                         10   992      61   236       271 287        1 059        559        197       158       115       21        8       1       –         –
276      Manifold business forms                                 4   175      30   735       126 825           91         15         12         9        25       20        9       1       –         –
277      Greeting cards                                              279       1   539         8 027           29         14          7         5         2        1        –       –       –         –
278      Blankbooks and bookbinding                              7   898      44   027       179 414          217         77         42        33        28       18       15       2       2         –
2782        Blankbooks and looseleaf binders                     4   814      31   013       121 816           66         17         12         9         5       10        9       2       2         –
2789        Bookbinding and related work                         3   084      13   014        57 598          151         60         30        24        23        8        6       –       –         –
279      Printing trade services                                 6   978      59   573       256 734          536        271        105        72        59       24        3       2       –         –
2791        Typesetting                                          2   403      14   981        63 673          304        204         54        22        17        6        –       1       –         –
2796        Platemaking services                                 4   575      44   592       193 061          232         67         51        50        42       18        3       1       –         –
28     Chemicals and allied products                            58 750       555 293       2 331 259        1 388        409        228       239       279      118       75      21      13         6
281      Industrial inorganic chemicals                          3 206        29 930         119 437          126         38         26        17        24       16        4       1       –         –
2812       Alkalies and chlorine                                    (A)           (D)             (D)           2          1          1         –         –        –        –       –       –         –
2813       Industrial gases                                        815         7 716          30 178           52         20         10         8         8        6        –       –       –         –
2816       Inorganic pigments                                       (E)           (D)             (D)           6          1          1         1         2        –        –       1       –         –
2819       Industrial inorganic chemicals, n.e.c.                1 921        17 864          74 336           66         16         14         8        14       10        4       –       –         –
282      Plastics materials and synthetics                       2 204        19 717          77 253           65         17          7         8        18       11        3       1       –         –
2821       Plastics materials and resins                         1 791        17 739          68 986           46          8          4         5        15       11        2       1       –         –
2822       Synthetic rubber                                         (E)           (D)             (D)          14          6          3         3         1        –        1       –       –         –
2824       Organic fibers, noncellulosic                            (B)           (D)             (D)           4          2          –         –         2        –        –       –       –         –
283      Drugs                                                  24 830       280 554       1 192 045          244         60         30        41        46       20       26       8       7         6
2833       Medicinals and botanicals                             1 020         7 438          31 576           42         10          6        12         8        4        2       –       –         –
2834       Pharmaceutical preparations                          11 788       122 433         521 340          103         29         13        14        18        7       11       6       2         3
2835       Diagnostic substances                                 7 051        81 902         339 616           62          8          6        10        14        7       11       2       3         1
2836       Biological products except diagnostic                 4 971        68 781         299 461           36         12          5         5         6        2        2       –       2         2
284      Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods                       12 328        90 744         375 591          344        124         54        57        60       23       15       6       5         –
2841       Soap and other detergents                             2 812        24 033          94 535           96         33         10        19        20       10        2       2       –         –
2842       Polishes and sanitation goods                         1 536        10 305          45 962           82         32         16        10        16        6        2       –       –         –
2843       Surface active agents                                     60          407           2 020           10          5          3         1         1        –        –       –       –         –
2844       Toilet preparations                                   7 918        55 991         232 944          153         51         25        27        23        7       11       4       5         –
285      Paints and allied products                              5 169        40 518         179 604          183         47         32        39        34       17       14       –       –         –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 1b.             The State               Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                             Payroll ($1,000)                                       Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                            Number of                                         Total
 SIC                                                        employees                                       number
                             Industry                        for week                                             of                                                      100    250      500     1,000
code
                                                             including                                    establish-     1 to       5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to      to     to       to        or
                                                             March 12 First quarter         Annual           ments          4          9      19        49        99      249    499      999     more

           Manufacturing Con.
28     Chemicals and allied products Con.
286      Industrial organic chemicals                            1 670        14   662        61   373           61       15          15       10        11           7    2        1       –         –
2865       Cyclic crudes and intermediates                         266         1   811         7   551           13        4           2        1         4           2    –        –       –         –
2869       Industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c.                  1 404        12   851        53   822           48       11          13        9         7           5    2        1       –         –
287      Agricultural chemicals                                  2 454        25   190        99   380           80       21          14       19        15           6    4        –       1         –
2873       Nitrogenous fertilizers                                  (E)             (D)             (D)          18        5           3        4         5           1    –        –       –         –
2874       Phosphatic fertilizers                                   (C)             (D)             (D)           3        –           2        –         –           –    1        –       –         –
2875       Fertilizers, mixing only                                482         3   727        14   699           24        5           2       10         4           3    –        –       –         –
2879       Agricultural chemicals, n.e.c.                        1 495        18   698        70   521           34       10           7        5         6           2    3        –       1         –
289      Miscellaneous chemical products                         6 845        53   803       225   453          276       80          49       48        70          18    7        4       –         –
2891       Adhesives and sealants                                2 040        17   183        70   354           75       21          13       11        22           5    2        1       –         –
2892       Explosives                                            1 020         6   248        26   872           11        –           1        3         3           2    –        2       –         –
2893       Printing ink                                          1 240        10   616        45   710           50        9           7        8        20           5    1        –       –         –
2899       Chemical preparations, n.e.c.                         2 545        19   756        82   517          140       50          28       26        25           6    4        1       –         –
29     Petroleum and coal products                              14 360       181   947       745   850          218       68          42       29        37          22    7        4       6         3
291      Petroleum refining                                     11 072       151   422       614   037           35        5           1        1         4           7    4        4       6         3
295      Asphalt paving and roofing materials                    2 222        20   308        92   584          140       60          32       18        18          10    2        –       –         –
2951       Asphalt paving mixtures and blocks                    1 058         9   500        48   074          114       57          28       13        13           3    –        –       –         –
2952       Asphalt felts and coatings                            1 164        10   808        44   510           26        3           4        5         5           7    2        –       –         –
299      Misc. petroleum and coal products                       1 066        10   217        39   229           43        3           9       10        15           5    1        –       –         –
2992       Lubricating oils and greases                            814         7   164        29   978           34        2           8        8        12           3    1        –       –         –
2999       Petroleum and coal products, n.e.c.                     252         3   053         9   251            9        1           1        2         3           2    –        –       –         –
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products               82 759       491 926       2 165 420         2 050       509        297       369       427      258      149      32       6         3
301      Tires and inner tubes                                      (F)           (D)             (D)            8         1          1         2         –        2        1       –       1         –
302      Rubber and plastics footwear                              (G)            (D)             (D)            7         1          2         –         1        2        –       –       –         1
305      Hose and belting and gaskets and packing                3 779        24 419         103 214            93        15          8        21        28        7       13       1       –         –
3052        Rubber and plastics hose and belting                   575         3 309          14 235            18         4          3         1         7        2        1       –       –         –
3053        Gaskets, packing, and sealing devices                3 204        21 110          88 979            75        11          5        20        21        5       12       1       –         –
306      Fabricated rubber products, n.e.c.                      7 165        40 232         178 292           202        67         27        32        37       19       17       1       2         –
3061        Mechanical rubber goods                              2 839        17 340          74 353            63        16          9        14         8        7        8       –       1         –
3069        Fabricated rubber products, n.e.c.                   4 326        22 892         103 939           139        51         18        18        29       12        9       1       1         –
308      Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                68 414       410 886       1 817 541         1 730       418        258       313       360      228      118      30       3         2
3081        Unsupported plastics film and sheet                  3 990        25 916         114 015            96        15         11        15        26       20        9       –       –         –
3082        Unsupported plastics profile shapes                  2 323        12 832          57 057            89        21         14        18        22       10        4       –       –         –
3083        Laminated plastics plate and sheet                   1 325         8 979          38 080            34         8         10         3         7        3        1       2       –         –
3084        Plastics pipe                                        1 438         8 402          36 726            37         4          4         8        10        6        5       –       –         –
3085        Plastics bottles                                     3 862        24 090         102 022            55         7          2        10         9       17        7       3       –         –
3086       Plastics   foam products                              7   467      41   804       179   434         167        28         22        26        48       23       17       3       –         –
3087       Custom     compound purchased resins                  1   918      12   905        57   877          76        16         16        12        22        7        2       1       –         –
3088       Plastics   plumbing fixtures                          2   019      10   266        46   689          40        11          6         8         6        3        4       1       1         –
3089       Plastics   products, n.e.c.                          44   046     265   624     1 183   407       1 094       268        171       213       210      139       69      20       2         2
31     Leather and leather products                                   (I)          (D)            (D)           218       80          40       34        33          16    13       2        –        –
311      Leather tanning and finishing                             614          3 026         13 618             24       10           6        3         1           2     2       –        –        –
313      Footwear cut stock                                         (C)            (D)            (D)             4        2           –        –         1           –     1       –        –        –
314      Footwear, except rubber                                 1 481          4 886         23 298             47       18           6        7         7           4     5       –        –        –
3142       House slippers                                           (A)            (D)            (D)             1        1           –        –         –           –     –       –        –        –
3143       Men’s footwear, except athletic                         319          1 490          7 668             12        5           2        2         2           –     1       –        –        –
3144       Women’s footwear, except athletic                     1 035          3 015         14 116             24        7           3        3         4           3     4       –        –        –
3149       Footwear, except rubber, n.e.c.                          (C)            (D)            (D)             8        3           1        2         1           1     –       –        –        –
315      Leather gloves and mittens                                138            367          1 548              6        1           1        2         1           1     –       –        –        –
316      Luggage                                                 1 502          5 981         27 014             40       12           7        4         8           6     2       1        –        –
317      Handbags and personal leather goods                       712          2 445         15 296             48       17          10       11         9           –     1       –        –        –
3171       Women’s handbags and purses                             417          1 491          6 402             20        5           5        5         4           –     1       –        –        –
3172       Personal leather goods, n.e.c.                          286            944          8 874             27       12           4        6         5           –     –       –        –        –
319      Leather goods, n.e.c.                                   1 362          5 736         27 883             47       18          10        7         6          3     2        1        –        –

32     Stone, clay, and glass products                          42 229       282 542       1 268 924         1 571       476        266       327       314      110       53      21       3         1
321      Flat glass                                              1 254        11 464          45 098             11         4          1        1         1           –     1       3        –        –
322      Glass and glassware, pressed or blown                   5 844        47 899         201 521             87       42          20        9         3          1     2        6       3         1
3221       Glass containers                                      4 981        41 972         174 442             12        1           –        –         –          –     2        5       3         1
3229       Pressed and blown glass, n.e.c.                         863         5 927          27 079             75       41          20        9         3          1     –        1       –         –
323      Products of purchased glass                             4 838        27 678         119 916            212       83          36       32        37          14    6        4        –        –
324      Cement, hydraulic                                       1 678        15 812          65 294             20         3          4        3         –           –    10       –        –        –
325      Structural clay products                                1 766        11 698          49   391           65       20          11       10        15          5     3        1        –        –
3251       Brick and structural clay tile                          692         6 159          26   543           22        8           5        2         3          2     1        1        –        –
3253       Ceramic wall and floor tile                             291         1 221           5   598           21        9           3        3         4          2     –        –        –        –
3255       Clay refractories                                       145           979           3   904            9        2           1        3         3          –     –        –        –        –
3259       Structural clay products, n.e.c.                        638         3 339          13   346           13        1           2        2         5          1     2        –        –        –
326      Pottery and related products                            4 040        16 902          74   905          179       67          32       31        22          22    4        1        –        –
3261       Vitreous plumbing fixtures                              501         2 330          11   029           13        2           4        2         2           2    1        –        –        –
3262       Vitreous china table and kitchenware                    309         1 221           5   699            7        1           –        1         2           3    –        –        –        –
3263       Semivitreous table and kitchenware                      115           483           2   169            6        –           3        1         1           1    –        –        –        –
3264       Porcelain electrical supplies                           473         2 972          12   122           19        6           2        4         4           3    –        –        –        –
3269       Pottery products, n.e.c.                              2 642         9 896          43   886          134       58          23       23        13          13    3        1        –        –
327      Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products                 16 791       111 467         532   743          725      163        110       188       187          57    18       2        –        –
3271       Concrete block and brick                              1 331         7 768          35   711           59       12          8        15        17           6     1       –        –        –
3272       Concrete products, n.e.c.                             5 827        37 659         171   386          225       64         31        51        49          19    10       1        –        –
3273       Ready-mixed concrete                                  8 178        54 912         276   483          407       80         63       120       117          22     5       –        –        –
3274       Lime                                                    101           825           3   432            3        –          2         –         –           1     –       –        –        –
3275       Gypsum products                                       1 315        10 083          44   240           23        1          5         2         3           9     2       1        –        –
328      Cut stone and stone products                                747        3 600         16 192             83       38          19       15        10          1      –       –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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8      CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                               COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1b.          The State                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                             Payroll ($1,000)                                       Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                            Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                        employees                                      number
                            Industry                         for week                                            of                                                       100    250      500     1,000
code
                                                             including                                   establish-      1 to       5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to      to     to       to        or
                                                             March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments           4          9      19        49        99      249    499      999     more

           Manufacturing Con.
32     Stone, clay, and glass products Con.
329      Misc. nonmetallic mineral products                      5 259        35 975         163 787           187        55          33       37        39          10    9        4        –        –
3291       Abrasive products                                       927         6 279          25 550            42         8           5       14        11           2    2        –        –        –
3292       Asbestos products                                        (B)           (D)             (D)            4         3           –        1         –           –    –        –        –        –
3295       Minerals, ground or treated                             747         5 754          24 641            35         7           6        6        14           1    1        –        –        –
3296       Mineral wool                                          1 656        12 784          59 605            22         4           4        4         4           1    2        3        –        –
3297       Nonclay refractories                                     (E)           (D)             (D)            7         3           –        2         1           –    –        1        –        –
3299       Nonmetallic mineral products, n.e.c.                  1 550         8 214          41 293            77        30          18       10         9           6    4        –        –        –
33     Primary metal industries                                 26 503       182 964         797 479           677       165        104       122       144          76    53       9       3         1
331      Blast furnace and basic steel products                  5 917        50 137         234 057           106        27         20        16        16          11    12       2       1         1
3312        Blast furnaces and steel mills                       1 474        11 927          73 268            24        10          8         1         2           –     1       1       1         –
3313        Electrometallurgical products                           (C)           (D)             (D)            3         –          1         –         1           –     1       –       –         –
3315        Steel wire and related products                      1 272         8 237          38 628            35         8          4         8         6           5     4       –       –         –
3316        Cold finishing of steel shapes                       1 363        16 019          63 368            19         6          4         4         3           –     1       –       –         1
3317        Steel pipe and tubes                                   (G)            (D)             (D)           23         1          3         3         4           6     5       1       –         –
332      Iron and steel foundries                                4 996        31 003         125 830            85        22          7        12        20          10    10       3       1         –
3321        Gray and ductile iron foundries                      1 523         9 293          40 345            36        11          4         5         6           5     5       –       –         –
3324        Steel investment foundries                           2 762        16 876          64 688            21         1          1         2         5           4     5       2       1         –
3325        Steel foundries, n.e.c.                                711         4 834          20 787            27         9          2         5         9           1     –       1       –         –
333      Primary nonferrous metals                                 147         1 835           8 932            16        10          4         –         1           1     –       –       –         –
3331        Primary copper                                          (A)           (D)             (D)            2         1          1         –         –           –     –       –       –         –
3334        Primary aluminum                                        (A)           (D)             (D)            2         2          –         –         –           –     –       –       –         –
3339        Primary nonferrous metals, n.e.c.                      129         1 629           7 976            10         5          3         –         1           1     –       –       –         –
334      Secondary nonferrous metals                             1 369         9 553          45 311            36        12          5         4         7           4     4       –       –         –
335      Nonferrous rolling and drawing                          6 098        41 937         175 810           117        23         19        16        23          18    14       3       1         –
3351        Copper rolling and drawing                             210         1 455           5 710             6         2          1         1         –           1     1       –       –         –
3353        Aluminum sheet, plate, and foil                        512         3 982          15 703             8         3          2         –         1           –     1       1       –         –
3354        Aluminum extruded products                           2 561        16 873          72 635            30         2          3         3         8           5     7       2       –         –
3355        Aluminum rolling and drawing, n.e.c.                     96        1 014           3 568             7         2          2         1         2           –     –       –       –         –
3356        Nonferrous rolling and drawing, n.e.c.                 164         1 062           5 590            10         3          4         –         2           1     –       –       –         –
3357        Nonferrous wiredrawing and insulating                2 555        17 551          72 604            56        11          7        11        10          11     5       –       1         –
336      Nonferrous foundries (castings)                         5 952        34 629         149 468           210        46         34        45        47          26    11       1       –         –
3363        Aluminum die-castings                                1 737         9 876          43 640            50         6          7         9        17           6     5       –       –         –
3364        Nonferrous die-casting except aluminum               1 128         7 030          28 858            33        11          9         1         4           5     2       1       –         –
3365        Aluminum foundries                                   2 064        12 130          51 594            80        17         11        21        18          11     2       –       –         –
3366        Copper foundries                                       880         4 609          21 567            39         9          6        11         8           4     1       –       –         –
3369        Nonferrous foundries, n.e.c.                           142           983           3 783             6         1          1         3         –           –     1       –       –         –
339      Miscellaneous primary metal products                    1 990        13 684          56 805            98        19         14        27        30           6     2       –       –         –
3398        Metal heat treating                                  1 610        10 922          45 095            74        11         10        22        25           4     2       –       –         –
3399        Primary metal products, n.e.c.                         380         2 762          11 710            24         8          4         5         5           2     –       –       –         –
34     Fabricated metal products                               124 308       841   970     3 630   816      4 560      1 332        863       867       884      368      197      39       7         3
341      Metal cans and shipping containers                      5 517        50   583       213   698         70         13          4         5        13       11       21       3       –         –
3411       Metal cans                                            4 835        46   352       194   111         50          4          4         2        11        7       19       3       –         –
3412       Metal barrels, drums, and pails                         671         4   215        19   443         18          8          –         2         2        4        2       –       –         –
342      Cutlery, handtools, and hardware                       11 276        75   146       337   716        340        104         63        60        58       34       16       4       –         1
3421       Cutlery                                                 724         4   524        23   435         10          3          1         2         –        2        1       1       –         –
3423       Hand and edge tools, n.e.c.                           2 161        12   692        59   049        122         39         19        30        25        6        3       –       –         –
3425       Saw blades and handsaws                                 389         2   851        13   335         19          7          4         2         4        2        –       –       –         –
3429       Hardware, n.e.c.                                      8 002        55   079       241   822        186         52         39        26        29       24       12       3       –         1
343      Plumbing and heating, except electric                   7 334        46   035       195   919        109         26         18        17        15       14       14       3       1         1
3431       Metal sanitary ware                                     925         6   056        26   617         19          6          4         4         1        1        2       1       –         –
3432       Plumbing fixture fittings and trim                    4 983        31   372       129   355         47          9          4         4         9        8       10       1       1         1
3433       Heating equipment, except electric                    1 421         8   596        39   822         42         11          9         9         5        5        2       1       –         –
344      Fabricated structural metal products                   36 035       239   258     1 059   371      1 587        456        314       320       308      123       60       5       1         –
3441       Fabricated structural metal                           5 236        41   751       175   493        231         68         54        39        47       13        9       –       1         –
3442       Metal doors, sash, and trim                           6 430        33   901       153   747        183         55         28        25        37       20       14       4       –         –
3443       Fabricated plate work (boiler shops)                  4 698        36   252       151   725        166         37         33        28        39       21        7       1       –         –
3444       Sheet metalwork                                      14 680        93   895       432   371        699        173        139       173       145       47       22       –       –         –
3446       Architectural metal work                              1 912        12   248        53   913        179         81         39        35        14       10        –       –       –         –
3448       Prefabricated metal buildings                         1 630        11   594        48   093         63         18          9         9        17        6        4       –       –         –
3449       Miscellaneous metal work                              1 437         9   564        43   551         59         18         12        10         9        6        4       –       –         –
345      Screw machine products, bolts, etc.                    13 424        98   261       401   494        301         60         62        69        62       21       14       8       4         1
3451       Screw machine products                                5 123        33   209       134   317        190         38         44        48        41       14        3       1       –         1
3452       Bolts, nuts, rivets, and washers                      8 301        65   052       267   177        111         22         18        21        21        7       11       7       4         –
346      Metal forgings and stampings                           11 621        81   579       354   813        428        134         65        83        88       35       20       2       1         –
3462       Iron and steel forgings                               1 119        10   411        46   456         37         15          4         6         5        3        4       –       –         –
3463       Nonferrous forgings                                   1 887        16   387        63   176         16          –          –         1         5        3        5       2       –         –
3465       Automotive stampings                                  1 293         6   301        30   503         20          6          2         4         7        –        –       –       1         –
3466       Crowns and closures                                     210         1   941         8   697          6          2          –         3         –        –        1       –       –         –
3469       Metal stampings, n.e.c.                               7 112        46   539       205   860        346        108         59        69        71       29       10       –       –         –
347      Metal services, n.e.c.                                 16 928        95   122       408   139        862        247        167       176       195       60       13       4       –         –
3471       Plating and polishing                                11 203        59   832       261   141        556        164        111       114       119       35        9       4       –         –
3479       Metal coating and allied services                     5 725        35   290       146   947        305         82         56        62        76       25        4       –       –         –
348      Ordnance and accessories, n.e.c.                        2 726        21   866        96   418         43         12          4         4         8        9        2       4       –         –
3482       Small arms ammunition                                   349         2   491        13   568         11          5          2         2         1        –        –       1       –         –
3483       Ammunition, exc. for small arms, n.e.c.               1 245        11   873        50   058          6          1          –         –         –        2        1       2       –         –
3484       Small arms                                              747         3   853        17   774         19          3          1         2         7        5        1       –       –         –
3489       Ordnance and accessories, n.e.c.                        385         3   649        14   999          6          2          1         –         –        2        –       1       –         –
349      Misc. fabricated metal products                        19 402       133   915       562   596        805        269        163       132       137       61       37       6       –         –
3491       Industrial valves                                     3 942        31   561       135   474         54          9          2         8        11        8       13       3       –         –
3492       Fluid power valves and hose fittings                  3 094        28   751       100   193         68         18         11        12        10        9        5       3       –         –
3493       Steel springs, except wire                              365         2   939        11   852         17          4          3         4         4        2        –       –       –         –
3494       Valves and pipe fittings, n.e.c.                        729         5   194        21   841         25          4          4         4         6        6        1       –       –         –
3495       Wire springs                                          1 079         6   375        29   358         43          9          7         9         9        9        –       –       –         –
3496       Misc. fabricated wire products                        2 381        12   479        56   400         130        40          30       22        27           8     3       –        –        –
3497       Metal foil and leaf                                     361         2   524        10   516          13         3           4        2         2           1     1       –        –        –
3498       Fabricated pipe and fittings                          1 604        11   044        47   123          86        28          15       18        17           6     2       –        –        –
3499       Fabricated metal products, n.e.c.                     5 796        32   850       146   832         340       129          85       51        51          12    12       –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 1b.          The State                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                             Payroll ($1,000)                                       Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                            Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                        employees                                      number
                            Industry                         for week                                            of                                                       100    250      500     1,000
code
                                                             including                                   establish-      1 to       5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to      to     to       to        or
                                                             March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments           4          9      19        49        99      249    499      999     more

           Manufacturing Con.
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                      166 817     1 599 970       6 813 640        6 705      2 666      1 439     1 176       907      265      172      49      19        12
351      Engines and turbines                                    5 120        63 689         233 171           34         15          4         3         3        4        1       1       1         2
3511       Turbines and turbine generator sets                      (H)           (D)             (D)           8          3          –         –         –        2        –       1       –         2
3519       Internal combustion engines, n.e.c.                      (G)           (D)             (D)          26         12          4         3         3        2        1       –       1         –
352      Farm and garden machinery                               2 208        11 600          52 250          153         50         30        38        29        4        2       –       –         –
3523       Farm machinery and equipment                          1 988        10 442          47 413          143         48         28        34        28        4        1       –       –         –
3524       Lawn and garden equipment                                (C)           (D)             (D)           9          1          2         4         1        –        1       –       –         –
353      Construction and related machinery                      4 700        37 239         151 417          267         68         69        55        59       12        4       –       –         –
3531       Construction machinery                                1 483        11 116          44 612           75         14         24        17        16        2        2       –       –         –
3532       Mining machinery                                        257         2 261           9 533           14          8          –         –         5        1        –       –       –         –
3533       Oil and gas field machinery                             473         4 534          19 263           31          9          7         8         6        –        1       –       –         –
3534       Elevators and moving stairways                          207         1 265           5 832           21         10          3         5         3        –        –       –       –         –
3535       Conveyors and conveying equipment                     1 277        10 958          42 935           67         12         15        17        18        5        –       –       –         –
3536       Hoists, cranes, and monorails                           254         1 808           7 273           17          2          6         4         5        –        –       –       –         –
3537       Industrial trucks and tractors                          749         5 297          21 958           41         12         14         4         6        4        1       –       –         –
354      Metalworking machinery                                 12 234        90 923         395 315          933        398        207       165       120       29       14       –       –         –
3541       Machine tools, metal cutting types                      768         6 917          36 346           29          8          8         4         6        1        2       –       –         –
3542       Machine tools, metal forming types                      782         6 884          28 986           22          3          5         4         4        5        1       –       –         –
3543       Industrial patterns                                     240         1 625           6 829           42         26         10         3         3        –        –       –       –         –
3544       Special dies, tools, jigs and fixtures                6 238        47 355         207 027          572        256        128       106        66       10        6       –       –         –
3545       Machine tool accessories                              2 372        14 300          59 555          180         73         39        34        26        7        1       –       –         –
3546       Power-driven handtools                                  313         1   967         8   914          26        13           7        2         3           1     –       –       –         –
3547       Rolling mill machinery                                  186         1   477         4   554           5         1           1        1         –           2     –       –       –         –
3548       Welding apparatus                                     1 021         7   954        32   729          29         8           5        1         9           2     4       –       –         –
3549       Metalworking machinery, n.e.c.                          314         2   444        10   354          27         9           4       10         3           1     –       –       –         –
355      Special industry machinery                             16 156       152   853       732   303         488       147          84      100        99          23    26       7       1         1
3552       Textile machinery                                       240         1   268         6   230          15         4           3        2         5           1     –       –       –         –
3553       Woodworking machinery                                   299         2   453        12   295          23        10           5        3         4           1     –       –       –         –
3554       Paper industries machinery                              273         2   378        10   477          19         7           4        6         1           –     1       –       –         –
3555       Printing trades machinery                             1 221        10   475        45   265          49        13           9       14         6           5     1       1       –         –
3556       Food products machinery                               1 890        12   916        59   964          77        16          13       18        24           3     2       1       –         –
3559       Special industry machinery, n.e.c.                   12 211       123   178       596   833         298        91          50       56        59          13    22       5       1         1
356      General industrial machinery                           16 967       133   049       573   807         487       114          99       90        91          52    32       8       1         –
3561       Pumps and pumping equipment                           3 678        33   197       140   644          64        11          13       12        10           6     8       4       –         –
3562       Ball and roller bearings                                520         3   044        15   081          11         2           2        3         1           1     2       –       –         –
3563       Air and gas compressors                                 657         4   982        21   856          27         5           6        5         5           6     –       –       –         –
3564       Blowers and fans                                      1 854        13   056        54   707          76        15          20       10        22           5     4       –       –         –
3565       Packaging machinery                                   2 982        23   843       107   944          83        24          17       17        10           6     7       2       –         –
3566       Speed changers, drives, and gears                       661         5   813        24   334         26          4          9         6         4           1     2       –       –         –
3567       Industrial furnaces and ovens                         2 018        15   337        62   999         52         18         10         6        11           4     1       1       1         –
3568       Power transmission equipment, n.e.c.                    525         3   409        14   435         23          6          2         5         8           1     1       –       –         –
3569       General industrial machinery, n.e.c.                  4 072        30   368       131   807        125         29         20        26        20          22     7       1       –         –
357      Computer and office equipment                          63 909       791   671     3 291   561        661        202         93       102       103          64    49      27      12         9
3571       Electronic computers                                 30 499       423   428     1 753   087        226         57         38        34        39          23    17       5       7         6
3572       Computer storage devices                             15 326       193   618       781   177         68         14          8         6        16           7     6       6       3         2
3575       Computer terminals                                    2 596        26   985       120   077         52         13          6        11         7           8     3       4       –         –
3577       Computer peripheral equipment, n.e.c.                13 108       128   696       562   287        253         76         38        50        36          23    18       9       2         1
3578       Calculating and accounting equipment                    628         4   730        21   301         12          4          –         1         3           1     3       –       –         –
3579       Office machines, n.e.c.                               1 727        14   067        50   225         14          3          2         –         2           2     2       3       –         –
358      Refrigeration and service machinery                    10 053        70   575       302   826        325        107         59        54        53          27    20       3       2         –
3581       Automatic vending machines                            1 014         5   951        22   978         19          5          7         1         2           1     2       –       1         –
3582       Commercial laundry equipment                             74             442         1   854          8          1          4         2         1           –     –       –       –         –
3585       Refrigeration and heating equipment                   3 566        25   954       108   800         96         25         15        20        19           8     8       –       1         –
3586       Measuring and dispensing pumps                          498         3   233        16   566         11          2          2         1         3           2     1       –       –         –
3589       Service industry machinery, n.e.c.                    4 901        34   995       152   628        191         74         31        30        28          16     9       3       –         –
359      Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                           35 451       248   284     1 080   356      3 345      1 555        792       569       350          50    24       3       2         –
3592       Carburetors, pistons, rings, valves                     957         4   496        20   351         26          5          5         4         9           2     –       1       –         –
3593       Fluid power cylinders and actuators                   2 954        28   484       114   812         56         11         21         7         9           3     2       1       2         –
3594       Fluid power pumps and motors                          1 014         9   354        45   407         23          5          8         3         3           –     4       –       –         –
3596       Scales and balances, exc. laboratory                    686         4   824        19   523         19          1          6         4         6           –     1       1       –         –
3599       Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                         29 840       201   126       880   263      3 221      1 533        752       551       323          45    17       –       –         –
36     Electronic and other electronic equipment               226 441     2 096 604       8 903 798        3 623      1 003        549       524       649      409      298    119       45        27
361      Electric distribution equipment                         3 064        25 318         103 389            80        17          16       13        14          9     10       1        –        –
3612       Transformers, except electronic                         986         7 040          29 575            27         6           4        6         6          2      2       1        –        –
3613       Switchgear and switchboard apparatus                  2 078        18 278          73 814            53        11          12        7         8          7      8       –        –        –
362      Electrical industrial apparatus                        10 045        73   604       306   361         267        66          53       47        43          33    19       6        –        –
3621       Motors and generators                                 1 735        11   144        44   463          47        11          10        8         7           7     3       1        –        –
3624       Carbon and graphite products                            452         3   459        14   834           9         1           1        3         1           2     1       –        –        –
3625       Relays and industrial controls                        4 681        35   456       153   239         142        38          33       24        23          10    12       2        –        –
3629       Electrical industrial apparatus, n.e.c.               3 177        23   545        93   825          69        16           9       12        12          14     3       3        –        –
363      Household appliances                                    2 117        13 311          54 448            60        18          13        8        14           –     5       1       1         –
3631      Household cooking equipment                              672         5 059          20 596            14         6           5        –         1           –     1       –       1         –
3632      Household refrigerators and freezers                     317         1 534           5 887             7         2           1        1         2           –     –       1       –         –
3633      Household laundry equipment                               (A)           (D)             (D)            2         1           –        1         –           –     –       –       –         –
3634      Electric housewares and fans                             708         3 801          15 410            20         5           3        1         9           –     2       –       –         –
3635      Household vacuum cleaners                                 (C)           (D)             (D)            5         1           2        1         –           –     1       –       –         –
3639      Household appliances, n.e.c.                             285         1 984           7 860            12         3           2        4         2           –     1       –       –         –
364      Electric lighting and wiring equipment                 12 137        76   189       336   841         356        93          59       61        84          28    24       7        –        –
3641       Electric lamps                                          268         1   727         8   313          10         2           2        2         2           2     –       –        –        –
3643       Current-carrying wiring devices                       1 761        11   000        51   731          56        10          12       11        13           6     3       1        –        –
3644       Noncurrent-carrying wiring devices                    1 472         9   923        40   496          32         7           4        4         8           5     3       1        –        –
3645       Residential lighting fixtures                         2 982        14   146        60   083         113        40          21       16        20           9     6       1        –        –
3646       Commercial lighting fixtures                          2 655        20   379        84   808          61         9           9       17        15           3     6       2        –        –
3647       Vehicular lighting equipment                            300         1   730         9   396          13         4           2        1         5           1     –       –        –        –
3648       Lighting equipment, n.e.c.                            2 663        17   102        80   871          64        15           9       10        20           2     6       2        –        –
365      Household audio and video equipment                     9 065        67 977         297 683           205        82          31       29        32          16    8        5       1         1
3651      Household audio and video equipment                    7 173        53 425         232 623           112        38          15       18        19          11    5        4       1         1
3652      Prerecorded records and tapes                          1 892        14 552          65 060            93        44          16       11        13           5    3        1       –         –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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10     CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                               COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1b.          The State                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                             Payroll ($1,000)                                       Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                            Number of                                         Total
 SIC                                                        employees                                       number
                            Industry                         for week                                             of                                                       100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                             including                                    establish-     1 to       5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                             March 12 First quarter         Annual           ments          4          9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

           Manufacturing Con.
36     Electronic and other electronic equipment Con.
366      Communications equipment                               42   502     509   227     2 182   581         468       103         60        64        98       60        48     22       6         7
3661       Telephone and telegraph apparatus                    15   307     217   177       985   504         123        16         14        16        31       13        16     10       4         3
3663       Radio and TV communications equipment                23   374     260   430     1 054   461         231        46         26        38        50       32        23     10       2         4
3669       Communications equipment, n.e.c.                      3   815      31   593       141   903         104        32         19        10        17       15         9      2       –         –
367      Electronic components and accessories                 124   499   1 127   494     4 808   892       1 843       540        254       257       297      229       159     61      29        17
3671       Electron tubes                                        3   948      37   981       144   621          52        13          7        10         8        5         5      2       1         1
3672       Printed circuit boards                               19   073     125   614       545   771         401        95         54        69        77       59        34     10       2         1
3674       Semiconductors and related devices                   49   777     567   009     2 442   669         339        83         47        45        36       38        39     24      17        10
3675       Electronic capacitors                                 1   572       7   834        35   051          25         3          2         3         6        6         4      1       –         –
3676       Electronic resistors                                  1   320       8   981        42   372          17         1          1         2         3        5         4      1       –         –
3677       Electronic coils and transformers                     2 740        14 207          56 542             91       24         15        16        17           13     6      –       –         –
3678       Electronic connectors                                 7 184        55 824         234 106             70       11          9         6        17            8    12      4       2         1
3679       Electronic components, n.e.c.                        38 707       308 220       1 287 328            759      229        115       105       131           94    55     19       7         4
369      Misc. electrical equipment and supplies                22 861       202 568         811 449            328       71         62        45        66           34    24     16       8         2
3691       Storage batteries                                     1 841        14 405          59 524             20        4          3         2         3            3     1      4       –         –
3692       Primary batteries, dry and wet                           (B)           (D)             (D)             5        2          2         –         1            –     –      –       –         –
3694       Engine electrical equipment                           2 774        12 880          57 369             48       12         13         4         7            5     4      2       1         –
3695       Magnetic and optical recording media                  8 978        81 345         317 789             85       28         14         7        13            6     7      4       4         2
3699       Electrical equipment and supplies, n.e.c.             9 224        93 595         375 549            169       24         30        32        42           20    12      6       3         –
37     Transportation equipment                                209 952     2 222   337     8 831   476       1 564       505        244       271       265           99    99     39       8        34
371      Motor vehicles and equipment                           26 958       182   768       792   811         637       198        106       121       118           39    38     12       2         3
3711       Motor vehicles and car bodies                         5 226        54   239       241   458          62        30          7        10         9            2     2      1       –         1
3713       Truck and bus bodies                                  2 368        13   619        65   045          87        20         12        25        21            4     4      1       –         –
3714       Motor vehicle parts and accessories                  16 392        95   324       410   150         444       131         84        79        83           29    29      5       2         2
3715       Truck trailers                                          844         7   172        26   745          24         7          1         7         5            3     –      1       –         –
3716       Motor homes                                           2 124        12   402        49   119          14         4          2         –         –            1     3      4       –         –
372      Aircraft and parts                                     95 478     1 093   345     4 238   349         368        85         52        68        65           25    33     23       3        14
3721       Aircraft                                             52 160       627   015     2 446   836          41        14          2         6         4            2     –      5       –         8
3724       Aircraft engines and engine parts                     5 425        52   538       205   427          56         8          9         7        14            5     7      3       3         –
3728       Aircraft parts and equipment, n.e.c.                 37 893       413   792     1 585   766         267        59         41        55        47           18    26     15       –         6
373      Ship and boat building and repairing                   11 913        75   345       312   197         286       135         39        39        41           17    10      2       –         3
3731       Ship building and repairing                           9 040        60   128       246   537          68        14          8        14        13            8     6      2       –         3
3732       Boat building and repairing                           2 873        15   217        65   644         217       120         31        25        28            9     4      –       –         –
374      Railroad equipment                                         (B)             (D)             (D)          4         2          1         –         –            1     –      –       –         –
375      Motorcycles, bicycles, and parts                          (G)              (D)             (D)        112        44         19        22        16            8     3      –       –         –
376      Guided missiles, space vehicles, parts                 68 978       823   164     3 300   748          47         5          4         5         6            2     9      1       1        14
3761       Guided missiles and space vehicles                   54 339       637   303     2 551   851          14         –          1         –         –            1     2      –       1         9
3764       Space propulsion units and parts                     13 600       176   731       710   319          12         1          –         1         2            –     2      1       –         5
3769       Space vehicle equipment, n.e.c.                       1 039         9   130        38   578          21         4          3         4         4            1     5      –       –         –
379      Miscellaneous transportation equipment                  4 562        37   127       137   033         106        33         22        16        19            7     6      1       2         –
3792       Travel trailers and campers                           1 555         7   601        30   141          40        17          7         2         4            4     5      1       –         –
3795       Tanks and tank components                               (G)              (D)             (D)          3         –          –         –         –            1     –      –       2         –
3799       Transportation equipment, n.e.c.                        (G)              (D)             (D)         63        16         15        14        15            2     1      –       –         –
38     Instruments and related products                        163 729     1 756 522       7 125 771         2 146       679        349       307       332      182       164     67      37        29
381      Search and navigation equipment                        57 862       737 828       2 888 449            156       22          24       14        25           12    22     10       9        18
382      Measuring and controlling devices                      46 766       485   564     2 043   555          961      289        153       154       175           92    59     26       8         5
3821      Laboratory apparatus and furniture                     2 354        21   955        97   195           64       15          9        14        17            5     1      3       –         –
3822      Environmental controls                                 1 935        11   562        50   186           47       17          7         7         9            3     3      –       1         –
3823      Process control instruments                            7 352        68   433       276   080          174       44         34        23        32           23    14      3       1         –
3824      Fluid meters and counting devices                        867         7   803        29   471           25       12          3         3         3            2     –      2       –         –
3825      Instruments to measure electricity                    15 257       168   367       739   851          264       76         50        43        43           18    21      8       2         3

3826       Analytical instruments                                9 213       114 755         450 786            131       40          22       17        21           12    7       9       2         1
3827       Optical instruments and lenses                        4 484        40 819         177 709            106       30          16       18        23           11    5       1       2         –
3829       Measuring and controlling devices, n.e.c.             5 304        51 870         222 277            150       55          12       29        27           18    8       –       –         1
384      Medical instruments and supplies                       47   619     453   907     1 866   244          771      261        118       104       108           63    69     28      16         4
3841      Surgical and medical instruments                      17   985     178   592       748   014          273       96         38        34        40           20    27     10       6         2
3842      Surgical appliances and supplies                      13   767     106   318       439   308          259       86         45        38        32           15    27     12       4         –
3843      Dental equipment and supplies                          4   331      31   466       126   166          133       58         21        17        17           13     2      3       2         –
3844      X-ray apparatus and tubes                              4   224      52   170       205   944           30        8          3         4         4            4     4      1       1         1
3845      Electromedical equipment                               7   311      85   357       346   686           74       11         11        11        15           11     9      2       3         1
385      Ophthalmic goods                                        4 084        25 847         107 748             80       30         18        13         5           6     4       1       3         –
386      Photographic equipment and supplies                     7 067        51 903         212 129            144       56          31       18        16           9     9       2       1         2
387      Watches, clocks, watchcases, and parts                      308        1 293           6 460            20         9          3        4         3            –     1      –        –        –

39     Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                   37 906       209 498         949 779         2 261     1 103        417       320       246      110        54      7       3         1
391      Jewelry, silverware, and plated ware                    3 729        17 575          81   112          371      225          62       43        24           13    3       1        –        –
3911       Jewelry, precious metal                               3 149        15 053          69   558          326      202          52       39        19           11    2       1        –        –
3914       Silverware and plated ware                              349         1 692           8   022           20        5           6        4         3            2    –       –        –        –
3915       Jewelers’ materials and lapidary work                   231           830           3   532           25       18           4        –         2            –    1       –        –        –
393      Musical instruments                                     1 985        12 555          47 667             83       40          13       14         6           5     4       1        –        –
394      Toys and sporting goods                                10 109        55   468       280   266          507      228        103        65        60           29    19      2       1         –
3942       Dolls and stuffed toys                                  340         1   499         9   244           30       17          5         3         4            –     1      –       –         –
3944       Games, toys, and children’s vehicles                  1 662         8   641        38   288          128       56         36        20         7            7     2      –       –         –
3949       Sporting and athletic goods, n.e.c.                   8 107        45   328       232   734          349      155         62        42        49           22    16      2       1         –
395      Pens, pencils, office, and art supplies                 3 827        23   627        99   946          147       69          26       21        12           13    3       2       1         –
3951       Pens and mechanical pencils                             915         7   680        32   827           14        6           1        3         1            2    –       –       1         –
3952       Lead pencils and art goods                              461         2   259         9   538           32       13           8        7         1            2    1       –       –         –
3953       Marking devices                                       1 190         5   760        25   911           81       44          15        7         7            7    1       –       –         –
3955       Carbon paper and inked ribbons                        1 261         7   928        31   670           20        6           2        4         3            2    1       2       –         –
396      Costume jewelry and notions                             2 975        11 181          48 516            128       60          30       16        13           7      –      –       1         1
3961       Costume jewelry                                       2 048         8 868          38 854            103       51          24       12        11           4      –      –       –         1
3965       Fasteners, buttons, needles, and pins                   927         2 313           9 662             25        9           6        4         2           3      –      –       1         –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 1b.          The State                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                             Payroll ($1,000)                                       Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                            Number of                                         Total
 SIC                                                        employees                                       number
                            Industry                         for week                                             of                                                       100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                             including                                    establish-     1 to       5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                             March 12 First quarter         Annual           ments          4          9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

           Manufacturing Con.
39     Miscellaneous manufacturing industries Con.
399      Miscellaneous manufactures                             15 210        88 889         389 746           967       427        181       159       131       43        25      1       –         –
3991       Brooms and brushes                                      595         3 522          15 599            22         6          4         2         5        5         –      –       –         –
3993       Signs and advertising specialities                    6 731        38 091         162 947           511       243        110        78        52       17        11      –       –         –
3995       Burial caskets                                           (C)           (D)             (D)           10         1          1         5         2        1         –      –       –         –
3996       Hard surface floor coverings, n.e.c.                     (E)           (D)             (D)            5         1          1         2         –        –         –      1       –         –
3999       Manufacturing industries, n.e.c.                      7 398        43 948         196 854           419       176         65        72        72       20        14      –       –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                            114 103     1 634 781       6 623 496         1 080       251        140       153       213      117       118     45      20        23
           Transportation and public utilities                 621 644     5 167   909    21 117   694      26 508     13 343     4 683     3 459    2 902     1 149       695   172       50        55
41     Local and interurban passenger transit                   36 873       156   740       681   431       1 469        487       270       274      247       123        48    17        3         –
411      Local and suburban transportation                      22 291       104   481       445   042         981        310       202       192      169        76        22     7        3         –
4111        Local and suburban transit                           6 629        29   361       122   820         170         38        17        36       41        29         5     2        2         –
4119        Local passenger transportation, n.e.c.              15 662        75   120       321   894         809        270       185       156      128        47        17     5        1         –
412      Taxicabs                                                2 270         6   895        27   986         142         68        29        21       16         4         3     1        –         –
413      Intercity and rural bus transportation                  1 739        10   137        44   902          81         43         8        12        8         5         4     1        –         –
414      Bus charter service                                     3 646        13   031        61   492         163         44        24        40       34        16         4     1        –         –
4141        Local bus charter service                            1 625         6   018        27   931          70         17         9        20       15         6         3     –        –         –
4142        Bus charter service, except local                    2 019         7   008        32   986          88         22        15        20       19        10         1     1        –         –
415      School buses                                            6 885        22   111       101   577          89         12         6         7       20        22        15     7        –         –
417      Bus terminal and service facilities                        (A)             (D)             (D)          2          2         –         –        –         –         –     –        –         –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                171 588       965   059     4 301   697      10 988      5 879     1 781     1 554    1 199       397       145    20        5         8
421      Trucking and courier services, except air             156 359       884   255     3 953   813       9 318      4 725     1 564     1 416    1 091       361       131    18        4         8
422      Public warehousing and storage                         15 089        79   987       343   866       1 648      1 139       214       137      105        36        14     2        1         –
4221        Farm product warehousing and storage                   782         4   706        19   042          51         19         9        11        8         4         –     –        –         –
4222        Refrigerated warehousing and storage                 2 407        17   516        72   855         131         34        26        31       30         8         2     –        –         –
4225        General warehousing and storage                      8 226        35   765       152   156       1 260        971       150        69       43        18         7     2        –         –
4226        Special warehousing and storage, n.e.c.              3 639        21   864        97   506         187         98        28        25       24         6         5     –        1         –
423      Trucking terminal facilities                               (B)             (D)             (D)          4          1         –         –        3         –         –     –        –         –
44     Water transportation                                     19 312       205   445       917   226         531        246       111        59       57        24        23     3        5         3
441      Deep sea foreign transportation of freight              2 346        29   085       135   304          31          7         9         3        5         2         2     2        1         –
442      Deep sea domestic transportation of freight             3 361        37   220       147   648          21          6         4         1        4         –         2     1        2         1
444      Water transportation of freight, n.e.c.                    (A)             (D)             (D)          2          1         1         –        –         –         –     –        –         –
448      Water transportation of passengers                      2 640        12   523        55   063          81         34        13         5       15         5         8     –        1         –
4481        Deep sea passenger transportation, ex.
             ferry                                               1 161         6   678        27   350           8         1          –         –         2        1         3      –       1         –
4482        Ferries                                                276         1   151         5   812          12         3          2         2         4        –         1      –       –         –
4489        Water passenger transportation, n.e.c.               1 203         4   694        21   901          61        30         11         3         9        4         4      –       –         –
449      Water transportation services                          10 873       125   970       576   446         390       193         84        50        33       16        11      –       1         2
4491        Marine cargo handling                                7 727       106   649       484   799          77        21         19        12         9        8         5      –       1         2
4492        Towing and tugboat service                             936         7   940        37   828          33         9          3         7         8        2         4      –       –         –
4493        Marinas                                              1 554         6   259        32   137         206       111         52        27        12        3         1      –       –         –
4499        Water transportation services, n.e.c.                  656         5   122        21   682          74        52         10         4         4        3         1      –       –         –
45     Transportation by air                                    97 484       854   572     3 569   713       1 401       527        244       192       191      108        93     24       8        14
451      Air transportation, scheduled                          85 447       789   587     3 309   974         820       267        137       101       110       89        78     17       7        14
452      Air transportation, nonscheduled                        1 902        14   995        65   807         169        87         34        23        17        6         2      –       –         –
458      Airports, flying fields, and services                  10 121        49   928       193   560         407       169         73        67        64       13        13      7       1         –
46     Pipelines, except natural gas                             1 398        16 663          67 161             56         9         19       14         9           3     1       1        –        –
461      Pipelines, except natural gas                           1 398        16 663          66 273             55         8         19       14         9           3     1       1        –        –
4619       Pipelines, n.e.c.                                        (A)           (D)             (D)             1         1          –        –         –           –     –       –        –        –
47     Transportation services                                  53 838       310 688       1 351   568       6 811      4 204     1 495       616       359           95    36      4       1         1
472      Passenger transportation arrangement                   28 159       142 788         628   151       4 784      3 179     1 056       346       150           35    17      –       1         –
4724       Travel agencies                                      20 816        99 815         435   095       4 138      2 799       930       277       105           20     7      –       –         –
4725       Tour operators                                        5 639        30 256         136   214         492        273       102        57        37           13    10      –       –         –
4729       Passenger transport arrangement, n.e.c.               1 660        12 373          55   176         134         88        24        12         7            2     –      –       1         –
473      Freight transportation arrangement                     18 224       140 701         607   785       1 723        871       388       230       175           43    14      2       –         –
474      Rental of railroad cars                                    68           357           1   740          11          7         1         3         –            –     –      –       –         –
478      Miscellaneous transportation services                   7 350        26 622         112   841         275        134        45        37        34           17     5      2       –         1
48     Communication                                           148 979     1 508 969       5 676 955         3 300      1 188       486       481       558      252       229     71      18        17
481      Telephone communication                               106 421     1 130 450       4 049 144         1 921        684       321       268       253      147       168     49      16        15
4812       Radiotelephone communications                         9 626        86 058         348 153           397        178        71        60        43       24        16      4       –         1
4813       Telephone communications, exc. radio                 96 795     1 044 392       3 700 929         1 520        502       250       208       210      123       152     45      16        14
482      Telegraph and other communications                        605         5 048          19 184            78         43        14        14         6        1         –      –       –         –
483      Radio and television broadcasting                      23 095       228 944       1 006 943           678        181        64       127       205       63        25     11       –         2
484      Cable and other pay TV services                        16 455       119 593         487 443           375        113        52        51        77       36        35      9       2         –
489      Communication services, n.e.c.                          2 313        24 394         109 326           172         98        30        20        16        5         1      2       –         –
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                     80 408     1 019 025       4 027 463         1 637       686        237       215       232      120       103     25       8        11
491      Electric services                                      20 124       303 838       1 192 222           314        62         43        46        88       28        33     10       2         2
492      Gas production and distribution                             (J)          (D)             (D)          195        56         34        22        19       28        31      4       –         1
493      Combination utility services                               (K)           (D)             (D)           80        17          5         9        10       11         6      8       6         8
4931        Electric and other services combined                    (K)           (D)             (D)           65         9          3         6         8       11         6      8       6         8
4932        Gas and other services combined                         (B)           (D)             (D)            3         2          –         –         1        –         –      –       –         –
4939        Combination utilities, n.e.c.                            94          926           3 459            11         5          2         3         1        –         –      –       –         –
494      Water supply                                               (H)           (D)             (D)          350       224         59        35        22        8         2      –       –         –
495      Sanitary services                                      13 685       102 313         443 589           630       271         90        99        92       45        30      3       –         –
496      Steam and air-conditioning supply                          (C)           (D)             (D)            8         4          2         1         –        –         1      –       –         –
497      Irrigation systems                                         (C)           (D)             (D)           55        48          4         3         –        –         –      –       –         –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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12     CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                               COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1b.          The State                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                             Payroll ($1,000)                                       Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                            Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                        employees                                      number
                            Industry                         for week                                            of                                                        100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                             including                                   establish-      1 to       5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                             March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments           4          9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

           Transportation and public utilities Con.
––     Administrative and auxiliary                             11 764       130 748         524 480           315       117          40       54        50           27    17      7       2         1

           Wholesale trade                                     789 205     6 398 840      27 380 941       59 705     29 140     12 580     9 218    6 065     1 672       809   165       38        18
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                         442 658     3 651 650      15 731 138       36 899     17 813      8 167     5 908    3 633       897       378     74      21         8
501      Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                    52   906     349   276     1 524   539      4 567      2 019      1 170       791       426      119        29     10       2         1
5012      Automobiles and other motor vehicles                  13   951     111   463       475   526        719        370        115        88        77       47        11      9       2         –
5013      Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                  30   356     189   496       839   196      2 691      1 078        740       512       283       60        16      1       –         1
5014      Tires and tubes                                        4   181      29   449       126   116        380        109        121       101        42        5         2      –       –         –
5015      Motor vehicle parts, used                              4   391      18   768        81   655        731        418        193        89        24        7         –      –       –         –
502      Furniture and homefurnishings                          23 891       156 314         673 547        2 322      1 203        455       353       238           54    18      1        –        –
5021       Furniture                                            10 051        69 909         293 179        1 024        544        195       147       110           21     7      –        –        –
5023       Homefurnishings                                      13 803        86 292         379 124        1 268        631        258       206       128           33    11      1        –        –
503      Lumber and construction materials                      21   243     153   996       667   575      1 958        858        425       386       227           52    10      –        –        –
5031       Lumber, plywood, and millwork                        10   618      81   832       349   177        798        338        143       155       124           31     7      –        –        –
5032       Brick, stone, and related materials                   4   059      26   389       111   992        518        245        145        89        31            7     1      –        –        –
5033       Roofing, siding, and insulation                       3   056      21   892       101   216        219         64         37        66        45            6     1      –        –        –
5039       Construction materials, n.e.c.                        3   490      23   769       103   990        402        191         99        76        27            8     1      –        –        –
504      Professional and commercial equipment                 113   787   1 112   779     4 676   820      6 805      3 252      1 370     1 016       759      226       132     32      12         6
5043       Photographic equipment and supplies                   4   712      48   489       186   787        227         93         45        47        29        7         4      –       2         –
5044       Office equipment                                     18   655     154   573       639   137        953        382        201       158       140       35        30      5       2         –
5045       Computers, peripherals and software                  62   631     680   053     2 871   973      3 353      1 628        656       478       378      111        67     21       8         6
5046       Commercial equipment, n.e.c.                          4   538      31   277       137   364        556        291        118        93        44        9         1      –       –         –
5047       Medical and hospital equipment                       14   721     133   226       568   058      1 123        562        227       162       105       47        18      2       –         –
5048       Ophthalmic goods                                      3   816      23   749       100   708        255        131         42        38        27        8         7      2       –         –
5049       Professional equipment, n.e.c.                        4   708      41   396       172   678        335        162         81        40        36        9         5      2       –         –
505      Metals and minerals, except petroleum                  13 622       108 751         471 460        1 082        450        249       207       121           41    14      –        –        –
5051      Metals service centers and offices                    13 474       107 195         464 893        1 046        426        241       204       120           41    14      –        –        –
5052      Coal and other minerals and ores                         144         1 547           6 343           26         14          8         3         1            –     –      –        –        –
506      Electrical goods                                       77   535     760   983     3 378   960      5 706      2 570      1 269       975       632      173        71      8       7         1
5063       Electrical apparatus and equipment                   22   134     211   886       890   809      2 030        849        517       370       228       55        11      –       –         –
5064       Electrical appliances, TV and radios                  8   854      74   317       328   784        561        237        124        98        72       16        10      3       1         –
5065       Electronic parts and equipment                       43   014     444   606     1 918   044      3 041      1 416        627       504       331      102        50      5       6         –
507      Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment               27   546     204   031       867   318      2 502      1 077        619       477       254           54    18      3        –        –
5072      Hardware                                              13   354      94   532       409   185      1 057        466        239       195       114           28    12      3        –        –
5074       Plumbing and hydronic heating supplies                8   892      64   638       268   968        847        315        232       188        94           15     3      –        –        –
5075       Warm air heating and air-conditioning                 3   514      31   246       131   511        384        179         95        71        29            9     1      –        –        –
5078       Refrigeration equipment and supplies                  1   748      13   459        56   282        186         93         49        23        17            2     2      –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                     66   513     511   266     2 179   776      6 907      3 373      1 649     1 111       622           99    45      8        –        –
5082      Construction and mining machinery                      4   153      34   332       149   096        371        182         86        56        35            4     8      –        –        –
5083      Farm and garden machinery                              6   947      48   164       208   361        668        244        186       137        95            4     2      –        –        –
5084      Industrial machinery and equipment                    26   035     213   633       902   366      2 818      1 426        677       424       232           37    18      4        –        –
5085      Industrial supplies                                   14   842     117   375       490   237      1 484        644        388       288       129           28     6      1        –        –
5087      Service establishment equipment                        7   775      44   487       189   337        783        405        170       111        75           16     5      1        –        –
5088      Transportation equipment and supplies                  6   576      52   133       230   544        613        315        134        90        56           10     6      2        –        –
509      Miscellaneous durable goods                            45   357     293   116     1 282   772      4 866      2 837        955       589       353           79    41     12        –        –
5091       Sporting and recreational goods                       7   835      51   115       252   941        832        430        197       121        59           18     6      1        –        –
5092       Toys and hobby goods and supplies                     7   293      57   505       227   294        549        314        109        52        50           10    10      4        –        –
5093       Scrap and waste materials                            11   994      60   762       265   033        960        437        188       179       117           25    13      1        –        –
5094       Jewelry and precious stones                           7   723      47   043       202   201      1 211        818        223       107        49            8     3      3        –        –
5099       Durable goods, n.e.c.                                10   512      76   691       335   273      1 313        837        238       130        78           18     9      3        –        –

51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                      299 948     2 123 920       9 148 065       22 052     11 148      4 293     3 174    2 282       701       376     65       9         4
511      Paper and paper products                               38   111     243   304     1 018   555      2 285      1 009        463       388       313           72    30      6       2         2
5111       Printing and writing paper                            4   335      42   768       167   723        301        164         67        34        14           12     8      2       –         –
5112       Stationery and office supplies                       26   060     134   136       569   643      1 313        517        272       238       225           37    17      3       2         2
5113       Industrial and personal service paper                 7   691      66   120       279   215        649        308        122       116        74           23     5      1       –         –
512      Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries                     18 565       167 724         710 433           908       391        170       152       110           53    24      7        –        1
513      Apparel, piece goods, and notions                      32   802     214   123       978   211      3 682      2 232        648       424       262           81    30      5        –        –
5131       Piece goods and notions                               8   177      52   500       246   029        932        514        187       128        77           20     6      –        –        –
5136       Men’s and boys’ clothing                              8   290      60   276       263   339        734        386        143       106        67           21    10      1        –        –
5137       Women’s and children’s clothing                      13   246      77   438       356   298      1 448        889        265       154        93           33    10      4        –        –
5139       Footwear                                              2   550      20   959        90   975        285        176         45        30        24            7     3      –        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                        110   157     753   217     3 236   336      5 949      2 591      1 169       937       750      293       168     34       6         1
5141       Groceries, general line                              17   960     133   584       547   810        667        250        146       138        74       18        28      8       4         1
5142       Packaged frozen foods                                 9   416      64   314       282   294        408        149         82        71        59       28        15      4       –         –
5143       Dairy products, exc. dried or canned                  6   684      49   372       214   751        365        158         79        57        37       20        10      4       –         –
5144       Poultry and poultry products                          2   089      11   773        52   278        125         53         26        15        21        8         1      1       –         –
5145       Confectionery                                         5   226      32   526       127   958        249        118         38        32        28       20        13      –       –         –

5146       Fish and seafoods                                     3   568      18   600        79   238        317        156         67        43        35           14     2      –       –         –
5147       Meats and meat products                               7   687      49   415       202   289        488        197         93        96        67           27     6      2       –         –
5148       Fresh fruits and vegetables                          22   417     139   693       628   143      1 135        486        238       155       141           69    40      5       1         –
5149       Groceries and related products, n.e.c.               34   808     252   518     1 085   104      1 967        813        390       325       286           89    53     10       1         –
515      Farm-product raw materials                              3 501        19   969        97   605         359       193          62       49        46           8     1       –        –        –
5153       Grain and field beans                                 1 453         9   402        41   142         144        61          35       29        15           4     –       –        –        –
5154       Livestock                                               826         1   846         8   646          67        31           8        8        20           –     –       –        –        –
5159       Farm-product raw materials, n.e.c.                    1 190         8   585        46   819         138        93          19       10        11           4     1       –        –        –
516      Chemicals and allied products                          14 759       134 339         559 316        1 379        644        308       242       147           23    14      1        –        –
5162       Plastics materials and basic shapes                   4 575        35 069         148 049          457        202        113        84        48            7     3      –        –        –
5169       Chemicals and allied products, n.e.c.                10 064        98 389         407 627          909        430        195       158        99           16    10      1        –        –
517      Petroleum and petroleum products                       11 541       104 873         430 433           880       321        236       179       118           14    11      1        –        –
5171       Petroleum bulk stations and terminals                 8 019        64 479         277 394           588       176        166       138        88           12     8      –        –        –
5172       Petroleum products, n.e.c.                            3 500        39 392         150 799           281       136         69        40        30            2     3      1        –        –
518      Beer, wine, and distilled beverages                    17 218       145 851         634 441           488       153          78       67        90           53    39      7       1         –
5181       Beer and ale                                          9 878        73 941         329 862           202        30          19       30        53           39    31      –       –         –
5182       Wine and distilled beverages                          7 327        71 876         304 163           273       112          57       37        37           14     8      7       1         –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 1b.          The State                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                             Payroll ($1,000)                                       Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                            Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                        employees                                      number
                            Industry                         for week                                            of                                                        100    250     500     1,000
code
                                                             including                                   establish-        1 to     5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to     to      to        or
                                                             March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments             4        9      19        49        99       249    499     999     more

           Wholesale trade Con.
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods Con.
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                 53   254     340   387     1 481   750      6 106      3 601      1 158       734       446      104        59      4       –         –
5191       Farm supplies                                        11   032      81   892       346   867      1 084        511        258       182       104       22         6      1       –         –
5192       Books, periodicals, and newspapers                    8   168      64   536       260   094        547        259        111        60        84       17        16      –       –         –
5193       Flowers and florists’ supplies                        6   899      29   739       128   557        663        346        144        81        65       20         7      –       –         –
5194       Tobacco and tobacco products                          2   548      18   572        80   565         89         28         15        19        14        3         9      1       –         –
5198       Paints, varnishes, and supplies                       3   621      25   424       108   431        335        133        103        68        22        5         3      1       –         –
5199       Nondurable goods, n.e.c.                             20   699     119   138       545   951      3 138      2 094        515       316       157       37        18      1       –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                             46   599     623   270     2 501   738        754        179        120       136       150       74        55     26       8         6
           Retail trade                                     2 161    806   7 660   751    32 603 862     162    207   72 887      38 204 24 725 17 767         6 011      2 227   300      66        20
52     Building materials and garden supplies                  70    281     314   898     1 436 718       5    886    2 626       1 497  1 002    500           151        109     1       –         –
521      Lumber and other building materials                   41    835     202   358       948 408       2    170      810         484    353    323            98        101     1       –         –
523      Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores                     6    852      33   936       143 558       1    151      594         326    204     26             1          –     –       –         –
525      Hardware stores                                       13    842      50   898       218 554       1    416      618         398    256     90            47          7     –       –         –
526      Retail nurseries and garden stores                     6    848      23   736       108 676            935      463         235    173     58             5          1     –       –         –
527      Mobile home dealers                                         901       3   910        17 233            210      137          54     16      3             –          –     –       –         –
53     General merchandise stores                              220   198     669   957     2 874 018        2   538      601         293    291    268           136        741   192      15         1
531      Department stores                                     178   884     515   594     2 210 613            937       31           –      –      –            67        650   173      15         1
533      Variety stores                                          6   681      17   851        70 248            553      149         133    182     77            12          –     –       –         –
539      Misc. general merchandise stores                       34   616     136   469       592 739        1   036      411         158    109    191            57         91    19       –         –
54     Food stores                                             289   027   1 210   849     5 201 868       18   503    8 594       4 241  2 283  1 424         1 456        502     2       1         –
541      Grocery stores                                        247   117   1 106   337     4 741 006       11   580    4 672       2 493  1 368  1 114         1 432        499     2       –         –
542      Meat and fish markets                                   4   688      14   592        62 583            910      587         208     84     27             3          1     –       –         –
543      Fruit and vegetable markets                             1   995       6   038        27 750            339      231          45     40     20             3          –     –       –         –
544      Candy, nut, and confectionery stores                    3   125       8   075        35 460            618      308         255     46      8             1          –     –       –         –
545      Dairy products stores                                   1   233       1   561         8 213            275      171          72     26      6             –          –     –       –         –
546      Retail bakeries                                        23   032      54   060       232 479        3   450    1 850         843    562    183            11          –     –       1         –
549      Miscellaneous food stores                               7   762      19   992        93 457        1   304      752         324    155     65             6          2     –       –         –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                 197   290   1 122   313     4 867 112       17   092    6 695       5 343  3 035  1 213           610        189     6       1         –
551      New and used car dealers                               92   650     733   265     3 186 202        2   002      295         106    165    690           560        179     6       1         –
552      Used car dealers                                        4   037      19   220        85 638        1   015      747         184     57     25             2          –     –       –         –
553      Auto and home supply stores                            34   403     156   018       662 781        4   782    1 835       1 798    940    194            13          2     –       –         –
554      Gasoline service stations                              57   232     169   101       722 767        8   031    3 156       2 942  1 665    238            23          7     –       –         –
555      Boat dealers                                            1   851       8   186        41 172            313      178          72     53      9             1          –     –       –         –
556      Recreational vehicle dealers                            3   427      18   617        85 064            365      180          84     57     35             8          1     –       –         –
557      Motorcycle dealers                                      3   165      15   247        69 715            449      199         143     86     19             2          –     –       –         –
559      Automotive dealers, n.e.c.                                  425       2   178         9 820             87       62          13     10      1             1          –     –       –         –
56     Apparel and accessory stores                            137   451     389   655     1 642 367       15   757    6 836       5 484  2 274    988           117         34     3      19         2
561      Men’s and boys’ clothing stores                        13   372      44   661       180 783        1   718      632         658    341     70            13          4     –       –         –
562      Women’s clothing stores                                45   405     111   525       463 684        5   419    2 293       1 777    887    396            45         20     1       –         –
563      Women’s accessory and specialty stores                  4   456      11   537        52 510            866      446         308     98     14             –          –     –       –         –
564      Children’s and infants’ wear stores                     4   560      10   095        44 175            737      336         275     91     34             1          –     –       –         –
565      Family clothing stores                                 44   034     135   404       574 533        2   091      627         514    463    400            55          9     2      19         2
566      Shoe stores                                            20   036      61   770       259 688        3   719    1 719       1 670    279     51             –          –     –       –         –
569      Misc. apparel and accessory stores                      5   317      14   012        64 062        1   101      687         275    113     23             3          –     –       –         –
57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores                     96   143     410   643     1 728   275     12   878    7 035      3 235     1 752       655      147        48      5       1         –
571      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                   46   728     197   430       845   545      7   284    4 257      1 687       968       305       51        14      2       –         –
5712       Furniture stores                                     21   996     108   243       454   062      3   234    1 894        741       422       139       25        11      2       –         –
5713       Floor covering stores                                 8   575      39   114       175   415      1   519      918        361       174        60        5         1      –       –         –
5714       Drapery and upholstery stores                         1   183       4   208        18   734          331      249         60        16         6        –         –      –       –         –
5719       Misc. homefurnishings stores                         14   952      45   798       196   709      2   184    1 182        524       355       100       21         2      –       –         –
572      Household appliance stores                              6   983      29   713       126   769          849      538        163       103        31        8         4      1       1         –
573      Radio, television, and computer stores                 42   418     183   430       755   540      4   739    2 235      1 385       680       319       88        30      2       –         –
5731       Radio, TV, and electronic stores                     19   466      95   527       397   206      2   048    1 024        649       178       111       65        20      1       –         –
5734       Computer and software stores                          7   642      44   721       183   274      1   062      598        303        97        41       14         8      1       –         –
5735       Record and prerecorded tape stores                   12   503      31   037       124   699      1   126      310        318       340       148        8         2      –       –         –
5736       Musical instrument stores                             2   754      11   918        49   459          486      289        114        64        18        1         –      –       –         –
58     Eating and drinking places                              779 326     1 653 884       7 074 091       50 803     19 184      9 135     9 261    9 961     2 794       440     23       4         1
5812        Eating places                                      741 596     1 582 310       6 713 168       43 892     14 473      7 928     8 678    9 628     2 728       429     23       4         1
5813        Drinking places                                     31 095        60 663         249 826        4 428      2 602      1 051       456      247        62        10      –       –         –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                    272   362   1 002   164     4 217 588       36 874     20 725      8 617     4 521    2 480       453        64     10       3         1
591      Drug stores and proprietary stores                     68   959     348   962     1 426 951        4 304      1 273        886       846    1 066       230         1      –       2         –
592      Liquor stores                                          11   809      30   929       126 418        3 377      2 547        626       176       27         1         –      –       –         –
593      Used merchandise stores                                13   428      37   837       167 471        1 950      1 101        366       372       93        11         7      –       –         –
594      Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                   103   530     299   887     1 268 267       14 830      7 871      4 092     1 941      759       139        23      5       –         –
5941       Sporting goods and bicycle shops                     22   860      69   222       287 796        2 733      1 479        563       407      226        49         8      1       –         –
5942       Book stores                                          14   759      39   367       164 641        1 734        829        575       228       71        20         7      4       –         –
5943       Stationery stores                                     5   093      14   592        63 248          731        388        186       101       52         3         1      –       –         –
5944       Jewelry stores                                       15   163      65   570       264 311        3 099      1 725      1 019       312       39         4         –      –       –         –
5945       Hobby, toy, and game shops                           12   500      30   825       144 684        1 286        632        319       163      126        45         1      –       –         –
5946       Camera and photographic supply stores                 3   089      10   909        48   270        491        279        134        55        19           4      –      –        –        –
5947       Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                    19   563      44   167       188   477      3 573      2 019      1 037       417        87           9      4      –        –        –
5948       Luggage and leather goods stores                      1   722       6   164        28   763        282        136         95        46         3           1      1      –        –        –
5949       Sewing, needlework, and piece goods                   8   775      19   060        77   886        877        360        164       212       136           4      1      –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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14     CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                               COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1b.            The State                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                             Payroll ($1,000)                                       Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                            Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                        employees                                      number
                              Industry                       for week                                            of                                                        100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                             including                                   establish-      1 to       5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                             March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments           4          9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

           Retail trade     Con.
59     Miscellaneous retail Con.
596      Nonstore retailers                                     28   838     129   908       569   055      2 671      1 482        489       364       247           51    31      5       1         1
5961       Catalog and mail-order houses                        10   357      51   210       218   637        854        486        177       105        58           11    12      3       1         1
5962       Merchandising machine operators                       3   909      19   813        83   379        419        250         66        50        43            5     4      1       –         –
5963       Direct selling establishments                        14   564      58   877       266   964      1 397        746        245       209       146           35    15      1       –         –
598      Fuel dealers                                            2 493        14 054          57   281         359       147        127        69        14           2      –      –        –        –
5983       Fuel oil dealers                                        146           687           3   583          21        11          7         –         3           –      –      –        –        –
5984       Liquefied petroleum gas dealers                       2 204        13 049          52   051         287        92        116        67        10           2      –      –        –        –
5989       Fuel dealers, n.e.c.                                    143           318           1   627          50        43          4         2         1           –      –      –        –        –
599      Retail stores, n.e.c.                                  43 157       139   954       599   126      9 319      6 252      2 023       750       273       19         2      –       –         –
5992      Florists                                              12 331        28   148       114   990      2 563      1 685        579       224        64       11         –      –       –         –
5993      Tobacco stores and stands                                419         1   115         5   193        112         84         21         6         1        –         –      –       –         –
5994      News dealers and newsstands                              937         2   359        10   139        179        108         50        15         5        1         –      –       –         –
5995      Optical goods stores                                   5 164        20   885        86   369      1 143        844        194        48        55        1         1      –       –         –
5999      Miscellaneous retail stores, n.e.c.                   24 256        87   337       381   209      5 258      3 468      1 178       457       148        6         1      –       –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                             99 728       886   388     3 561   825      1 876        591        359       306       278      147       100     58      22        15

           Finance, insurance, and real estate                 832 191     6 918 609      28 835 594       75 359     46 501     12 504     8 080    5 706     1 551       701   206       77        33
60     Depository institutions                                 255 716     1 922 815       7 384 970       11 223      2 272      2 777     2 960    2 520       441       160     52      29        12
601      Central reserve depository                                  (G)           (D)             (D)           3          –          –         –        –            –     1      –       1         1
602      Commercial banks                                      170 083     1 262 938       4 685 561        5 971        814      1 059     1 716    1 932       297        94     31      18        10
603      Savings institutions                                   55 180       412 982       1 642 995        2 913        371      1 119       924       368           68    35     18       9         1
606      Credit unions                                          17 653       104 259         422 371        1 255        498        307       231       145           52    19      3        –        –
608      Foreign bank and branches and agencies                      (H)           (D)             (D)         123          9         27       28        40           14     4      –       1         –
609      Functions closely related to banking                    6 779        58 614         276 283           955       579        264        61        34           10     7      –        –        –

61     Nondepository institutions                               73 837       655 242       2 999 207        7 346      4 247      1 493       894       516      126        49     13       5         3
611      Federal and Federally-sponsored credit                  1 216        14 695          55 194            65        15          21       19         6           2     2       –        –        –
614      Personal credit institutions                           19 361       132 044         533 500        1 669        858        502       165        90           39    10      2       1         2
615      Business credit institutions                           11 539       139 520         554 797           684       372        121        84        74           17    10      3       2         1
616      Mortgage bankers and brokers                           41 666       368 706       1 853 596        4 904      2 983        846       624       346           68    27      8       2         –

62     Security and commodity brokers                           44 340       821 254       3 845 497        4 069      2 713        507       342       320      132        44      8       1         2
621      Security brokers and dealers                           29 175       598 614       2 664 001        2 056      1 206        235       222       258      100        31      3        –        1
622      Commodity contracts brokers, dealers                        (E)           (D)             (D)          70        54          10        3         3            –     –      –        –        –
623      Security and commodity exchanges                            (E)           (D)             (D)          13          6          2        1         1           1      2      –        –        –
628      Security and commodity services                        14 514       216 745       1 152 265        1 923      1 440        260       116        58           31    11      5       1         1

63     Insurance carriers                                      154 448     1 456 302       5 811 804        4 638      2 185        635       580       593      323       214     66      28        14
631      Life insurance                                         37 384       330 180       1 227 732           998       266        130       232       217           92    36     16       6         3
632      Medical service and health insurance                   26 693       241 911         983 593           320        83          48       49        40           34    41     16       5         4
6321      Accident and health insurance                          1 157        10 064          41 450            64        28          12       14         4            4     1      1       –         –
6324      Hospital and medical service plans                    25 536       231 847         942 143           256        55          36       35        36           30    40     15       5         4
633      Fire, marine, and casualty insurance                   69 286       691 980       2 785 472        2 266      1 442        184       177       185      123       100     32      16         7
635      Surety insurance                                        2 081        22 398          86 781           103        46          18       10        19           5     5       –        –        –
636      Title insurance                                        13 921       125 161         554 126           578       176        162        64        90           57    27      2        –        –
637      Pension, health, and welfare funds                      4 443        36 372         145 702           358       164          90       47        40           12     5      –        –        –
639      Insurance carriers, n.e.c.                                  640        8 300         28 323            13          6          3        1         2            –     –      –       1         –

64     Insurance agents, brokers, and service                   70 414       594 542       2 468 058       11 914      8 748      1 730       811       441      122        50     10       2         –

65     Real estate                                             195 572     1 057 126       4 516 588       32 288     23 677      4 832     2 137    1 115       341       135     39      10         2
651      Real estate operators and lessors                      72 473       307 430       1 302 854       14 842     11 419      2 081       780       400      112        38      9       3         –
653      Real estate agents and managers                       105 235       618 428       2 637 657       15 363     10 858      2 445     1 174       583      196        70     29       7         1
654      Title abstract offices                                  4 028        30 951         139 904           268       102          68       42        37           13     6      –        –        –
655      Subdividers and developers                             13 676        99 335         430 359        1 678      1 169        234       138        94           20    21      1        –        1
6552       Subdividers and developers, n.e.c.                    9 445        72 534         307 977        1 351      1 000        177        96        55            7    14      1        –        1
6553       Cemetery subdividers and developers                   4 116        25 968         115 684          240         90         51        41        38           13     7      –        –        –

67     Holding and other investment offices                     29 996       314 493       1 404 633        3 589      2 553        475       302       155           54    35     14       1         –
671      Holding offices                                         9 950       164 786         689 881           658       387        100        80        47           23    13      8        –        –
672      Investment offices                                      1 179        13 226          71 739           103        78          11        5         5           1     2       1        –        –
673      Trusts                                                 11 090        55 182         244 448        1 575      1 180        189       122        55           13    11      4       1         –
6732       Educational, religious, etc. trusts                   7 092        33 067         147 816          668        437        106        70        36            8     6      4       1         –
6733       Trusts, n.e.c.                                        3 986        22 042          96 299          904        742         81        52        19            5     5      –       –         –
679      Miscellaneous investing                                 7 693        80 699         394   501      1 226        883        174        95        48           16     9      1       –         –
6792       Oil royalty traders                                     153           993           4   362         39         32          4         2         1            –     –      –       –         –
6794       Patent owners and lessors                             3 090        32 683         165   492        242        129         40        34        25            7     7      –       –         –
6798       Real estate investment trusts                           835         8 582          41   874        118         83         15        10         4            5     1      –       –         –
6799       Investors, n.e.c.                                     3 615        38 441         182   773        827        639        115        49        18            4     1      1       –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                              7 868        96 835         404   837        292        106         55        54        46           12    14      4       1         –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 1b.          The State                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                             Payroll ($1,000)                                       Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                            Number of                                         Total
 SIC                                                        employees                                       number
                            Industry                         for week                                             of                                                     100     250      500     1,000
code
                                                             including                                    establish-      1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to     to      to       to        or
                                                             March 12 First quarter         Annual           ments           4         9      19        49        99     249     499      999     more

           Services                                         3 833    212   23 238   936   102 745 478     281 946      171 140   52 109    29 554   17 713     6 214    3 585    927      402       302
70     Hotels and other lodging places                        177    862      588   597     2 494 682       6 018        2 721      977     1 005      650       268      239    105       41        12
701      Hotels and motels                                    170    467      567   332     2 393 192       4 909        1 973      776       916      598       259      229    105       41        12
702      Rooming and boarding houses                            1    175        2   509        10 536         285          221       37        18        9         –        –      –        –         –
703      Camps and recreational vehicle parks                   4    907       14   572        73 525         679          430      133        65       40         5        6      –        –         –
7032       Sporting and recreational camps                      1    590        4   428        25 594         257          177       33        28       16         1        2      –        –         –
7033       Trailer parks and campsites                          3    317       10   144        47 931         422          253      100        37       24         4        4      –        –         –
704      Membership-basis organization hotels                   1    221        3   876        16 228         139           93       31         5        3         3        4      –        –         –
72     Personal services                                      131    966      390   799     1 619 899      20 099       13 027    4 062     2 092      639       157       92     26        3         1
721      Laundry, cleaning, and garment services               53    196      176   477       762 940       6 834        4 516    1 221       642      270       118       55     10        2         –
7211       Power laundries, family and commercial               2    790        8   525        36 677         211           88       48        44       18        11        2      –        –         –
7212       Garment pressing and cleaners’ agents                1    917        3   839        16 220         683          581       74        21        5         2        –      –        –         –
7213       Linen supply                                         8    501       37   069       154 607         189           56       25        29       27        25       21      5        1         –
7215       Coin-operated laundries and cleaning                 4    649       15   201        64 792       1 138          903      173        45       10         4        2      1        –         –
7216       Drycleaning plants, except rug                      15    383       41   866       179 343       2 577        1 552      590       320       99        13        2      1        –         –
7217       Carpet and upholstery cleaning                       4    713       16   561        77 270         951          685      153        74       33         3        3      –        –         –
7218       Industrial launderers                                7    958       36   108       157 922         165           27       21        23       30        42       20      2        –         –
7219       Laundry and garment services, n.e.c.                 6    954       16   715        71 493         651          368      129        82       47        18        5      1        1         –
722      Photographic studios, portrait                         8    873       20   270        94 578       1 373          850      264       212       38         7        1      –        –         1
723      Beauty shops                                          35    137       92   482       383 753       7 253        4 682    1 570       797      195         8        1      –        –         –
724      Barber shops                                           1    661        4   952        20 530         476          374       62        34        6         –        –      –        –         –
725      Shoe repair and shoeshine parlors                           748        2   523        10 051         317          272       37         7        1         –        –      –        –         –
726      Funeral service and crematories                         5   969       31   664       132 787         637          238      235       119       33         8        3      1        –         –
729      Miscellaneous personal services                        26   370       62   396       214 535       3 190        2 077      672       281       96        16       32     15        1         –
7291       Tax return preparation services                      14   051       27   419        76 216       1 163          810      197        78       37         2       25     14        –         –
7299       Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c.              12   319       34   977       138 319       2 027        1 267      475       203       59        14        7      1        1         –
73     Business services                                       785   036    4 357   193    19 100   736     42 749      23 987    7 013     4 772    3 813     1 588    1 129    304      106        37
731      Advertising                                            25   930      224   445       951   383      2 269       1 320      443       250      171        45       29      9        2         –
7311       Advertising agencies                                 15   940      169   056       710   086      1 597         946      318       169      111        25       25      3        –         –
7312       Outdoor advertising services                          1   549       13   742        55   768         94          40       20        16       11         5        1      1        –         –
7313       Radio, TV, publisher representatives                  2   281       21   709        90   843        271         151       59        29       25         7        –      –        –         –
7319       Advertising, n.e.c.                                   6   063       19   469        90   866        243         125       41        36       23         8        3      5        2         –
732      Credit reporting and collection                        14   007       83   036       353   865        824         285      151       180      149        44       13      1        1         –
7322       Adjustment and collection services                    9   665       52   457       227   680        597         200      113       139      107        27       10      1        –         –
7323       Credit reporting services                             4   342       30   579       126   175        226          84       38        41       42        17        3      –        1         –
733      Mailing, reproduction, stenographic                    39   088      202   690       909   441      4 922       3 274      811       466      269        62       31      6        2         1
7331       Direct mail advertising services                      9   872       46   875       207   899        523         250       96        77       57        21       17      4        1         –
7334       Photocopying and duplicating services                15   544       68   500       306   441      1 140         530      246       197      126        27       10      2        1         1
7335       Commercial photography                                1   923       11   151        53   858        503         391       77        22       11         1        1      –        –         –
7336       Commercial art and graphic design                     7   242       54   078       246   388      1 744       1 324      264       104       44         6        2      –        –         –
7338       Secretarial and court reporting                       4   488       22   037        94   289      1 000         768      128        65       31         7        1      –        –         –
734      Services to buildings                                  88   324      282   762     1 245   355      6 407       3 618    1 175       821      546       135       70     21       15         6
7342       Disinfecting and pest control services               10   790       56   670       264   063      1 165         520      254       231      150         7        3      –        –         –
7349       Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                77   494      226   034       980   205      5 202       3 061      918       590      396       128       67     21       15         6
735      Misc. equipment rental and leasing                     28   511      183   007       810   140      3 105       1 536      764       475      266        52       10      1        1         –
7352       Medical equipment rental                              3   386       25   107       101   132        290          94       93        60       36         5        2      –        –         –
7353       Heavy construction equipment rental                   6   648       46   225       208   010        761         358      163       152       78        10        –      –        –         –
7359       Equipment rental and leasing, n.e.c.                 18   382      111   271       497   743      1 991       1 028      504       260      152        37        8      1        1         –
736      Personnel supply services                             261   258      950   049     4 302   586      4 013       1 258      390       394      636       577      559    136       48        15
7361       Employment agencies                                  25   667       99   443       431   652      1 547         887      230       159      144        82       31     12        2         –
7363       Help supply services                                235   567      850   481     3 869   573      2 457         363      160       235      491       495      528    124       46        15
737      Computer and data processing services                 156   101    1 730   945     7 479   701      9 354       5 517    1 433       990      820       320      192     51       24         7
7371       Computer programming services                        39   147      446   813     1 986   409      3 483       2 304      484       288      247        95       49     12        4         –
7372       Prepackaged software                                 41   432      593   784     2 562   152      1 329         551      239       185      197        82       51     13        7         4
7373       Computer integrated systems design                   13   281      156   725       638   924        723         356      152       105       72        19       13      3        2         1
7374       Data processing and preparation                      26   283      197   475       807   401        901         397      165       111      117        57       36     11        6         1
7375       Information retrieval services                        5   829       52   179       208   442        177          85       22        24       18        16        6      5        1         –
7376       Computer facilities management                        6 017        46    098       208   155          101        26       16        11        24        9      10        3       2         –
7377       Computer rental and leasing                           1 424        12    991        54   094          115        60       20        21         6        6       2        –       –         –
7378       Computer maintenance and repair                      11 531       117    401       488   424          729       383      133       122        64       13       9        2       2         1
7379       Computer related services, n.e.c.                    10 908       105    919       509   710      1   576     1 152      190       120        73       23      16        2       –         –
738      Miscellaneous business services                       171 256       696    919     3 023   943     11   563     6 915    1 827     1 190       955      352     224       79      13         8
7381       Detective and armored car services                   78 443       248    908     1 055   127      1   811       741      252       213       258      142     128       60      11         6
7382       Security systems services                             8 538        50    488       217   315          377       153       58        55        68       30      10        2       1         –
7383       News syndicates                                         832         7    388        37   077           79        44        9        13         9        4       –        –       –         –
7384       Photofinishing laboratories                           9 320        42    882       183   906      1   103       701      248        77        45       14      14        4       –         –
7389       Business services, n.e.c.                            74 075       347    120     1 529   264      8   159     5 246    1 258       830       575      162      72       13       1         2
75     Auto repair, services, and parking                      125   878     572    671     2 488   088     22 347      14 699    4 661     2 045       752      141      35       13        –        1
751      Automotive rentals, no drivers                         18   446     104    579       447   833      1 177         562      302       157        95       29      21       10        –        1
7513       Truck rental and leasing, no drivers                  4   662      32    820       134   339        406         155      133        74        36        3       3        2        –        –
7514       Passenger car rental                                 12   722      63    975       282   130        604         295      139        71        49       23      18        8        –        1
7515       Passenger car leasing                                     528       4    619        16   673         88          65       12         5         4        2       –        –        –        –
7519       Utility trailer rental                                    532       3    160        14   610         71          39       18         7         6        1       –        –        –        –
752      Automobile parking                                     11   972      37    813       158   755      2 023       1 459      298       153        85       20       6        2        –        –
753      Automotive repair shops                                69   962     358    817     1 549   081     16 250      11 179    3 467     1 301       258       41       3        1        –        –
7532       Top and body repair and paint shops                  23   058     125    382       540   994      3 992       2 264      962       624       128       14       –        –        –        –
7533       Auto exhaust system repair shops                      1   722       8    226        36   403        457         323      112        17         4        1       –        –        –        –
7534       Tire retreading and repair shops                      1   204       6    076        27   233        201         120       50        21         8        2       –        –        –        –
7536       Automotive glass replacement shops                    2   200      12    099        52   124        472         292      131        40         8        1       –        –        –        –
7537       Automotive transmission repair shops                  3   229      15    039        64   364        851         606      195        44         4        2       –        –        –        –
7538       General automotive repair shops                      32   512     163    301       700   161      8 707       6 480    1 640       473        91       19       3        1        –        –
7539       Automotive repair shops, n.e.c.                       5   967      28    473       122   791      1 507       1 035      375        81        14        2       –        –        –        –
754      Automotive services, except repair                     25   470      71    370       331   465      2 871       1 474      593       434       314       51       5        –        –        –
7542       Carwashes                                            15   808      28    833       145   616      1 387         728      191       173       246       45       4        –        –        –
7549       Automotive services, n.e.c.                           9   625      42    466       185   166      1 449         714      399       261        68        6       1        –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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16     CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1b.            The State                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                             Payroll ($1,000)                                         Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                            Number of                                          Total
 SIC                                                        employees                                        number
                              Industry                       for week                                              of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                             including                                     establish-        1 to     5 to    10 to    20 to    50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                             March 12 First quarter         Annual            ments             4        9      19       49       99       249   499      999     more

           Services Con.
76     Miscellaneous repair services                            49   249     297   485     1 251     620      7 333      4 798       1 393     687      324           91    34      6        –        –
762      Electrical repair shops                                19   355     125   241       522     760      2 156      1 349         396     225      115           44    21      6        –        –
7622       Radio and television repair                           3   152      16   679        70     521        600        443          91      38       18            9     1      –        –        –
7623       Refrigeration service and repair                      2   244      18   374        75     739        319        189          74      31       21            3     1      –        –        –
7629       Electrical repair shops, n.e.c.                      13   951      90   167       376     303      1 228        708         231     156       76           32    19      6        –        –
763      Watch, clock, and jewelry repair                            672       2   440         9     482        215        177          29       7        2            –     –      –        –        –
764      Reupholstery and furniture repair                       2   853      10   257        46     467        781        603         121      43       11            3     –      –        –        –
769      Miscellaneous repair shops                             26   324     159   394       671     543      4 153      2 645         843     412      196           44    13      –        –        –
7692       Welding repair                                        2   009       9   975        44     528        455        331          71      39       14            –     –      –        –        –
7694       Armature rewinding shops                              1   467       9   975        40     857        155         68          40      29       15            3     –      –        –        –
7699       Repair services, n.e.c.                              22   835     139   370       585     850      3 541      2 245         732     343      167           41    13      –        –        –
78     Motion pictures                                         213 328     1 282 945       6   424   447      8   804    5   840     1 131     917      680      133        58     16       9        20
781      Motion picture production and services                161 856     1 095 318       5   549   341      5   017    3   918       439     295      220       63        42     13       9        18
7812      Motion picture and video production                   40 679       569 716       2   876   585      3   033    2   430       246     162      117       38        19      9       6         6
7819      Services allied to motion pictures                   121 150       525 482       2   669   638      1   962    1   468       191     133      103       25        23      4       3        12
782      Motion picture distribution and services               21 048       128 931           605   594          536        309        82      62       55       12        11      3       –         2
7822      Motion picture and tape distribution                  20 772       126 406           593   492          468        265        67      55       53       12        11      3       –         2
7829      Motion picture distribution services                     275         2 514            12   032           66         42        15       7        2        –         –      –       –         –
783      Motion picture theaters                                16 175        30 217           141   697          820        178        93     217      274       54         4      –       –         –
7832      Motion picture theaters, except drive-in              14 496        28 170           130   236          749        160        83     198      262       44         2      –       –         –
7833      Drive-in motion picture theaters                       1 659         2 010            11   235           67         15        10      18       12       10         2      –       –         –
784      Video tape rental                                      14 149        27 808           121 631        2 369      1 379        514      341      130           4     1       –        –        –

79     Amusement and recreation services                       172 414       749 805       4 104 340         10 512      6 149       1 410   1 079    1 197      461       151     39      16        10
791      Dance studios, schools, and halls                       3 041          5 322           23 403            449        239      127       63       13           5     2       –        –        –
792      Producers, orchestras, entertainers                    30 533       227 782       1 648 043          3 754      2 880        347      241      176           54    42     10       4         –
7922       Theatrical producers and services                    14 930       113 865         595 669          1 304        852        182      111      101           29    22      7       –         –
7929       Entertainers and entertainment groups                15 557       113 582       1 048 882          2 405      1 984        165      130       74           25    20      3       4         –
793      Bowling centers                                         8 546        22 395            91 685            330         53       28       48      166           32     3      –        –        –
794      Commercial sports                                      11 050       133 354           713 623            457        273       69       44       36           16    8       7       2         2
7941       Sports clubs, managers, and promoters                 5 991       104 336           575 684            134         72       22       10       11            5    6       5       2         1
7948       Racing, including track operation                     5 059        29 018           137 939            323        201       47       34       25           11    2       2       –         1
799      Misc. amusement, recreation services                  119   140     360   712     1 623     019      5 453      2 641        835      682      805      354        96     22      10         8
7991       Physical fitness facilities                          26   368      53   315       222     842      1 260        467        174      177      292      125        24      1       –         –
7992       Public golf courses                                   8   331      24   746       114     901        301         63         42       47       88       56         5      –       –         –
7993       Coin-operated amusement devices                       2   429       8   829        39     066        361        211         95       31       21        2         1      –       –         –
7996       Amusement parks                                      21   456      76   221       375     121         63         22          2        6       18        6         –      2       1         6
7997       Membership sports and recreation clubs               26   874      96   411       427     798      1 126        491        158      128      163      127        54      4       1         –
7999       Amusement and recreation, n.e.c.                     33   506     100   763       439     251      2 288      1 343        359      292      219       38        12     15       8         2

80     Health services                                         993 562     7 086 868      30 928 932         63 466     38 647      14 419   5 671    2 293    1 177       757   196      138       168
801      Offices and clinics of medical doctors                212 998     2 083 972       9 861 032         28 514     18 476       6 075   2 514    1 010      246       119     43      21        10
802      Offices and clinics of dentists                        83 117       459 139       2 120 977         15 120      7 923       5 219   1 669      277           24    8       –        –        –
803      Offices of osteopathic physicians                       1 725        11 953            59 457            326        219       68       29        8           1     1       –        –        –
804      Offices of other health practitioners                  42   441     199   207         885   891     11 803      9 110       1 964     570      126           23    10      –        –        –
8041       Offices and clinics of chiropractors                 12   767      52   578         227   260      4 431      3 621         674     117       18            1     –      –        –        –
8042       Offices and clinics of optometrists                  10   023      42   843         187   036      2 329      1 569         573     162       23            –     2      –        –        –
8043       Offices and clinics of podiatrists                    2   625      13   437          61   642        910        754         132      24        –            –     –      –        –        –
8049       Offices of health practitioners, n.e.c.              17   008      90   286         409   274      4 111      3 145         584     267       85           22     8      –        –        –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                  117 288       446 135       1 876 672          1 703          279      133      105      181      591       392     20       1         1
806      Hospitals                                             443 835     3 339 010      13 732 328              595         29        6        7       12           46   122   114      104       155
807      Medical and dental laboratories                        28 341       191 072           826 673        2 443      1 511        452      242      149           50    25      8       5         1
8071      Medical laboratories                                  23 282       165 954           717 906        1 293        672        256      161      121           45    24      8       5         1
8072      Dental laboratories                                    5 058        25 116           108 711        1 144        833        196       81       28            5     1      –       –         –
808      Home health care services                              32 091       163 577           715 739            885        278       80      131      198      131        56      7       3         1
809      Health and allied services, n.e.c.                     30 950       186 283           816 815        1 961          723      413      401      328           65    24      4       3         –

81     Legal services                                          135 728     1 439 251       6 458 390         21 420     15 759       2 793   1 562      895      273       113     19       6         –

82     Educational services                                    197 471     1 000 099       4 137 180          5 892      2 428       1 018     881      964      364       156     40      21        20
821      Elementary and secondary schools                       60 097       251 960       1 005 551          2 040          392      325      409      590      224        86     11       2         1
822      Colleges and universities                             105 917       611 539       2 548 730              466        106       46       50       89           64    47     27      18        19
823      Libraries                                                   499        2 106            9 698             56         40       11        2        2            –     –      1        –        –
824      Vocational schools                                     10 972        61 689           258 988            859        406      171      116      123           33     9      1        –        –
829      Schools and educational services, n.e.c.               19 889        72 163           311 167        2 430      1 447        463      303      160           42    14      –       1         –

83     Social services                                         206 079       721 263       3 043 633         17 273      8 349       3 594   2 945    1 707      399       247     27       5         –
832      Individual and family services                         48 146       184 873           778 710        4 102      1 968        834      690      447      108        51      4        –        –
833      Job training and related services                      30 968       106 777           464 437        1 224          395      264      217      200           75    59     13       1         –
835      Child day care services                                44 799       123 567           512 730        5 635      2 847       1 251   1 031      441           51    13      1        –        –
836      Residential care                                       60 713       206 025           869 936        4 158      1 886        859      724      446      131       105      5       2         –
839      Social services, n.e.c.                                21 225        99 522           412 754        1 904      1 016        378      279      172           34    19      4       2         –

84     Museums, botanical, zoological gardens                    6 973        33 776           146 737            324        166       51       38       38           17    10      3       1         –
841      Museums and art galleries                               4 798        23 376            98 788            275        141       43       33       33           15    9       1        –        –
842      Botanical and zoological gardens                        2 175        10 400            47 949             49         25        8        5        5           2     1       2       1         –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 1b.          The State                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                             Payroll ($1,000)                                       Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                            Number of                                       Total
 SIC                                                        employees                                     number
                            Industry                         for week                                           of                                                         100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                             including                                  establish-       1 to       5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                             March 12 First quarter         Annual         ments            4          9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

           Services Con.
86     Membership organizations                                189 564       701 580       2 896 198      17 371       9 773      3 355     2 191    1 455       402       147     31      12         5
861      Business associations                                   8 841        64 413         265 465        1 365        923        263        96        60           15    8       –        –        –
862      Professional organizations                              4 503        31 745         133 293          575        373          95       59        34           11    3       –        –        –
863      Labor organizations                                    14 506        91 471         379 890        1 465        745        314       248       113           33    11      1        –        –
864      Civic and social associations                          33 702        95 539         411 417        3 750      2 526        580       294       217           81    44      6       2         –
865      Political organizations                                     935        3 359         14 684          199        163          19        6         6           5      –      –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                               112 871       333 485       1 360 210        9 031      4 538      1 913     1 343       914      220        69     21       8         5
869      Membership organizations, n.e.c.                       14 205        81 547         330 984          978        497        171       145       111           37    12      3       2         –

87     Engineering and management services                     369 667     3 139 751      13 844 917      34 562     22 579       5 698     3 230    1 983       612       332     72      32        24
871      Engineering and architectural services                111   647   1 144   418     4 930 303        9 725      5 648      1 911     1 129       712      195        94     20      10         6
8711       Engineering services                                 90   789     951   245     4 104 405        6 313      3 370      1 254       839       580      150        85     20       9         6
8712       Architectural services                               17   948     172   609       722 205        2 671      1 729        528       247       117       40         9      –       1         –
8713       Surveying services                                    2   717      19   332        86 277          573        396        117        40        15        5         –      –       –         –
872      Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                  90 253       586 491       2 626 941      11 145       8 130      1 808       743       317           79    40     13       8         7
873      Research and testing services                          60   993     575   246     2 480 922        2 800      1 299        502       409       353      146        70      7       7         7
8731      Commercial physical research                          27   351     323   410     1 392 659          942        454        139       124       122       52        41      4       2         4
8732      Commercial nonphysical research                       11   048      66   347       281 627          794        397        150       120        79       33        12      2       1         –
8733      Noncommercial research organizations                  11   637      99   858       433 527          394        186         75        54        47       17         8      1       3         3
8734      Testing laboratories                                  10   904      85   357       370 238          645        243        133       110       105       44         9      –       1         –
874      Management and public relations                       106   737     833   359     3 805 576      10 884       7 496      1 477       948       600      192       128     32       7         4
8741      Management services                                   53   768     360   376     1 602 047       3 119       1 791        474       375       273      101        74     24       4         3
8742      Management consulting services                        30   265     304   343     1 423 343       4 355       3 138        591       331       200       52        38      3       2         –
8743      Public relations services                              5   230      46   436       206 963         923         638        143        90        39       12         1      –       –         –
8744      Facilities support services                            8   025      50   217       215 868         122          24         16        19        33       14        10      4       1         1
8748      Business consulting, n.e.c.                            9   145      70   034       346 585       2 234       1 784        248       132        52       12         5      1       –         –

89     Services, n.e.c.                                         11 798       127 130         613 316        2 459      1 863        284       191        97       18         5      1       –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                             66 637       749 723       3 192 363        1 317        355        250       248       226      113        80     29      12         4

           Unclassified establishments                           6 106        16 253         118 578        5 927      5 556        268        82        21            –     –      –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 1c.          The State                 Employees and Annual Payroll by Employment-Size Class: 1993
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                                                                            Employment-size class
 SIC                   Major group
code                                                                                                                                                                                           1,000 or
                                                                Total         1 to 4        5 to 9      10 to 19      20 to 49       50 to 99    100 to 249    250 to 499      500 to 999         more

                Total number of employees               10 725 990         691 046       938 374      1 228 082     1 885 651      1 464 021     1 621 151        870 045        622 902     1 404 718
                Total payroll, annual ($1,000)         295 202 397       21 771 471    20 854 129    28 053 602    44 397 665     37 047 013    44 277 951     26 043 385      20 247 348   52 509 833


       AGRICULTURAL SERVICES,
        FORESTRY, AND FISHING
         Number of employees                                 95 187         12 286        15 022         16 820        18 845         13 329        11 616               (D)          (D)             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 656 243        211 515       242 471        307 498       372 303        216 143       179 251               (D)          (D)             –
07     Agricultural services
         Number of employees                                 92 977         11 993        14 711         16 540        18 176         13 161             (D)           5 290          (D)             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 584 366        200 041       232 594        300 321       351 509        210 294             (D)          72 063          (D)             –
08     Forestry
         Number of employees                                    846             134            (D)           (D)          386             (D)              –               –            –             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            23 804           4 138            (D)           (D)       11 179             (D)              –               –            –             –
09     Fishing, hunting, and trapping
         Number of employees                                    756             151           155            (D)           141              –            (D)               –            –             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            20 814           7 225         6 136            (D)         2 044              –            (D)               –            –             –
––     Administrative and auxiliary
         Number of employees                                    608               8            (D)           (D)           142            (D)            (D)             (D)            –             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            27 259             111            (D)           (D)         7 571            (D)            (D)             (D)            –             –


       MINING
         Number of employees                                 32 421            813         1 454          2 277         4 773          3 847         5 822               (D)          (D)           (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 526 841         35 771        51 638         83 672       185 132        171 572       284 291               (D)          (D)           (D)
10     Metal mining
        Number of employees                                   2 227              54            67            (D)            (D)          195           737               979            –             –
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             82 421           1 278         2 640            (D)            (D)        6 459        30 638            34 471            –             –
12     Coal mining
         Number of employees                                      48             (D)             –           (D)            (D)             –              –               –            –             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                              1 274             (D)             –           (D)            (D)             –              –               –            –             –
13     Oil and gas extraction
         Number of employees                                 17 260            544           856          1 157         2 544          2 038         3 201          3 437          3 483              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           679 463         23 958        27 508         38 776        91 456         78 669       134 302        145 298        139 496              –
14     Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels
        Number of employees                                   6 314              (D)         483            951         1 525            926           966               (D)          (D)             –
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            245 778              (D)      19 056         37 214        55 981         34 100        45 720               (D)          (D)             –
––     Administrative and auxiliary
         Number of employees                                  6 572              (D)           48            (D)            (D)          688           918          2 318             (D)           (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           517 905              (D)        2 434            (D)            (D)       52 344        73 631        162 004             (D)           (D)


       CONSTRUCTION
         Number of employees                               475 509           61 230        70 062        85 000       105 721         63 422        49 114         21 758             (D)           (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                       13 687 022        1 492 565     1 566 113     2 227 145     3 146 944      2 110 352     1 735 899        801 048             (D)           (D)
15     General contractors and operative builders
        Number of employees                                 115 318         21 069        19 994         21 285        21 621         12 344             (D)             (D)          (D)           (D)
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          3 238 338        516 511       425 161        544 717       644 635        461 242             (D)             (D)          (D)           (D)
16     Heavy construction, except building
        Number of employees                                  56 848          2 235         3 446          6 134        10 377          8 378         9 562          5 346          3 453         7 917
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          2 182 815         83 012       102 784        217 420       387 852        332 406       421 925        278 984        123 637       234 795
17     Special trade contractors
         Number of employees                                301 955         37 892         46 570        57 427        73 397         42 385        28 323         10 740          5 221              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         8 186 260        890 490      1 035 254     1 454 397     2 093 822      1 301 435       885 016        323 468        202 378              –
––     Administrative and auxiliary
         Number of employees                                  1 388              34            52           154           326            315             (D)             (D)            –             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            79 609           2 552         2 914        10 611        20 635         15 269             (D)             (D)            –             –


       MANUFACTURING
         Number of employees                             1 878 709           32 137        58 564       111 797       245 392        246 116       366 009        236 616         174 460      407 618
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                       65 530 144        1 068 762     1 405 922     2 807 182     6 663 009      7 110 734    11 606 473      8 184 636       7 013 790   19 669 636
20     Food and kindred products
         Number of employees                                168 668          1 146         2 305          6 345        18 475         21 251        38 867         31 127         31 489        17 663
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         4 650 872         48 101        47 598        134 612       458 826        550 901     1 184 982        890 471        846 985       488 396
21     Tobacco products
         Number of employees                                      (A)            (D)             –             –              –             –              –               –            –             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                                 (D)            (D)             –             –              –             –              –               –            –             –
22     Textile mill products
         Number of employees                                       (J)          217           420           851         2 472          3 397         4 611               (D)          (D)             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                                 (D)         9 289         6 465        14 244        69 758         60 487        92 626               (D)          (D)             –
23     Apparel and other textile products
         Number of employees                                133 912          2 865         6 170         14 470        31 671         26 729        31 932         12 779          7 296              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         2 243 602        103 414        68 659        178 093       374 261        458 299       571 225        260 781        228 870              –
24     Lumber and wood products
         Number of employees                                 47 366          2 010         2 959          5 305         9 738          7 937        11 288          5 705             (D)           (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 134 807         71 745        70 085        108 599       206 375        181 312       282 060        142 026             (D)           (D)

25     Furniture and fixtures
         Number of employees                                 47 439          1 060         1 703          4 028         8 030          9 912        12 309          7 674          2 723              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 039 372         34 658        32 833         78 357       175 017        230 551       267 907        152 255         67 794              –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 1c.          The State                  Employees and Annual Payroll by Employment-Size Class: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                                                                            Employment-size class
 SIC                   Major group
code                                                                                                                                                                                           1,000 or
                                                                Total        1 to 4         5 to 9      10 to 19      20 to 49       50 to 99    100 to 249    250 to 499      500 to 999         more

       MANUFACTURING Con.
26     Paper and allied products
         Number of employees                                 36 950             (D)          453          1 380         4 118          8 109        17 156          4 316             (D)             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 214 783             (D)       10 798         33 101       108 418        244 404       604 731        150 174             (D)             –
27     Printing and publishing
         Number of employees                                154 509          7 829        10 883         14 271        24 963         19 217        28 481         16 321         11 279        21 265
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         4 600 946        191 763       242 082        380 413       739 459        587 113       891 402        531 350        369 384       667 980
28     Chemicals and allied products
         Number of employees                                 58 750            758         1 548          3 311         8 540          7 974        11 427          7 179          8 977         9 036
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         2 331 259         29 259        46 583        102 673       273 034        284 738       414 880        244 929        368 833       566 330
29     Petroleum and coal products
         Number of employees                                 14 360             (D)          262            388         1 143          1 516         1 120             1 465       4 510            (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           745 850             (D)       12 209         13 160        42 541         62 081        50 634            86 520     252 552            (D)
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics
        products
         Number of employees                                 82 759            927         2 027          5 186        13 507         18 025        20 976         10 574          3 640         7 897
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         2 165 420         32 764        50 075        125 973       349 763        450 737       524 434        276 205        102 702       252 767
31     Leather and leather products
         Number of employees                                       (I)         134            286           461         1 060          1 123         2 297               (D)           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                                 (D)        8 000          4 202         6 790        15 066         19 795        42 937               (D)           –              –
32     Stone, clay, and glass products
         Number of employees                                 42 229            823         1 811          4 467         9 451          7 597         8 361               (D)          (D)           (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 268 924         20 875        44 927        122 230       279 562        220 252       255 493               (D)          (D)           (D)
33     Primary metal industries
         Number of employees                                 26 503             (D)          722          1 672         4 462          5 329         7 871             2 879       2 255            (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           797 479             (D)       19 710         44 683       121 607        150 781       240 611            82 575      78 937            (D)
34     Fabricated metal products
         Number of employees                                124 308             (D)        5 888         11 833        27 031         25 562        29 633         13 192          4 499            (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         3 630 816             (D)      142 515        305 353       773 634        758 309       910 716        433 711        134 269            (D)
35     Industrial machinery and equipment
         Number of employees                                166 817          5 027         9 621         16 002        27 044         18 298        26 994         16 908         14 136       32 787
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         6 813 640        152 748       264 249        480 075       884 033        647 644     1 053 499        763 222        628 859    1 939 311
36     Electronic and other electronic equipment
         Number of employees                                226 441          1 564         3 777          7 337        20 903         28 640        45 236        40 331          29 663       48 990
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         8 903 798         89 555       118 700        226 694       658 103        930 334     1 550 525     1 453 563       1 205 574    2 670 750
37     Transportation equipment
         Number of employees                                209 952            870         1 641          3 689         8 166          6 779        15 315         14 186          6 233      153 073
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         8 831 476         28 708        39 579         91 056       214 951        186 663       463 268        507 419        324 550    6 975 282
38     Instruments and related products
         Number of employees                                163 729          1 271         2 383          4 313        10 188         12 891        25 278         23 625         25 807       57 973
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         7 125 771         64 753        77 026        144 457       359 462        479 918       960 688        932 312      1 108 050    2 999 105
39     Miscellaneous manufacturing industries
         Number of employees                                 37 906          1 909         2 764          4 394         7 702          7 601         8 313             2 184          (D)           (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           949 779         46 698        50 501         93 285       185 909        184 614       215 710            61 724          (D)           (D)
––     Administrative and auxiliary
         Number of employees                                114 103            593           941          2 094         6 728          8 229        18 544         15 789         14 408       46 777
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         6 623 496         33 160        57 126        123 334       373 230        421 801     1 028 145        922 267      1 006 131    2 658 302


       TRANSPORTATION AND PUBLIC
        UTILITIES
         Number of employees                               621 644          23 796        31 085        47 125         88 878        79 437        104 577        57 747          32 996      156 003
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                       21 117 694         670 216       760 750     1 224 834      2 505 861     2 456 836      3 546 029     2 080 372       1 270 847    6 601 949
41     Local and interurban passenger transit
         Number of employees                                 36 873            789         1 830          3 728         7 599          8 641         7 024          5 258          2 004              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           681 431         19 525        30 875         60 215       123 454        158 969       122 140        103 053         63 200              –
42     Trucking and warehousing
         Number of employees                                171 588          9 778        11 902         21 268        36 884         26 886        21 110               (D)          (D)           (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         4 301 697        241 164       265 441        481 411       907 227        697 275       575 514               (D)          (D)           (D)
44     Water transportation
        Number of employees                                  19 312             (D)          724            777         1 781             (D)        3 036               (D)       3 446            (D)
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            917 226             (D)       22 237         23 539        56 258             (D)      115 370               (D)     203 357            (D)
45     Transportation by air
         Number of employees                                 97 484            995         1 612          2 661         6 006          7 440        13 843          7 914          5 340       51 673
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         3 569 713         34 542        39 713         70 682       160 990        199 690       360 358        236 237        150 816    2 316 685
46     Pipelines, except natural gas
         Number of employees                                  1 398             (D)           135           207           306             (D)            (D)             (D)            –             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            67 161             (D)         5 810         8 756        12 936             (D)            (D)             (D)            –             –
47     Transportation services
         Number of employees                                 53 838          8 331         9 729          8 219        10 753          6 432         5 577               (D)          (D)           (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 351 568        193 926       219 205        213 135       310 713        178 125       146 060               (D)          (D)           (D)
48     Communication
         Number of employees                                148 979          1 875         3 282          6 644        16 924         17 885        35 969         24 412         11 441       30 547
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         5 676 955        115 149       113 092        217 759       566 362        664 579     1 377 483        934 912        377 206    1 310 413
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services
         Number of employees                                 80 408          1 307         1 604          2 906         7 072          8 446        15 383          8 341             (D)           (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         4 027 463         39 276        53 342        104 135       299 342        380 081       744 616        419 104             (D)           (D)
––     Administrative and auxiliary
         Number of employees                                 11 764            275           267            715         1 553          1 832             (D)        2 273             (D)           (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           524 480         11 414        11 035         45 202        68 579        106 675             (D)      116 746             (D)           (D)

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 1c.          The State                  Employees and Annual Payroll by Employment-Size Class: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                                                                            Employment-size class
 SIC                   Major group
code                                                                                                                                                                                           1,000 or
                                                                Total        1 to 4         5 to 9      10 to 19      20 to 49       50 to 99    100 to 249    250 to 499      500 to 999         more

       WHOLESALE TRADE
         Number of employees                               789 205         53 202         84 107       125 008        181 543       114 160        120 000        54 567          25 487       31 131
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                       27 380 941      1 902 237      2 501 238     3 867 551      5 921 528     3 867 775      4 375 643     2 196 448       1 282 026    1 466 495

50     Wholesale trade - durable goods
        Number of employees                                442 658         33 607         54 530        79 943        108 038        60 953         55 455        24 258          13 974        11 900
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                        15 731 138      1 189 945      1 619 589     2 520 553      3 674 885     2 177 512      2 198 073     1 035 579         696 450       618 552

51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods
        Number of employees                                 299 948         19 168        28 793        43 253         68 715        48 200         55 589         21 584          5 950         8 696
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          9 148 065        680 302       847 080     1 264 933      2 045 110     1 456 203      1 750 860        729 509        231 693       142 375

––     Administrative and auxiliary
         Number of employees                                 46 599            427           784          1 812         4 790          5 007         8 956          8 725          5 563        10 535
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         2 501 738         31 990        34 569         82 065       201 533        234 060       426 710        431 360        353 883       705 568


       RETAIL TRADE
         Number of employees                             2 161 806        135 038        253 535       333 296        537 511       407 386        323 440        98 288          43 741       29 571
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                       32 603 862      2 265 937      3 181 397     4 057 591      7 014 507     6 782 726      5 542 108     1 779 019         928 659    1 051 918

52     Building materials and garden supplies
         Number of employees                                 70 281             (D)        9 876         13 373        14 507         10 715        16 312               (D)           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 436 718             (D)      184 781        259 168       290 030        197 586       383 307               (D)           –              –

53     General merchandise stores
        Number of employees                                 220 198             (D)        2 004          3 939         8 665          9 617       121 852         61 833             (D)           (D)
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          2 874 018             (D)       20 829         44 859        96 466        107 178     1 507 772        855 138             (D)           (D)

54     Food stores
         Number of employees                                289 027         15 083        28 328         30 068        45 611       104 515         63 909               (D)          (D)             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         5 201 868        233 667       296 139        325 172       772 398     2 241 847      1 314 034               (D)          (D)             –

55     Automotive dealers and service stations
         Number of employees                                197 290         13 773        36 176         39 073        38 317        42 055         25 571               (D)          (D)             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         4 867 112        267 721       577 940        638 545     1 006 276     1 402 870        886 735               (D)          (D)             –

56     Apparel and accessory stores
         Number of employees                                137 451         14 626        36 006         29 739        27 907          7 679             (D)             (D)          (D)           (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 642 367        203 560       407 163        331 202       300 333         82 301             (D)             (D)          (D)           (D)

57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores
         Number of employees                                 96 143         13 487        21 303         23 444        18 859         10 136             (D)             (D)          (D)             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 728 275        266 313       339 012        387 529       357 124        211 960             (D)             (D)          (D)             –

58     Eating and drinking places
         Number of employees                                779 326         31 806        61 144       129 304        302 434       183 823         59 486             7 283          (D)           (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         7 074 091        458 243       478 013     1 066 850      2 657 391     1 694 434        591 307            67 692          (D)           (D)

59     Miscellaneous retail
         Number of employees                                272 362         38 787        56 283         60 175        72 675         28 990         9 128             3 641          (D)           (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         4 217 588        597 994       772 643        848 447     1 240 669        509 542       137 913            60 502          (D)           (D)

––     Administrative and auxiliary
         Number of employees                                 99 728          1 329         2 415          4 181         8 536          9 856        15 780         20 305         14 207        23 119
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         3 561 825         72 081       104 877        155 819       293 820        335 008       527 197        679 572        459 144       934 307


       FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND
        REAL ESTATE
         Number of employees                               832 191         77 687         82 211       109 885        171 684       105 010        105 257        71 083          51 574       57 800
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                       28 835 594      2 640 065      2 493 485     3 545 333      5 299 316     3 772 709      4 352 830     2 628 708       1 883 158    2 219 990

60     Depository institutions
         Number of employees                                255 716          5 134        19 213        40 918         75 371         28 816        24 345         17 881         19 590        24 448
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         7 384 970        209 379       511 140     1 002 819      1 676 070        834 187       857 525        641 496        820 019       832 335

61     Nondepository institutions
        Number of employees                                  73 837          7 718         9 651         12 012        14 954          8 803         7 698          4 704          3 529         4 768
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          2 999 207        352 740       346 141        491 144       648 055        336 711       335 035        165 423        166 488       157 470

62     Security and commodity brokers
         Number of employees                                 44 340          4 014         3 303          4 814         9 959          8 837         6 445          2 768             (D)           (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         3 845 497        237 572       227 664        417 681       807 720        790 223       852 504        290 663             (D)           (D)

63     Insurance carriers
         Number of employees                                154 448          3 964         4 209          8 174        18 769         22 725        31 787         22 860         18 795       23 165
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         5 811 804        282 366       175 933        296 727       674 752        769 657     1 145 250        772 121        686 044    1 008 954

64     Insurance agents, brokers, and service
         Number of employees                                 70 414         15 350        11 156         10 901        13 107          8 092         7 693               (D)          (D)             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         2 468 058        402 924       351 793        405 566       501 675        309 563       330 126               (D)          (D)             –

65     Real estate
        Number of employees                                 195 572         37 565        31 210         28 183        33 567         23 104        19 978         13 469             (D)           (D)
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          4 516 588        919 905       716 453        665 862       761 468        520 464       489 235        291 643             (D)           (D)

67     Holding and other investment offices
        Number of employees                                  29 996          3 706         3 077          4 111         4 499          3 682         5 344               (D)          (D)             –
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          1 404 633        215 969       139 035        219 204       168 465        162 024       249 458               (D)          (D)             –

––     Administrative and auxiliary
         Number of employees                                  7 868            236           392            772         1 458            951         1 967               (D)          (D)             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           404 837         19 210        25 326         46 330        61 111         49 880        93 697               (D)          (D)             –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 1c.          The State                Employees and Annual Payroll by Employment-Size Class: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                                                                            Employment-size class
 SIC                   Major group
code                                                                                                                                                                                           1,000 or
                                                                Total        1 to 4         5 to 9      10 to 19      20 to 49       50 to 99    100 to 249    250 to 499      500 to 999         more

       SERVICES
         Number of employees                             3 833 212         292 126       340 589       395 838        530 710       431 314        535 316       317 205         278 025       712 089
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                      102 745 478      11 391 315     8 636 721     9 925 360     13 285 405    10 558 166     12 655 427     7 929 109       7 275 212    21 088 763

70     Hotels and other lodging places
        Number of employees                                 177 862          4 609         6 573         13 789        19 037         18 456        35 846         36 019         26 944        16 589
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          2 494 682         70 978        63 437        148 785       220 940        246 795       497 051        547 140        409 520       290 036

72     Personal services
         Number of employees                                131 966         23 162        26 631         27 253        18 454         11 000        14 178             8 454          (D)           (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 619 899        281 700       304 964        317 924       248 498        186 609       175 816            78 992          (D)           (D)

73     Business services
         Number of employees                               785 036          37 583        46 274        64 788        116 642       111 044        173 047       103 954          71 074        60 630
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                       19 100 736       1 335 666     1 182 653     1 742 418      3 152 117     2 748 896      3 637 025     2 208 764       1 586 492     1 506 705

75     Auto repair, services, and parking
         Number of employees                                125 878         26 712        30 254         26 852        21 532          9 333         5 367               (D)           –            (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         2 488 088        529 377       613 398        557 960       373 322        145 461       108 000               (D)           –            (D)

76     Miscellaneous repair services
         Number of employees                                 49 249          8 651         8 968          9 112         9 366          6 060         5 290             1 802           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 251 620        176 475       191 698        234 958       277 401        162 708       147 732            60 648           –              –

78     Motion pictures
        Number of employees                                 213 328          7 013         7 438         12 599        19 679          9 257         8 482          5 496          5 751       137 613
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          6 424 447      1 086 687       198 798        296 010       436 015        437 347       420 414        219 721        155 766     3 173 689

79     Amusement and recreation services
        Number of employees                                 172 414          7 854         9 458         14 783        38 025         31 568        21 947         12 836         11 093        24 850
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          4 104 340        975 792       206 052        237 099       573 278        511 915       481 335        494 159        160 641       464 069

80     Health services
        Number of employees                                993 562          74 498        93 020        73 899         68 045        84 230        110 949        68 594          99 886       320 441
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                        30 928 932       3 480 959     2 951 592     2 370 455      2 032 585     1 851 913      2 507 425     2 018 847       3 129 058    10 586 098

81     Legal services
         Number of employees                                135 728         24 887        18 001         20 843        26 916         18 525        16 542          6 334          3 680              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         6 458 390      1 090 649       684 914        909 443     1 328 680        998 048       885 563        342 962        218 131              –

82     Educational services
         Number of employees                                197 471          4 048         6 801         12 310        29 888         24 184        23 556         13 614         14 977        68 093
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         4 137 180         97 063       109 391        197 912       513 063        442 506       454 227        232 774        249 545     1 840 699

83     Social services
         Number of employees                                206 079         14 522        24 241         40 057        49 425         27 748        36 812          9 416          3 858              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         3 043 633        234 087       370 233        586 957       725 551        414 555       550 043        126 821         35 386              –

84     Museums, botanical, zoological gardens
        Number of employees                                   6 973            300            345           516         1 153          1 158             (D)             (D)          (D)             –
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            146 737          5 252          4 932         8 705        21 753         22 021             (D)             (D)          (D)             –

86     Membership organizations
        Number of employees                                 189 564         19 050        22 004         29 815        43 481         27 615        20 244               (D)       8 770            (D)
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          2 896 198        292 028       319 105        439 834       660 654        436 832       298 342               (D)     158 966            (D)

87     Engineering and management services
         Number of employees                               369 667          36 140        37 079        43 322         59 240        42 153         48 455         23 901         21 911        57 466
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                       13 844 917       1 408 662     1 295 260     1 648 083      2 358 561     1 568 518      1 876 098        848 102        793 790     2 047 843

89     Services, n.e.c.
         Number of employees                                 11 798          2 287         1 827          2 548         2 960          1 236             (D)             (D)           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           613 316        277 620        64 249         91 412       102 379         45 561             (D)             (D)           –              –

––     Administrative and auxiliary
         Number of employees                                 66 637            810         1 675          3 352         6 867          7 747        12 461         10 528          7 585        15 612
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         3 192 363         48 320        76 045        137 405       260 608        338 481       557 116        468 130        342 615       963 643


       UNCLASSIFIED
        ESTABLISHMENTS
         Number of employees                                  6 106          2 731         1 745          1 036            594              –              –               –           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           118 578         93 088        14 394          7 436          3 660              –              –               –           –              –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 1d.           The State Establishments With 1,000 Employees or More by Major Group and
                    Employment-Size Class: 1993
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. For explanation of terms and statement on reliability, see introductory text]

                                                                                                                              Number of establishments by employment-size class
 SIC                                  Major group                                      Total number of
code
                                                                                        establishments           1,000 to 1,499          1,500 to 2,499          2,500 to 4,999   5,000 or more

                Total                                                                               599                     284                     189                     84              42

           Mining                                                                                     1                       1                       –                      –               –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                                                   1                       1                       –                      –               –

           Construction                                                                               5                       3                       1                      1               –
15     General contractors and operative builders                                                     1                       1                       –                      –               –
16     Heavy construction, except building                                                            4                       2                       1                      1               –

           Manufacturing                                                                            165                      76                      49                     26              14
20     Food and kindred products                                                                     12                       9                       3                      –               –
24     Lumber and wood products                                                                       1                       1                       –                      –               –
27     Printing and publishing                                                                        9                       3                       4                      1               1
28     Chemicals and allied products                                                                  6                       3                       2                      1               –
29     Petroleum and coal products                                                                    3                       3                       –                      –               –

30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                                                     3                       1                       1                      1               –
32     Stone, clay, and glass products                                                                1                       1                       –                      –               –
33     Primary metal industries                                                                       1                       1                       –                      –               –
34     Fabricated metal products                                                                      3                       2                       1                      –               –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                                                            12                       3                       5                      2               2

36     Electronic and other electronic equipment                                                     27                      16                       8                      2               1
37     Transportation equipment                                                                      34                       7                       9                      9               9
38     Instruments and related products                                                              29                      14                      10                      4               1
39     Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                                                         1                       1                       –                      –               –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                                                  23                      11                       6                      6               –

           Transportation and public utilities                                                       55                      26                       8                     14               7
42     Trucking and warehousing                                                                       8                       1                       –                      5               2
44     Water transportation                                                                           3                       2                       –                      1               –
45     Transportation by air                                                                         14                       6                       2                      3               3
47     Transportation services                                                                        1                       –                       –                      1               –
48     Communication                                                                                 17                      13                       1                      2               1
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                                                          11                       3                       5                      2               1
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                                                   1                       1                       –                      –               –

           Wholesale trade                                                                           18                      11                       3                      4               –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                                                                8                       7                       –                      1               –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                                                             4                       1                       1                      2               –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                                                   6                       3                       2                      1               –

           Retail trade                                                                              20                      14                       5                      1               –
53     General merchandise stores                                                                     1                       –                       1                      –               –
56     Apparel and accessory stores                                                                   2                       2                       –                      –               –
58     Eating and drinking places                                                                     1                       1                       –                      –               –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                                                           1                       1                       –                      –               –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                                                  15                      10                       4                      1               –

           Finance, insurance, and real estate                                                       33                      19                      12                      1               1
60     Depository institutions                                                                       12                       7                       3                      1               1
61     Nondepository institutions                                                                     3                       2                       1                      –               –
62     Security and commodity brokers                                                                 2                       1                       1                      –               –
63     Insurance carriers                                                                            14                       7                       7                      –               –
65     Real estate                                                                                    2                       2                       –                      –               –

           Services                                                                                 302                     134                     111                     37              20
70     Hotels and other lodging places                                                               12                       8                       4                      –               –
72     Personal services                                                                              1                       1                       –                      –               –
73     Business services                                                                             37                      20                      14                      3               –
75     Auto repair, services, and parking                                                             1                       1                       –                      –               –
78     Motion pictures                                                                               20                       1                       5                      7               7

79     Amusement and recreation services                                                             10                       2                       6                      1               1
80     Health services                                                                              168                      76                      66                     21               5
82     Educational services                                                                          20                      10                       6                      1               3
86     Membership organizations                                                                       5                       2                       3                      –               –
87     Engineering and management services                                                           24                      11                       6                      4               3
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                                                   4                       2                       1                      –               1




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Table 1e.           The State               Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by County: 1993 and 1992
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in
 broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                                       1993                                                                       1992

                                                                              Number of             Payroll ($1,000)                                    Number of            Payroll ($1,000)
                      County                                                  employees                                                                 employees
                                                           Number of           for week                                              Number of           for week
                                                            establish-         including              First                           establish-         including             First
                                                               ments           March 12             quarter             Annual           ments           March 12            quarter             Annual

        Total                                                736 691        10 725    990      68 643 601       295 202 397             746 789        10 729 697        69 749 886      290 374 778
Alameda                                                       33 574           501    857       3 438 283        14 615 563              33 720           506 517         3 484 368       14 425 925
Alpine                                                            43             1    060           3 461             8 348                  42               970             3 044            7 347
Amador                                                           820             6    587          27 343           123 500                 839             6 530            29 544          126 619
Butte                                                          4 587            44    687         187 923           837 707               4 637            45 203           188 868          815 740
Calaveras                                                        871             4    972          18 220            83 423                 860             4 590            18 726           82 615

Colusa                                                           358              2   946          13   315           59     283            379             3   093          13   161         55      618
Contra Costa                                                  20 535            262   842       1 881   678        7 857     260         20 775           263   259       1 850   084      7 458      202
Del Norte                                                        521              4   239          14   731           64     714            542             3   738          14   631         63      125
El Dorado                                                      3 380             26   593         112   874          508     900          3 442            26   963         119   970        516      328
Fresno                                                        15 118            189   401         935   351        4 155     640         15 270           189   466         965   027      4 135      886

Glenn                                                            479              4   248          21   396           92     926            502             4   576         25    567        104      917
Humboldt                                                       3 638             34   228         147   700          647     456          3 638            33   930        150    571        643      051
Imperial                                                       2 264             23   188          92   438          396     637          2 328            22   181         91    676        386      837
Inyo                                                             617              4   072          15   373           67     309            630             4   579         17    072         74      080
Kern                                                          10 671            127   964         673   519        2 902     518         10 848           131   925        708    034      2 947      796

Kings                                                          1 459            16    576          75   474         330      012          1 449            16   167          78   478        336      008
Lake                                                           1 168             7    984          31   775         138      281          1 191             7   982          31   463        136      935
Lassen                                                           580             4    060          16   289          72      551            584             4   249          15   924         74      837
Los Angeles                                                  212 252         3 495    246      22 998   640      99 513      892        215 937         3 536   964      24 027   265    100 064      963
Madera                                                         1 694            17    149          77   944         345      528          1 728            17   010          76   804        334      570

Marin                                                           9 458            86   905         530   831        2 345     040          9 370            85   524        538    922      2 304      957
Mariposa                                                          366             3   051          11   974           56     901            366             3   366         12    685         57      603
Mendocino                                                       2 627            20   670          82   660          383     924          2 652            20   552         85    276        372      437
Merced                                                          2 809            34   463         139   367          647     372          2 837            33   842        144    553        643      965
Modoc                                                             210             1   414           5   466           27     650            204             1   258          5    312         25      202

Mono                                                               531           5    695          20   096          72      920              516           5   383          18   351         66      794
Monterey                                                       8   132          89    249         446   397       1 942      263          8   245          86   663         435   588      1 854      683
Napa                                                           3   245          36    494         201   970         875      284          3   287          37   802         215   380        905      549
Nevada                                                         2   563          19    913          86   387         375      032          2   591          19   695          88   437        372      475
Orange                                                        70   438       1 125    311       7 322   395      31 295      576         70   960       1 128   225       7 449   500     30 929      996

Placer                                                         5 507             56   654         303 279          1 315     232          5 607            55   456         293 944        1 239 394
Plumas                                                           666              4   152          16 242             79     362            654             3   976          14 610           70 640
Riverside                                                     22 874            283   721       1 338 782          5 769     748         23 423           281   472       1 375 581        5 745 599
Sacramento                                                    24 675            340   776       1 945 443          8 286     047         25 261           345   040       1 989 658        8 216 190
San Benito                                                       751              6   732          30 882            142     874            771             6   671          30 437          135 734

San   Bernardino                                              25   050          360   768       1 864 211         8    063   396         25   813         358   313       1 877 486        7    871   010
San   Diego                                                   59   896          817   501       4 683 858        20    062   623         60   836         821   348       4 808 904       19    894   024
San   Francisco                                               30   013          487   834       4 092 592        16    811   193         30   603         462   896       3 774 192       15    357   634
San   Joaquin                                                  9   671          124   002         631 153         2    829   558          9   794         122   680         643 917        2    805   885
San   Luis Obispo                                              5   979           58   525         271 725         1    157   152          6   058          58   776         277 848        1    159   768

San Mateo                                                     18   729          291   869       2 285   321       9    877   409         18   721         283   819       2 222   556      9    270   808
Santa Barbara                                                 10   201          119   711         666   057       2    867   873         10   316         120   755         688   941      2    860   424
Santa Clara                                                   39   862          777   418       6 686   693      28    862   163         39   740         768   987       6 603   799     27    485   410
Santa Cruz                                                     6   492           72   147         418   084       1    754   964          6   615          68   749         393   349      1    568   822
Shasta                                                         4   478           41   121         192   059            868   146          4   551          42   065         201   526           890   095

Sierra                                                              77                407           1   947           10 740                   81               428          1    775         10 115
Siskiyou                                                       1   262            9   088          33   544          152 136              1   300           9   284         34    001        149 676
Solano                                                         6   228           80   606         425   861        1 846 431              6   261          79   680        430    473      1 797 028
Sonoma                                                        12   195          128   719         699   243        3 043 832             12   193         126   583        699    399      2 940 515
Stanislaus                                                     7   714          102   636         509   399        2 282 436              7   845         100   664        517    685      2 235 934

Sutter                                                          1 614            14   902          65   387          295     697          1 615            13   897         65    498        278      718
Tehama                                                            941             9   347          37   654          168     374            962             9   471         39    375        169      068
Trinity                                                           308             1   620           6   649           30     783            305             1   646          6    217         30      422
Tulare                                                          5 805            68   648         315   714        1 355     790          5 895            67   637        310    975      1 328      624
Tuolumne                                                        1 492            11   049          46   329          210     468          1 522            10   965         47    893        208      559

Ventura                                                       15 067            191 480         1 082 386          4 634 520             15 353           191 313         1 107 048        4 673 960
Yolo                                                           3 182             45 421           251 598          1 106 795              3 250            45 394           243 371        1 069 645
Yuba                                                             877              8 559            38 985            173 848                949             9 014            40 752          177 187

      Statewide                                                     77            7 513             71 254             299 397                126          10 516          104 395              408 830

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                               Industry                        for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       ALAMEDA

                Total                                           501 857     3 438 283      14 615 563        33 574     17 486    6 687     4 369    3 135     1 157       537   135       46        22
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing            3 186        15 370          71 684           398       251        86       33        27            –     –      –       1         –
07     Agricultural services                                       3 161        15 280          71   021         394       249        85       32        27            –     –      –       1         –
074      Veterinary services                                         745         3 108          13   828          80        22        33       15        10            –     –      –       –         –
075      Animal services, except veterinary                          138           418           1   739          44        33         9        2         –            –     –      –       –         –
078      Landscape and horticultural services                      2 179        11 018          52   936         260       188        42       14        15            –     –      –       1         –
           Mining                                                    373         3 442          17 365            14         3         1        3         4           3      –      –        –        –
14     Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels                            282         2 295          13 216             7         –         –        2         2           3      –      –        –        –
           Construction                                          25 165        193 040         874 502        2 631      1 550      473       331       182           67    25      2       1         –
15     General contractors and operative builders                  5 828        42 000         186 394           965       651      170       101        29           11    2       1        –        –
151     General building contractors                               5 169        35 110         158 021           887       606      155        90        26            7    2       1        –        –
153     Operative builders                                           429         5 937          24 482            32        16        6         5         1            4    –       –        –        –
16     Heavy construction, except building                         2 197        22 366         114 697           107        50        13       15        16           7     6       –        –        –
161      Highway and street construction                             783         7 852          47 967            34        14         4        5         6           3     2       –        –        –
162      Heavy construction, except highway                        1 412        14 504          66 663            72        35         9       10        10           4     4       –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                 17 078        128   095       570   887      1 554        849      289       211       137           49    17      1       1         –
171      Plumbing, heating, air-conditioning                      3 183         28   049       116   561        237        115       47        43        21            7     3      –       1         –
172      Painting and paper hanging                               1 034          5   100        24   519        213        157       30        19         4            3     –      –       –         –
173      Electrical work                                          3 467         27   704       117   737        300        166       56        39        28            7     3      1       –         –
174      Masonry, stonework, and plastering                       1 556         10   216        47   210        178        102       35        23        13            4     1      –       –         –
1741       Masonry and other stonework                              238          1   149         6   089         40         23       10         5         2            –     –      –       –         –
1742       Plastering, drywall, and insulation                    1 038          7   039        32   416         98         50       18        17        10            2     1      –       –         –
1743       Terrazzo, tile, marble, mosaic work                      280          2   028         8   705         40         29        7         1         1            2     –      –       –         –
175      Carpentry and floor work                                 1 826         12   249        54   564        154         77       37        23         9            4     4      –       –         –
1751       Carpentry work                                         1 326          9   363        41   309        102         54       21        14         7            2     4      –       –         –
1752       Floor laying and floor work, n.e.c.                      500          2   886        13   255         52         23       16         9         2            2     –      –       –         –
176      Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                    1 480          7   703        37   580        136         64       28        20        18            6     –      –       –         –
177      Concrete work                                              993          6   882        36   790         87         47       18         5        12            4     1      –       –         –
179      Misc. special trade contractors                          3 500         29   942       134   376        235        109       37        38        32           14     5      –       –         –
1791       Structural steel erection                                426          3   098        18   173         18          6        2         5         2            2     1      –       –         –
1793       Glass and glazing work                                   365          3   456        14   763         26         14        6         2         2            –     2      –       –         –
1794       Excavation work                                          161          1   596         7   885         26         18        3         2         3            –     –      –       –         –
1795       Wrecking and demolition work                             246          2   124        10   004          8          2        –         –         4            2     –      –       –         –
1796       Installing building equipment, n.e.c.                    630          7   982        35   152         24          6        3         7         2            6     –      –       –         –
1799       Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                      1 668         11   664        48   134        127         57       23        22        19            4     2      –       –         –
           Manufacturing                                         81 338        707 964      3 026 292         2 565        844      454       431       461      212       118     29      12         4
20     Food and kindred products                                 10 389         77   199       337   432         176        36        16       29        39           33    14      6       3         –
201      Meat products                                              734          4   799        20   771          18         6         –        2         5            2     3      –       –         –
2013       Sausages and other prepared meats                        729          4   772        20   482          15         3         –        2         5            2     3      –       –         –
202      Dairy products                                             681          6   033        25   164          12         2         2        2         –            4     2      –       –         –
2026       Fluid milk                                               369          3   680        15   155           4         1         –        –         –            2     1      –       –         –
2035       Pickles, sauces, and salad dressings                     213          1   355         6   547           6         1         –        2         1            2     –      –       –         –
204      Grain mill products                                        883          6   985        35   101          12         2         1        3         3            1     –      2       –         –
205      Bakery products                                          3 671         29   524       126   679          43         8         2        6        12            9     2      2       2         –
2051       Bread, cake, and related products                      2 207         16   442        71   954          26         1         1        3        10            7     2      1       1         –
2052       Cookies and crackers                                   1 397         12   818        53   573          12         4         1        3         –            2     –      1       1         –
206      Sugar and confectionery products                         1 200          7   821        30   566          18         3         –        4         3            4     3      1       –         –
2064       Candy and other confectionery products                   920          5   339        21   001          15         3         –        4         2            3     2      1       –         –
208      Beverages                                                  641          4   288        21   726          20         5         3        2         6            3     1      –       –         –
2086       Bottled and canned soft drinks                           487          3   279        17   371           9         –         1        1         3            3     1      –       –         –
209      Misc. food and kindred products                           2 156        14 835          64 559            38         4         7        8         8           6     3       1       1         –
2095       Roasted coffee                                            509         4 664          21 427             5         1         –        –         1           1     1       1       –         –
2099       Food preparations, n.e.c.                                 955         5 076          22 242            25         1         5        7         6           4     2       –       –         –

22     Textile mill products                                         368         1 929           9 178            13         6         3        1         1            –     2      –        –        –

23     Apparel and other textile products                          3 855        13 147          58 978           173        50        29       42        36           10    4       1       1         –
232      Men’s and boys’ furnishings                                 449         2 445           6 722             5         1         1         –        1            –     1      1        –        –
233      Women’s and misses’ outerwear                             2 572         7 335          34   878         104        22        16       28        29           6     2       –       1         –
2331      Women’s and misses’ blouses and shirts                     204           350           1   389          16         –         6        8         2           –     –       –       –         –
2335      Women’s, junior’s, and misses’ dresses                     992         1 984           7   960          45        10         6        9        16           3     1       –       –         –
2337      Women’s and misses’ suits and coats                        207           859           3   795           6         2         –        1         1           2     –       –       –         –
2339      Women’s and misses’ outerwear, n.e.c.                    1 169         4 142          21   734          37        10         4       10        10           1     1       –       1         –
236      Girls’ and children’s outerwear                             206             761         3 387             7         1         –        3         1           2      –      –        –        –
239      Misc. fabricated textile products                           479         2 115          10 985            41        16        11        8         4           1     1       –        –        –
2396       Automotive and apparel trimmings                          162           857           5 069            10         5         1        3         –           –     1       –        –        –

24     Lumber and wood products                                      924         4 955          22 110            84        37        21       16         8           1     1       –        –        –
243      Millwork, plywood and structural members                    379         2 194           9 395            54        26       16         8         3           1      –      –        –        –
2434       Wood kitchen cabinets                                     198         1 114           4 734            32        19        7         4         1           1      –      –        –        –
244      Wood containers                                             209             816         4 006            17         5         3        6         3            –     –      –        –        –
2448      Wood pallets and skids                                     161             602         2 999            10         2         1        4         3            –     –      –        –        –
249      Miscellaneous wood products                                 277         1 600           7 267             8         5         –        1         1            –     1      –        –        –
2499       Wood products, n.e.c.                                     277         1 600           7 267             8         5         –        1         1            –     1      –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                             Industry                          for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       ALAMEDA Con.
            Manufacturing Con.
25     Furniture and fixtures                                      1 330         9   365        37   519          64        28        6         9        13            6     2      –        –        –
251      Household furniture                                         401         2   581        11   064          22        12        3         1         3            2     1      –        –        –
2515        Mattresses and bedsprings                                230         1   613         6   970           3         –        –         –         1            1     1      –        –        –
252      Office furniture                                            369         2   339        10   393          13         4        1         2         3            3     –      –        –        –
2521        Wood office furniture                                    125             693         3   716           9         4        1         2         2            –     –      –        –        –
2522        Office furniture, except wood                            244         1   646         6   677           4         –        –         –         1            3     –      –        –        –
254      Partitions and fixtures                                     277         2   316         8   314          20         9        1         3         6            1     –      –        –        –
2541        Wood partitions and fixtures                             193         1   743         6   223          16         8        1         3         3            1     –      –        –        –
26     Paper and allied products                                   2 760        20   202        90   721          59         9        3        10        17           12     8      –        –        –
265      Paperboard containers and boxes                           1 316         9   744        44   146          25         3        1         3         8            6     4      –        –        –
2653        Corrugated and solid fiber boxes                       1 054         8   427        38   270          16         2        1         –         5            4     4      –        –        –
2671        Paper coated and laminated, packaging                    382         2   760        12   418           4         –        1         –         1            –     2      –        –        –
2672        Paper coated and laminated, n.e.c.                       371         3   012        12   550           7         1        –         –         3            2     1      –        –        –
2673        Bags: plastics, laminated, and coated                    367         2   134         9   296          12         1        1         4         4            1     1      –        –        –
27     Printing and publishing                                     6 362        42   016       183   799         424       202      101        51        42           14    12      2        –        –
271      Newspapers                                                1 203         6   344        25   833          25         5        7         2         4            3     3      1        –        –
272      Periodicals                                                 207         1   381         5   969          28        18        7         2         –            1     –      –        –        –
273      Books                                                       722         6   080        26   646          43        18       10         3         8            3     1      –        –        –
2731        Book publishing                                          511         4   220        18   304          36        16        9         3         6            1     1      –        –        –
2732        Book printing                                            211         1   860         8   342           7         2        1         –         2            2     –      –        –        –
275      Commercial printing                                       3 264        21   717        96   576         255       125       62        32        25            4     6      1        –        –
2752        Commercial printing, lithographic                      2 427        16   502        73   049         199       106       50        20        14            3     5      1        –        –
2759        Commercial printing, n.e.c.                              821         5   159        23   219          52        17       11        11        11            1     1      –        –        –
278      Blankbooks and bookbinding                                  279         1   438         6   699          13         6        2         1         2            1     1      –        –        –
2782        Blankbooks and looseleaf binders                         175             977         3   908           6         3        1         –         –            1     1      –        –        –
2789        Bookbinding and related work                             104             461         2   791           7         3        1         1         2            –     –      –        –        –
279      Printing trade services                                     291         2   189         9   968          27        14        6         4         1            2     –      –        –        –
2791        Typesetting                                              157             594         2   857          20        11        5         3         –            1     –      –        –        –
2796        Platemaking services                                     134         1   595         7   111           7         3        1         1         1            1     –      –        –        –
28     Chemicals and allied products                               4 698        54   601       223   747          95        21       14        18        28            8     3      1        –        2
2819        Industrial inorganic chemicals, n.e.c.                   111         1   180         4   151           3         –        –         –         2            1     –      –        –        –
283      Drugs                                                     2 453        33   262       142   786          10         1        2         2         1            2     –      –        –        2
284      Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods                            398         2   801        11   383          23         7        5         3         7            1     –      –        –        –
2841        Soap and other detergents                                177         1   260         5   332           7         3        –         –         3            1     –      –        –        –
2844        Toilet preparations                                      165         1   048         3   997          12         3        3         3         3            –     –      –        –        –
285      Paints and allied products                                  516         4   964        19   380          17         5        2         3         4            1     2      –        –        –
289      Miscellaneous chemical products                           1 015         9   153        36   442          32         5        2        10        11            2     1      1        –        –
2891        Adhesives and sealants                                   181         1   725         6   645           8         1        1         2         4            –     –      –        –        –
2893        Printing ink                                             228         1   841         7   756          10         2        1         2         4            1     –      –        –        –
2899        Chemical preparations, n.e.c.                            606         5   587        22   041          14         2        –         6         3            1     1      1        –        –
29     Petroleum and coal products                                   183         1   528         7   420          11         3        3         2         1            2     –      –        –        –
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                  2 892        18 134          76   774          96        16        20       20        19           16    4       1        –        –
306      Fabricated rubber products, n.e.c.                          289         1 925           8   348           8         1         2        2         1            –    2       –        –        –
308      Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                   2 481        15 266          64   539          83        14        18       16        17           15    2       1        –        –
3081       Unsupported plastics film and sheet                       390         2 889          12   371           5         –         –        1         –            3    1       –        –        –
3082       Unsupported plastics profile shapes                       122           653           2   962           4         1         –        –         3            –    –       –        –        –
3086       Plastics foam products                                    320         2 053           8   488          10         2         2        –         4            2    –       –        –        –
3089       Plastics products, n.e.c.                               1 493         8 342          36   181          51         6        13       13         8            9    1       1        –        –
31     Leather and leather products                                  220             833         4 105             9         5         1        1         1            –    1       –        –        –
32     Stone, clay, and glass products                             2 621        20 579          88   956          83        23        14       16        19           8     2       –       1         –
322      Glass and glassware, pressed or blown                       972         8 576          35   829           9         3         2        1         1           –     1       –       1         –
323      Products of purchased glass                                 395         3 194          13   964          17         6         2        1         6           2     –       –       –         –
326      Pottery and related products                                103           445           1   696           7         3         1        2         –           1     –       –       –         –
327      Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products                    1 001         7 626          34   056          34         3         5       11         9           5     1       –       –         –
3272       Concrete products, n.e.c.                                 511         4 202          16   291          14         1         1        4         5           2     1       –       –         –
3273       Ready-mixed concrete                                      375         2 422          13   144          15         1         3        6         3           2     –       –       –         –
33     Primary metal industries                                    1 846        13 848          59   224          39         7         6        6         9           6     4       1        –        –
331      Blast furnace and basic steel products                      232         1 831           8   029           5         2         –        –         2           –     1       –        –        –
332      Iron and steel foundries                                    954         7 698          32   403          11         2         2        1         1           1     3       1        –        –
3321        Gray and ductile iron foundries                          505         3 454          15   898           8         2         2        1         –           1     2       –        –        –
335      Nonferrous rolling and drawing                              114           579           2   631           5         1         1        1         1           1     –       –        –        –
336      Nonferrous foundries (castings)                             468         3 149          13   628          12         1         2        1         4           4     –       –        –        –
3363        Aluminum die-castings                                    236         1 606           6   943           6         –         1        1         2           2     –       –        –        –
34     Fabricated metal products                                   6 058        49   489       211   148         250        63        55       49        51           21    10      1        –        –
341      Metal cans and shipping containers                        1 124        10   535        44   011           7         –         –        –         –            2     4      1        –        –
342      Cutlery, handtools, and hardware                            474         2   931        13   405          21         5         6        3         4            3     –      –        –        –
3429       Hardware, n.e.c.                                          362         2   299        10   354          13         3         3        2         2            3     –      –        –        –
344      Fabricated structural metal products                      2 008        16   217        73   736         106        33        17       27        17           10     2      –        –        –
3441       Fabricated structural metal                               495         4   838        21   066          11         2         1        3         –            4     1      –        –        –
3442       Metal doors, sash, and trim                               376         2   419        10   507          16         6         3        –         4            2     1      –        –        –
3444       Sheet metalwork                                           712         5   582        25   208          49        14         6       17        11            1     –      –        –        –
3446       Architectural metal work                                  163         1   324         5   810          14         6         4        3         –            1     –      –        –        –
3449       Miscellaneous metal work                                  138         1   013         4   688           5         1         1        1         –            2     –      –        –        –
345      Screw machine products, bolts, etc.                         225         1   511         6   458          16         4         4        4         4            –     –      –        –        –
3451       Screw machine products                                    184         1   218         5   017          12         3         3        2         4            –     –      –        –        –
346      Metal forgings and stampings                                651         5   095        22   269          17         4         4        –         5            2     2      –        –        –
3469       Metal stampings, n.e.c.                                   351         2   349        10   558          11         3         3        –         3            1     1      –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                             Industry                          for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       ALAMEDA Con.
           Manufacturing Con.
34     Fabricated metal products Con.
347      Metal services, n.e.c.                                      554         5   496        17   332          40         9        11        8        12           –     –       –        –        –
3471       Plating and polishing                                     375         2   577        10   712          26         6         7        4         9           –     –       –        –        –
3479       Metal coating and allied services                         179         2   919         6   620          14         3         4        4         3           –     –       –        –        –
349      Misc. fabricated metal products                             923         7   181        31   937          36         6        10        7         7           4     2       –        –        –
3491       Industrial valves                                         446         3   448        15   204           6         –         –        1         1           2     2       –        –        –
3499       Fabricated metal products, n.e.c.                         155         1   200         5   473          10         2         4        1         3           –     –       –        –        –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                          9 222        89 582         375   711         399       146       77        73        71           17    8       5       2         –
353      Construction and related machinery                          241         2 560           9   222          17         7        1         4         4            1    –       –       –         –
3531       Construction machinery                                    117           883           3   166           5         2        –         1         1            1    –       –       –         –
354      Metalworking machinery                                      313         2 355          10   542          36        13       11         8         4            –    –       –       –         –
3544       Special dies, tools, jigs and fixtures                    124           842           4   023          18         7        8         2         1            –    –       –       –         –
355      Special industry machinery                                1 121        20 382          86   679          29         5        5         5        10            1    2       1       –         –
3559       Special industry machinery, n.e.c.                        832        17 378          73   704          18         2        4         2         7            1    1       1       –         –
356      General industrial machinery                                692         5 238          25   862          25         5        4         5         6            4    1       –       –         –
3565       Packaging machinery                                       122           402           4   984           6         1        1         3         –            1    –       –       –         –
3569       General industrial machinery, n.e.c.                      369         3 000          13   075           9         2        –         1         3            2    1       –       –         –
357      Computer and office equipment                             3 945        33 703         139   256          71        18       10        15        14            6    3       3       2         –
3571       Electronic computers                                    1 284         9 381          30   091          29         8        5         7         7            1    –       –       1         –
3572       Computer storage devices                                  326         4 368          18   879           5         1        –         2         1            –    –       1       –         –
3577       Computer peripheral equipment, n.e.c.                   1 605        13 884          63   288          23         3        4         4         5            3    2       1       1         –
3589       Service industry machinery, n.e.c.                        180         1 642           5   809          11         5        1         2         2            1    –       –       –         –
359      Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                              2 247        17 799          76   413         199        86       45        32        30            4    2       –       –         –
3599       Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                            2 055        16 264          70   329         192        84       43        32        28            4    1       –       –         –
36     Electronic and other electronic equipment                 10 772         97   431       425   038         222        56        32       33        45           28    21      4       2         1
361      Electric distribution equipment                            169          1   498         5   842           7         –         2        4         –            –     1      –       –         –
362      Electrical industrial apparatus                            242          1   845         7   984          15         4         3        3         4            1     –      –       –         –
3625       Relays and industrial controls                           156          1   290         6   682          10         3         2        1         4            –     –      –       –         –
364      Electric lighting and wiring equipment                     838          6   684        29   084          17         2         4        3         4            1     2      1       –         –
3646       Commercial lighting fixtures                             495          4   529        19   144           7         2         –        2         1            –     1      1       –         –
365      Household audio and video equipment                        313          1   706         7   688          13         5         3        1         1            2     1      –       –         –
3651       Household audio and video equipment                      194          1   219         5   646           9         4         1        1         1            2     –      –       –         –
3652       Prerecorded records and tapes                            119              487         2   042           4         1         2        –         –            –     1      –       –         –
366      Communications equipment                                 1 716         19   343        76   061          41         7         6        6        10            8     3      1       –         –
3661       Telephone and telegraph apparatus                        422          4   336        19   372          11         2         2        3         3            –     –      1       –         –
3663       Radio and TV communications equipment                    718          6   563        27   990          16         2         –        3         5            5     1      –       –         –
3669       Communications equipment, n.e.c.                         571          8   420        28   538          12         2         3        –         2            3     2      –       –         –
367      Electronic components and accessories                    4 827         41   390       200   448         103        27        12       15        21           14    12      1       1         –
3671       Electron tubes                                           106          1   067         3   561           7         3         1        –         3            –     –      –       –         –
3672       Printed circuit boards                                   782          5   032        20   623          23         7         2        6         2            4     2      –       –         –
3674       Semiconductors and related devices                     1 398         16   460        82   136          18         5         3        2         3            1     3      –       1         –
3679       Electronic components, n.e.c.                          2 248         16   424        78   669          49        10         6        7        12            7     6      1       –         –
369      Misc. electrical equipment and supplies                  2 630         24   755        96   747          21         8         1        1         4            2     2      1       1         1
3695       Magnetic and optical recording media                   2 248         20   497        78   398          11         5         –        –         2            –     1      1       1         1
3699       Electrical equipment and supplies, n.e.c.                368          4   201        18   087           7         1         –        1         2            2     1      –       –         –
37     Transportation equipment                                    5 650        60 896         261   862          55        19         9       13         5           4     2       2        –        1
371      Motor vehicles and equipment                              4 687        51 560         226   647          23         5         5        7         2           2     –       1        –        1
372      Aircraft and parts                                          488         5 596          20   560           7         3         –        1         1           1     –       1        –        –
3732       Boat building and repairing                               126           708           3   201          15         9         3        1         1           1     –       –        –        –
38     Instruments and related products                            4 495        50   043       203   056         120        49        14       15        21           10    7       3       1         –
381      Search and navigation equipment                             128         1   405         5   263           4         –         –        1         2            1    –       –       –         –
382      Measuring and controlling devices                         1 987        23   064        87   009          65        28         6       10        12            4    3       2       –         –
3823        Process control instruments                              157         1   456         4   994          11         4         2        2         3            –    –       –       –         –
3825        Instruments to measure electricity                       385         3   094        14   062          13         5         –        2         3            2    1       –       –         –
3826        Analytical instruments                                   733        11   154        38   541          19         7         2        3         4            –    2       1       –         –
3827        Optical instruments and lenses                           527         6   138        23   772           5         2         –        –         1            1    –       1       –         –
3829        Measuring and controlling devices, n.e.c.                114             741         3   336           8         5         1        1         –            1    –       –       –         –
384      Medical instruments and supplies                          2 240        24   852       107   228          37        12         5        4         6            4    4       1       1         –
3841        Surgical and medical instruments                       1 472        19   224        83   979          13         5         1        1         1            1    2       1       1         –
3842        Surgical appliances and supplies                         283         1   507         6   772           9         3         2        2         1            –    1       –       –         –
3845        Electromedical equipment                                 385         3   730        14   782           9         1         1        1         3            2    1       –       –         –
385      Ophthalmic goods                                            115             638         3   230           7         4         1        –         1            1    –       –       –         –
39     Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                      1 529         8 172          38   983         108        52       19        13        18            5     1      –       –         –
394      Toys and sporting goods                                     239         1 528           9   098          18         7        5         –         6            –     –      –       –         –
3949       Sporting and athletic goods, n.e.c.                       149           797           3   526           9         3        2         –         4            –     –      –       –         –
395      Pens, pencils, office, and art supplies                     310         1 336           6   531           9         3        3         1         –            1     1      –       –         –
399      Miscellaneous manufactures                                  794         4 672          20   182          50        23        5         7        11            4     –      –       –         –
3999       Manufacturing industries, n.e.c.                          521         2 917          12   673          28        13        1         3         8            3     –      –       –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                5 164        74 015         310   531          85        16       11        14        17           11    12      2       2         –
           Transportation and public utilities                   39 157        332 985      1 340 249         1 312        576      265       178       153           72    45     14       4         5
41     Local and interurban passenger transit                        (G)            (D)            (D)           54         22       12        10         3            6     –      –       1         –
411      Local and suburban transportation                        1 032          6 151         25 312            32         13        6         5         3            4     –      –       1         –
4111       Local and suburban transit                               184            685          3 190             6          1        1         1         1            2     –      –       –         –
4119       Local passenger transportation, n.e.c.                   848          5 466         22 122            26         12        5         4         2            2     –      –       1         –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                  15 127         97   098       414   086         640       289      121       101        80           29    15      4        –        1
421      Trucking and courier services, except air               13 584         87   941       377   224         531       234       99        88        69           22    15      3        –        1
4222       Refrigerated warehousing and storage                     242          1   885         6   561           9         1        2         2         2            2     –      –        –        –
4225       General warehousing and storage                        1 036          5   429        21   048          81        47       14        10         5            4     –      1        –        –
4226       Special warehousing and storage, n.e.c.                  195          1   383         5   971          13         4        5         1         2            1     –      –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                               Industry                        for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       ALAMEDA Con.
           Transportation and public utilities Con.
44     Water transportation                                        2 247        26   818       125   754          45        12       12         8         4           4     3       1       1         –
441     Deep sea foreign transportation of freight                 1 532        20   440        98   944           6         –        2         –         –           1     1       1       1         –
449     Water transportation services                                618         5   934        25   225          35        12        8         7         4           2     2       –       –         –
4491      Marine cargo handling                                      309         3   455        13   592          14         4        4         2         2           1     1       –       –         –
4492      Towing and tugboat service                                 148         1   296         6   399           5         1        1         1         1           –     1       –       –         –
45     Transportation by air                                       5 666        42 544         180   377          62        23         7        6         7           8     8       1        –        2
451      Air transportation, scheduled                             4 916        39 259         165   067          37        13         3        1         3           7     8       –        –        2
452      Air transportation, nonscheduled                            112           920           5   055           6         3         1        1         –           1     –       –        –        –
458      Airports, flying fields, and services                       638         2 365          10   255          19         7         3        4         4           –     –       1        –        –
47     Transportation services                                     2 117        13   048        55   146         264       149        65       28        17           3     2       –        –        –
472      Passenger transportation arrangement                      1 055         4   456        19   003         180       112        43       16         7           1     1       –        –        –
4724       Travel agencies                                           782         3   283        13   563         156        97        40       13         6           –     –       –        –        –
4725       Tour operators                                            246         1   085         5   078          19        12         3        1         1           1     1       –        –        –
473      Freight transportation arrangement                          757         7   319        30   246          53        20        17        8         6           1     1       –        –        –
48     Communication                                               7 961        83   125       302   199         169        54       33        19        30           16    10      4       2         1
481      Telephone communication                                   6 822        72   990       256   073         117        33       24        15        18           12     8      4       2         1
4812       Radiotelephone communications                             645         4   963        22   931          20         6        2         7         1            3     1      –       –         –
4813       Telephone communications, exc. radio                    6 177        68   027       233   142          97        27       22         8        17            9     7      4       2         1
483      Radio and television broadcasting                           484         4 492          21 444            16         5         1        1         7           1     1       –        –        –
484      Cable and other pay TV services                             549         4 637          19 729            17         4         5        1         3           3     1       –        –        –

49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                        2 976        31 113         126 480            42        13         8        3         9           3     4       1        –        1
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                1 716        31 723         105 131            35        14         7        3         2           3     3       3        –        –

           Wholesale trade                                       50 496        404 054      1 701 173         3 247     1 309       708       590       450      122        54     11       3         –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                           28 060        228 752         950 841        2 107        835      491       405       288           65    17      5       1         –
501      Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                       3 707        28   870       117   795         230        76       57        54        29           11    1       2        –        –
5012      Automobiles and other motor vehicles                     1 372        10   384        42   004          43        15        6         8         8            4    –       2        –        –
5013      Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                     1 956        16   066        65   560         141        46       33        37        17            7    1       –        –        –
5014      Tires and tubes                                            208         1   666         6   977          21         6        6         6         3            –    –       –        –        –
5015      Motor vehicle parts, used                                  171             754         3   254          25         9       12         3         1            –    –       –        –        –
502      Furniture and homefurnishings                             1 135         7 198          33 357           106        41        25       23        14           3      –      –        –        –
5021       Furniture                                                 515         3 338          15 285            50        20        10       10        10           –      –      –        –        –
5023       Homefurnishings                                           620         3 860          18 072            56        21        15       13         4           3      –      –        –        –
503      Lumber and construction materials                         1 235        10   075        41   982         114        37       26        36        13           2      –      –        –        –
5031       Lumber, plywood, and millwork                             435         4   471        18   205          39        13        9        11         6           –      –      –        –        –
5032       Brick, stone, and related materials                       252         2   151         8   428          29         9       11         7         2           –      –      –        –        –
5033       Roofing, siding, and insulation                           310         1   718         7   220          18         –        3        10         4           1      –      –        –        –
5039       Construction materials, n.e.c.                            238         1   735         8   129          28        15        3         8         1           1      –      –        –        –
504      Professional and commercial equipment                     7 371        66 224         266   733         441       188       91        62        76           13    8       2       1         –
5044       Office equipment                                        1 613        13 124          55   442          49        20        4         7        12            1    3       2       –         –
5045       Computers, peripherals and software                     3 883        36 688         142   228         262       118       54        33        45            8    3       –       1         –
5046       Commercial equipment, n.e.c.                              280         2 077           9   154          39        20       10         6         3            –    –       –       –         –
5047       Medical and hospital equipment                          1 053        10 166          41   938          54        16       13        12         8            4    1       –       –         –
5048       Ophthalmic goods                                          129           883           4   089          11         6        1         2         2            –    –       –       –         –
5049       Professional equipment, n.e.c.                            358         2 986          12   449          23         8        8         1         5            –    1       –       –         –
505      Metals and minerals, except petroleum                     1 460        12 403          52 266            87        23        25       19        12           6     2       –        –        –
5051      Metals service centers and offices                       1 448        12 290          51 735            83        20        24       19        12           6     2       –        –        –
506      Electrical goods                                          4 299        37   224       152   831         341       127        82       70        49           10    3       –        –        –
5063       Electrical apparatus and equipment                      1 720        15   341        62   364         147        52        33       37        20            5    –       –        –        –
5064       Electrical appliances, TV and radios                      356         3   731        14   745          20         4         6        4         5            1    –       –        –        –
5065       Electronic parts and equipment                          2 218        18   138        75   288         168        65        43       29        24            4    3       –        –        –
507      Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment                  1 702        14   269        60   700         142        51        38       24        25           4      –      –        –        –
5072      Hardware                                                   831         5   842        26   059          63        24        17        8        10           4      –      –        –        –
5074       Plumbing and hydronic heating supplies                    538         5   213        22   068          47        12        16       12         7           –      –      –        –        –
5075       Warm air heating and air-conditioning                     191         1   992         8   063          17         6         4        2         5           –      –      –        –        –
5078       Refrigeration equipment and supplies                      140         1   209         4   462          14         8         1        2         3           –      –      –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                        4 898        40   779       172   450         446       190      109        85        50           9     3       –        –        –
5082      Construction and mining machinery                          481         4   475        19   071          33        12        7         8         5           –     1       –        –        –
5083      Farm and garden machinery                                  220         1   563         7   359          20         6        6         6         2           –     –       –        –        –
5084      Industrial machinery and equipment                       2 034        18   764        79   433         189        84       40        36        24           5     –       –        –        –
5085      Industrial supplies                                      1 375        10   688        42   744         119        46       34        24        10           4     1       –        –        –
5087      Service establishment equipment                            493         2   960        13   319          46        22       12         6         5           –     1       –        –        –
5088      Transportation equipment and supplies                      276         2   215         9   124          29        12        8         5         4           –     –       –        –        –
509      Miscellaneous durable goods                               2 246        11 668          52   339         193        95        38       32        20           7      –      1        –        –
5091       Sporting and recreational goods                           181           918           4   373          24        15         4        3         1           1      –      –        –        –
5092       Toys and hobby goods and supplies                         210         1 129           5   221          18         9         1        4         3           1      –      –        –        –
5093       Scrap and waste materials                               1 318         6 613          29   259          71        30        11       13        12           4      –      1        –        –
5094       Jewelry and precious stones                               140           623           2   674          23        12         7        2         2           –      –      –        –        –
5099       Durable goods, n.e.c.                                     397         2 385          10   812          57        29        15       10         2           1      –      –        –        –

51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                        20 636        159 612         685 367        1 081        464      206       173       145           51    35      5       2         –
511      Paper and paper products                                  2 808        21   485        94   387         147        59        31       22        24           4     6       1        –        –
5111       Printing and writing paper                                145         1   171         4   986          14         8         3        1         1           1     –       –        –        –
5112       Stationery and office supplies                          1 874        12   474        56   049          83        29        20       12        15           2     4       1        –        –
5113       Industrial and personal service paper                     789         7   840        33   345          49        21         8        9         8           1     2       –        –        –
512      Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries                        1 834        15 796          67 288            54        17         9       13         9           2     2       2        –        –
513      Apparel, piece goods, and notions                           713         4 400          22 508            79        40        15       14         8           2      –      –        –        –
5136       Men’s and boys’ clothing                                  127         1 098           9 432            16         6         5        4         1           –      –      –        –        –
5137       Women’s and children’s clothing                           447         2 465           8 799            39        20         6        6         5           2      –      –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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28     CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                               COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                             Industry                          for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       ALAMEDA Con.
           Wholesale trade     Con.
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods Con.
514     Groceries and related products                             9 520        76   431       320   242         381       140        71       57        63           29    19      –       2         –
5141      Groceries, general line                                  2 506        21   768        87   539          56        21        13        6         4            2     9      –       1         –
5142      Packaged frozen foods                                      602         4   495        18   710          20         7         1        4         4            3     1      –       –         –
5143      Dairy products, exc. dried or canned                       946         6   540        30   114          27        11         3        1         4            5     3      –       –         –
5144      Poultry and poultry products                               172         1   053         5   869          11         4         2        1         4            –     –      –       –         –
5145      Confectionery                                              293         2   240         9   146          12         6         1        1         1            2     1      –       –         –
5146       Fish and seafoods                                           121           722         3   432          13         8         2        –         3            –    –       –       –         –
5147       Meats and meat products                                     446       3   645        14   766          33        10         6       11         5            1    –       –       –         –
5148       Fresh fruits and vegetables                                 471       3   852        15   727          44        22        12        5         2            3    –       –       –         –
5149       Groceries and related products, n.e.c.                  3   960      32   101       134   408         150        36        31       28        36           13    5       –       1         –
516      Chemicals and allied products                                 946       8   313        36   160          93        36        21       19        16            1    –       –       –         –
5162       Plastics materials and basic shapes                         268       2   116        10   522          33        12         9        8         4            –    –       –       –         –
5169       Chemicals and allied products, n.e.c.                       678       6   197        25   638          60        24        12       11        12            1    –       –       –         –
517      Petroleum and petroleum products                              259       1   486         6   132          20         7         4        6         2            1    –       –       –         –
5171       Petroleum bulk stations and terminals                       228       1   137         4   818          13         2         4        4         2            1    –       –       –         –
518      Beer, wine, and distilled beverages                       1   325      11   801        52   502          24         5         4        3         6            3    1       2       –         –
5181       Beer and ale                                                322       1   948         8   449           5         –         1        –         –            3    1       –       –         –
5182       Wine and distilled beverages                            1   003       9   853        44   053          19         5         3        3         6            –    –       2       –         –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                    3   211      19   829        85   821         277       156        50       38        17            9    7       –       –         –
5192       Books, periodicals, and newspapers                          542       3   606        15   758          26         9         7        3         5            1    1       –       –         –
5193       Flowers and florists’ supplies                              531       1   956         9   261          27        12         2        5         5            1    2       –       –         –
5194       Tobacco and tobacco products                                463       3   302        14   079           9         1         2        3         –            1    2       –       –         –
5198       Paints, varnishes, and supplies                             327       2   470         9   429          33        16         6        8         2            1    –       –       –         –
5199       Nondurable goods, n.e.c.                                1   257       7   915        34   707         157       103        25       17         5            5    2       –       –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                1   800      15   690        64   965          59        10        11       12        17            6    2       1       –         –
           Retail trade                                          95 843        404 101      1 674 771         7 066     3 180     1 704     1 064       708      286       105     13       5         1
52     Building materials and garden supplies                      3 314        15   501        69   598         218        72       61        55        14           10    6       –        –        –
521      Lumber and other building materials                       1 467         7   838        38   221          73        25       21        18         2            2    5       –        –        –
523      Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores                          312         1   657         6   820          50        20       18        11         1            –    –       –        –        –
525      Hardware stores                                           1 174         4   649        18   155          58        17       12        13         7            8    1       –        –        –
53     General merchandise stores                                  8 884        29 496         126   991          90        24       11         5        11           4     27      6       2         –
531      Department stores                                         7 170        21 912          94   992          33         3        –         –         –           –     22      6       2         –
533      Variety stores                                              357           938           3   460          21         7        6         1         6           1      –      –       –         –
539      Misc. general merchandise stores                          1 352         6 633          28   470          34        13        4         4         5           3      5      –       –         –
54     Food stores                                               12 286         55 193         239   483         881       442      213       104        38           54    30      –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                          10 139         48 670         209   074         568       275      138        56        16           53    30      –        –        –
542      Meat and fish markets                                      192            745           3   061          52        39        9         4         –            –     –      –        –        –
543      Fruit and vegetable markets                                174            770           3   663          19        10        2         4         3            –     –      –        –        –
544      Candy, nut, and confectionery stores                       132            289           1   264          21        10        8         2         1            –     –      –        –        –
545      Dairy products stores                                      125            262           1   195          14         5        4         4         1            –     –      –        –        –
546      Retail bakeries                                          1 037          2 633          11   764         138        65       36        26        11            –     –      –        –        –
549      Miscellaneous food stores                                  487          1 824           9   393          67        36       16         8         6            1     –      –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                     7 992        50   659       219   231         671       235      200       141        61           31    3       –        –        –
551      New and used car dealers                                  3 558        32   568       141   374          78         7        4         2        33           29    3       –        –        –
552      Used car dealers                                            174         1   174         5   825          41        34        4         1         2            –    –       –        –        –
553      Auto and home supply stores                               1 541         7   773        32   560         185        59       61        54        10            1    –       –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                 2 332         7   303        30   753         316       112      120        72        11            1    –       –        –        –
555      Boat dealers                                                120             501         2   800          14         5        3         4         2            –    –       –        –        –
557      Motorcycle dealers                                          154             785         3   295          16         5        5         4         2            –    –       –        –        –
56     Apparel and accessory stores                                5 070        12 160          52   327         588       216      239        79        49           4     1       –        –        –
561      Men’s and boys’ clothing stores                             504         1 292           5   202          57        11       31        10         5           –     –       –        –        –
562      Women’s clothing stores                                   1 657         3 431          14   432         196        67       78        33        17           1     –       –        –        –
563      Women’s accessory and specialty stores                      185           387           1   868          33        15       15         2         1           –     –       –        –        –
564      Children’s and infants’ wear stores                         198           413           1   607          30        13       13         3         1           –     –       –        –        –
565      Family clothing stores                                    1 441         3 352          14   619          77        20       17        15        21           3     1       –        –        –
566      Shoe stores                                                 865         2 677          11   831         147        61       72        10         4           –     –       –        –        –
569      Misc. apparel and accessory stores                          218           605           2   748          43        24       13         6         –           –     –       –        –        –

57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        4 617        20 273          86 302           593       319      151        83        23           14    3       –        –        –
571      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                      2 078         8   225        34   919         322       176       86        44        12           3     1       –        –        –
5712       Furniture stores                                          853         4   113        16   714         138        83       34        16         3           1     1       –        –        –
5713       Floor covering stores                                     427         1   895         8   908          64        29       19        12         4           –     –       –        –        –
5719       Misc. homefurnishings stores                              753         2   091         8   721         100        47       31        15         5           2     –       –        –        –
572      Household appliance stores                                    267       1 225           5 590            39        26         7        4         1           1      –      –        –        –
573      Radio, television, and computer stores                    2 272        10   823        45   793         232       117       58        35        10           10    2       –        –        –
5731      Radio, TV, and electronic stores                           961         4   803        19   110          92        50       26         6         3            7    –       –        –        –
5734      Computer and software stores                               539         3   729        15   552          58        32       14         9         –            1    2       –        –        –
5735       Record and prerecorded tape stores                        620         1   633         8   283          50        13       13        16         6            2    –       –        –        –
5736       Musical instrument stores                                 152             658         2   833          30        20        5         4         1            –    –       –        –        –

58     Eating and drinking places                                31 209         70 322         298 155        2 292        995      423       359       368      129        18      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                        29 773         67 044         282 596        1 965        750      380       336       354      127        18      –        –        –
5813        Drinking places                                       1 117          2 648          10 325          219        154       38        15        10        2         –      –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                                 Industry                      for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       ALAMEDA Con.
           Retail trade     Con.
59     Miscellaneous retail                                      13 298         50 081         210 429        1 580        827      385       212       123           27    5       1        –        –
591      Drug stores and proprietary stores                        3 263        16 325          67 195           158        37        33       27        42           18    1       –        –        –
592      Liquor stores                                               625         1 730           6 991           177       131       34        12         –            –     –      –        –        –
593      Used merchandise stores                                     712         2 148           9 833            99        45       29        17         8            –     –      –        –        –
594      Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                       5 269        15 980          66   615         637       313      175        96        45           5     2       1        –        –
5941       Sporting goods and bicycle shops                        1 297         4 746          18   782         123        58       24        24        13           2     2       –        –        –
5942       Book stores                                             1 166         2 801          11   091          92        37       34        15         4           1     –       1        –        –
5943       Stationery stores                                         127           341           1   398          25        13        9         2         1           –     –       –        –        –
5944       Jewelry stores                                            560         2 618          10   730         112        62       36        12         2           –     –       –        –        –
5945       Hobby, toy, and game shops                                667         2 001          10   103          62        24       21         6         9           2     –       –        –        –

5946       Camera and photographic supply stores                     223           655           2 728            33        19        7         5         2            –     –      –        –        –
5947       Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                         761         1 789           7 528           138        77       33        23         5            –     –      –        –        –
5949       Sewing, needlework, and piece goods                       435           897           3 747            40        13       10         8         9            –     –      –        –        –
596      Nonstore retailers                                        1 499         7   170        30   728         121        58        21       20        17           3     2       –        –        –
5961      Catalog and mail-order houses                              339         1   553         6   755          31        16         6        6         2           –     1       –        –        –
5962      Merchandising machine operators                            419         2   374        10   138          27        13         4        3         6           –     1       –        –        –
5963      Direct selling establishments                              741         3   243        13   835          63        29        11       11         9           3     –       –        –        –
599      Retail stores, n.e.c.                                     1 925         6   683        28   950         385       241       92        40        11            1     –      –       –         –
5992      Florists                                                   479         1   096         4   493         102        71       17        12         2            –     –      –       –         –
5995      Optical goods stores                                       340         1   573         6   550          67        47       10         6         4            –     –      –       –         –
5999      Miscellaneous retail stores, n.e.c.                      1 043         3   785        16   803         203       116       60        21         5            1     –      –       –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                9 173       100   416       372   255         153        50       21        26        21           13    12      6       3         1

           Finance, insurance, and real estate                   30 666        216 216         900 022        3 118     1 929       529       338       216           75    20      7       4         –
60     Depository institutions                                   10 468         68 689         268 901           455        76      116       129       103           21     5      3       2         –
602      Commercial banks                                          5 808        34 106         132 446           195        11        21       66        75           16    4       2        –        –
603      Savings institutions                                      3 539        28 165         109 751           138         9        59       46        18           2     1       1       2         –
606      Credit unions                                               755         4 503          18 248            78        34        21       14         7           2      –      –        –        –
609      Functions closely related to banking                        366         1 915           8 456            44        22       15         3         3           1      –      –        –        –

61     Nondepository institutions                                  2 056        18 675          89 433           268       152        63       34        12           6     1       –        –        –
614      Personal credit institutions                                802         5 372          25 277            76        35        28        5         4           3     1       –        –        –
615      Business credit institutions                                275         3 637          13 548            28        14         6        6         1           1      –      –        –        –
616      Mortgage bankers and brokers                                978         9 662          50 577           163       102        29       23         7           2      –      –        –        –

62     Security and commodity brokers                              1 134        15 441          65 850           111        77        10        7        13           3      –      1        –        –
621      Security brokers and dealers                                640         9 647          41 739            52        30         5        3        11           3      –      –        –        –

63     Insurance carriers                                          4 701        38 283         165 283           210       102        37       27        18           15    8       2       1         –
631      Life insurance                                              647         5 045          18 785            33         8         4        8        10           3      –      –        –        –
632      Medical service and health insurance                        800         5 845          35 077            18         6         4        3         –           2     2       1        –        –
6324      Hospital and medical service plans                         765         5 368          33 315            14         5         3        1         –           2     2       1        –        –
633      Fire, marine, and casualty insurance                      2 226        18 782          72 985            93        68         5        5         3           5     5       1       1         –
636      Title insurance                                             639         5 711          25 245            42        12        19        5         2           3     1       –        –        –
637      Pension, health, and welfare funds                          353         2 558          11 275            19         6         4        4         3           2      –      –        –        –

64     Insurance agents, brokers, and service                      2 537        20 103          82 911           478       351        68       38        14           6     1       –        –        –

65     Real estate                                                 7 989        37 136         157 470        1 435     1 068       210        90        46           15    5       –       1         –
651      Real estate operators and lessors                         4 278        16 539          69 441           752       586        88       48        21           5     3       –       1         –
653      Real estate agents and managers                           3 125        16 355          69 802           596       429      102        36        18           9     2       –        –        –
654      Title abstract offices                                      163         1 254           5 742            21         8         9        2         2            –     –      –        –        –
655      Subdividers and developers                                  380         2 604          11 161            58        39        11        3         4           1      –      –        –        –
6552       Subdividers and developers, n.e.c.                        200         1 515           6 062            43        31         6        3         3           –      –      –        –        –
6553       Cemetery subdividers and developers                       178         1 076           4 766            10         3         5        –         1           1      –      –        –        –

67     Holding and other investment offices                        1 356        12 777          51 162           144        97        25       10         6           5      –      1        –        –
671      Holding offices                                             719         8 719          33 524            26        14         4        2         2           3      –      1        –        –
673      Trusts                                                      435         2 717          12 192            79        60        10        4         3           2      –      –        –        –
6732       Educational, religious, etc. trusts                       205           865           3 718            39        29         6        1         2           1      –      –        –        –
6733       Trusts, n.e.c.                                            230         1 852           8 474            40        31         4        3         1           1      –      –        –        –
679      Miscellaneous investing                                     196         1 319           5 349            34        18       11         4         1           –      –      –        –        –
6799       Investors, n.e.c.                                         111           559           2 444            24        15        8         –         1           –      –      –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                  425         5 112          19 012            17         6        –         3         4           4      –      –        –        –

           Services                                             175 302     1 160 432       5 004 535        12 925     7 568     2 452     1 395       933      320       170     59      16        12
70     Hotels and other lodging places                             4 083        12 379          54 611           180        79        32       25        22           13    7       2        –        –
701      Hotels and motels                                         3 812        11 797          52 032           122        42        16       22        20           13    7       2        –        –
702      Rooming and boarding houses                                 101              93             301          22        13         8        1         –            –     –      –        –        –
704      Membership-basis organization hotels                        141             391         1 550            25        14         8        1         2            –     –      –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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30     CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                               COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                             Industry                          for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       ALAMEDA Con.
           Services Con.
72     Personal services                                           6 681        20 783          82   394         946       610      176       113        34           5     5       3        –        –
721      Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                   2 809        10 486          42   989         320       207       57        35        12           3     5       1        –        –
7211       Power laundries, family and commercial                    193           667           2   855          18         7        5         5         –           1     –       –        –        –
7213       Linen supply                                              173           852           3   438           8         5        1         1         –           –     1       –        –        –
7215       Coin-operated laundries and cleaning                      393         2 007           7   476          54        40        9         3         –           1     1       –        –        –
7216       Drycleaning plants, except rug                            700         2 015           8   020         133        85       28        15         5           –     –       –        –        –
7217       Carpet and upholstery cleaning                            435         1 843           7   317          38        22        7         6         2           –     1       –        –        –
7218       Industrial launderers                                     634         2 435          10   837           7         –        1         1         1           1     2       1        –        –
7219       Laundry and garment services, n.e.c.                      214           524           2   300          24        15        1         4         4           –     –       –        –        –
722      Photographic studios, portrait                              450           810           3   858          54        25        9        15         4           1     –       –        –        –
723      Beauty shops                                              1 545         4 424          17   586         351       235       65        45         6           –     –       –        –        –
726      Funeral service and crematories                             282         1 425           5   901          29         8       11         5         5           –     –       –        –        –
729      Miscellaneous personal services                           1 468         3 292          10   651         145        97       28        10         7           1     –       2        –        –
7291       Tax return preparation services                           911         1 548           3   988          56        45        6         2         1           –     –       2        –        –
7299       Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c.                   557         1 744           6   663          89        52       22         8         6           1     –       –        –        –
73     Business services                                         43 027        241   271    1 098    390      2 160     1 180       339       235       219           96    59     26       5         1
731      Advertising                                              1 085          5   282       22    221         63        35        11         9         3            4     –      1       –         –
7311       Advertising agencies                                     179          1   354        5    807         40        29         7         3         1            –     –      –       –         –
7312       Outdoor advertising services                             228          2   110        8    802          8         1         2         3         –            2     –      –       –         –
7313       Radio, TV, publisher representatives                     111              760        3    414          7         4         –         1         1            1     –      –       –         –
7319       Advertising, n.e.c.                                      567          1   058        4    159          7         –         2         2         1            1     –      1       –         –
732      Credit reporting and collection                          1 024          5   117       26    018         42        14         3        11        10            2     1      1       –         –
7322       Adjustment and collection services                       844          4   068       20    838         33        12         2         8         8            1     1      1       –         –
7323       Credit reporting services                                180          1   049        5    180          9         2         1         3         2            1     –      –       –         –
733      Mailing, reproduction, stenographic                      1 846          8   657       39    146        214       128        46        21        14            3     1      1       –         –
7331       Direct mail advertising services                         626          3   056       14    512         17        10         –         3         1            1     1      1       –         –
7334       Photocopying and duplicating services                    732          2   780       10    949         70        24        20        15        10            1     –      –       –         –
7336       Commercial art and graphic design                        302          1   861        9    241         73        52        18         1         1            1     –      –       –         –
7338       Secretarial and court reporting                          128              646        3    016         41        33         6         1         1            –     –      –       –         –
734      Services to buildings                                    3 769         14   195       61    440        348       208        63        46        20            5     4      2       –         –
7342       Disinfecting and pest control services                   384          2   269       10    693         45        20        10        10         5            –     –      –       –         –
7349       Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                  3 381         11   922       50    484        298       183        53        36        15            5     4      2       –         –
735      Misc. equipment rental and leasing                       1 183          7   954       34    055        123        55        28        24        14            1     1      –       –         –
7352       Medical equipment rental                                 143          1   046        3    322          8         1         1         3         3            –     –      –       –         –
7353       Heavy construction equipment rental                      236          1   577        7    399         32        16         7         7         2            –     –      –       –         –
7359       Equipment rental and leasing, n.e.c.                     804          5   331       23    334         83        38        20        14         9            1     1      –       –         –
736      Personnel supply services                               14 670         51   641      277    999        206        59        12        17        38           39    25     13       3         –
7361       Employment agencies                                    1 129          2   791       12    657         58        36         6         6         4            4     1      1       –         –
7363       Help supply services                                  13 519         48   729      264    961        146        22         6        11        33           35    24     12       3         –
737      Computer and data processing services                   10 410        112   661      487    438        687       416        99        58        74           23    12      3       1         1
7371       Computer programming services                          2 419         26   364      123    922        259       185        33        12        17            8     3      1       –         –
7372       Prepackaged software                                   3 455         40   029      168    912        104        43        13        14        24            5     3      1       –         1
7373       Computer integrated systems design                     1 392         18   342       74    218         57        25         9         7        12            2     1      –       1         –
7374       Data processing and preparation                          899          6   895       27    417         51        20        15         5         7            2     2      –       –         –
7376       Computer facilities management                           135          1   251        4    786          8         2         2         1         2            1     –      –       –         –
7377       Computer rental and leasing                               104         1   183         4   658          10         4         1        3         2            –     –      –       –         –
7378       Computer maintenance and repair                           688         6   394        26   003          46        21         8        8         6            2     1      –       –         –
7379       Computer related services, n.e.c.                         988         8   234        40   585         128        95        17        7         4            3     2      –       –         –
738      Miscellaneous business services                           9 010        35   560       148   409         459       250        74       49        46           19    15      5       1         –
7381       Detective and armored car services                      4 808        16   109        63   864          77        27         9        7         9            8    12      4       1         –
7382       Security systems services                                 295         2   140         9   334          14         5         2        3         2            2     –      –       –         –
7384       Photofinishing laboratories                               416         1   807         6   770          51        36         8        3         2            1     1      –       –         –
7389       Business services, n.e.c.                               3 451        15   458        68   121         312       180        54       34        33            8     2      1       –         –
75     Auto repair, services, and parking                          6 114        30   939       135   200      1 078        707      224       108        30           8      –      1        –        –
751      Automotive rentals, no drivers                            1 224         7   037        32   890         60         25       16         8         7           3      –      1        –        –
7513       Truck rental and leasing, no drivers                      184         1   297         5   541         22          7       10         4         1           –      –      –        –        –
7514       Passenger car rental                                      922         4   924        23   294         30         16        4         2         4           3      –      1        –        –
752      Automobile parking                                          582         1   554         6   702        100         70       12        10         7           1      –      –        –        –
753      Automotive repair shops                                   3 426        19   309        81   564        786        531      179        65         8           3      –      –        –        –
7532       Top and body repair and paint shops                     1 209         7   585        31   351        224        121       65        34         4           –      –      –        –        –
7534       Tire retreading and repair shops                          106             605         2   615         12          5        4         2         1           –      –      –        –        –
7536       Automotive glass replacement shops                        142             869         3   905         25         11       10         4         –           –      –      –        –        –
7537       Automotive transmission repair shops                      172             631         2   809         33         23        8         1         –           1      –      –        –        –
7538       General automotive repair shops                         1 487         7   889        33   394        416        322       69        20         3           2      –      –        –        –
7539       Automotive repair shops, n.e.c.                           221         1   185         5   048         54         34       17         3         –           –      –      –        –        –
754      Automotive services, except repair                          882         3   039        14   044        132         81       17        25         8           1      –      –        –        –
7542       Carwashes                                                 399             863         4   381         57         38        7         6         5           1      –      –        –        –
7549       Automotive services, n.e.c.                               483         2   176         9   659         74         42       10        19         3           –      –      –        –        –
76     Miscellaneous repair services                               2 786        18 065          74   468         362       226        69       36        21           8     2       –        –        –
762      Electrical repair shops                                     971         6 831          27   817         100        57        22        9         7           4     1       –        –        –
7622       Radio and television repair                               173         1 013           4   341          26        19         4        2         –           1     –       –        –        –
7629       Electrical repair shops, n.e.c.                           744         5 291          21   062          64        33        15        5         7           3     1       –        –        –
764      Reupholstery and furniture repair                           153           636           3   036          37        25         8        4         –           –     –       –        –        –
769      Miscellaneous repair shops                                1 637        10 502          43   229         215       134        39       23        14           4     1       –        –        –
7694       Armature rewinding shops                                  111         1 058           4   280           8         3         1        2         2           –     –       –        –        –
7699       Repair services, n.e.c.                                 1 460         9 157          37   667         190       118        36       19        12           4     1       –        –        –
78     Motion pictures                                             1 632         4   527        20   540         168        79       36        27        23           3      –      –        –        –
781      Motion picture production and services                      195         1   512         7   346          30        21        5         2         1           1      –      –        –        –
7812       Motion picture and video production                       166         1   398         6   739          21        15        2         2         1           1      –      –        –        –
783      Motion picture theaters                                     775         1   185         5   478          32         3        2         9        16           2      –      –        –        –
784      Video tape rental                                           591         1   347         5   771          96        50       27        14         5           –      –      –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                               Industry                        for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       ALAMEDA Con.
           Services Con.
79     Amusement and recreation services                           6 447        34 321         140 109           373       189        63       44        50           17    6       4        –        –
791     Dance studios, schools, and halls                            114           159             663            21        13         3        4         1            –    –       –        –        –
792     Producers, orchestras, entertainers                          838         2 270          10 509            74        49        14        3         5            1    2       –        –        –
7922      Theatrical producers and services                          328         1 465           7 261            28        15         9        –         3            –    1       –        –        –
7929      Entertainers and entertainment groups                      510           805           3 248            46        34         5        3         2            1    1       –        –        –
793     Bowling centers                                              391         1 068           4 617            13         2         –        1         8            2    –       –        –        –
794     Commercial sports                                          1 227        19 448          77 324            28        16         8        –         –            1    –       3        –        –
799     Misc. amusement, recreation services                       3 877        11 376          46 996           237       109        38       36        36           13    4       1        –        –
7991      Physical fitness facilities                              1 536         3 677          13 903            63        20        11       10        12            8    2       –        –        –
7992      Public golf courses                                        215           674           2 927             6         –         –        3         2            –    1       –        –        –
7993      Coin-operated amusement devices                            142           560           2 040            18         7         6        3         2            –    –       –        –        –
7997      Membership sports and recreation clubs                     953         2 922          13 375            57        28         8        7         8            5    1       –        –        –
7999      Amusement and recreation, n.e.c.                           996         3 466          14 280            89        52        13       12        11            –    –       1        –        –
80     Health services                                           46 394        392 990      1 636    884      2 780     1 659       635       250       129           53    31      7       7         9
801      Offices and clinics of medical doctors                  10 330        124 315        546    792      1 087       704       235        80        53            7     2      4       –         2
802      Offices and clinics of dentists                          4 428         24 506        109    415        734       352       266        99        14            2     1      –       –         –
804      Offices of other health practitioners                    1 780          7 630         33    554        564       450        81        26         7            –     –      –       –         –
8041       Offices and clinics of chiropractors                     576          2 019          8    794        189       156        21        11         1            –     –      –       –         –
8042       Offices and clinics of optometrists                      372          1 466          6    563         92        65        22         3         2            –     –      –       –         –
8043       Offices and clinics of podiatrists                       119            648          3    004         43        33         9         1         –            –     –      –       –         –
8049       Offices of health practitioners, n.e.c.                  713          3 497         15    193        240       196        29        11         4            –     –      –       –         –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                      6 015        26 463         108 041            96        14         5        6        18           30    23      –        –        –
806      Hospitals                                               19 303        179 421         707 685            23         2         1         –        1           3     2       1       6         7
807      Medical and dental laboratories                           1 261        11 631          49 697           116        75        15       13         8           3     1       1        –        –
8071      Medical laboratories                                       898         9 723          41 771            66        41        10        7         4           2     1       1        –        –
8072      Dental laboratories                                        363         1 908           7 926            50        34         5        6         4           1     –       –        –        –
808      Home health care services                                 1 502         7 916          34 846            30         9         2        6         6           4     2       –       1         –
809      Health and allied services, n.e.c.                        1 749        10 982          45 873           118        42        29       20        22           4      –      1        –        –

81     Legal services                                              4 551        44 002         227 539           791       596      110        46        27           8     3       1        –        –

82     Educational services                                        8 194        32 914         135 482           354       147        55       63        51           22    11      4       1         –
821      Elementary and secondary schools                          3 364        13 216          52 437           109        20        11       31        27           13    6       1        –        –
822      Colleges and universities                                 3 262        12 277          50 364            46        10         5        7         8           9     3       3       1         –
824      Vocational schools                                          681         4 219          18 263            51        24        11        8         6            –    2       –        –        –
829      Schools and educational services, n.e.c.                    867         3 105          14 027           144        90        28       16        10            –     –      –        –        –

83     Social services                                           11 662         46 072         194 693        1 074        531      228       178       105           22    8       2        –        –
832      Individual and family services                            2 767        11 806          48 822           258       124        46       57        23           6     2       –        –        –
833      Job training and related services                           930         3 888          17 926            60        22        12       14         8           3     1       –        –        –
835      Child day care services                                   2 618         7 696          32 436           379       202      100        47        27           3      –      –        –        –
836      Residential care                                          3 797        13 335          56 863           235        98        47       41        36           7     5       1        –        –
839      Social services, n.e.c.                                   1 530         9 316          38 453           121        66        21       19        11           3      –      1        –        –

84     Museums, botanical, zoological gardens                        173             484         2 171            10         6         –        1         2            –    1       –        –        –

86     Membership organizations                                    9 501        37 040         150 895           882       487      182       106        72           22    11      2        –        –
861      Business associations                                       625         4 394          18 337            66        40        14        7         2           2     1       –        –        –
862      Professional organizations                                  169         1 190           5 165            37        25         9        2         1            –     –      –        –        –
863      Labor organizations                                       1 181         8 587          35 509           110        50        28       20         6           5     1       –        –        –
864      Civic and social associations                             1 750         5 211          21 371           196       132        27       16        15           3     3       –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                   5 034        13 849          55 787           420       210        96       55        43           10    4       2        –        –
869      Membership organizations, n.e.c.                            738         3 793          14 634            45        22         8        6         5           2     2       –        –        –

87     Engineering and management services                       17 030        154 382         658 136        1 577        984      271       141       120           36    20      3       1         1
871      Engineering and architectural services                    6 664        67 043         275   535         545       296      126        56        46           12    6       2       1         –
8711       Engineering services                                    5 676        58 966         239   422         357       175       82        41        40           10    6       2       1         –
8712       Architectural services                                    870         6 977          30   258         160       103       38        12         5            2    –       –       –         –
8713       Surveying services                                        110           969           5   010          21        12        5         3         1            –    –       –       –         –
872      Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                     2 149        13 444          56 571           413       314        54       24        15           4     2       –        –        –
873      Research and testing services                             4 308        44   383       187   722         180        75       37        25        24           11    6       1        –        1
8731      Commercial physical research                             2 560        31   328       130   641          73        32       13         9        11            2    4       1        –        1
8732      Commercial nonphysical research                            622         3   919        18   060          39        17        7         7         5            2    1       –        –        –
8733       Noncommercial research organizations                      408         3   150        12   895          28        12        7         4         2            3    –       –        –        –
8734      Testing laboratories                                       718         5   986        26   126          40        14       10         5         6            4    1       –        –        –
874      Management and public relations                           3 897        29   409       137   572         438       299        54       35        35           9     6       –        –        –
8741      Management services                                      1 332         9   336        41   324          87        48        10       14         8           4     3       –        –        –
8742      Management consulting services                           1 637        13   387        65   098         203       143        23       14        17           4     2       –        –        –
8744      Facilities support services                                168         1   434         6   375           8         1         2        1         4           –     –       –        –        –
8748      Business consulting, n.e.c.                                720         4   990        23   190         117        86        17        6         6           1     1       –        –        –

89     Services, n.e.c.                                              897         7 535          33 678           110        70       18         9        11           2     –       –       –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                6 130        82 728         359 345            80        18       14        13        17           5     6       4       2         1

           Unclassified establishments                               331             679         4 970           298       276       15         6         1            –     –      –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                       Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                     number
                                 Industry                      for week                                           of                                                       100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                  establish-      1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual         ments           4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       ALPINE

                Total                                              1 060         3 461           8 348           43         30         5        4         1           1      –      1       1         –

           Construction                                               (A)           (D)             (D)          11         10         1         –        –            –     –      –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                        (A)           (D)             (D)           2          2         –         –        –            –     –      –        –        –
           Retail trade                                               52             93             282           8          5         1        1         1            –     –      –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                        (A)           (D)             (D)           2          2         –         –        –            –     –      –        –        –
           Services                                                  984         3 302           7 565           20         11         3        3         –           1      –      1       1         –
70     Hotels and other lodging places                               646         2 135           5 094            9          5         1        1         –           1      –      –       1         –
701      Hotels and motels                                           641         2 125           5 055            6          2         1        1         –           1      –      –       1         –

79     Amusement and recreation services                              (E)           (D)             (D)           3          1         1         –        –            –     –      1        –        –


       AMADOR

                Total                                              6 587        27 343         123 500          820        507      165        82        44           16    4       2        –        –

           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               59            162             776          15         10         3        2         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Mining                                                     68            520          2 462            6          4         1         –        –           1      –      –        –        –
           Construction                                              307            968          5 061           99         80       13         4         2            –     –      –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                    114            291          1 253           45         39         5         –        1            –     –      –        –        –
151      General building contractors                                114            291          1 250           44         38         5         –        1            –     –      –        –        –

17     Special trade contractors                                     144            429          1 934           47         37         6        4         –            –     –      –        –        –

           Manufacturing                                           1 030         5 637          27 780           64         30        12       12         6           2     1       1        –        –
24     Lumber and wood products                                      549         3 254          16 739           15          5         5        2         –           1     1       1        –        –

           Transportation and public utilities                       478         3 565          15 643           37         22         3        3         6           3      –      –        –        –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                       (C)           (D)             (D)          18         13         1        2         2            –     –      –        –        –

48     Communication                                                  (C)           (D)             (D)           4          1         1         –        1           1      –      –        –        –

49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                           (C)           (D)             (D)           8          4         –         –        2           2      –      –        –        –

           Wholesale trade                                           266         1 521           7 400           35         17       13         3         1           1      –      –        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                               195         1 118           5 726           22         10         8        2         1           1      –      –        –        –

           Retail trade                                            2 001         5 498          24 024          242        135        55       29        18           4     1       –        –        –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        106            353          1 551           23         16         4        1         2            –     –      –        –        –

53     General merchandise stores                                     (C)           (D)             (D)           3          1         –        1         –            –     1      –        –        –

54     Food stores                                                   369         1 609           7 015           23         10         3        6         2           2      –      –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              350         1 568           6 812           16          4         2        6         2           2      –      –        –        –

55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       213            913          4 195           29         13         9        5         2            –     –      –        –        –

58     Eating and drinking places                                    807         1 251           5 318           77         34       18        13        10           2      –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            682         1 039           4 453           64         22       18        13        10           1      –      –        –        –
5813        Drinking places                                          122           210             856           10          9        –         –         –           1      –      –        –        –

59     Miscellaneous retail                                          206            736          3 020           48         33       13         1         1            –     –      –        –        –

           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       471         2 056           8 170           69         39       19         6         4           1      –      –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       172            777          3 114           17          5         8        1         3            –     –      –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                            136            607          2 408           10          2         4        1         3            –     –      –        –        –

63     Insurance carriers                                            127            687          2 674            5          3         –         –        1           1      –      –        –        –

65     Real estate                                                   100            290             986          26         16         8        2         –            –     –      –        –        –

           Services                                                1 907         7 416          32 165          250        167        46       23         7           4     2       1        –        –
70     Hotels and other lodging places                               329            695          2 662           23          9         4        7         1           1     1       –        –        –
701      Hotels and motels                                           232            440          1 274           15          6         2        5         1            –    1       –        –        –

79     Amusement and recreation services                             133            292          1 536            5          2         –        1         1           1      –      –        –        –

80     Health services                                               793         4 510          19 444           57         31        15        7         1           1     1       1        –        –
801      Offices and clinics of medical doctors                      103            602          2 817           23         14         6        3         –            –     –      –        –        –

83     Social services                                               166            343          1 512           20         11         4        2         2           1      –      –        –        –

86     Membership organizations                                      107            218             892          25         19         5         –        1            –     –      –        –        –

87     Engineering and management services                           111            555          2 627           33         25         6        2         –            –     –      –        –        –

           Unclassified establishments                                  –             –              19           3          3         –         –        –            –     –      –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                       Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                     number
                                Industry                       for week                                           of                                                       100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                  establish-      1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual         ments           4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       BUTTE

                Total                                            44 687        187 923         837 707       4 587      2 623       945       546       347           74    43      6       2         1

           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              696         1 733          10 120          111         66        25       13         6           1      –      –        –        –
07     Agricultural services                                         679         1 686           9 667          107         65       22        13         6           1      –      –        –        –
072      Crop services                                               121            421          3 440           12          5         2        3         2            –     –      –        –        –
074      Veterinary services                                         165            551          2 685           21          9         4        7         1            –     –      –        –        –
078      Landscape and horticultural services                        262            454          2 637           58         40       13         2         3            –     –      –        –        –

           Mining                                                     (B)           (D)             (D)           6          3         1        2         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Construction                                            2 192         8 726          46 663          549        401        96       37        14           1      –      –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                    608         2 400          11 490          205        161        33        9         2            –     –      –        –        –
151      General building contractors                                509         1 953           9 428          179        144       28         5         2            –     –      –        –        –

16     Heavy construction, except building                           214            958          6 199           32         18         9        2         3            –     –      –        –        –
162      Heavy construction, except highway                          147            709          4 325           25         14         8        1         2            –     –      –        –        –

17     Special trade contractors                                   1 370         5 368          28 974          312        222        54       26         9           1      –      –        –        –
171      Plumbing, heating, air-conditioning                         246         1 265           5 465           49         31       11         4         3            –     –      –        –        –
173      Electrical work                                             152            746          3 312           40         27         9        3         1            –     –      –        –        –
174      Masonry, stonework, and plastering                          212            712          4 143           56         45         6        3         2            –     –      –        –        –
1742      Plastering, drywall, and insulation                        137            444          2 853           32         24         4        3         1            –     –      –        –        –
175      Carpentry and floor work                                    195         1 022           7 051           31         21         5        4         –           1      –      –        –        –
1751       Carpentry work                                            188         1 008           6 988           25         15         5        4         –           1      –      –        –        –
176      Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                       122            300          1 834           20         12         3        4         1            –     –      –        –        –
179      Misc. special trade contractors                             249            812          4 010           46         28       11         5         2            –     –      –        –        –
1799       Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                         138            473          2 251           34         23        9         1         1            –     –      –        –        –

           Manufacturing                                           5 173        25 152         121 576          261        118        48       32        37           14    11      1        –        –
20     Food and kindred products                                   1 006         4 537          31 219           22          4         6        2         3           3     4       –        –        –
203      Preserved fruits and vegetables                             583         3 048          23 007            9          2         2         –        1           1     3       –        –        –
2033       Canned fruits and vegetables                              563         2 977          22 588            5          –         –         –        1           1     3       –        –        –
205      Bakery products                                             183            462          1 895            5          –         2        1         1            –    1       –        –        –

23     Apparel and other textile products                            114            344          1 036           11          6         –        3         2            –     –      –        –        –

24     Lumber and wood products                                      992         4 404          21 679           53         31         4        6         5           6     1       –        –        –
241      Logging                                                     214            402          3 815           25         19         1        1         3           1      –      –        –        –
243      Millwork, plywood and structural members                    216         1 052           5 721           16          7         3        4         –           2      –      –        –        –
2431       Millwork                                                  178           895           5 058            6          –         1        3         –           2      –      –        –        –
249      Miscellaneous wood products                                 418         2 110           8 511            6          2         –         –        1           2     1       –        –        –

25     Furniture and fixtures                                        258         1 171           5 133           11          4         2        2         1           1     1       –        –        –

27     Printing and publishing                                       671         2 518          10 692           46         25         9        2         7           1     2       –        –        –
271      Newspapers                                                  426         1 662           6 951            7          1         –        1         2           1     2       –        –        –
275      Commercial printing                                         137            468          2 083           25         15         7        1         2            –     –      –        –        –
2752       Commercial printing, lithographic                         121            431          1 923           19         10         6        1         2            –     –      –        –        –

30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    143            696          3 242            7          3         –        3         –            –    1       –        –        –
3089      Plastics products, n.e.c.                                  132            650          3 022            5          2         –        2         –            –    1       –        –        –

32     Stone, clay, and glass products                               166            766          3 761           14          7         3        1         2           1      –      –        –        –

35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            432         2 440          10 933           38         13        12        3        10            –     –      –        –        –
352      Farm and garden machinery                                   138            612          2 809            9          1         3        2         3            –     –      –        –        –
3523       Farm machinery and equipment                              138            612          2 809            9          1         3        2         3            –     –      –        –        –

36     Electronic and other electronic equipment                     244         1 605           7 172            8          4         2        1         –            –    1       –        –        –

37     Transportation equipment                                      461         2 925          10 014            6          2         –        2         1            –     –      1        –        –

38     Instruments and related products                              134            787          3 901            6          3         –        1         1           1      –      –        –        –

39     Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                        273         1 366           6 143           14          6         2        3         2            –    1       –        –        –
394      Toys and sporting goods                                     215         1 190           5 373            5          –         1        2         1            –    1       –        –        –
3949       Sporting and athletic goods, n.e.c.                       215         1 190           5 373            5          –         1        2         1            –    1       –        –        –

           Transportation and public utilities                     1 858        10 230          41 374          142         66        30       14        25           4     3       –        –        –
41     Local and interurban passenger transit                         (E)           (D)             (D)           9          2         –        3         2           1      1      –        –        –

42     Trucking and warehousing                                      546         2 394          10 683           70         36        20        4         9           1      –      –        –        –
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                   511         2 239          10 192           55         23        18        4         9           1      –      –        –        –

48     Communication                                                 670         4 989          18 152           22          6         1        4         7           2     2       –        –        –
483      Radio and television broadcasting                           278         1 147           4 638           12          3         –        3         4           2      –      –        –        –

49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                           (C)           (D)             (D)          14          5         3        2         4            –     –      –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                         Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                       number
                                 Industry                      for week                                             of                                                     100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                    establish-    1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual           ments         4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       BUTTE Con.
           Wholesale trade                                         2 359        18 656          78 378            235      112        51       42        27           2      –      1        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                               (G)            (D)               (D)         137       63        32       28        14            –     –      –        –        –
501     Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                          101           440           2   012           17        9         6        1         1            –     –      –        –        –
503     Lumber and construction materials                            171         1 046           4   514           17        8         3        2         4            –     –      –        –        –
504     Professional and commercial equipment                        281         1 324           5   152           26        7         6       10         3            –     –      –        –        –
5044      Office equipment                                           115           568           2   373           10        2         2        5         1            –     –      –        –        –
507     Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment                     107           706           3   480           13        5         4        3         1            –     –      –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                          259         1 388           6 203             28       11         7        7         3            –     –      –        –        –
509      Miscellaneous durable goods                                 108            424          2 219             21       15         3        2         1            –     –      –        –        –

51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                            912        11 535          47 337             97       49        19       14        13           2      –      –        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                              321         2 079           8 707             29       12         6        5         5           1      –      –        –        –
5148       Fresh fruits and vegetables                               108           713           3 016              5        1         1        1         1           1      –      –        –        –
5149       Groceries and related products, n.e.c.                    116           768           3 131             11        3         4        2         2           –      –      –        –        –
518      Beer, wine, and distilled beverages                         107            632          2 728              4        –         –        1         3            –     –      –        –        –
5181       Beer and ale                                              107            632          2 728              4        –         –        1         3            –     –      –        –        –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                      208         1 328           6 378             27       16         5        2         4            –     –      –        –        –
5191       Farm supplies                                             133           875           4 697             17        9         4        2         2            –     –      –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                   (E)           (D)             (D)             1        –         –        –         –            –     –      1        –        –

           Retail trade                                          13 333         38 320         165 664         1 142       498      282       184       138           26    13      1        –        –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        565         2 073           9 630             63       32       17         7         5           2      –      –        –        –
521      Lumber and other building materials                         297         1 264           5 861             21        7         8        2         2           2      –      –        –        –
525      Hardware stores                                             130            312          1 412             15        7         3        3         2            –     –      –        –        –

53     General merchandise stores                                  1 693         4 929          21 380             27        5         4        4         2           3     8       1        –        –
531      Department stores                                         1 329         3 533          15 415             10        –         –         –        –           2     7       1        –        –

54     Food stores                                                 1 875         7 419          32 273            131       56        38       17         9           7     4       –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                            1 678         7 079          30 696             90       33        26       12         8           7     4       –        –        –

55     Automotive dealers and service stations                     1 399         5 861          26 406            142       63        44       20        11           3     1       –        –        –
551      New and used car dealers                                    630         3 515          16 186             13        1         –         –        8           3     1       –        –        –
553      Auto and home supply stores                                 246            949          4 081             40       17       15         7         1            –     –      –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   353            749          3 188             55       21       23        11         –            –     –      –        –        –

56     Apparel and accessory stores                                  582         1 265           5 356             90       39       36        11         4            –     –      –        –        –
562      Women’s clothing stores                                     239            489          2 037             33        9       15         8         1            –     –      –        –        –
565      Family clothing stores                                      119            263          1 176              9        3         2        2         2            –     –      –        –        –

57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          632         2 241           9 333             95       51       26        14         3           1      –      –        –        –
571      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        256         1 072           4 388             46       25       14         6         1            –     –      –        –        –
5712       Furniture stores                                          128           498           1 961             21       11        6         3         1            –     –      –        –        –
573      Radio, television, and computer stores                      283            742          3 201             38       21         9        6         1           1      –      –        –        –
5731      Radio, TV, and electronic stores                           145            453          1 787             19       14         2        2         –           1      –      –        –        –
5735       Record and prerecorded tape stores                        105            213            946             10        1         5        3         1           –      –      –        –        –

58     Eating and drinking places                                  4 766         7 729          32 530            325      105        55       70        86           9      –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                          4 317         7 164          29 814            260       66        48       55        82           9      –      –        –        –
5813        Drinking places                                          367           479           2 167             48       25         7       14         2           –      –      –        –        –

59     Miscellaneous retail                                        1 701         5 793          24 051            261      145        61       40        14           1      –      –        –        –
591      Drug stores and proprietary stores                          555         2 831          11 554             31        6         4       11         9           1      –      –        –        –
592      Liquor stores                                               104            188              737           21       14         6         –        1            –     –      –        –        –
594      Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                         616         1 569           6 770            112       62       30        16         4            –     –      –        –        –
5941       Sporting goods and bicycle shops                          157           473           1 995             29       20        3         6         –            –     –      –        –        –
5945       Hobby, toy, and game shops                                103           214           1 097             11        4        4         1         2            –     –      –        –        –
5947       Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                         125           192             794             27       15        7         5         –            –     –      –        –        –
599      Retail stores, n.e.c.                                       206           538           2 174             55       38       13         4         –            –     –      –        –        –
5999      Miscellaneous retail stores, n.e.c.                        114           283           1 220             26       16        7         3         –            –     –      –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                  120         1 010           4 705              8        2        1         1         4            –     –      –        –        –

           Finance, insurance, and real estate                     2 845        14 551          59 521            401      276        57       31        30           5     2       –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       976         4 993          18 869             65       11        18       14        21           1      –      –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                            752         3 921          14 301             40        5         5       11        18           1      –      –        –        –
603      Savings institutions                                        152            739          3 133             13        –         8        3         2            –     –      –        –        –

61     Nondepository institutions                                    116            883          4 180             27       18         8         –        1            –     –      –        –        –

62     Security and commodity brokers                                103         1 074           4 670             26       20         2        4         –            –     –      –        –        –

63     Insurance carriers                                            375         2 416           9 311             26       18         4        1         2            –    1       –        –        –

64     Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        369         2 493          10 371             84       72         5        5         1            –    1       –        –        –

65     Real estate                                                   878         2 611          11 689            162      128        18        7         5           4      –      –        –        –
651      Real estate operators and lessors                           320            699          3 201             72       59         6        4         2           1      –      –        –        –
653      Real estate agents and managers                             369         1 212           5 341             77       63         9        2         1           2      –      –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                              Industry                         for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       BUTTE Con.
           Services                                              16 177         70 337         313 230        1 716     1 060       355       190        70           21    14      3       2         1
70     Hotels and other lodging places                               285            486          1 692            29        16         5        7         –            –    1       –        –        –
701      Hotels and motels                                           269            447          1 514            22         9         5        7         –            –    1       –        –        –

72     Personal services                                             529         1 576           6 498           110        69       28        10         3            –     –      –        –        –
721      Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                     178            687          2 946            31        17         9        3         2            –     –      –        –        –
723      Beauty shops                                                150            318          1 296            35        22       12         1         –            –     –      –        –        –

73     Business services                                           1 853         6 345          30 156           178       104        32       23        12           3     3       1        –        –
734      Services to buildings                                       284            779          3 508            49        29       10         7         3            –     –      –        –        –
7342       Disinfecting and pest control services                    103            453          2 020            16         8        4         3         1            –     –      –        –        –
7349       Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                     181            326          1 488            33        21        6         4         2            –     –      –        –        –
736      Personnel supply services                                   743         1 790           8 445            13         5         –        2         1           2     2       1        –        –
7363       Help supply services                                      669         1 716           8 158             7         1         –        1         1           1     2       1        –        –
737      Computer and data processing services                       211         1 386           6 868            20        10         5         –        4           1      –      –        –        –
738      Miscellaneous business services                             393         1 511           7 207            49        29         9        6         4            –    1       –        –        –
7389       Business services, n.e.c.                                 182           881           4 338            36        26         4        3         3            –    –       –        –        –

75     Auto repair, services, and parking                            599         2 409          10 760           159       110        38        9         2            –     –      –        –        –
753      Automotive repair shops                                     464         1 994           8 775           133        97       28         7         1            –     –      –        –        –
7532       Top and body repair and paint shops                       109           498           2 136            24        13        8         3         –            –     –      –        –        –
7538       General automotive repair shops                           252         1 079           4 775            76        60       13         2         1            –     –      –        –        –
754      Automotive services, except repair                          123            369          1 794            23        12         8        2         1            –     –      –        –        –

76     Miscellaneous repair services                                 154            567          2 612            46        33         9        4         –            –     –      –        –        –

78     Motion pictures                                               284            508          2 200            34        17         7        6         4            –     –      –        –        –
784      Video tape rental                                           182            335          1 369            26        13         7        4         2            –     –      –        –        –

79     Amusement and recreation services                             797         1 399           6 364            62        28       10        10        11           2     1       –        –        –
799      Misc. amusement, recreation services                        674         1 180           5   348          49        19       10         8        10           1     1       –        –        –
7991       Physical fitness facilities                               317           446           1   830          11         2        2         1         4           1     1       –        –        –
7997       Membership sports and recreation clubs                    139           345           1   563          11         3        3         3         2           –     –       –        –        –
7999       Amusement and recreation, n.e.c.                          168           301           1   381          19         9        3         4         3           –     –       –        –        –

80     Health services                                             7 616        42 770         190 402           502       309      113        45        15           9     7       1       2         1
801      Offices and clinics of medical doctors                    1 276         8 725          41 771           238       152        54       22         7           3      –      –        –        –
802      Offices and clinics of dentists                             500         2 542          11 958           106        63        33        9         1            –     –      –        –        –
804      Offices of other health practitioners                       299         1 222           5 879            89        70       15         2         2            –     –      –        –        –
8049       Offices of health practitioners, n.e.c.                   103           487           2 777            25        19        2         2         2            –     –      –        –        –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                        940         3 031          13 082            16         4         –        4         1           3     4       –        –        –
806      Hospitals                                                 3 928        23 412         100 982             6         –         –         –        –            –    2       1       2         1
807      Medical and dental laboratories                             144         1 039           4 587            19        13         4        1         –           1      –      –        –        –
8071      Medical laboratories                                       112           920           4 105             6         2         2        1         –           1      –      –        –        –
808      Home health care services                                   361         2 097           8 560            10         1         2        3         1           2     1       –        –        –
809      Health and allied services, n.e.c.                          148            572          3 065            12         2         3        4         3            –     –      –        –        –

81     Legal services                                                324         1 844           8 095           108        88       12         8         –            –     –      –        –        –

82     Educational services                                          469         1 595           7 432            21         9         6        3         2            –     –      1        –        –

83     Social services                                             1 507         3 803          16 930           174        95        39       22        12           5     1       –        –        –
832      Individual and family services                              384            897          3 748            33        18         7        2         3           3      –      –        –        –
833      Job training and related services                           220            445          2 541             6         2         1         –        1           1     1       –        –        –
835      Child day care services                                     427            904          3 781            64        36       14        10         3           1      –      –        –        –
836      Residential care                                            407         1 224           5 397            57        30       13        10         4            –     –      –        –        –

86     Membership organizations                                      835         1 998           8 150           141        87       22        25         7            –     –      –        –        –
864      Civic and social associations                               133            314          1 351            33        24         5        3         1            –     –      –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                     579         1 084           4 257            80        43       14        17         6            –     –      –        –        –

87     Engineering and management services                           835         4 500          19 637           137        89        28       15         2           2     1       –        –        –
871      Engineering and architectural services                      332         2 085           9 709            48        29         8        8         2           1      –      –        –        –
8711       Engineering services                                      233         1 646           7 761            27        16         4        4         2           1      –      –        –        –
872      Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                       292         1 855           7 171            65        43       18         3         –           1     –       –        –        –
8741       Management services                                       162           343           1 635            11         7        1         2         –           –     1       –        –        –

           Unclassified establishments                                (A)           (D)              (D)          24        23         –        1         –            –     –      –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                                 Industry                      for week                                            of                                                     100    250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to      to     to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99      249    499      999     more

       CALAVERAS
                Total                                              4 972        18 220          83 423           871       596      153        82        31           5    4        –        –        –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               (C)           (D)              (D)          17        13         2         –        2           –     –       –        –        –
           Mining                                                     (C)           (D)              (D)           3         2         –         –        –           –     1       –        –        –
10     Metal mining                                                   (C)           (D)              (D)           2         1         –         –        –           –     1       –        –        –
           Construction                                              643         2 583          12 963           184       148       27         7         1           –    1        –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                    208           785           3 566            94        78       13         3         –           –    –        –        –        –
151     General building contractors                                 201           747           3 204            87        71       13         3         –           –    –        –        –        –
16     Heavy construction, except building                           200            973          5 348            13        10         1        1         –           –    1        –        –        –
162     Heavy construction, except highway                           188            937          4 510             7         5         –        1         –           –    1        –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                     235            825          4 049            77        60       13         3         1           –     –       –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                             350         1 151           7 380            53        32       11         4         6           –     –       –        –        –
24     Lumber and wood products                                      122           194           2 597            20        14        3         –         3           –     –       –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                       168           787           3   428          29        18         5        5         1           –     –       –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                          118           566           2   270          26        17         6        2         1           –     –       –        –        –
            Retail trade                                           1 666         4 172          18   220         224       126        46       36        12           4     –       –        –        –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        202           707           3   324          20         9         3        6         2           –     –       –        –        –
521      Lumber and other building materials                         128           494           2   385          13         6         1        5         1           –     –       –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                   379         1 195           5 126            30        14         6        3         5           2     –       –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              359         1 158           4 972            23         9         4        3         5           2     –       –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                    587            886          4 030            76        36       18        17         4           1     –       –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            527            794          3 533            57        24       11        17         4           1     –       –        –        –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                          276            697          2 691            48        35         8        4         –           1     –       –        –        –
591      Drug stores and proprietary stores                          157            283          1 195             9         3         2        3         –           1     –       –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       348         1 781           7 213            68        46       12         9         –           1     –       –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       149           763           2 984            11         1        5         4         –           1     –       –        –        –
65     Real estate                                                   105            479          1 944            34        27         4        3         –           –     –       –        –        –
           Services                                                1 420         5 498          25 311           260       187        44       19         8           –    2        –        –        –
70     Hotels and other lodging places                               161           359           1 580            19        12         2        3         2           –    –        –        –        –
701     Hotels and motels                                            143           295           1 324            15        10         –        3         2           –    –        –        –        –
79     Amusement and recreation services                             122            307          1 857            13         6         1        4         2           –     –       –        –        –
80     Health services                                               519         2 766          12 537            46        31         7        4         2           –    2        –        –        –
83     Social services                                               127            429          1 788            21        12         3        5         1           –     –       –        –        –
           Unclassified establishments                                  3             8               39           7         7         –         –        –           –     –       –        –        –


       COLUSA
                Total                                              2 946        13 315          59 283           358       195        76       55        23           6    3        –        –        –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               (B)            (D)           (D)            14         9         3        2         –           –     –       –        –        –
           Construction                                               94            572          2 712            21        14         3        4         –           –     –       –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                             464         3 207          13 349            19         5         1        8         1           3    1        –        –        –
20     Food and kindred products                                     206         1 442           7 139            10         1         –        7         1           1     –       –        –        –
204      Grain mill products                                         133           792           3 534             5         1         –        2         1           1     –       –        –        –
33     Primary metal industries                                       (C)           (D)              (D)           1         –         –         –        –           –     1       –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                       301         2 151           9 744            36        21         5        5         4           1     –       –        –        –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                      159            654          3 661            27        16         5        4         2           –     –       –        –        –
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                   120            482          2 607            18        10         3        3         2           –     –       –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                           310         1 849           8 915            37        15       12         4         6           –     –       –        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                               146            738          3 894            14         7         2        1         4           –     –       –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                            164         1 111           5 021            23         8       10         3         2           –     –       –        –        –
           Retail trade                                              864         2 352          10 152            92        44        16       20        10           2     –       –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                   179            497          2 181            13         3         2        5         3           –     –       –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              179            497          2 181            13         3         2        5         3           –     –       –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       133            493          2 189            24        14         4        6         –           –     –       –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                    426            928          4 114            31        12         4        6         7           2     –       –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            418            910          4 028            26         8         3        6         7           2     –       –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       166            729          2 946            27        12         9        6         –           –     –       –        –        –
           Services                                                  685         2 216           9 727           110        73       27         6         2           –    2        –        –        –
79     Amusement and recreation services                             167            326          1 568            11         5         4        1         –           –    1        –        –        –
80     Health services                                               216         1 109           4 820            22        14         6        1         –           –    1        –        –        –
           Unclassified establishments                                (A)           (D)              (D)           2         2         –         –        –           –     –       –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                                Industry                       for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       CONTRA COSTA
                Total                                           262 842     1 881 678       7 857 260        20 535     11 616    4 048     2 397    1 612       522       238     60      29        13
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               (H)           (D)             (D)          422       270       72        56        20           3     1       –        –        –
07     Agricultural services                                          (H)           (D)             (D)          416       265       71        56        20           3     1       –        –        –
074      Veterinary services                                         645         2 544          11 798            71        20       24        20         7           –     –       –        –        –
075      Animal services, except veterinary                          182           478           2 054            46        32       10         4         –           –     –       –        –        –
078      Landscape and horticultural services                      1 661         5 718          29 381           288       204       36        31        13           3     1       –        –        –
           Mining                                                     (G)            (D)             (D)          13         3         2         –        5            –     1      1        –        1
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                   (G)            (D)             (D)           5         –         1         –        1            –     1      1        –        1
           Construction                                          19 409        136   532       637   388      2 173      1 441      370       197       115           33    9       5       1         2
15     General contractors and operative builders                 6 413         40   988       182   493        827        602      126        61        25            6    3       3       –         1
151     General building contractors                              4 816         30   197       132   874        722        531      116        50        16            5    2       1       –         1
153     Operative builders                                        1 501         10   352        46   955         66         39        7         7         9            1    1       2       –         –
16     Heavy construction, except building                         3 320        31 592         153 291            96        43       14        15        13           8     1       1        –        1
161     Highway and street construction                              631         4 612          29 570            28        14        3         3         4           3     –       1        –        –
162     Heavy construction, except highway                         2 689        26 980         123 721            68        29       11        12         9           5     1       –        –        1
17     Special trade contractors                                   9 594        62   758       296   811      1 247        796      228       121        77           18    5       1       1         –
171      Plumbing, heating, air-conditioning                       1 222         9   079        42   979        199        128       36        20        14            –    1       –       –         –
172      Painting and paper hanging                                  920         4   926        26   260        161        122       24         6         6            2    1       –       –         –
173      Electrical work                                           1 287        10   925        46   858        170        107       33        15        12            2    1       –       –         –
174      Masonry, stonework, and plastering                        1 146         8   501        40   756        174        117       20        23        11            3    –       –       –         –
1741       Masonry and other stonework                               255         2   890        14   574         47         31        5        10         –            1    –       –       –         –
1742       Plastering, drywall, and insulation                       748         4   859        22   791         87         54       10        11        10            2    –       –       –         –
1743       Terrazzo, tile, marble, mosaic work                       143             752         3   389         39         31        5         2         1            –    –       –       –         –
175      Carpentry and floor work                                  1 075         4   653        22   810        142         96       26        12         6            –    1       1       –         –
1751       Carpentry work                                            752         2   963        15   247         68         46        9         8         3            –    1       1       –         –
1752       Floor laying and floor work, n.e.c.                       321         1   681         7   527         73         49       17         4         3            –    –       –       –         –
176      Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                       843         3   551        16   640        106         62       22        12         7            2    1       –       –         –
177      Concrete work                                             1 406         8   824        46   787         84         46       18         8         8            3    –       –       1         –
179      Misc. special trade contractors                           1 611        11   816        51   332        198        113       45        21        13            6    –       –       –         –
1791       Structural steel erection                                 296         1   895         9   240         19          9        3         1         5            1    –       –       –         –
1794       Excavation work                                           193             956         7   538         38         24        7         6         1            –    –       –       –         –
1796       Installing building equipment, n.e.c.                     122         1   324         4   295          8          3        2         1         1            1    –       –       –         –
1799       Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                         864         6   772        26   260        102         57       24        11         6            4    –       –       –         –
           Manufacturing                                         25 220        279 534      1 121    953         782       345      143       102       102           45    28      7       7         3
20     Food and kindred products                                  1 839         12 989         52    711          41        12        6         7        11            2     2      –       1         –
203      Preserved fruits and vegetables                            129            581          2    812           4         –        –         1         3            –     –      –       –         –
205      Bakery products                                            282          2 052          7    584          11         3        1         3         3            –     1      –       –         –
2051       Bread, cake, and related products                        263          1 998          7    291           7         –        1         2         3            –     1      –       –         –
209      Misc. food and kindred products                            320            841          3    471           7         1        2         –         3            –     1      –       –         –
2099       Food preparations, n.e.c.                                293            802          3    280           4         –        1         –         2            –     1      –       –         –
23     Apparel and other textile products                            122             515         2 923            26        19         5         –        2            –     –      –        –        –
239      Misc. fabricated textile products                           114             493         2 792            20        13         5         –        2            –     –      –        –        –
24     Lumber and wood products                                      174             764         3 619            33        22         6        2         3            –     –      –        –        –
25     Furniture and fixtures                                        233         1 354           6 233            24        15         2        5         1            –    1       –        –        –
251      Household furniture                                         166         1 004           3 913            12         8         –        2         1            –    1       –        –        –
26     Paper and allied products                                     529         5 207          22 409             8         1         –        3         1           1     2       –        –        –
27     Printing and publishing                                     2 756        15 606          68   458         189       112        33       22        13           5     3       –       1         –
272      Periodicals                                                 109           938           5   435          11         8         –        1         1           1     –       –       –         –
275      Commercial printing                                         883         5 029          21   359         120        71        24       16         8           –     1       –       –         –
2752        Commercial printing, lithographic                        844         4 787          20   150         108        62        22       15         8           –     1       –       –         –
279      Printing trade services                                     197         1 182           5   858          12         7         2        –         2           1     –       –       –         –
28     Chemicals and allied products                               2 250        28   381       110   147          40         9         6        6         6           8     4       –       1         –
281      Industrial inorganic chemicals                              486         4   774        20   750          15         1         2        3         4           5     –       –       –         –
2813       Industrial gases                                          110         1   074         4   392           5         –         2        1         1           1     –       –       –         –
2819       Industrial inorganic chemicals, n.e.c.                    376         3   700        16   358          10         1         –        2         3           4     –       –       –         –
287      Agricultural chemicals                                      922        14   016        50   038           5         –         –        1         1           1     1       –       1         –
289      Miscellaneous chemical products                             207         2   235         8   910          11         6         4        –         –           –     1       –       –         –
29     Petroleum and coal products                                 4 015        54   231       218   111          18         4         2        2         3           2     1       –       3         1
291      Petroleum refining                                        3 744        51   510       206   876           6         1         –        –         –           –     1       –       3         1
295      Asphalt paving and roofing materials                        153         1   349         5   508           8         3         1        1         2           1     –       –       –         –
2952       Asphalt felts and coatings                                123         1   211         4   789           4         1         –        1         1           1     –       –       –         –
299      Misc. petroleum and coal products                           118         1   372         5   727           4         –         1        1         1           1     –       –       –         –
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    241         1 311           6 070            16         6         1        5         4            –     –      –        –        –
3089      Plastics products, n.e.c.                                  151           630           3 306            10         3         1        4         2            –     –      –        –        –
32     Stone, clay, and glass products                               831         6   843        29   063          34        12         8        3         7           3      –      1        –        –
327      Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products                      314         2   645        12   439          15         4         4        1         4           2      –      –        –        –
3273       Ready-mixed concrete                                      161         1   143         6   857          11         3         3        1         4           –      –      –        –        –
329      Misc. nonmetallic mineral products                          100         1   115         4   550           6         2         1        1         2           –      –      –        –        –
33     Primary metal industries                                    1 160        14 111          56 220            10         1         2        4         2            –     –      –        –        1

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                               Industry                        for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       CONTRA COSTA Con.
           Manufacturing Con.
34     Fabricated metal products                                   1 573        12   724        55   244          76        26        20        9        12           6     3       –        –        –
344      Fabricated structural metal products                        446         3   855        15   837          33        10         9        6         7           1     –       –        –        –
3444       Sheet metalwork                                           191         1   531         6   062          11         1         4        4         1           1     –       –        –        –
347      Metal services, n.e.c.                                      339         3   278        13   088          11         4         3        1         –           2     1       –        –        –
349      Misc. fabricated metal products                             547         4   288        19   029          18         5         4        2         4           1     2       –        –        –
3499       Fabricated metal products, n.e.c.                         180         1   066         4   601          10         2         4        1         2           1     –       –        –        –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            996         7   856        33   791          73        36       22         4         7           2     2       –        –        –
355      Special industry machinery                                  118         1   347         6   449          10         6        2         –         1           1     –       –        –        –
356      General industrial machinery                                148         1   298         5   663           5         1        1         –         2           1     –       –        –        –
357      Computer and office equipment                               476         3   394        13   291          12         5        2         1         2           –     2       –        –        –
3571       Electronic computers                                      207         1   981         7   932           7         3        2         –         1           –     1       –        –        –
3577       Computer peripheral equipment, n.e.c.                     267         1   408         5   331           3         –        –         1         1           –     1       –        –        –
359      Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                                167         1   205         5   514          28        12       13         2         1           –     –       –        –        –
36     Electronic and other electronic equipment                   1 024         9   944        37   444          32        11         4        6         6           3     1       1        –        –
362      Electrical industrial apparatus                             124         1   135         4   554           3         1         –        –         1           1     –       –        –        –
366      Communications equipment                                    181         1   635         7   511           5         1         1        1         1           –     1       –        –        –
367      Electronic components and accessories                       539         5   821        18   466          14         6         2        2         2           1     –       1        –        –
3679       Electronic components, n.e.c.                             420         5   146        15   046           9         4         2        1         1           –     –       1        –        –
37     Transportation equipment                                      416         2 524           9 954            30        11         6        5         5           3      –      –        –        –
373      Ship and boat building and repairing                        295         1 844           6 852            17         7         1        4         2           3      –      –        –        –
3731       Ship building and repairing                               205         1 388           5 073             5         –         –        2         –           3      –      –        –        –
38     Instruments and related products                            2 828        32   307       120   463          52        18         6       11         5           4     4       4        –        –
382      Measuring and controlling devices                         1 682        21   050        74   343          29         6         4        8         3           3     3       2        –        –
3825        Instruments to measure electricity                       318         3   582        13   449           7         1         2        2         –           –     2       –        –        –
3826        Analytical instruments                                   878        13   583        45   040           8         2         1        –         2           1     –       2        –        –
3829        Measuring and controlling devices, n.e.c.                373         2   916        11   737           4         1         –        –         –           2     1       –        –        –
384      Medical instruments and supplies                            950         9   647        39   017          17         9         2        1         2           1     –       2        –        –
39     Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                        266         1 384           7 009            37        21       11         1         3           1     –       –       –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                3 961        71 460         281 965            39         5        3         7        11           5     5       1       1         1
           Transportation and public utilities                   19 423        208 029         760 869           673       359      112        90        67           25    14      2       2         2
41     Local and interurban passenger transit                        533         1 784           7 521            33        17         4        7         2           2     1       –        –        –
411      Local and suburban transportation                           270           810           3 533            23        11         3        6         2           1     –       –        –        –
4111       Local and suburban transit                                179           596           2 621             9         3         1        3         1           1     –       –        –        –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                    2 989        16 962          73   249         287       166        44       41        27           5     4       –        –        –
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                 2 678        15 717          67   881         234       125        41       36        23           5     4       –        –        –
422      Public warehousing and storage                              311         1 245           5   368          53        41         3        5         4           –     –       –        –        –
4225       General warehousing and storage                           224           561           2   140          47        39         2        4         2           –     –       –        –        –
44     Water transportation                                          694         7 410          28 470            45        27         9        2         5           1      –      1        –        –
449      Water transportation services                               307         1 599           7 058            38        24         8        2         3           1      –      –        –        –
4493      Marinas                                                    140           510           2 364            24        17         4        2         1           –      –      –        –        –
45     Transportation by air                                          (C)            (D)             (D)          10         5         –        1         2           1      1      –        –        –
46     Pipelines, except natural gas                                  (C)            (D)             (D)           5         –         –        4         –           1      –      –        –        –
47     Transportation services                                       983         5   226        20   841         164        98       38        19         8           1      –      –        –        –
472      Passenger transportation arrangement                        691         2   968        11   995         133        83       32        15         2           1      –      –        –        –
4724       Travel agencies                                           546         2   031         8   779         118        75       29        12         2           –      –      –        –        –
473      Freight transportation arrangement                          205         1   837         6   961          20        11        3         1         5           –      –      –        –        –
48     Communication                                             10 276        130   474       440   097          82        36         9        8        11           11    3       1       2         1
481      Telephone communication                                  9 773        126   614       421   663          57        24         9        3         8            6    3       1       2         1
4812       Radiotelephone communications                            354          5   283        19   880          15         6         4        2         1            1    1       –       –         –
4813       Telephone communications, exc. radio                   9 419        121   331       401   783          42        18         5        1         7            5    2       1       2         1
484      Cable and other pay TV services                            386          2   860        11   057          13         3         –        3         3            4    –       –       –         –
489      Communication services, n.e.c.                             113              993         5   919           6         3         –        2         –            1    –       –       –         –
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                        3 251        39 235         160 797            37         7         5        8        10           2     4       –        –        1
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                  330         3 653          14 246            10         3         3        –         2           1     1       –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                       14 153        138 821         559 986        1 229        676      254       162        87           26    19      5        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                             7 329        71   644       292   167         775       443      155       111        47           8     8       3        –        –
501     Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                          580         3   893        18   018          92        55       22         9         5           1     –       –        –        –
5012      Automobiles and other motor vehicles                       154         1   496         7   969          24        16        7         –         –           1     –       –        –        –
5013      Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                       268         1   726         7   128          42        24        9         5         4           –     –       –        –        –
5015      Motor vehicle parts, used                                  124             483         2   069          20        12        4         3         1           –     –       –        –        –
502     Furniture and homefurnishings                                346         2   552        10   083          59        38        8        10         3           –     –       –        –        –
5021      Furniture                                                  164         1   400         5   280          30        19        3         7         1           –     –       –        –        –
5023      Homefurnishings                                            182         1   152         4   803          29        19        5         3         2           –     –       –        –        –
503     Lumber and construction materials                            270         2   181         9   679          41        27        5         7         1           1     –       –        –        –
5031      Lumber, plywood, and millwork                              123         1   101         4   675          16        12        1         2         –           1     –       –        –        –
504     Professional and commercial equipment                      2 092        23   493        86   156         149        78       31        22        11           3     3       1        –        –
5044      Office equipment                                           231         1   985         6   432          18         6        3         5         4           –     –       –        –        –
5045      Computers, peripherals and software                      1 045        13   840        54   046          61        31       13         8         4           2     3       –        –        –
5047      Medical and hospital equipment                             213         2   238         9   379          30        18        8         2         1           1     –       –        –        –
5049      Professional equipment, n.e.c.                             464         4   851        13   796          18         9        5         2         1           –     –       1        –        –
505     Metals and minerals, except petroleum                        240         2   269        11   087          26        10        8         5         3           –     –       –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                             Industry                          for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       CONTRA COSTA Con.
           Wholesale trade     Con.
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods Con.
506     Electrical goods                                           1 648        21   192        86   143         113        52        25       20        10           1     4       1        –        –
5063      Electrical apparatus and equipment                         579         9   449        38   990          61        28        15       12         5           –     1       –        –        –
5064      Electrical appliances, TV and radios                       201         1   075         5   127          10         2         6        1         –           –     1       –        –        –
5065      Electronic parts and equipment                             868        10   668        41   966          41        21         4        7         5           1     2       1        –        –
507     Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment                     376         2   950        11   602          52        28        13        7         4           –     –       –        –        –
5072      Hardware                                                   112             860         3   152          19        12         5        1         1           –     –       –        –        –
5074      Plumbing and hydronic heating supplies                     215         1   728         6   876          22         9         5        5         3           –     –       –        –        –
508     Machinery, equipment, and supplies                         1 128         8   040        38   146         162        97        35       24         5           –     –       1        –        –
5084      Industrial machinery and equipment                         386         3   742        15   597          81        50        19       11         1           –     –       –        –        –
5085      Industrial supplies                                        230         2   491        15   205          39        24         7        5         3           –     –       –        –        –
5088      Transportation equipment and supplies                      343             562         2   142           9         4         2        1         1           –     –       1        –        –
509     Miscellaneous durable goods                                  645         5   063        21   181          78        55         8        7         5           2     1       –        –        –
5092      Toys and hobby goods and supplies                          226         2   124         8   895           6         2         1        –         2           –     1       –        –        –
5093      Scrap and waste materials                                  267         1   688         7   259          24        13         4        3         2           2     –       –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                          5 796        54   106       217   060         426       223       95        47        34           16    10      1        –        –
511      Paper and paper products                                    721         6   500        28   513          66        34       15         8         5            4     –      –        –        –
5112       Stationery and office supplies                            402         2   820        10   603          32        15        7         5         3            2     –      –        –        –
5113       Industrial and personal service paper                     265         3   031        14   978          20         9        5         2         2            2     –      –        –        –
512      Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries                          235         2   311        10   320          15         9        3         2         –            –     1      –        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                            1 910        13   068        55   420         138        68       30        16        13            8     3      –        –        –
5141       Groceries, general line                                   340         2   466        10   485          21        12        3         2         2            1     1      –        –        –
5142       Packaged frozen foods                                     380         2   188         9   612          17         6        5         1         2            2     1      –        –        –
5145       Confectionery                                             175         1   589         6   234           8         3        2         1         –            2     –      –        –        –
5148       Fresh fruits and vegetables                               176             779         4   457          15         9        3         1         1            1     –      –        –        –
5149       Groceries and related products, n.e.c.                    661         4   016        17   978          53        27       10         7         6            2     1      –        –        –
516      Chemicals and allied products                               579         7   584        29   782          40        19       10         5         3            2     1      –        –        –
5169       Chemicals and allied products, n.e.c.                     569         7   483        29   388          37        17        9         5         3            2     1      –        –        –
517      Petroleum and petroleum products                            964        13   200        47   517          25         6        4         6         7            –     1      1        –        –
5171       Petroleum bulk stations and terminals                     390         4   012        16   885          19         4        3         6         5            –     1      –        –        –
5172       Petroleum products, n.e.c.                                574         9   188        30   632           6         2        1         –         2            –     –      1        –        –
518      Beer, wine, and distilled beverages                         329         2   998        12   910          12         6        2         –         2            1     1      –        –        –
5181       Beer and ale                                              285         2   621        11   219           6         2        1         –         1            1     1      –        –        –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                      954         7   570        28   370          98        57       24        10         3            1     3      –        –        –
5191       Farm supplies                                             247         2   885        11   813          14         9        3         1         –            –     1      –        –        –
5192       Books, periodicals, and newspapers                        171         1   212         4   700           9         3        1         1         3            1     –      –        –        –
5193       Flowers and florists’ supplies                            188         1   257         2   234          12         5        4         2         –            –     1      –        –        –
5199       Nondurable goods, n.e.c.                                  302         1   942         8   401          52        35       10         6         –            –     1      –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                1 028        13   071        50   759          28        10        4         4         6            2     1      1        –        –
           Retail trade                                          59 210        232 110         950 008        4 205     1 811     1 005       665       477      172        62      9       4         –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                      2 269        10   388        44   551         164        66        38       30        19           10    1       –        –        –
521      Lumber and other building materials                       1 025         5   598        23   811          69        28        18       10         8            4    1       –        –        –
525      Hardware stores                                             762         2   649        11   470          42        13         8        9         7            5    –       –        –        –
526      Retail nurseries and garden stores                          313         1   251         5   477          27        11         7        4         4            1    –       –        –        –
53     General merchandise stores                                  7 856        28 256         118 989            75        10       10         8         6           5     28      7       1         –
531      Department stores                                         6 064        20 469          86 559            29         –        –         –         –           1     20      7       1         –
539      Misc. general merchandise stores                          1 577         7 348          30 599            28         6        4         3         4           3      8      –       –         –
54     Food stores                                                 8 474        38 749         161 466           445       186       89        74        34           41    21      –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                            7 406        36 424         151 310           288       105       59        37        25           41    21      –        –        –
545      Dairy products stores                                       139           124             641            14         7        3         1         3            –     –      –        –        –
546      Retail bakeries                                             584         1 354           5 585            70        29       13        23         5            –     –      –        –        –
549      Miscellaneous food stores                                   208           452           2 158            35        18        7         9         1            –     –      –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                     4 962        31   868       139   108         454       155      148        92        45           13    1       –        –        –
551      New and used car dealers                                  2 200        20   141        89   225          68        11        6         6        31           13    1       –        –        –
553      Auto and home supply stores                                 852         4   581        19   447          99        27       36        31         5            –    –       –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                 1 566         5   324        22   277         235        87       94        48         6            –    –       –        –        –
556      Recreational vehicle dealers                                118             624         2   367          15         5        7         2         1            –    –       –        –        –
56     Apparel and accessory stores                                3 321         8 358          35   813         388       155      136        56        37           4      –      –        –        –
561      Men’s and boys’ clothing stores                             294           914           3   795          41        18       13         9         1           –      –      –        –        –
562      Women’s clothing stores                                   1 162         2 751          11   514         130        56       35        23        14           2      –      –        –        –
563      Women’s accessory and specialty stores                      133           280           1   300          23         9       12         2         –           –      –      –        –        –
564      Children’s and infants’ wear stores                         145           427           1   834          18         5        8         4         1           –      –      –        –        –
565      Family clothing stores                                      943         2 227           9   777          53        12       11        10        18           2      –      –        –        –
566      Shoe stores                                                 504         1 380           5   771          91        36       48         5         2           –      –      –        –        –
569      Misc. apparel and accessory stores                          140           379           1   808          30        17        9         3         1           –      –      –        –        –
57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        2 504        10   842        45   970         369       204       98        38        25           3     1       –        –        –
571      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                      1 531         6   916        28   839         230       129       56        28        15           2     –       –        –        –
5712       Furniture stores                                          689         3   968        16   067          92        47       24        13         7           1     –       –        –        –
5713       Floor covering stores                                     239         1   140         5   248          49        30       14         3         2           –     –       –        –        –
5719       Misc. homefurnishings stores                              558         1   652         6   884          73        40       14        12         6           1     –       –        –        –
573      Radio, television, and computer stores                      917         3 640          15   707         121        62       38         9        10           1     1       –        –        –
5731      Radio, TV, and electronic stores                           351         1 848           7   579          41        23       15         –         1           1     1       –        –        –
5734      Computer and software stores                               128           585           2   460          31        18       10         2         1           –     –       –        –        –
5735       Record and prerecorded tape stores                        358           948           4   439          30         9        8         5         8           –     –       –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                                 Industry                      for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       CONTRA COSTA Con.
           Retail trade     Con.
58     Eating and drinking places                                18 100         38 951         165 779        1 268        520      218       225       222           77    6       –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                        17 432         37 658         159 567        1 113        407      193       215       216           76    6       –        –        –
5813        Drinking places                                         534          1 086           4 133           97         64       19         8         6            –    –       –        –        –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                        8 243        28 942         115   456         977       489      259       135        80           13     –      –       1         –
591      Drug stores and proprietary stores                        2 716        12 674          49   106          99        20       13        24        33            8     –      –       1         –
592      Liquor stores                                               266           819           3   076          70        47       18         4         1            –     –      –       –         –
593      Used merchandise stores                                     285           642           2   990          41        19       10         9         3            –     –      –       –         –
594      Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                       3 135         8 418          34   000         402       185      127        51        34            5     –      –       –         –
5941       Sporting goods and bicycle shops                          839         2 336           9   433          87        43       17        12        13            2     –      –       –         –
5942       Book stores                                               314           689           2   787          50        19       23         6         2            –     –      –       –         –
5943       Stationery stores                                         157           365           1   359          17         7        6         2         1            1     –      –       –         –
5944       Jewelry stores                                            432         1 793           6   922          75        33       33         7         2            –     –      –       –         –
5945       Hobby, toy, and game shops                                397           927           4   188          40        19       12         3         4            2     –      –       –         –
5946      Camera and photographic supply stores                      101           472           1   888          17        13        2         –         2           –     –       –       –         –
5947      Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                          576         1 122           4   597          83        35       28        16         4           –     –       –       –         –
5949      Sewing, needlework, and piece goods                        300           649           2   599          29        14        4         5         6           –     –       –       –         –
596      Nonstore retailers                                          356         1 533           6   143          54        30        9        12         3           –     –       –       –         –
5963      Direct selling establishments                              262         1 242           4   979          39        21        6        10         2           –     –       –       –         –
599      Retail stores, n.e.c.                                     1 453         4 678          19   377         304       184       80        34         6           –     –       –       –         –
5992      Florists                                                   328           821           3   044          73        39       25         9         –           –     –       –       –         –
5995      Optical goods stores                                       190           729           3   144          41        29       10         –         2           –     –       –       –         –
5999      Miscellaneous retail stores, n.e.c.                        896         3 062          12   885         184       112       44        25         3           –     –       –       –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                3 481        35 756         122   876          65        26        9         7         9           6     4       2       2         –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                   34 196        297 524      1 231 943         2 787     1 676       487       283       241           59    24     10       5         2
60     Depository institutions                                   14 110        123 408         485 009           494        98      146       121        96           17    5       5       5         1
602      Commercial banks                                        12 201        111 313         434 467           331        59       76        86        80           15    5       4       5         1
603      Savings institutions                                     1 523         10 012          42 229           107        12       53        25        14            2    –       1       –         –
606      Credit unions                                               323         1 782           6 933            42        19       12         9         2            –     –      –        –        –

61     Nondepository institutions                                  3 195        27 996         137 008           344       183        67       48        38           7     1       –        –        –
614      Personal credit institutions                                490         3 027          12 186            54        30        11        9         2           2      –      –        –        –
615      Business credit institutions                                154         1 387           6 054            23        15         3        2         3            –     –      –        –        –
616      Mortgage bankers and brokers                              2 550        23 562         118 564           265       136        53       37        33           5     1       –        –        –

62     Security and commodity brokers                                935        16 548          61 986           168       127        17        8        14           2      –      –        –        –
621      Security brokers and dealers                                600        12 490          44 095            76        50        11        4         9           2      –      –        –        –
628      Security and commodity services                             332         4 046          17 779            87        72         6        4         5            –     –      –        –        –

63     Insurance carriers                                          6 257        56 730         227 952           213       105        30       21        31           14    8       3        –        1
631      Life insurance                                            3 633        31 828         125 089            56        20         5        7        13           5     2       3        –        1
632      Medical service and health insurance                        521         5 112          20 764             8         1         2        1         1           1     2       –        –        –
633      Fire, marine, and casualty insurance                      1 175        11 470          45 757            87        59         5        5        12           4     2       –        –        –
635      Surety insurance                                            197         1 589           6 661             6         1         –         –        3           2      –      –        –        –
636      Title insurance                                             619         5 737          25 841            40        18        13        3         2           2     2       –        –        –
637      Pension, health, and welfare funds                          112            994          3 840            16         6         5        5         –            –     –      –        –        –

64     Insurance agents, brokers, and service                      2 497        20 469          88 984           435       317        65       29        18           3     3       –        –        –

65     Real estate                                                 6 130        34 770         156 169        1 047        787      155        49        36           12    7       1        –        –
651      Real estate operators and lessors                         1 629         6 060          27 600           410       314        68       17         7           4      –      –        –        –
653      Real estate agents and managers                           3 839        23 159         103 487           551       418        73       27        19           7     6       1        –        –
6552      Subdividers and developers, n.e.c.                         333         3 149          13 945            54        42         5        3         3           –     1       –        –        –
6553      Cemetery subdividers and developers                        164         1 106           5 002            12         4         3        1         3           1     –       –        –        –

67     Holding and other investment offices                          848        15 072          63 975            79        58         7        5         5           3      –      1        –        –
671      Holding offices                                             466        12 391          51 765            14         9         –         –        3           1      –      1        –        –
679      Miscellaneous investing                                     195         2 075           8 802            30        22         2        4         1           1      –      –        –        –
6794       Patent owners and lessors                                 122         1 099           5 279             7         3         –        2         1           1      –      –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                  224         2 531          10 860             7         1         –        2         3           1      –      –        –        –

           Services                                              86 574        540 421      2 371 574         8 074     4 870     1 593       840       498      159        80     21      10         3
70     Hotels and other lodging places                             2 021         6 472          26 697            59        30         9        7         2           3     6       2        –        –
701      Hotels and motels                                         1 982         6 342          25 910            43        16         7        7         2           3     6       2        –        –

72     Personal services                                           3 237         9 435          38 937           604       384      147        53        15           3     2       –        –        –
721      Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                   1 164         3 651          16 331           201       132       49        12         4           3     1       –        –        –
7216       Drycleaning plants, except rug                            512         1 521           6 493            82        44       27         7         3           1     –       –        –        –
7217       Carpet and upholstery cleaning                            106           281           1 668            40        34        4         2         –           –     –       –        –        –
722      Photographic studios, portrait                              207            377          1 535            35        17       10         7         1            –     –      –        –        –
723      Beauty shops                                              1 108         2 943          12 163           219       138        52       22         7            –     –      –        –        –
726      Funeral service and crematories                             119            729          3 038            17         6         6        4         1            –     –      –        –        –
729      Miscellaneous personal services                             550         1 416           4 671           102        64       29         6         2            –    1       –        –        –
7291       Tax return preparation services                           262           557           1 602            38        26       10         –         1            –    1       –        –        –
7299       Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c.                   288           859           3 069            64        38       19         6         1            –    –       –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                   CALIFORNIA 41

Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                              Industry                         for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       CONTRA COSTA Con.
           Services Con.
73     Business services                                         18 819        112   956       504   381      1 372        814      226       148       108           37    28      9       2         –
731      Advertising                                                264          1   868         9   396         42         23       11         5         2            1     –      –       –         –
7311       Advertising agencies                                     241          1   631         8   125         36         20        9         4         2            1     –      –       –         –
732      Credit reporting and collection                            412          2   198         8   822         27          8        5         7         5            2     –      –       –         –
7322       Adjustment and collection services                       190              865         3   726         17          6        3         5         3            –     –      –       –         –
7323       Credit reporting services                                222          1   333         5   096         10          2        2         2         2            2     –      –       –         –
733      Mailing, reproduction, stenographic                        553          2   949        14   750        112         74       20        13         5            –     –      –       –         –
7334       Photocopying and duplicating services                    248          1   145         6   017         29         11        9         6         3            –     –      –       –         –
7336       Commercial art and graphic design                        109              827         4   118         27         21        2         3         1            –     –      –       –         –
7338       Secretarial and court reporting                          116              640         2   681         32         24        5         2         1            –     –      –       –         –
734      Services to buildings                                    2 271          6   942        30   912        211        139       32        21        14            2     1      1       1         –
7342       Disinfecting and pest control services                   189              953         4   728         34         20        8         4         2            –     –      –       –         –
7349       Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                  2 076          5   972        25   839        175        118       23        17        12            2     1      1       1         –
735      Misc. equipment rental and leasing                         598          3   893        15   820         84         44       20        12         7            1     –      –       –         –
7353       Heavy construction equipment rental                      149          1   141         4   638         21         11        4         5         –            1     –      –       –         –
7359       Equipment rental and leasing, n.e.c.                     363          2   212         8   998         56         31       14         6         5            –     –      –       –         –
736      Personnel supply services                                6 962         30   779       136   205        151         45       18        19        27           19    19      3       1         –
7361       Employment agencies                                      548          2   441        10   479         53         31        8         8         4            1     1      –       –         –
7363       Help supply services                                   6 414         28   338       125   488         97         13       10        11        23           18    18      3       1         –
737      Computer and data processing services                    4 449         49   153       222   169        436        291       65        32        31            9     6      2       –         –
7371       Computer programming services                          1 384         15   669        78   124        192        135       26        12        14            4     1      –       –         –
7372       Prepackaged software                                   1 040         14   699        66   711         44         17       10         7         5            3     1      1       –         –
7373       Computer integrated systems design                       117          1   111         4   490         27         17        7         3         –            –     –      –       –         –
7374       Data processing and preparation                          807          6   794        29   004         31         18        5         1         4            1     1      1       –         –
7375       Information retrieval services                           230          2   709         7   143          5          1        1         –         1            1     1      –       –         –
7378       Computer maintenance and repair                          148          1   446         6   062         13          4        4         3         2            –     –      –       –         –
7379       Computer related services, n.e.c.                        493          5   161        23   456        106         86        9         6         4            –     1      –       –         –
738      Miscellaneous business services                          3 288         15   130        65   908        299        182       54        38        17            3     2      3       –         –
7381       Detective and armored car services                     1 337          4   462        21   057         32         17        3         4         4            1     –      3       –         –
7382       Security systems services                                151              860         4   164         14          8        1         2         3            –     –      –       –         –
7384       Photofinishing laboratories                              124              388         1   608         35         26        7         2         –            –     –      –       –         –
7389       Business services, n.e.c.                              1 646          9   317        38   662        215        130       43        28        10            2     2      –       –         –

75     Auto repair, services, and parking                          2 816        13 901          62 060           525       328      130        47        16           4      –      –        –        –
751      Automotive rentals, no drivers                              181             697         3 897            23         8         8        6         1            –     –      –        –        –
752      Automobile parking                                          255             490         2 106            28        15         8        2         2           1      –      –        –        –
753      Automotive repair shops                                   1 654        10 754          47   152         395       266        96       27         5           1      –      –        –        –
7532       Top and body repair and paint shops                       605         4 579          21   192         104        51        37       13         3           –      –      –        –        –
7538       General automotive repair shops                           745         4 235          17   569         214       165        35       12         1           1      –      –        –        –
7539       Automotive repair shops, n.e.c.                           128           725           3   283          31        21         9        –         1           –      –      –        –        –
754      Automotive services, except repair                          724         1 959           8 902            78        38       18        12         8           2      –      –        –        –
7542       Carwashes                                                 420           597           3 050            34        18        4         5         5           2      –      –        –        –
7549       Automotive services, n.e.c.                               304         1 362           5 846            43        19       14         7         3           –      –      –        –        –

76     Miscellaneous repair services                               1 608        11 062          41 752           202       130        42       15         9           4     2       –        –        –
762      Electrical repair shops                                     458         3 054          13 190            49        29         9        7         3            –    1       –        –        –
7629       Electrical repair shops, n.e.c.                           355         2 438          10 556            29        17         5        4         2            –    1       –        –        –
769      Miscellaneous repair shops                                1 072         7 749          27 461           122        74        30        7         6           4     1       –        –        –
7699       Repair services, n.e.c.                                   977         6 892          23 830           111        67        29        5         6           3     1       –        –        –

78     Motion pictures                                                (G)            (D)             (D)         124        69        26       14        12           3      –      –        –        –
783      Motion picture theaters                                     459             629         2 872            15         –         2        3         7           3      –      –        –        –
784      Video tape rental                                           441             737         3 203            80        47       20         9         4            –     –      –        –        –

79     Amusement and recreation services                           4 189        12 610          54 823           257       139        37       21        37           16    6       1        –        –
792      Producers, orchestras, entertainers                         152             622         1 710            14        13         –         –        –            –    1       –        –        –
7929       Entertainers and entertainment groups                     140             571         1 300             6         5         –         –        –            –    1       –        –        –
793      Bowling centers                                             294             819         3 148             9         –         –        1         8            –     –      –        –        –
799      Misc. amusement, recreation services                      3 687        11   037        48   836         212       107        36       18        29           16    5       1        –        –
7991       Physical fitness facilities                             1 349         3   006        11   686          45        13         6        6        11            7    2       –        –        –
7992       Public golf courses                                       341         1   126         6   007          10         2         –        –         5            3    –       –        –        –
7997       Membership sports and recreation clubs                  1 057         4   419        17   909          73        45        10        4         7            4    3       –        –        –
7999       Amusement and recreation, n.e.c.                          878         2   385        12   292          75        42        18        7         5            2    –       1        –        –

80     Health services                                           22 056        173 229         756 972        1 822     1 069       454       189        58           24    17      5       3         3
801      Offices and clinics of medical doctors                    5 625        67 100         295 016           733       487      152        69        21            –    1       1       1         1
802      Offices and clinics of dentists                           3 017        17 279          79 587           495       210      202        74         8           1      –      –        –        –
804      Offices of other health practitioners                     1 206         4 947          21   805         354       273       58        20         3            –     –      –        –        –
8041       Offices and clinics of chiropractors                      460         1 642           7   017         134       104       21         8         1            –     –      –        –        –
8042       Offices and clinics of optometrists                       275           949           4   104          75        52       21         1         1            –     –      –        –        –
8049       Offices of health practitioners, n.e.c.                   382         1 971           9   055         113        90       11        11         1            –     –      –        –        –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                      2 704        12 342          51 032            43        11         –        1         6           14    11      –        –        –
806      Hospitals                                                 7 240        60 200         259 833            12         –         –         –        –           1     3       4       2         2
807      Medical and dental laboratories                             824         4 773          19 794            91        56       18         9         5           2     1       –        –        –
8071      Medical laboratories                                       538         3 217          13 372            39        23        8         3         2           2     1       –        –        –
8072      Dental laboratories                                        286         1 556           6 422            52        33       10         6         3           –     –       –        –        –
808      Home health care services                                   582         2 622          10 733            19         6         1        3         4           5      –      –        –        –
809      Health and allied services, n.e.c.                          818         3 874          18 460            65        18        22       13        10           1     1       –        –        –

81     Legal services                                              2 521        22 963         104 090           508       369        84       23        27           5      –      –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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42     CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                               COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                              Industry                         for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       CONTRA COSTA Con.
           Services Con.
82     Educational services                                        4 689        19   251        77   726         182        71       31        26        39           11    1       1       2         –
821      Elementary and secondary schools                          2 375         8   368        33   676          80        16       10        13        29           10    1       1       –         –
822      Colleges and universities                                 1 650         7   537        31   450           9         2        1         –         4            –    –       –       2         –
824      Vocational schools                                          289         1   818         6   609          23        10        4         5         3            1    –       –       –         –
829      Schools and educational services, n.e.c.                    375         1   528         5   991          70        43       16         8         3            –    –       –       –         –
83     Social services                                             5   958      19   832        82   638         599       311      110       113        52           9     3       1        –        –
832      Individual and family services                            1   026       4   237        17   010         128        68       26        24         9           1     –       –        –        –
833      Job training and related services                         1   144       4   468        19   603          32        14        4         5         5           1     2       1        –        –
835      Child day care services                                   2   186       5   827        23   814         263       125       55        57        24           2     –       –        –        –
836      Residential care                                          1   362       4   310        17   831         138        81       18        22        12           4     1       –        –        –
839      Social services, n.e.c.                                       239           989         4   234          29        14        7         5         2           1     –       –        –        –
86     Membership organizations                                    4 888        17   636        69   420         477       292        85       51        33           14    1       –       1         –
861     Business associations                                        168         1   475         5   638          35        23         9        2         1            –    –       –       –         –
863     Labor organizations                                          516         3   221        12   988          50        25        12        8         4            –    1       –       –         –
864     Civic and social associations                                512         1   333         5   649         103        81         9        7         5            1    –       –       –         –
866     Religious organizations                                    3 272         8   376        34   209         251       138        51       33        17           11    –       –       1         –
869     Membership organizations, n.e.c.                             394         3   095        10   267          24        12         3        1         6            2    –       –       –         –
87     Engineering and management services                       10 544         95   419       440   879      1 226        809      188       121        75           17    13      2       1         –
871      Engineering and architectural services                   4 484         47   908       211   402        404        225       78        50        36            6     8      1       –         –
8711       Engineering services                                   4 050         44   057       194   822        305        156       58        44        32            6     8      1       –         –
8712       Architectural services                                   330          2   991        12   256         73         49       17         4         3            –     –      –       –         –
8713       Surveying services                                       104              860         4   063         19         13        3         2         1            –     –      –       –         –
872      Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                    1 462         10   030        43   691        339        242       59        29         6            3     –      –       –         –
873      Research and testing services                            1 012          7   070        33   215         76         33       15        12        12            3     1      –       –         –
8731       Commercial physical research                             192          1   741         8   704         23         13        4         3         3            –     –      –       –         –
8732       Commercial nonphysical research                          389          1   787         7   551         25         11        6         5         1            1     1      –       –         –
8733       Noncommercial research organizations                     105              744         3   337          4          –        1         1         1            1     –      –       –         –
8734       Testing laboratories                                     326          2   798        13   623         24          9        4         3         7            1     –      –       –         –
874      Management and public relations                          3 586         30   411       152   568        406        308       36        30        21            5     4      1       1         –
8741       Management services                                    2 020         18   058        94   981        102         64       15         8         8            2     3      1       1         –
8742       Management consulting services                         1 100          8   536        41   496        186        147       12        13        11            2     1      –       –         –
8748       Business consulting, n.e.c.                              358          2   868        13   091         92         74        9         7         1            1     –      –       –         –
89     Services, n.e.c.                                              599         5 221          22 428            58        38         7        4         5           3     1       –       –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                1 597        18 203          77 385            57        17        16        8         9           6     –       –       1         –
           Unclassified establishments                                 (C)           (D)             (D)         177       165        10        2         –            –     –      –        –        –


       DEL NORTE
                Total                                              4 239        14 731          64 714           521       317      105        53        32           11    2       1        –        –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing                 57         155             741            17        13         2        2         –           –      –      –        –        –
          Construction                                                 148         501           2 791            59        51         7        –         1           –      –      –        –        –
          Manufacturing                                                476       2 267          10 399            31        18         2        3         3           5      –      –        –        –
20     Food and kindred products                                       143         555           2 143             4         1         –        –         2           1      –      –        –        –
24     Lumber and wood products                                        253       1 209           6 564            20        14         2         –        –           4      –      –        –        –
241      Logging                                                       133         588           2 943            14        11         1         –        –           2      –      –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                         217       1 403           5 941            20         9         1        7         3           –      –      –        –        –
          Wholesale trade                                              237         779           3 193            17         8         4        2         2           1      –      –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                              169         434           1 759            11         5         2        2         1           1      –      –        –        –
514     Groceries and related products                                 115         251             930             4         1         –        2         –           1      –      –        –        –
           Retail trade                                            1 697         4 363          18 251           161        80        38       20        18           3     2       –        –        –
53     General merchandise stores                                    312           594           2 595             4         –         1        1         –           –     2       –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                     366       1 199           4 788            26        14         4        1         4           3      –      –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                                350       1 165           4 638            22        11         3        1         4           3      –      –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                      576           963         4 219            60        30       11         8        11            –     –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                              565           940         4 074            52        22       11         8        11            –     –      –        –        –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                            212           746         2 823            32        18         8        3         3            –     –      –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                         157           705         2 796            36        23         8        4         1            –     –      –        –        –
           Services                                                1 238         4 529          20 523           175       111        42       15         4           2      –      1        –        –
70     Hotels and other lodging places                                 156           316         1 583            22        12         5        4         –           1      –      –        –        –
701     Hotels and motels                                              134           272         1 374            15         6         4        4         –           1      –      –        –        –
80     Health services                                                 549       2 871          12 678            41        22        15        2         –           1      –      1        –        –
83     Social services                                                 125           383         1 837            14         9         1        2         2            –     –      –        –        –
86     Membership organizations                                        107           173             783          20        12         3        5         –            –     –      –        –        –
87     Engineering and management services                             116           263         1 160            20        15         2        1         2            –     –      –        –        –
           Unclassified establishments                                  12            29              79           5         4         1         –        –            –     –      –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                   CALIFORNIA 43

Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                                 Industry                      for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       EL DORADO

                Total                                            26 593        112 874         508 900        3 380     2 186       623       330       174           41    20      3       3         –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              298            862          4 327            70        45       19         4         2            –     –      –        –        –
07     Agricultural services                                         294            850          4 238            66        41       19         4         2            –     –      –        –        –
074      Veterinary services                                         122            360          1 626            22         9       11         2         –            –     –      –        –        –
078      Landscape and horticultural services                        136            386          1 742            34        26        4         2         2            –     –      –        –        –
           Mining                                                     (B)           (D)              (D)           5         2         1        2         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Construction                                            2 257        11 515          60 789           576       473        58       29        11           2     3       –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                    817         4 220          20 345           241       203        19       13         4           1     1       –        –        –
151     General building contractors                                 790         4 170          19 979           220       182        19       13         4           1     1       –        –        –
16     Heavy construction, except building                           360         2 554          14 625            29        21         5        1         –           1     1       –        –        –
161      Highway and street construction                             271         2 166          11 900            14        11         1        1         –           –     1       –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                   1 080         4 741          25   819         306       249        34       15         7            –    1       –        –        –
171      Plumbing, heating, air-conditioning                         204         1 165           5   477          58        44         7        6         1            –    –       –        –        –
173      Electrical work                                             131           491           2   683          37        31         3        1         2            –    –       –        –        –
174      Masonry, stonework, and plastering                          131           488           2   138          52        46         4        2         –            –    –       –        –        –
175      Carpentry and floor work                                    141           485           3   653          30        22         6        –         2            –    –       –        –        –
1751       Carpentry work                                            112           385           3   095          17        11         4        –         2            –    –       –        –        –
177      Concrete work                                               219         1 282           6   802          29        25         1        –         2            –    1       –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                           1 897        11 463          52 489           168       106        20       20        14           5     2       1        –        –
24     Lumber and wood products                                      819         5 423          24   646          47        32         4        4         2           3     1       1        –        –
241      Logging                                                     120           340           4   778          25        20         3        1         –           1     –       –        –        –
242      Sawmills and planing mills                                  545         4 217          16   429           9         3         –        2         1           1     1       1        –        –
2421       Sawmills and planing mills, general                       545         4 217          16   429           9         3         –        2         1           1     1       1        –        –
27     Printing and publishing                                       312         1 205           5 371            32        23         4        3         1            –    1       –        –        –
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    115            667          3 085             6         3         –        2         –           1      –      –        –        –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            136            951          3 959            23        15         5        1         2            –     –      –        –        –
38     Instruments and related products                              100            735          3 048             8         5         –        1         1           1      –      –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                       780         5 074          21 903            91        58        13       11         4           4     1       –        –        –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                       (C)           (D)              (D)          31        23         4        3         –           1      –      –        –        –
48     Communication                                                 198         1 722           6 098            17         9         1        4         2           1      –      –        –        –
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                           (C)           (D)              (D)          11         6         1        2         1            –     1      –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                           780         4 238          19 671           139        76        39       19         5            –     –      –        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                               434         2 534          12 213            82        47        21       12         2            –     –      –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                            346         1 704           7 458            57        29       18         7         3            –     –      –        –        –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                      123           462           2 025            18         7        7         3         1            –     –      –        –        –

           Retail trade                                            8 108        25 390         112 958           808       388      207       112        77           17    7       –        –        –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        404         1 557           7 125            59        30       17         8         4            –     –      –        –        –
521      Lumber and other building materials                         203            923          4 243            19         8         6        1         4            –     –      –        –        –
525      Hardware stores                                             134            389          1 654            20         6         8        6         –            –     –      –        –        –

53     General merchandise stores                                     (C)           (D)              (D)           7         4         –        1         –           1      1      –        –        –

54     Food stores                                                 1 663         7 532          32 925            90        47        22        4         6           5     6       –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                            1 579         7 372          31 998            66        29        17        3         6           5     6       –        –        –

55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       880         4 369          18 933            88        24        30       24        10            –     –      –        –        –
551      New and used car dealers                                    345         2 421          10 447            15         3         –        3         9            –     –      –        –        –
553      Auto and home supply stores                                 189            766          3 461            22         6         6       10         –            –     –      –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   335         1 155           4 872            45        10       23        11         1            –     –      –        –        –

56     Apparel and accessory stores                                  456         1 016           4 442            76        34       30        11         1            –     –      –        –        –
562      Women’s clothing stores                                     125            261          1 236            17         8         4        4         1            –     –      –        –        –
569      Misc. apparel and accessory stores                          114            289          1 118            22        13         6        3         –            –     –      –        –        –

57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          361         1 099           4 788            64        36       17        10         –           1      –      –        –        –
571      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        180            586          2 652            38        20       12         6         –            –     –      –        –        –

58     Eating and drinking places                                  3 053         6 150          28 243           255       102        50       47        50           6      –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                          2 973         6 041          27 105           218        70        48       44        50           6      –      –        –        –

59     Miscellaneous retail                                          972         2 938          12 054           163       106        41        7         6           3      –      –        –        –
591      Drug stores and proprietary stores                          265         1 129           4 508            14         4         2        2         5           1      –      –        –        –
594      Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                         371            743          3 433            69        52       14         1         –           2      –      –        –        –
5942       Book stores                                               108             85            425            10         8        1         –         –           1      –      –        –        –
5947       Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                         143            398          1 725            15        10        3         1         –           1      –      –        –        –
599      Retail stores, n.e.c.                                       117            282          1 095            34        23       10         1         –            –     –      –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                                 Industry                      for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       EL DORADO Con.
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                     2 028         9 845          43 448           312       204        54       30        20           3     1       –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       508         2 464          10 110            43         9       15        11         8            –     –      –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                            303         1 433           5 699            19         3        2         8         6            –     –      –        –        –
603      Savings institutions                                        172           900           3 851            19         3       12         2         2            –     –      –        –        –
61     Nondepository institutions                                    101            646          3 431            28        17         8        3         –            –     –      –        –        –
63     Insurance carriers                                            448         2 477          10 470            19         9         5        1         1           2     1       –        –        –
64     Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        145            846          3 992            48        39         5        4         –            –     –      –        –        –
65     Real estate                                                   774         3 196          14 488           157       116       20         9        11           1      –      –        –        –
651      Real estate operators and lessors                           220           685           2 791            54        45        3         1         5           –      –      –        –        –
653      Real estate agents and managers                             431         1 644           7 172            74        51       11         6         5           1      –      –        –        –
           Services                                              10 392         44 179         191 132        1 182        805      212       103        41           10    6       2       3         –
70     Hotels and other lodging places                             1 380         3 935          17 078           110        57        18       21        10           2     2       –        –        –
701     Hotels and motels                                          1 330         3 655          15 663           101        52        15       20        10           2     2       –        –        –
72     Personal services                                             322            822          3 256            81        60       11         8         2            –     –      –        –        –
723      Beauty shops                                                107            278          1 184            27        20        3         3         1            –     –      –        –        –
73     Business services                                           1 807         9 735          40 935           132        97        21        6         3           2     2       –       1         –
733      Mailing, reproduction, stenographic                         174           152             916            13        10         2        –         –           –     1       –       –         –
735      Misc. equipment rental and leasing                          133           719           3 843            12         7         3        1         –           1     –       –       –         –
736      Personnel supply services                                   180           680           2 259             6         3         –        –         2           –     1       –       –         –
737      Computer and data processing services                       994         7 091          28 866            25        19         4        1         –           –     –       –       1         –
738      Miscellaneous business services                             252           777           3 600            50        37         8        3         1           1     –       –       –         –
7389       Business services, n.e.c.                                 227           705           3 212            39        28         6        3         1           1     –       –       –         –
75     Auto repair, services, and parking                            348         1 454           6 700            91        69       14         5         3            –     –      –        –        –
753      Automotive repair shops                                     314         1 340           6 155            77        57       12         5         3            –     –      –        –        –
7532       Top and body repair and paint shops                       167           732           3 460            20        10        3         4         3            –     –      –        –        –
78     Motion pictures                                               186            301          1 298            35        19       12         3         1            –     –      –        –        –
784      Video tape rental                                           119            214            912            29        18       10         1         –            –     –      –        –        –
79     Amusement and recreation services                           1 815         5 472          17   105          76        52         5        7         7           3      –      1       1         –
799      Misc. amusement, recreation services                      1 778         5 380          16   691          65        44         4        5         7           3      –      1       1         –
7992       Public golf courses                                       127           243           1   309           3         –         –        –         2           1      –      –       –         –
7997       Membership sports and recreation clubs                    171           417           1   985           8         4         1        –         1           2      –      –       –         –
7999       Amusement and recreation, n.e.c.                        1 418         4 616          13   001          45        34         2        4         3           –      –      1       1         –
80     Health services                                             2 698        13 994          64   767         249       151       71        16         6           2     1       1       1         –
801      Offices and clinics of medical doctors                      520         3 963          18   328          96        58       27         7         4           –     –       –       –         –
802      Offices and clinics of dentists                             376         1 713           7   856          73        32       36         5         –           –     –       –       –         –
804      Offices of other health practitioners                       158           622           2   928          58        50        6         2         –           –     –       –       –         –
81     Legal services                                                139            795          3 220            54        43         9        2         –            –     –      –        –        –
83     Social services                                               633         1 897           8 234            91        55       14        17         4            –    1       –        –        –
835      Child day care services                                     188           405           1 684            40        29        5         4         2            –    –       –        –        –
836      Residential care                                            194           805           3 429            25         9        6         9         1            –    –       –        –        –
86     Membership organizations                                      345         1 053           4 417            92        70       13         8         1            –     –      –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                     201           426           1 753            46        32        8         6         –            –     –      –        –        –
87     Engineering and management services                           496         3 750          19 455           106        82        14        5         4           1      –      –        –        –
871      Engineering and architectural services                      249         2 258          11 730            34        26         3        2         2           1      –      –        –        –
8711       Engineering services                                      207         2 016          10 471            21        14         3        2         1           1      –      –        –        –

           Unclassified establishments                                (A)           (D)              (D)          29        29         –         –        –            –     –      –        –        –



       FRESNO

                Total                                           189 401        935 351      4 155 640        15 118     8 013     3 046     2 049    1 367       402       180     42      13         6

           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing            4 462        17 109          85 350           415       240        76       55        26           8     10      –        –        –
07     Agricultural services                                       4 418        16 813          83 898           406       232        76       55        25           8     10      –        –        –
072      Crop services                                             2 073         8 810          46 050           104        42        21       21         9           4     7       –        –        –
074      Veterinary services                                         237            820          4 055            42        17       20         5         –            –     –      –        –        –
075      Animal services, except veterinary                          115            308          1 593            15         7         4        2         2            –     –      –        –        –
076      Farm labor and management services                          876         3 066          14 348            48        25         4        9         6           2     2       –        –        –
0761       Farm labor contractors                                    110           430           2 499            24        16         3        4         1           –     –       –        –        –
0762       Farm management services                                  710         2 512          10 874            20         7         –        5         4           2     2       –        –        –
078      Landscape and horticultural services                      1 008         2 968          14 341           183       134        23       17         6           2     1       –        –        –

           Mining                                                    254         2 155           9 783            14         2         4        3         4           1      –      –        –        –
13     Oil and gas extraction                                        138         1 358           5 707             7         2         1        1         2           1      –      –        –        –

14     Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels                             (C)           (D)              (D)           6         –         2        2         2            –     –      –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                   CALIFORNIA 45

Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                                Industry                       for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       FRESNO Con.
           Construction                                          13 248         69 542         343 250        1 562        900      282       220       123           30    5       2        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                  3 157        16 396          77 308           463       304        80       40        32           5     1       1        –        –
151     General building contractors                               2 623        12 935          61 067           403       270        70       33        24           4     1       1        –        –
153     Operative builders                                           456         3 127          14 756            36        14         9        4         8           1     –       –        –        –
16     Heavy construction, except building                            (G)           (D)             (D)          105        54        15       21         6           9      –      –        –        –
162      Heavy construction, except highway                          860         5 429          26 290            68        35         9       15         2           7      –      –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                   8 759        44   747       219   433         991       542      187       156        85           16    4       1        –        –
171      Plumbing, heating, air-conditioning                       1 494         8   495        41   305         156        80       38        17        16            4    1       –        –        –
172      Painting and paper hanging                                  447         1   313         6   656          97        65       21         7         4            –    –       –        –        –
173      Electrical work                                             828         4   889        25   715         118        70       22        13        12            1    –       –        –        –
174      Masonry, stonework, and plastering                        2 170        13   185        64   037         182        87       31        46        11            5    1       1        –        –
1741       Masonry and other stonework                               270         1   609         8   239          37        24        4         7         1            1    –       –        –        –
1742       Plastering, drywall, and insulation                     1 564         9   893        48   071          94        30       17        33        10            2    1       1        –        –
1743       Terrazzo, tile, marble, mosaic work                       336         1   683         7   727          51        33       10         6         –            2    –       –        –        –
175      Carpentry and floor work                                    895         3   628        18   522         118        80       14        13         7            3    1       –        –        –
1751       Carpentry work                                            719         2   691        15   357          78        49       10        11         4            3    1       –        –        –
1752       Floor laying and floor work, n.e.c.                       176             937         3   162          39        30        4         2         3            –    –       –        –        –
176      Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                       475         1   982         9   713          53        29        4        12         8            –    –       –        –        –
177      Concrete work                                               824         3   255        17   589          99        50       23        15        10            1    –       –        –        –
178      Water well drilling                                         102             533         2   463          10         3        2         4         1            –    –       –        –        –
179      Misc. special trade contractors                           1 482         7   225        32   309         148        71       30        29        15            2    1       –        –        –
1791       Structural steel erection                                 224         1   678         7   461           8         1        –         3         3            1    –       –        –        –
1793       Glass and glazing work                                    317         1   072         2   908          16         7        2         6         –            –    1       –        –        –
1799       Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                         779         3   513        17   796         101        49       25        18         8            1    –       –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                         23 963        133 996         599 207           685       236      123       104       123           39    40     13       7         –
20     Food and kindred products                                   9 075        46   085       227   238         105        17         6       19        24           10    19      7       3         –
201      Meat products                                             2 338         9   543        46   175          10         –         1        –         3            –     2      3       1         –
2015       Poultry slaughtering and processing                     1 720         6   465        31   703           4         –         –        –         1            –     –      2       1         –
202      Dairy products                                              564         4   524        18   135           4         1         –        –         –            –     2      1       –         –
203      Preserved fruits and vegetables                           3 110        12   188        75   416          26         3         –        5         6            4     5      1       2         –
2033       Canned fruits and vegetables                              235         1   478        13   664           5         –         –        1         3            –     1      –       –         –
2034       Dehydrated fruits, vegetables, soups                    1 776         7   095        39   195          14         1         –        3         3            3     2      1       1         –
204      Grain mill products                                         368         3   214        11   404          13         3         1        3         4            1     1      –       –         –
2048       Prepared feeds, n.e.c.                                    212         2   042         6   561           9         2         –        2         4            1     –      –       –         –
205      Bakery products                                             549         4   733        19   790          11         3         2        1         3            –     1      1       –         –
2051       Bread, cake, and related products                         468         4   363        18   044           6         1         1        1         1            –     1      1       –         –
2077       Animal and marine fats and oils                           100             715         2   941           3         –         –        –         2            1     –      –       –         –
208      Beverages                                                   887         4   987        24   615          18         3         1        7         2            2     2      1       –         –
2084       Wines, brandy, and brandy spirits                         282         2   094        10   957          12         2         1        6         2            –     1      –       –         –
209      Misc. food and kindred products                             776         3   850        18   129          16         3         1        3         3            2     4      –       –         –
2096       Potato chips and similar snacks                           146             778         3   022           4         1         –        –         1            2     –      –       –         –
2099       Food preparations, n.e.c.                                 467         1   765         9   724           7         1         –        1         2            –     3      –       –         –
23     Apparel and other textile products                            501         2 026           8 962            14         4         4        2         1           1     2       –        –        –
2393      Textile bags                                               131           317           1 507             3         –         1        1         –           –     1       –        –        –
24     Lumber and wood products                                    1 101         4 043          19   990          77        32        15       11        15           2     2       –        –        –
242      Sawmills and planing mills                                  245         1 009           4   468           9         3         2        1         –           2     1       –        –        –
243      Millwork, plywood and structural members                    309         1 233           5   410          31        11         8        5         7           –     –       –        –        –
2434       Wood kitchen cabinets                                     202           719           3   002          24        10         6        4         4           –     –       –        –        –
244      Wood containers                                             359         1 315           5   691          15         5         1        4         4           –     1       –        –        –
2441       Nailed wood boxes and shook                               267         1 029           4   313          10         3         1        3         2           –     1       –        –        –
249      Miscellaneous wood products                                 106           368           1   736           6         2         –        1         3           –     –       –        –        –
25     Furniture and fixtures                                        198             964         4 353            15         7         3        2         2           1      –      –        –        –
26     Paper and allied products                                     719         5 116          21 966            14         –         3        2         4           2     3       –        –        –
265      Paperboard containers and boxes                             479         3 084          13 700             8         –         1        1         3           1     2       –        –        –
2653       Corrugated and solid fiber boxes                          281         2 159           9 645             4         –         –        –         2           1     1       –        –        –
27     Printing and publishing                                     2 251        12 111          49   567         115        53        27       16        12           5      –      1       1         –
271      Newspapers                                                  942         5 156          21   352          14         5         1        4         3           –      –      –       1         –
274      Miscellaneous publishing                                    116           655           2   907           5         –         1        2         1           1      –      –       –         –
275      Commercial printing                                       1 060         5 413          21   345          80        39        22        8         6           4      –      1       –         –
2752       Commercial printing, lithographic                         797         4 030          15   585          61        29        19        5         5           2      –      1       –         –
2759       Commercial printing, n.e.c.                               262         1 378           5   738          18         9         3        3         1           2      –      –       –         –
28     Chemicals and allied products                                 613         3 889          17 021            22        10         4        3         4            –     –      1        –        –
287      Agricultural chemicals                                      119           889           3 736             7         3         –        1         3            –     –      –        –        –
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    622         3 397          15 184            18         5         2        2         3           5     1       –        –        –
308      Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                     622         3 397          15 184            18         5         2        2         3           5     1       –        –        –
3089       Plastics products, n.e.c.                                 362         1 775           8 243            10         3         2        –         1           3     1       –        –        –
32     Stone, clay, and glass products                               999         6 831          28 363            38        12        10        2        11           1     1       1        –        –
327      Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products                      344         1 901           8 455            25         8         7        2         8            –     –      –        –        –
3273       Ready-mixed concrete                                      181         1 047           5 115            13         5         3        1         4            –     –      –        –        –

33     Primary metal industries                                      386         2 506          11 127             9         3         1        1         2            –    2       –        –        –
336      Nonferrous foundries (castings)                             204         1 220           5 563             5         2         –        1         1            –    1       –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                               Industry                        for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       FRESNO Con.
           Manufacturing Con.
34     Fabricated metal products                                   1 248         6 821          31   469          61        20        14       11         9           4     3       –        –        –
344      Fabricated structural metal products                        492         2 712          11   802          22         7         4        6         2           2     1       –        –        –
3443       Fabricated plate work (boiler shops)                      110           721           3   311           4         1         –        1         1           1     –       –        –        –
3444       Sheet metalwork                                           100           435           2   126           6         3         –        2         –           1     –       –        –        –
347      Metal services, n.e.c.                                      123           572           2   657          12         6         2        2         2           –     –       –        –        –
3471       Plating and polishing                                     110           533           2   476           8         3         1        2         2           –     –       –        –        –
349      Misc. fabricated metal products                             486         2 863          13   268          16         2         6        2         3           1     2       –        –        –
3499       Fabricated metal products, n.e.c.                         234           990           5   831          10         1         5        2         1           –     1       –        –        –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                          2 914        21   271        82   818          85        31        14       12        16           5     5       1       1         –
352      Farm and garden machinery                                   352         1   862         7   910          20         9         3        4         3           –     1       –       –         –
3523       Farm machinery and equipment                              352         1   862         7   910          20         9         3        4         3           –     1       –       –         –
353      Construction and related machinery                          356         3   373        10   346           7         –         3        –         2           1     1       –       –         –
3556       Food products machinery                                   166         1   152         5   140           7         2         –        1         3           1     –       –       –         –
356      General industrial machinery                              1 198         9   374        38   189          15         1         1        3         4           2     3       1       –         –
3561       Pumps and pumping equipment                               575         5   067        18   824           5         –         –        2         1           –     1       1       –         –
3565       Packaging machinery                                       468         3   403        14   677           5         –         –        –         2           1     2       –       –         –
359      Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                                272         1   459         6   538          25        12         5        3         4           1     –       –       –         –
36     Electronic and other electronic equipment                   1 309         5 371          25 505            14         5         3        2         1            –     –      2       1         –
37     Transportation equipment                                      524         2 579          10   853          33        12         2        6        12           1      –      –        –        –
3714       Motor vehicle parts and accessories                       205         1 130           4   755          10         4         –        1         4           1      –      –        –        –
373      Ship and boat building and repairing                        138           477           2   022           9         4         –        2         3           –      –      –        –        –
3732       Boat building and repairing                               138           477           2   022           9         4         –        2         3           –      –      –        –        –
38     Instruments and related products                              795         5 580          22 076            17         5         5        3         1           1     1       –       1         –
384      Medical instruments and supplies                            710         5 214          20 540             9         3         3        –         –           1     1       –       1         –
39     Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                        248         1 393           6   262          25        13         2        7         2           1     –       –        –        –
394      Toys and sporting goods                                     122           738           3   259           8         4         2        –         1           1     –       –        –        –
399      Miscellaneous manufactures                                  100           509           2   320          13         7         –        5         1           –     –       –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                  331         3 264          13   196          12         3         6        1         1           –     1       –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                   12 437         90 092         384 141           680       348      108        97        88           25    9       1       2         2
41     Local and interurban passenger transit                        715         3 039          16   856          23         7         5        3         6            –    1       1        –        –
411      Local and suburban transportation                           392         2 075          11   587          11         5         2        –         3            –    –       1        –        –
4119       Local passenger transportation, n.e.c.                    392         2 075          11   587          11         5         2        –         3            –    –       1        –        –
414      Bus charter service                                         107           391           2   312           7         1         2        2         2            –    –       –        –        –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                    3 871        21 205          99 994           413       243        55       60        39           15    1       –        –        –
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                 3 686        20 055          95 008           392       232        52       55        37           15    1       –        –        –
422      Public warehousing and storage                              185         1 150           4 986            21        11         3        5         2            –    –       –        –        –
45     Transportation by air                                       1 833         9 727          47 875            25         7         5        3         7           2      –      –        –        1
451      Air transportation, scheduled                             1 702         9 033          44 533            12         3         1        1         4           2      –      –        –        1
47     Transportation services                                       639         2 854          12   366          82        47       22         8         3           1     1       –        –        –
472      Passenger transportation arrangement                        235           790           3   991          48        29       14         4         1           –     –       –        –        –
4724       Travel agencies                                           212           715           3   657          41        23       14         3         1           –     –       –        –        –
473      Freight transportation arrangement                          153         1 174           4   995          29        17        8         2         2           –     –       –        –        –
478      Miscellaneous transportation services                       251           890           3   380           5         1        –         2         –           1     1       –        –        –
48     Communication                                               3 021        25   669        98   880          90        28        12       14        23           6     6       –       1         –
481      Telephone communication                                   1 947        19   157        71   304          57        21         9        7        13           3     3       –       1         –
4812       Radiotelephone communications                             275         1   922         9   539          15         3         2        5         4           1     –       –       –         –
4813       Telephone communications, exc. radio                    1 672        17   235        61   765          42        18         7        2         9           2     3       –       1         –
483      Radio and television broadcasting                           784         4   977        20   397          24         2         2        6         9           3     2       –       –         –
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                        2 259        27 080         105 834            35        10         5        8         9           1      –      –       1         1
491      Electric services                                           276         3 186          11 860            10         1         2        1         5           1      –      –       –         –
           Wholesale trade                                       14 983         99 256         447 804        1 210        491      286       218       169           37    8       1        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                             7 724        48   463       206   923         699       289      166       136        89           16    3       –        –        –
501     Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                        1 861         9   737        42   935         151        60       36        31        17            6    1       –        –        –
5012      Automobiles and other motor vehicles                       577         3   287        13   987          26        11        4         4         4            2    1       –        –        –
5013      Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                       817         4   284        18   822          78        30       22        16         8            2    –       –        –        –
5014      Tires and tubes                                            233         1   193         5   850          23         9        3         7         3            1    –       –        –        –
5015      Motor vehicle parts, used                                  234             973         4   276          24        10        7         4         2            1    –       –        –        –
502     Furniture and homefurnishings                                328         1   776         7   882          24         5        6         9         3            1    –       –        –        –
5021      Furniture                                                  190             863         3   639          12         2        3         5         1            1    –       –        –        –
5023      Homefurnishings                                            138             913         4   243          12         3        3         4         2            –    –       –        –        –
503     Lumber and construction materials                            576         4   197        19   596          47        15       11        12         8            1    –       –        –        –
5031      Lumber, plywood, and millwork                              207         1   723         7   422          21         7        5         6         3            –    –       –        –        –
5032      Brick, stone, and related materials                        107             581         3   223           8         4        2         1         –            1    –       –        –        –
5039      Construction materials, n.e.c.                             182         1   463         6   927          11         2        2         4         3            –    –       –        –        –
504     Professional and commercial equipment                        907         6   285        25   405          87        42       16        13        14            2    –       –        –        –
5044      Office equipment                                           307         2   061         8   832          28        13        5         3         7            –    –       –        –        –
5045      Computers, peripherals and software                        196         1   892         6   847          24        12        6         4         1            1    –       –        –        –
5047      Medical and hospital equipment                             245         1   443         5   919          15         7        1         2         4            1    –       –        –        –
505     Metals and minerals, except petroleum                        287         1   793         7   616          17         2        5         6         3            1    –       –        –        –
506     Electrical goods                                             570         4   204        16   781          60        24       14        15         6            1    –       –        –        –
5063      Electrical apparatus and equipment                         349         2   659        10   518          36        12       12         7         4            1    –       –        –        –
5065      Electronic parts and equipment                             167         1   199         4   891          19         9        2         7         1            –    –       –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                             Industry                          for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       FRESNO Con.
           Wholesale trade     Con.
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods Con.
507     Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment                     665         5 101          20   984          59        25       12        10        10           2     –       –        –        –
5072      Hardware                                                   222         1 891           8   219          19         7        5         3         4           –     –       –        –        –
5074      Plumbing and hydronic heating supplies                     213         1 570           6   493          14         6        1         2         4           1     –       –        –        –
5075      Warm air heating and air-conditioning                      170         1 244           4   341          18         8        5         3         1           1     –       –        –        –
508     Machinery, equipment, and supplies                         1 953        13 243          56   412         192        82       53        30        24           2     1       –        –        –
5082      Construction and mining machinery                          247         2 070           9   317          16         6        7         1         1           –     1       –        –        –
5083      Farm and garden machinery                                  622         4 003          17   490          57        18       19         9        11           –     –       –        –        –
5084      Industrial machinery and equipment                         448         3 275          12   788          58        29       19         5         4           1     –       –        –        –
5085      Industrial supplies                                        316         2 181           9   908          30        13        3        11         3           –     –       –        –        –
5087      Service establishment equipment                            246         1 250           5   075          24        13        4         3         3           1     –       –        –        –
509     Miscellaneous durable goods                                  575         2 122           9   270          60        32       13        10         4           –     1       –        –        –
5091      Sporting and recreational goods                            107           502           2   017          12         3        6         2         1           –     –       –        –        –
5093      Scrap and waste materials                                  406         1 411           6   191          32        16        5         8         2           –     1       –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                          6 999        48   680       232   076         492       195      116        78        77           20    5       1        –        –
511      Paper and paper products                                    544         3   912        15   705          39        13        9        10         4            3    –       –        –        –
5112       Stationery and office supplies                            429         2   560        11   871          29         9        7         7         3            3    –       –        –        –
512      Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries                          441         2   295         8   265          13         3        1         6         1            1    1       –        –        –
513      Apparel, piece goods, and notions                           125             527         2   150          14         8        2         2         1            1    –       –        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                            3 362        24   026       119   504         188        76       36        26        36            9    4       1        –        –
5141       Groceries, general line                                   102             578         2   544           9         3        2         2         2            –    –       –        –        –
5143       Dairy products, exc. dried or canned                      127             794         3   804          14         8        2         2         2            –    –       –        –        –
5145       Confectionery                                             227         1   532         6   020           7         2        2         –         2            –    1       –        –        –
5147       Meats and meat products                                   216         1   138         5   574          13         3        –         6         4            –    –       –        –        –
5148       Fresh fruits and vegetables                             1 203         9   425        46   378          77        29       21         8        14            4    1       –        –        –
5149       Groceries and related products, n.e.c.                  1 369         9   867        51   148          49        19        8         3        11            5    2       1        –        –
515      Farm-product raw materials                                  203         1   409        14   345          29        14        9         3         3            –    –       –        –        –
516      Chemicals and allied products                               245         1   799         8   018          29        11        7         7         4            –    –       –        –        –
5169       Chemicals and allied products, n.e.c.                     213         1   616         7   303          24         8        6         6         4            –    –       –        –        –
517      Petroleum and petroleum products                            333         1   937         8   741          38        14       13         7         4            –    –       –        –        –
5171       Petroleum bulk stations and terminals                     287         1   581         6   922          31        11       11         5         4            –    –       –        –        –
518      Beer, wine, and distilled beverages                         220         1   469         6   480           7         1        1         –         4            1    –       –        –        –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                    1 526        11   306        48   868         135        55       38        17        20            5    –       –        –        –
5191       Farm supplies                                             988         8   931        38   023          73        26       19        10        15            3    –       –        –        –
5198       Paints, varnishes, and supplies                           106             690         3   406           8         2        2         2         2            –    –       –        –        –
5199       Nondurable goods, n.e.c.                                  303         1   122         4   924          33        16       10         4         1            2    –       –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                  260         2   113         8   805          19         7        4         4         3            1    –       –        –        –
           Retail trade                                          44 868        136 188         591 017        3 645     1 661       836       564       415      121        41      7        –        –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                      1 669         6 818          29   370         156        69       36        35         9           5     2       –        –        –
521      Lumber and other building materials                         834         3 765          15   542          62        26        7        19         7           1     2       –        –        –
523      Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores                          165           767           3   409          20         5        8         7         –           –     –       –        –        –
525      Hardware stores                                             503         1 672           7   924          46        24       13         4         1           4     –       –        –        –
526      Retail nurseries and garden stores                          150           556           2   191          22         9        7         5         1           –     –       –        –        –
53     General merchandise stores                                  5 000        14 408          65   319          72        22        10        7         8           5     16      4        –        –
531      Department stores                                         4 271        11 466          52   827          25         2         –        –         –           5     14      4        –        –
533      Variety stores                                              169           409           1   647          22         7         7        7         1           –      –      –        –        –
539      Misc. general merchandise stores                            560         2 533          10   845          25        13         3        –         7           –      2      –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                 5 940        22 722          99 911           547       288      132        56        42           21    8       –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                            5 343        21 264          93 808           432       223       97        45        38           21    8       –        –        –
546      Retail bakeries                                             351           937           3 462            69        41       20         6         2            –    –       –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                     4 929        24 891         111   686         480       208      142        85        26           12    6       1        –        –
551      New and used car dealers                                  2 082        14 945          67   299          55        11        5        13        10            9    6       1        –        –
552      Used car dealers                                            121           564           2   844          40        30        7         3         –            –    –       –        –        –
553      Auto and home supply stores                                 978         4 002          18   050         158        72       54        26         6            –    –       –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                 1 502         3 882          16   271         202        80       70        42         9            1    –       –        –        –
556      Recreational vehicle dealers                                165         1 140           5   448           9         6        1         –         –            2    –       –        –        –
56     Apparel and accessory stores                                2 178         5 155          22   410         309       143      100        46        18           2      –      –        –        –
561      Men’s and boys’ clothing stores                             208           682           2   685          32        12       13         7         –           –      –      –        –        –
562      Women’s clothing stores                                     794         1 738           7   387         113        55       34        15         8           1      –      –        –        –
565      Family clothing stores                                      560         1 233           5   508          47        14       12        10        10           1      –      –        –        –
566      Shoe stores                                                 418         1 057           4 256            78        40       30         8         –            –     –      –        –        –

57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        1 794         7 542          31 435           263       139        72       39         8           4     1       –        –        –
571      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        986         4 347          18   300         152        78       45        22         5           2      –      –        –        –
5712       Furniture stores                                          549         2 805          11   844          76        32       25        15         3           1      –      –        –        –
5713       Floor covering stores                                     172           775           3   160          34        21        9         3         1           –      –      –        –        –
5719       Misc. homefurnishings stores                              256           733           3   108          36        19       11         4         1           1      –      –        –        –
573      Radio, television, and computer stores                      734         2 908          12   003          93        48       26        13         3           2     1       –        –        –
5731      Radio, TV, and electronic stores                           362         1 646           6   973          43        23       14         4         –           1     1       –        –        –
5734      Computer and software stores                               124           668           2   690          20        13        3         3         –           1     –       –        –        –
5735       Record and prerecorded tape stores                        186           438           1   662          20         8        5         4         3           –     –       –        –        –

58     Eating and drinking places                                16 771         28 944         122 979        1 063        405      162       194       232           62    7       1        –        –
5812        Eating places                                        16 086         27 859         117 714          926        304      144       185       224           61    7       1        –        –
5813        Drinking places                                         596            969           4 105           88         56       17         8         6            1    –       –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                             Industry                          for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       FRESNO Con.
           Retail trade Con.
59     Miscellaneous retail                                        5 749        20 639          87   681         724       381      173        95        65           9     1       –        –        –
591      Drug stores and proprietary stores                        1 841         8 673          35   699         108        24       22        22        35           5     –       –        –        –
592      Liquor stores                                               245           526           2   536          85        71       10         4         –           –     –       –        –        –
593      Used merchandise stores                                     273           631           2   663          39        22        6         7         4           –     –       –        –        –
594      Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                       1 748         4 764          20   969         250       114       92        30        12           1     1       –        –        –
5941       Sporting goods and bicycle shops                          388         1 141           5   409          52        23       17         7         5           –     –       –        –        –
5942       Book stores                                               232           572           2   369          20         8        8         2         1           –     1       –        –        –
5944       Jewelry stores                                            303         1 235           5   051          65        32       28         5         –           –     –       –        –        –
5945       Hobby, toy, and game shops                                203           491           2   675          22        10        9         –         2           1     –       –        –        –
5947       Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                         305           620           2   570          54        28       21         4         1           –     –       –        –        –
5949       Sewing, needlework, and piece goods                       214           376           1   474          18         3        2        11         2           –     –       –        –        –
596      Nonstore retailers                                          608         2 640          11   654          60        29       10        14         5           2     –       –        –        –
5962       Merchandising machine operators                           127           654           2   644          12         8        –         2         2           –     –       –        –        –
5963       Direct selling establishments                             434         1 894           8   056          41        17        9        10         3           2     –       –        –        –
599      Retail stores, n.e.c.                                       962         3 070          12   547         169       114       30        15         9           1     –       –        –        –
5992       Florists                                                  263           740           2   967          53        34       12         6         1           –     –       –        –        –
5999       Miscellaneous retail stores, n.e.c.                       607         2 012           8   268          96        66       13         9         7           1     –       –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                  838         5 069          20   226          31         6        9         7         7           1     –       1        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                   13 831         84 643         349 555        1 432        848      242       170       127           34    7       4        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                    3 749         20 251          76 675          206         36       48        65        45            9    3       –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                         2 663         14 639          55 202          117         11       22        40        34            8    2       –        –        –
603      Savings institutions                                       599          3 241          11 603           45          4       15        19         6            1    –       –        –        –
606      Credit unions                                              411          2 145           8 972           26          9        5         6         5            –    1       –        –        –
61     Nondepository institutions                                 1 002          7 313          36 757          152         82       36        21        13            –    –       –        –        –
614      Personal credit institutions                               321          1 993           7 846           46         18       18         8         2            –    –       –        –        –
616      Mortgage bankers and brokers                               536          4 017          23 521           81         48       12        12         9            –    –       –        –        –
62     Security and commodity brokers                               391          5 486          21 911           57         45        6         1         2            3    –       –        –        –
621      Security brokers and dealers                               337          5 273          20 970           26         16        4         1         2            3    –       –        –        –
63     Insurance carriers                                         3 400         23 536          96 045          137         53       23        21        25            9    3       3        –        –
631      Life insurance                                           1 056          6 805          26 419           34         10        2        11         8            1    1       1        –        –
632      Medical service and health insurance                       167          1 475           6 040           10          2        5         1         1            1    –       –        –        –
633      Fire, marine, and casualty insurance                     1 455         10 519          43 739           63         36        7         5         7            5    1       2        –        –
636      Title insurance                                            335          2 640          11 100           12          2        1         1         6            2    –       –        –        –
637      Pension, health, and welfare funds                         387          2 097           8 747           18          3        8         3         3            –    1       –        –        –
64     Insurance agents, brokers, and service                     1 864         12 970          55 160          344        251       51        21        15            5    1       –        –        –
65     Real estate                                                2 890         12 257          49 413          477        333       74        37        25            8    –       –        –        –
651      Real estate operators and lessors                        1 302          4 704          17 664          232        163       35        22         9            3    –       –        –        –
653      Real estate agents and managers                          1 318          5 931          24 798          204        141       33        13        13            4    –       –        –        –
655      Subdividers and developers                                 223          1 321           5 533           35         24        6         2         2            1    –       –        –        –
6552        Subdividers and developers, n.e.c.                      120            535           2 463           30         23        4         2         1            –    –       –        –        –
6553        Cemetery subdividers and developers                     103            786           3 070            5          1        2         –         1            1    –       –        –        –
67     Holding and other investment offices                          (F)            (D)             (D)          56         46        4         3         2            –    –       1        –        –
673      Trusts                                                     420          1 613           7 771           27         23        –         2         1            –    –       1        –        –
6732        Educational, religious, etc. trusts                     372          1 357           6 688            9          7        –         –         1            –    –       1        –        –
           Services                                              61 199        302 056      1 343    938      5 362     3 185     1 082       615       291      107        60     14       4         4
70     Hotels and other lodging places                            1 777          4 472         18    185         90        43        11        15        13        4         3      1       –         –
701      Hotels and motels                                        1 614          4 138         16    097         61        24         6        12        11        4         3      1       –         –
72     Personal services                                          2 734          8 753         36    314        370       233        82        36        12        3         4      –       –         –
721      Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                  1 390          5 325         22    683        124        82        20         9         7        3         3      –       –         –
7213       Linen supply                                             351          1 722          6    717          7         1         –         1         2        2         1      –       –         –
7216       Drycleaning plants, except rug                           409          1 090          4    776         66        40        15         6         5        –         –      –       –         –
7218       Industrial launderers                                    486          2 138          9    621          4         1         –         –         –        1         2      –       –         –
722      Photographic studios, portrait                             178            386          1    915         32        19         8         4         1        –         –      –       –         –
723      Beauty shops                                               535          1 217          5    194        125        74        39        12         –        –         –      –       –         –
726      Funeral service and crematories                            204            891          3    432         24         9         9         2         4        –         –      –       –         –
729      Miscellaneous personal services                            404            876          2    817         47        31         6         9         –        –         1      –       –         –
7291       Tax return preparation services                          315            733          2    141         22        14         1         6         –        –         1      –       –         –
73     Business services                                           8 999        32 193         142   849         642       353      131        79        42           16    17      3       1         –
731      Advertising                                                 177         1 034           4   893          35        22        5         7         1            –     –      –       –         –
7311       Advertising agencies                                      118           731           3   540          24        14        5         5         –            –     –      –       –         –
732      Credit reporting and collection                             194           882           3   717          18         7        4         5         2            –     –      –       –         –
7322       Adjustment and collection services                        104           532           2   312          12         5        4         2         1            –     –      –       –         –
733      Mailing, reproduction, stenographic                         207           968           4   027          43        31        8         1         3            –     –      –       –         –
734      Services to buildings                                     1 548         4 361          19   473         152        80       35        25         7            3     1      1       –         –
7342       Disinfecting and pest control services                    324         1 499           7   046          40        16       10        12         2            –     –      –       –         –
7349       Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                   1 223         2 861          12   411         110        62       25        13         5            3     1      1       –         –
735      Misc. equipment rental and leasing                          593         3 488          15   429          83        38       28        11         6            –     –      –       –         –
7353       Heavy construction equipment rental                       217         1 470           6   552          12         1        3         4         4            –     –      –       –         –
7359       Equipment rental and leasing, n.e.c.                      320         1 567           7   118          60        32       20         6         2            –     –      –       –         –
736      Personnel supply services                                 2 181         6 330          28   404          45        18        6         3         2            5    10      1       –         –
7363       Help supply services                                    2 151         6 192          27   707          32         7        4         3         2            5    10      1       –         –
737      Computer and data processing services                       660         6 069          25   845          64        43       10         6         4            –     –      1       –         –
7374       Data processing and preparation                           395         4 433          17   861           9         4        2         1         1            –     –      1       –         –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                               Industry                        for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       FRESNO Con.
           Services Con.
73     Business services Con.
738      Miscellaneous business services                           3 439         9   061        41   057         201       113        35       21        17           8     6       –       1         –
7381       Detective and armored car services                      1 263         3   333        15   337          41        15         8        5         6           4     3       –       –         –
7382       Security systems services                                 257         1   599         6   645           6         2         –        2         –           –     2       –       –         –
7389       Business services, n.e.c.                               1 854         3   934        18   043         139        89        19       14        11           4     1       –       1         –

75     Auto repair, services, and parking                          2 667        11 416          50 226           504       342      100        46        11           4      –      1        –        –
751      Automotive rentals, no drivers                              557         2 863          11 948            29        11         8        7         1           1      –      1        –        –
7514       Passenger car rental                                      449         1 951           8 960            12         2         4        3         1           1      –      1        –        –
753      Automotive repair shops                                   1 521         6 917          30   632         399       288       75        31         5            –     –      –        –        –
7532       Top and body repair and paint shops                       492         2 411          11   116         100        65       21        10         4            –     –      –        –        –
7538       General automotive repair shops                           671         2 679          11   486         205       161       31        12         1            –     –      –        –        –
7539       Automotive repair shops, n.e.c.                           146           773           3   237          40        28        9         3         –            –     –      –        –        –
7549       Automotive services, n.e.c.                               204           919           4   143          38        22       10         4         2            –     –      –        –        –

76     Miscellaneous repair services                               1 226         6 329          26 442           195       123        34       28         8           1     1       –        –        –
762      Electrical repair shops                                     523         2 829          12 154            57        31        13        9         2           1     1       –        –        –
7629       Electrical repair shops, n.e.c.                           381         2 113           8 969            30        15         7        4         2           1     1       –        –        –
769      Miscellaneous repair shops                                  626         3 230          13 204           111        70        17       18         6            –     –      –        –        –
7699       Repair services, n.e.c.                                   506         2 677          10 975            93        58        16       15         4            –     –      –        –        –

78     Motion pictures                                               654         1 002           4 063            79        42       11        19         6           1      –      –        –        –
783      Motion picture theaters                                     296             412         1 731            18         7         –        4         6           1      –      –        –        –
784      Video tape rental                                           335             544         2 105            55        30       11        14         –            –     –      –        –        –

79     Amusement and recreation services                           1 885         4 467          22 126           127        57        32       12        13           11    2       –        –        –
791      Dance studios, schools, and halls                           136             275         1 427            17         4         8        3         2            –     –      –        –        –
792      Producers, orchestras, entertainers                         134             280         1 498            11         7         –        3         –           1      –      –        –        –
793      Bowling centers                                             104             223             904           5         –         3         –        1           1      –      –        –        –
799      Misc. amusement, recreation services                      1 500         3 651          18   158          90        42       21         6        10           9     2       –        –        –
7991       Physical fitness facilities                               366           585           2   872          19        10        3         1         1           4     –       –        –        –
7992       Public golf courses                                       122           355           1   735           7         1        2         2         1           1     –       –        –        –
7997       Membership sports and recreation clubs                    389         1 253           5   609          13         3        –         1         6           3     –       –        –        –
7999       Amusement and recreation, n.e.c.                          464         1 030           5   136          38        23       10         2         1           –     2       –        –        –

80     Health services                                           23 078        149 296         673 191        1 425        829      334       145        56           30    23      3       1         4
801      Offices and clinics of medical doctors                    4 866        42 334         210 671           682       409      169        66        27           7     3       1        –        –
802      Offices and clinics of dentists                           1 635         9 654          46 859           294       155        97       36         5           1      –      –        –        –
804      Offices of other health practitioners                       975         4   359        20   249         258       196       45        11         6            –     –      –        –        –
8041       Offices and clinics of chiropractors                      334         1   207         5   564         116        95       19         2         –            –     –      –        –        –
8042       Offices and clinics of optometrists                       324         1   541         6   822          53        31       15         3         4            –     –      –        –        –
8049       Offices of health practitioners, n.e.c.                   268         1   394         6   803          71        53       11         5         2            –     –      –        –        –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                      3 290        11 486          49 840            48         6         –        9         6           13    14      –        –        –
806      Hospitals                                               10 688         73 052         311 595            15         1         –        1         –           2     4       2       1         4
807      Medical and dental laboratories                             550         3 041          10 110            56        34        11        5         3           2     1       –        –        –
8071      Medical laboratories                                       438         2 560           8 079            30        15         6        4         2           2     1       –        –        –
8072      Dental laboratories                                        112           481           2 031            26        19         5        1         1           –     –       –        –        –
808      Home health care services                                   423         1 980           8 461            18         7         –        4         4           3      –      –        –        –
809      Health and allied services, n.e.c.                          575         2 896          13 165            44        17         9       11         4           2     1       –        –        –

81     Legal services                                              2 201        18 848          85 005           368       266        48       29        19           5     1       –        –        –

82     Educational services                                        1 825         6 640          27 635           104        54        17       14        12           4     2       –       1         –
821      Elementary and secondary schools                            990         3 276          12 994            29        16         1        5         4           1     1       –       1         –
822      Colleges and universities                                   396         1 703           7 208            10         2         2         –        2           3     1       –        –        –
824      Vocational schools                                          174             749         3 394            21         8         6        4         3            –     –      –        –        –
829      Schools and educational services, n.e.c.                    262             906         4 016            43        27         8        5         3            –     –      –        –        –

83     Social services                                             4 295        14 229          61 084           382       176        79       75        39           9     2       2        –        –
832      Individual and family services                              992         2 983          12 778            85        40        18       13         9           5      –      –        –        –
833      Job training and related services                           493         2 225           9 781            39         9       11        12         6           1      –      –        –        –
835      Child day care services                                   1 045         2 781          11 266           101        47        19       24        10            –     –      1        –        –
836      Residential care                                          1 505         5 180          22 434           114        55        21       22        10           3     2       1        –        –
839      Social services, n.e.c.                                     260         1 060           4 792            41        23       10         4         4            –     –      –        –        –

86     Membership organizations                                    4 731        15 181          64 040           456       281        91       46        26           6     3       2       1         –
861      Business associations                                       154             895         3 930            32        25         3        3         1            –     –      –        –        –
863      Labor organizations                                         260         1 370           5 625            50        31         8       10         1            –     –      –        –        –
864      Civic and social associations                               355             787         3 621            76        56       12         5         2           1      –      –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                   3 595        10 258          42 426           257       144        59       27        18           3     3       2       1         –
869      Membership organizations, n.e.c.                            258         1 448           5 767            21        12         4        1         2           2      –      –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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50     CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                               COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.          Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                              Industry                         for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       FRESNO Con.
           Services Con.
87     Engineering and management services                         4 297        23   404       107   196         559       358        98       61        27           12    2       1        –        –
871      Engineering and architectural services                    1 146         8   031        37   081         146        81        28       21        14            2    –       –        –        –
8711       Engineering services                                      836         5   962        27   738          84        42        14       15        11            2    –       –        –        –
8712       Architectural services                                    232         1   668         7   673          47        31         9        5         2            –    –       –        –        –
872      Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                     1 387         7   664        34   821         277       191        49       28         6            3    –       –        –        –
873      Research and testing services                               302         1   225         5   692          20         7         6        1         4            2    –       –        –        –
8732       Commercial nonphysical research                           144             376         1   652           7         2         2        1         1            1    –       –        –        –
8734       Testing laboratories                                      101             532         2   017           6         2         2        –         1            1    –       –        –        –
874      Management and public relations                           1 462         6   484        29   602         116        79        15       11         3            5    2       1        –        –
8741       Management services                                       912         4   226        18   730          38        19         3        7         3            4    2       –        –        –
8742       Management consulting services                            165         1   125         5   998          34        24         7        2         –            1    –       –        –        –
8748       Business consulting, n.e.c.                               364         1   010         4   438          37        31         3        2         –            –    –       1        –        –
89     Services, n.e.c.                                              122           684           3 065            26        15         6        4         1           –      –      –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                  650         4 951          21 710            30        10         8        5         5           1      –      1        –        –
           Unclassified establishments                               156             314         1 595           113       102         7        3         1            –     –      –        –        –


       GLENN
                  Total                                            4 248        21 396          92 926           479       293        89       62        23           9      –      3        –        –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               60             195         1 212            15         8         6        1         –            –     –      –        –        –
          Construction                                               162             670         3 477            47        40         4        2         1            –     –      –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                     109             447         1 969            26        21         4        –         1            –     –      –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                             997         5 370          25   887          36        17         7        4         5           1      –      2        –        –
20     Food and kindred products                                     490         2 471          10   439          12         3         3        1         3           1      –      1        –        –
202      Dairy products                                              101           713           2   634           4         1         –        1         2           –      –      –        –        –
2022       Cheese, natural and processed                             101           713           2   634           4         1         –        1         2           –      –      –        –        –
32     Stone, clay, and glass products                                (E)            (D)             (D)           4         –         1        1         1            –     –      1        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                       736         7 578          29 030            42        23         7        8         2           1      –      1        –        –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                      231         1 371           6 816            29        17         5        5         1           1      –      –        –        –
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                           (E)            (D)             (D)           5         2         –        1         1            –     –      1        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                           422         2 023           8 786            43        17         8       14         2           2      –      –        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                               141           678           3 129            18         8         3        6         1           –      –      –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                            281         1 345           5 657            25         9         5        8         1           2      –      –        –        –
519     Misc. nondurable goods                                       109           638           2 926            13         4         2        7         –           –      –      –        –        –
           Retail trade                                            1 033         2 527          11 885           124        64        27       19        12           2      –      –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                   281           842           3 717            23        10         6        2         4           1      –      –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              255           771           3 388            18         7         5        1         4           1      –      –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       116             355         1 687            19         8         7        4         –            –     –      –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                    412             633         2 842            37        17         4        9         6           1      –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            399             612         2 750            28         8         4        9         6           1      –      –        –        –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                          110             306         1 306            20        11         7         –        2            –     –      –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       150           686           2 817            35        24        6         5         –           –      –      –        –        –
           Services                                                  687         2 344           9 821           134        97       24         9         1           3      –      –        –        –
80     Health services                                               260         1 139           4 737            24        14         5        2         1           2      –      –        –        –
           Unclassified establishments                                  1             3               11           3         3         –         –        –            –     –      –        –        –



       HUMBOLDT

                  Total                                          34 228        147 700         647 456        3 638     2 083       790       419       243           66    30      4       2         1
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              620         2 598          14 914            71        47        12        8         2           1     1       –        –        –
07     Agricultural services                                         462         1 626           7 961            45        28         9        7         –            –    1       –        –        –
074      Veterinary services                                         126           314           1 364            15         5         4        6         –            –    –       –        –        –
078      Landscape and horticultural services                        314         1 261           6 303            23        18         3        1         –            –    1       –        –        –
08     Forestry                                                      144             924         6 742            16         9         3        1         2           1      –      –        –        –
           Mining                                                     (A)            (D)             (D)           3         2         –        1         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Construction                                            1 846         7 096          37 276           416       305        64       27        17           3      –      –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                    861         3 171          15 705           219       168        29       13         9            –     –      –        –        –
151     General building contractors                                 780         2 973          14 659           198       151        28       10         9            –     –      –        –        –
16     Heavy construction, except building                           148             587         5 390            30        22         2        3         3            –     –      –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                     837         3 338          16   181         167       115        33       11         5           3      –      –        –        –
171      Plumbing, heating, air-conditioning                         186         1 018           4   567          24        14         7        1         –           2      –      –        –        –
173      Electrical work                                             122           464           2   196          30        20         7        2         1           –      –      –        –        –
174      Masonry, stonework, and plastering                          109           325           1   513          28        21         4        2         1           –      –      –        –        –
176      Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                       141           666           3   520          10         4         3        1         1           1      –      –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                              Industry                         for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       HUMBOLDT            Con.
           Manufacturing                                           6 476        43 100         181   618         289       151        56       23        31           13    12      2        –        1
20     Food and kindred products                                     773         2 863          11   694          30        12         7        3         3            3     2      –        –        –
205      Bakery products                                             130           531           2   229           3         –         –        1         1            1     –      –        –        –
2051       Bread, cake, and related products                         130           531           2   229           3         –         –        1         1            1     –      –        –        –
209      Misc. food and kindred products                             481         1 474           5   881           9         4         –        1         1            1     2      –        –        –
23     Apparel and other textile products                            170            482          2 107             8         2         2        1         2           1      –      –        –        –
24     Lumber and wood products                                    3 699        25 087         116   447         140        81        22       11        13           5     5       2        –        1
241      Logging                                                     508         2 815          21   250          92        67        15        3         6           –     1       –        –        –
242      Sawmills and planing mills                                2 957        21 139          89   249          33         8         4        5         5           4     4       2        –        1
249      Miscellaneous wood products                                 144           780           4   473           6         2         –        2         1           1     –       –        –        –
26     Paper and allied products                                      (E)           (D)              (D)           2         –         –         –        –            –     2      –        –        –
27     Printing and publishing                                       562         2 540          10   651          35        18        10        2         1           2     2       –        –        –
271      Newspapers                                                  277         1 434           6   017          10         3         4        –         1           1     1       –        –        –
275      Commercial printing                                         181           831           3   409          15         8         4        2         –           –     1       –        –        –
2752        Commercial printing, lithographic                        180           830           3   389          13         6         4        2         –           –     1       –        –        –
32     Stone, clay, and glass products                               100            572          3 179            12         7         1        1         3            –     –      –        –        –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            235         1 424           5 780            16         7         5        2         1            –    1       –        –        –
39     Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                        115            311          1 496             9         5         2        –         1           1      –      –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                   (C)            (D)            (D)            4         1         –        1         1           1      –      –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                     1 863        12 536          54 917           153        88        20       21        16           7      –      1        –        –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                      784         4 002          21 522            90        58         9       11         8           4      –      –        –        –
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                   767         3 959          21 332            85        54         9       10         8           4      –      –        –        –
48     Communication                                                 422         2 661          10 429            23         7         6        4         4           2      –      –        –        –
481      Telephone communication                                     139         1 507           5 518            10         4         4        1         –           1      –      –        –        –
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          440         5 046          19 492             9         5         –        1         1           1      –      1        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                         1 363         6 813          29 912           163        72        44       29        18            –     –      –        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                               752         4 001          18   031          94        38       30        17         9            –     –      –        –        –
501     Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                          184           863           3   588          22         5       10         6         1            –     –      –        –        –
5013      Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                       116           535           2   061          13         2        6         4         1            –     –      –        –        –
508     Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           112           943           3   656          20        12        4         3         1            –     –      –        –        –
509     Miscellaneous durable goods                                  137           457           2   431          15         8        3         1         3            –     –      –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                             (F)           (D)             (D)           67        32        14       12         9            –     –      –        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                              229         1 055           4 150            23        11         6        1         5            –     –      –        –        –
           Retail trade                                            9 469        27 738         118 520           974       438      271       146        94           18    7       –        –        –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        529         2 156           9 769            64        31       17        10         5            –    1       –        –        –
521      Lumber and other building materials                         256         1 142           4 934            22        10        6         2         3            –    1       –        –        –
525      Hardware stores                                             117           455           2 017            16         9        1         5         1            –    –       –        –        –
53     General merchandise stores                                    709         1 702           7 416            19         4         5        3         2           2     3       –        –        –
531      Department stores                                           575         1 370           6 024             5         –         –        –         –           2     3       –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                 1 710         6 292          26 213           140        62        43       12        16           5     2       –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                            1 471         5 736          23 920            97        40        26       11        13           5     2       –        –        –
546      Retail bakeries                                             120           259             977            17         9         4        1         3           –     –       –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       915         4 123          19   014         121        61       37        12        10           1      –      –        –        –
551      New and used car dealers                                    361         2 178          10   321          13         –        –         4         8           1      –      –        –        –
553      Auto and home supply stores                                 126           560           2   630          23        15        4         3         1           –      –      –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   329           946           3   949          63        31       29         2         1           –      –      –        –        –
56     Apparel and accessory stores                                  537         1 224           5 222            70        30       29         9         –           2      –      –        –        –
562      Women’s clothing stores                                     148           299           1 218            25        13        7         5         –           –      –      –        –        –
565      Family clothing stores                                      276           628           2 730            19         2       12         3         –           2      –      –        –        –
57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          303         1 021           4 142            58        31       20         7         –            –     –      –        –        –
571      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        173           596           2 501            30        16        8         6         –            –     –      –        –        –
573      Radio, television, and computer stores                      119           387           1 496            24        11       12         1         –            –     –      –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                  3 141         5 428          23 434           276        98       62        62        48           6      –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                          2 952         5 040          21 824           227        67       47        59        48           6      –      –        –        –
5813        Drinking places                                          166           369           1 354            36        20       14         2         –           –      –      –        –        –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                        1 587         5 325          21   977         221       119       57        29        13           2     1       –        –        –
591      Drug stores and proprietary stores                          405         1 941           8   022          23         4        5         6         7           1     –       –        –        –
593      Used merchandise stores                                     130           259           1   133          21        11        6         3         1           –     –       –        –        –
594      Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                         582         1 514           6   224          99        61       23        11         3           –     1       –        –        –
5941       Sporting goods and bicycle shops                          137           405           1   747          18        10        3         3         2           –     –       –        –        –
5942       Book stores                                               159           435           1   497          12         7        2         1         1           –     1       –        –        –
5947       Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                         124           217           1   070          38        27       11         –         –           –     –       –        –        –
596      Nonstore retailers                                          191           725           2   968          19        10        4         2         2           1     –       –        –        –
5961       Catalog and mail-order houses                             141           541           2   193          10         5        1         2         1           1     –       –        –        –
599      Retail stores, n.e.c.                                       161           485           1   939          37        21       14         2         –           –     –       –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                       Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                     number
                                 Industry                      for week                                           of                                                       100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                  establish-      1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual         ments           4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       HUMBOLDT          Con.
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                     1 677         7 837          34 346          265        170        53       25        13           3     1       –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       641         3 039          12 265           45          7        18       11         6           3      –      –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                            448         2 120           8 588           25          1         8        8         6           2      –      –        –        –
606      Credit unions                                               128            575          2 678           13          6         5        1         –           1      –      –        –        –

64     Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        200         1 084           5 066           54         40       10         3         1            –     –      –        –        –

65     Real estate                                                   409         1 406           6 136          127        101       15         8         3            –     –      –        –        –
651      Real estate operators and lessors                           218            757          2 971           59         44       10         3         2            –     –      –        –        –
653      Real estate agents and managers                             114            277          1 293           53         46         3        4         –            –     –      –        –        –

67     Holding and other investment offices                          247            747          3 711           11          7         1        1         1            –    1       –        –        –

           Services                                              10 859         39 759         174 320       1 274         782      268       139        52           21    9       1       2         –
70     Hotels and other lodging places                               800         1 744           8 462           92         54       15        14         5           3     1       –        –        –
701      Hotels and motels                                           746         1 670           7 905           75         43         9       14         5           3     1       –        –        –

72     Personal services                                             318            907          3 800           60         38       15         4         2           1      –      –        –        –
721      Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                     144            450          1 942           22         15         5         –        1           1      –      –        –        –

73     Business services                                             783         2 525          10 696          110         68        24       13         3           1     1       –        –        –
734      Services to buildings                                       108            204             822          25         19         2        4         –            –     –      –        –        –
7349       Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                     100            167             646          20         14         2        4         –            –     –      –        –        –
735      Misc. equipment rental and leasing                          112            545          2 297           18          9         4        4         1            –     –      –        –        –
738      Miscellaneous business services                             377         1 010           4 376           27         17         4        3         1           1     1       –        –        –
7381       Detective and armored car services                        290           659           2 765            6          2         –        1         1           1     1       –        –        –

75     Auto repair, services, and parking                            298         1 147           5 469          107         85       20         2         –            –     –      –        –        –
753      Automotive repair shops                                     237            933          4 307           84         66       16         2         –            –     –      –        –        –

76     Miscellaneous repair services                                 137            573          2 692           34         28         2        3         1            –     –      –        –        –

78     Motion pictures                                               159            336          1 397           22         10         4        8         –            –     –      –        –        –

79     Amusement and recreation services                             492            828          3 574           44         21         5       11         6           1      –      –        –        –
799      Misc. amusement, recreation services                        338            567          2 569           30         16         2        7         4           1      –      –        –        –
7991       Physical fitness facilities                               149            175            742            6          2         –        1         2           1      –      –        –        –
7997       Membership sports and recreation clubs                    102            270          1 233            9          4         1        3         1           –      –      –        –        –

80     Health services                                             4 348        20 746          91 073          276        142        81       26        11           9     4       1       2         –
801      Offices and clinics of medical doctors                    1 022         5 968          27 503          116         62        30       15         4           5      –      –        –        –
802      Offices and clinics of dentists                             369         1 434           6 458           67         28       34         4         1            –     –      –        –        –
804      Offices of other health practitioners                       232            907          4 121           56         36       15         4         1            –     –      –        –        –
8049       Offices of health practitioners, n.e.c.                   107            517          2 594           24         16        5         2         1            –     –      –        –        –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                        602         1 981           8 273            9          1         1         –        1           4     2       –        –        –
806      Hospitals                                                 1 747         8 871          37 607            4          –         –         –        –            –    1       1       2         –
808      Home health care services                                   238         1 053           4 591            6          3         –         –        2            –    1       –        –        –
809      Health and allied services, n.e.c.                          113            396          1 632            7          2         –        3         2            –     –      –        –        –

81     Legal services                                                256         1 350           5 811           78         58       16         4         –            –     –      –        –        –

82     Educational services                                          165            448          1 764           21         11         5        2         3            –     –      –        –        –

83     Social services                                             1 670         4 186          17 505          169         93        34       27         9           3     3       –        –        –
832      Individual and family services                              624         1 362           5 589           44         21         8        6         7           1     1       –        –        –
833      Job training and related services                           279            504          2 163           11          4         3        1         1           1     1       –        –        –
835      Child day care services                                     413            842          3 396           57         31       13        12         –            –    1       –        –        –
836      Residential care                                            171            390          1 622           38         26         7        4         1            –     –      –        –        –
839      Social services, n.e.c.                                     183         1 088           4 729           16          8         3        4         –           1      –      –        –        –

86     Membership organizations                                      759         1 426           5 870          130         89       19        13         7           2      –      –        –        –
864      Civic and social associations                               248            454          1 955           30         20         6        1         1           2      –      –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                     363            501          1 986           66         43       10         9         4            –     –      –        –        –

87     Engineering and management services                           621         3 347          15 326          118         76        25       11         5           1      –      –        –        –
871      Engineering and architectural services                      234         1 571           8 232           36         22         7        4         2           1      –      –        –        –
8711       Engineering services                                      192         1 369           7 234           23         14         2        4         2           1      –      –        –        –
872      Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                       219         1 018           4 016           50         34       11         4         1            –     –      –        –        –

           Unclassified establishments                                (B)           (D)             (D)          30         28         2         –        –            –     –      –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                             Industry                          for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       IMPERIAL
                Total                                            23 188         92 438         396 637        2 264     1 192       486       320       196           44    20      6        –        –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing            1 436         3 845          11 893            67        31        15        9         8            –    2       2        –        –
07     Agricultural services                                         (G)            (D)             (D)           64        29        15        8         8            –    2       2        –        –
072      Crop services                                               540         1 993           5 551            26         9         8        4         4            –    –       1        –        –
076      Farm labor and management services                          456           781           2 393            11         5         1        –         3            –    2       –        –        –
0761       Farm labor contractors                                    407           555           1 713             7         3         1        –         1            –    2       –        –        –
           Mining                                                    535         4 646          20 086             9         4         1         –        2            –    1       1        –        –
10     Metal mining                                                   (E)           (D)             (D)            2         –         –         –        –            –    1       1        –        –
           Construction                                            1 552         6 484          28 190           166        85       39        20        16           6      –      –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                    400         1 258           4 882            54        31       13         6         3           1      –      –        –        –
151     General building contractors                                 345         1 011           3 683            45        28        9         4         3           1      –      –        –        –
16     Heavy construction, except building                           211         1 214           5 315            15         4         6        1         3           1      –      –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                     941         4 012          17   993          97        50        20       13        10           4      –      –        –        –
171      Plumbing, heating, air-conditioning                         156           813           3   925          23        14         4        2         3           –      –      –        –        –
173      Electrical work                                             133           598           2   762          17         7         4        5         1           –      –      –        –        –
174      Masonry, stonework, and plastering                          112           386           1   880           8         3         2        1         1           1      –      –        –        –
177      Concrete work                                               208           734           3   677          10         4         1        1         2           2      –      –        –        –
179      Misc. special trade contractors                             185           716           2   478          20        12         5        1         1           1      –      –        –        –
1799       Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                         156           605           1   965          13         8         2        1         1           1      –      –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                           1 558         7 814          33 380            58        18        10       10        12           4     3       1        –        –
20     Food and kindred products                                     196           922           5 895             7         2         1        2         1           –     1       –        –        –
23     Apparel and other textile products                            262            649          2 533             3         –         –         –        2            –    1       –        –        –
233      Women’s and misses’ outerwear                               262            649          2 533             3         –         –         –        2            –    1       –        –        –
27     Printing and publishing                                       174            718          2 977             7         2         2        2         –            –    1       –        –        –
32     Stone, clay, and glass products                               420         3 314          13 191             5         –         1         –        2           1      –      1        –        –
327      Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products                      420         3 314          13 191             5         –         1         –        2           1      –      1        –        –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            101            497          2 141            13         7         3        1         2            –     –      –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                     1 574         9 626          45 385           163        82        35       26        16           3     1       –        –        –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                      629         2 894          13 026            87        47        20       14         4           2     –       –        –        –
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                   559         2 535          11 816            78        39        20       14         4           1     –       –        –        –
47     Transportation services                                       170            649          3 112            25        13         6        4         2            –     –      –        –        –
48     Communication                                                 253         1 755           6 140            16         6         2        2         5           1      –      –        –        –
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          426         3 956          21 391            15         5         1        3         5            –    1       –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                         2 541        12 631          51   104         270       135       60        43        25           6     1       –        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                               966         4 751          19   443         134        70       34        22         6           2     –       –        –        –
501     Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                          242           994           4   456          32        16        6         8         2           –     –       –        –        –
5013      Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                       119           522           2   287          16         9        2         3         2           –     –       –        –        –
508     Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           397         2 417           9   628          47        21       15         6         3           2     –       –        –        –
5083      Farm and garden machinery                                  193         1 265           5   163          20         8        6         3         2           1     –       –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                          1 559         7 815          31   191         133        63        26       20        19           4     1       –        –        –
514     Groceries and related products                               487         2 547           9   410          39        21         6        5         6           –     1       –        –        –
5148      Fresh fruits and vegetables                                264         1 507           4   995          16         9         2        1         3           –     1       –        –        –
5149      Groceries and related products, n.e.c.                     145           686           2   933          11         5         1        3         2           –     –       –        –        –
517     Petroleum and petroleum products                             109           638           2   693           9         1         5        1         2           –     –       –        –        –
5171      Petroleum bulk stations and terminals                      109           638           2   693           9         1         5        1         2           –     –       –        –        –
519     Misc. nondurable goods                                       662         3 119          12   147          47        15        12       10         7           3     –       –        –        –
5191      Farm supplies                                              598         2 884          11   255          36        11         7        8         7           3     –       –        –        –
           Retail trade                                            8 251        23 808         101   919         695       321      165       105        78           16    8       2        –        –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        311         1 097           4   514          32        12        9         7         4            –    –       –        –        –
521      Lumber and other building materials                         105           492           1   939           9         2        2         4         1            –    –       –        –        –
525      Hardware stores                                             147           442           1   859          12         6        1         2         3            –    –       –        –        –
53     General merchandise stores                                  1 629         4 679          19 353            31         9         4        4         4           4     4       2        –        –
531     Department stores                                          1 008         2 648          10 918             7         –         –        –         –           4     1       2        –        –
533     Variety stores                                               104           240             972             7         1         1        3         2           –     –       –        –        –
539     Misc. general merchandise stores                             517         1 791           7 463            17         8         3        1         2           –     3       –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                 1 604         5 467          24 498            92        27        21       20        15           7     2       –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                            1 512         5 290          23 754            76        19        17       16        15           7     2       –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       943         3 902          16   428          92        34       31        18         7           2      –      –        –        –
551      New and used car dealers                                    210         1 620           6   611           6         1        –         1         3           1      –      –        –        –
553      Auto and home supply stores                                 341         1 377           6   081          27         6       12         6         2           1      –      –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   344           813           3   345          46        17       17        10         2           –      –      –        –        –
56     Apparel and accessory stores                                  610         1 404           6   033          96        62       20         7         6            –    1       –        –        –
562      Women’s clothing stores                                     190           356           1   523          42        31        7         1         3            –    –       –        –        –
565      Family clothing stores                                      270           701           2   982          14         4        2         4         3            –    1       –        –        –
566      Shoe stores                                                 114           272           1   187          24        14        8         2         –            –    –       –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                                 Industry                      for week                                            of                                                     100    250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to      to     to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99      249    499      999     more

       IMPERIAL Con.
           Retail trade    Con.
57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores                           (C)            (D)            (D)           37        20        12        4         1           –     –       –        –        –
571      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        122            449          2 004            15         5         6        3         1           –     –       –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                  2 176         3 886          16 593           174        74        33       29        34           3    1        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                          2 071         3 732          15 703           144        49        31       26        34           3    1        –        –        –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                          723         2 447          10   443         138        83       34        15         6           –     –       –        –        –
591      Drug stores and proprietary stores                          194         1 027           4   008          15         1        5         5         4           –     –       –        –        –
594      Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                         217           507           2   105          56        38       14         4         –           –     –       –        –        –
599      Retail stores, n.e.c.                                       157           340           1   536          33        20       11         1         1           –     –       –        –        –
5999       Miscellaneous retail stores, n.e.c.                       104           243           1   145          20        11        8         –         1           –     –       –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                     1 193         5 406          22 669           165       104        25       23        10           3     –       –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       538         2 666          10 464            33         8         4       13         6           2     –       –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                            388         2 082           7 853            17         1         1        8         6           1     –       –        –        –
64     Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        126            680          2 747            38        29         7        2         –           –     –       –        –        –
65     Real estate                                                   391         1 275           5 980            68        49       10         6         2           1     –       –        –        –
651      Real estate operators and lessors                           186           607           2 643            42        31        7         3         1           –     –       –        –        –
653      Real estate agents and managers                             159           568           2 882            21        15        3         2         –           1     –       –        –        –
           Services                                                4 515        18 079          81 623           653       395      136        83        29           6    4        –        –        –
70     Hotels and other lodging places                               418            815          3 460            26        12         4        3         6           –    1        –        –        –
701     Hotels and motels                                            382            707          3 003            20         9         3        1         6           –    1        –        –        –
72     Personal services                                             260            811          2 976            42        23       11         7         –           1     –       –        –        –
721      Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                     114            356          1 403            13         7        3         2         –           1     –       –        –        –
73     Business services                                             511         1 486           6 625            64        34       15         9         5           1     –       –        –        –
734      Services to buildings                                       151           193             851            13         3        6         2         2           –     –       –        –        –
7349       Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                     133           125             543            10         2        4         2         2           –     –       –        –        –
735      Misc. equipment rental and leasing                          114           505           2 143            13         8        3         –         1           1     –       –        –        –
738      Miscellaneous business services                             172           400           1 614            26        16        4         5         1           –     –       –        –        –
75     Auto repair, services, and parking                            274            994          4 447            70        50       13         7         –           –     –       –        –        –
753      Automotive repair shops                                     188            716          3 250            51        38        8         5         –           –     –       –        –        –
76     Miscellaneous repair services                                 127            529          2 545            33        24         6        3         –           –     –       –        –        –
79     Amusement and recreation services                             131            279          1 114            16        10         2        2         2           –     –       –        –        –
799      Misc. amusement, recreation services                        111            244            968            11         6         2        1         2           –     –       –        –        –
80     Health services                                             1 274         7 729          37   000         146        74       40        22         5           3    2        –        –        –
801      Offices and clinics of medical doctors                      373         3 523          19   022          73        39       23        11         –           –    –        –        –        –
802      Offices and clinics of dentists                             216         1 072           4   519          26        11       10         4         –           1    –        –        –        –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                        216           853           3   501           5         –        –         2         1           1    1        –        –        –
809      Health and allied services, n.e.c.                          154           638           2   433          10         3        2         2         3           –    –        –        –        –
81     Legal services                                                167         1 075           4 516            38        28         5        5         –           –     –       –        –        –
83     Social services                                               528         1 197           5 077            47        24         8        9         4           1    1        –        –        –
833      Job training and related services                           145           398           1 719             7         1         2        2         1           1    –        –        –        –
839      Social services, n.e.c.                                     175           339           1 466             6         3         1        1         –           –    1        –        –        –
86     Membership organizations                                      312            701          2 885            72        52       13         5         2           –     –       –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                     175            327          1 348            32        19        8         3         2           –     –       –        –        –
87     Engineering and management services                           378         2 045           9   211          76        51       13         8         4           –     –       –        –        –
871      Engineering and architectural services                      111           716           3   574          18         9        6         1         2           –     –       –        –        –
872      Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                       149           744           3   238          34        23        6         4         1           –     –       –        –        –
874      Management and public relations                             100           477           1   893          21        17        1         2         1           –     –       –        –        –

           Unclassified establishments                                33             99              388          18        17         –        1         –           –     –       –        –        –



       INYO

                Total                                              4 072        15 373          67 309           617       360      141        69        43           4     –       –        –        –

           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               (B)           (D)              (D)           4         3         –        1         –           –     –       –        –        –
           Mining                                                     95            800          3 028             9         3         3        2         1           –     –       –        –        –
           Construction                                              157            735          3 421            60        48         9        3         –           –     –       –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                     102            456          2 163            38        30         6        2         –           –     –       –        –        –

           Manufacturing                                             238         1 126           5 222            16         7         2        2         5           –     –       –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                       181         1 786           7 178            29        19         5        2         3           –     –       –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                           192         1 046           4 733            36        19       10         7         –           –     –       –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                            147            775          3 554            23        10         6        7         –           –     –       –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                   CALIFORNIA 55

Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                                Industry                       for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       INYO Con.
           Retail trade                                            1 831         5 290          23 063           206        97        54       30        22           3      –      –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                   298         1 198           5 249            19         6         4        4         4           1      –      –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       247            973          3 939            34        15       11         6         2            –     –      –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   133            389          1 409            24        10       10         4         –            –     –      –        –        –

58     Eating and drinking places                                    789         1 603           6 963            60        17       17        11        14           1      –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            779         1 580           6 784            53        11       16        11        14           1      –      –        –        –

59     Miscellaneous retail                                          197            629          2 698            46        35         6        4         1            –     –      –        –        –

           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       153            678          3 065            37        27         6        2         2            –     –      –        –        –
           Services                                                1 201         3 805          17 088           219       136        52       20        10           1      –      –        –        –
70     Hotels and other lodging places                               316            572          3 104            42        22       10         7         2           1      –      –        –        –
701      Hotels and motels                                           290            515          2 783            33        15         9        6         2           1      –      –        –        –

80     Health services                                               222         1 073           4 710            40        24       11         2         3            –     –      –        –        –

83     Social services                                               119            285          1 282            13         6         2        3         2            –     –      –        –        –

86     Membership organizations                                      124            303          1 168            24        13         7        4         –            –     –      –        –        –

           Unclassified establishments                                (A)           (D)              (D)           1         1         –         –        –            –     –      –        –        –



       KERN

                Total                                           127 964        673 519      2 902 518        10 671     5 588     2 272     1 440       946      263       124     27       7         4

           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing            1 986         8 337          41 076           260       169        43       26        14           6     2       –        –        –
07     Agricultural services                                          (G)           (D)              (D)         256       166        42       26        14           6      2      –        –        –
072      Crop services                                               600         3 556          15 198            46        21         9        7         5           4      –      –        –        –
074      Veterinary services                                         269            959          4 400            29        14         4        7         4            –     –      –        –        –
076      Farm labor and management services                          515         1 953          12 685            19         8         4        2         2           1     2       –        –        –
0761       Farm labor contractors                                    253           868           8 172             7         4         1        –         1           –     1       –        –        –
0762       Farm management services                                  243         1 037           4 316            10         3         3        1         1           1     1       –        –        –
078      Landscape and horticultural services                        501         1 416           6 395           136       103       21         8         3           1      –      –        –        –

           Mining                                                  7 603        76 816         302 964           214        69        42       35        37           15    11      3       2         –
10     Metal mining                                                   (C)           (D)              (D)           4         1         –        1         1           1      –      –        –        –

13     Oil and gas extraction                                      5 317        48 251         194 201           185        65        39       30        31           9     8       2       1         –
131      Crude petroleum and natural gas                             783         9 943          33 739            37        16         9        6         3           1     2       –        –        –
132      Natural gas liquids                                         995        11 885          41 485            11         –         1        2         5           1      –      2        –        –
138      Oil and gas field services                                3 539        26 423         118 977           137        49        29       22        23           7     6       –       1         –
1381       Drilling oil and gas wells                                760         6 458          30 429            21         7         2        4         3           2     3       –       –         –
1389       Oil and gas field services, n.e.c.                      2 752        19 837          87 868           107        36        24       18        20           5     3       –       1         –

14     Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels                          1 100         9 532          35 042            12         1         3        3         2           1     1       –       1         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                1 070        18 186          69 397            12         1         –        1         3           4     2       1       –         –

           Construction                                            8 761        51 190         242 950        1 158        693      249       134        59           17    4       2        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                     (G)           (D)              (D)         319       218        58       31         9           3      –      –        –        –
151      General building contractors                              1 317         7 924          33 206           270       180        53       27         9           1      –      –        –        –
153      Operative builders                                          256         2 501          11 769            28        21         2        3         –           2      –      –        –        –

16     Heavy construction, except building                         2 010        15 420          82 379            78        30        14       14         8           7     4       1        –        –
161      Highway and street construction                             143            702          2 744            16         9         3        3         –           1      –      –        –        –
162      Heavy construction, except highway                        1 857        14 648          79 315            60        20        10       11         8           6     4       1        –        –

17     Special trade contractors                                   5 115        25 036         113 695           760       445      176        89        42           7      –      1        –        –
171      Plumbing, heating, air-conditioning                         658         3 963          17 927           109        61        22       21         5            –     –      –        –        –
172      Painting and paper hanging                                  230            741          3 669            57        41       10         5         1            –     –      –        –        –
173      Electrical work                                             947         6 113          24 261           117        82        17       10         5           2      –      1        –        –
174      Masonry, stonework, and plastering                          928         3 233          16   547         141        79        39       13         9           1      –      –        –        –
1741      Masonry and other stonework                                113           441           2   437          34        25         7        1         1           –      –      –        –        –
1742      Plastering, drywall, and insulation                        707         2 271          11   614          82        35        29       10         7           1      –      –        –        –
1743      Terrazzo, tile, marble, mosaic work                        108           521           2   496          25        19         3        2         1           –      –      –        –        –
175      Carpentry and floor work                                    340         1 413           6 408            58        33       16         5         4            –     –      –        –        –
1751       Carpentry work                                            263         1 113           4 896            43        21       15         4         3            –     –      –        –        –
176      Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                       287         1 231           5 122            42        25         9        5         2           1      –      –        –        –
177      Concrete work                                               527         2 293          11 129            71        33        22       12         4            –     –      –        –        –
178      Water well drilling                                         132            929          3 764            16         8         5        1         2            –     –      –        –        –
179      Misc. special trade contractors                             997         4 975          24   232         141        76       36        17        10           2      –      –        –        –
1791       Structural steel erection                                 159           675           3   484          17         9        2         3         3           –      –      –        –        –
1794       Excavation work                                           216         1 556           8   196          26        11        9         4         1           1      –      –        –        –
1799       Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                         495         2 064           9   469          79        45       22         6         5           1      –      –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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56     CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                               COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments having payroll but no employees during mid-March pay period.
 (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability
 with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                               Payroll ($1,000)                                     Number of establishments by employment-size class
                                                              Number of                                        Total
 SIC                                                          employees                                      number
                               Industry                        for week                                            of                                                      100   250      500     1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish-     1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to     50 to       to    to       to        or
                                                               March 12 First quarter         Annual          ments          4         9      19        49        99       249   499      999     more

       KERN Con.
           Manufacturing                                           9 929        59 013         262 740           366       158        65       61        43           18    13      6       2         –
20     Food and kindred products                                   3 681        18 074          87   591          28         6         1        3         6           4     4       2       2         –
203      Preserved fruits and vegetables                           1 403         5 935          33   622           5         –         –        –         1           1     2       –       1         –
205      Bakery products                                             153           909           3   817           3         –         –        –         1           2     –       –       –         –
208      Beverages                                                   359         2 208          10   453           3         –         –        –         1           1     1       –       –         –
209      Misc. food and kindred products                             529         4 008          15   933           7         3         –        2         1           –     –       1       –         –
23     Apparel and other textile products                            198            720          2 998             8         4         2         –        –           1     1       –        –        –

24     Lumber and wood products                                      593         1 218           6 784            28        20         4        2         –            –    1       1        –        –
243      Millwork, plywood and structural members                    177            872          4 318            15         9         4        1         –            –    1       –        –        –
249      Miscellaneous wood products                                 401            269          1 889             3         1         –        1         –            –     –      1        –        –

26     Paper and allied products                                      (C)           (D)              (D)           1         –         –         –        –            –     1      –        –        –

27     Printing and publishing                                       957         5 287          23 032            62        37        10        6         6           2      –      1        –        –
271      Newspapers                                                  737         4 387          18 658            12         2         1        2         4           2      –      1        –        –
275      Commercial printing                                         182            745          3 367            38        26         7        3         2            –     –      –        –        –
2752       Commercial printing, lithographic                         125            511          2 222            26        17         5        3         1            –     –      –        –        –

28     Chemicals and allied products                                 279         2 077           9 070            16         3         4        4         4           1      –      –        –        –
287      Agricultural chemicals                                      104            769          3 192             5         1         1        1         1           1      –      –        –        –

29     Petroleum and coal products                                   750         8 192          34 977            10         2         2         –        1           3     1       1        –        –
291      Petroleum refining                                          671         7 662          32 422             6         1         –         –        1           2     1       1        –        –

30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    572         3 642          16 478            15         3         4        1         5           1      –      1        –        –

32     Stone, clay, and glass products                               717         5 255          22 222            29         8         2        8         7           2     2       –        –        –
327      Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products                      366         2 097           9 585            22         5         2        8         6           1      –      –        –        –
3273       Ready-mixed concrete                                      212         1 368           6 684            14         2         2        6         4           –      –      –        –        –

34     Fabricated metal products                                     349         2 302           9 987            35        13         9        8         5            –     –      –        –        –
344      Fabricated structural metal products                        146         1 076           4 791            15         6         4        3         2            –     –      –        –        –

35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            738         4 446          18 393            76        34        14       21         5           2      –      –        –        –
353      Construction and related machinery                          172         1 187           5 247            14         4         3        4         3            –     –      –        –        –
3533       Oil and gas field machinery                               126           957           4 106            10         3         2        3         2            –     –      –        –        –
356      General industrial machinery                                166            931          3 333            11         6         1        2         1           1      –      –        –        –
3561      Pumps and pumping equipment                                106            575          2 108             5         3         –        1         –           1      –      –        –        –
359      Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                                275         1 692           7 055            35        16         8       10         –           1      –      –        –        –

37     Transportation equipment                                      237         2 636           9 751             7         2         1        3         –            –    1       –        –        –

38     Instruments and related products                              243         1 280           6 734             5         2         –        1         1            –    1       –        –        –
384      Medical instruments and supplies                            243         1 280           6 734             5         2         –        1         1           –     1       –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                  213         1 711           5 425             9         4         2        –         1           1     1       –        –        –

           Transportation and public utilities                     9 044        66 874         282 004           539       221      108       101        70           26    10      2       1         –
41     Local and interurban passenger transit                        544         2 590          11 438            37         3        16       10         5           3      –      –        –        –
411      Local and suburban transportation                           426         2 120           9 546            29         –        14        9         4           2      –      –        –        –
4111       Local and suburban transit                                112           396           1 471             3         –         1        –         1           1      –      –        –        –
4119       Local passenger transportation, n.e.c.                    314         1 724           8 075            26         –        13        9         3           1      –      –        –        –

42     Trucking and warehousing                                    3 457        19 132          87 887           266       125        51       42        34           12    1       1        –        –
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                 3 033        16 716          75 786           247       114        48       42        31           11     –      1        –        –
422      Public warehousing and storage                              424         2 416          12 101            19        11         3         –        3           1     1       –        –        –
4221       Farm product warehousing and storage                      159           954           3 892             4         1         –         –        2           1     –       –        –        –

45     Transportation by air                                         736         4 558          19 894            30        12         6        7         2           1     1       1        –        –
451      Air transportation, scheduled                               159            802          3 447            13         4         4        3         1           1      –      –        –        –
458      Airports, flying fields, and services                       548         3 625          15 878            13         6         2        2         1            –    1       1        –        –

46     Pipelines, except natural gas                                 161         1 895           7 971             5         –         1        1         2           1      –      –        –        –
461      Pipelines, except natural gas                               161         1 895           7 971             5         –         1        1         2           1      –      –        –        –

47     Transportation services                                        (C)           (D)              (D)          40        28         6        5         1            –     –      –        –        –
472      Passenger transportation arrangement                        127            427          1 919            29        22         3        4         –            –     –      –        –        –
4724       Travel agencies                                           121            412          1 852            25        18         3        4         –            –     –      –        –        –

48     Communication                                               1 822        13 384          51 546            73        22        10       20        11           5     5       –        –        –
481      Telephone communication                                     871         8 479          31 835            37        14         6        8         5           1     3       –        –        –
4813       Telephone communications, exc. radio                      787         7 906          29 210            31        12         5        7         3           1     3       –        –        –
483      Radio and television broadcasting                           628         3 203          13 328            27         5         3        9         6           3     1       –        –        –

49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                        2 056        23 817          97 055            82        29        16       15        14           4     3       –       1         –
491      Electric services                                           834        11 749          45 720            30         7         2        8        11            –    2       –        –        –
494      Water supply                                                169         1 130           4 709            23        14         6        2         –           1      –      –        –        –
495      Sanitary services                                           352         2 364           9 922            16         5         3        4         1           2     1       –        –        –

       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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Table 2.         Counties Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1993 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad empl