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									County Business Patterns
         1994
              California
                   CBP-94-6




        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 Customer 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
            1994




               Issued September 1996




      U.S. Department of Commerce
           Michael Kantor, 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                          Bryant Benton, 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
     Data Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            V
     Sources of Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                V
     Definitions of Basic Data Items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                  VI
     Industry and Geography Classifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                             VI
     Comparability With Other Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                 VI
     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: 1994 and
                   1993 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      1
     1b.          The State—Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                                                                          3
     1c.          The State—Employees and Annual Payroll by Employment-Size Class: 1994 . . . . . . . .                                                                                                   18
     1d.          The State—Establishments With 1,000 Employees or More by Major Group and
                   Employment-Size Class: 1994 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                        22
     1e.          The State—Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by County: 1994 and 1993 . . . .                                                                                                      23
     2.           Counties—Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                                                                      24


     Description of Publications Issued in Previous Years . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside back cover
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General Explanation


INTRODUCTION                                                       Data for industries with fewer than 100 employees are
                                                                not shown in the printed reports, but are available on
    County Business Patterns is an annual series that           CD-ROM and other computer products. To order printed
provides subnational economic data by industry. The series      County Business Patterns reports, contact the Government
is useful for studying the economic activity of small areas;    Printing Office at 202-512-1800.
analyzing economic changes over time; and as a bench-
mark for statistical series, surveys, and databases between     Electronic Data Formats
economic censuses. The series serves various business
uses such as analyzing market potential, measuring the             County Business Patterns series data are available on
effectiveness of sales and advertising programs, setting        CD-ROM, computer tapes and diskettes, and microfiche.
sales quotas, and developing budgets. The data are also         The CD-ROM contains 1994 and 1993 County Business
used by government agencies for administration and plan-        Patterns data and menu-driven access software. The CD-ROM
ning.                                                           also includes software for creating County Business Pat-
    Most of the nation’s economic activity is covered in this   terns data files compatible with popular database and
series. Data are excluded for self-employed persons, domes-     spreadsheet software. For information and to order other
tic service workers, railroad employees, agricultural pro-      County Business Patterns data products, contact:
duction workers, most government employees, and employ-           Customer Services Branch
ees on ocean-borne vessels or in foreign countries. Data          Administrative and Customer Services Division
are provided by industry in the following economic divi-          Bureau of the Census
sions: agricultural services, forestry, and fishing; mining;       Washington, DC 20233
construction; manufacturing; transportation and public utili-
ties; wholesale trade; retail trade; finance, insurance, and       Telephone: 301-457-4100
real estate; and services. Data are tabulated by industry as      Internet address: <http://www.census.gov/>
defined in the Standard Industrial Classification Manual:
1987.                                                           Special Tabulations
    This series has been published annually since 1964 and
at irregular intervals dating back to 1946. The comparability     Special tabulations, including data for ZIP Codes and
of data over time may be affected by definitional changes in     aggregated by firm, are available on a cost-reimbursable
establishments, activity status, and industrial classifica-      basis. For more information, contact:
tions. For more details on these changes, see the section
‘‘Comparability With Other Data.’’                                Bureau of the Census
                                                                  Economic Planning and Coordination Division
                                                                  Survey Processing and Products Branch
DATA PRODUCTS                                                     Washington, DC 20233
                                                                  Telephone: 301-457-2580
Printed Reports                                                   Fax: 301-457-4433
   The County Business Patterns data series includes a            E-mail: cbp@census.gov
separate printed report for each State, the District of
Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the United States. Individual        SOURCES OF DATA
State reports present payroll and employment data for the
State and counties by industry. The reports also include the       County Business Patterns basic data items are extracted
number of establishments by industry and employment             from the Standard Statistical Establishment List, a file of all
size class.                                                     known single and multiestablishment companies main-
   The United States report presents similar data for the       tained and updated by the Bureau of the Census. The
nation as a whole. In addition, the U.S. report provides        annual Company Organization Survey provides individual
employment and payroll data by employment size class for        establishment data for multiestablishment companies. Data
major industry groups.                                          for single establishment companies are obtained from
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various Census Bureau programs, such as the Annual                March 12. Included are employees on paid sick leave,
Survey of Manufactures and Current Business Surveys, as           holidays, and vacations; not included are proprietors and
well as from administrative records of the Internal Revenue       partners of unincorporated businesses.
Service and the Social Security Administration.
                                                                  INDUSTRY AND GEOGRAPHY
DEFINITIONS OF BASIC DATA ITEMS                                   CLASSIFICATIONS

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

                                                                     Most geography codes are derived from the physical
Payroll
                                                                  location address reported in Census Bureau programs.
    Total payroll includes all forms of compensation, such as     The Internal Revenue Service provides supplemental address
salaries, wages, reported tips, commissions, bonuses,             information. Those employers without a fixed location
vacation allowances, sick-leave pay, employee contribu-           within a State (or of unknown county location) are included
tions to qualified pension plans, and the value of taxable         under a ‘‘statewide’’ classification at the end of the county
fringe benefits. For corporations, it includes amounts paid        tables. This incomplete detail causes only slight understate-
to officers and executives; for unincorporated businesses,        ment of county employment. The independent cities in
it does not include profit or other compensation of propri-        Virginia, and the cities of Baltimore, MD; Carson City, NV;
etors or partners. Payroll is reported before deductions for      and St. Louis, MO, are treated as separate counties.
Social Security, income tax, insurance, union dues, etc.
First-quarter payroll consists of payroll during the January-     COMPARABILITY WITH OTHER DATA
to-March quarter.

Mid-March Employment                                              Earlier County Business Patterns

   Paid employment consists of full- and part-time employ-          The comparability of data with previous County Busi-
ees, including salaried officers and executives of corpora-       ness Patterns series may be affected by the following
tions, who are on the payroll in the pay period including         definitional changes:
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x the change from a ‘‘reporting unit’’ concept to establish-   RELIABILITY OF DATA
  ment based data in 1974.
x the change in definition of ‘‘active’’ establishments in         All data are tabulated from universe files and are not
  1983.                                                        subject to sampling errors. However, the data are subject
                                                               to nonsampling errors. Nonsampling errors can be attrib-
x the change in industrial classification definitions, the
                                                               uted to many sources: inability to identify all cases in the
  most recent occurring in 1988.
                                                               universe; definition and classification difficulties; differ-
                                                               ences in interpretation of questions; errors in recording or
  A description of previous County Business Patterns
                                                               coding the data obtained; errors of collection, response,
publications is provided on the inside back cover.
                                                               and coverage; and estimation of employers who reported
                                                               too late to be included in the tabulations and for records
1992 Economic Census                                           with missing or misreported data.

    In comparing the employment and payroll shown in this         The accuracy of the data is determined by the joint
series with economic censuses data, the user should bear       effects of the various nonsampling errors. No direct mea-
in mind that definitional and coverage differences may          surement of these effects has been obtained; however,
affect the direct comparison of data items. The definitions     precautionary steps were taken in all phases of collection,
are detailed in the introductory texts of the appropriate      processing, and tabulation to minimize the effects of non-
publications.                                                  sampling errors.
    The economic census present data reported for indi-
vidual establishments; whereas, County Business Patterns
are based primarily on administrative records and data         ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS
reported from current surveys. While every effort is made to
resolve significant differences for the same establishment,
                                                                 The following abbreviations and symbols are used in this
differences are known to exist.
                                                               publication:

DATA WITHHELD FROM PUBLICATION                                 –            Represents zero.
                                                               A-C,E-M      Entered in place of employment data, repre-
   In accordance with U.S. Code, Title 13, Section 9, no                    sents an employment-size class as defined in
data are published that would disclose the operations of an                 the footnote of the tables.
individual employer. However, the number of establish-
                                                               (D)          Withheld to avoid disclosing data for indi-
ments in an industry classification and the distribution of
                                                                            vidual companies; data are included in broader
these establishments by employment-size class are not
                                                                            industry totals.
considered to be disclosures, and so this information may
be released even though other information is withheld from     n.e.c.       Not elsewhere classified.
publications.                                                  SIC          Standard Industrial Classification.
The map is not available.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                CALIFORNIA 1

Table 1a.            The State Establishments, Employees, and Payroll, by Major Group:
                     1994 and 1993
[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]

                                                                                          1994                                                                  1993

 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                                           735 570      10 624 807         71 094 486       301 431 873          736 691       10 725 990        68 643 601       295 202 397

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing          11 892           96 486             373 082        1 777 332          11 769           95 187             347 889        1 656 243
07      Agricultural services                                     11 505           94 145             356   730      1 695      120     11 430           92 977             333   121      1 584      366
08      Forestry                                                     166            1 027               4   736         26      958        168              846               3   815         23      804
09      Fishing, hunting, and trapping                               206              677               4   600         22      855        158              756               4   302         20      814
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                  15              637               7   016         32      399         13              608               6   651         27      259

            Mining                                                 1 129           31 030             350 943        1 465 736            1 119          32 421             364 192        1 526 841
10      Metal mining                                                    68          2 403              21 490              90   324            65         2 227              19 304              82   421
12      Coal mining                                                      9             64                 342               1   609             6            48                 244               1   274
13      Oil and gas extraction                                         668         16 245             162 386             656   386           673        17 260             170 743             679   463
14      Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels                             323          6 537              59 125             253   928           310         6 314              54 482             245   778
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                    61          5 781             107 600             463   489            65         6 572             119 419             517   905

            Construction                                          60 363          480 078         3 173 874        14 433 810            61 697         475 509         2 974 820        13 687 022
15      General contractors and operative builders                19 787          115   807         768     961      3 466 969           20 356         115   318         727     418      3 238 338
16      Heavy construction, except building                        2 821           55   930         456     223      2 150 549            2 939          56   848         445     839      2 182 815
17      Special trade contractors                                 37 706          306   844       1 922     093      8 719 622           38 355         301   955       1 782     874      8 186 260
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                  49            1   497          26     597         96 670               47           1   388          18     689         79 609

            Manufacturing                                         49 897        1 779 927        15 366 413        64 466 601            50 454       1 878 709        15 555 402        65 530 144
20      Food and kindred products                                  2 802          157 899         1 042 016          4 642 939            2 804         168 668         1 031 907          4 650 872
21      Tobacco products                                               –                –                 –                  –                1              (A)               (D)               (D)
22      Textile mill products                                        492           16 534            82 290            385 397              456              (J)               (D)               (D)
23      Apparel and other textile products                         6 062          133 907           502 017          2 304 590            5 867         133 912           495 453          2 243 602
24      Lumber and wood products                                   2 578           46 271           255 265          1 183 349            2 688          47 366           244 139          1 134 807

25      Furniture and fixtures                                     1 628           47   087         253     351      1    092   015       1 692          47   439         238     958      1    039   372
26      Paper and allied products                                    637           36   222         283     410      1    216   919         637          36   950         281     733      1    214   783
27      Printing and publishing                                    7 971          148   430       1 087     141      4    555   384       8 248         154   509       1 107     149      4    600   946
28      Chemicals and allied products                              1 367           58   472         564     311      2    299   920       1 388          58   750         555     293      2    331   259
29      Petroleum and coal products                                  215           14   517         189     007           755   727         218          14   360         181     947           745   850

30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                 2 033           81   825           508   022      2 216      585       2 050          82 759             491 926        2 165 420
31      Leather and leather products                                 211            6   265            24   619        115      220         218              (I)                 (D)              (D)
32      Stone, clay, and glass products                            1 553           39   685           287   308      1 254      165       1 571          42 229             282 542        1 268 924
33      Primary metal industries                                     670           25   800           190   909        820      911         677          26 503             182 964          797 479
34      Fabricated metal products                                  4 468          123   123           872   148      3 776      254       4 560         124 308             841 970        3 630 816

35      Industrial machinery and equipment                         6   618        163   258       1 610     712      6    786   070       6   705       166   817       1 599     970      6 813      640
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                  3   541        215   164       2 131     471      8    908   383       3   623       226   441       2 096     604      8 903      798
37      Transportation equipment                                   1   487        177   307       2 001     339      8    087   755       1   564       209   952       2 222     337      8 831      476
38      Instruments and related products                           2   108        146   238       1 639     440      6    626   660       2   146       163   729       1 756     522      7 125      771
39      Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                     2   318         38   845         230     618      1    054   410       2   261        37   906         209     498        949      779
––      Administrative and auxiliary                               1   138        103   078       1 611     019      6    383   948       1   080       114   103       1 634     781      6 623      496

            Transportation and public utilities                   26 735          619 300         5 319 283        21 489 994            26 508         621 644         5 167 909        21 117 694
41      Local and interurban passenger transit                     1 453           40   649         173     315        752      474       1 469          36   873           156   740        681      431
42      Trucking and warehousing                                  10 963          169   712       1 046     353      4 516      202      10 988         171   588           965   059      4 301      697
44      Water transportation                                         548           16   743         188     100        849      716         531          19   312           205   445        917      226
45      Transportation by air                                      1 436           92   382         891     899      3 569      490       1 401          97   484           854   572      3 569      713
46      Pipelines, except natural gas                                 52            1   533          21     700         77      219          56           1   398            16   663         67      161

47      Transportation services                                    6 778           53   579         330     085      1 432 749            6 811          53   838         310 688          1 351 568
48      Communication                                              3 546          155   143       1 509     002      5 782 786            3 300         148   979       1 508 969          5 676 955
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                       1 618           76   439         988     455      3 898 463            1 637          80   408       1 019 025          4 027 463
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                 341           13   120         170     374        610 895              315          11   764         130 748            524 480

            Wholesale trade                                       60 303          788 628         6 646 248        28 197 961            59 705         789 205         6 398 840        27 380 941
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                             36 994          439 413         3 805 235        16 296 664            36 899         442 658         3 651 650        15 731 138
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                          22 564          303 249         2 170 520         9 347 539            22 052         299 948         2 123 920         9 148 065
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                 745           45 966           670 493         2 553 758               754          46 599           623 270         2 501 738

            Retail trade                                         161 127        2 137 891         7 904 706        33 700 329          162 207        2 161 806         7 660 751        32 603 862
52      Building materials and garden supplies                     5   613         69   367         327     019      1    440   187       5   886        70   281         314     898      1    436   718
53      General merchandise stores                                 2   649        209   937         673     119      2    936   160       2   538       220   198         669     957      2    874   018
54      Food stores                                               18   491        281   513       1 262     155      5    268   631      18   503       289   027       1 210     849      5    201   868
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                   16   940        203   549       1 192     386      5    228   847      17   092       197   290       1 122     313      4    867   112
56      Apparel and accessory stores                              15   387        133   993         407     995      1    716   243      15   757       137   451         389     655      1    642   367

57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                      12   759         96   828         424 118          1    859   036      12   878        96   143         410 643          1    728   275
58      Eating and drinking places                                51   174        781   294       1 704 137          7    351   515      50   803       779   326       1 653 884          7    074   091
59      Miscellaneous retail                                      36   234        266   601       1 021 549          4    388   562      36   874       272   362       1 002 164          4    217   588
––      Administrative and auxiliary                               1   880         94   809         892 228          3    511   148       1   876        99   728         886 388          3    561   825

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                   74 572          820 653         7 426 825        28 567 191            75 359         832 191         6 918 609        28 835 594
60      Depository institutions                                   11   151        241   534       1 980     633      7    391   076      11   223       255   716       1 922     815      7    384   970
61      Nondepository institutions                                 7   247         81   179         786     988      2    757   702       7   346        73   837         655     242      2    999   207
62      Security and commodity brokers                             4   400         50   182         984     196      3    815   525       4   069        44   340         821     254      3    845   497
63      Insurance carriers                                         4   722        154   562       1 542     054      5    826   251       4   638       154   448       1 456     302      5    811   804
64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                    11   665         66   850         602     790      2    450   533      11   914        70   414         594     542      2    468   058

65      Real estate                                               32 223          192 534         1 106 393          4 570 597           32 288         195 572         1 057 126          4 516 588
67      Holding and other investment offices                       2 848           25 777           309 983          1 331 157            3 589          29 996           314 493          1 404 633
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                 316            8 035           113 788            424 350              292           7 868            96 835            404 837

          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.
2      CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                             COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1a.           The State Establishments, Employees, and Payroll, by Major Group:
                    1994 and 1993 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]

                                                                                          1994                                                                  1993

 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                                             283 804        3 862 853        24 509 849     107 184 149            281 946        3 833 212        23 238 936      102 745 478
70      Hotels and other lodging places                            5   949        170   847         591   488      2    495   475        6   018        177   862         588   597      2    494   682
72      Personal services                                         19   806        124   630         395   599      1    651   049       20   099        131   966         390   799      1    619   899
73      Business services                                         43   992        827   798       4 866   939     21    381   989       42   749        785   036       4 357   193     19    100   736
75      Auto repair, services, and parking                        22   175        125   302         583   509      2    582   660       22   347        125   878         572   671      2    488   088
76      Miscellaneous repair services                              7   130         47   996         306   737      1    319   355        7   333         49   249         297   485      1    251   620

78      Motion pictures                                            8   931        180   508       1 269   233      5    922   976        8   804        213   328       1 282   945      6    424   447
79      Amusement and recreation services                         10   784        180   064         839   494      4    304   316       10   512        172   414         749   805      4    104   340
80      Health services                                           63   112      1 003   453       7 318   852     31    560   159       63   466        993   562       7 086   868     30    928   932
81      Legal services                                            21   492        128   966       1 423   950      6    317   146       21   420        135   728       1 439   251      6    458   390
82      Educational services                                       6   035        205   514       1 049   933      4    364   540        5   892        197   471       1 000   099      4    137   180

83      Social services                                           17 729          213   513         772   322      3 253      028       17 273          206   079         721   263      3 043      633
84      Museums, botanical, zoological gardens                       332            7   705          36   609        154      233          324            6   973          33   776        146      737
86      Membership organizations                                  17 449          190   196         731   663      3 006      641       17 371          189   564         701   580      2 896      198
87      Engineering and management services                       35 185          380   003       3 455   223     15 129      718       34 562          369   667       3 139   751     13 844      917
89      Services, n.e.c.                                           2 411           11   662         135   373        616      614        2 459           11   798         127   130        613      316
––      Administrative and auxiliary                               1 292           64   696         732   925      3 124      250        1 317           66   637         749   723      3 192      363

            Unclassified establishments                            5 748            7 961            23 263             148 770          5 927            6 106            16 253             118 578

          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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                       CALIFORNIA 3

Table 1b.             The State                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994
[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                                                                               1,000
code
                                                               including                                      establish       1 to      5 to    10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 to       or
                                                               March 12     First quarter         Annual         ments           4         9      19        49       99      249      499      999     more

                   Total                                    10 624 807      71 094 486       301 431 873       735 570     407 437   139 869   89 401   62 379    21 395 11 008     2 609      883       589

            Agricultural services, forestry, and
             fishing                                             96 486        373 082         1 777 332        11 892       7 387     2 257    1 288      654       204       85      14        3         –
07      Agricultural services                                    94 145        356 730         1 695 120        11 505       7 116     2 201    1 256      632       200       84      13        3         –
071       Soil preparation services                                  788          3 270           14 980             83        46        19        8         8         1        1        –       –         –
072       Crop services                                          14 358          63 818         319 562             714       325       133      109        73        43       24        6       1         –
074       Veterinary services                                    18 081          74 035         330 004          2 184        826       740      462       145         8        3        –       –         –
075       Animal services, except veterinary                       5 224         14 944           69 343         1 154        853       198       67        30         4        –        2       –         –
076       Farm labor and management services                       4 538         15 027           77 872            283       172        32       32        24        10       12        1       –         –
0761        Farm labor contractors                                 2 651          7 149           40 460            157        99        23       12        10         5        7        1       –         –
0762        Farm management services                               1 837          7 695           36 509            115        64         9       19        13         5        5        –       –         –
078       Landscape and horticultural services                   50 901        184 510          877 597          7 027       4 849     1 073     571       351       133       44        4       2         –

08      Forestry                                                   1 027          4 736           26 958            166       108        31       11        13         3        –        –       –         –

09      Fishing, hunting, and trapping                               677          4 600           22 855            206       160        23       18         5         –        –        –       –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                 637          7 016           32 399             15         3         2        3         4         1        1        1       –         –

            Mining                                               31 030        350 943         1 465 736         1 129        486       183      188       148        61       32      25        5         1
10      Metal mining                                               2 403         21 490           90 324             68        36         7        6         8         2        6        3       –         –
101       Iron ores                                                   (A)             (D)              (D)            2          1         –       1         –         –        –        –       –         –
102       Copper ores                                                 (A)             (D)              (D)            1          1         –       –         –         –        –        –       –         –
104       Gold and silver ores                                     2 032         18 119           75 677             38        13          5       4         6         2        5        3       –         –
1041       Gold ores                                                 (G)            (D)              (D)             37        13          5       3         6         2        5        3       –         –
1044       Silver ores                                                (A)           (D)              (D)              1         –          –       1         –         –        –        –       –         –
106       Ferroalloy ores, except vanadium                            (A)             (D)              (D)            1          1         –       –         –         –        –        –       –         –
108       Metal mining services                                       53              416            1 936            9          6         1       1         1         –        –        –       –         –
109       Miscellaneous metal ores                                   293          2 888           12 333              9          6         1       –         1         –        1        –       –         –
1094        Uranium radium vanadium ores                              (A)           (D)              (D)              1          1         –       –         –         –        –        –       –         –
1099        Metal ores, n.e.c.                                        (E)            (D)             (D)              8          5         1       –         1         –        1        –       –         –

12      Coal mining                                                   64              342            1 609            9          6         –       1         2         –        –        –       –         –
122       Bituminous coal and lignite mining                          (B)             (D)              (D)            6          4         –       1         1         –        –        –       –         –
1221        Bituminous coal and lignite surface                       (B)             (D)              (D)            5          3         –       1         1         –        –        –       –         –
1222        Bituminous coal underground                               (A)             (D)              (D)            1          1         –       –         –         –        –        –       –         –
124       Coal mining services                                        (B)             (D)              (D)            2          1         –        –        1         –        –        –       –         –

13      Oil and gas extraction                                   16 245        162 386          656 386             668       335       107       89        74        30       15      14        4         –
131       Crude petroleum and natural gas                          5 203         68 621         270 504             236       127        36       27        25         8        6        7       –         –
132       Natural gas liquids                                      1 437         17 774           67 365             40        10          5        8        9         6        –        2       –         –
138       Oil and gas field services                               9 601         75   984       318    066          380       186        66       54        40        16        9        5       4         –
1381        Drilling oil and gas wells                             2 682         19   986        87    510           71        38         7        7         5         7        5        1       1         –
1382        Oil and gas exploration services                         156          1   030         4    283           44        33         9        1         1         –        –        –       –         –
1389        Oil and gas field services, n.e.c.                     6 722         54   728       225    098          254       108        47       45        34         9        4        4       3         –

14      Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels                         6 537         59 125         253 928             323        96        64       85        51        19        6        1       1         –
141       Dimension stone                                             36              193            1 947           10          5         5        –        –         –        –        –       –         –
142       Crushed and broken stone                                 1 094         10   010         45   252           64        11        12       25        13         2        1        –       –         –
1422        Crushed and broken limestone                             212          2   041          9   017           10         1         1        6         1         1        –        –       –         –
1423        Crushed and broken granite                               257          2   468         10   731           16         3         4        5         3         1        –        –       –         –
1429        Crushed and broken stone, n.e.c.                         625          5   501         25   504           38         7         7       14         9         –        1        –       –         –
144       Sand and gravel                                          2 981         24 926         113 673             186        50        40       51        31        14        –        –       –         –
1442        Construction sand and gravel                           2 755         23 054         106 079             169        43        36       48        30        12        –        –       –         –
1446        Industrial sand                                          222          1 865           7 496              15         5         4        3         1         2        –        –       –         –
145       Clay, ceramic, and refractory minerals                     270          1 898              8 306            9          4         2        –        1         1        1        –       –         –
1455        Kaolin and ball clay                                      (A)            (D)                (D)           1          1         –        –        –         –        –        –       –         –
1459        Clay and related minerals, n.e.c.                         (E)            (D)                (D)           8          3         2        –        1         1        1        –       –         –
147       Chemical and fertilizer minerals                            (G)              (D)             (D)           10          3         1        2        1         –        2        –       1         –
1474        Potash, soda, and borate minerals                         (G)              (D)             (D)            5          1         –        –        1         –        2        –       1         –
1479        Chemical and fertilizer mining, n.e.c.                     35             290            1 058            5          2         1        2        –         –        –        –       –         –
148       Nonmetallic minerals services                               79              460            2 331            7          3         2        1        –         1        –        –       –         –
149       Miscellaneous nonmetallic minerals                         828         8 245            33 336             30        15          1        6        4         1        2        1       –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                               5 781       107 600           463 489             61        13          5        7       13        10        5        7       –         1

            Construction                                        480 078      3 173 874        14 433 810        60 363      38 907    10 299    6 061    3 665       949     400       58       20         4
15      General contractors and operative builders              115 807        768 961         3 466 969        19 787      14 353     2 898    1 475      761       189       94        9       7         1
151       General building contractors                           99 719        639 787         2 899 444        17 074      12 281     2 579    1 310      662       156       74        5       6         1
153       Operative builders                                     12 598        114 874           470 963         1 073        661       165      115        80        28       19        4       1         –

16      Heavy construction, except building                      55 930        456 223         2 150 549         2 821       1 341      507      396       381       106       65      17        5         3
161       Highway and street construction                        13 981        112 515          579 955             885       428       152      136       110        35       20        3       1         –
162       Heavy construction, except highway                     41 774        342 764         1 564 952         1 890        879       349      255       270        71       45      14        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.
4      CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                  COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1b.           The State                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                                  1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish        1 to       5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 to       or
                                                               March 12     First quarter        Annual       ments            4          9       19        49       99      249      499      999     more

            Construction Con.
17      Special trade contractors                               306 844      1 922 093       8 719 622       37 706     23 199       6 888     4 177    2 516        648     239       31        8         –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                    53 215        415 265       1 832 776        6 605      3 914       1 340       799       424        92       27        7       2         –
172       Painting and paper hanging                             19 433          90 990        448 200        4 014      2 966         578       287       141        36        6        –       –         –
173       Electrical work                                        48 940        384 629       1 661 369        5 868      3 633       1 066       629       402        92       38        6       2         –
174       Masonry, stonework, and plastering                     48   469      259    299    1 206   390      5   541    3 398         939       615       418       117       50        4       –         –
1741       Masonry and other stonework                            7   771       40    958      191   751      1   400      981         221       126        54        13        5        –       –         –
1742       Plastering, drywall, and insulation                   33   901      181    243      837   469      2   887    1 509         555       395       286        95       43        4       –         –
1743       Terrazzo, tile, marble, mosaic work                    6   725       36    844      175   444      1   203      861         161        92        78         9        2        –       –         –
175       Carpentry and floor work                               31 014        156 427         747 973        3 891      2 517         680       358       218        81       33        3       1         –
1751        Carpentry work                                       22 814        113 682         549 709        2 405      1 489         419       247       153        63       30        3       1         –
1752        Floor laying and floor work, n.e.c.                   8 041         42 334         196 015        1 402        952         255       110        65        17        3        –       –         –
176       Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                  24 465        122 249         533 878        2 850      1 621         536       365       252        58       18        –       –         –
177       Concrete work                                          23 985        129 683         628 722        2 622      1 488         511       328       218        56       20        –       1         –
178       Water well drilling                                      1 982         14 000         63 295            218       111         54        30        18         2        3        –       –         –
179       Misc. special trade contractors                        53   782      342    736    1 558   289      5 662      3 216       1 130       735       412       113       43      11        2         –
1791        Structural steel erection                             7   595       52    533      249   133        424        179          79        75        55        21       13       2        –         –
1793        Glass and glazing work                                3   826       24    606      107   230        640        379         152        84        21         2        2       –        –         –
1794        Excavation work                                       6   114       40    006      210   098        822        522         149        83        49        15        4       –        –         –
1795        Wrecking and demolition work                          1   960       13    814       59   087        113         46          18        18        25         3        2       1        –         –
1796        Installing building equipment, n.e.c.                 4   787       55    773      230   368        284        106          59        57        39        16        6       1        –         –
1799        Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                    29   226      154    921      694   878      3 217      1 837         665       412       222        56       16       7        2         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                              1   497       26    597       96   670         49         14           6        13         7         6        2       1        –         –

            Manufacturing                                     1 779 927     15 366 413      64 466 601       49 897     18 712       8 551     7 937    7 781     3 475    2 388      669      239       145
20      Food and kindred products                               157 899      1 042 016       4 642 939        2 802         727        384       442       565       297     245       96       37         9
201       Meat products                                          16   290        82   379      355   411          230        55         31        34        44        31       21        8       4         2
2011       Meat packing plants                                    3   387        18   533       77   749           65        22         11         6        12         5        7        1       –         1
2013       Sausages and other prepared meats                      4   855        29   773      129   541          122        23         17        25        23        22        9        3       –         –
2015       Poultry slaughtering and processing                    7   946        33   885      147   063           37         5          3         3         9         3        5        4       4         1
202       Dairy products                                         12 424        103 311         429 503            187        39         22        24        33        26       33        9       1         –
2021        Creamery butter                                          (B)            (D)             (D)             1         –          –         –         –         1        –        –       –         –
2022        Cheese, natural and processed                         3 303         24 275          98 287             44         6          3         6        12         6        9        1       1         –
2023        Dry, condensed, evaporated products                     501          4 420          20 881             17         4          2         3         6         –        2        –       –         –
2024        Ice cream and frozen desserts                         2 171         17 166          74 897             65        21         10        11         9         9        3        2       –         –
2026        Fluid milk                                            6 342         56 611         232 354             58         8          5         4         6        10       19        6       –         –
203       Preserved fruits and vegetables                        40   361      223    170    1 159   075          392        68         42        56        78        51       50      27       16         4
2032        Canned specialties                                    3   795       26    117      104   378           34        14          5         5         2         1        4       1        –         2
2033        Canned fruits and vegetables                         12   992       77    256      481   655          121        13          9        16        31        17       20      10        4         1
2034        Dehydrated fruits, vegetables, soups                  6   375       42    293      198   059           79        15         14        13        14         9        5       6        3         –
2035        Pickles, sauces, and salad dressings                  2   194       15    603       76   028           52         6         12         8        12         8        5       1        –         –
2037        Frozen fruits and vegetables                          7   649       26    849      156   336           49         8          –         7         8        11        7       2        5         1
2038        Frozen specialties, n.e.c.                            7   353       35    039      142   533           55        10          2         7        11         5        9       7        4         –
204       Grain mill products                                      7 209         60 915        256 478            203        49         26        47        46        21       10        3       1         –
2041        Flour and other grain mill products                       (F)           (D)             (D)            27         5          5         6         9         2        –        –       –         –
2043        Cereal breakfast foods                                 1 493         13 963         61 283             10         2          1         2         2         –        1        1       1         –
2044        Rice milling                                             725          5 491         23 676             14         4          2         1         2         3        1        1       –         –
2045        Prepared flour mixes and doughs                        1 009          7 080         27 111             26         4          5         6         5         3        3        –       –         –
2046        Wet corn milling                                          (B)            (D)            (D)             2         1          –         –         –         1        –        –       –         –
2047        Dog and cat food                                       1 093         11 737         49 864             17         2          2         4         2         3        3        1       –         –
2048        Prepared feeds, n.e.c.                                 2 214         16 349         68 982            101        26         11        27        26         9        2        –       –         –
205       Bakery products                                        23   955      166    630      689   862          475       142         72        81        77        43       37      17        5         1
2051        Bread, cake, and related products                    18   632      136    018      560   362          309        67         46        56        61        33       28      13        4         1
2052        Cookies and crackers                                  3   792       23    118       95   884           72        24         10        11        10         8        5       3        1         –
2053        Frozen bakery products, except bread                  1   230        6    740       28   326           15         1          –         2         5         2        4       1        –         –
206       Sugar and confectionery products                         9 686         68 858        293 665            129        43           9       14        24        12       16        6       5         –
2061        Raw cane sugar                                            (A)            (D)            (D)             1         –           1        –         –         –        –        –       –         –
2062        Cane sugar refining                                       (F)            (D)            (D)             1         –           –        –         –         –        –        –       1         –
2063        Beet sugar                                                (F)            (D)            (D)             8         1           –        1         –         1        4        1       –         –
2064        Candy and other confectionery products                 3 646         23 591         93 999             77        28           4       12        17         6        6        2       2         –
2066        Chocolate and cocoa products                           1 257         10 983         45 565             19        10           3        –         1         1        3        –       1         –
2067        Chewing gum                                               (E)            (D)            (D)             1         –           –        –         –         –        –        1       –         –
2068        Salted and roasted nuts and seeds                      2 615         15 134         67 753             22         4           1        1         6         4        3        2       1         –
207       Fats and Oils                                            1 972         17 779         71 223            55         13           9        7        13         8        4        1       –         –
2074        Cottonseed oil mills                                      (C)           (D)             (D)            3          1           –        –         1         1        –        –       –         –
2075        Soybean oil mills                                          27            62            240             4          2           1        1         –         –        –        –       –         –
2076        Vegetable oil mills, n.e.c.                               (B)           (D)             (D)            3          1           1        –         –         1        –        –       –         –
2077        Animal and marine fats and oils                          652          6 494         26 424            22          2           4        4         9         2        1        –       –         –
2079        Edible fats and oils, n.e.c.                           1 083          9 439         37 550            23          7           3        2         3         4        3        1       –         –
208       Beverages                                              23 993        201 394         873 724            537       146         76        83       130        46       41      11        2         2
2082        Malt beverages                                        3 261         38 797         163 140             40        13          2         2        15         5        –       –        2         1
2083        Malt                                                     (B)            (D)             (D)             2         –          1         –         1         –        –       –        –         –
2084        Wines, brandy, and brandy spirits                    12 345         98 256         421 147            344        96         60        56        86        22       17       6        –         1
2085        Distilled and blended liquors                           264          2 840          12 419              4         –          1         –         1         1        1       –        –         –
2086        Bottled and canned soft drinks                        6 657         50 648         228 531             92        20          6        12        16        13       20       5        –         –
2087        Flavoring extracts and syrups, n.e.c.                 1 403         10 353          44 874             48        10          6        13        11         5        3       –        –         –
209       Misc. food and kindred products                        21 767        117    001      509   196          545       140         89        89       118        59       33      14        3         –
2091        Canned and cured fish and seafoods                      893          5    995       23   110           12         5          2         –         1         1        2       1        –         –
2092        Fresh or frozen prepared fish                         2 812          9    048       42   011           42         5          4         8         9         7        7       2        –         –
2095        Roasted coffee                                        1 528         11    723       47   245           35        11          2         7         5         5        4       1        –         –
2096        Potato chips and similar snacks                       3 513         22    974      108   672           52         9          7        10        11         7        3       3        2         –
2097        Manufactured ice                                        489          2    295       14   019           34         7         10         9         6         2        –       –        –         –
2098        Macaroni and spaghetti                                  698          3    596       14   528           37        13          7         5         8         2        2       –        –         –
2099        Food preparations, n.e.c.                            11 814         61    239      258   711          317        75         57        49        78        35       15       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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                       CALIFORNIA 5

Table 1b.          The State                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                                1,000
code
                                                               including                                     establish      1 to       5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 to       or
                                                               March 12      First quarter        Annual        ments          4          9       19        49       99      249      499      999     more

           Manufacturing Con.
22     Textile mill products                                     16 534           82 290        385   397          492      190         63        74        75        47       34        5       4         –
221      Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton                            320            1 181          5   770           40       26          5         5         2         2        –        –       –         –
222      Broadwoven fabric mills, manmade                           491            1 859          8   663           30       16          3         5         2         3        1        –       –         –
223      Broadwoven fabric mills, wool                                83             288          1   397            4        1          1         1         –         1        –        –       –         –
224      Narrow fabric mills                                        488            2 240         10   112           15        4          4         3         1         1        2        –       –         –
225      Knitting mills                                           5 921           24 651        124   682          129       37         18        15        26        16       13        3       1         –
2251       Women’s hosiery, except socks                             (A)              (D)              (D)           2        1          –         1         –         –        –        –       –         –
2252       Hosiery, n.e.c.                                           (E)              (D)              (D)           4        2          –         –         –         1        1        –       –         –
2253       Knit outerwear mills                                   2 371            8 843         46   445           69       20         10        10        14        10        4        1       –         –
2254       Knit underwear mills                                       99             362          1   748            5        2          1         –         1         1        –        –       –         –
2257       Weft knit fabric mills                                 2 257           11 112         56   449           23        1          4         3         5         1        6        2       1         –
2258       Lace and warp knit fabric mills                          436            2 024          8   871           11        5          –         –         4         1        1        –       –         –
2259       Knitting mills, n.e.c.                                   292              958          4   339            5        –          3         –         1         –        1        –       –         –
226      Textile finishing, except wool                           2 528           11 198         50   427           70       23          8         8        13        11        6        1       –         –
2261       Finishing plants, cotton                                 482            2 220          7   866           26       12          6         –         6         1        1        –       –         –
2262       Finishing plants, manmade                              1 154            5 787         24   817           22        7          –         2         5         5        2        1       –         –
2269       Finishing plants, n.e.c.                                 860            3 110         17   148           17        1          1         5         2         5        3        –       –         –
227      Carpets and rugs                                         3 174           22 620         93   860           34        8          1         5         8         6        3        –       3         –
228      Yarn and thread mills                                      903            4 594         29   230           25        7          4         7         4         1        1        1       –         –
2281       Yarn spinning mills                                      482            3 461         24   413           10        2          –         5         2         –        –        1       –         –
2282       Throwing and winding mills                               283              845          3   720            5        –          2         1         1         –        1        –       –         –
2284       Thread mills                                             138              288          1   087            9        4          2         1         1         1        –        –       –         –
229      Miscellaneous textile goods                              2 469           13 295         57   797           90       25         13        20        18         6        8        –       –         –
2295       Coated fabrics, not rubberized                           607            4 788         19   709           19        8          1         4         3         –        3        –       –         –
2296       Tire cord and fabrics                                     (A)              (D)              (D)           1        1          –         –         –         –        –        –       –         –
2297       Nonwoven fabrics                                          (C)              (D)              (D)           8        2          1         2         1         1        1        –       –         –
2298       Cordage and twine                                        358            1 644          7   540           18        4          3         4         5         2        –        –       –         –
2299       Textile goods, n.e.c.                                  1 273            5 827         25   204           44       10          8        10         9         3        4        –       –         –
23     Apparel and other textile products                       133 907         502    017    2 304   590       6 062     2 360      1 007     1 040    1 012        380     218       31       12         2
231      Men’s and boys’ suits and coats                            761           2    814       12   730          30         9          4         5        5          6       1        –        –         –
232      Men’s and boys’ furnishings                             12 876          50    501      247   296         300        86         33        49       51         44      30        6        1         –
2321       Men’s and boys’ shirts                                 4 290          19    287       92   368          92        25          7        17       21         13       7        1        1         –
2322       Men’s and boys’ underwear and nightwear                    27                 49           612           7         5          1         1        –          –       –        –        –         –
2323       Men’s and boys’ neckwear                               1 268           5    857       30   779          19         3          1         4        2          6       1        2        –         –
2325       Men’s and boys’ trousers and slacks                    3 013           9    667       50   464          46         8          4         7        7          8      10        2        –         –
2326       Men’s and boys’ work clothing                            747           2    084        9   389          24         7          2         5        6          –       4        –        –         –
2329       Men’s and boys’ clothing, n.e.c.                       3 525          13    541       63   440         110        37         17        15       15         17       8        1        –         –
233      Women’s and misses’ outerwear                           80 761         297    257    1 338   657       3 706     1 292        652       708      702        213     113       17        7         2
2331       Women’s and misses’ blouses and shirts                15 200          71    569      326   596         473       105         74       105      115         45      24        3        1         1
2335       Women’s, junior’s, and misses’ dresses                20 814          71    492      306   470         914       232        176       201      224         48      26        5        2         –
2337       Women’s and misses’ suits and coats                    4 842          25    020      102   153         165        35         35        29       41         15       9        1        –         –
2339       Women’s and misses’ outerwear, n.e.c.                 39 753         128    647      599   528       2 130       906        364       370      318        105      54        8        4         1
234      Women’s and children’s undergarments                     2 884          12    298       53   342          54        15          5         4       13          6      11        –        –         –
2341       Women’s and children’s underwear                       1 833           7    980       35   116          38        13          5         2        7          4       7        –        –         –
2342       Bras, girdles, and allied garments                     1 051           4    318       18   097          15         1          –         2        6          2       4        –        –         –
235      Hats, caps, and millinery                                  905           2    971       15   472          38        17          5         3        7          4       2        –        –         –
236      Girls’ and children’s outerwear                          5 240          24    361      109   949         141        50         15        14       29         20      10        2        1         –
2361       Girls’ and children’s dresses, blouses                 3 068          14    865       63   830          83        27          5         7       22         15       5        2        –         –
2369       Girls’ and children’s outerwear, n.e.c.                2 172           9    496       46   060          57        22         10         7        7          5       5        –        1         –
237      Fur goods                                                   (C)                (D)            (D)          9         7          –         1        –          –       1        –        –         –
238      Miscellaneous apparel and accessories                    4 061           15   651       78   909         155        61         21        28       25         13       4        2        1         –
2381       Fabric dress and work gloves                              (A)                (D)            (D)          1         1          –         –        –          –       –        –        –         –
2384       Robes and dressing gowns                                  (C)                (D)            (D)          7         1          –         4        2          –       –        –        –         –
2385       Waterproof outerwear                                      (B)                (D)            (D)          6         2          3         –        –          1       –        –        –         –
2386       Leather and sheep lined clothing                         689            3   234       15   075          25         6          4         6        5          3       1        –        –         –
2387       Apparel belts                                          1 767            7   665       34   286          33         8          5         6        4          7       1        1        1         –
2389       Apparel and accessories, n.e.c.                        1 417            4   077       26   185          82        42          9        12       14          2       2        1        –         –
239      Misc. fabricated textile products                       23 537           88   970      403   647       1 109       439        224       174      152         70      44        4        2         –
2391       Curtains and draperies                                 1 393            5   105       21   997         154        86         37        13       12          5       1        –        –         –
2392       Housefurnishings, n.e.c.                               3 892           15   912       66   840         106        29         22        15       20          7      11        2        –         –
2393       Textile bags                                           1 965            5   950       26   483          40        11          3         6       13          5       1        –        1         –
2394       Canvas and related products                            1 248            5   909       27   360         120        49         33        27        7          2       2        –        –         –
2395       Pleating and stitching                                 2 477            8   340       37   520         110        37         19        26       17          8       2        –        1         –
2396        Automotive and apparel trimmings                       7 833          29 740        142 004            377      164         65        51        52        28       16        1       –         –
2397        Schiffli machine embroideries                            773           3 198         13 607             16        4          2         2         4         –        4        –       –         –
2399        Fabricated textile products, n.e.c.                    3 853          14 608         66 765            168       47         40        32        26        15        7        1       –         –
24     Lumber and wood products                                  46    271      255    265    1 183   349       2 578     1 274        435       359       304       112       75      16        2         1
241      Logging                                                  2    935       14    135      111   750         529       372         81        39        28         8        1       –        –         –
242      Sawmills and planing mills                              11    780       80    758      337   804         256        83         31        38        41        25       32       4        1         1
2421       Sawmills and planing mills, general                   10    711       77    229      320   839         198        58         23        31        30        18       32       4        1         1
2426       Hardwood dimension and flooring mills                       814        2    866       13   764          50        23          7         6         9         5        –       –        –         –
2429       Special product sawmills, n.e.c.                            171             567        2   580           6         1          1         1         2         1        –       –        –         –
243      Millwork, plywood and structural members                17    380        93   247      418   503       1 173       587        226       163       126        41       24       6        –         –
2431       Millwork                                               7    911        43   287      189   758         361       140         67        67        49        22       13       3        –         –
2434       Wood kitchen cabinets                                  5    896        29   922      137   102         701       419        141        76        51        10        2       2        –         –
2435       Hardwood veneer and plywood                            1    139         7   401       29   450          21         3          3         5         4         3        2       1        –         –
2436       Softwood veneer and plywood                                 260         1   584        7   735          10         3          2         3         1         –        1       –        –         –
2439       Structural wood members, n.e.c.                         2   171        11   048       54   453          79        21         13        12        21         6        6       –        –         –
244      Wood containers                                           3   671        16   476       80   164         204        56         30        51        58         7        2       –        –         –
2441       Nailed wood boxes and shook                             1   265         6   004       29   110          64        18          8        14        21         2        1       –        –         –
2448       Wood pallets and skids                                  2   176         9   430       45   492         103        16         16        30        35         5        1       –        –         –
2449       Wood containers, n.e.c.                                     230         1   042        5   480          36        21          6         7         2         –        –       –        –         –
245      Wood buildings and mobile homes                           2   740        14   842       69   787          58        21          5        10         4         7        9       2        –         –
2451       Mobile homes                                            2   160        12   343       58   617          17         –          –         3         1         2        9       2        –         –
2452       Prefabricated wood buildings                                580         2   499       11   170          41        21          5         7         3         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.
6      CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                  COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1b.          The State                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                                 1,000
code
                                                               including                                    establish       1 to       5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 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                               7 687          35   583      163   355         334       136         59        57        46        24        7        4       1         –
2491       Wood preserving                                           327           1   530        6   700          25        10          5         3         6         1        –        –       –         –
2493       Reconstituted wood products                             1 500           9   158       46   891          31         5          4         7         5         7        2        1       –         –
2499       Wood products, n.e.c.                                   5 860          24   895      109   764         278       121         50        47        35        16        5        3       1         –
25     Furniture and fixtures                                    47    087      253    351    1 092   015      1 628        581        266       258       273       136       88      23        3         –
251      Household furniture                                     24    524      112    221      494   353        797        283        126       125       133        66       50      12        2         –
2511       Wood household furniture                               9    533       35    490      160   929        389        163         62        61        55        26       17       4        1         –
2512       Upholstered household furniture                        6    921       33    711      143   943        187         61         31        31        29        16       14       4        1         –
2514       Metal household furniture                              3    657       18    637       80   983         73         14         13         7        19         8       10       2        –         –
2515       Mattresses and bedsprings                              3    032       17    495       75   617         97         27         13        22        17         8        9       1        –         –
2517       Wood TV and radio cabinets                                  629        2    585       12   044         22          4          2         3         9         4        –       –        –         –
2519       Household furniture, n.e.c.                                 747        4    287       20   738         27         13          4         1         4         4        –       1        –         –
252      Office furniture                                          6   382       40    189      161   993        170         51         18        32        33        22       10       3        1         –
2521       Wood office furniture                                   2   377       10    717       45   124        103         40         12        21        15        11        3       1        –         –
2522       Office furniture, except wood                           4   005       29    472      116   741         65          9          6        11        18        11        7       2        1         –
253      Public building and related furniture                     2   532       17    424       66   157         47         14          7         6         7         6        4       3        –         –
254      Partitions and fixtures                                   7   419       48    548      225   379        348        112         69        62        63        27       15       –        –         –
2541       Wood partitions and fixtures                            4   603       29    350      136   516        240         84         44        43        44        17        8       –        –         –
2542       Partitions and fixtures, except wood                    2   812       19    191       88   825        107         27         25        19        19        10        7       –        –         –
259      Miscellaneous furniture and fixtures                      5   997       34    305      140   378        204         74         37        30        34        15        9       5        –         –
2591       Drapery hardware and blinds and shades                  3   192       18    669       70   495         73         27         13         9         8         7        6       3        –         –
2599       Furniture and fixtures, n.e.c.                          2   805       15    636       69   883        131         47         24        21        26         8        3       2        –         –
26     Paper and allied products                                 36 222         283 410       1 216 919           637       107         68        94       130       109     113       15        1         –
261      Pulp mills                                                  (C)             (D)             (D)            2         –          –         –         1         –       1        –        –         –
262      Paper mills                                              1 871          19 568          79 876            14         3          1         1         1         2       4        1        1         –
263      Paperboard mills                                         1 683          17 501          72 985            15         1          –         –         –         6       8        –        –         –
265      Paperboard containers and boxes                         17 160         138 047         615 679           243        24         19        29        47        51      69        4        –         –
2652       Setup paperboard boxes                                   272           1 155           4 974             7         1          1         1         –         4       –        –        –         –
2653       Corrugated and solid fiber boxes                      11 808          98 745         439 004           157        15          9        15        28        38      51        1        –         –
2655       Fiber cans, drums and similar products                   581           3 826          18 883            22         4          1         4        10         3       –        –        –         –
2656       Sanitary food containers                                 934           5 926          26 399            12         1          2         2         2         1       3        1        –         –
2657       Folding paperboard boxes                               3 565          28 395         126 419            45         3          6         7         7         5      15        2        –         –
267      Misc. converted paper products                          15 244         105 909         437 465           344        65         46        62        80        50      31       10        –         –
2671       Paper coated and laminated, packaging                  1 090           7 023          29 736            19         4          2         1         3         5       4        –        –         –
2672       Paper coated and laminated, n.e.c.                     1 705          14 260          59 027            46         9          2        10        15         6       4        –        –         –
2673       Bags: plastics, laminated, and coated                  2 955          17 601          74 338            76        15          8        16        16        13       8        –        –         –
2674       Bags: uncoated paper and multiwall                       538           3 682          15 277             9         2          1         1         2         1       2        –        –         –
2675       Die cut paper and board                                1 305           7 627          32 540            49        13          5        10        13         6       1        1        –         –
2676        Sanitary paper products                                2   294        21   524       82   284          14         –          1         1         2         4        1        5       –         –
2677        Envelopes                                              2   018        14   212       59   101          32         1          7         2        10         4        7        1       –         –
2678        Stationery products                                    1   020         5   481       23   035          25         7          6         6         2         1        1        2       –         –
2679        Converted paper products, n.e.c.                       2   319        14   499       62   127          74        14         14        15        17        10        3        1       –         –
27     Printing and publishing                                  148    430    1 087    141    4 555 384        7 971     4 050       1 570     1 043       768       296     176       43       16         9
271      Newspapers                                              46    336      328    272    1 307 069          648       204         123        93        94        59      45       15        6         9
272      Periodicals                                             10    819       95    330      427 719          643       290         118       110        80        27      14        2        2         –
273      Books                                                    9    205       79    492      338 826          469       252          77        51        51        18      15        2        3         –
2731        Book publishing                                       6    446       57    133      243 941          396       228          67        39        33        14      12        2        1         –
2732        Book printing                                         2    758       22    358       94 876           72        23          10        12        18         4       3        –        2         –
274      Miscellaneous publishing                                 7    618       55    993      236 204          500       307          86        47        30        12      13        3        2         –
275      Commercial printing                                     54    398      381    542    1 630 072        4 632     2 443         984       614       399       115      63       12        2         –
2752        Commercial printing, lithographic                    42    924      312    030    1 317 381        3 538     1 844         776       476       292        83      54       11        2         –
2754        Commercial printing, gravure                               855        6    815       28 120           53        26          15         9         1         –       1        1        –         –
2759        Commercial printing, n.e.c.                          10    566       62    470      283 326        1 013       550         189       128       106        32       8        –        –         –
276      Manifold business forms                                  4    117       32    531      131 180           88        13          11        12        23        19      10        –        –         –
277      Greeting cards                                                223        1    381        6 992           25        11           9         3         1         1       –        –        –         –
278      Blankbooks and bookbinding                                7   869       45    873      186 430          210        68          36        36        32        19      12        6        1         –
2782        Blankbooks and looseleaf binders                       4   909       32    919      127 847           65        19           7         9         5        11       8        5        1         –
2789        Bookbinding and related work                           2   960       12    954       58 583          145        49          29        27        27         8       4        1        –         –
279      Printing trade services                                   7   324       63    539      270 728          485       231          96        71        54        26       4        3        –         –
2791        Typesetting                                            2   302       14    525       59 733          260       171          46        23        14         3       2        1        –         –
2796        Platemaking services                                   5   022       49    014      210 995          225        60          50        48        40        23       2        2        –         –
28     Chemicals and allied products                             58 472         564 311       2 299 920        1 367        419        228       233       267       112       69      21       12         6
281      Industrial inorganic chemicals                           2 826          25 878         112 013          117         34         29        14        24        12        3       1        –         –
2812       Alkalies and chlorine                                     (B)             (D)             (D)           2          –          1         –         1         –        –       –        –         –
2813       Industrial gases                                         778           7 621          30 759           49         17         13         5        10         4        –       –        –         –
2816       Inorganic pigments                                        (E)             (D)             (D)           5          –          1         1         2         –        –       1        –         –
2819       Industrial inorganic chemicals, n.e.c.                 1 580          14 974          67 672           61         17         14         8        11         8        3       –        –         –
282      Plastics materials and synthetics                        1 983          17 512          72 089           65         19          7         7        19        10        3       –        –         –
2821       Plastics materials and resins                          1 587          15 527          63 347           48         12          3         5        16        10        2       –        –         –
2822       Synthetic rubber                                          (E)             (D)             (D)          14          6          3         2         2         –        1       –        –         –
2824       Organic fibers, noncellulosic                             (B)             (D)             (D)           2          1          –         –         1         –        –       –        –         –
283      Drugs                                                   25 952         294 182       1 166 813          236         56         33        38        45        20       24       6        8         6
2833       Medicinals and botanicals                                853           7 234          32 597           41         13          8        10         4         5        1       –        –         –
2834       Pharmaceutical preparations                           11 920         119 164         478 794           94         25          9        15        18         8        9       4        3         3
2835       Diagnostic substances                                  7 202          80 606         323 106           65          8          6         9        17         7       12       2        3         1
2836       Biological products except diagnostic                  5 968          87 033         331 551           32          7          9         4         6         –        2       –        2         2
284      Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods                        11 622          89 919         367 744          335        124         55        54        54        22       15       8        3         –
2841       Soap and other detergents                              2 696          24 252          91 820           91         27         11        20        21         8        2       2        –         –
2842       Polishes and sanitation goods                          1 516          12 315          48 836           83         33         18         9        14         6        3       –        –         –
2843       Surface active agents                                    207             748           4 312           12          3          4         3         1         1        –       –        –         –
2844       Toilet preparations                                    7 203          52 604         222 751          148         60         22        22        18         7       10       6        3         –
285      Paints and allied products                               5 275          43 962         187 621          178         50         33        29        37        17        9       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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                       CALIFORNIA 7

Table 1b.           The State                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                                 1,000
code
                                                               including                                    establish       1 to       5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 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                             1 851         16   562       69   166           61        17         11        11        10         9        3        –       –         –
2865        Cyclic crudes and intermediates                          248          1   685        7   742           12         4          1         2         4         1        –        –       –         –
2869        Industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c.                   1 603         14   877       61   424           49        13         10         9         6         8        3        –       –         –
287      Agricultural chemicals                                    2 354         22   435       95   797           79        23         12        19        14         7        3        –       1         –
2873        Nitrogenous fertilizers                                   (E)              (D)            (D)          18         6          3         4         4         1        –        –       –         –
2874        Phosphatic fertilizers                                    (C)              (D)            (D)           4         3          –         –         –         –        1        –       –         –
2875        Fertilizers, mixing only                                 441          3   470       14   339           25         6          2        11         4         2        –        –       –         –
2879        Agricultural chemicals, n.e.c.                         1 435         15   778       64   377           32         8          7         4         6         4        2        –       1         –
289       Miscellaneous chemical products                          6 524         53   227      226   278          280        84         47        59        63        15        9        3       –         –
2891        Adhesives and sealants                                 1 974         17   460       72   060           78        18         17        17        18         3        4        1       –         –
2892        Explosives                                             1 022          6   365       28   907           10         –          2         2         1         3        –        2       –         –
2893        Printing ink                                           1 208         10   297       44   798           50         9          3        13        21         3        1        –       –         –
2899        Chemical preparations, n.e.c.                          2 320         19   105       80   513          142        57         25        27        23         6        4        –       –         –
29      Petroleum and coal products                              14 517        189    007      755   727          215        69         41        32        34        18        8        4       6         3
291       Petroleum refining                                     11 267        157    962      626   463           35         6          2         2         3         5        4        4       6         3
295       Asphalt paving and roofing materials                    2 217         21    377       90   910          135        58         30        19        16         9        3        –       –         –
2951        Asphalt paving mixtures and blocks                      969          9    319       43   902          109        57         25        13        13         1        –        –       –         –
2952        Asphalt felts and coatings                            1 248         12    058       47   008           26         1          5         6         3         8        3        –       –         –
299       Misc. petroleum and coal products                       1 031          9    660       38   344           42         2          9        11        15         4        1        –       –         –
2992        Lubricating oils and greases                            814          7    336       29   247           34         1          8        10        12         2        1        –       –         –
2999        Petroleum and coal products, n.e.c.                     217          2    324        9   097            8         1          1         1         3         2        –        –       –         –
30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products               81 825        508 022       2 216 585         2 033        503        301       332       452       247     153       36        7         2
301       Tires and inner tubes                                      (F)            (D)             (D)            9          1          2         1         2         1       1        –        1         –
302       Rubber and plastics footwear                              (G)             (D)             (D)            8          2          1         1         1         1       –        1        –         1
305       Hose and belting and gaskets and packing                4 181         29 693         125 028            96         20          9        15        31         6      13        2        –         –
3052         Rubber and plastics hose and belting                   562          4 148          14 473            18          5          2         2         6         2       1        –        –         –
3053         Gaskets, packing, and sealing devices                3 619         25 545         110 555            78         15          7        13        25         4      12        2        –         –
306       Fabricated rubber products, n.e.c.                      7 284         40 592         171 937           193         54         33        30        38        20      14        3        1         –
3061         Mechanical rubber goods                              2 304         14 038          57 198            59         14         12        12         7         6       8        –        –         –
3069         Fabricated rubber products, n.e.c.                   4 980         26 554         114 739           134         40         21        18        31        14       6        3        1         –
308       Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                67 087        421 037       1 856 436         1 718        418        255       285       380       219     125       30        5         1
3081         Unsupported plastics film and sheet                  3 646         24 222         110 589            90         18         15         9        19        19      10        –        –         –
3082         Unsupported plastics profile shapes                  2 005         12 227          54 267            72         19          7        14        17        13       2        –        –         –
3083         Laminated plastics plate and sheet                   1 304          8 842          39 378            34          7          7         7         8         2       1        2        –         –
3084         Plastics pipe                                        1 444          9 163          40 294            35          5          1         5        12         8       4        –        –         –
3085         Plastics bottles                                     4 291         25 512         108 028            55          6          4         6         9        18       8        3        1         –
3086        Plastics foam products                                8   028       47    299      199   489         166         22         22        22        53        23       20       4        –         –
3087        Custom compound purchased resins                      2   114       15    827       64   007          79         17         14        11        28         5        3       1        –         –
3088        Plastics plumbing fixtures                            2   153       10    601       48   352          38          9          9         6         7         2        2       2        1         –
3089        Plastics products, n.e.c.                            41   908      266    406    1 185   853       1 103        285        167       199       226       129       75      18        3         1
31      Leather and leather products                               6 265         24 619        115 220            211        81         32        28        38        17       12        3       –         –
311       Leather tanning and finishing                              472          2 726         11 627             21         7          8         –         3         2        1        –       –         –
313       Footwear cut stock                                          (E)            (D)            (D)             4         1          1         1         –         –        1        –       –         –
314       Footwear, except rubber                                  1 257          4 725         25 034             45        17          5         5        12         2        4        –       –         –
3142        House slippers                                            (A)            (D)            (D)             1         –          1         –         –         –        –        –       –         –
3143        Men’s footwear, except athletic                          331          1 739          8 066             11         5          1         1         3         –        1        –       –         –
3144        Women’s footwear, except athletic                        835          2 678         14 551             21         4          2         4         6         2        3        –       –         –
3149        Footwear, except rubber, n.e.c.                            79           268          1 739              9         5          1         –         3         –        –        –       –         –
315       Leather gloves and mittens                                 163            472          1 633              6         1          2         1         1         1        –        –       –         –
316       Luggage                                                  1 369          5 206         24 707             40        14          6         4         7         6        2        1       –         –
317       Handbags and personal leather goods                      1 101          4 015         18 140             48        20          5        10         7         3        3        –       –         –
3171        Women’s handbags and purses                              485          1 636          7 413             21         8          3         4         2         3        1        –       –         –
3172        Personal leather goods, n.e.c.                           616          2 379         10 727             27        12          2         6         5         –        2        –       –         –
319       Leather goods, n.e.c.                                    1 642          7 043         32 132             41        15           5        7         8         3        1        2       –         –

32      Stone, clay, and glass products                          39 685        287 308       1 254 165         1 553        481        255       341       302       107       46      17        4         –
321       Flat glass                                               1 235         11 835         50 365             10         2           2        1         –         1        2        2       –         –
322       Glass and glassware, pressed or blown                    5 692         49 099        193 843             82        35         21        10         4         –        2        6       4         –
3221        Glass containers                                       4 826         43 649        170 524             12         1          –         –         –         –        2        5       4         –
3229        Pressed and blown glass, n.e.c.                          866          5 450         23 319             70        34         21        10         4         –        –        1       –         –
323       Products of purchased glass                              4 123         25 818        115 978            209        81         42        29        35        17        3        2       –         –
324       Cement, hydraulic                                        1 736         18 751         74 664             20         3           2        4         –         1       10        –       –         –
325       Structural clay products                                 1 457          9 309         41   057           62        17         12         9        16         6        2        –       –         –
3251        Brick and structural clay tile                           407          3 254         15   313           15         4          3         1         5         1        1        –       –         –
3253        Ceramic wall and floor tile                              319          1 380          6   991           25        10          6         2         5         2        –        –       –         –
3255        Clay refractories                                        116            691          3   216           10         3          2         3         2         –        –        –       –         –
3259        Structural clay products, n.e.c.                         615          3 984         15   537           12         –          1         3         4         3        1        –       –         –
326       Pottery and related products                             3 948         18 613         89   051          186        76         33        27        23        22        4        1       –         –
3261        Vitreous plumbing fixtures                               517          2 953         14   986           15         3          5         2         2         2        1        –       –         –
3262        Vitreous china table and kitchenware                     361          1 154          6   327            8         2          –         1         1         4        –        –       –         –
3263        Semivitreous table and kitchenware                       120            603          2   348            7         1          3         1         1         1        –        –       –         –
3264        Porcelain electrical supplies                            520          4 209         21   036           20         5          3         3         6         3        –        –       –         –
3269        Pottery products, n.e.c.                               2 430          9 694         44   354          136        65         22        20        13        12        3        1       –         –
327       Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products                 15  592       113  970        510 402            701       155         99       203       177        50       15        2       –         –
3271        Concrete block and brick                              1  315         8  452         37 237             57        12         10        14        15         5        1        –       –         –
3272        Concrete products, n.e.c.                             5  278        34  677        156 976            217        57         30        51        51        19        9        –       –         –
3273        Ready mixed concrete                                  7  766        59  002        266 990            400        83         52       132       111        17        4        1       –         –
3274        Lime                                                     (C)             (D)            (D)             3         –          2         –         –         1        –        –       –         –
3275        Gypsum products                                        1 124         11 016         45 866             21         –          5         6         –         8        1        1       –         –
328       Cut stone and stone products                                658         3 188         14 758             80        41         13        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.
8      CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                  COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1b.          The State                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                                1,000
code
                                                               including                                     establish      1 to       5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 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                        5 202          36 217        161 531            194       64         31        38        40         9        8        4       –         –
3291       Abrasive products                                       1 060           6 899         29 614             40        6          6        10        12         4        2        –       –         –
3292       Asbestos products                                          (A)             (D)            (D)             2        2          –         –         –         –        –        –       –         –
3295       Minerals, ground or treated                               723           5 303         22 729             34        8          5         8        11         1        1        –       –         –
3296       Mineral wool                                            1 630          13 777         62 458             22        5          2         5         4         1        2        3       –         –
3297       Nonclay refractories                                      315           3 225         13 840              8        5          –         1         1         –        –        1       –         –
3299       Nonmetallic mineral products, n.e.c.                    1 472           7 001         32 634             87       37         18        14        12         3        3        –       –         –
33     Primary metal industries                                  25 800         190    909      820   911          670      171        103       124       137        68       56        7       3         1
331      Blast furnace and basic steel products                   5 876          57    606      248   525          112       36         16        17        16        13        9        3       1         1
3312        Blast furnaces and steel mills                        1 496          15    121       77   924           32       16          6         6         1         –        1        1       1         –
3313        Electrometallurgical products                           126           1    136        5   019            3        –          1         –         1         1        –        –       –         –
3315        Steel wire and related products                       1 232           9    544       40   194           35       10          3         5         8         6        3        –       –         –
3316        Cold finishing of steel shapes                        1 387          18    059       67   181           16        5          3         2         4         –        1        –       –         1
3317        Steel pipe and tubes                                  1 634          13    745       58   129           24        3          3         4         2         6        4        2       –         –
332      Iron and steel foundries                                 4 893          29    728      130   315           84       19          9        18        14         8       14        1       1         –
3321        Gray and ductile iron foundries                       1 555          10    561       45   150           35       11          4         5         5         4        6        –       –         –
3324        Steel investment foundries                            2 570          14    464       62   472           22        1          2         5         2         3        8        –       1         –
3325        Steel foundries, n.e.c.                                 768           4    703       22   693           27        7          3         8         7         1        –        1       –         –
333      Primary nonferrous metals                                  200           1    648        8   581           14        7          2         2         1         2        –        –       –         –
3331        Primary copper                                           (A)                (D)            (D)           1        –          –         1         –         –        –        –       –         –
3334        Primary aluminum                                         (A)                (D)            (D)           1        1          –         –         –         –        –        –       –         –
3339        Primary nonferrous metals, n.e.c.                       169            1   475        8   074           10        6          –         1         1         2        –        –       –         –
334      Secondary nonferrous metals                              1 347           10   628       45   751           33        8          7         4         4         6        4        –       –         –
335      Nonferrous rolling and drawing                           5 969           42   992      178   814          116       27         15        20        21        13       16        3       1         –
3351        Copper rolling and drawing                              212            1   619        6   801            6        1          2         1         –         1        1        –       –         –
3353        Aluminum sheet, plate, and foil                         511            4   268       15   030            9        5          –         2         –         –        1        1       –         –
3354        Aluminum extruded products                            2 289           16   323       72   950           28        3          2         4         7         4        6        2       –         –
3355        Aluminum rolling and drawing, n.e.c.                      41               241            931            5        3          –         1         1         –        –        –       –         –
3356        Nonferrous rolling and drawing, n.e.c.                  140            1   052        3   765            9        3          3         –         2         1        –        –       –         –
3357        Nonferrous wiredrawing and insulating                 2 776           19   489       79   337           59       12          8        12        11         7        8        –       1         –
336      Nonferrous foundries (castings)                          5 656           34   646      149   801          202       44         35        42        47        23       11        –       –         –
3363        Aluminum die castings                                 1 658            9   782       44   770           44        6          3         6        19         7        3        –       –         –
3364        Nonferrous die casting except aluminum                1 124            7   331       30   282           30        8          8         1         5         4        4        –       –         –
3365        Aluminum foundries                                    1 906           11   806       48   760           79       17         15        19        17         9        2        –       –         –
3366        Copper foundries                                        829            4   736       21   496           41        9          8        14         6         3        1        –       –         –
3369        Nonferrous foundries, n.e.c.                            136                972        4   326            5        1          1         2         –         –        1        –       –         –
339      Miscellaneous primary metal products                     1 804           13   347       56   786           97       22         17        20        33         3        2        –       –         –
3398        Metal heat treating                                   1 407           10   370       44   222           73       12         14        17        27         1        2        –       –         –
3399        Primary metal products, n.e.c.                          397            2   977       12   564           24       10          3         3         6         2        –        –       –         –
34     Fabricated metal products                                123 123         872    148    3 776   254       4 468     1 299        839       843       876       354     210       40        5         2
341      Metal cans and shipping containers                       5 865          53    045      227   519          72        10          6         6        12        15      18        5        –         –
3411       Metal cans                                             4 869          45    515      193   469          51         2          6         3         9        11      16        4        –         –
3412       Metal barrels, drums, and pails                          675           4    922       22   147          18         7          –         2         3         4       2        –        –         –
342      Cutlery, handtools, and hardware                        11 344          78    781      342   169         340        94         78        53        59        30      22        2        1         1
3421       Cutlery                                                  749           5    398       26   752          10         3          1         2         –         1       2        1        –         –
3423       Hand and edge tools, n.e.c.                            2 207          13    528       63   287         120        34         28        22        28         4       4        –        –         –
3425       Saw blades and handsaws                                  434           3    134       13   684          20         5          8         1         4         1       1        –        –         –
3429       Hardware, n.e.c.                                       7 951          56    705      238   397         189        51         41        28        27        24      15        1        1         1
343      Plumbing and heating, except electric                    7 168          47    404      207   567         111        35         17        14        16        11      13        3        1         1
3431       Metal sanitary ware                                      887           6    246       27   458          18         5          5         3         1         1       2        1        –         –
3432       Plumbing fixture fittings and trim                     4 821          31    219      136   057          44        12          2         2        11         6       8        1        1         1
3433       Heating equipment, except electric                     1 447           9    901       43   845          47        17         10         8         4         4       3        1        –         –
344      Fabricated structural metal products                    36 900         252    006    1 102   813       1 533       448        267       317       303       125      66        7        –         –
3441       Fabricated structural metal                            4 702          38    703      165   938         216        70         40        40        42        16       7        1        –         –
3442       Metal doors, sash, and trim                            6 529          36    753      163   658         174        49         27        25        37        17      16        3        –         –
3443       Fabricated plate work (boiler shops)                   4 686          35    806      154   681         162        33         32        31        37        20       9        –        –         –
3444       Sheet metalwork                                       15 891         106    295      468   629         680       172        119       164       146        50      26        3        –         –
3446       Architectural metal work                               2 006          12    826       55   983         183        91         33        33        17         7       2        –        –         –
3448       Prefabricated metal buildings                          1 445           9    920       42   515          55        14          7        12        12         8       2        –        –         –
3449       Miscellaneous metal work                               1 615          11    609       50   471          55        13          9        10        12         7       4        –        –         –
345      Screw machine products, bolts, etc.                     10    988       89    998      376   869          293       64         61        67        61        19       12        7       2         –
3451       Screw machine products                                 3    844       29    082      126   044          185       42         42        48        40         9        3        1       –         –
3452       Bolts, nuts, rivets, and washers                       7    144       60    916      250   825          108       22         19        19        21        10        9        6       2         –
346      Metal forgings and stampings                            11    725       83    958      372   619          413      133         57        76        81        40       23        2       1         –
3462       Iron and steel forgings                                1    118        9    871       44   486           33       13          4         4         5         3        4        –       –         –
3463       Nonferrous forgings                                    1    724       15    624       59   672           15        –          –         1         5         2        5        2       –         –
3465       Automotive stampings                                   1    188        6    039       29   918           21        6          4         5         3         2        –        –       1         –
3466       Crowns and closures                                         211        1    956        7   772            5        2          –         1         1         –        1        –       –         –
3469       Metal stampings, n.e.c.                                7    464       50    376      230   105          333      108         48        64        67        33       13        –       –         –
347      Metal services, n.e.c.                                  17    337       99    791      438   090          876      241        188       176       201        52       13        5       –         –
3471       Plating and polishing                                 11    667       65    477      291   410          574      160        128       113       128        33        7        5       –         –
3479       Metal coating and allied services                      5    655       34    260      146   457          300       80         60        62        73        19        6        –       –         –
348      Ordnance and accessories, n.e.c.                         2    738       25    536      100   003           49       15         10         1         7         6        8        2       –         –
3482       Small arms ammunition                                       440        3    266       13   361           13        4          7         –         –         –        2        –       –         –
3483       Ammunition, exc. for small arms, n.e.c.                 1   281       14    538       57   069            8        2          –         –         –         2        2        2       –         –
3484       Small arms                                                  790        4    974       18   698           19        5          2         –         6         3        3        –       –         –
3489       Ordnance and accessories, n.e.c.                            227        2    758       10   827            7        2          1         1         1         1        1        –       –         –
349      Misc. fabricated metal products                         19    033      141    537      607   688          757      236        154       133       136        56       35        7       –         –
3491       Industrial valves                                      3    735       34    356      144   979           48        6          5         3        11         8       12        3       –         –
3492       Fluid power valves and hose fittings                   3    063       29    829      121   112           56       14         11         7        10         5        5        4       –         –
3493       Steel springs, except wire                                  323        2    442       10   425           14        3          2         3         5         1        –        –       –         –
3494       Valves and pipe fittings, n.e.c.                            860        6    128       25   474           24        4          4         4         4         5        3        –       –         –
3495       Wire springs                                                976        6    357       27   770           42        9          6        10        11         5        1        –       –         –
3496        Misc. fabricated wire products                         2 288          12   958       58   749          127       34         28        27        31         5        2        –       –         –
3497        Metal foil and leaf                                      337           2   874       13   049           11        1          1         4         3         1        1        –       –         –
3498        Fabricated pipe and fittings                           1 696          12   090       50   649           82       29         14        14        16         7        2        –       –         –
3499        Fabricated metal products, n.e.c.                      5 664          34   027      151   771          328      118         80        58        44        19        9        –       –         –

         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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                       CALIFORNIA 9

Table 1b.           The State                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                             1,000
code
                                                               including                                        establish     1 to     5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 to       or
                                                               March 12       First quarter        Annual          ments         4        9       19        49       99      249      499      999     more

            Manufacturing Con.
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                      163 258        1 610 712       6 786 070           6 618     2 751   1 337     1 151       868       255     178       48       16        14
351       Engines and turbines                                    5 262           59 052         240 652              32        13       5         2         3         4       1        1        1         2
3511        Turbines and turbine generator sets                      (H)             (D)              (D)              8         2       1         –         –         2       –        1        –         2
3519        Internal combustion engines, n.e.c.                     (G)               (D)             (D)             24        11       4         2         3         2       1        –        1         –
352       Farm and garden machinery                               2 418           13 721          58 826             153        49      38        27        29         8       2        –        –         –
3523        Farm machinery and equipment                          2 141           11 814          51 305             142        45      37        24        28         7       1        –        –         –
3524        Lawn and garden equipment                               273            1 891           7 360               9         2       1         3         1         1       1        –        –         –
353       Construction and related machinery                      4 666           36 235         156 014             244        67      55        50        57        10       4        1        –         –
3531        Construction machinery                                1 317            8 334          36 816              68        19      16        16        14         2       –        1        –         –
3532        Mining machinery                                        259            2 353          10 723              13         5       2         –         5         1       –        –        –         –
3533        Oil and gas field machinery                             492            4 847          19 334              27         3      11         5         7         –       1        –        –         –
3534        Elevators and moving stairways                          184            1 305           5 439              17         6       4         5         2         –       –        –        –         –
3535        Conveyors and conveying equipment                     1 360           11 429          48 672              61        12      11        13        20         4       1        –        –         –
3536        Hoists, cranes, and monorails                           212            1 661           7 401              15         2       5         5         3         –       –        –        –         –
3537        Industrial trucks and tractors                          842            6 306          27 515              41        18       6         6         6         3       2        –        –         –
354       Metalworking machinery                                 12 362           93 483         404 627             940       438     192       151       114        31      11        2        1         –
3541        Machine tools, metal cutting types                    1 040            9 497          39 525              34        11      12         2         6         1       1        –        1         –
3542        Machine tools, metal forming types                      801            6 589          28 719              25         6       3         6         5         4       1        –        –         –
3543        Industrial patterns                                     237            1 588           7 251              43        27      10         5         –         1       –        –        –         –
3544        Special dies, tools, jigs and fixtures                6 539           48 798         212 872             578       278     118        98        65        14       3        2        –         –
3545        Machine tool accessories                              2 069           13 168          58 885             179        86      32        31        22         7       1        –        –         –
3546        Power driven handtools                                     319         1 996               8 947           26      13        7         2         2         1        1        –       –         –
3547        Rolling mill machinery                                      (B)           (D)                 (D)           3       2        –         –         –         1        –        –       –         –
3548        Welding apparatus                                          943         8 253          35     133           25       5        5         2         8         1        4        –       –         –
3549        Metalworking machinery, n.e.c.                             315         2 618          10     456           25       8        5         5         6         1        –        –       –         –
355       Special industry machinery                             17    513       183 493         858     128          486     147       78        95        99        29       29        6       1         2
3552        Textile machinery                                          268         1 572           7     016           15       4        3         2         6         –        –        –       –         –
3553        Woodworking machinery                                      357         3 485          15     231           23      10        3         3         5         2        –        –       –         –
3554        Paper industries machinery                                 294         2 257          11     123           17       5        4         5         1         1        1        –       –         –
3555        Printing trades machinery                             1    209        10 145          43     219           47      11       12        12         5         4        2        1       –         –
3556        Food products machinery                               1    929        13 792          63     443           80      19       13        16        26         3        3        –       –         –
3559        Special industry machinery, n.e.c.                   13    425       152 112         717     453          296      92       42        57        55        19       23        5       1         2
356       General industrial machinery                           16    688       135 939         598     953          483     133       83        91        90        40       36        9       1         –
3561        Pumps and pumping equipment                           3    958        35 294         155     176           64      16        8        10        12         5        9        4       –         –
3562        Ball and roller bearings                                   497         3 727          16     923           13       4        1         4         1         1        2        –       –         –
3563        Air and gas compressors                                    708         5 643          23     593           27       5        4         8         4         6        –        –       –         –
3564        Blowers and fans                                       1   917        14 716          65     046           74      21       11        15        16         7        4        –       –         –
3565        Packaging machinery                                    3   239        27 071         120     265           86      22       17        16        14         6        9        2       –         –
3566        Speed changers, drives, and gears                       592            5    585       22     344          24         7       5         7         2         1        2       –        –         –
3567        Industrial furnaces and ovens                         1 825           14    937       62     507          52        15      13         6        12         2        2       1        1         –
3568        Power transmission equipment, n.e.c.                    493            3    372       15     056          22         6       3         6         4         2        1       –        –         –
3569        General industrial machinery, n.e.c.                  3 459           25    594      117     954         118        34      21        19        25        10        7       2        –         –
357       Computer and office equipment                          60 199          768    344    3 058     401         629       211      92        90        93        49       53      22        9        10
3571        Electronic computers                                 29 411          415    049    1 576     502         197        60      32        22        31        18       17       5        6         6
3572        Computer storage devices                             13 312          165    688      692     351          63        11      13         9         9         7        6       4        2         2
3575        Computer terminals                                    2 806           32    496      126     222          44        11       3         8         6         6        7       3        –         –
3577        Computer peripheral equipment, n.e.c.                12 674          139    878      599     682         253        92      33        42        41        16       17       9        1         2
3578        Calculating and accounting equipment                    726            5    902       27     997          12         4       2         –         2         1        3       –        –         –
3579        Office machines, n.e.c.                               1 054            7    568       27     047          15         4       3         1         2         1        3       1        –         –
358       Refrigeration and service machinery                     9 766           66    781      292     716         324       113      53        50        51        30       24       2        1         –
3581        Automatic vending machines                              990            5    565       25     338          20         8       4         3         2         –        2       –        1         –
3582        Commercial laundry equipment                             60                 411        2     352           6         2       2         1         1         –        –       –        –         –
3585        Refrigeration and heating equipment                   3 324           21    830       97     620          97        30      15        11        22         8       10       1        –         –
3586        Measuring and dispensing pumps                          539            3    595       17     041          10         1       –         4         2         1        2       –        –         –
3589        Service industry machinery, n.e.c.                    4 853           35    380      150     365         191        72      32        31        24        21       10       1        –         –
359       Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                           34 365          253    611    1 117     148       3 307     1 561     740       595       332        54       18       5        2         –
3592        Carburetors, pistons, rings, valves                     879            4    374       20     220          27        10       1         6         7         2        –       1        –         –
3593        Fluid power cylinders and actuators                   2 613           29    774      127     056          54        16      17         7         7         2        2       1        2         –
3594        Fluid power pumps and motors                            394            3    910       15     827          16         7       5         2         1         –        –       1        –         –
3596        Scales and balances, exc. laboratory                    601            4    441       18     359          18         2       3         6         5         1        –       1        –         –
3599        Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                         29 878          211    112      935     686       3 192     1 526     714       574       312        49       16       1        –         –
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment               215 164        2 131 471       8 908 383           3 541     1 027     504       515       635       401     283      109       44        23
361       Electric distribution equipment                          2 537           21 956         94 050               81      23         9       17        18         8        5        1       –         –
3612        Transformers, except electronic                          983            7 344         31 728               29      10         5        3         5         3        2        1       –         –
3613        Switchgear and switchboard apparatus                   1 554           14 612         62 322               52      13         4       14        13         5        3        –       –         –
362       Electrical industrial apparatus                          9 310           71   798      297     688          258      71       55        34        41        32       20        5       –         –
3621        Motors and generators                                  1 707           11   430       52     322           49      11       16         5         7         5        4        1       –         –
3624        Carbon and graphite products                             462            3   414       14     076            7       1        –         2         1         2        1        –       –         –
3625        Relays and industrial controls                         4 656           37   068      160     256          140      45       30        17        21        12       12        3       –         –
3629        Electrical industrial apparatus, n.e.c.                2 485           19   886       71     034           62      14        9        10        12        13        3        1       –         –
363       Household appliances                                     2 099           12 824         53 413               61      23       11        10         8         2        6        1       –         –
3631        Household cooking equipment                              707            4 816         19 593               14       6        3         2         1         –        1        1       –         –
3632        Household refrigerators and freezers                     256            1 491          6 226                7       2        3         –         1         –        1        –       –         –
3633        Household laundry equipment                               (B)              (D)            (D)               2       –        –         1         –         1        –        –       –         –
3634        Electric housewares and fans                             706            3 625         16 166               24       9        3         6         3         1        2        –       –         –
3635        Household vacuum cleaners                                 (C)              (D)            (D)               4       1        2         –         –         –        1        –       –         –
3639        Household appliances, n.e.c.                             239            1 711          6 230                9       4        –         1         3         –        1        –       –         –
364       Electric lighting and wiring equipment                 12 026            79   806      342     832          350      97       59        53        84        28       23        6       –         –
3641        Electric lamps                                          288             1   590        8     203           13       6        –         –         5         2        –        –       –         –
3643        Current carrying wiring devices                       1 662            11   092       52     195           55      11       13         8        15         6        1        1       –         –
3644        Noncurrent carrying wiring devices                    1 511            10   418       44     521           30       6        4         5         7         3        4        1       –         –
3645        Residential lighting fixtures                         2 532            13   299       58     380          109      41       23        12        20         7        6        –       –         –
3646        Commercial lighting fixtures                          2 793            19   790       81     755           62      11        8        15        16         5        5        2       –         –
3647        Vehicular lighting equipment                            319             2   072       10     264           13       4        2         1         5         1        –        –       –         –
3648        Lighting equipment, n.e.c.                            2 916            21   519       87     411           65      15        9        12        16         4        7        2       –         –
365       Household audio and video equipment                      8 810           68 833        301 946              219      90       37        27        34        16        8        5       1         1
3651       Household audio and video equipment                     7 064           56 736        247 261              130      50       21        15        22        10        6        4       1         1
3652       Prerecorded records and tapes                           1 746           12 097         54 685               89      40       16        12        12         6        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.
10       CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1b.           The State                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                               1,000
code
                                                               including                                      establish     1 to       5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 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                               39   967       498    581    2 133 727            450      106         50        64        90        61      44       23        6         6
3661        Telephone and telegraph apparatus                    16   073       246    140    1 082 547            119       26         13        10        28        14      11       11        2         4
3663        Radio and TV communications equipment                20   418       225    355      938 450            233       46         24        42        47        34      24       10        4         2
3669        Communications equipment, n.e.c.                      3   475        27    085      112 488             94       30         13        12        15        13       9        2        –         –
367       Electronic components and accessories                 120   579     1 199    817    4 936 059          1 776      504        227       264       309       216     158       52       32        14
3671        Electron tubes                                        3   455        32    638      131 118             48       12          6        10         6         7       4        1        2         –
3672        Printed circuit boards                               18   591       130    496      566 502            408      102         45        76        84        52      40        7        1         1
3674        Semiconductors and related devices                   50   501       639    415    2 614 745            337       93         40        46        41        29      42       15       22         9
3675        Electronic capacitors                                 1   601         8    942       39 073             24        1          1         6         6         6       3        1        –         –
3676        Electronic resistors                                  1   391        11    148       49 192             16        –          1         2         2         6       4        1        –         –
3677        Electronic coils and transformers                     2  148         12  278         53    232           80      19         16        12        18        12        3       –        –         –
3678        Electronic connectors                                 7  343         62  377        245    404           68      15          5         4        14         8       12       6        4         –
3679        Electronic components, n.e.c.                        35  305        300  965      1 227    770          721     204        105       102       136        96       50      21        3         4
369       Misc. electrical equipment and supplies                19  754        177  495        745    751          311      83         53        45        50        38       19      16        5         2
3691        Storage batteries                                     1  844         16  407         66    853           19       3          2         2         3         4        1       4        –         –
3692        Primary batteries, dry and wet                            45             300          1    338            6       3          2         –         1         –        –       –        –         –
3694        Engine electrical equipment                            2 671          13 295         55    570           51      18         12         2         7         5        4       1        2         –
3695        Magnetic and optical recording media                   8 070          78 534        328    403           87      36         13        10         5         9        5       5        2         2
3699        Electrical equipment and supplies, n.e.c.              7 123          68 948        293    496          146      21         24        31        34        20        9       6        1         –
37      Transportation equipment                                177   307     2 001    339    8 087    755       1 487      488        223       277       225       112       87      35       14        26
371       Motor vehicles and equipment                           27   561       195    537      855    310         612      182         95       128       102        52       34      12        5         2
3711        Motor vehicles and car bodies                         5   500        60    019      269    097          59       19         10        13         9         4        2       1        –         1
3713        Truck and bus bodies                                  2   302        15    415       66    760          79       16         12        22        19         6        3       1        –         –
3714        Motor vehicle parts and accessories                  16   580        98    161      429    836         438      138         71        84        69        38       28       5        4         1
3715        Truck trailers                                            981         8    332       33    660          20        4          1         6         4         3        1       1        –         –
3716        Motor homes                                           2   192        13    597       55    814          13        3          –         3         1         1        –       4        1         –
372       Aircraft and parts                                     78   883       952    061    3 804    385         337       80         49        68        52        27       27      17        4        13
3721        Aircraft                                             44   829       573    488    2 268    500          32        8          2         6         5         –        –       3        –         8
3724        Aircraft engines and engine parts                     3   996        39    365      158    974          56       11          6        15         9         6        3       3        3         –
3728        Aircraft parts and equipment, n.e.c.                 30   036       339    078    1 376    382         244       58         40        46        38        21       24      11        1         5
373       Ship and boat building and repairing                   10   579        74    643      309    763         266      129         39        40        30        15        7       4        –         2
3731        Ship building and repairing                           8   047        60    485      245    052          66       13          9        19        12         3        4       4        –         2
3732        Boat building and repairing                           2   531        14    157       64    710         199      115         30        21        18        12        3       –        –         –
374       Railroad equipment                                           (C)              (D)             (D)          3        1          1         –         –         –        1       –        –         –
375       Motorcycles, bicycles, and parts                        2   137        12    466       59    706         118       54         13        20        19         8        4       –        –         –
376       Guided missiles, space vehicles, parts                 51   646       713    055    2 842    616          41        5          1         7         4         3        9       1        3         8
3761        Guided missiles and space vehicles                   39   748       560    853    2 224    446          10        –          –         –         –         1        2       –        2         5
3764        Space propulsion units and parts                     10   589       141    222      571    073          11        –          1         1         2         –        3       –        1         3
3769        Space vehicle equipment, n.e.c.                       1   309        10    980       47    097          20        5          –         6         2         2        4       1        –         –
379       Miscellaneous transportation equipment                  6   316        52    402      209    585         105       35         23        13        18         7        5       1        2         1
3792        Travel trailers and campers                           1   408         7    507       37    974          35       14          8         2         2         4        4       1        –         –
3795        Tanks and tank components                             3   878        39    227      144    467           5        –          –         –         1         1        –       –        2         1
3799        Transportation equipment, n.e.c.                      1   030         5    668       27    144          65       21         15        11        15         2        1       –        –         –
38      Instruments and related products                        146 238       1 639 440       6 626 660          2 108      674        338       280       350       179     166       66       30        25
381       Search and navigation equipment                        45 068         613 140       2 379 085             142      24         17        18        18        19       13      10        7        16
382       Measuring and controlling devices                      44 299         484    604    2 020    662          940     282        153       131       189        87       66      20        7         5
3821       Laboratory apparatus and furniture                     2 378          22    267       97    073           62      14          9        10        19         6        1       3        –         –
3822       Environmental controls                                 1 638          11    413       49    216           47      17          9         4        11         4        1       –        1         –
3823       Process control instruments                            7 411          69    128      294    424          166      41         25        21        37        22       18       1        1         –
3824       Fluid meters and counting devices                        651           5    627       25    673           25      12          4         2         4         2        –       1        –         –
3825       Instruments to measure electricity                    12 065         141    059      618    469          258      76         46        45        45        11       25       8        1         1

3826        Analytical instruments                                 9 572        120 048         458 773             125      38         21        11        21        13       11        6       2         2
3827        Optical instruments and lenses                         5 535         59 927         252 085             103      29         16        15        23        12        4        1       2         1
3829        Measuring and controlling devices, n.e.c.              5 047         55 128         224 909             153      54         23        23        29        17        6        –       –         1
384       Medical instruments and supplies                       48   351       478    477    1 971    083          770     248        122        96       123        60       73      30       14         4
3841       Surgical and medical instruments                      18   401       180    967      765    964          270      88         36        34        43        24       26      12        4         3
3842       Surgical appliances and supplies                      13   157       107    914      441    164          253      79         46        33        36        20       25      11        3         –
3843       Dental equipment and supplies                          4   263        32    323      135    727          140      62         25        18        19         7        4       3        2         –
3844       X ray apparatus and tubes                              4   321        56    974      224    767           27       7          3         3         6         1        4       1        1         1
3845       Electromedical equipment                               8   209       100    299      403    461           80      12         12         8        19         8       14       3        4         –
385       Ophthalmic goods                                         3 876          25 699        107 772              82      33         16        13         7         4        5        2       2         –
386       Photographic equipment and supplies                      4 290          35 750        138 999             140      63         27        20        10         8        8        4       –         –
387       Watches, clocks, watchcases, and parts                      322          1 454              7 078          20      11           2        2         3         1        1        –       –         –

39      Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                   38 845         230 618       1 054 410          2 318     1 184       411       292       254       112       49      13        1         2
391       Jewelry, silverware, and plated ware                     3 308          17 798         83    274          394     253         64        33        31        11        2        –       –         –
3911        Jewelry, precious metal                                2 806          15 295         71    953          346     228         53        29        24        11        1        –       –         –
3914        Silverware and plated ware                               274           1 706          7    782           21       4          8         4         5         –        –        –       –         –
3915        Jewelers’ materials and lapidary work                    228             797          3    539           27      21          3         –         2         –        1        –       –         –
393       Musical instruments                                      1 904          10 991         50 745              85      47         10        13         3         7        4        1       –         –
394       Toys and sporting goods                                11 934           74   226      353    408          542     250         98        70        71        26       21        5       –         1
3942        Dolls and stuffed toys                                  450            2   512       11    707           30      19          3         2         4         1        1        –       –         –
3944        Games, toys, and children’s vehicles                  1 803            8   727       59    577          126      67         22        21         9         4        2        1       –         –
3949        Sporting and athletic goods, n.e.c.                   9 681           62   987      282    124          386     164         73        47        58        21       18        4       –         1
395       Pens, pencils, office, and art supplies                  3 970          26   591      108    784          145      64         30        17        15        12        4        2       1         –
3951        Pens and mechanical pencils                            1 155          10   903       45    052           16       6          2         3         1         2        1        –       1         –
3952        Lead pencils and art goods                               423           2   070        9    135           31      15          7         4         2         2        1        –       –         –
3953        Marking devices                                        1 279           6   292       27    285           80      39         21         6         7         6        –        1       –         –
3955        Carbon paper and inked ribbons                         1 113           7   326       27    312           18       4          –         4         5         2        2        1       –         –
396       Costume jewelry and notions                              2 910          11 135         52 516             126      64         24        17        10         8        1        1       –         1
3961        Costume jewelry                                        2 093           8 889         42 684             104      58         18        13         8         5        1        –       –         1
3965        Fasteners, buttons, needles, and pins                    817           2 246          9 832              22       6          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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     CALIFORNIA 11

Table 1b.          The State                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                               1,000
code
                                                               including                                      establish      1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 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                              14 699           89 326         400 411           935       425       176       141       124        48      17        4        –         –
3991       Brooms and brushes                                       518            3 301          14 394            19         5         3         2         4         5       –        –        –         –
3993       Signs and advertising specialities                     6 040           36 769         164 273           494       251       103        66        48        19       6        1        –         –
3995       Burial caskets                                            (C)             (D)              (D)           12         4         1         2         4         1       –        –        –         –
3996       Hard surface floor coverings, n.e.c.                      (C)              (D)             (D)            4         1         2         –         –         –       1        –        –         –
3999       Manufacturing industries, n.e.c.                       7 708           45 715         207 072           406       164        67        71        68        23      10        3        –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                             103 078        1 611 019       6 383 948         1 138       276       146       179       216       116     122       41       22        20
            Transportation and public utilities                 619    300     5 319   283    21 489   994      26 735     13 645    4 704     3 343    2 915     1 182      650      194       51        51
41     Local and interurban passenger transit                    40    649       173   315       752   474       1 453        498      262       249      253       114       56       16        4         1
411      Local and suburban transportation                       21    599       104   220       457   984         965        323      191       179      170        68       24        8        2         –
4111        Local and suburban transit                            6    715        28   233       116   005         161         41       15        27       41        25        8        2        2         –
4119        Local passenger transportation, n.e.c.               14    869        75   940       341   597         802        281      176       151      129        43       16        6        –         –
412      Taxicabs                                                 2    050         6   584        26   184         142         78       17        20       19         5        2        1        –         –
413      Intercity and rural bus transportation                   2    078        10   539        44   426          56         12       16        14        4         5        3        1        1         –
414      Bus charter service                                      3    723        13   739        63   369         169         50       29        28       40        18        4        –        –         –
4141        Local bus charter service                             1    561         5   995        25   830          71         18       13        15       16         7        2        –        –         –
4142        Bus charter service, except local                     2    143         7   656        37   076          94         29       16        12       24        11        2        –        –         –
415      School buses                                            11    130        38   097       159   581          92         11        6         7       19        18       23        6        1         1
417      Bus terminal and service facilities                            (A)             (D)             (D)          1          1        –         –        –         –        –        –        –         –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                 169    712     1 046   353     4 516   202      10 963      5 904    1 753     1 499    1 213       413      143       23        7         8
421      Trucking and courier services, except air              155    686       967   385     4 166   561       9 289      4 752    1 523     1 367    1 110       371      131       20        7         8
422      Public warehousing and storage                          13    894        78   472       345   116       1 629      1 117      224       129      102        42       12        3        –         –
4221        Farm product warehousing and storage                       660         3   670        16   900          50         17       12         8       11         2        –        –        –         –
4222        Refrigerated warehousing and storage                   2   397        17   095        75   928         133         37       23        34       29         7        3        –        –         –
4225        General warehousing and storage                        8   233        38   456       167   669       1 246        954      159        64       35        26        5        3        –         –
4226        Special warehousing and storage, n.e.c.                2   506        18   703        82   364         178         92       28        22       25         7        4        –        –         –
423      Trucking terminal facilities                                    11              33            241           3          2        1         –        –         –        –        –        –         –
44     Water transportation                                      16    743       188   100       849   716         548        278      107        63       48        30       14        2        3         3
441      Deep sea foreign transportation of freight               2    072        28   219       114   156          26          9        6         1        5         1        1        2        1         –
442      Deep sea domestic transportation of freight              1    272        16   978        74   906          21          7        2         4        5         –        2        –        1         –
443      Freight transportation on the Great Lakes                      (A)             (D)             (D)          1          1        –         –        –         –        –        –        –         –
444      Water transportation of freight, n.e.c.                         16              61            160           4          2        2         –        –         –        –        –        –         –
448      Water transportation of passengers                        3   153        12   490        53   386          68         29        7         4       12         8        7        –        –         1
4481        Deep sea passenger transportation, ex. ferry           1   623         5   907        24   925           7          1        –         –        2         1        2        –        –         1
4482        Ferries                                                    260         1   039         5   314           7          1        –         2        3         –        1        –        –         –
4489        Water passenger transportation, n.e.c.                1    270         5   544        23   147          54         27        7         2        7         7        4        –        –         –
449      Water transportation services                           10    145       129   678       604   122         411        216       88        54       26        20        4        –        1         2
4491        Marine cargo handling                                 7    098       110   141       521   220          74         26       16        11        9         8        1        –        1         2
4492        Towing and tugboat service                                 835         8   160        31   260          34         11        4         8        4         6        1        –        –         –
4493        Marinas                                                1   524         6   128        29   789         221        121       58        28       10         3        1        –        –         –
4499        Water transportation services, n.e.c.                      688         5   249        21   853          82         58       10         7        3         3        1        –        –         –
45     Transportation by air                                     92    382       891   899     3 569   490       1 436        568      246       190      195       115       82       20        7        13
451      Air transportation, scheduled                           82    163       836   765     3 335   483         847        292      134       104      123        94       65       15        7        13
452      Air transportation, nonscheduled                         1    934        15   554        69   097         166         83       37        21       16         7        2        –        –         –
458      Airports, flying fields, and services                    8    266        39   424       163   842         414        185       74        65       56        14       15        5        –         –
46     Pipelines, except natural gas                              1    533        21   700        77   219          52          7       18        12        9         3        2        1        –         –
461      Pipelines, except natural gas                            1    533        21   700        77   219          52          7       18        12        9         3        2        1        –         –
4619        Pipelines, n.e.c.                                           (A)             (D)             (D)          1          1        –         –        –         –        –        –        –         –
47     Transportation services                                   53    579       330   085     1 432   749       6 778      4 180    1 479       604      353       114       37       10        1         –
472      Passenger transportation arrangement                    29    524       154   369       677   937       4 680      3 089    1 026       348      155        36       20        5        1         –
4724        Travel agencies                                      21    397       108   101       465   172       4 046      2 714      912       282      105        21       10        2        –         –
4725        Tour operators                                        6    307        33   336       158   605         488        270       92        59       42        13        9        3        –         –
4729        Passenger transport arrangement, n.e.c.               1    785        12   824        53   400         122         84       19         7        8         2        1        –        1         –
473      Freight transportation arrangement                      19    320       152   991       661   010       1 755        889      402       228      160        61       12        3        –         –
474      Rental of railroad cars                                         80            655         2   124          12          9        –         2        1         –        –        –        –         –
478      Miscellaneous transportation services                    4    553        21   727        88   105         264        134       45        24       37        17        5        2        –         –
48     Communication                                            155    143     1 509   002     5 782   786       3 546      1 399      525       477      569       245      211       87       16        17
481      Telephone communication                                107    109     1 098   697     4 062   990       1 994        756      337       261      258       140      148       66       13        15
4812        Radiotelephone communications                         9    643        92   629       379   878         438        227       66        52       48        24       15        5        –         1
4813        Telephone communications, exc. radio                 97    458     1 006   054     3 683   014       1 554        528      270       209      210       116      133       61       13        14
482      Telegraph and other communications                         657            4   800        18   784           85       48        13        13        11         –        –       –        –         –
483      Radio and television broadcasting                       28 258          252   183     1 049   448          699      204        78       123       191        62       26      13        –         2
484      Cable and other pay TV services                         16 180          122   666       519   419          389      123        52        49        84        35       36       8        2         –
489      Communication services, n.e.c.                           2 385           27   465       112   303          164       88        26        22        18         8        1       –        1         –
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                      76 439          988 455       3 898 463         1 618       680       255       204       220       124       91      27        8         9
491      Electric services                                       19 654          282 257       1 162 278           310        57        49        50        81        27       32      10        2         2
492      Gas production and distribution                              (I)             (D)             (D)          176        48        33        19        18        29       22       6        –         1
493      Combination utility services                                (K)              (D)             (D)           80        15        10         4        13        12        6       8        6         6
4931        Electric and other services combined                     (K)              (D)             (D)           63         5         9         3         8        12        6       8        6         6
4932        Gas and other services combined                          (B)              (D)             (D)            4         2         –         –         2         –        –       –        –         –
4939        Combination utilities, n.e.c.                           122            1 208           5 109            12         7         1         1         3         –        –       –        –         –
494      Water supply                                             2 861           24 052          95 735           345       212        69        30        24         8        2       –        –         –
495      Sanitary services                                       13 445          105 236         447 797           632       291        84        95        83        48       28       3        –         –
496      Steam and air conditioning supply                          205            2 795          10 583             6         1         3         1         –         –        1       –        –         –
497      Irrigation systems                                         157              685           3 242            53        44         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.
12       CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1b.           The State                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                                  1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish        1 to       5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 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                             13 120        170 374         610 895           341        131         59        45        55        24       14        8       5         –

            Wholesale trade                                     788 628      6 646 248      28 197 961       60 303     30 001     12 368      9 175    6 027     1 680      823      179       35        15
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                           439 413      3 805 235      16 296 664       36 994     18 226       7 880     5 883    3 610        906     388       79       15         7
501       Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                    55   533      392    148    1 703   944      4 461      1 991       1 078       800       416       124       40        9       1         2
5012       Automobiles and other motor vehicles                  16   540      152    101      654   930        712        364         114        88        77        45       13        8       1         2
5013       Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                  30   214      189    131      821   446      2 632      1 063         679       539       261        65       24        1       –         –
5014       Tires and tubes                                        4   236       31    031      138   017        363        116         103        83        51         7        3        –       –         –
5015       Motor vehicle parts, used                              4   449       19    561       86   346        698        395         181        89        26         7        –        –       –         –
502       Furniture and homefurnishings                          24 047        158 503         705 182        2 251      1 142         467       337       225        56       22        2       –         –
5021        Furniture                                            10 204         71 207         314 726          999        510         207       148       101        24        9        –       –         –
5023        Homefurnishings                                      13 778         86 943         388 198        1 216        599         258       189       123        32       13        2       –         –
503       Lumber and construction materials                      21   649      163    541      721   333      1 942         879        409       364       231        46       12        1       –         –
5031        Lumber, plywood, and millwork                        10   728       85    413      375   999        791         344        144       141       124        30        8        –       –         –
5032        Brick, stone, and related materials                   3   959       26    454      118   720        510         257        137        81        28         6        1        –       –         –
5033        Roofing, siding, and insulation                       3   192       23    524      103   304        215          54         41        71        43         5        –        1       –         –
5039        Construction materials, n.e.c.                        3   695       27    780      120   570        388         191         83        71        35         5        3        –       –         –
504       Professional and commercial equipment                 108   324    1 129    971    4 685   451      6 944      3 430       1 342     1 044       726       225     133       31       11         2
5043        Photographic equipment and supplies                   4   686       49    003      195   968        219         94          46        38        28         6       5        –        2         –
5044        Office equipment                                     17   492      153    901      621   275        924        358         193       167       138        40      20        6        2         –
5045        Computers, peripherals and software                  59   097      692    779    2 863   223      3 535      1 789         667       509       355       114      73       19        7         2
5046        Commercial equipment, n.e.c.                          4   680       34    884      148   958        539        275         119        92        43         7       3        –        –         –
5047        Medical and hospital equipment                       14   168      135    230      588   930      1 155        629         200       154       109        41      19        3        –         –
5048        Ophthalmic goods                                      3   624       24    768      106   909        245        126          42        37        23         8       8        1        –         –
5049        Professional equipment, n.e.c.                        4   561       39    364      159   996        321        154          74        47        30         9       5        2        –         –
505       Metals and minerals, except petroleum                  13 697        114 220         510 420        1 062         441        249       188       121        49       14        –       –         –
5051       Metals service centers and offices                    13 533        112 629         502 526        1 016         409        239       185       120        49       14        –       –         –
5052       Coal and other minerals and ores                         150          1 547           7 386           27          14          9         3         1         –        –        –       –         –
506       Electrical goods                                       78   450      796    380    3 405   018      5 741      2 603       1 239       963       670       184       61      16        2         3
5063        Electrical apparatus and equipment                   23   200      220    377      941   347      1 962        824         461       374       244        51        6       1        –         1
5064        Electrical appliances, TV and radios                  8   987       79    565      351   429        557        244         120        94        71        16        6       5        1         –
5065        Electronic parts and equipment                       46   040      494    493    2 102   513      3 130      1 459         649       489       354       117       49      10        1         2
507       Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment               27   467      209    550      914   334      2 448      1 071         581       469       256        47       20        4       –         –
5072        Hardware                                             13   118       93    774      421   187        995        420         235       182       116        24       16        2       –         –
5074        Plumbing and hydronic heating supplies                8   888       66    319      284   785        846        343         203       190        92        14        3        1       –         –
5075        Warm air heating and air conditioning                 3   453       31    382      134   908        393        186          96        73        31         6        1        –       –         –
5078        Refrigeration equipment and supplies                  1   967       17    839       71   323        187         97          46        23        17         3        –        1       –         –
508       Machinery, equipment, and supplies                     64   170      522    531    2 260   652      6 724      3 311       1 553     1 110       601       101       41        7       –         –
5082       Construction and mining machinery                      4   517       40    137      163   638        347        168          79        52        31         7        9        1       –         –
5083       Farm and garden machinery                              6   799       48    280      211   749        645        229         173       143        95         4        1        –       –         –
5084       Industrial machinery and equipment                    25   338      217    961      953   887      2 747      1 421         631       409       229        35       19        3       –         –
5085       Industrial supplies                                   14   387      118    426      506   484      1 448        621         378       290       119        34        5        1       –         –
5087       Service establishment equipment                        6   927       44    092      188   345        741        386         155       111        73        13        2        1       –         –
5088       Transportation equipment and supplies                  5   936       51    943      224   478        606        313         126        99        54         8        5        1       –         –
509       Miscellaneous durable goods                            45   278      313    474    1 359   697      4 887      2 871         935       591       361        74       45        9       1         –
5091        Sporting and recreational goods                       7   944       53    602      269   715        826        420         187       134        64        14        6        1       –         –
5092        Toys and hobby goods and supplies                     6   798       58    662      230   223        545        307         115        55        44         9       12        3       –         –
5093        Scrap and waste materials                            11   998       63    852      287   438        961        448         173       177       127        20       15        1       –         –
5094        Jewelry and precious stones                           7   475       49    402      209   652      1 227        850         213       101        48        10        3        2       –         –
5099        Durable goods, n.e.c.                                11   063       87    956      362   486      1 327        845         247       124        78        21        9        2       1         –

51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                        303 249      2 170 520       9 347 539       22 564     11 621       4 346     3 161    2 284        690     375       71       11         5
511       Paper and paper products                               39   326      241    756    1 005   019      2 276         995        473       362       334        72       29        9       –         2
5111        Printing and writing paper                            4   175       44    345      172   414        293         165         60        35        12        11        8        2       –         –
5112        Stationery and office supplies                       26   725      128    419      535   315      1 302         506        278       214       246        35       16        5       –         2
5113        Industrial and personal service paper                 8   378       68    682      295   066        657         302        134       113        75        26        5        2       –         –
512       Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries                     17 600        164 864         707 454           931        419        173       143       118        47       24        6       –         1
513       Apparel, piece goods, and notions                      34   107      226    057    1 038   483      3 886      2 382         680       416       291        80       31        5       1         –
5131        Piece goods and notions                               8   618       56    182      264   012      1 000        566         199       121        87        21        6        –       –         –
5136        Men’s and boys’ clothing                              8   229       60    110      269   523        713        380         133       104        58        26       10        2       –         –
5137        Women’s and children’s clothing                      13   885       84    713      378   218      1 478        913         258       150       113        28       12        3       1         –
5139        Footwear                                              2   541       21    581      101   118        289        171          55        31        24         5        3        –       –         –
514       Groceries and related products                        112   094      788    513    3 367   348      5 944      2 618       1 123       979       723       282     170       39        8         2
5141        Groceries, general line                              17   625      131    360      550   082        708        296         127       156        78        18      18       10        4         1
5142        Packaged frozen foods                                10   497       72    545      305   039        389        139          79        69        51        23      20        7        1         –
5143        Dairy products, exc. dried or canned                  5   809       49    615      213   063        342        144          78        55        36        21       5        3        –         –
5144        Poultry and poultry products                          2   035       11    667       51   360        115         49          20        17        21         5       2        1        –         –
5145        Confectionery                                         5   282       33    799      139   186        251        116          44        32        27        18      13        1        –         –

5146        Fish and seafoods                                     3   754       20    907       88   559        321         171         57        42        32        15        4       –        –         –
5147        Meats and meat products                               7   166       47    507      203   565        469         189         90        92        62        28        7       1        –         –
5148        Fresh fruits and vegetables                          23   887      153    594      682   973      1 136         485        237       161       136        67       43       4        2         1
5149        Groceries and related products, n.e.c.               35   375      264    670    1 112   853      1 948         809        361       347       273        87       58      12        1         –
515       Farm product raw materials                               3 507         20   061       96   307         338        178         56        57        38         6        3        –       –         –
5153        Grain and field beans                                  1 358          8   711       41   281         132         57         31        26        15         3        –        –       –         –
5154        Livestock                                                803          1   866        8   445          72         38          6        12        15         1        –        –       –         –
5159        Farm product raw materials, n.e.c.                     1 298          9   218       44   569         125         77         18        17         8         2        3        –       –         –
516       Chemicals and allied products                          14 916        141 093         581 298        1 361         629        315       228       153        23       11        2       –         –
5162        Plastics materials and basic shapes                   4 535         36 714         158 313          443         192        116        79        46         8        1        1       –         –
5169        Chemicals and allied products, n.e.c.                10 375        104 346         422 513          904         423        199       149       107        15       10        1       –         –
517       Petroleum and petroleum products                       10 224          93 146        379 994           828        320        199       162       124        13       10        –       –         –
5171        Petroleum bulk stations and terminals                 7 455          66 011        271 574           540        172        138       120        92        10        8        –       –         –
5172        Petroleum products, n.e.c.                            2 759          27 099        107 864           275        135         61        42        32         3        2        –       –         –
518       Beer, wine, and distilled beverages                    17 249        149 804         632 381           470        152         63        71        84        55       37        6       2         –
5181        Beer and ale                                          9 908         74 921         330 150           195         33         12        28        47        44       30        1       –         –
5182        Wine and distilled beverages                          7 326         74 836         302 011           267        113         49        43        37        11        7        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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     CALIFORNIA 13

Table 1b.          The State                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                                  1,000
code
                                                               including                                   establish         1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 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                                  54   140      344    770    1 536   149      6 495      3 901       1 259       740       419       112       60       4        –         –
5191       Farm supplies                                         10   677       79    654      349   831      1 049        473         266       176       104        23        7       –        –         –
5192       Books, periodicals, and newspapers                     8   598       66    291      278   209        545        241         117        66        77        30       14       –        –         –
5193       Flowers and florists’ supplies                         7   141       30    880      139   957        669        336         157        88        61        18        9       –        –         –
5194       Tobacco and tobacco products                           2   669       18    667       80   021         83         28           7        20        14         4        9       1        –         –
5198       Paints, varnishes, and supplies                        3   184       23    667      105   734        376        151         141        58        19         5        2       –        –         –
5199       Nondurable goods, n.e.c.                              21   288      122    500      562   779      3 447      2 370         556       328       141        30       19       3        –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                              45   966      670    493    2 553   758        745        154         142       131       133        84       60      29        9         3
            Retail trade                                      2 137   891    7 904    706   33 700 329      161   127   73 112      37 212    24 221    17 987    6 105    2 125      287       62        16
52     Building materials and garden supplies                    69   367      327    019    1 440 187        5   613    2 601       1 369       883       488      177       89        6        –         –
521      Lumber and other building materials                     42   494      215    887      949 854        2   108      784         444       370       303      119       82        6        –         –
523      Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores                       5   534       31    226      131 733        1   064      631         288       121        24        –        –        –        –         –
525      Hardware stores                                         14   017       51    937      231 981        1   347      584         366       238       102       51        6        –        –         –
526      Retail nurseries and garden stores                       6   444       23    659      107 940            880      459         219       138        56        7        1        –        –         –
527      Mobile home dealers                                          856        4    207       17 729            203      135          49        16         3        –        –        –        –         –
53     General merchandise stores                               209   937      673    119    2 936 160        2   649      778         257       236       283      160      753      172        9         1
531      Department stores                                      168   407      515    726    2 247 593            938       29           –         –         –       95      647      157        9         1
533      Variety stores                                           5   186       13    771       54 756            553      269         105       112        57        9        1        –        –         –
539      Misc. general merchandise stores                        36   269      143    403      632 797        1   122      447         151       123       225       56      105       15        –         –
54     Food stores                                              281   513    1 262    155    5 268 631       18   491    8 732       4 156     2 192     1 492    1 483      430        5        1         –
541      Grocery stores                                         238   913    1 143    490    4 750 725       11   361    4 605       2 405     1 297     1 170    1 455      424        5        –         –
542      Meat and fish markets                                    4   817       15    120       64 152            853      525         203        89        30        4        2        –        –         –
543      Fruit and vegetable markets                              1   916        6    079       28 261            331      217          52        40        20        2        –        –        –         –
544      Candy, nut, and confectionery stores                     3   240        8    508       37 835            612      316         238        47        10        1        –        –        –         –
545      Dairy products stores                                    1   354        1    935        9 401            303      190          75        30         8        –        –        –        –         –
546      Retail bakeries                                         22   261       62    445      266 899        3   439    1 901         851       487       183       15        1        –        1         –
549      Miscellaneous food stores                                8   688       23    982      107 619        1   465      866         323       198        70        6        2        –        –         –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                  203   549    1 192    386    5 228 847       16   940    6 623       4 944     3 171     1 350      645      198        9        –         –
551      New and used car dealers                                94   973      786    509    3 456 030        2   032      326         107       143       682      578      187        9        –         –
552      Used car dealers                                         4   131       20    682       92 644            998      726         176        70        21        5        –        –        –         –
553      Auto and home supply stores                             37   320      160    670      704 994        4   752    1 851       1 520     1 071       290       17        3        –        –         –
554      Gasoline service stations                               57   278      172    676      732 038        7   823    3 016       2 828     1 672       272       28        7        –        –         –
555      Boat dealers                                             1   864        8    917       44 052            309      172          68        57        10        2        –        –        –         –
556      Recreational vehicle dealers                             3   903       22    214      103 328            353      149          92        57        44       10        1        –        –         –
557      Motorcycle dealers                                       3   184       16    240       72 837            445      203         128        89        23        2        –        –        –         –
559      Automotive dealers, n.e.c.                                   446        2    244       10 133             85       56          17         7         4        1        –        –        –         –
56     Apparel and accessory stores                             133   993      407    995    1 716 243       15   387    6 862       5 152     2 233       978      111       22        7       20         2
561      Men’s and boys’ clothing stores                         12   512       43    419      182 984        1   708      690         595       319        99        4        1        –        –         –
562      Women’s clothing stores                                 41   001      108    749      456 653        5   032    2 150       1 636       848       348       38        9        3        –         –
563      Women’s accessory and specialty stores                   4   880       12    815       56 875            864      393         337       118        15        1        –        –        –         –
564      Children’s and infants’ wear stores                      4   549       10    212       45 762            716      340         243        83        50        –        –        –        –         –
565      Family clothing stores                                  46   013      153    893      636 899        2   072      629         497       452       395       61       12        4       20         2
566      Shoe stores                                             18   986       62    458      257 537        3   651    1 769       1 556       284        40        2        –        –        –         –
569      Misc. apparel and accessory stores                       5   563       15    250       71 541        1   093      671         270       119        28        5        –        –        –         –
57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores                      96   828      424    118    1 859   036     12   759    6 935       3 245     1 631       735       161       45        6       1         –
571      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                    45   582      196    351      872   282      6   993    4 046       1 685       866       320        58       17        1       –         –
5712       Furniture stores                                      21   307      104    982      454   888      3   056    1 801         698       349       168        25       14        1       –         –
5713       Floor covering stores                                  7   931       38    879      182   611      1   478      902         349       170        51         6        –        –       –         –
5714       Drapery and upholstery stores                          1   151        4    234       18   355          292      215          58        10         8         1        –        –       –         –
5719       Misc. homefurnishings stores                          15   163       48    170      215   917      2   138    1 100         579       337        93        26        3        –       –         –
572      Household appliance stores                               6   886       31    053      134   057          831      524         167        98        29         6        4        2       1         –
573      Radio, television, and computer stores                  44   331      196    607      851   501      4   907    2 339       1 392       666       386        97       24        3       –         –
5731       Radio, TV, and electronic stores                      18   797       98    314      426   152      2   002      993         624       180       127        63       15        –       –         –
5734       Computer and software stores                          10   087       56    236      247   551      1   256      716         324       128        55        21        9        3       –         –
5735       Record and prerecorded tape stores                    12   672       30    094      127   750      1   135      316         319       304       186        10        –        –       –         –
5736       Musical instrument stores                              2   742       11    834       49   313          488      291         122        54        18         3        –        –       –         –
58     Eating and drinking places                               781 294      1 704 137       7 351 515       51 174     19 558       9 222     9 182     9 964    2 805      413       22        7         1
5812       Eating places                                        747 654      1 637 730       7 044 709       45 547     15 897       8 101     8 693     9 666    2 756      405       21        7         1
5813       Drinking places                                       28 801         57 126         245 628        4 344      2 641       1 018       396       236       44        8        1        –         –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                     266   601    1 021    549    4 388 562       36 234     20 406       8 495     4 399    2 434        417       71      11        –         1
591      Drug stores and proprietary stores                      64   831      345    747    1 465 038        4 086      1 207         838       760    1 091        183        6       1        –         –
592      Liquor stores                                           10   962       29    268      124 411        3 298      2 538         592       139       26          3        –       –        –         –
593      Used merchandise stores                                 13   849       41    301      181 549        1 938      1 101         352       366       95         18        6       –        –         –
594      Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                    100   657      303    350    1 305 405       14 377      7 722       3 864     1 937      679        148       22       5        –         –
5941       Sporting goods and bicycle shops                      23   073       71    134      305 989        2 759      1 454         562       518      162         57        6       –        –         –
5942       Book stores                                           15   520       43    074      180 939        1 742        835         513       260      105         17        8       4        –         –
5943       Stationery stores                                      4   492       13    465       55 728          658        356         170        87       39          5        1       –        –         –
5944       Jewelry stores                                        13   610       63    744      264 459        2 912      1 682         965       235       24          5        1       –        –         –
5945       Hobby, toy, and game shops                            12   223       32    736      155 020        1 220        603         299       140      136         41        1       –        –         –
5946        Camera and photographic supply stores                 2   906        10   935       47   190        461        261         138        40        17         5        –        –       –         –
5947        Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                    19   702        43   865      194   116      3 528      2 043         973       398        96        13        5        –       –         –
5948        Luggage and leather goods stores                      1   770         6   757       30   073        281        147         104        20         8         1        –        1       –         –
5949        Sewing, needlework, and piece goods                   7   347        17   618       71   517        794        320         139       239        92         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.
14       CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1b.             The State                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                                1,000
code
                                                               including                                     establish      1 to       5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 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                                     27   434      133   259       580    926       2 565      1 392       509       362       217        46       33        5       –         1
5961        Catalog and mail order houses                         9   400       50   717       226    622         800        449       175        98        51        14        9        3       –         1
5962        Merchandising machine operators                       3   753       19   307        81    325         427        244        84        54        37         3        5        –       –         –
5963        Direct selling establishments                        14   281       63   235       272    977       1 337        698       250       210       129        29       19        2       –         –
598       Fuel dealers                                             2 865         16 513         67    254          381      123        163        77        17         1        –        –       –         –
5983        Fuel oil dealers                                         167            797          3    918           19        9          6         1         3         –        –        –       –         –
5984        Liquefied petroleum gas dealers                        2 554         15 252         61    119          317       80        148        75        13         1        –        –       –         –
5989        Fuel dealers, n.e.c.                                     144            464          2    205           44       33          9         1         1         –        –        –       –         –
599       Retail stores, n.e.c.                                  45 561        150   388       653    538       9 362      6 122     2 160       752       307        17       4        –        –         –
5992        Florists                                             11 271         27   756       115    545       2 449      1 619       545       236        45         4       –        –        –         –
5993        Tobacco stores and stands                               539          1   536         6    774         109         73        25         7         3         1       –        –        –         –
5994        News dealers and newsstands                             931          2   225         9    274         175        101        51        15         8         –       –        –        –         –
5995        Optical goods stores                                  5 887         23   019        96    566       1 173        821       254        35        61         1       1        –        –         –
5999        Miscellaneous retail stores, n.e.c.                  26 801         95   451       422    976       5 376      3 442     1 272       458       190        11       3        –        –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                             94 809        892   228     3 511    148       1 880        617       372       294       263       146     104       49       24        11

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                 820 653      7 426 825      28 567 191         74 572     45 868   12 532      8 095    5 527     1 482      751      205       76        36
60      Depository institutions                                 241 534      1 980 633       7 391 076         11 151      2 307     2 752     3 180    2 297        346     175       50       30        14
601       Central reserve depository                                  (G)            (D)               (D)           3        –           –        –         –         –        1        –       1         1
602       Commercial banks                                      158 425      1 295 794       4 758 615          6 121       905      1 165     1 959    1 713        214     103       29       21        12
603       Savings institutions                                   51 961        418 163       1 535 039          2 675       351        965       877       358        59       40      17        7         1
606       Credit unions                                          17 732        112 355         452 702          1 252       487        319       224       149        49       21        3       –         –
608       Foreign bank and branches and agencies                      (H)            (D)               (D)         125       16         21        34        36        15        2        –       1         –
609       Functions closely related to banking                     7 425         67 658        289 176             969      542        282        86        41         9        8        1       –         –

61      Nondepository institutions                               81 179        786 988       2 757 702          7 247      3 974     1 666       854       502       153       71      17        7         3
611       Federal and Federally sponsored credit                   1 099         13 071         49 837              60       16         20        16         5         1        1        1       –         –
614       Personal credit institutions                           17 911        146 574         639 617          1 545       739        563       121        70        36       12        1       1         2
615       Business credit institutions                           10 239        141 855         494 818             666      377        112        79        63        20       10        2       3         –
616       Mortgage bankers and brokers                           51 754        484 445       1 565 945          4 916      2 791       968       634       363        95       48      13        3         1

62      Security and commodity brokers                           50 182        984 196       3 815 525          4 400      2 917       580       346       340       145       58        9       2         3
621       Security brokers and dealers                           34 188        715 968       2 590 621          2 253      1 297       292       232       263       116       46        4       2         1
622       Commodity contracts brokers, dealers                        358         2 771         14 991              75       56         10         6         3         –        –        –       –         –
623       Security and commodity exchanges                            (E)            (D)               (D)          12        4           4        –         1         1        2        –       –         –
628       Security and commodity services                        15 241        262 059       1 194 411          2 046      1 547       274       107        73        28       10        5       –         2

63      Insurance carriers                                      154 562      1 542 054       5 826 251          4 722      2 283       664       519       620       317     209       65       31        14
631       Life insurance                                         33 665        334 225       1 214 966             950      284        132       190       209        77       33      15        8         2
632       Medical service and health insurance                   26 733        246 348         960 684             308       75         57        34        47        29       40      14        8         4
6321       Accident and health insurance                          1 643         16 542          63 868              64       26         13        11         6         4        2       2        –         –
6324       Hospital and medical service plans                    25 081        229 759         896 683             243       49         43        23        41        25       38      12        8         4
633       Fire, marine, and casualty insurance                   72 849        762 347       2 939 306          2 266      1 440       170       154       214       135       98      32       15         8
635       Surety insurance                                         1 698         16 915          68 084             94       42         20        11        13         4        3        1       –         –
636       Title insurance                                        15 591        148 707         504 373             622      139        201        91        98        58       32        3       –         –
637       Pension, health, and welfare funds                       3 842         32 104        131 234             462      290         82        38        36        13        3        –       –         –
639       Insurance carriers, n.e.c.                                  170         1 276              6 837          12         7          –        1         3         1        –        –       –         –

64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                   66 850        602 790       2 450 533         11 665      8 667     1 635       767       423       109       54      10        –         –

65      Real estate                                             192 534      1 106 393       4 570 597         32 223     23 616     4 790     2 141    1 149        346     135       38        6         2
651       Real estate operators and lessors                      69 654        300 240       1 275 889         14 380     11 046     2 010       773       398       110       31      10        2         –
653       Real estate agents and managers                       105 344        678 698       2 761 593         15 481     10 906     2 445     1 211       618       186       84      25        4         2
654       Title abstract offices                                   3 999         33 716        111 420             270       95         76        39        41        16        3        –       –         –
655       Subdividers and developers                             13 081          91 259        402 389          1 608      1 117       231       116        90        34       17        3       –         –
6552        Subdividers and developers, n.e.c.                    8 740          69 531        302 475          1 291        956       177        75        52        17       12        2       –         –
6553        Cemetery subdividers and developers                   4 256          21 226         91 792            245         95        51        38        38        17        5        1       –         –

67      Holding and other investment offices                     25 777        309 983       1 331 157          2 848      1 989       386       229       151        46       35      12        –         –
671       Holding offices                                          9 691       162 854         633 044             679      402        111        69        56        24       10        7       –         –
672       Investment offices                                       1 417         20 688        139 377             101       75           8         6        7         1        3        1       –         –
673       Trusts                                                   6 541         35 613        152 097             838      610        112        57        39         7       10        3       –         –
6732        Educational, religious, etc. trusts                    3 828         20 056         88 585             338      218         54        31        23         4        6        2       –         –
6733        Trusts, n.e.c.                                         2 707         15 524         63 370             499      392         57        26        16         3        4        1       –         –
679       Miscellaneous investing                                  7 882        89   359       387    840       1 146       824        153        95        49        13       11        1       –         –
6792        Oil royalty traders                                      223         1   516         5    831          41        32          4         2         3         –        –        –       –         –
6794        Patent owners and lessors                              3 085        37   547       157    260         227       114         44        33        23         6        7        –       –         –
6798        Real estate investment trusts                            881         9   754        41    739         108        74         12        10         8         3        1        –       –         –
6799        Investors, n.e.c.                                      3 693        40   542       183    010         770       604         93        50        15         4        3        1       –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                               8 035       113   788       424    350         316       115         59        59        45        20       14        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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     CALIFORNIA 15

Table 1b.          The State                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                                 1,000
code
                                                               including                                    establish       1 to       5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 to       or
                                                               March 12     First quarter        Annual        ments           4          9       19        49       99      249      499      999     more

           Services                                           3 862   853   24 509   849    107 184 149      283 804     174 065   51 413     28 989    17 639    6 255    3 752      978      392       321
70     Hotels and other lodging places                          170   847      591   488      2 495 475        5 949       2 719      968        962       675      254      229       96       34        12
701      Hotels and motels                                      163   694      571   051      2 396 979        4 842       1 976      772        865       623      244      220       96       34        12
702      Rooming and boarding houses                              1   146        2   788         11 740          288         218       44         18         8        –        –        –        –         –
703      Camps and recreational vehicle parks                     4   865       13   760         72 208          671         431      118         67        42        7        6        –        –         –
7032       Sporting and recreational camps                        1   664        4   625         27 368          252         170       39         21        17        3        2        –        –         –
7033       Trailer parks and campsites                            3   201        9   135         44 834          417         259       79         46        25        4        4        –        –         –
704      Membership basis organization hotels                     1   078        3   769         13 731          129          81       32          8         2        3        3        –        –         –
72     Personal services                                        124   630      395   599      1 651 049       19 806      13 116    3 825      1 981       595      176       92       18        3         –
721      Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                 50   971      183   363        789 695        6 730       4 485    1 209        603       248      122       53        8        2         –
7211       Power laundries, family and commercial                 2   650        8   435         36 513          196          86       42         38        19        8        2        1        –         –
7212       Garment pressing and cleaners’ agents                  2   470        5   374         24 126          814         697       83         23         6        4        1        –        –         –
7213       Linen supply                                           7   795       36   127        151 813          196          58       28         31        28       29       18        4        –         –
7215       Coin operated laundries and cleaning                   4   900       18   562         72 254        1 149         912      176         40        13        4        3        –        1         –
7216       Drycleaning plants, except rug                        14   709       41   051        175 878        2 432       1 441      574        308        96       11        2        –        –         –
7217       Carpet and upholstery cleaning                         4   698       17   103         81 242          976         692      177         74        25        5        3        –        –         –
7218       Industrial launderers                                  7   260       39   519        170 964          162          33       20         16        30       44       18        1        –         –
7219       Laundry and garment services, n.e.c.                   6   241       16   722         72 404          606         380      100         71        29       17        6        2        1         –
722      Photographic studios, portrait                           7   456       18   462         86 496        1 371         858      257        216        30        8        2        –        –         –
723      Beauty shops                                            32   792       90   434        374 833        7 149       4 810    1 428        723       177       11        –        –        –         –
724      Barber shops                                             1   559        4   557         18 946          430         332       63         27         7        1        –        –        –         –
725      Shoe repair and shoeshine parlors                            589        1   874          7 838          268         241       23          2         2        –        –        –        –         –
726      Funeral service and crematories                          6   315       36   473        151 290          680         256      239        133        40        8        3        1        –         –
729      Miscellaneous personal services                         24   847       60   162        216 324        3 076       2 038      602        276        90       26       34        9        1         –
7291       Tax return preparation services                       12   902       26   444         75 437        1 180         856      179         77        29        3       27        9        –         –
7299       Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c.               11   945       33   718        140 887        1 896       1 182      423        199        61       23        7        –        1         –
73     Business services                                        827   798    4 866   939     21 381 989       43 992      25 134     7 154     4 706     3 724    1 593    1 161      378       94        48
731      Advertising                                             26   750      234   506      1 026 131        2 260       1 326       445       242       163       42       31        9        1         1
7311       Advertising agencies                                  15   808      176   235        754 210        1 569         928       319       159       111       25       24        3        –         –
7312       Outdoor advertising services                           1   346       12   560         56 315           94          44        19        15         9        5        2        –        –         –
7313       Radio, TV, publisher representatives                   2   318       22   179        101 395          261         143        57        35        18        7        1        –        –         –
7319       Advertising, n.e.c.                                    7   093       22   680        107 591          245         131        43        30        24        5        4        6        1         1
732      Credit reporting and collection                         13   482       88   677        343 514          815         290       169       162       138       45        9        1        1         –
7322       Adjustment and collection services                     9   257       52   653        223 817          589         200       127       126       100       28        7        1        –         –
7323       Credit reporting services                              4   217       36   002        119 495          223          88        41        36        38       17        2        –        1         –
733      Mailing, reproduction, stenographic                     40   004      215   426        969 306        4 916       3 292       811       409       294       61       42        4        2         1
7331       Direct mail advertising services                       9   639       50   129        225 978          513         245       100        66        57       19       23        2        1         –
7334       Photocopying and duplicating services                 16   837       75   272        330 686        1 123         521       242       164       147       31       14        2        1         1
7335       Commercial photography                                 1   802       12   021         52 051          498         385        79        23         9        2        –        –        –         –
7336       Commercial art and graphic design                      7   374       55   872        264 453        1 753       1 324       271       102        49        5        2        –        –         –
7338       Secretarial and court reporting                        4   305       22   028         95 729        1 010         801       118        53        31        4        3        –        –         –
734      Services to buildings                                   89   072      299   814      1 303 294        6 382       3 571     1 173       848       533      140       70       29       12         6
7342       Disinfecting and pest control services                11   247       61   303        280 846        1 194         516       274       239       154        9        2        –        –         –
7349       Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                 77   656      238   190      1 018 975        5 090       2 966       894       606       378      131       68       29       12         6
735      Misc. equipment rental and leasing                      28   783      200   754        866 483        3 058       1 494       734       470       285       63       11        1        –         –
7352       Medical equipment rental                               3   738       28   804        119 114          295         100        81        61        42        9        2        –        –         –
7353       Heavy construction equipment rental                    6   633       50   981        221 235          740         370       128       152        78       12        –        –        –         –
7359       Equipment rental and leasing, n.e.c.                  18   288      120   473        523 113        1 957         965       520       255       165       42        9        1        –         –
736      Personnel supply services                              285   593    1 110   318      5 137 059        3 950       1 334       372       338       553      516      582      194       40        21
7361       Employment agencies                                   27   804      127   051        580 799        1 490         852       222       143       134       77       46       12        3         1
7363       Help supply services                                 257   672      982   816      4 553 731        2 449         472       150       195       419      439      535      182       37        20
737      Computer and data processing services                  164   261    1 940   940      8 309 355        9 770       5 798     1 517     1 002       829      345      189       56       22        12
7371       Computer programming services                         42   867      530   987      2 333 765        3 643       2 371       526       324       235      115       50       17        5         –
7372       Prepackaged software                                  45   003      661   683      2 830 617        1 300         547       216       180       201       74       52       17        8         5
7373       Computer integrated systems design                    13   217      159   437        586 089          745         360       157       109        74       29       11        3        1         1
7374       Data processing and preparation                       24   186      189   891        808 926          884         392       167       110       114       51       36        8        3         3
7375       Information retrieval services                         7   498       81   456        322 890          195          94        36        17        24       10        8        4        1         1
7376       Computer facilities management                         5 527         50   259        208   767          110        31        16        16        22        12       8        3        2         –
7377       Computer rental and leasing                            1 269         12   912         49   861          112        50        27        17        11         7       –        –        –         –
7378       Computer maintenance and repair                        9 550         97   258        392   449          699       369       132       111        61        16       7        2        –         1
7379       Computer related services, n.e.c.                     14 670        152   862        749   495      1   818     1 349       220       112        86        29      17        2        2         1
738      Miscellaneous business services                        178 099        766   504      3 318   157     11   918     7 200     1 884     1 207       917       376     227       84       16         7
7381       Detective and armored car services                    80 517        259   061      1 107   995      1   877       797       249       227       253       145     120       71       11         4
7382       Security systems services                              8 609         54   785        230   796          386       161        54        59        68        31      10        2        1         –
7383       News syndicates                                          810          8   878         44   090           75        41        12        10         8         4       –        –        –         –
7384       Photofinishing laboratories                            9 085         43   626        184   957      1   042       651       249        69        42        15      13        3        –         –
7389       Business services, n.e.c.                             79 000        399   667      1 747   039      8   512     5 528     1 318       841       546       180      84        8        4         3
75     Auto repair, services, and parking                       125   302      583   509      2 582   660     22 175      14 613     4 545     2 031       813       133       29        8       2         1
751      Automotive rentals, no drivers                          17   522       98   317        437   109      1 150         575       274       157        89        29       17        7       1         1
7513       Truck rental and leasing, no drivers                   3   432       23   187         97   325        437         191       141        66        36         3        –        –       –         –
7514       Passenger car rental                                  13   121       69   201        313   593        557         278       109        79        40        25       17        7       1         1
7515       Passenger car leasing                                      405        2   812         11   549         87          68         9         4         6         –        –        –       –         –
7519       Utility trailer rental                                     562        3   115         14   619         65          34        15         8         7         1        –        –       –         –
752      Automobile parking                                      10   948       36   166        161   010      1 856       1 332       284       133        86        16        4        1       –         –
753      Automotive repair shops                                 70   002      369   636      1 619   406     16 202      11 181     3 396     1 292       295        33        4        –       1         –
7532       Top and body repair and paint shops                   23   451      131   852        581   116      3 881       2 162       921       635       149        13        1        –       –         –
7533       Auto exhaust system repair shops                       1   586        7   835         34   396        431         308        94        27         2         –        –        –       –         –
7534       Tire retreading and repair shops                       1   252        6   643         28   687        191         110        46        20        13         2        –        –       –         –
7536       Automotive glass replacement shops                     2   128       12   301         51   847        448         290       115        29        13         1        –        –       –         –
7537       Automotive transmission repair shops                   3   054       15   161         67   494        840         591       205        39         5         –        –        –       –         –
7538       General automotive repair shops                       32   646      167   276        728   404      8 797       6 564     1 658       457       100        15        2        –       1         –
7539       Automotive repair shops, n.e.c.                        5   759       28   203        123   156      1 449       1 000       348        85        13         2        1        –       –         –
754      Automotive services, except repair                      26   696       78   917        360   736      2 887       1 454       587       444       343        55        4        –       –         –
7542       Carwashes                                             16   138       33   440        159   014      1 398         724       202       170       250        48        4        –       –         –
7549       Automotive services, n.e.c.                           10   462       45   286        200   390      1 437         683       382       273        92         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.
16       CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1b.             The State                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                                1,000
code
                                                               including                                     establish        1 to     5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 to       or
                                                               March 12     First quarter         Annual        ments            4        9       19        49       99      249      499      999     more

            Services      Con.
76      Miscellaneous repair services                            47   996      306   737     1 319     355      7 130     4 695      1 326       649       338        86       29        6       1         –
762       Electrical repair shops                                18   071      123   220       539     620      2 106     1 349        372       211       114        38       17        5       –         –
7622        Radio and television repair                           2   948       16   965        70     859        561       413         82        41        17         7        1        –       –         –
7623        Refrigeration service and repair                      2   148       19   639        82     940        309       177         79        28        21         3        1        –       –         –
7629        Electrical repair shops, n.e.c.                      12   955       86   520       385     282      1 213       737        210       142        76        28       15        5       –         –
763       Watch, clock, and jewelry repair                            692        2   581        10     695        206       165         31         7         2         1        –        –       –         –
764       Reupholstery and furniture repair                       3   364       16   794        73     007        761       591        113        42         9         5        –        –       1         –
769       Miscellaneous repair shops                             25   704      163   470       690     780      3 958     2 503        801       387       212        42       12        1       –         –
7692        Welding repair                                        2   182       12   122        53     180        446       322         72        32        18         2        –        –       –         –
7694        Armature rewinding shops                              1   295        8   986        36     474        152        78         29        31        13         1        –        –       –         –
7699        Repair services, n.e.c.                              22   210      142   260       600     703      3 358     2 102        700       323       181        39       12        1       –         –
78      Motion pictures                                         180 508      1 269 233       5   922   976      8   931   5   976    1 129       803       736       162       82      21        7        15
781      Motion picture production and services                 136 468      1 071 305       5   070   958      5   134   4   050      436       281       209        71       50      18        5        14
7812        Motion picture and video production                  37 652        575 617       2   643   146      3   206   2   600      259       151       113        37       28      10        2         6
7819        Services allied to motion pictures                   98 802        495 496       2   426   618      1   913   1   436      176       130        96        34       22       8        3         8
782      Motion picture distribution and services                 9 191        135 308           567   011          498       276       86        52        53        15       11       2        2         1
7822        Motion picture and tape distribution                  8 911        133 099           556   390          437       237       72        46        51        15       11       2        2         1
7829        Motion picture distribution services                    280          2 209            10   589           59        37       14         6         2         –        –       –        –         –
783      Motion picture theaters                                 18 999         29 924           134   428          791       153      105       168       274        69       21       1        –         –
7832        Motion picture theaters, except drive in             17 091         28 022           123   607          729       139       95       154       264        59       18       –        –         –
7833        Drive in motion picture theaters                      1 891          1 808             9   222           59        12       10        13        10        10        3       1        –         –
784       Video tape rental                                      15 503          29 480          127 636        2 268     1 274        492       300       196         6        –        –       –         –

79      Amusement and recreation services                       180 064        839 494       4 304 316         10 784     6 323      1 470     1 120    1 164        478     161       39       16        13
791       Dance studios, schools, and halls                        2 983          5 539           23 949            444       240      126        57        15         3        3        –       –         –
792       Producers, orchestras, entertainers                    31 567        235 595       1 715 037          3 793     2 898        364       250       164        59       39      15        4         –
7922        Theatrical producers and services                    14 687        115 531         629 819          1 313       852        173       130        98        35       16       9        –         –
7929        Entertainers and entertainment groups                16 708        118 965       1 078 437          2 410     1 981        189       118        66        24       22       6        4         –
793       Bowling centers                                          7 647         21 373           87 349            320        53       31        50       165        19        2        –       –         –
794       Commercial sports                                      12 228        182 721           721 727            478       281       72        48        42        18        7        5       2         3
7941        Sports clubs, managers, and promoters                 6 767        150 422           579 178            151        93       14        12        13         8        4        4       1         2
7948        Racing, including track operation                     5 461         32 299           142 549            327       188       58        36        29        10        3        1       1         1
799       Misc. amusement, recreation services                  125   316      393   099     1 741     812      5 547      2 670       861       712       776       379     110       19       10        10
7991        Physical fitness facilities                          27   304       57   198       236     826      1 230        432       174       171       288       140      22        3        –         –
7992        Public golf courses                                   8   780       27   205       120     572        301         69        36        53        72        63       7        1        –         –
7993        Coin operated amusement devices                       2   270        8   039        33     681        338        191        96        32        14         4       1        –        –         –
7996        Amusement parks                                      22   917       80   367       390     524         71         26         5        10        14         6       2        1        1         6
7997        Membership sports and recreation clubs               29   534      108   860       474     193      1 129        497       147       115       181       123      60        4        1         1
7999        Amusement and recreation, n.e.c.                     34   345      111   036       483     662      2 454      1 440       400       328       204        43      18       10        8         3

80      Health services                                       1 003 453      7 318 852      31 560 159         63 112     38 597     14 149    5 576    2 283     1 170      827      195      143       172
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                211 348      2 116 007       9 905 205         27 674     17 989      5 864    2 406       972       255     120       34       18        16
802       Offices and clinics of dentists                        84 170        485 523       2 219 951         15 415      8 123      5 265    1 719       281        22        4        1       –         –
803       Offices of osteopathic physicians                        1 661         11 852           56 219            330       218       74        27        10         –        1        –       –         –
804       Offices of other health practitioners                  40   833      198   703         885   153     11 699      9 162      1 866      530       108        19       13        1       –         –
8041        Offices and clinics of chiropractors                 11   555       48   623         207   827      4 350      3 682        555      102        11         –        –        –       –         –
8042        Offices and clinics of optometrists                   9   863       44   274         190   633      2 314      1 544        585      170        13         –        2        –       –         –
8043        Offices and clinics of podiatrists                    2   530       12   796          57   856        866        722        129       12         2         1        –        –       –         –
8049        Offices of health practitioners, n.e.c.              16   864       92   908         428   120      4 149      3 196        595      246        82        18       11        1       –         –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                  119 257        461 132       1 924 222          1 711         278      141        97       179       561     430       24        1         –
806       Hospitals                                             447 508      3 458 886      14 069 496              627        32         6       11        15        44     142      111      111       155
807       Medical and dental laboratories                        27 903        194 820           790 780        2 425      1 525       434       251       140        37       21      12        4         1
8071       Medical laboratories                                  22 933        169 210           676 494        1 305        695       255       175       109        34       20      12        4         1
8072       Dental laboratories                                    4 957         25 551           113 822        1 108        819       178        76        31         3        1       –        –         –
808       Home health care services                              37 288        183 552           799 065            987       310       95       115       223       158       74        7       5         –
809       Health and allied services, n.e.c.                     32 653        203 425           877 116        1 885         652      374       405       350        74       21        5       4         –

81      Legal services                                          128 966      1 423 950       6 317 146         21 492     16 070      2 737    1 462       847       255       99      18        4         –

82      Educational services                                    205 514      1 049 933       4 364 540          6 035      2 534      1 018      905       968       350     168       51       18        23
821       Elementary and secondary schools                       61 616        269 679       1 072 664          2 053         378      325       412       607       217       96      16        2         –
822       Colleges and universities                             111 804        638 407       2 669 628              467       106       60        40        82        60       49      32       16        22
823       Libraries                                                   602         2 750           11 957             55        36         9         5        4         –        –        1       –         –
824       Vocational schools                                     11 008          64 485          277 818            878       434      171       121       109        30       12        1       –         –
829       Schools and educational services, n.e.c.               20 212          73 604          326 383        2 468     1 481        445       324       162        43       11        1       –         1

83      Social services                                         213 513        772 322       3 253 028         17 729     8 659      3 651     2 953    1 749        418     264       29        5         1
832       Individual and family services                         50 732        201 456           848 672        4 114     1 945        828       718       444       115       59        4       1         –
833       Job training and related services                      31 995        105 525           450 896        1 218         419      256       214       167        80       70        9       3         –
835       Child day care services                                46 213        134 195           560 498        5 515     2 690      1 272       999       489        50       13        2       –         –
836       Residential care                                       61 593        218 365           914 530        4 263     1 975        881       706       454       138     100         7       1         1
839       Social services, n.e.c.                                21 825        109 740           458 447        1 897         977      376       291       189        35       22        7       –         –

84      Museums, botanical, zoological gardens                     7 705         36 609          154 233            332       177       48        37        37        19        9        4       1         –
841       Museums and art galleries                                5 488         25 728          104 322            287       155       40        31        33        17        9        2       –         –
842       Botanical and zoological gardens                         2 217         10 881           49 911            45         22         8        6         4         2        –        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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     CALIFORNIA 17

Table 1b.           The State                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                                   1,000
code
                                                               including                                  establish         1 to       5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 to       or
                                                               March 12     First quarter        Annual      ments             4          9       19        49       99      249      499      999     more

            Services    Con.
86      Membership organizations                                190 196        731 663       3 006 641       17 449      9 977       3 301     2 154    1 439        380     157       23       12         6
861       Business associations                                    8 475         64 924        268 221        1 346         920        245       100        61        13        7        –       –         –
862       Professional organizations                               4 578         35 498        141 353          574         371         95        61        33        11        3        –       –         –
863       Labor organizations                                    13 730          92 265        379 509        1 423         759        289       234       101        27       11        2       –         –
864       Civic and social associations                          34 132        100 253         429 369        3 744      2 530         559       310       215        77       47        3       3         –
865       Political organizations                                     886         4 223         24 833          269         228         24         6         8         3        –        –       –         –
866       Religious organizations                               114 968        350 979       1 419 607        9 123      4 668       1 924     1 300       917       205       79      17        7         6
869       Membership organizations, n.e.c.                       13 359          83 279        342 359          954         487        164       143       104        43       10        1       2         –

87      Engineering and management services                     380 003      3 455 223      15 129 718       35 185     23 324       5 553     3 223    1 954        643     361       60       40        27
871       Engineering and architectural services                106   615    1 144   709     4 979 419        9 648      5 670       1 835     1 118       693       207       96      14       10         5
8711        Engineering services                                 86   952      957   275     4 114 453        6 337      3 430       1 238       826       562       165       88      14        9         5
8712        Architectural services                               16   762      166   723       763 943        2 580      1 692         481       247       112        40        7       –        1         –
8713        Surveying services                                    2   643       18   916        85 923          561        398         103        39        18         2        1       –        –         –
872       Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                  92 979        702 636       3 096 571       11 194      8 315       1 730       717       286        77       42      10        8         9
873       Research and testing services                          67   171      693   623     2 905 578        2 945      1 397         496       413       381       147       85      11        7         8
8731        Commercial physical research                         31   633      414   819     1 685 200        1 041        488         159       133       140        56       52       6        2         5
8732        Commercial nonphysical research                      11   965       76   678       355 713          794        422         132       103        87        32       13       4        1         –
8733        Noncommercial research organizations                 12   389      112   175       474 594          425        213          68        62        47        16       13       –        3         3
8734        Testing laboratories                                 11   161       89   672       387 389          660        250         136       115       107        43        7       1        1         –
874       Management and public relations                       113   207      914   044     4 146 772       11 381      7 927       1 491       974       594       212     138       25       15         5
8741       Management services                                   53   808      371   156     1 641 942        3 364      2 001         484       398       274       109      66       22        7         3
8742       Management consulting services                        35   772      359   501     1 660 914        4 370      3 157         570       319       206        60      49        3        5         1
8743       Public relations services                              5   459       49   899       223 157          912        630         140        87        41        12       2        –        –         –
8744       Facilities support services                            7   378       48   010       202 166          109         21          12        24        23        15      11        –        2         1
8748       Business consulting, n.e.c.                           10   304       82   601       397 614        2 471      1 981         276       142        47        15       9        –        1         –

89      Services, n.e.c.                                         11 662        135 373         616 614        2 411      1 807         303       181        95        20        5       –        –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                             64 696        732 925       3 124 250        1 292        344         236       246       222       118       79      32       12         3

            Unclassified establishments                            7 961         23 263        148 770        5 748      5 254         350       104        36         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.
18       CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1c.          The State                  Employees and Annual Payroll by Employment Size Class: 1994
[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                10 624 807        685 416        924 153      1 206 204     1 887 625      1 468 439      1 646 315        886 571        604 407      1 315 677
                 Total payroll, annual ($1,000)         301 431 873      22 251 066     21 115 467     28 522 867    45 888 456     38 659 768     46 674 740     27 150 405     20 849 038     50 320 066


        AGRICULTURAL SERVICES,
         FORESTRY, AND FISHING
          Number of employees                                 96 486         12 299         14 807         16 954         19 523             (D)            (D)        4 611          1 870                –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 777 332        219 823        255 693        315 534        387 053             (D)            (D)       73 751         45 308                –
07      Agricultural services
          Number of employees                                 94 145         12 032         14 433         16 520         18 914        13 626              (D)            (D)        1 870                –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 695 120        207 615        242 598        303 669        367 288       259 902              (D)            (D)       45 308                –
08      Forestry
          Number of employees                                   1 027            109             (D)          152            363             (D)              –              –             –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             26 958          4 100             (D)        3 214         10 437             (D)              –              –             –               –
09      Fishing, hunting, and trapping
          Number of employees                                     677            153            156           236            132               –              –              –             –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             22 855          7 847          7 040         6 700          1 268               –              –              –             –               –
––      Administrative and auxiliary
          Number of employees                                     637              5             (D)           46            114             (D)            (D)            (D)             –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             32 399            261             (D)        1 951          8 060             (D)            (D)            (D)             –               –


        MINING
          Number of employees                                 31 030              (D)        1 231          2 571          4 497             (D)            (D)        8 163          3 614              (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 465 736              (D)       44 088         98 826        177 520             (D)            (D)      407 044        123 562              (D)
10      Metal mining
         Number of employees                                    2 403             48             47            81             (D)            (D)            (D)            (D)             –               –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                              90 324          1 116          1 839         2 348             (D)            (D)            (D)            (D)             –               –
12      Coal mining
          Number of employees                                      64              6              –            (D)            (D)              –              –              –             –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                              1 609             96              –            (D)            (D)              –              –              –             –               –
13      Oil and gas extraction
          Number of employees                                 16 245              (D)          710          1 191          2 167          2 035          2 123         4 606             (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           656 386              (D)       24 440         46 133         81 677         79 736         86 878       218 527             (D)               –
14      Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels
          Number of employees                                  6 537              (D)          437          1 182          1 568          1 255            812             (D)           (D)               –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            253 928              (D)       16 254         43 868         56 853         49 456         41 973             (D)           (D)               –
––      Administrative and auxiliary
          Number of employees                                  5 781              (D)            37            (D)            (D)           696            776         2 210               –             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           463 489              (D)         1 555            (D)            (D)        54 222         51 826       139 199               –             (D)


        CONSTRUCTION
          Number of employees                                480 078              (D)       67 530         80 904       109 405         64 233         58 261         19 967         12 838              (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                        14 433 810              (D)    1 583 271      2 195 396     3 393 085      2 158 649      2 043 702        731 535        509 460              (D)
15      General contractors and operative builders
         Number of employees                                 115 807         19 892         18 751         19 539         22 257        12 750              (D)            (D)        4 023              (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          3 466 969        551 303        435 026        532 771        691 479       452 342              (D)            (D)      142 355              (D)
16      Heavy construction, except building
          Number of employees                                 55 930          2 196          3 395          5 393         11 626         7 154           9 734         6 196          3 337           6 899
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          2 150 549         85 693        102 252        188 818        438 513       285 924         421 258       259 183        141 453         227 455
17      Special trade contractors
          Number of employees                                306 844         36 750         45 341         55 795        75 271         43 850         33 962         10 397          5 478                –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         8 719 622        926 573      1 043 483      1 463 710     2 242 566      1 393 718      1 078 522        345 398        225 652                –
––      Administrative and auxiliary
          Number of employees                                   1 497             (D)            43           177            251            479             (D)            (D)             –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             96 670             (D)         2 510        10 097         20 527         26 665             (D)            (D)             –               –


        MANUFACTURING
          Number of employees                              1 779 927         32 123         57 672        109 172       241 467        241 754        363 568        228 485        163 520        342 166
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                        64 466 601      1 162 213      1 410 840      2 841 627     6 856 545      7 191 025     12 036 380      8 172 424      6 981 858     17 813 689
20      Food and kindred products
          Number of employees                                157 899          1 168          2 558          6 135         18 155        20 784         38 836         32 756         25 141          12 366
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         4 642 939         42 380         53 290        129 957        485 561       587 493      1 229 526        993 147        728 124         393 461
22      Textile mill products
          Number of employees                                 16 534            254             414         1 027          2 391          3 261          5 221         1 622          2 344                –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           385 397         11 532           7 392        18 820         66 726         67 109        117 241        30 028         66 549                –
23      Apparel and other textile products
          Number of employees                                133 907          2 965          6 843         14 448         30 946        26 114          32 341         9 855             (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         2 304 590        105 586         84 194        174 060        406 907       459 174         609 173       201 602             (D)             (D)
24      Lumber and wood products
          Number of employees                                 46 271          1 924          2 909          4 906          9 364         7 896          11 347         5 444             (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 183 349         68 557         63 457        108 595        221 192       181 113         318 818       145 957             (D)             (D)
25      Furniture and fixtures
          Number of employees                                 47 087            947          1 814          3 525          8 377         9 508          13 142         7 671          2 103                –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 092 015         25 526         36 109         72 738        193 557       232 471         305 696       173 348         52 570                –

26      Paper and allied products
          Number of employees                                 36 222              (D)          461          1 351          4 160         7 786          16 712         4 893             (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 216 919              (D)       10 848         35 405        111 676       235 923         624 620       159 774             (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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     CALIFORNIA 19

Table 1c.           The State                  Employees and Annual Payroll by Employment Size Class: 1994 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.
27      Printing and publishing
          Number of employees                                148 430          7 428         10 328         13 949         23 189        20 165          27 515        14 989         10 505          20 362
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         4 555 384        188 240        245 148        377 935        721 397       613 866         905 852       485 443        364 955         652 548
28      Chemicals and allied products
          Number of employees                                 58 472            802          1 552          3 281          8 405         7 750          10 460         7 257          8 349          10 616
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          2 299 920         35 973         50 688        103 468        287 467       271 208         385 433       255 234        341 261         569 188
29      Petroleum and coal products
          Number of employees                                 14 517              (D)          263            419          1 074          1 279          1 292         1 487          4 697              (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           755 727              (D)       11 361         14 053         43 487         46 561         58 876        92 529        259 179              (D)

30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics
         products
          Number of employees                                 81 825              (D)        2 050          4 581         14 225        17 152          21 578        12 143          4 369              (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         2 216 585              (D)       51 980        111 679        380 409       447 036         557 706       319 063        113 253              (D)

31      Leather and leather products
          Number of employees                                  6 265             125            215           370          1 105          1 254          2 108         1 088               –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           115 220           2 726          4 044         5 870         19 812         21 920         40 121        20 727               –               –

32      Stone, clay, and glass products
          Number of employees                                 39 685              (D)        1 788          4 773          9 326         7 435           7 148         5 674             (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 254 165              (D)       44 466        135 819        284 330       224 190         238 910       198 537             (D)               –

33      Primary metal industries
          Number of employees                                 25 800              (D)          723          1 755          4 310         4 815           8 530         2 076          2 274              (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           820 911              (D)       18 621         47 169        123 609       152 924         262 747        69 431         81 036              (D)

34      Fabricated metal products
          Number of employees                                123 123              (D)        5 765         11 681         27 416        24 471         31 271         13 640          3 223              (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         3 776 254              (D)      144 184        317 263        792 669       762 695      1 016 779        470 792        101 984              (D)

35      Industrial machinery and equipment
          Number of employees                                163 258          5 035          9 063         15 565         26 197        17 343         26 632         16 050         10 646         36 727
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         6 786 070        185 221        259 975        498 670        900 265       610 904      1 031 301        678 018        566 635      2 055 081

36      Electronic and other electronic equipment
          Number of employees                                215 164          1 719          3 461          7 171         20 378        28 392         44 269         37 003        30 469          42 302
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         8 908 383        103 148        106 876        224 458        649 959       957 060      1 598 605      1 428 945     1 446 955       2 392 377

37      Transportation equipment
          Number of employees                                177 307            879          1 514          3 810          6 929         7 648          13 470        12 543         10 059        120 455
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         8 087 755         34 448         36 751        100 098        192 447       224 465         450 721       430 751        485 773      6 132 301

38      Instruments and related products
          Number of employees                                146 238          1 256          2 266          3 959         10 927        12 624         25 809         24 095         20 322         44 980
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         6 626 660         72 923         71 712        132 554        403 056       459 711      1 034 614      1 028 408        947 051      2 476 631

39      Miscellaneous manufacturing industries
          Number of employees                                 38 845          2 015          2 738          3 979          7 801         7 751           7 341         4 270             (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 054 410         68 395         54 200         92 228        200 035       208 338         203 037       110 856             (D)             (D)

––      Administrative and auxiliary
          Number of employees                                103 078            634            947          2 487          6 792         8 326         18 546         13 929        15 982          35 435
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         6 383 948         39 887         55 544        140 788        371 984       426 864      1 046 604        879 834     1 033 062       2 389 381


        TRANSPORTATION AND PUBLIC
         UTILITIES
          Number of employees                                619 300         23 905         31 052        45 487         89 633         82 111         97 566         64 579        34 720         150 247
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                        21 489 994        717 592        798 362     1 219 995      2 619 284      2 644 309      3 333 839      2 336 264     1 330 908       6 489 441

41      Local and interurban passenger transit
          Number of employees                                 40 649            789          1 782          3 360          7 709         8 024           8 143         5 035             (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           752 474         21 714         32 546         54 763        133 378       153 435         144 620       102 195             (D)             (D)

42      Trucking and warehousing
          Number of employees                                169 712          9 653         11 588         20 508         37 598        28 157          20 959         7 767             (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         4 516 202        254 990        259 498        488 420        958 120       748 904         611 422       183 271             (D)             (D)

44      Water transportation
         Number of employees                                  16 743            511            729            803          1 511             (D)            (D)            (D)           (D)             (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            849 716         14 938         21 471         22 752         50 629             (D)            (D)            (D)           (D)             (D)

45      Transportation by air
          Number of employees                                 92 382          1 082          1 599          2 643          6 055         8 126          11 864         6 354          4 671         49 988
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         3 569 490         40 452         43 403         71 924        178 906       260 872         356 165       194 400        145 176      2 278 192

46      Pipelines, except natural gas
          Number of employees                                   1 533             13            134           178            258             (D)            (D)            (D)             –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             77 219            551          6 218         7 718         12 099             (D)            (D)            (D)             –               –

47      Transportation services
          Number of employees                                 53 579          8 148          9 594          7 968         10 649         7 880           5 487             (D)           (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 432 749        200 490        227 734        218 650        306 385       227 500         135 712             (D)           (D)               –

48      Communication
          Number of employees                                155 143          2 121          3 554          6 677         17 486        17 216         32 569         29 321         10 532         35 667
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          5 782 786        135 790        126 013        211 004        598 281       672 658      1 225 121      1 118 492        353 307      1 342 120

49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services
          Number of employees                                 76 439          1 272          1 694          2 745          6 684             (D)        14 034         9 295             (D)        26 385
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         3 898 463         35 526         63 031        103 943        295 908             (D)       685 108       447 267             (D)     1 549 281

––      Administrative and auxiliary
          Number of employees                                 13 120            316            378            605          1 683          1 744          2 136         2 787          3 471                –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           610 895         13 141         18 448         40 821         85 578         97 396         88 637       162 251        104 623                –

          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.
20       CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1c.          The State                   Employees and Annual Payroll by Employment Size Class: 1994 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                                788 628         53 374         82 281       124 431        180 638        115 130        122 560         58 661        24 436          27 117
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                        28 197 961      1 979 986      2 539 443     4 066 929      6 152 994      4 011 562      4 590 291      2 516 774     1 203 102       1 136 880

50      Wholesale trade durable goods
         Number of employees                                 439 413         33 419         52 461        79 570        107 337         62 005         57 716         26 244         10 245          10 416
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         16 296 664      1 254 562      1 636 987     2 661 214      3 881 902      2 290 366      2 394 839      1 198 649        497 213         480 932

51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods
         Number of employees                                 303 249         19 596         28 878        43 026         68 964         47 199         55 521         22 401          7 562          10 102
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          9 347 539        706 285        857 679     1 324 168      2 082 344      1 449 558      1 733 624        770 848        267 675         155 358

––      Administrative and auxiliary
          Number of employees                                 45 966            359            942          1 835          4 337         5 926           9 323        10 016          6 629           6 599
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         2 553 758         19 139         44 777         81 547        188 748       271 638         461 828       547 277        438 214         500 590


        RETAIL TRADE
          Number of employees                              2 137 891        132 519        247 939       327 284        547 733        413 104        309 622         92 701        41 836           25 153
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                        33 700 329      2 352 871      3 210 871     4 143 520      7 406 857      7 237 179      5 761 320      1 803 233     1 032 971          751 507

52      Building materials and garden supplies
          Number of employees                                 69 367              (D)        9 006         11 932         14 419        12 650          14 441             (D)             –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 440 187              (D)      175 485        248 962        298 048       243 207         306 845             (D)             –               –

53      General merchandise stores
         Number of employees                                 209 937              (D)        1 766          3 194          8 952        11 866        122 148         53 953          5 515              (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          2 936 160              (D)       24 548         34 679        102 239       141 910      1 658 584        795 311         94 777              (D)

54      Food stores
          Number of employees                                281 513         15 143         27 952         28 881         47 832       105 413         53 919              (D)           (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         5 268 631        226 710        297 801        333 469        839 202     2 331 793      1 175 358              (D)           (D)               –

55      Automotive dealers and service stations
          Number of employees                                203 549         13 297         33 388         41 180        41 219         44 843         26 885          2 737               –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         5 228 847        275 731        551 625        664 958     1 068 145      1 555 074      1 004 494        108 820               –               –

56      Apparel and accessory stores
          Number of employees                                133 993              (D)       33 754         29 126         28 575          7 173          3 100         2 650             (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 716 243              (D)      402 138        335 367        320 663         87 689         44 002        44 328             (D)             (D)

57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores
          Number of employees                                 96 828         12 794         21 436         21 837         20 856        11 187           5 893             (D)           (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 859 036        281 998        361 995        390 460        416 804       227 650         137 001             (D)           (D)               –

58      Eating and drinking places
          Number of employees                                781 294         32 108         62 167       128 564        305 258        183 214          56 627         7 285             (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         7 351 515        478 035        488 570     1 073 627      2 756 870      1 786 122         608 459        69 765             (D)             (D)

59      Miscellaneous retail
          Number of employees                                266 601         37 635         55 929         58 608        72 627         26 704          10 188             (D)             –             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         4 388 562        613 477        798 069        891 071     1 320 415        484 601         185 398             (D)             –             (D)

––      Administrative and auxiliary
          Number of employees                                 94 809          1 391          2 541          3 962          7 995        10 054          16 421        17 219         16 458          18 768
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         3 511 148         74 728        110 640        170 927        284 471       379 133         641 179       609 529        612 152         628 389


        FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL
         ESTATE
          Number of employees                                820 653         75 908         82 607       109 907        163 837        100 472        112 950         69 518        50 120          55 334
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                        28 567 191      2 580 402      2 476 665     3 372 136      5 182 090      3 663 640      4 537 252      2 586 163     2 003 246       2 165 597

60      Depository institutions
          Number of employees                                241 534          4 928         19 046        44 324         65 935         22 997          26 268        16 559         19 850          21 627
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          7 391 076        245 496        519 820     1 070 480      1 536 816        739 957         957 871       628 772        830 599         861 265

61      Nondepository institutions
          Number of employees                                 81 179          7 622         10 885         11 480         14 548        10 363          11 557         5 639          4 644           4 441
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          2 757 702        282 199        314 101        356 192        486 807       367 672         391 514       184 094        190 286         184 837

62      Security and commodity brokers
          Number of employees                                 50 182          4 383          3 810          4 820         10 757         9 795           8 273         3 023             (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         3 815 525        256 349        248 994        400 145        805 748       785 777         844 064       219 879             (D)             (D)

63      Insurance carriers
          Number of employees                                154 562          3 923          4 407          7 168         19 505        21 981         31 639         22 154         20 656          23 129
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         5 826 251        250 712        171 706        267 416        729 504       762 524      1 160 589        806 290        774 975         902 535

64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service
          Number of employees                                 66 850         14 714         10 472         10 083         12 728         7 274           8 134         3 445               –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         2 450 533        408 734        353 901        390 520        512 125       287 511         335 110       162 632               –               –

65      Real estate
          Number of employees                                192 534         37 167         31 057         28 147         34 576        23 387          19 570        12 844             (D)             (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          4 570 597        930 451        702 607        677 497        814 258       519 096         461 609       295 302             (D)             (D)

67      Holding and other investment offices
          Number of employees                                 25 777          2 912          2 538          3 089          4 440         3 156           5 324         4 318               –               –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          1 331 157        192 320        140 545        164 605        231 688       136 893         275 679       189 427               –               –

––      Administrative and auxiliary
          Number of employees                                  8 035            259            392            796          1 348          1 519          2 185         1 536               –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           424 350         14 141         24 991         45 281         65 144         64 210        110 816        99 767               –               –

          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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     CALIFORNIA 21

Table 1c.          The State                 Employees and Annual Payroll by Employment Size Class: 1994 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                             3 862 853         292 574        336 776        388 182       529 879        433 532        564 446        339 886       271 453         706 125
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                      107 184 149      11 536 173      8 773 496     10 256 296    13 708 025     11 297 710     13 940 071      8 523 217     7 618 623      21 530 538

70      Hotels and other lodging places
          Number of employees                                170 847          4 551          6 523         13 198         19 987        17 864          35 131        34 206         23 509          15 878
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          2 495 475         78 917         65 145        140 721        239 305       254 400         503 607       538 739        405 027         269 614

72      Personal services
          Number of employees                                124 630         22 820         25 098         25 822         17 052        11 981          14 397         5 720          1 740                –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 651 049        300 037        298 710        318 750        246 777       215 013         190 139        58 154         23 469                –

73      Business services
          Number of employees                                827 798         38 417         47 254         63 595       113 384        111 583        179 853        130 641        63 656          79 415
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                        21 381 989      1 527 382      1 297 594      1 792 525     3 254 773      3 014 776      4 086 610      2 830 992     1 486 070       2 091 267

75      Auto repair, services, and parking
          Number of employees                                125 302         26 167         29 428         26 708         23 412         8 892           4 419             (D)           (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         2 582 660        536 029        616 199        580 079        436 060       162 401          84 541             (D)           (D)             (D)

76      Miscellaneous repair services
          Number of employees                                 47 996          8 305          8 623          8 654          9 769         5 629           4 623             (D)           (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 319 355        188 075        197 919        227 418        304 041       169 041         145 871             (D)           (D)               –

78      Motion pictures
         Number of employees                                 180 508          6 886          7 409         10 933         21 947        11 122          11 585         7 302             (D)             (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          5 922 976        971 707        196 631        287 153        407 788       443 936         433 434       368 821             (D)             (D)

79      Amusement and recreation services
         Number of employees                                 180 064          8 085          9 733         15 323         37 009        32 458          23 162        13 261         10 872          30 161
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          4 304 316        953 783        226 540        309 202        533 671       677 216         486 333       457 562        165 261         494 748

80      Health services
          Number of employees                              1 003 453         73 867         91 244        72 686         67 845         84 011        121 774         68 512       101 772         321 742
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         31 560 159      3 363 613      2 910 509     2 389 825      2 097 597      1 919 167      2 861 523      1 967 860     3 224 788      10 825 277

81      Legal services
          Number of employees                                128 966         25 268         17 827         19 615        25 404         17 327          14 862         6 160          2 503                –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         6 317 146      1 108 312        693 863        925 115     1 296 067        994 521         821 706       322 321        155 241                –

82      Educational services
          Number of employees                                205 514          4 031          6 879         12 585         30 143        23 701          24 121        17 193         12 648         74 213
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         4 364 540        127 088        115 460        213 788        539 749       428 108         475 840       314 645        192 290      1 957 572

83      Social services
          Number of employees                                213 513         15 009         24 633         40 143         50 679        28 543          40 258             (D)           (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         3 253 028        248 929        379 128        618 496        770 159       427 005         622 368             (D)           (D)             (D)

84      Museums, botanical, zoological gardens
         Number of employees                                   7 705             318            339           528          1 191          1 388          1 443             (D)           (D)               –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            154 233           5 734          5 058         8 774         23 066         27 548         28 213             (D)           (D)               –

86      Membership organizations
         Number of employees                                 190 196         19 127         21 764         29 471         43 421        25 926          21 752         7 952          8 882          11 901
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          3 006 641        308 807        328 189        456 293        688 588       441 262         336 411       118 818        158 523         169 750

87      Engineering and management services
          Number of employees                                380 003         36 675         36 474        43 105         58 855         43 839         53 618         20 838         27 060         59 539
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                        15 129 718      1 505 855      1 303 219     1 746 611      2 482 554      1 736 923      2 231 042        777 340        978 536      2 367 638

89      Services, n.e.c.
          Number of employees                                 11 662          2 256          1 988          2 448          2 849          1 376            745              –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           616 614        265 401         69 178         90 761        106 065         56 817         28 392              –              –               –

––      Administrative and auxiliary
          Number of employees                                 64 696            792          1 560          3 368          6 932         7 892          12 703        12 046             (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         3 124 250         46 504         70 154        150 785        281 765       329 576         604 041       479 095             (D)             (D)


        UNCLASSIFIED
         ESTABLISHMENTS
          Number of employees                                  7 961          3 001          2 258          1 312          1 013             (D)            (D)              –             –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           148 770        103 992         22 738         12 608          5 003             (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.
22     CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                              COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1d.           The State Establishments With 1,000 Employees or More by Major Group and
                    Employment Size Class: 1994
[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                                                                              589                     281                     181                     92               35

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

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

           Manufacturing                                                                           145                      63                      43                     25               14
20     Food and kindred products                                                                     9                       7                       2                      –                –
23     Apparel and other textile products                                                            2                       2                       –                      –                –
24     Lumber and wood products                                                                      1                       1                       –                      –                –
27     Printing and publishing                                                                       9                       3                       4                      1                1
28     Chemicals and allied products                                                                 6                       3                       1                      2                –

29     Petroleum and coal products                                                                   3                       2                       1                      –                –
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                                                    2                       –                       1                      1                –
33     Primary metal industries                                                                      1                       1                       –                      –                –
34     Fabricated metal products                                                                     2                       –                       2                      –                –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                                                           14                       5                       4                      3                2

36     Electronic and other electronic equipment                                                    23                       9                      10                      4                –
37     Transportation equipment                                                                     26                       4                       6                      6               10
38     Instruments and related products                                                             25                      16                       5                      3                1
39     Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                                                        2                       2                       –                      –                –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                                                 20                       8                       7                      5                –

           Transportation and public utilities                                                      51                      19                      11                     15                6
41     Local and interurban passenger transit                                                        1                       –                       –                      1                –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                                                      8                       1                       –                      6                1
44     Water transportation                                                                          3                       2                       –                      1                –
45     Transportation by air                                                                        13                       4                       3                      4                2
48     Communication                                                                                17                      11                       2                      2                2
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                                                          9                       1                       6                      1                1

           Wholesale trade                                                                          15                       9                       3                      3                 –
50     Wholesale trade durable goods                                                                 7                       4                       3                      –                –
51     Wholesale trade nondurable goods                                                              5                       3                       –                      2                –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                                                  3                       2                       –                      1                –

           Retail trade                                                                             16                      10                       4                      2                 –
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                                                                 11                       6                       3                      2                –

           Finance, insurance, and real estate                                                      36                      24                       8                      4                 –
60     Depository institutions                                                                      14                      10                       3                      1                –
61     Nondepository institutions                                                                    3                       2                       1                      –                –
62     Security and commodity brokers                                                                3                       2                       1                      –                –
63     Insurance carriers                                                                           14                       8                       3                      3                –
65     Real estate                                                                                   2                       2                       –                      –                –

           Services                                                                                321                     153                     111                     42               15
70     Hotels and other lodging places                                                              12                       9                       3                      –                –
73     Business services                                                                            48                      31                      11                      6                –
75     Auto repair, services, and parking                                                            1                       –                       1                      –                –
78     Motion pictures                                                                              15                       2                       2                      7                4
79     Amusement and recreation services                                                            13                       4                       6                      2                1

80     Health services                                                                             172                      79                      69                     19                5
82     Educational services                                                                         23                      12                       7                      1                3
83     Social services                                                                               1                       1                       –                      –                –
86     Membership organizations                                                                      6                       3                       2                      1                –
87     Engineering and management services                                                          27                      11                       9                      6                1
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                                                  3                       1                       1                      –                1
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                              CALIFORNIA 23

Table 1e.         The State               Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by County: 1994 and 1993
[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]

                                                                                     1994                                                                      1993

                                                                            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                                               735 570       10 624    807      71 094 486       301 431 873           736 691        10 725    990      68 643 601       295 202 397
Alameda                                                      33 300          503    906       3 615 235        15 253 793            33 574           501    857       3 438 283        14 615 563
Alpine                                                           46            1    135           3 885             9 656                43             1    060           3 461             8 348
Amador                                                          813            6    157          26 574           121 166               820             6    587          27 343           123 500
Butte                                                         4 552           46    225         194 723           870 014             4 587            44    687         187 923           837 707
Calaveras                                                       864            4    627          18 659            80 430               871             4    972          18 220            83 423

Colusa                                                          363             3   274          16   477          69      899           358             2   946          13   315          59      283
Contra Costa                                                 20 437           266   921       2 011   186       8 237      495        20 535           262   842       1 881   678       7 857      260
Del Norte                                                       526             4   013          15   689          66      778           521             4   239          14   731          64      714
El Dorado                                                     3 407            27   996         126   042         547      506         3 380            26   593         112   874         508      900
Fresno                                                       15 152           192   626         986   210       4 313      146        15 118           189   401         935   351       4 155      640

Glenn                                                           466             4   386          22   452          93      400           479             4   248         21    396          92      926
Humboldt                                                      3 642            34   214         150   882         662      490         3 638            34   228        147    700         647      456
Imperial                                                      2 216            24   110         100   578         426      523         2 264            23   188         92    438         396      637
Inyo                                                            613             4   300          17   205          76      934           617             4   072         15    373          67      309
Kern                                                         10 560           132   073         729   512       3 082      201        10 671           127   964        673    519       2 902      518

Kings                                                         1 426            16   723          77   347         332      662        1 459            16    576          75   474         330      012
Lake                                                          1 129             8   547          36   044         157      372        1 168             7    984          31   775         138      281
Lassen                                                          573             3   947          16   453          74      208          580             4    060          16   289          72      551
Los Angeles                                                 211 844         3 391   482      23 426   654     100 359      492      212 252         3 495    246      22 998   640      99 513      892
Madera                                                        1 694            16   790          80   035         357      020        1 694            17    149          77   944         345      528

Marin                                                         9 516            88   578         574   701       2 481      521         9 458            86   905        530    831       2 345      040
Mariposa                                                        354             3   229          11   506          57      764           366             3   051         11    974          56      901
Mendocino                                                     2 710            21   592          89   907         414      264         2 627            20   670         82    660         383      924
Merced                                                        2 849            35   288         156   948         691      693         2 809            34   463        139    367         647      372
Modoc                                                           201             1   543           6   773          31      220           210             1   414          5    466          27      650

Mono                                                              536           5   303          19   969          73      098             531          5    695         20    096          72      920
Monterey                                                      8   063          93   239         496   945       2 163      274         8   132         89    249        446    397       1 942      263
Napa                                                          3   228          37   294         213   152         912      531         3   245         36    494        201    970         875      284
Nevada                                                        2   572          20   814          93   893         409      500         2   563         19    913         86    387         375      032
Orange                                                       70   404       1 116   840       7 506   062      31 679      488        70   438      1 125    311      7 322    395      31 295      576

Placer                                                        5 685            57   506         311 912         1 373 462              5 507            56   654        303 279          1 315 232
Plumas                                                          657             4   036          18 395            86 123                666             4   152         16 242             79 362
Riverside                                                    22 582           282   669       1 396 610         6 007 033             22 874           283   721      1 338 782          5 769 748
Sacramento                                                   24 445           342   345       2 008 586         8 531 012             24 675           340   776      1 945 443          8 286 047
San Benito                                                      750             6   860          33 028           151 773                751             6   732         30 882            142 874

San Bernardino                                               24   770         362   609       1 943 882         8    376   626        25   050         360   768      1 864 211          8    063   396
San Diego                                                    60   050         816   049       4 874 899        20    695   962        59   896         817   501      4 683 858         20    062   623
San Francisco                                                30   134         479   155       4 233 091        16    734   194        30   013         487   834      4 092 592         16    811   193
San Joaquin                                                   9   665         123   906         663 885         2    922   178         9   671         124   002        631 153          2    829   558
San Luis Obispo                                               6   087          59   189         286 047         1    222   878         5   979          58   525        271 725          1    157   152

San Mateo                                                    18   851         284   853       2 385   978      10    000   786        18   729         291   869      2 285    321       9    877   409
Santa Barbara                                                10   152         117   375         673   420       2    831   295        10   201         119   711        666    057       2    867   873
Santa Clara                                                  40   133         767   525       7 045   116      29    566   360        39   862         777   418      6 686    693      28    862   163
Santa Cruz                                                    6   452          70   738         391   855       1    689   643         6   492          72   147        418    084       1    754   964
Shasta                                                        4   423          41   542         205   797            911   375         4   478          41   121        192    059            868   146

Sierra                                                             75               460           2   096          10 626                   77               407          1    947          10 740
Siskiyou                                                      1   235           9   083          34   247         153 906              1   262          9    088         33    544         152 136
Solano                                                        6   247          82   464         452   776       1 905 544              6   228         80    606        425    861       1 846 431
Sonoma                                                       12   084         129   677         740   142       3 114 321             12   195        128    719        699    243       3 043 832
Stanislaus                                                    7   671         101   709         533   652       2 351 623              7   714        102    636        509    399       2 282 436

Sutter                                                        1 600            14   614          66   270         297      994         1 614            14   902         65    387         295      697
Tehama                                                          953             9   482          39   268         184      833           941             9   347         37    654         168      374
Trinity                                                         309             1   640           6   996          31      487           308             1   620          6    649          30      783
Tulare                                                        5 787            73   297         348   316       1 487      714         5 805            68   648        315    714       1 355      790
Tuolumne                                                      1 475            11   351          48   919         212      800         1 492            11   049         46    329         210      468

Ventura                                                      15 241           195 520         1 130 243         4 839 021             15 067          191 480         1 082 386          4 634 520
Yolo                                                          3 106            46 537           268 205         1 175 788              3 182           45 421           251 598          1 106 795
Yuba                                                            835             8 395            39 772           171 177                877            8 559            38 985            173 848

    Statewide                                                     60            7 049            69 385              287 801               77            7 513            71 254              299 397

         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.
24       CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.          Counties                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994
[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                                                                               1,000
code
                                                                including                                     establish      1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 to       or
                                                                March 12     First quarter        Annual         ments          4         9       19        49       99      249      499      999     more

        ALAMEDA
                 Total                                            503 906     3 615 235      15 253 793         33 300     17 516    6 478     4 231    3 141     1 180      557      135       37        25
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing            3 562         17 367          77 018            399      241        85        38        28         6        –        –       1         –
07      Agricultural services                                       3 531         17 238          76   083          394      238        85        36        28         6        –        –       1         –
072       Crop services                                               104          1 769           3   565            9        4         2         1         2         –        –        –       –         –
074       Veterinary services                                         822          3 577          15   031           84       23        32        17        11         1        –        –       –         –
075       Animal services, except veterinary                          104            343           1   545           41       32         7         2         –         –        –        –       –         –
078       Landscape and horticultural services                      2 501         11 549          55   942          260      179        44        16        15         5        –        –       1         –
            Mining                                                    397          3 601          16 840             18         7         1        4         2         4        –        –        –        –
14      Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels                            326          2 888          13 437              9         –         1        3         1         4        –        –       –         –
144      Sand and gravel                                              267          2 403          10 878              5         –         –        1         –         4        –        –       –         –
1442       Construction sand and gravel                               267          2 403          10 878              5         –         –        1         –         4        –        –       –         –
            Construction                                           24 789       197 620          879 204         2 509      1 513      399       300       200        68       25        3       1         –
15      General contractors and operative builders                  5 705         44 041         192 703            895      628       135        79        41         7        4        –       1         –
151      General building contractors                               5 057         36 620         163 288            793      550       125        75        33         6        3        –       1         –
153      Operative builders                                           468          6 781          24 271             30       17         3         3         5         1        1        –       –         –
16      Heavy construction, except building                         2 346         23 013         109 656            100       44        12        12        20         8        3        1       –         –
161       Highway and street construction                             799          8 967          41 908             35       16         3         3         7         4        2        –       –         –
162       Heavy construction, except highway                        1 547         14 046          67 748             65       28         9         9        13         4        1        1       –         –
17      Special trade contractors                                  16 678       129    957       574   181       1 509       840       252       205       139        53       18        2       –         –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                       2 920        27    659       115   362         242       129        32        50        20         6        4        1       –         –
172       Painting and paper hanging                                  955         5    127        24   921         194       140        30        16         7         1        –        –       –         –
173       Electrical work                                           3 292        26    717       113   949         275       147        48        41        28         7        3        1       –         –
174       Masonry, stonework, and plastering                        1 666        11    137        52   178         175        99        37        18        16         4        1        –       –         –
1741        Masonry and other stonework                               264         1    578         5   956          40        23         8         6         3         –        –        –       –         –
1742        Plastering, drywall, and insulation                     1 145         7    834        37   938          97        51        21        11        10         3        1        –       –         –
1743        Terrazzo, tile, marble, mosaic work                       248         1    697         8   154          36        24         7         1         3         1        –        –       –         –
175       Carpentry and floor work                                  1 622        11    254        51   070         152        91        26        15         8        10        2        –       –         –
1751        Carpentry work                                          1 163         8    195        38   541          97        58        14         9         7         7        2        –       –         –
1752        Floor laying and floor work, n.e.c.                       457         3    055        12   484          49        27        12         6         1         3        –        –       –         –
176       Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                     1 563         8    837        40   539         147        74        28        22        14         9        –        –       –         –
177       Concrete work                                               980         8    007        41   220          76        41         9         9        11         6        –        –       –         –
179       Misc. special trade contractors                           3 624        30    981       133   585         234       108        42        32        34        10        8        –       –         –
1791        Structural steel erection                                 576         5    074        20   616          19         6         1         3         6         –        3        –       –         –
1793        Glass and glazing work                                    350         3    289        14   649          30        20         3         4         1         1        1        –       –         –
1794        Excavation work                                           197         1    840         9   589          28        15         9         1         3         –        –        –       –         –
1795        Wrecking and demolition work                              207         1    874         8   317           8         1         2         –         4         1        –        –       –         –
1796        Installing building equipment, n.e.c.                     551         8    183        33   641          23         6         4         7         2         2        2        –       –         –
1799        Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                       1 728        10    567        45   283         120        55        23        16        18         6        2        –       –         –
            Manufacturing                                          80 540       726 692       3 114 203          2 541       857       440       412       458       209     125       28        7         5
20      Food and kindred products                                   9 969         75   126       323   346          171       29        20        27        42        27       17        7       2         –
201       Meat products                                               633          3   841        19   578           16        4         1         2         4         3        2        –       –         –
202       Dairy products                                              589          5   296        21   579           12        2         3         2         –         2        3        –       –         –
2026        Fluid milk                                                376          3   637        15   095            4        1         –         –         –         1        2        –       –         –
2035        Pickles, sauces, and salad dressings                      248          1   929         8   076            7        1         –         2         2         2        –        –       –         –
204       Grain mill products                                         815          6   927        29   351           14        3         2         4         2         1        1        1       –         –
205       Bakery products                                           3 809         28   110       119   492           37        3         3         5         9         8        4        4       1         –
2051        Bread, cake, and related products                       2 694         18   881        83   924           24        –         1         3         8         5        4        2       1         –
2052        Cookies and crackers                                    1 052          8   929        34   452           10        2         1         2         1         2        –        2       –         –
206       Sugar and confectionery products                            949          7   379        31   956           17        3         –         4         4         3        2        1       –         –
2064        Candy and other confectionery products                    671          4   917        21   681           14        3         –         4         3         2        1        1       –         –
208       Beverages                                                   732          5   849        27   143           23        7         2         1        10         –        3        –       –         –
2086        Bottled and canned soft drinks                            516          4   723        22   334            8        1         –         1         3         –        3        –       –         –
209       Misc. food and kindred products                           2 039         14   737        61   976           38        4         7         7         9         7        2        1       1         –
2095        Roasted coffee                                            512          4   406        20   086            5        1         –         –         1         1        1        1       –         –
2099        Food preparations, n.e.c.                                 932          6   269        24   500           26        1         7         4         7         6        1        –       –         –
22      Textile mill products                                         335          2 183              9 650          12         5         2        2         1         –        2        –       –         –
23      Apparel and other textile products                          2 817          8 990          42   009          177       59        30        40        37         9        2        –       –         –
232       Men’s and boys’ furnishings                                 151            554           3   081            3        –         1         –         1         1        –        –       –         –
233       Women’s and misses’ outerwear                             1 686          4 432          19   650          106       33        17        24        26         5        1        –       –         –
2335       Women’s, junior’s, and misses’ dresses                     570          1 238           5   769           37       11         3        10        12         1        –        –       –         –
2339       Women’s and misses’ outerwear, n.e.c.                      760          1 825           8   803           50       18         9         9        11         2        1        –       –         –
236       Girls’ and children’s outerwear                             184            811           3   289            7        1         1         2         2         1        –        –       –         –
239       Misc. fabricated textile products                           558          2 483          12   181           41       13        11        10         5         1        1        –       –         –
2394        Canvas and related products                               110            443           2   297           10        3         3         2         2         –        –        –       –         –
2396        Automotive and apparel trimmings                          185          1 002           4   910            8        1         1         5         –         –        1        –       –         –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      910          5 168          22   468           83       40        17        15        10         –        1        –       –         –
243       Millwork, plywood and structural members                    290          1 950           8   438           50       28        13         6         3         –        –        –       –         –
2431        Millwork                                                  136            961           4   249           19        9         5         3         2         –        –        –       –         –
244       Wood containers                                             233            925           4   150           16        4         2         5         5         –        –        –       –         –
2448        Wood pallets and skids                                    171            667           3   040           10        1         1         4         4         –        –        –       –         –
249       Miscellaneous wood products                                 287          1 872           7   533            9        5         –         3         –         –        1        –       –         –
2499        Wood products, n.e.c.                                     287          1 872           7   533            9        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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     CALIFORNIA 25

Table 2.          Counties                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                               1,000
code
                                                                including                                     establish      1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 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                                      1 512         10 008          42   435           66       25          8        9        14         8        2        –       –         –
251       Household furniture                                         486          2 995          13   117           22       12          2        1         4         2        1        –       –         –
252       Office furniture                                            470          2 931          11   286           15        3          1        4         2         5        –        –       –         –
2521        Wood office furniture                                     145            808           3   457            8        2          1        3         1         1        –        –       –         –
2522        Office furniture, except wood                             325          2 123           7   797            6        –          –        1         1         4        –        –       –         –
254       Partitions and fixtures                                     262          2 245          10   367           19        7          3        2         6         1        –        –       –         –
2541        Wood partitions and fixtures                              191          1 794           8   210           15        7          2        1         4         1        –        –       –         –
26      Paper and allied products                                   3 107         24   485       106   408           62       10          5       11        15        10       11        –       –         –
265       Paperboard containers and boxes                           1 691         13   390        60   100           28        3          2        3         7         7        6        –       –         –
2653        Corrugated and solid fiber boxes                        1 466         12   302        55   302           18        1          1        –         5         5        6        –       –         –
2671        Paper coated and laminated, packaging                     340          2   933        12   702            5        2          –        –         1         –        2        –       –         –
2672        Paper coated and laminated, n.e.c.                        329          3   004        11   734            6        1          –        1         3         –        1        –       –         –
2673        Bags: plastics, laminated, and coated                     434          2   391        10   618           14        2          2        6         2         1        1        –       –         –
27      Printing and publishing                                     6 410         45 020         188   033          407      193        98        45        42        16       11        2       –         –
271       Newspapers                                                1 315          7 527          32   334           26        5         7         3         3         5        1        2       –         –
272       Periodicals                                                 221          1 413           6   391           31       19         9         2         –         1        –        –       –         –
273       Books                                                       728          6 309          29   218           41       18         8         4         6         4        1        –       –         –
2731         Book publishing                                          489          4 150          18   867           33       16         7         3         4         3        –        –       –         –
2732         Book printing                                            239          2 159          10   351            8        2         1         1         2         1        1        –       –         –
275       Commercial printing                                       2 991         21 365          86   378          236      115        59        28        24         4        6        –       –         –
2752         Commercial printing, lithographic                      2 193         16 471          64   196          181       94        46        19        15         2        5        –       –         –
278       Blankbooks and bookbinding                                  331          1 842           6   927           15        6         3         1         3         1        1        –       –         –
279       Printing trade services                                     487          4 236          16   981           29       15         7         2         3         1        1        –       –         –
2791         Typesetting                                              119            789           2   903           20       11         6         1         2         –        –        –       –         –
2796         Platemaking services                                     368          3 447          14   078            9        4         1         1         1         1        1        –       –         –
28      Chemicals and allied products                               4 555         53 016         217   645           90       19        15        19        23         8        4        –       1         1
283       Drugs                                                     2 596         33 873         141   603           11        1         –         3         1         3        1        –       1         1
2834        Pharmaceutical preparations                               113            786           3   836            3        1         –         1         –         1        –        –       –         –
284      Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods                             335          2 515          10   454           19        6         5         1         7         –        –        –       –         –
2841        Soap and other detergents                                 153            994           4   560            7        3         –         –         4         –        –        –       –         –
2844        Toilet preparations                                       125            889           3   628            9        3         3         1         2         –        –        –       –         –
285      Paints and allied products                                   453          4 611          17   445           15        4         4         2         1         3        1        –       –         –
289      Miscellaneous chemical products                              909          9 073          36   588           32        4         3        12        10         1        2        –       –         –
2891        Adhesives and sealants                                    176          1 610           6   670            9        2         1         2         4         –        –        –       –         –
2893        Printing ink                                              205          2 068           7   892            9        –         1         4         4         –        –        –       –         –
2899        Chemical preparations, n.e.c.                             528          5 395          22   026           14        2         1         6         2         1        2        –       –         –
29      Petroleum and coal products                                   184          1 678              7 448          11         3         3        2         2         1        –        –       –         –
30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                  2 850         17   666        78   739           97       20        19        18        24        11        4        1       –         –
306       Fabricated rubber products, n.e.c.                          218          1   491         6   140            8        1         4         –         1         2        –        –       –         –
308       Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                   2 534         15   501        69   585           85       18        15        18        20         9        4        1       –         –
3081        Unsupported plastics film and sheet                       378          3   010        13   737            6        –         1         1         1         2        1        –       –         –
3086        Plastics foam products                                    460          2   792        11   861           10        1         1         –         5         2        1        –       –         –
3089        Plastics products, n.e.c.                               1 494          8   447        39   067           53        9        12        14        10         5        2        1       –         –
31      Leather and leather products                                  240          1 002              5 085          11         6         1        2         –         1        1        –       –         –
317       Handbags and personal leather goods                         226            956              4 743           5         1         1        1         –         1        1        –       –         –
32      Stone, clay, and glass products                             2 436         22   636        88   636           78       24        12        15        14        10        2        –       1         –
323       Products of purchased glass                                 385          3   996        18   723           18        6         3         1         6         2        –        –       –         –
327       Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products                      944          8   295        33   473           34        4         4        12         6         7        1        –       –         –
3272        Concrete products, n.e.c.                                 336          2   433         9   144           13        2         1         5         3         2        –        –       –         –
3273        Ready mixed concrete                                      398          3   592        15   041           15        2         1         6         3         2        1        –       –         –
33      Primary metal industries                                    2 006         14   817        67   219           40         8         4        6         9         7        5        1       –         –
331       Blast furnace and basic steel products                      250          2   016         7   914            4         1         –        –         1         1        1        –       –         –
332       Iron and steel foundries                                  1 025          8   260        36   321           11         3         1        1         1         –        4        1       –         –
3321         Gray and ductile iron foundries                          550          4   310        18   691            8         3         1        1         –         –        3        –       –         –
336       Nonferrous foundries (castings)                             483          2   927        15   451           11         1         1        –         4         5        –        –       –         –
3363         Aluminum die castings                                    249          1   509         7   824            5         –         –        –         3         2        –        –       –         –
339       Miscellaneous primary metal products                        107              887         3   831            6         1         1        2         2         –        –        –       –         –
34      Fabricated metal products                                   6 277         49 870         223 759            247       73        45        46        49        21       12        1       –         –
341       Metal cans and shipping containers                        1 108         10 260          46 103              8        1         –         –         –         2        4        1       –         –
3411        Metal cans                                              1 041          9 677          43 638              6        –         –         –         –         1        4        1       –         –
342       Cutlery, handtools, and hardware                            518          3   330        16   313           21        3         8         3         4         2        1        –       –         –
3429        Hardware, n.e.c.                                          403          2   667        12   929           12        2         3         2         2         2        1        –       –         –
344       Fabricated structural metal products                      2 240         17   929        79   525          109       37        18        20        22         9        3        –       –         –
3441        Fabricated structural metal                               427          4   277        17   132           12        4         1         2         1         3        1        –       –         –
3442        Metal doors, sash, and trim                               433          2   796        11   660           16        7         2         –         4         2        1        –       –         –
3444        Sheet metalwork                                           818          6   576        28   384           49       14         7        14        13         –        1        –       –         –
3446        Architectural metal work                                  235          1   948         9   571           13        4         4         3         –         2        –        –       –         –
3449        Miscellaneous metal work                                  141          1   181         5   785            7        3         1         –         2         1        –        –       –         –
345       Screw machine products, bolts, etc.                         202          1   503         6   394           16        5         3         4         4         –        –        –       –         –
3451        Screw machine products                                    173          1   285         5   469           12        3         2         3         4         –        –        –       –         –
346       Metal forgings and stampings                                740          5   716        25   805           17        5         2         1         2         5        2        –       –         –
3469        Metal stampings, n.e.c.                                   365          2   586        12   571           12        5         1         1         2         2        1        –       –         –
347       Metal services, n.e.c.                                      498          3   373        14   878           36       12         4        11         9         –        –        –       –         –
3471        Plating and polishing                                     360          2   510        10   778           21        5         3         6         7         –        –        –       –         –
3479        Metal coating and allied services                         138              863         4   100           15        7         1         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.
26      CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.         Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                                1,000
code
                                                                including                                    establish       1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 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.
349      Misc. fabricated metal products                                925        7 414          33   168          33         5         9         7         7         3        2        –       –         –
3491       Industrial valves                                            445        3 716          16   834           6         –         –         1         2         1        2        –       –         –
3494       Valves and pipe fittings, n.e.c.                             116          815           3   645           3         –         1         –         1         1        –        –       –         –
3499       Fabricated metal products, n.e.c.                            114          945           4   112           9         4         2         1         2         –        –        –       –         –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                           8   718       95 675         415   331         391       154        70        65        71        15       12        2       1         1
353      Construction and related machinery                             257        2 422           9   301          16         5         1         6         3         1        –        –       –         –
3531       Construction machinery                                       114          956           3   541           5         2         –         1         1         1        –        –       –         –
354      Metalworking machinery                                         336        2 362          11   222          40        20         7         6         7         –        –        –       –         –
3544       Special dies, tools, jigs and fixtures                       147        1 004           4   902          20        11         3         3         3         –        –        –       –         –
355      Special industry machinery                                 1   865       28 311         128   838          24         4         5         2         9         –        3        –       –         1
3559       Special industry machinery, n.e.c.                       1   653       25 808         116   859          15         2         2         1         7         –        2        –       –         1
356      General industrial machinery                                   668        6 296          25   569          25         6         3         3         9         3        1        –       –         –
3565       Packaging machinery                                          212        1 796           7   627           7         1         1         2         2         –        1        –       –         –
3569       General industrial machinery, n.e.c.                         260        2 658          10   048           8         2         –         –         4         2        –        –       –         –
357      Computer and office equipment                              2   674       30 376         124   786          66        20        10        10        13         5        6        1       1         –
3571       Electronic computers                                         470        4 155          16   936          24         7         5         5         5         1        1        –       –         –
3572       Computer storage devices                                     488        7 165          33   420           8         1         2         2         1         –        1        1       –         –
3575       Computer terminals                                           284        2 255          11   370           7         2         –         2         –         2        1        –       –         –
3577       Computer peripheral equipment, n.e.c.                    1   370       16 153          60   578          21         7         2         1         5         2        3        –       1         –
3589       Service industry machinery, n.e.c.                           166        1 280           6   226          10         5         2         1         1         1        –        –       –         –
359      Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                               2   206       18 334          81   897         200        88        42        36        27         5        2        –       –         –
3599       Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                             2   111       17 601          78   616         192        84        41        35        25         5        2        –       –         –
36     Electronic and other electronic equipment                   11   331      106 169         453   246         221        58        30        35        42        29       18        7       1         1
3613       Switchgear and switchboard apparatus                         112        1 081           4   797           6         1         –         4         –         1        –        –       –         –
362      Electrical industrial apparatus                                153        1 489           7   054          12         3         5         1         3         –        –        –       –         –
3625       Relays and industrial controls                               126        1 301           6   260           8         2         3         –         3         –        –        –       –         –
364      Electric lighting and wiring equipment                         978        8 420          35   155          20         3         3         4         6         1        2        1       –         –
3646       Commercial lighting fixtures                                 489        4 760          19   847           8         3         –         2         1         –        1        1       –         –
3648       Lighting equipment, n.e.c.                                   229        2 142           8   914           3         –         1         –         1         –        1        –       –         –
365      Household audio and video equipment                            281        1 653           7   616          11         7         –         1         –         3        –        –       –         –
3651       Household audio and video equipment                          177        1 169           5   442           7         4         –         1         –         2        –        –       –         –
3652       Prerecorded records and tapes                                104          484           2   174           4         3         –         –         –         1        –        –       –         –
366      Communications equipment                                   1   652       18 565          76   223          40         7         6         6         8        10        3        –       –         –
3661       Telephone and telegraph apparatus                            508        5 716          26   728          14         2         4         3         2         2        1        –       –         –
3663       Radio and TV communications equipment                        803        9 409          33   726          16         2         1         2         4         6        1        –       –         –
3669       Communications equipment, n.e.c.                             341        3 440          15   769          10         3         1         1         2         2        1        –       –         –
367      Electronic components and accessories                      5   491       49 497         218   383         107        29        13        15        21        13       11        4       1         –
3671       Electron tubes                                               122          864           3   654           7         3         1         –         3         –        –        –       –         –
3672       Printed circuit boards                                       905        5 637          23   641          26         6         4         7         3         3        3        –       –         –
3674       Semiconductors and related devices                       1   332       17 339          85   088          19         6         3         2         3         1        3        –       1         –
3679       Electronic components, n.e.c.                            3   013       24 316         101   895          48         9         4         6        12         9        4        4       –         –
369      Misc. electrical equipment and supplies                    2   633       25 338         103   543          22         8         1         3         4         1        2        2       –         1
3695       Magnetic and optical recording media                     2   203       21 649          86   023          11         5         –         1         1         –        1        2       –         1
3699       Electrical equipment and supplies, n.e.c.                    381        3 460          16   549           7         1         1         1         2         1        1        –       –         –
37     Transportation equipment                                     5   661       64 869         287   036          49        16         8        10         5         5        2        2       –         1
3714       Motor vehicle parts and accessories                          227        2 093           7   903          13         2         4         4         1         2        –        –       –         –
372      Aircraft and parts                                             438        5 165          22   545           8         3         1         1         1         1        –        1       –         –
373      Ship and boat building and repairing                           202        1 202           6   781          15         8         3         1         1         2        –        –       –         –
38     Instruments and related products                             3 552          35   110      151   605         116        42        18        14        24        10        5        3       –         –
381      Search and navigation equipment                              128           1   457        6   029           5         1         –         –         3         1        –        –       –         –
382      Measuring and controlling devices                          1 719          17   829       76   481          61        23         9         8        11         5        4        1       –         –
3823        Process control instruments                               198           1   455        6   391          12         4         3         1         3         1        –        –       –         –
3825        Instruments to measure electricity                        330           3   229       15   066          10         2         1         2         2         2        1        –       –         –
3826        Analytical instruments                                    399           4   052       18   002          14         5         1         4         2         –        2        –       –         –
3827        Optical instruments and lenses                            583           7   603       31   062           8         3         1         –         1         1        1        1       –         –
3829        Measuring and controlling devices, n.e.c.                 149           1   010        4   453           8         4         1         –         2         1        –        –       –         –
384      Medical instruments and supplies                           1 572          15   002       65   371          37         9         7         5        10         3        1        2       –         –
3841        Surgical and medical instruments                          980           9   947       44   951          15         4         3         –         4         2        –        2       –         –
3842        Surgical appliances and supplies                          319           1   935        7   784           9         1         2         5         –         –        1        –       –         –
3845        Electromedical equipment                                  218           2   749        9   997           6         –         1         –         4         1        –        –       –         –
385      Ophthalmic goods                                             115               706        3   216           7         3         2         1         –         1        –        –       –         –
39     Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                       2 025          15 402         66   619         114        55        22        14        14         7        –        2       –         –
394      Toys and sporting goods                                      291           2 631         11   698          18         7         4         2         4         1        –        –       –         –
3949       Sporting and athletic goods, n.e.c.                        127             828          3   748           9         4         1         1         3         –        –        –       –         –
395      Pens, pencils, office, and art supplies                      396           1 689          8   317           9         3         3         1         –         1        –        1       –         –
399      Miscellaneous manufactures                                 1 161          10 356         43   409          58        28         9         6         9         5        –        1       –         –
3999       Manufacturing industries, n.e.c.                           786           7 406         30   633          29        11         5         3         6         3        –        1       –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                 5 645          77 802        317   486          98        18        13        17        20        14       14        –       1         1
           Transportation and public utilities                     40 935        378 798       1 487   658      1 337        633       239       158       161        79       42      17        2         6
41     Local and interurban passenger transit                       1 505          7 952          32   049         55         24         6         8         8         5        3       1        –         –
411      Local and suburban transportation                            964          5 784          23   745         33         16         –         6         6         3        1       1        –         –
4111       Local and suburban transit                                 190            763           3   318          6          2         –         1         1         2        –       –        –         –
4119       Local passenger transportation, n.e.c.                     774          5 021          20   427         27         14         –         5         5         1        1       1        –         –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                    15 645        106    700      433   282         652       310       105        99        88        32       14        3       –         1
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                 14 428         99    063      402   186         531       244        83        82        76        29       13        3       –         1
422      Public warehousing and storage                             1 217          7    637       30   856         119        64        22        17        12         3        1        –       –         –
4222       Refrigerated warehousing and storage                       215          1    689        6   732          11         2         2         3         4         –        –        –       –         –
4225       General warehousing and storage                            762          4    177       17   234          88        53        18        10         4         2        1        –       –         –
4226       Special warehousing and storage, n.e.c.                    214          1    577        6   408          15         6         2         2         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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     CALIFORNIA 27

Table 2.          Counties                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                                1,000
code
                                                                including                                    establish       1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 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                                        3 328          47 801        203 729            49        18        11         9         4         4        –        1       1         1
4491       Marine cargo handling                                    1 723          26 131        113 373            15         3         5         2         3         1        –        –       –         1
4492       Towing and tugboat service                                 114           1 387          4 978             5         2         1         –         1         1        –        –       –         –
45      Transportation by air                                       5 346          47 546        195 110            59        20          7        4         9         9        7        1       –         2
451       Air transportation, scheduled                             4 602          43 590        177 408            37        10          3        4         4         8        6        –       –         2
458       Airports, flying fields, and services                       651           2 912         13 084            17         8          3        –         4         –        1        1       –         –
47      Transportation services                                     2 184          13   348       58   971         262       159        62        18        15         6        1        1       –         –
472       Passenger transportation arrangement                        995           4   375       18   842         175       116        43         6         8         1        1        –       –         –
4724        Travel agencies                                           688           3   006       12   788         149        98        39         6         6         –        –        –       –         –
4725        Tour operators                                            292           1   301        5   912          21        14         3         –         2         1        1        –       –         –
473       Freight transportation arrangement                          890           7   671       34   069          55        25        13         9         3         4        –        1       –         –
478       Miscellaneous transportation services                       283           1   223        5   658          28        15         6         2         4         1        –        –       –         –
48      Communication                                               8   405        87   113      325   361         188        78        33        13        29        16       10        7       1         1
481       Telephone communication                                   7   108        75   596      276   222         130        52        26         6        16        14        8        6       1         1
4812        Radiotelephone communications                           1   184         8   802       43   564          23         7         4         2         3         3        3        1       –         –
4813        Telephone communications, exc. radio                    5   924        66   794      232   658         107        45        22         4        13        11        5        5       1         1
483       Radio and television broadcasting                             572         5   091       22   746          16         6         1         –         8         –        –        1       –         –
484      Cable and other pay TV services                                589         5   042       20   531          19         5         5         2         3         2        2        –       –         –
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                        2 806          31 103        124 864            39        12          9        4         5         4        3        1       –         1
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                1 716          37 235        114 292            33        12          6        3         3         3        4        2       –         –
            Wholesale trade                                        50 790        427 625       1 835 635        3 272      1 378       685       572       439       133       48      14        3         –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                              27   723      237    107    1 027   078      2 116        883       465       391       276        78       17        6       –         –
501      Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                        3   998       31    364      131   283        231         85        51        46        35         9        3        2       –         –
5012       Automobiles and other motor vehicles                     1   540       11    027       46   388         40         16         4         4         9         5        –        2       –         –
5013       Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                     2   098       17    675       74   011        142         49        29        36        21         4        3        –       –         –
5014       Tires and tubes                                              197        1    837        7   166         22          9         5         5         3         –        –        –       –         –
5015       Motor vehicle parts, used                                    163             825        3   692         25          9        13         1         2         –        –        –       –         –
502      Furniture and homefurnishings                              1   362         7   803       35   694         98         35        24        21        11         7        –        –       –         –
5021       Furniture                                                    747         4   082       18   257         51         19        13         8         6         5        –        –       –         –
5023       Homefurnishings                                              610         3   674       17   185         46         16        10        13         5         2        –        –       –         –
503      Lumber and construction materials                          1   390        11   613       51   168        124         48        24        30        21         1        –        –       –         –
5031       Lumber, plywood, and millwork                                510         4   418       19   253         46         18         9        10         8         1        –        –       –         –
5032       Brick, stone, and related materials                          290         2   454       10   958         30         13         6         7         4         –        –        –       –         –
5033       Roofing, siding, and insulation                              315         2   349        9   877         19          1         4         9         5         –        –        –       –         –
5039       Construction materials, n.e.c.                               268         2   360       10   904         27         15         4         4         4         –        –        –       –         –
504      Professional and commercial equipment                      6   627        62   688      267   267        465        216        94        67        62        17        6        3       –         –
5044       Office equipment                                         1   293        11   396       48   167         46         17         6         9        10         1        1        2       –         –
5045       Computers, peripherals and software                      3   646        35   289      147   479        294        145        56        39        38        12        4        –       –         –
5046       Commercial equipment, n.e.c.                                 296         2   161        8   826         40         21         9         6         3         1        –        –       –         –
5047       Medical and hospital equipment                               958        10   491       48   976         52         19        14        10         5         3        –        1       –         –
5049       Professional equipment, n.e.c.                               303         2   391        9   417         21          8         7         2         3         –        1        –       –         –
505      Metals and minerals, except petroleum                      1   452        12   574       54   180         85         21        29        15        10         8        2        –       –         –
5051       Metals service centers and offices                       1   443        12   475       53   712         82         19        28        15        10         8        2        –       –         –
506      Electrical goods                                           3   982        38   094      167   799        339        134        72        74        45        13        1        –       –         –
5063       Electrical apparatus and equipment                       1   666        15   540       66   058        143         52        28        36        23         4        –        –       –         –
5064       Electrical appliances, TV and radios                         299         3   105       13   123         20          6         5         4         4         1        –        –       –         –
5065       Electronic parts and equipment                           1   990        19   150       87   283        169         71        38        33        18         8        1        –       –         –
507      Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment                   1   799        16   097       72   818        142         49        40        24        23         6        –        –       –         –
5072       Hardware                                                     834         6   417       32   066         58         21        15         8        10         4        –        –       –         –
5074       Plumbing and hydronic heating supplies                       555         5   321       23   544         46         12        15        13         5         1        –        –       –         –
5075       Warm air heating and air conditioning                        198         2   280        8   558         17          1         9         2         5         –        –        –       –         –
5078       Refrigeration equipment and supplies                         208         2   061        8   593         18         12         1         1         3         1        –        –       –         –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                         4   520        42   202      179   889        422        186        92        85        45        11        3        –       –         –
5082       Construction and mining machinery                            452         5   288       21   028         29         10         7         6         5         –        1        –       –         –
5083       Farm and garden machinery                                    205         1   394        6   037         20          7         7         4         2         –        –        –       –         –
5084       Industrial machinery and equipment                       2   003        19   791       86   382        184         86        32        39        19         6        2        –       –         –
5085       Industrial supplies                                      1   181        10   497       43   114        108         40        30        22        12         4        –        –       –         –
5087       Service establishment equipment                              404         2   842       12   821         43         22         8         8         4         1        –        –       –         –
5088       Transportation equipment and supplies                        252         2   186        9   577         27         12         7         5         3         –        –        –       –         –
509      Miscellaneous durable goods                                2   545        14   465       65   822        192         95        37        27        24         6        2        1       –         –
5091       Sporting and recreational goods                              200             965        4   409         24         15         3         3         2         1        –        –       –         –
5092       Toys and hobby goods and supplies                            225         1   336        6   120         17          8         2         2         5         –        –        –       –         –
5093       Scrap and waste materials                                1   504         8   170       35   024         73         29        10        15        13         4        1        1       –         –
5094       Jewelry and precious stones                                  142             625        2   507         23         12         8         1         2         –        –        –       –         –
5099       Durable goods, n.e.c.                                        474         3   369       17   762         55         31        14         6         2         1        1        –       –         –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                           21 350        173    904      741   381      1 097        484       207       172       147        48       29        7       3         –
511      Paper and paper products                                   2 971         23    199       99   596        150         63        30        25        21         5        5        1       –         –
5111       Printing and writing paper                                 393          4    489       18   523         15          8         3         1         1         1        1        –       –         –
5112       Stationery and office supplies                           1 901         12    649       54   515         83         32        16        16        13         1        4        1       –         –
5113       Industrial and personal service paper                      677          6    061       26   509         50         21        11         8         7         3        –        –       –         –
512      Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries                         1 369         13    900       59   734         52         16        10        10        10         3        2        1       –         –
513      Apparel, piece goods, and notions                            808          4    342       18   871         77         35        20        10        10         2        –        –       –         –
5131       Piece goods and notions                                    175               616        2   868         13          3         7         2         –         1        –        –       –         –
5136       Men’s and boys’ clothing                                   119           1   061        6   256         16          7         5         3         1         –        –        –       –         –
5137       Women’s and children’s clothing                            456           2   193        7   622         40         19         8         4         8         1        –        –       –         –
514      Groceries and related products                             9 671          81   873      347   670        376        140        66        62        62        28       13        3       2         –
5141       Groceries, general line                                  2 878          24   151      100   400         59         29         8        10         2         2        4        3       1         –
5142       Packaged frozen foods                                      473           4   445       18   415         18          7         –         3         6         1        1        –       –         –
5143       Dairy products, exc. dried or canned                       924           7   710       32   517         28          9         3         3         5         6        2        –       –         –
5144       Poultry and poultry products                               135               787        4   532          9          2         3         1         3         –        –        –       –         –
5145       Confectionery                                              283           2   458       10   681         13          7         1         1         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.
28       CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.         Counties                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                              1,000
code
                                                                including                                      establish     1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 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 Con.
5146        Fish and seafoods                                           199             967        3    934           12       6         1         1         3         1        –        –       –         –
5147        Meats and meat products                                     408         3   125       13    622           33       9         6        13         4         1        –        –       –         –
5148        Fresh fruits and vegetables                                 486         4   195       17    376           41      22         8         4         4         3        –        –       –         –
5149        Groceries and related products, n.e.c.                  3   845        33   897      145    622          155      45        33        25        34        12        5        –       1         –
516       Chemicals and allied products                                 994         9   140       37    231           99      40        24        17        18         –        –        –       –         –
5162        Plastics materials and basic shapes                         290         2   605       11    024           34      13        10         7         4         –        –        –       –         –
5169        Chemicals and allied products, n.e.c.                       704         6   535       26    207           65      27        14        10        14         –        –        –       –         –
517       Petroleum and petroleum products                              187         1   327        5    622           15       6         2         4         3         –        –        –       –         –
5171        Petroleum bulk stations and terminals                       162         1   068        4    284            9       1         2         3         3         –        –        –       –         –
518       Beer, wine, and distilled beverages                       1   688        17   531       69    181           25       6         4         4         5         3        1        1       1         –
5181        Beer and ale                                                328         2   053        8    583            5       –         1         –         –         3        1        –       –         –
5182        Wine and distilled beverages                            1   360        15   478       60    598           20       6         3         4         5         –        –        1       1         –
519       Misc. nondurable goods                                    3   644        22   509      103    036          294     170        51        39        18         7        8        1       –         –
5191        Farm supplies                                               124             899        3    920           18       8         6         3         1         –        –        –       –         –
5192        Books, periodicals, and newspapers                          619         4   284       25    536           31      12         8         5         3         2        1        –       –         –
5193        Flowers and florists’ supplies                              594         2   384       10    641           29      12         2         6         6         1        2        –       –         –
5194        Tobacco and tobacco products                                519         3   544       15    577            8       1         1         3         –         –        3        –       –         –
5198        Paints, varnishes, and supplies                             236         1   878        7    489           30      15         7         5         3         –        –        –       –         –
5199        Nondurable goods, n.e.c.                                1   541         9   440       39    570          170     115        26        17         5         4        2        1       –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                1   717        16   614       67    176           59      11        13         9        16         7        2        1       –         –
            Retail trade                                           93 905        410 451       1 722 999          7 003     3 200    1 672       996       726       294       96      15        4         –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                      3 162          15   073       66    209          209      78        54        47        14        11        5        –       –         –
521       Lumber and other building materials                       1 476           7   958       35    460           77      31        15        21         3         2        5        –       –         –
523       Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores                          235           1   527        6    080           46      24        15         7         –         –        –        –       –         –
525       Hardware stores                                           1 114           4   339       18    552           57      19        13        10         6         9        –        –       –         –
526       Retail nurseries and garden stores                          329           1   234        5    874           27       3        10         9         5         –        –        –       –         –
53      General merchandise stores                                  7 804          26 845        116    408           88      23          9        6        11         6       24        9       –         –
531      Department stores                                          6 186          19 812         85    849           30       –          –        –         –         1       20        9       –         –
533      Variety stores                                               202             555          2    301           19      10          4        1         4         –        –        –       –         –
539      Misc. general merchandise stores                           1 410           6 453         28    163           36      11          4        5         7         5        4        –       –         –
54      Food stores                                                12 409          60 966        244 333             862     440       192        97        50        55       28        –       –         –
541       Grocery stores                                           10 282          53 830        214 658             539     264       115        48        30        55       27        –       –         –
542       Meat and fish markets                                       191             715          2 914              51      36        10         5         –         –        –        –       –         –
543       Fruit and vegetable markets                                   176         1 015              3 781          18        9         3        3         3         –        –        –       –         –
544       Candy, nut, and confectionery stores                          122             296            1 516          24      16          5        1         2         –        –        –       –         –
545       Dairy products stores                                         121             306            1 340          14        4         4        5         1         –        –        –       –         –
546       Retail bakeries                                               928         2 319              9 667         137      67        37        25         8         –        –        –       –         –
549       Miscellaneous food stores                                     569         2 438         10 249              74      41        17         9         6         –        1        –       –         –

55      Automotive dealers and service stations                     8 385          58 427        253 756             666     238       195       128        65        37        2        1       –         –
551       New and used car dealers                                  4 043          39 688        171 446              88        9         3        5        35        33        2        1       –         –
552       Used car dealers                                              210         1 356              6 544          43      34          5        1         2         1        –        –       –         –
553       Auto and home supply stores                               1 488           7 751         35 144             187      67        61        48        10         1        –        –       –         –
554       Gasoline service stations                                 2 269           7 451         31 192             300     105       117        64        12         2        –        –       –         –
556       Recreational vehicle dealers                                  125             660            2 872          13        7         2        1         3         –        –        –       –         –
557       Motorcycle dealers                                            139             927            3 455          16        6         4        4         2         –        –        –       –         –

56      Apparel and accessory stores                                5 336          14 695         61 890             564     213       213        91        42         3        1        –       1         –
561       Men’s and boys’ clothing stores                               423         1 242              5 028          51      15        18        15         3         –        –        –       –         –
562       Women’s clothing stores                                   1 489           3 311         13 647             188      66        72        38        12         –        –        –       –         –
563       Women’s accessory and specialty stores                        206             502            2 161          33      17        11         3         2         –        –        –       –         –
564       Children’s and infants’ wear stores                           176             364            1 511          26        8       15         1         2         –        –        –       –         –
565       Family clothing stores                                    1 990           5 782         25 171              76      21        18        11        21         3        1        –       1         –
566       Shoe stores                                                   820         2 819         11 614             143      58        67        17         1         –        –        –       –         –
569       Misc. apparel and accessory stores                            219             656            2 656          40      22        11         6         1         –        –        –       –         –

57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        4 793          22 031         96 249             579     305       154        73        32        12        3        –       –         –
571       Furniture and homefurnishings stores                      2 064           8   774       39    127          315     179        84        36        12         2        2        –       –         –
5712        Furniture stores                                          872           4   429       19    637          138      91        29        11         5         –        2        –       –         –
5713        Floor covering stores                                     397           1   945        8    594           62      29        18        12         3         –        –        –       –         –
5719        Misc. homefurnishings stores                              750           2   266       10    342           99      46        34        13         4         2        –        –       –         –
572       Household appliance stores                                    283         1 589              6 549          40      26          6        5         2         1        –        –       –         –
573       Radio, television, and computer stores                    2 446          11   668       50    573          224     100        64        32        18         9        1        –       –         –
5731       Radio, TV, and electronic stores                           822           4   557       18    392           86      43        31         2         6         4        –        –       –         –
5734       Computer and software stores                               777           4   740       21    386           58      25        18         9         3         2        1        –       –         –
5735       Record and prerecorded tape stores                         680           1   648        7    735           49      13        10        15         8         3        –        –       –         –
5736       Musical instrument stores                                  166               721        3    052           30      18         5         6         1         –        –        –       –         –

58      Eating and drinking places                                 31 305          72 345        305 781          2 339     1 041      455       326       371       131       14        1       –         –
5812        Eating places                                          30 121          69 681        294 436          2 075       851      406       311       362       130       14        1       –         –
5813        Drinking places                                         1 009           2 346          9 398            211       147       45        11         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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     CALIFORNIA 29

Table 2.          Counties                    Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                               1,000
code
                                                                including                                     establish      1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 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                                       13 224         52 239         220 278         1 548       817       375       202       120        27        6        1       –         –
591       Drug stores and proprietary stores                        3 257         18 036          74 506            163       49        27        27        42        16        2        –       –         –
592       Liquor stores                                               550          1 610              6 687         180      139        36         4         1         –        –        –       –         –
593       Used merchandise stores                                     799          2 370          10 357             94       36        27        23         7         1        –        –       –         –
594       Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                       5 223         16 547          68   600          604      303       159        93        38         7        3        1       –         –
5941        Sporting goods and bicycle shops                        1 299          4 982          20   183          117       47        30        26        11         1        2        –       –         –
5942        Book stores                                             1 223          3 163          12   132           99       45        26        20         5         1        1        1       –         –
5943        Stationery stores                                         137            311           1   276           27       16         8         2         1         –        –        –       –         –
5944        Jewelry stores                                            566          2 718          10   783          107       64        34         6         2         1        –        –       –         –
5945        Hobby, toy, and game shops                                689          2 246          10   805           63       27        18         8         7         3        –        –       –         –

5946        Camera and photographic supply stores                      204           600              2 689          31       18         9         2         2         –        –        –       –         –
5947        Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                          720         1 654              7 046         121       68        29        20         4         –        –        –       –         –
5949        Sewing, needlework, and piece goods                        368           787              3 254          32       13         3         9         6         1        –        –       –         –
596       Nonstore retailers                                        1 337          6   249        27   693          120       59        25        16        16         3        1        –       –         –
5961        Catalog and mail order houses                             315          1   344         6   033           29       15         6         6         –         2        –        –       –         –
5962        Merchandising machine operators                           386          2   286         9   579           27       14         4         3         5         –        1        –       –         –
5963        Direct selling establishments                             636          2   619        12   081           64       30        15         7        11         1        –        –       –         –
599       Retail stores, n.e.c.                                     2 016          7   187        31   372          375      223        99        37        16         –        –        –       –         –
5992        Florists                                                  384          1   035         4   359           98       70        19         8         1         –        –        –       –         –
5995        Optical goods stores                                      362          1   576         6   785           58       33        16         4         5         –        –        –       –         –
5999        Miscellaneous retail stores, n.e.c.                     1 207          4   369        19   277          204      112        58        24        10         –        –        –       –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                7 487         87   830       358   095          148       45        25        26        21        12       13        3       3         –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                    28 830       218 252          852 629         3 067     1 943       490       330       210        64       20        6       4         –
60      Depository institutions                                    10 009         70 007         266 091            444       95        97       122       106        14        4        4       2         –
602       Commercial banks                                          5 982         38 331         147 552            201       19        22        67        77        10        2        3       1         –
603       Savings institutions                                      3 023         25 439          93 127            125       16        43        41        19         2        2        1       1         –
606       Credit unions                                                730         4 895          19 519             73       33        20        11         7         2        –        –       –         –
609       Functions closely related to banking                         274         1 342              5 893          45       27        12         3         3         –        –        –       –         –

61      Nondepository institutions                                  2 229         21 958          77 453            263      146        57        35        16         9        –        –       –         –
614       Personal credit institutions                                 760         7 324          26 303             66       29        20        10         2         5        –        –       –         –
615       Business credit institutions                                 287         3 659          12 592             24       12          5        3         3         1        –        –       –         –
616       Mortgage bankers and brokers                              1 152         10 950          38 337            169      102        32        22        10         3        –        –       –         –

62      Security and commodity brokers                                 984        13 569          59 021            131       93        11        10        14         3        –        –       –         –
621       Security brokers and dealers                                 668        10 590          40 667             64       40          6        5        10         3        –        –       –         –

63      Insurance carriers                                          4 726         44 702         175 223            213      105        42        24        16        13       10        2       1         –
631       Life insurance                                               416         3 429          12 890             30       10          4        7         8         1        –        –       –         –
632       Medical service and health insurance                         638         7 246          29 165             18         5         6        3         –         2        1        1       –         –
6324       Hospital and medical service plans                          606         6 819          27 425             13         3         4        2         –         2        1        1       –         –
633       Fire, marine, and casualty insurance                      2 606         24 388          96 233             87       61          6        3         3         5        7        1       1         –
636       Title insurance                                              622         5 755          19 806             44       10        20         8         2         3        1        –       –         –
637       Pension, health, and welfare funds                           401         3 396          14 661             29       17          5        2         2         2        1        –       –         –

64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                      2 083         18 036          74 298            460      344        64        35        14         3        –        –       –         –

65      Real estate                                                 7 657         37 318         152 470         1 443     1 088       202        98        34        14        6        –       1         –
651       Real estate operators and lessors                         3 764         14 066          60 718            726      574        86        47        11         5        2        –       1         –
653       Real estate agents and managers                           3 301         18 751          75 316            618      452        93        43        18         8        4        –       –         –
654       Title abstract offices                                       182         1 467              3 587          22         8       10         2         2         –        –        –       –         –
655       Subdividers and developers                                   399         2 986          12 520             55       33        12         6         3         1        –        –       –         –
6552        Subdividers and developers, n.e.c.                         205         1 689           6 682             42       28         7         5         2         –        –        –       –         –
6553        Cemetery subdividers and developers                        194         1 297           5 320             10        2         5         1         1         1        –        –       –         –

67      Holding and other investment offices                           658         7 236          29 423             95       66        16         4         6         3        –        –       –         –
671       Holding offices                                              338         4 382          17 214             23       11          5        –         5         2        –        –       –         –
673       Trusts                                                       202         1 888              7 681          35       28          4        1         1         1        –        –       –         –
6733        Trusts, n.e.c.                                             154         1 661              6 681          18       13          2        1         1         1        –        –       –         –
679       Miscellaneous investing                                      114           949           4 453             33       23          7        3         –         –        –        –       –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                   484         5 426          18 650             18        6          1        2         4         5        –        –       –         –

            Services                                              179 880     1 233 894       5 261 992         12 930     7 542     2 450     1 416       917       323     201       52       15        14
70      Hotels and other lodging places                             4 106         12 548          54 258            188       77        42        20        29        12        5        3       –         –
701       Hotels and motels                                         3 827         11 895          51 436            129       41        24        17        27        12        5        3       –         –
702       Rooming and boarding houses                                  113             118             386           24       13        10         1         –         –        –        –       –         –
704       Membership basis organization hotels                         135             410            1 564          22       12          7        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.
30       CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.         Counties                     Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                              1,000
code
                                                                including                                      establish     1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 to       or
                                                                March 12      First quarter        Annual         ments         4         9       19        49       99      249      499      999     more

        ALAMEDA Con.
            Services      Con.
72      Personal services                                           6 099          20 812         82    823          938     610       182       110        24         5        5        2       –         –
721       Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                   2 524          10 525         43    321          301     188        63        28        13         4        5        –       –         –
7211        Power laundries, family and commercial                    196             725          3    190           17       7         7         2         –         1        –        –       –         –
7213        Linen supply                                              200           1 153          4    593           11       4         3         1         2         –        1        –       –         –
7215        Coin operated laundries and cleaning                      328           1 829          6    436           44      34         6         2         –         1        1        –       –         –
7216        Drycleaning plants, except rug                            655           1 931          7    820          120      73        28        14         5         –        –        –       –         –
7217        Carpet and upholstery cleaning                            336           1 483          7    077           43      26         9         5         2         –        1        –       –         –
7218        Industrial launderers                                     555           2 749         11    357            7       1         –         1         1         2        2        –       –         –
7219        Laundry and garment services, n.e.c.                      174             465          2    064           25      15         5         2         3         –        –        –       –         –
722       Photographic studios, portrait                              358             819          4    143           54      26        12        15         1         –        –        –       –         –
723       Beauty shops                                              1 449           4 223         16    828          364     254        65        44         1         –        –        –       –         –
726       Funeral service and crematories                             314           1 782          6    531           31       7        12         8         4         –        –        –       –         –
729       Miscellaneous personal services                           1 352           3 173         10    636          142      95        24        15         5         1        –        2       –         –
7291        Tax return preparation services                           879           1 726          4    965           63      50         7         2         2         –        –        2       –         –
7299        Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c.                   473           1 447          5    671           79      45        17        13         3         1        –        –       –         –
73      Business services                                          46 873        294    155    1 324    918       2 207     1 219      339       244       203       100       73      21        5         3
731       Advertising                                               1 203          5    803       25    378          65        35       14         7         3         4        1       1        –         –
7311        Advertising agencies                                      202          1    575        6    573          38        24        9         3         2         –        –       –        –         –
7312        Outdoor advertising services                              205          2    109        9    746           9         3        2         2         –         2        –       –        –         –
7313        Radio, TV, publisher representatives                      137               873        3    887           7         4        –         1         1         1        –       –        –         –
7319        Advertising, n.e.c.                                       655           1   230        5    117          10         3        3         1         –         1        1       1        –         –
732       Credit reporting and collection                             964           5   727       25    589          39        12        8         7         7         4        –       1        –         –
7322        Adjustment and collection services                        770           4   699       22    006          31        10        8         4         6         2        –       1        –         –
7323        Credit reporting services                                 194           1   028        3    583           8         2        –         3         1         2        –       –        –         –
733       Mailing, reproduction, stenographic                       2 049          11   033       51    328         218       132       41        24        15         3        2       1        –         –
7331        Direct mail advertising services                          742           4   822       23    546          19        11        1         1         2         1        2       1        –         –
7334        Photocopying and duplicating services                     722           2   876       12    085          69        27       17        16         7         2        –       –        –         –
7336        Commercial art and graphic design                         381           2   168       11    005          72        48       16         4         4         –        –       –        –         –
7338        Secretarial and court reporting                           149               768        3    164          44        35        6         2         1         –        –       –        –         –
734       Services to buildings                                     4 090          15   082       64    076         342       203       61        43        23         5        4       3        –         –
7342        Disinfecting and pest control services                    405           2   396       10    539          43        17        9         9         8         –        –       –        –         –
7349        Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                   3 674          12   675       53    459         295       184       50        34        15         5        4       3        –         –
735       Misc. equipment rental and leasing                        1 204           8 731         36 599             117      54        22        23        15         2        1        –       –         –
7353        Heavy construction equipment rental                       250           1 762          8 350              30      16         6         4         4         –        –        –       –         –
7359        Equipment rental and leasing, n.e.c.                      860           6 235         25 029              81      36        16        17         9         2        1        –       –         –
736       Personnel supply services                                15 283          59 093        297 310             209      65        18        13        38        34       30        6       3         2
7361        Employment agencies                                       641           2 635         13 019              57      33        10         6         3         4        1        –       –         –
7363        Help supply services                                   14 638          56 434        284 008             149      29         8         7        35        30       29        6       3         2
737       Computer and data processing services                    12   479      150    220      658    787          703     414        98        72        67        28       17        6       –         1
7371        Computer programming services                           2   820       35    784      158    057          263     174        36        26        16         5        5        1       –         –
7372        Prepackaged software                                    3   685       46    878      206    169          101      47        11        12        19         6        4        1       –         1
7373        Computer integrated systems design                      1   555       19    369       58    375           55      24        10         5         9         4        2        1       –         –
7374        Data processing and preparation                             839        7    852       32    417           48      19        10         5        10         3        1        –       –         –
7376        Computer facilities management                              148        1    342        5    864            8       1         4         –         2         1        –        –       –         –

7377        Computer rental and leasing                               136           1 265          5 403              10       4         3         1         1         1        –        –       –         –
7378        Computer maintenance and repair                           518           4 659         20 315              45      21         6         9         7         2        –        –       –         –
7379        Computer related services, n.e.c.                       2 408          28 584        153 205             146     102        15        14         3         5        5        2       –         –
738       Miscellaneous business services                           9 529          38   044      163    527          472     267        75        52        35        20       18        3       2         –
7381        Detective and armored car services                      4 550          15   592       65    538           75      28         6        13         7         6       12        2       1         –
7382        Security systems services                                 359           2   604       11    289           15       4         –         6         3         2        –        –       –         –
7384        Photofinishing laboratories                               450           1   896        7    474           51      30        15         2         2         1        1        –       –         –
7389        Business services, n.e.c.                               4 091          17   593       77    805          327     204        53        30        23        10        5        1       1         –

75      Auto repair, services, and parking                          6 267          32 533        143 259          1 043      673       220       100        42         7        –        –       1         –
751       Automotive rentals, no drivers                            1 404           7 988         37 371              60      25        15         6        10         3        –        –       1         –
7513        Truck rental and leasing, no drivers                      197           1 442          5 791              27      11        10         3         3         –        –        –       –         –
7514        Passenger car rental                                    1 056           5 688         27 796              25      13         3         2         3         3        –        –       1         –
752       Automobile parking                                            644         1 644              7 034          85      56          9        7        12         1        –        –       –         –
753       Automotive repair shops                                   3 197          19 270         82    735          769     528       167        62        11         1        –        –       –         –
7532        Top and body repair and paint shops                     1 087           7 279         31    031          207     117        53        32         5         –        –        –       –         –
7534        Tire retreading and repair shops                          114             582          2    761           12       6         4         –         1         1        –        –       –         –
7536        Automotive glass replacement shops                        148             966          3    648           24      16         3         3         2         –        –        –       –         –
7537        Automotive transmission repair shops                      122             761          3    273           34      21        12         1         –         –        –        –       –         –
7538        General automotive repair shops                         1 443           8 151         35    108          414     313        76        22         3         –        –        –       –         –
7539        Automotive repair shops, n.e.c.                           212           1 161          4    749           52      33        16         3         –         –        –        –       –         –
754       Automotive services, except repair                        1 022           3 631         16 119             129      64        29        25         9         2        –        –       –         –
7542        Carwashes                                                 449           1 124          5 159              52      34         6         6         4         2        –        –       –         –
7549        Automotive services, n.e.c.                               565           2 501         10 933              74      28        22        19         5         –        –        –       –         –

76      Miscellaneous repair services                               2 733          18 912         79 453             353     208        75        39        23         6        2        –       –         –
762       Electrical repair shops                                       951         7 335         31 270             106      63        21         8        10         3        1        –       –         –
7622        Radio and television repair                                 177         1 117          4 633              28      20         4         3         –         1        –        –       –         –
7629        Electrical repair shops, n.e.c.                             691         5 203         22 508              65      36        13         5         8         2        1        –       –         –
764       Reupholstery and furniture repair                             152             688            2 760          35      24          5        6         –         –        –        –       –         –
769       Miscellaneous repair shops                                1 596          10 751         44 767             198     109        47        25        13         3        1        –       –         –
7699        Repair services, n.e.c.                                 1 409           9 343         39 555             174      95        43        22        10         3        1        –       –         –

78      Motion pictures                                             2 212           4 102         17 447             169      79        29        21        30         9        1        –       –         –
781       Motion picture production and services                        113             880            3 725          38      30          4        3         1         –        –        –       –         –
783       Motion picture theaters                                   1 151           1 480              5 988          34        4         2        4        16         7        1        –       –         –
784       Video tape rental                                             864         1 262              5 665          87      42        19        12        12         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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     CALIFORNIA 31

Table 2.          Counties                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                               1,000
code
                                                                including                                     establish      1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 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                           6 300         36 133         134 504            374      182        73        46        43        19        7        4       –         –
791      Dance studios, schools, and halls                            128            187             767             22       14         3         4         1         –        –        –       –         –
792      Producers, orchestras, entertainers                          740          2 419          10 967             74       50        11         6         3         2        2        –       –         –
7922       Theatrical producers and services                          359          1 558           7 344             27       16         7         1         –         2        1        –       –         –
7929       Entertainers and entertainment groups                      381            861           3 623             47       34         4         5         3         –        1        –       –         –
793      Bowling centers                                              366          1 077           4 483             11        –         –         –        10         1        –        –       –         –
794       Commercial sports                                         1 268         21 199          68 659             30       15          9        2         –         1        –        3       –         –
799       Misc. amusement, recreation services                      3 795         11 218          49   436          235      101        50        34        29        15        5        1       –         –
7991        Physical fitness facilities                             1 358          3 080          12   341           57       16        17         6         7         9        2        –       –         –
7992        Public golf courses                                       240            706           2   992            6        –         –         2         2         1        1        –       –         –
7997        Membership sports and recreation clubs                    899          2 947          14   237           57       27         8         7         9         5        1        –       –         –
7999        Amusement and recreation, n.e.c.                        1 157          3 975          17   763           97       52        19        14        10         –        1        1       –         –

80      Health services                                            47 847       408 928       1 677 528          2 725     1 601       625       264       118        56       38        7       6        10
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                   10 316       116 981          511 787         1 042       657       224        97        45        11        3        3       –         2
802       Offices and clinics of dentists                           4 344         25 276         114 363            736      357       267        96        14         1        1        –       –         –
804       Offices of other health practitioners                     1 722          7 619          34   938          553      444        79        23         6         1        –        –       –         –
8041        Offices and clinics of chiropractors                      522          1 861           8   361          188      159        21         7         1         –        –        –       –         –
8042        Offices and clinics of optometrists                       391          1 489           6   496           92       59        28         4         1         –        –        –       –         –
8043        Offices and clinics of podiatrists                        115            567           2   491           41       33         7         1         –         –        –        –       –         –
8049        Offices of health practitioners, n.e.c.                   694          3 702          17   532          230      191        23        11         4         1        –        –       –         –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                      6 050         27 180         114 742             90         8         6        8        15        27       26        –       –         –
806       Hospitals                                                20 413       196 391          751 440             24         2         1        –         1         2        3        1       6         8
807       Medical and dental laboratories                           1 246         12 220          53 256            119       76        20        11         9         1        1        1       –         –
8071       Medical laboratories                                       924         10 394          44 875             73       45        13         7         6         –        1        1       –         –
8072       Dental laboratories                                        314          1 777           8 164             45       31         6         4         3         1        –        –       –         –
808       Home health care services                                 1 872         10 280          43 837             34       11          3        3         3         9        4        1       –         –
809       Health and allied services, n.e.c.                        1 779         12 051          49 155            106       31        23        23        24         4        –        1       –         –

81      Legal services                                              4 427         45 121         225 764            806      608       114        46        25        11        1        1       –         –

82      Educational services                                        8 892         37 850         158 487            352      139        55        59        59        19       15        5       1         –
821       Elementary and secondary schools                          3 807         15 889          63 498            112       21        12        23        36         8       11        1       –         –
822       Colleges and universities                                 3 440         13 422          55 518             49       10          9        6         8         9        2        4       1         –
824       Vocational schools                                           671         4 733          23 475             48       20        14         8         4         –        2        –       –         –
829       Schools and educational services, n.e.c.                     926         3 624          14 949            132       80        19        21        10         2        –        –       –         –

83      Social services                                            12 195         51 128         214 960         1 107       549       239       174       113        19       11        2       –         –
832       Individual and family services                            2 738         12 841          55 153            259      122        55        46        30         5        1        –       –         –
833       Job training and related services                         1 126          4 539          19 616             61       21        10        17         9         2        2        –       –         –
835       Child day care services                                   2 866          8 694          36 819            388      203        96        56        30         2        1        –       –         –
836       Residential care                                          3 900         14 591          59 860            233      101        51        34        31         8        7        1       –         –
839       Social services, n.e.c.                                   1 504         10 289          42 499            122       61        25        21        12         2        –        1       –         –

84      Museums, botanical, zoological gardens                         149             527            2 387          11         7         1        1         1         1        –        –       –         –

86      Membership organizations                                    9 177         38 175         156 618            881      494       166       111        76        22       12        –       –         –
861       Business associations                                        637         4 497          19 092             67       40        16         5         3         2        1        –       –         –
862       Professional organizations                                   155         1 178              5 083          35       25          6        4         –         –        –        –       –         –
863       Labor organizations                                       1 095          9 284          37 640            110       53        21        23        10         3        –        –       –         –
864       Civic and social associations                             1 906          5 384          22 437            190      129        25        15        13         4        4        –       –         –
866       Religious organizations                                   4 625         13 726          55 445            423      213        91        59        43        12        5        –       –         –
869       Membership organizations, n.e.c.                             753         4 089          16 780             46       24          7        5         7         1        2        –       –         –

87      Engineering and management services                        16 528       154 062          666 975         1 592     1 011       254       159       111        30       23        3       –         1
871       Engineering and architectural services                    6 097         61   521       265   254          530      296       104        67        43        12        6        2       –         –
8711        Engineering services                                    5 129         53   605       232   729          363      190        66        53        36        10        6        2       –         –
8712        Architectural services                                    818          6   803        27   028          137       85        31        14         5         2        –        –       –         –
8713        Surveying services                                        136          1   058         5   279           22       14         6         –         2         –        –        –       –         –
872       Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                     2 041         13 251          57 288            405      317        47        24        11         4        2        –       –         –
873       Research and testing services                             4 529         47   817       205   745          196       83        37        30        29         8        7        1       –         1
8731        Commercial physical research                            2 716         33   534       144   589           86       38        16        10        14         3        3        1       –         1
8732        Commercial nonphysical research                           650          4   712        20   037           41       18         7         8         5         2        1        –       –         –
8733        Noncommercial research organizations                      516          3   632        15   927           29       14         5         3         4         1        2        –       –         –
8734        Testing laboratories                                      647          5   939        25   180           39       12         9         9         6         2        1        –       –         –
874       Management and public relations                           3 861         31   473       138   678          460      314        66        38        28         6        8        –       –         –
8741       Management services                                      1 174          9   476        37   512           93       49        15        15         8         4        2        –       –         –
8742       Management consulting services                           1 735         14   608        65   747          205      148        27        11        14         –        5        –       –         –
8744       Facilities support services                                153          1   333         5   740            8        1         2         2         3         –        –        –       –         –
8748       Business consulting, n.e.c.                                750          5   705        27   056          131       97        19         9         3         2        1        –       –         –

89      Services, n.e.c.                                              762          7 852          31 142            100       62        20         8         8         2        –        –       –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                5 313         71 056         291 469             84       23        16        14        12         5        8        4       2         –

            Unclassified establishments                               278              935            5 615         224      202        17         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.
32       CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                               1,000
code
                                                                including                                     establish      1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 to       or
                                                                March 12     First quarter        Annual         ments          4         9       19        49       99      249      499      999     more

        ALPINE

                 Total                                              1 135          3 885              9 656          46       28          8        6         2         –        –        1       1         –

            Construction                                               (A)            (D)               (D)          11         9         2         –        –         –        –        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                        (A)            (D)               (D)           2         2         –         –        –         –        –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                               (B)            (D)               (D)          11         6         2        2         1         –        –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                        (A)            (D)               (D)           4         4         –         –        –         –        –        –        –        –
            Services                                                1 033          3 573              8 116          18         7         4        4         1         –        –        1       1         –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                               703          2 399              5 481           8         3         2        1         1         –        –        –       1         –

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


        AMADOR

                 Total                                              6 157         26 574         121 166            813      516       153        77        49        13        3        2        –        –

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing                79            183              874           17       12          2        2         1         –        –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                      84            589             2 339           6         3         1         –        1         1        –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              224             949             4 602          87       70        12         4         1         –        –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                             979          5 408          28 217             61       30        12         7         9         1        1        1        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      484          2 977          16 022             13         4         4        2         1         –        1        1       –         –

35      Industrial machinery and equipment                            110            608              2 606          11         5         3        1         2         –        –        –       –         –

            Transportation and public utilities                       443          3 302          14 409             36       21          2        4         6         3        –        –       –         –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      104            470              2 742          17       12          1        2         2         –        –        –       –         –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                   104            470              2 742          17       12          1        2         2         –        –        –       –         –

48      Communication                                                 118          1 096              4 577           4         1         1        –         1         1        –        –       –         –

49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          143          1 525              6 099           7         4         –        –         1         2        –        –       –         –

            Wholesale trade                                           265          1 521              7 263          38       22          8        6         1         1        –        –       –         –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 198          1 218              6 066          24       13          5        4         1         1        –        –       –         –

            Retail trade                                            2 038          6 297          26 967            238      134        50        32        16         5        1        –       –         –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                        113            369              1 553          22       16          2        2         2         –        –        –       –         –

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

54      Food stores                                                   345          1 755              7 661          25       12          3        7         1         2        –        –       –         –
541       Grocery stores                                              320          1 703              7 423          17         6         1        7         1         2        –        –       –         –

55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       234          1 107              4 396          32       16          8        6         2         –        –        –       –         –

58      Eating and drinking places                                    696          1 198              5 156          72       30        20        11         9         2        –        –       –         –
5812        Eating places                                             598            984              4 293          61       23        17        11         9         1        –        –       –         –

59      Miscellaneous retail                                          192            736              3 189          48       37          7        3         1         –        –        –       –         –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       388          1 796              6 456          71       40        21         5         5         –        –        –       –         –
60      Depository institutions                                       148            727              2 817          16         4         8        1         3         –        –        –       –         –
602       Commercial banks                                            113            557              2 176           9         1         4        1         3         –        –        –       –         –

            Services                                                1 655          6 526          29 977            255      180        45        17         9         2        1        1       –         –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                               206            456              2 342          21       10          2        6         3         –        –        –       –         –

79      Amusement and recreation services                             154            491              2 917           6         3         –        1         1         –        1        –       –         –

80      Health services                                               637          3 632          16 078             54       30        17         5         –         1        –        1       –         –

83      Social services                                               223            424              1 886          23       13          4        2         3         1        –        –       –         –
832       Individual and family services                              115            183               865            8         3         3        –         1         1        –        –       –         –

87      Engineering and management services                           101            467              2 175          39       30          8        1         –         –        –        –       –         –

            Unclassified establishments                                  2              3               62            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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     CALIFORNIA 33

Table 2.          Counties                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                             1,000
code
                                                                including                                       establish     1 to     5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 to       or
                                                                March 12     First quarter        Annual           ments         4        9       19        49       99      249      499      999     more

        BUTTE

                 Total                                             46 225       194 723          870 014           4 552     2 566     936       572       347        71       51        6       2         1
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              661          2 076          11 445              113      68       24        14         6         1        –        –        –        –
07      Agricultural services                                         618          1 895              9   565         107      66       21        14         5         1        –        –       –         –
072       Crop services                                               142            497              3   128          13       5        2         4         2         –        –        –       –         –
074       Veterinary services                                         164            587              2   610          24      11        5         7         1         –        –        –       –         –
078       Landscape and horticultural services                        237            621              3   059          57      41       12         2         1         1        –        –       –         –
            Mining                                                     (B)            (D)                 (D)           5       1         3        1         –         –        –        –        –        –
            Construction                                            2 332         10 189          51 392              519     382       73        41        21         1        1        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                    587          2 733          12 738              185     151       21         6         7         –        –        –       –         –
151      General building contractors                                 496          2 265          10 609              160     134       15         5         6         –        –        –       –         –
16      Heavy construction, except building                           243          1 253              7 331            31      17         7        3         3         1        –        –       –         –
162       Heavy construction, except highway                          179            914              5 138            23      13         5        2         2         1        –        –       –         –
17      Special trade contractors                                   1 502          6 203          31      323         303     214       45        32        11         –        1        –       –         –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                         259          1 251           5      609          43      27        9         4         3         –        –        –       –         –
173       Electrical work                                             144            745           3      551          34      21        9         4         –         –        –        –       –         –
174       Masonry, stonework, and plastering                          272            992           4      781          51      38        6         3         4         –        –        –       –         –
1742        Plastering, drywall, and insulation                       198            748           3      647          29      19        4         3         3         –        –        –       –         –
175       Carpentry and floor work                                    269          1 322           7      614          36      24        5         5         1         –        1        –       –         –
1751        Carpentry work                                            262          1 306           7      533          29      17        5         5         1         –        1        –       –         –
176       Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                       136            402           1      784          22      14        3         4         1         –        –        –       –         –
179       Misc. special trade contractors                             239            904           4      951          50      33        8         7         2         –        –        –       –         –
1799        Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                         155            566           2      860          36      26        5         4         1         –        –        –       –         –
            Manufacturing                                           5 191         27 056         130 121              273     134       44        37        33        11       12        2        –        –
20      Food and kindred products                                   1 048          5 506          33 501               26       8         3        5         5         1        3        1       –         –
203       Preserved fruits and vegetables                             489          3 021          20 862               11       5         –        2         2         –        1        1       –         –
2033        Canned fruits and vegetables                              449          2 907          20 218                5       1         –        –         2         –        1        1       –         –
205       Bakery products                                             220          1 034              5 323             6       1         1        2         1         –        1        –       –         –

23      Apparel and other textile products                            130            285              1 473            13       7         –        3         3         –        –        –       –         –

24      Lumber and wood products                                      911          3 941          20 334               54      33         6        5         5         3        2        –       –         –
243       Millwork, plywood and structural members                    274          1 272              5 407            15       7         3        3         1         –        1        –       –         –
2431        Millwork                                                  230          1 107              4 735             6       1         1        2         1         –        1        –       –         –
249       Miscellaneous wood products                                 460          1 884              9 712             8       2         –        2         1         2        1        –       –         –

25      Furniture and fixtures                                        253          1 398              4 952            11       5         1        2         1         1        1        –       –         –

27      Printing and publishing                                       639          2 674          11 233               41      23         6        3         5         2        2        –       –         –
271       Newspapers                                                  395          1 724              7 365             7       1         1        –         2         1        2        –       –         –
275       Commercial printing                                         104            466              1 945            23      16         4        2         1         –        –        –       –         –

30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    162            923              3 953             6       –         2        3         –         –        1        –       –         –
308       Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                     162            923              3 953             6       –         2        3         –         –        1        –       –         –

32      Stone, clay, and glass products                               159          1 036              4 036            13       7         2        –         3         1        –        –       –         –
327       Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products                      124            913              3 488             8       3         2        –         2         1        –        –       –         –

35      Industrial machinery and equipment                            401          2 178          11 028               44      23       10         5         4         2        –        –       –         –
352       Farm and garden machinery                                   100            478              2 704             9       4         2        2         –         1        –        –       –         –
3523        Farm machinery and equipment                              100            478              2 704             9       4         2        2         –         1        –        –       –         –
355       Special industry machinery                                  117            709              3 339             5       1         1        1         1         1        –        –       –         –

36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                     237          1 727              7 266             7       3         1        2         –         –        1        –       –         –

37      Transportation equipment                                       (F)            (D)                 (D)           9       3         2        1         2         –        –        1       –         –

38      Instruments and related products                              142            855              4 250             7       4         –        2         –         –        1        –       –         –

39      Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                        305          1 554              7 571            17       7         4        3         2         –        1        –       –         –
394       Toys and sporting goods                                     244          1 337              6 583             7       1         2        2         1         –        1        –       –         –
3949        Sporting and athletic goods, n.e.c.                       244          1 337              6 583             7       1         2        2         1         –        1        –       –         –

            Transportation and public utilities                     1 721          9 923          40 307              141      69       25        19        23         4        1        –       –         –
41      Local and interurban passenger transit                        253            822              3 517            11       3         1        3         3         1        –        –       –         –
411       Local and suburban transportation                           130            387              1 783             7       2         –        2         3         –        –        –       –         –

42      Trucking and warehousing                                      513          2 144          10 218               65      38       14         3        10         –        –        –       –         –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                   472          2 026              9 553            47      21       13         3        10         –        –        –       –         –

47      Transportation services                                       104            323              1 436            18      11         5        1         1         –        –        –       –         –

48      Communication                                                 618          4 815          17 536               26       9         2        7         4         3        1        –       –         –
481       Telephone communication                                     289          3 091          11 251               10       4         2        1         1         1        1        –       –         –

49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                           (C)            (D)                 (D)          12       4         2        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.
34       CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                              1,000
code
                                                                including                                      establish     1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 to       or
                                                                March 12     First quarter        Annual          ments         4         9       19        49       99      249      499      999     more

        BUTTE Con.
            Wholesale trade                                         2 476         13 906          63 600             242     111        62        37        29         2        –        1        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                  (G)            (D)               (D)          136      60        38        24        14         –        –        –       –         –
503       Lumber and construction materials                           141             903             3 998           16        7         4        2         3         –        –        –       –         –
504       Professional and commercial equipment                       272          1 290              5 933           26        7         8        8         3         –        –        –       –         –
5044        Office equipment                                          110            528              2 335           11        3         3        4         1         –        –        –       –         –
507       Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment                    130            829              3 595           15        8         3        2         2         –        –        –       –         –
508       Machinery, equipment, and supplies                          245          1 523              6 454           29      11        10         5         3         –        –        –       –         –
509       Miscellaneous durable goods                                 134            521              2 580           20      14          2        2         2         –        –        –       –         –

51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                            1 021          6 676          30 662             105      51        24        13        15         2        –        –       –         –
514       Groceries and related products                              404          2 208          10 078              30        8         8        7         6         1        –        –       –         –
5148        Fresh fruits and vegetables                               122            651           3 449               5        1         1        1         1         1        –        –       –         –
5149        Groceries and related products, n.e.c.                    173            958           3 704              15        2         6        5         2         –        –        –       –         –
515       Farm product raw materials                                  116            878              3 951            6        2         2        1         –         1        –        –       –         –
519       Misc. nondurable goods                                      230          1 423              6 921           33      20          7        2         4         –        –        –       –         –
5191        Farm supplies                                             138            963              5 124           20      11          5        2         2         –        –        –       –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                   (E)            (D)                (D)           1       –          –        –         –         –        –        1       –         –

            Retail trade                                           14 024         40 429         173 917          1 108      446       284       199       133        27       18        1       –         –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                        569          2 468          10 369              61      31        17         6         5         1        1        –       –         –
521       Lumber and other building materials                         300          1 442              6 224           20        7         6        3         2         1        1        –       –         –
525       Hardware stores                                             133            435              1 531           15        8         3        2         2         –        –        –       –         –

53      General merchandise stores                                  1 798          4 933          22 913              28        6         3        4         4         1        9        1       –         –
531       Department stores                                         1 465          3 687          17 502              10        –         –        –         –         1        8        1       –         –

54      Food stores                                                 1 985          7 901          33 046             131      54        37        17        10         9        4        –       –         –
541       Grocery stores                                            1 753          7 509          31 216              93      35        25        12         8         9        4        –       –         –

55      Automotive dealers and service stations                     1 404          6 183          28 271             134      54        43        26         7         3        1        –       –         –
551       New and used car dealers                                    650          3 800          17 669              14        2         –        2         6         3        1        –       –         –
553       Auto and home supply stores                                 235            987              4 485           36      14        14         8         –         –        –        –       –         –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   346            733              2 989           53      18        22        13         –         –        –        –       –         –

56      Apparel and accessory stores                                  572          1 215              5 270           86      38        33        12         2         1        –        –       –         –
562       Women’s clothing stores                                     234            433              1 951           33      11        13         8         1         –        –        –       –         –
565       Family clothing stores                                      134            279              1 249            9        3         2        2         1         1        –        –       –         –

57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          632          2 243              9 928           95      47        30        14         3         1        –        –       –         –
571       Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        264          1 087              4 753           42      19        16         6         1         –        –        –       –         –
5712        Furniture stores                                          133            506              2 027           17       8         5         3         1         –        –        –       –         –
573       Radio, television, and computer stores                      273            743              3 544           41      23        10         6         1         1        –        –       –         –
5731        Radio, TV, and electronic stores                          139            445              2 098           19      13         3         2         –         1        –        –       –         –

58      Eating and drinking places                                  5 186          8 487          35 077             310      89        51        71        86        10        3        –       –         –
5812         Eating places                                          4 780          7 977          32 954             263      67        42        59        83         9        3        –       –         –
5813         Drinking places                                          372            450           1 859              42      18         9        12         2         1        –        –       –         –

59      Miscellaneous retail                                        1 772          5 945          24 435             254     125        69        44        15         1        –        –       –         –
591       Drug stores and proprietary stores                          555          2 847          11 646              33        7         5       11         9         1        –        –       –         –
594       Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                         703          1 771              7 447          107      51        31        20         5         –        –        –       –         –
5941        Sporting goods and bicycle shops                          197            535              2 302           28      12         8         8         –         –        –        –       –         –
5947        Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                         132            204                818           24      12         7         5         –         –        –        –       –         –
599       Retail stores, n.e.c.                                       221            502              1 971           56      36        15         5         –         –        –        –       –         –
5999        Miscellaneous retail stores, n.e.c.                       120            269              1 021           26      14         8         4         –         –        –        –       –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                  106          1 054              4 608            9       2         1         5         1         –        –        –       –         –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                     2 836         15 225          58 822             401     269        58        41        27         3        3        –       –         –
60      Depository institutions                                       947          5 402          19 944              67      13        16        22        15         1        –        –       –         –
602       Commercial banks                                            722          4 286          15 840              44        7         7       17        12         1        –        –       –         –
603       Savings institutions                                        149            766              2 784           11        –         4        5         2         –        –        –       –         –

61      Nondepository institutions                                    140          1 064              3 993           29      18          8        2         1         –        –        –       –         –

62      Security and commodity brokers                                120          1 330              5 197           25      19          2        2         2         –        –        –       –         –

63      Insurance carriers                                            344          2 482              8 938           27      20          4        –         2         –        1        –       –         –

64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        296          1 864              7 767           82      72          3        4         3         –        –        –       –         –

65      Real estate                                                   954          2 978          12 473             162     121        23        10         4         2        2        –       –         –
651       Real estate operators and lessors                           352            798              3 633           71      56          8        4         1         2        –        –       –         –
653       Real estate agents and managers                             508          1 784              7 040           80      61        11         4         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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     CALIFORNIA 35

Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                             1,000
code
                                                                including                                       establish     1 to     5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 to       or
                                                                March 12     First quarter        Annual           ments         4        9       19        49       99      249      499      999     more

        BUTTE Con.
            Services                                               16 767         74 786         335 184           1 715     1 054     361       183        75        22       15        2       2         1
70      Hotels and other lodging places                               306            524              2 329            31      17         5        8         –         –        1        –       –         –
701       Hotels and motels                                           290            487              2 147            24      10         5        8         –         –        1        –       –         –

72      Personal services                                             525          1 413              5 511           114      71       28        13         2         –        –        –       –         –
721       Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                     170            522              2 121            35      20       11         3         1         –        –        –       –         –
723       Beauty shops                                                142            336              1 364            38      27         7        4         –         –        –        –       –         –

73      Business services                                           2 037          7 488          36 237              181     113       28        20        12         3        5        –       –         –
734       Services to buildings                                       275            792              3 662            43      28         6        5         4         –        –        –       –         –
7342        Disinfecting and pest control services                    112            461              2 210            15       8         2        4         1         –        –        –       –         –
7349        Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                     163            331              1 451            27      19         4        1         3         –        –        –       –         –
735       Misc. equipment rental and leasing                          111            486              2 315            20      11         6        3         –         –        –        –       –         –
736       Personnel supply services                                   791          2 370          11 408               14       6         2        –         1         1        4        –       –         –
7363        Help supply services                                      700          2 277          10 658                7       –         2        –         1         –        4        –       –         –
737       Computer and data processing services                       262          1 745              9 376            24      12         3        4         4         1        –        –       –         –
7371        Computer programming services                             118          1 020              5 757             9       6         –        1         1         1        –        –       –         –
738       Miscellaneous business services                             484          1 545              7 139            50      33         8        4         3         1        1        –       –         –
7389        Business services, n.e.c.                                 216            915              3 501            40      31         4        2         2         1        –        –       –         –

75      Auto repair, services, and parking                            661          2 690          11 906              162     104       45        11         2         –        –        –       –         –
753       Automotive repair shops                                     500          2 184              9 556           135      92       33         9         1         –        –        –       –         –
7532        Top and body repair and paint shops                       122            476              1 981            26      12       11         3         –         –        –        –       –         –
7538        General automotive repair shops                           264          1 217              5 146            74      54       17         2         1         –        –        –       –         –
754       Automotive services, except repair                          145            438              2 075            24      11       10         2         1         –        –        –       –         –

76      Miscellaneous repair services                                 158            597              2 660            40      25       14         1         –         –        –        –       –         –

78      Motion pictures                                               385            572              2 390            34      16         7        6         4         1        –        –       –         –
784       Video tape rental                                           189            320              1 278            26      13         7        5         1         –        –        –       –         –

79      Amusement and recreation services                             836          1 531              6 877            67      34         9        9        12         2        1        –       –         –
799       Misc. amusement, recreation services                        643          1 184              5   526          51      25         8        7         9         1        1        –       –         –
7991        Physical fitness facilities                               290            439              1   792          11       4         2        –         3         1        1        –       –         –
7997        Membership sports and recreation clubs                    170            388              1   668          12       4         1        3         4         –        –        –       –         –
7999        Amusement and recreation, n.e.c.                          145            258              1   343          19      11         3        3         2         –        –        –       –         –

80      Health services                                             7 822         44 423         199 705              487     298      109        42        17         9        8        1       2         1
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                    1 185          8 413          40 702              225     140       61        16         6         2        –        –       –         –
802       Offices and clinics of dentists                             563          2 705          13 239              107      63       31        10         3         –        –        –       –         –
804       Offices of other health practitioners                       320          1 270              5 970            93      75       11         5         2         –        –        –       –         –
8041        Offices and clinics of chiropractors                      105            308              1 267            38      33        3         2         –         –        –        –       –         –
8049        Offices of health practitioners, n.e.c.                   124            571              2 984            25      18        2         3         2         –        –        –       –         –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                      1 008          3 437          14 988               15       2         –        3         1         4        5        –       –         –
806       Hospitals                                                 3 963         24 386         106 077                6       –         –        –         –         –        2        1       2         1
807       Medical and dental laboratories                             153            979              4 987            18      13         –        4         –         1        –        –       –         –
8071       Medical laboratories                                       125            870              4 450             6       2         –        3         –         1        –        –       –         –
808       Home health care services                                   470          2 315              9 881            10       3         1        2         1         2        1        –       –         –
809       Health and allied services, n.e.c.                          134            757              3 242             8       1         1        2         4         –        –        –       –         –

81      Legal services                                                311          1 691              8 333           105      85       15         5         –         –        –        –       –         –

82      Educational services                                          570          1 756              8 372            22      10         3        5         3         –        –        1       –         –
821       Elementary and secondary schools                            105            298              1 156             7       1         2        2         2         –        –        –       –         –

83      Social services                                             1 563          4 346          18 866              180      96       40        25        13         6        –        –       –         –
832       Individual and family services                              416          1 008              4 112            36      20         8        2         3         3        –        –       –         –
833       Job training and related services                           120            384              2 403             6       3         1        –         1         1        –        –       –         –
835       Child day care services                                     437            955              3 879            59      29       16        10         3         1        –        –       –         –
836       Residential care                                            497          1 566              6 658            61      33       10        12         5         1        –        –       –         –

86      Membership organizations                                      825          2 115              8 545           149      97       23        23         6         –        –        –       –         –
864       Civic and social associations                               130            337              1 270            33      24         3        6         –         –        –        –       –         –
866       Religious organizations                                     552          1 052              4 465            84      49       18        11         6         –        –        –       –         –

87      Engineering and management services                           689          5 068          20 833              131      82       32        12         4         1        –        –       –         –
871       Engineering and architectural services                      324          2 583          10 748               47      27       11         5         4         –        –        –       –         –
8711        Engineering services                                      230          2 126           8 947               27      15        5         3         4         –        –        –       –         –
872       Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                       287          2 113              8 010            63      40       18         4         –         1        –        –       –         –

            Unclassified establishments                                (C)            (D)                 (D)          35      32         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.
36       CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.         Counties                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                               1,000
code
                                                                including                                     establish      1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 to       or
                                                                March 12     First quarter        Annual         ments          4         9       19        49       99      249      499      999     more

        CALAVERAS
                 Total                                              4 627         18 659          80 430            864      597       156        73        32         3        3        –        –        –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               (B)            (D)               (D)          16       11          3        1         1         –        –        –       –         –
            Mining                                                     (C)            (D)               (D)           3        1          –        1         –         –        1        –       –         –
10      Metal mining                                                   (C)            (D)               (D)           1        –          –        –         –         –        1        –       –         –
           Construction                                               476          2 140              9 350         169      142        19         4         4         –        –        –       –         –
15      General contractors and operative builders                    148            571              2 752          79       70         7         2         –         –        –        –       –         –
151      General building contractors                                 147            569              2 636          74       65         7         2         –         –        –        –       –         –
17      Special trade contractors                                     259          1 148              5 108          73       58        10         2         3         –        –        –       –         –
             Manufacturing                                            273          1 201           7   240           53       39         7         5         2         –        –        –       –         –
             Transportation and public utilities                      153            837           3   617           30       18         6         5         1         –        –        –       –         –
             Wholesale trade                                           78            489           2   007           24       16         8         –         –         –        –        –       –         –
             Retail trade                                           1 526          4 163          17   581          216      122        50        29        13         2        –        –       –         –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                        261            757           3   329           20        7         5         5         2         1        –        –       –         –
521       Lumber and other building materials                         169            505           2   253           12        5         1         4         1         1        –        –       –         –
54      Food stores                                                   369          1 148              4 740          34       19          6        2         6         1        –        –       –         –
541       Grocery stores                                              353          1 116              4 592          26       12          5        2         6         1        –        –       –         –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       107            414              1 875          17         8         3        6         –         –        –        –       –         –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    523            914              3 939          71       32        23        11         5         –        –        –       –         –
5812        Eating places                                             490            854              3 694          62       26        20        11         5         –        –        –       –         –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                          167            628              2 488          40       28          9        3         –         –        –        –       –         –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                        365          1 909              7 168          70       51          9        7         2         1        –        –       –         –
60      Depository institutions                                       154            796              2 968          11        1          6        3         –         1        –        –       –         –
65      Real estate                                                   109            531              2 044          35       30          2        2         1         –        –        –       –         –
            Services                                                1 549          6 490          29 028            280      194        54        21         9         –        2        –       –         –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                               185            372           1 604             19        9         3         5         2         –        –        –       –         –
701      Hotels and motels                                            166            332           1 433             15        7         2         4         2         –        –        –       –         –
79      Amusement and recreation services                             134            370              2 045          15         5         4        5         1         –        –        –       –         –
80      Health services                                               542          3 143          14 254             51       33        11         3         2         –        2        –       –         –
83      Social services                                               140            483              1 975          22       12          5        3         2         –        –        –       –         –
86      Membership organizations                                      103            202               956           36       29          6        1         –         –        –        –       –         –
87      Engineering and management services                           170            955              4 137          39       30          6        1         2         –        –        –       –         –
            Unclassified establishments                                (A)            (D)               (D)           3         3         –         –        –         –        –        –       –         –


        COLUSA
                 Total                                              3 274         16 477          69 899            363      206        74        46        28         5        4        –        –        –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               (B)            (D)               (D)          13        9          2        2         –         –        –        –       –         –
            Construction                                                96           543           3   065           24       18          3        2         1         –        –        –       –         –
            Manufacturing                                             473          3 556          13   266           19        5          2        4         5         2        1        –       –         –
20      Food and kindred products                                     245          1 494           7   291           10        1          1        3         4         1        –        –       –         –
204       Grain mill products                                         162          1 034           4   493            5        –          1        1         2         1        –        –       –         –
33      Primary metal industries                                       (C)            (D)               (D)           1         –         –        –         –         –        1        –       –         –
            Transportation and public utilities                       376          3 012          13 387             38       21          7        5         4         1        –        –       –         –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      238          1 297           6 415             29       17          6        4         1         1        –        –       –         –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                   195          1 108           5 370             20       12          3        3         1         1        –        –       –         –
           Wholesale trade                                            342          2 240          10 605             39       17        13         3         6         –        –        –       –         –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 164            930           4 404             12        6         2         –         4         –        –        –       –         –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           108            569           2 587              7        2         2         –         3         –        –        –       –         –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              178          1 310              6 201          27       11        11         3         2         –        –        –       –         –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                       107            796              3 905           9        1         4         2         2         –        –        –       –         –
            Retail trade                                              938          2 445          10 223             93       46        18        17        10         1        1        –       –         –
54      Food stores                                                   166            468           2 062             17        6         4         5         2         –        –        –       –         –
541       Grocery stores                                              166            468           2 062             17        6         4         5         2         –        –        –       –         –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       147            528              2 280          19         9         5        3         2         –        –        –       –         –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    506          1 034              4 129          29       13          2        6         6         1        1        –       –         –
5812        Eating places                                             502          1 025              4 092          25        9          2        6         6         1        1        –       –         –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       389          2 264              7 988          29       14          7        7         –         –        1        –       –         –
65      Real estate                                                   271          1 725              5 692          11         6         3        1         –         –        1        –       –         –
            Services                                                  603          2 145              9 432         106       74        22         6         2         1        1        –       –         –
80      Health services                                               277          1 257              5 581          21       11          7        1         –         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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     CALIFORNIA 37

Table 2.          Counties                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                             1,000
code
                                                                including                                       establish      1 to    5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 to       or
                                                                March 12       First quarter        Annual         ments          4       9       19        49       99      249      499      999     more

        CONTRA COSTA
                 Total                                            266 921       2 011 186       8 237 495         20 437     11 529   4 073    2 355    1 591        543     247       51       34        14
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               (H)              (D)           (D)             432      270      87        51        19         5        –        –       –         –
07      Agricultural services                                          (H)              (D)            (D)            426      265      86        51        19         5        –        –       –         –
074       Veterinary services                                         628            2 483         10 913              74       27      21        22         4         –        –        –       –         –
075       Animal services, except veterinary                          196              527          2 284              49       32      11         6         –         –        –        –       –         –
078       Landscape and horticultural services                      1 672            6 455         31 765             290      198      51        21        15         5        –        –       –         –
           Mining                                                       (G)              (D)              (D)          12        4        1        –         3         1        1        1       –         1
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                    (G)              (D)              (D)           5        1        –        –         –         1        1        1       –         1
            Construction                                           20   265       155    119      677    310       2 125      1 404    369       184       111        37       12        3       3         2
15      General contractors and operative builders                  5   588        41    291      178    148         780        569    131        49        18         7        4        1       –         1
151       General building contractors                              4   310        30    103      129    264         661        486    113        43        11         5        2        –       –         1
153       Operative builders                                        1   183        10    666       46    092          57         29     10         6         7         2        2        1       –         –
16      Heavy construction, except building                              (H)              (D)             (D)         96         40     20         8        14         8        2        2       1         1
161       Highway and street construction                               613          5   745       28    498          27         15      4         –         5         2        –        1       –         –
162       Heavy construction, except highway                        3   454         36   124      149    449          68         24     16         8         9         6        2        1       1         1
17      Special trade contractors                                  10   517         70   742      315    594       1 246        794    217       127        79        21        6        –       2         –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                       1   198          9   735       43    252         197        130     33        19        14         1        –        –       –         –
172       Painting and paper hanging                                    875          5   503       23    958         159        121     21        11         3         2        1        –       –         –
173       Electrical work                                           1   447         10   619       46    020         173        114     26        15        14         2        2        –       –         –
174       Masonry, stonework, and plastering                        1   295          9   796       42    173         169        105     26        21        14         3        –        –       –         –
1741        Masonry and other stonework                                 286          3   543       16    788          48         32      8         6         1         1        –        –       –         –
1742        Plastering, drywall, and insulation                         873          5   486       22    234          87         45     15        13        12         2        –        –       –         –
1743        Terrazzo, tile, marble, mosaic work                         136              767        3    144          32         26      3         2         1         –        –        –       –         –
175       Carpentry and floor work                                  1   382          5   452       26    560         157        107     31        10         7         –        1        –       1         –
1751        Carpentry work                                          1   023          3   742       18    205          79         53     16         4         4         –        1        –       1         –
1752        Floor laying and floor work, n.e.c.                         356          1   689        8    285          76         52     15         6         3         –        –        –       –         –
176       Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                         764          3   750       16    172          99         56     20        14         6         3        –        –       –         –
177       Concrete work                                             1   598         11   034       46    517          85         46     17        10         7         3        1        –       1         –
179       Misc. special trade contractors                           1   850         14   142       66    148         184        102     37        23        14         7        1        –       –         –
1791        Structural steel erection                                   467          3   218       17    850          16          4      3         2         3         3        1        –       –         –
1794        Excavation work                                             183          1   103        8    161          31         19      7         3         2         –        –        –       –         –
1799        Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                           942          7   419       29    736          96         52     19        16         5         4        –        –       –         –
            Manufacturing                                          26 061         287 377       1 159    649          744      318     130       113        93        44       29        6       7         4
20      Food and kindred products                                   1 820          15 553          64    316           39       11       5        11         7         2        2        –       1         –
203       Preserved fruits and vegetables                             147             645           2    760            5        1       –         1         3         –        –        –       –         –
205       Bakery products                                             248           1 575           6    563           10        1       2         5         1         –        1        –       –         –
2051        Bread, cake, and related products                         199           1 483           6    092            5        –       1         2         1         –        1        –       –         –
209       Misc. food and kindred products                             318           1 349           5    352            8        3       2         –         2         –        1        –       –         –
2099        Food preparations, n.e.c.                                 290           1 306           5    209            5        1       2         –         1         –        1        –       –         –
23      Apparel and other textile products                            208             872           3    894           27       22       2         1         1         1        –        –       –         –
239       Misc. fabricated textile products                           186             767           3    376           18       13       2         1         1         1        –        –       –         –
2396        Automotive and apparel trimmings                          112             418           1    754            7        6       –         –         –         1        –        –       –         –
24      Lumber and wood products                                        204              930            4 177          30       18        6        3         3         –        –        –       –         –
25      Furniture and fixtures                                          292          1 893              7 740          20        8        5        3         3         –        1        –       –         –
251       Household furniture                                           172          1 089              4 702          10        4        3        2         –         –        1        –       –         –
26      Paper and allied products                                       522          5 535         23 742               7        –        –        3         1         1        2        –       –         –
27      Printing and publishing                                     2 830           15   621       65    864          176       97      33        21        16         4        4        –       1         –
272       Periodicals                                                 151            1   240        5    569           10        5       –         2         2         1        –        –       –         –
274       Miscellaneous publishing                                    128            1   023        4    208           17       10       2         2         3         –        –        –       –         –
275       Commercial printing                                         901            5   423       21    802          105       61      22        11        10         –        1        –       –         –
2752         Commercial printing, lithographic                        843            5   035       20    033           92       52      20        10         9         –        1        –       –         –
279       Printing trade services                                     271            1   364        5    758           10        4       2         1         1         1        1        –       –         –
28      Chemicals and allied products                               2 245           26   251      105    601           43       13        5        7         6         7        4        –       1         –
281       Industrial inorganic chemicals                              493            4   825       20    312           15        1        2        3         5         4        –        –       –         –
2813        Industrial gases                                          106            1   065        4    396            5        –        2        1         2         –        –        –       –         –
2819        Industrial inorganic chemicals, n.e.c.                    387            3   760       15    916           10        1        –        2         3         4        –        –       –         –
287      Agricultural chemicals                                       901           11   548       46    785            5        –        –        1         1         1        1        –       1         –
289      Miscellaneous chemical products                              193            2   180        8    659           12        9        2        –         –         –        1        –       –         –
29      Petroleum and coal products                                 4 320           58   834      238    223           15        2        1        2         2         3        1        –       3         1
291       Petroleum refining                                        4 030           55   852      226    281            6        1        –        –         –         –        1        –       3         1
295       Asphalt paving and roofing materials                        170            1   539        6    824            5        1        1        –         1         2        –        –       –         –
299       Misc. petroleum and coal products                           120            1   443        5    118            4        –        –        2         1         1        –        –       –         –
30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                      259          1 479              6 824          19       10        1        2         5         1        –        –       –         –
308       Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                       235          1 338              6 219          16        8        1        2         4         1        –        –       –         –
3089        Plastics products, n.e.c.                                   174            845              4 016          12        6        1        2         2         1        –        –       –         –
32      Stone, clay, and glass products                                 784          6 647         29 313              29        8        7        4         7         2        –        1       –         –
327       Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products                        331          2 905         14 477              13        3        3        1         4         2        –        –       –         –
3273        Ready mixed concrete                                        176          1 415          6 827              10        3        2        1         4         –        –        –       –         –
33      Primary metal industries                                        (G)              (D)              (D)           9        1        1        5         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.
38       CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.          Counties                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                               1,000
code
                                                                including                                     establish      1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 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                                   1 721         14   942        64   449           72       23        18        11        10         7        3        –       –         –
344       Fabricated structural metal products                        423          3   546        15   147           31       12         7         7         4         1        –        –       –         –
3444        Sheet metalwork                                           196          1   448         6   150           11        4         2         3         1         1        –        –       –         –
347       Metal services, n.e.c.                                      387          4   060        15   896           11        3         4         1         –         2        1        –       –         –
349       Misc. fabricated metal products                             660          5   966        25   733           17        3         3         2         6         1        2        –       –         –
3499        Fabricated metal products, n.e.c.                         205          1   753         8   229            9        1         3         1         3         1        –        –       –         –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                            670          5 491          25 129             71       34        22         8         4         2        1        –       –         –
357       Computer and office equipment                               267          2 697          12 315             11        5         2         1         1         1        1        –       –         –
359       Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                                179          1 244           6 099             29       11        15         1         2         –        –        –       –         –
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                     828          6 681          28   539           36       15          4        7         5         4        1        –       –         –
362       Electrical industrial apparatus                             123          1 307           5   048            3        1          –        –         –         2        –        –       –         –
367       Electronic components and accessories                       482          3 810          15   923           17        7          2        4         2         1        1        –       –         –
3672        Printed circuit boards                                    113            690           2   995            4        2          –        –         1         1        –        –       –         –
3679        Electronic components, n.e.c.                             337          2 943          12   205           10        4          2        2         1         –        1        –       –         –
37      Transportation equipment                                      242          1 473              6 058          25       11          2        8         4         –        –        –       –         –
38      Instruments and related products                            2 869         34   432       138   424           50       19          5        9         6         4        3        3       1         –
382       Measuring and controlling devices                         1 739         19   914        76   514           26        6          4        6         3         2        3        1       1         –
3825         Instruments to measure electricity                       323          3   473        16   616            8        2          2        2         –         –        2        –       –         –
3826         Analytical instruments                                 1 057         12   981        44   848            8        2          1        –         2         1        –        1       1         –
384       Medical instruments and supplies                            979         12   971        56   433           16        9          1        –         3         1        –        2       –         –
39      Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                        284          1 373           5 980             31       17          8        2         2         2        –        –       –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                4 794         74 221         285 309             41        5          5        6        10         4        7        2       –         2
            Transportation and public utilities                    18 338       211 391          765   441          674      367       114        80        68        29       11        3       –         2
41      Local and interurban passenger transit                        835         3 311           17   425           32       15         5         3         3         3        3        –       –         –
411       Local and suburban transportation                           431         1 714           10   986           23       11         4         3         3         1        1        –       –         –
4111        Local and suburban transit                                197           687            3   271            9        3         1         1         3         1        –        –       –         –
4119        Local passenger transportation, n.e.c.                    234         1 027            7   715           14        8         3         2         –         –        1        –       –         –
415       School buses                                                341         1 489            5   942            4        –         1         –         –         1        2        –       –         –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                    2 405         15 052          66   829          281      174        41        32        26         7        1        –       –         –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                 2 146         13 830          61   234          227      131        37        28        23         7        1        –       –         –
422       Public warehousing and storage                              259          1 222           5   595           54       43         4         4         3         –        –        –       –         –
4225        General warehousing and storage                           177            518           2   333           48       41         3         3         1         –        –        –       –         –
44      Water transportation                                          364          2 693          11 216             48       31          8        3         5         1        –        –       –         –
449      Water transportation services                                278          1 489           6 961             41       27          8        3         2         1        –        –       –         –
4493       Marinas                                                    133            543           2 618             25       18          5        1         1         –        –        –       –         –
45      Transportation by air                                          (C)             (D)              (D)          13         6         3        –         2         2        –        –       –         –
46      Pipelines, except natural gas                                  (C)             (D)              (D)           6         –         2        3         –         1        –        –       –         –
47      Transportation services                                     1 108          6   571        26   486          152       86        36        21         7         2        –        –       –         –
472       Passenger transportation arrangement                        694          3   400        13   527          126       75        33        16         1         1        –        –       –         –
4724        Travel agencies                                           558          2   156        10   157          112       66        32        13         1         –        –        –       –         –
4725        Tour operators                                            128          1   224         3   294           11        6         1         3         –         1        –        –       –         –
473       Freight transportation arrangement                          241          2   291         9   217           16        6         3         2         5         –        –        –       –         –
478       Miscellaneous transportation services                       173              880         3   742           10        5         –         3         1         1        –        –       –         –
48      Communication                                               9 882       135    139       452   097           93       41        12        10        12        11        4        2       –         1
481       Telephone communication                                   9 167       129    603       425   024           60       25         9         6         7         7        3        2       –         1
4812        Radiotelephone communications                             232         3    618        14   882           17        6         4         3         2         2        –        –       –         –
4813        Telephone communications, exc. radio                    8 935       125    985       410   142           43       19         5         3         5         5        3        2       –         1
484       Cable and other pay TV services                             506         3    345        14   760           15        5         1         2         4         2        1        –       –         –
489       Communication services, n.e.c.                              117         1    309         6   232            7        3         1         1         1         1        –        –       –         –
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                        2 757         36 471         144 659             39       11          5        7        12         1        2        –       –         1
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                  613          8 346          29 100             10        3          2        1         1         1        1        1       –         –
            Wholesale trade                                        13 404       137 817          548 099         1 225       663       259       156       103        25       16        3       –         –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                               6 842         72   392       284   840          786      453       161       103        52         9        7        1       –         –
501      Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                          688          5   554        21   745           90       51        24         8         5         1        1        –       –         –
5012       Automobiles and other motor vehicles                       158          1   734         6   970           22       15         5         –         1         1        –        –       –         –
5013       Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                       250          1   528         6   280           41       23        11         4         3         –        –        –       –         –
5014       Tires and tubes                                            155          1   822         6   379            7        3         2         1         –         –        1        –       –         –
5015       Motor vehicle parts, used                                  125              470         2   098           19        9         6         3         1         –        –        –       –         –
502      Furniture and homefurnishings                                359          2   495         9   547           61       43         7         8         2         1        –        –       –         –
5021       Furniture                                                  144          1   324         4   512           28       19         3         5         1         –        –        –       –         –
5023       Homefurnishings                                            215          1   171         5   035           33       24         4         3         1         1        –        –       –         –
503      Lumber and construction materials                            227          2   111         9   037           41       28         5         7         1         –        –        –       –         –
504      Professional and commercial equipment                      1 864         24   006        87   771          156       83        32        23        13         1        3        1       –         –
5044       Office equipment                                           219          1   984         7   930           17        6         –         7         4         –        –        –       –         –
5045       Computers, peripherals and software                        932         14   415        55   872           68       35        13        10         6         1        3        –       –         –
5047       Medical and hospital equipment                             138          1   504         6   464           28       15        10         2         1         –        –        –       –         –
5049       Professional equipment, n.e.c.                             459          5   353        14   757           19       11         4         2         1         –        –        1       –         –
505      Metals and minerals, except petroleum                        259          2   536        13   238           25        7         7         8         3         –        –        –       –         –
506      Electrical goods                                           1 478         18   073        66   487          118       58        26        18        10         4        2        –       –         –
5063       Electrical apparatus and equipment                         573          5   525        22   698           59       27        12        12         7         1        –        –       –         –
5064       Electrical appliances, TV and radios                       125              998         3   352            9        3         5         –         –         1        –        –       –         –
5065       Electronic parts and equipment                             775         11   482        40   148           48       27         8         6         3         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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     CALIFORNIA 39

Table 2.         Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                               1,000
code
                                                                including                                     establish      1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 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.
507      Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment                     365          3 120          12   422           52       31         9         7         5         –        –        –       –         –
5072       Hardware                                                   112            880           3   637           17       11         3         1         2         –        –        –       –         –
5074       Plumbing and hydronic heating supplies                     206          1 825           6   985           25       13         4         5         3         –        –        –       –         –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           993         10 099          45   432          157       92        39        16         9         1        –        –       –         –
5084       Industrial machinery and equipment                         437          4 053          17   685           78       48        18         9         3         –        –        –       –         –
5085       Industrial supplies                                        337          4 412          18   322           42       22        12         4         3         1        –        –       –         –
509      Miscellaneous durable goods                                  598          4 354          18   766           82       57        11         8         4         1        1        –       –         –
5092       Toys and hobby goods and supplies                          202          2 181           9   072            7        4         1         1         –         –        1        –       –         –
5093       Scrap and waste materials                                  149            762           3   411           23       14         3         3         3         –        –        –       –         –
5099       Durable goods, n.e.c.                                      121            616           2   614           21       17         2         –         1         1        –        –       –         –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                            5 303         48   366       194   757          412      204        93        49        45        14        6        1       –         –
511       Paper and paper products                                    790          8   092        31   320           64       30        14         8         9         2        1        –       –         –
5112        Stationery and office supplies                            382          2   855        11   286           29       11         7         4         6         1        –        –       –         –
5113        Industrial and personal service paper                     348          4   397        16   382           20        8         4         3         3         1        1        –       –         –
512       Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries                          166          1   954         6   568           14        6         4         2         1         1        –        –       –         –
513       Apparel, piece goods, and notions                           136              858         4   093           30       20         7         2         1         –        –        –       –         –
514       Groceries and related products                            1 806         13   641        56   998          133       60        28        19        19         5        2        –       –         –
5141        Groceries, general line                                   367          2   800        11   769           19       10         2         3         3         –        1        –       –         –
5142        Packaged frozen foods                                     366          2   269         9   336           16        5         4         2         3         2        –        –       –         –
5145        Confectionery                                             168          1   627         6   374            8        3         2         1         –         2        –        –       –         –
5149        Groceries and related products, n.e.c.                    630          4   367        19   896           47       18        10         8         9         1        1        –       –         –
516       Chemicals and allied products                               853          9   489        38   296           39       16        13         4         3         2        –        1       –         –
5169        Chemicals and allied products, n.e.c.                     843          9   374        37   879           36       14        12         4         3         2        –        1       –         –
517       Petroleum and petroleum products                            316          3   556        13   339           22        9         2         3         8         –        –        –       –         –
5171        Petroleum bulk stations and terminals                     256          2   810        10   775           17        6         1         3         7         –        –        –       –         –
518       Beer, wine, and distilled beverages                         314          2   637        11   374           11        6         1         –         2         1        1        –       –         –
5181        Beer and ale                                              267          2   190         9   418            5        2         –         –         1         1        1        –       –         –
519       Misc. nondurable goods                                      915          8   067        32   418           95       54        23        11         2         3        2        –       –         –
5191        Farm supplies                                             251          3   447        12   397           13        9         3         –         –         –        1        –       –         –
5192        Books, periodicals, and newspapers                        170          1   247         4   702            9        3         1         1         2         2        –        –       –         –
5199        Nondurable goods, n.e.c.                                  331          2   138         9   264           54       33        13         7         –         –        1        –       –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                1 259         17   059        68   502           27        6         5         4         6         2        3        1       –         –
            Retail trade                                           57 891       233 041          973 677         4 160     1 766     1 061       620       464       176       63        7       3         –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                      2 259         10 162          43   277          153       62        38        22        20         9        2        –       –         –
521       Lumber and other building materials                         975          5 098          21   731           63       29        16         6         7         3        2        –       –         –
523       Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores                          135            910           3   715           24       13         9         2         –         –        –        –       –         –
525       Hardware stores                                             833          2 942          12   249           38        8         6        10         9         5        –        –       –         –
526       Retail nurseries and garden stores                          310          1 175           5   372           26       11         6         4         4         1        –        –       –         –
53      General merchandise stores                                  6 988         23 814         102 640             79       19        10         4         9         4       27        6       –         –
531      Department stores                                          5 416         16 683          72 153             29        –         –         –         –         2       21        6       –         –
533      Variety stores                                               119            244             888             15        6         5         2         2         –        –        –       –         –
539      Misc. general merchandise stores                           1 412          6 767          29 154             33       12         5         2         6         2        6        –       –         –
54      Food stores                                                 8 402         41 113         169 883            470      185       114        77        35        40       19        –       –         –
541       Grocery stores                                            7 303         38 293         158 037            300      102        72        41        26        40       19        –       –         –
545       Dairy products stores                                       140            165             756             17        6         7         1         3         –        –        –       –         –
546       Retail bakeries                                             590          1 594           6 577             76       32        15        25         4         –        –        –       –         –
549       Miscellaneous food stores                                   232            600           2 499             38       21         7         8         2         –        –        –       –         –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                     5 111         34   016       147   232          449      163       134        84        48        19        1        –       –         –
551       New and used car dealers                                  2 346         22   523        98   061           70       14         6         1        31        17        1        –       –         –
553       Auto and home supply stores                                 878          4   572        19   697           96       27        34        28         6         1        –        –       –         –
554       Gasoline service stations                                 1 582          5   360        22   683          227       90        80        46        11         –        –        –       –         –
56      Apparel and accessory stores                                4 066         12 057          50   729          382      152       140        48        36         5        –        –       1         –
561       Men’s and boys’ clothing stores                             280          1 006           3   862           41       17        16         6         2         –        –        –       –         –
562       Women’s clothing stores                                   1 067          2 591          10   874          126       54        40        16        14         2        –        –       –         –
563       Women’s accessory and specialty stores                      122            266           1   184           21        7        11         3         –         –        –        –       –         –
564       Children’s and infants’ wear stores                         161            497           2   093           19        6         7         4         2         –        –        –       –         –
565       Family clothing stores                                    1 858          5 845          25   641           54        9        12        12        17         3        –        –       1         –
566       Shoe stores                                                 415          1 384           5   097           89       40        45         4         –         –        –        –       –         –
569       Misc. apparel and accessory stores                          163              468            1 977          31       18          9        3         1         –        –        –       –         –

57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        2 435         11 085          48 566            352      186       103        35        24         4        –        –       –         –
571       Furniture and homefurnishings stores                      1 469          6   958        29   881          220      124        58        23        12         3        –        –       –         –
5712        Furniture stores                                          611          3   770        15   372           86       46        25         9         5         1        –        –       –         –
5713        Floor covering stores                                     254          1   294         6   141           56       36        14         4         2         –        –        –       –         –
5719        Misc. homefurnishings stores                              567          1   764         7   824           69       38        14        10         5         2        –        –       –         –
573       Radio, television, and computer stores                      903          3 783          17   155          115       51        40        11        12         1        –        –       –         –
5731        Radio, TV, and electronic stores                          315          1 912           8   098           38       17        17         1         2         1        –        –       –         –
5734        Computer and software stores                              155            635           3   482           33       19         8         5         1         –        –        –       –         –
5735        Record and prerecorded tape stores                        349            902           4   209           26        4         9         4         9         –        –        –       –         –

58      Eating and drinking places                                 18 576         40 761         176 009         1 282       517       252       208       217        77       11        –       –         –
5812        Eating places                                          17 993         39 577         169 799         1 153       425       229       199       212        77       11        –       –         –
5813        Drinking places                                           514          1 046           4 432            91        59        20         7         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.
40       CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                               1,000
code
                                                                including                                     establish      1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 to       or
                                                                March 12     First quarter        Annual         ments          4         9       19        49       99      249      499      999     more

        CONTRA COSTA Con.
            Retail trade     Con.
59      Miscellaneous retail                                        7 249         26 045         110 633            931      459       258       134        68        12        –        –       –         –
591       Drug stores and proprietary stores                        1 980          9 710          40 396             91       20        14        17        32         8        –        –       –         –
592       Liquor stores                                               262             836             4 346          65       40        21         4         –         –        –        –       –         –
593       Used merchandise stores                                     272             676             2 994          39       20          8        8         3         –        –        –       –         –
594       Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                       2 826          7 850          33   583          384      185       111        63        21         4        –        –       –         –
5941        Sporting goods and bicycle shops                          757          2 204           9   393           84       43        15        19         4         3        –        –       –         –
5942        Book stores                                               318            762           3   447           55       24        22         7         2         –        –        –       –         –
5944        Jewelry stores                                            366          1 663           6   718           71       37        26         7         1         –        –        –       –         –
5945        Hobby, toy, and game shops                                345            873           4   168           35       16         9         5         4         1        –        –       –         –
5946        Camera and photographic supply stores                     104            471           1   888           18       13         3         –         2         –        –        –       –         –
5947        Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                         552          1 066           4   739           78       35        26        13         4         –        –        –       –         –
5949        Sewing, needlework, and piece goods                       275            570           2   319           24        6         5        10         3         –        –        –       –         –
596       Nonstore retailers                                           371         1 814              7 424          49       19        15        10         5         –        –        –       –         –
5963        Direct selling establishments                              297         1 585              6 431          36       12        11        10         3         –        –        –       –         –
599       Retail stores, n.e.c.                                     1 486          4 898          20   636          289      166        85        31         7         –        –        –       –         –
5992        Florists                                                  302            782           3   230           67       40        20         7         –         –        –        –       –         –
5995        Optical goods stores                                      207            890           3   360           42       28        11         1         2         –        –        –       –         –
5999        Miscellaneous retail stores, n.e.c.                       894          3 130          13   757          175       97        52        23         3         –        –        –       –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                2 805         33 988         124   708           62       23        12         8         7         6        3        1       2         –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                    33 187       303 115       1 161 450          2 758     1 649       478       303       225        60       27        8       7         1
60      Depository institutions                                    14 040       132 969          511 280            494      108       140       135        78        14        8        4       6         1
602       Commercial banks                                         12 125       118 448          459 109            336       67        81        93        67        10        8        3       6         1
603       Savings institutions                                      1 474         11 423          40 405             93         8       38        34         9         3        –        1       –         –
606       Credit unions                                                346         2 700              9 875          41       19        14         5         2         1        –        –       –         –

61      Nondepository institutions                                  3 506         34 249         110 671            328      165        66        49        37         9        2        –       –         –
614       Personal credit institutions                                 393         2 739          10 988             49       28        11         7         1         2        –        –       –         –
615       Business credit institutions                                 207         2 338              9 034          23       12          4        3         4         –        –        –       –         –
616       Mortgage bankers and brokers                              2 906         29 172          90 649            256      125        51        39        32         7        2        –       –         –

62      Security and commodity brokers                              1 083         17 774          64 375            175      133        16         9        14         2        1        –       –         –
621       Security brokers and dealers                                 665        12 652          42 930             82       55          9        7         9         2        –        –       –         –
628       Security and commodity services                              415         5 118          21 392             90       75          7        2         5         –        1        –       –         –

63      Insurance carriers                                          4 905         49 596         196 265            227      107        39        23        36        12        6        3       1         –
631       Life insurance                                            1 985         20 823          77 838             56       22          7        8        13         2        1        2       1         –
632       Medical service and health insurance                         541         4 994          27 760              9         2         2        1         2         –        1        1       –         –
633       Fire, marine, and casualty insurance                      1 319         13 726          54 007             90       61          3        6        13         5        2        –       –         –
635       Surety insurance                                             156         1 409              5 915           8         3         –        2         2         1        –        –       –         –
636       Title insurance                                              724         7 208          24 671             49       15        22         4         3         3        2        –       –         –
637       Pension, health, and welfare funds                           180         1 436              6 074          15         4         5        2         3         1        –        –       –         –

64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                      2 575         22 560          90 889            428      314        60        28        19         4        3        –       –         –

65      Real estate                                                 6 212         36 333         149 135         1 036       776       149        55        34        16        5        1       –         –
651       Real estate operators and lessors                         1 673          6 601          27 779            382      296        56        16        11         2        1        –       –         –
653       Real estate agents and managers                           4 005         24 938         100 744            556      408        82        31        18        12        4        1       –         –
655       Subdividers and developers                                   409         3 379          15 260             66       50          5        6         3         2        –        –       –         –
6552        Subdividers and developers, n.e.c.                         250         2 180          10 349             51       41          3        5         1         1        –        –       –         –
6553        Cemetery subdividers and developers                        159         1 199           4 866             13        7          2        1         2         1        –        –       –         –

67      Holding and other investment offices                           539         6 252          25 858             63       45          8        3         5         1        1        –       –         –
671       Holding offices                                              326         4 254          17 534             15       11          –        –         2         1        1        –       –         –
679       Miscellaneous investing                                      137         1 467           5 618             29       20          6        1         2         –        –        –       –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                   327         3 382          12 977              7        1          –        1         2         2        1        –       –         –

            Services                                               92 967       625 059       2 688 472          8 149     4 943     1 565       844       505       166       88      20       14         4
70      Hotels and other lodging places                             1 967          6 451          27 796             57       31          5        5         7         3        4        2       –         –
701       Hotels and motels                                         1 934          6 346          27 246             41       16          4        5         7         3        4        2       –         –

72      Personal services                                           3 136          9 795          41 546            587      371       142        52        17         4        1        –       –         –
721       Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                   1 177          4 080          18   069          196      131        43        13         5         3        1        –       –         –
7215        Coin operated laundries and cleaning                      104            184           1   416           19       10         5         4         –         –        –        –       –         –
7216        Drycleaning plants, except rug                            531          1 558           6   609           83       48        23         7         4         1        –        –       –         –
7217        Carpet and upholstery cleaning                            131            367           1   773           39       31         6         1         1         –        –        –       –         –
722       Photographic studios, portrait                               198            366             1 556          30       15          5        9         1         –        –        –       –         –
723       Beauty shops                                              1 040          2 980          12 591            223      137        60        21         5         –        –        –       –         –
726       Funeral service and crematories                              121            958             3 550          18         7         8        2         1         –        –        –       –         –
729       Miscellaneous personal services                             531          1 162              4 700          98       61        26         6         4         1        –        –       –         –
7291        Tax return preparation services                           234            493              1 463          41       28        11         –         1         1        –        –       –         –
7299        Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c.                   297            669              3 237          57       33        15         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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     CALIFORNIA 41

Table 2.          Counties                    Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                              1,000
code
                                                                including                                      establish     1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 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                                          22 284        142    463      625    509       1 399      838       234       141        92        43       38        9       4         –
731       Advertising                                                 339          2    163       11    904          44       23        10         7         3         1        –        –       –         –
7311        Advertising agencies                                      295          1    781       10    196          37       20         8         5         3         1        –        –       –         –
732       Credit reporting and collection                             352          1    816        6    763          24        8         5         5         5         1        –        –       –         –
7322        Adjustment and collection services                        199               845        3    387          16        5         4         4         3         –        –        –       –         –
7323        Credit reporting services                                 153               971        3    376           8        3         1         1         2         1        –        –       –         –
733       Mailing, reproduction, stenographic                         674           3   767       17    872         115       72        23        11         9         –        –        –       –         –
7331        Direct mail advertising services                          117               686        3    076          18        9         5         4         –         –        –        –       –         –
7334        Photocopying and duplicating services                     319           1   570        7    772          27        8         9         4         6         –        –        –       –         –
7336        Commercial art and graphic design                         109               796        3    999          25       20         1         2         2         –        –        –       –         –
7338        Secretarial and court reporting                           124               694        2    841          36       26         8         1         1         –        –        –       –         –
734       Services to buildings                                     2 583           8   364       36    200         208      123        47        20        10         4        3        –       1         –
7342        Disinfecting and pest control services                    243           1   530        6    998          36       19        10         5         2         –        –        –       –         –
7349        Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                   2 338           6   829       29    189         171      103        37        15         8         4        3        –       1         –
735       Misc. equipment rental and leasing                          569           3   803       17    316          79       38        23        11         7         –        –        –       –         –
7353        Heavy construction equipment rental                       129           1   087        4    740          20       12         3         4         1         –        –        –       –         –
7359        Equipment rental and leasing, n.e.c.                      344           2   091        9    901          52       24        18         6         4         –        –        –       –         –
736       Personnel supply services                                 9 047          41 095        182    535          163      62        15        16        22        16       27        2       3         –
7361        Employment agencies                                       546           2 716         13    931           56      36        11         3         3         2        1        –       –         –
7363        Help supply services                                    8 501          38 379        168    604          107      26         4        13        19        14       26        2       3         –
737       Computer and data processing services                     5 081          63 691        277    459          440     294        63        36        21        16        7        3       –         –
7371        Computer programming services                           1 747          20 698         88    510          186     128        23        17         9         6        3        –       –         –
7372        Prepackaged software                                    1 377          20 005         94    920           43      16         9         6         5         5        –        2       –         –
7373        Computer integrated systems design                        150           1 392          6    092           28      15         7         6         –         –        –        –       –         –
7374        Data processing and preparation                           664           7 458         29    481           26      12         7         1         3         1        1        1       –         –
7376        Computer facilities management                            234           1 728          9    706            7       4         1         –         1         –        1        –       –         –
7378        Computer maintenance and repair                           137           1 549          5    976           14       9         1         2         1         1        –        –       –         –
7379        Computer related services, n.e.c.                         578           6 530         31    625          113      93        11         4         2         2        1        –       –         –
738       Miscellaneous business services                           3 622          17 663         74    441          305     199        46        35        15         5        1        4       –         –
7381        Detective and armored car services                      1 504           5 536         22    427           29      15         3         2         5         1        –        3       –         –
7382        Security systems services                                 212           1 548          6    699           13       5         3         2         1         2        –        –       –         –
7384        Photofinishing laboratories                               105             320          1    310           27      21         5         1         –         –        –        –       –         –
7389        Business services, n.e.c.                               1 781          10 137         43    534          233     156        35        30         8         2        1        1       –         –
75      Auto repair, services, and parking                          2 845          14 625         64    663          524     333       114        54        20         3        –        –       –         –
751       Automotive rentals, no drivers                              156             807          4    448           22      11         6         4         1         –        –        –       –         –
752       Automobile parking                                          203             408          1    551           24      14         6         2         1         1        –        –       –         –
753       Automotive repair shops                                   1 735          11 417         49    621          400     267        89        36         8         –        –        –       –         –
7532        Top and body repair and paint shops                       666           5 017         23    041          111      61        25        19         6         –        –        –       –         –
7538        General automotive repair shops                           739           4 301         17    699          210     155        39        15         1         –        –        –       –         –
7539        Automotive repair shops, n.e.c.                           143             840          3    693           29      17        11         –         1         –        –        –       –         –
754       Automotive services, except repair                          751           1 993          8    729           73      36        13        12        10         2        –        –       –         –
7542        Carwashes                                                 435             630          2    765           36      21         3         5         5         2        –        –       –         –
7549        Automotive services, n.e.c.                               316           1 363          5    964           37      15        10         7         5         –        –        –       –         –
76      Miscellaneous repair services                               1 468          10 866         44 086             187     118        41        13        11         3        1        –       –         –
762       Electrical repair shops                                       482         3 103         14 137              42      21        11         7         2         –        1        –       –         –
7629        Electrical repair shops, n.e.c.                             386         2 524         11 651              26      14         5         4         2         –        1        –       –         –
769       Miscellaneous repair shops                                    900         7 445         28 419             115      71        28         4         9         3        –        –       –         –
7699        Repair services, n.e.c.                                     836         6 703         25 214             107      66        26         4         8         3        –        –       –         –
78      Motion pictures                                                 (G)             (D)              (D)         124      66        32        12        11         3        –        –       –         –
783       Motion picture theaters                                       471             779            4 272          16        –         4        4         5         3        –        –       –         –
784       Video tape rental                                             438             807            3 124          80      46        23         7         4         –        –        –       –         –

79      Amusement and recreation services                           4 363          12 592         56 364             275     143        48        18        42        17        6        1       –         –
792       Producers, orchestras, entertainers                           235             484            2 216          23      17          4        –         1         –        1        –       –         –
7929        Entertainers and entertainment groups                       164             203            1 282          12       9          2        –         –         –        1        –       –         –
793       Bowling centers                                               296             851            3 290          12        2         –        1         9         –        –        –       –         –
799       Misc. amusement, recreation services                      3 718          10   973       49    395          213     106        39        14        31        17        5        1       –         –
7991        Physical fitness facilities                             1 485           2   979       12    453           45      13         8         4        10         7        3        –       –         –
7992        Public golf courses                                       356           1   243        5    518           10       1         1         –         5         3        –        –       –         –
7997        Membership sports and recreation clubs                    855           3   968       17    894           72      47         9         4         6         4        2        –       –         –
7999        Amusement and recreation, n.e.c.                          968           2   672       13    054           80      44        18         5         9         3        –        1       –         –

80      Health services                                            25 090        201 402         850 251          1 822     1 081      429       194        62        22       21        3       6         4
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                    5 751          67 571        289 254             707     475       141        62        24         1        1        1       1         1
802       Offices and clinics of dentists                           2 991          17 989         82 241             500     218       191        86         5         –        –        –       –         –
804       Offices of other health practitioners                     1 139           5 074         22    778          358     281        57        18         1         1        –        –       –         –
8041        Offices and clinics of chiropractors                      393           1 541          7    067          135     111        17         7         –         –        –        –       –         –
8042        Offices and clinics of optometrists                       248             960          4    020           72      49        21         2         –         –        –        –       –         –
8049        Offices of health practitioners, n.e.c.                   412           2 166         10    050          121      96        14         9         1         1        –        –       –         –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                      2 962          14 193         58 867              48      12          1        3         7        13       12        –       –         –
806       Hospitals                                                 9 627          83 989        341 949              14        –         –        –         –         –        4        2       5         3
807       Medical and dental laboratories                               808         4 637         21 091              99      63        18         9         6         2        1        –       –         –
8071       Medical laboratories                                         512         3 077         14 703              43      26         9         3         2         2        1        –       –         –
8072       Dental laboratories                                          296         1 560          6 388              56      37         9         6         4         –        –        –       –         –
808       Home health care services                                     686         2 831         11 283              21        6         3        1         6         4        1        –       –         –
809       Health and allied services, n.e.c.                        1 074           4 958         21 972              62      16        16        15        12         1        2        –       –         –

81      Legal services                                              2 476          23 549        103 000             510     380        74        27        23         6        –        –       –         –

          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.
42       CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.         Counties                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                               1,000
code
                                                                including                                     establish      1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 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                                        4 497         19   296        78   072          189       75        32        29        41         9        –        2       1         –
821       Elementary and secondary schools                          2 244          8   198        32   169           82       15        15        13        29         9        –        1       –         –
822       Colleges and universities                                 1 626          8   053        33   283           11        4         –         1         4         –        –        1       1         –
824       Vocational schools                                          219          1   502         5   680           26       12         5         5         4         –        –        –       –         –
829       Schools and educational services, n.e.c.                    407          1   540         6   396           66       40        12        10         4         –        –        –       –         –
83      Social services                                             5 376         17   579        73   230          607      310       115       108        63        10        1        –       –         –
832       Individual and family services                            1 018          4   354        17   518          125       68        24        21        10         2        –        –       –         –
833       Job training and related services                           559          2   007         7   795           35       14         6         5         8         1        1        –       –         –
835       Child day care services                                   2 225          6   181        25   693          252      109        61        53        26         3        –        –       –         –
836       Residential care                                          1 228          3   791        16   470          136       78        17        24        13         4        –        –       –         –
839       Social services, n.e.c.                                     289          1   162         5   166           32       17         7         3         5         –        –        –       –         –
86      Membership organizations                                    4 846         20   432        82   115          480      297        84        53        29        14        2        –       1         –
861      Business associations                                        164          1   498         5   944           36       25         8         2         1         –        –        –       –         –
863      Labor organizations                                          490          2   955        12   353           47       26         7         9         3         1        1        –       –         –
864      Civic and social associations                                428          1   124         4   864          107       86        10         8         2         1        –        –       –         –
866      Religious organizations                                    3 381         11   416        45   164          250      132        55        33        18        10        1        –       1         –
869      Membership organizations, n.e.c.                             358          3   280        12   956           24       14         2         1         5         2        –        –       –         –
87      Engineering and management services                        11 127       118    495       521   959       1 271       850       186       124        75        20       12        3       1         –
871       Engineering and architectural services                    5 077        70    231       284   996         406       228        77        48        35         7        8        3       –         –
8711        Engineering services                                    4 658        66    459       268   112         307       156        62        40        31         7        8        3       –         –
8712        Architectural services                                    299         2    780        11   918          73        53        13         4         3         –        –        –       –         –
8713        Surveying services                                        118              970         4   744          22        15         2         4         1         –        –        –       –         –
872       Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                     1 475         10   405        46   615         355       266        53        26         7         3        –        –       –         –
873       Research and testing services                             1 161          8   460        38   007          85        43        10        16        12         3        1        –       –         –
8731        Commercial physical research                              270          2   711        11   790          29        20         2         3         3         1        –        –       –         –
8732        Commercial nonphysical research                           411          1   627         7   637          26        13         4         5         3         –        1        –       –         –
8733        Noncommercial research organizations                      124              926         4   041           6         2         –         3         –         1        –        –       –         –
8734        Testing laboratories                                      356          3   196        14   539          24         8         4         5         6         1        –        –       –         –
874       Management and public relations                           3 413         29   396       152   331         424       312        46        34        21         7        3        –       1         –
8741        Management services                                     1 852         15   818        86   204         107        66        14        15         7         2        2        –       1         –
8742        Management consulting services                          1 081         10   075        50   586         193       142        20        14        13         4        –        –       –         –
8748        Business consulting, n.e.c.                               400          3   050        13   410          98        83         9         3         1         1        1        –       –         –
89      Services, n.e.c.                                              571          5 203          23 915             59       34        13         5         3         4        –        –       –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                1 854         19 663          81 465             56       16        15         9         8         5        2        –       1         –
            Unclassified establishments                                (C)             (D)              (D)         158      145          9        4         –         –        –        –        –        –


        DEL NORTE

                 Total                                              4 013         15 689          66 778            526      325        93        69        27        10        1        1        –        –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing                70             226             957           19       14          2        3         –         –        –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              180              721            3 845          63       55          5        1         2         –        –        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                    120              459            2 366          37       33          2        –         2         –        –        –       –         –
151      General building contractors                                 120              459            2 280          31       27          2        –         2         –        –        –       –         –
            Manufacturing                                             448          2 853          10 907             31       17          2        5         4         3        –        –        –        –
20      Food and kindred products                                     163              665            2 858           6         1         1        1         2         1        –        –       –         –
2092       Fresh or frozen prepared fish                              138              418            1 847           3         –         –        1         1         1        –        –       –         –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      211          1 720              6 337          16       11          1        1         1         2        –        –       –         –
241       Logging                                                     100            688              3 260          10        7          1        1         –         1        –        –       –         –
            Transportation and public utilities                       220          1 312              5 654          21         8         2        8         3         –        –        –       –         –
            Wholesale trade                                           128              600            2 686          15         7         5        2         –         1        –        –       –         –
            Retail trade                                            1 484          4 068          17 391            159       80        36        26        13         3        1        –       –         –
53      General merchandise stores                                    258              607            2 623           5         2         –        1         –         1        1        –       –         –
54      Food stores                                                   309          1 195              4 782          25       13          2        5         3         2        –        –       –         –
541       Grocery stores                                              286          1 155              4 594          21       11          1        4         3         2        –        –       –         –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    514              814            3 911          56       26        10        12         8         –        –        –       –         –
5812        Eating places                                             505              787            3 760          51       21        10        12         8         –        –        –       –         –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                          195              682            2 918          31       18          8        3         2         –        –        –       –         –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       161              698            2 849          36       26          5        3         2         –        –        –       –         –
            Services                                                1 322          5 211          22 489            182      118        36        21         3         3        –        1       –         –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                               158              354            1 448          19       10          5        3         –         1        –        –       –         –
701       Hotels and motels                                           134              307            1 231          13        6          3        3         –         1        –        –       –         –
80      Health services                                               617          3 307          14 238             46       25        13         6         –         1        –        1       –         –
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                      110            720           3 229             19        7         8         4         –         –        –        –       –         –
83      Social services                                               146              441            2 056          15       10          1        2         1         1        –        –       –         –
86      Membership organizations                                      116              247             906           21       13          2        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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     CALIFORNIA 43

Table 2.          Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                            1,000
code
                                                                including                                        establish     1 to    5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 to       or
                                                                March 12     First quarter        Annual            ments         4       9       19        49       99      249      499      999     more

        EL DORADO
                 Total                                             27 996       126 042          547 506            3 407     2 166    643       352       177        41       21        4        –        3
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              350          1 032              5   058           77      47      20         8         2         –        –        –       –         –
07      Agricultural services                                         324            915              4   397           71      42      20         7         2         –        –        –       –         –
074       Veterinary services                                         143            426              1   773           25       9      11         5         –         –        –        –       –         –
078       Landscape and horticultural services                        152            413              2   329           38      28       6         2         2         –        –        –       –         –
           Mining                                                      58            449           2      236            6       2       –         4         –         –        –        –       –         –
           Construction                                             2 257         12 626          57      178          562     458      64        21        13         3        3        –       –         –
15      General contractors and operative builders                    743          4 754          21      174          231     202      19         4         4         1        1        –       –         –
151      General building contractors                                 705          4 658          20      583          209     181      19         3         4         1        1        –       –         –
16      Heavy construction, except building                           250          1 979              6 618             27      19        5        1         1         –        1        –       –         –
161       Highway and street construction                             191          1 635              4 324             13       7        4        1         –         –        1        –       –         –
17      Special trade contractors                                   1 264          5 893          29      386          304     237      40        16         8         2        1        –       –         –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                         235          1 438           6      553           59      44       9         5         1         –        –        –       –         –
172       Painting and paper hanging                                  105            314           1      574           30      26       2         –         2         –        –        –       –         –
174       Masonry, stonework, and plastering                          148            504           2      426           48      39       4         5         –         –        –        –       –         –
175       Carpentry and floor work                                    290          1 545           8      066           28      19       5         1         1         1        1        –       –         –
1751        Carpentry work                                            253          1 377           7      352           15       9       3         –         1         1        1        –       –         –
176       Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                       104            380           2      056           30      22       6         1         1         –        –        –       –         –
177       Concrete work                                               131            482           2      435           27      23       2         –         1         1        –        –       –         –
179       Misc. special trade contractors                             142            553           2      644           41      32       4         4         1         –        –        –       –         –
            Manufacturing                                           2 167         13   654        58      174          174      99      35        20        13         2        3        2       –         –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      959          6   673        26      648           51      31      10         4         2         1        1        2       –         –
242       Sawmills and planing mills                                  712          5   521        19      087            8       2       1         1         1         –        1        2       –         –
2421        Sawmills and planing mills, general                       712          5   521        19      087            8       2       1         1         1         –        1        2       –         –
27      Printing and publishing                                       343          1 377              5 627             32      20        8        2         1         –        1        –       –         –
30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    142              946            3 938              5       2        –        2         –         –        1        –       –         –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                            105              713            3 211             24      15        6        2         1         –        –        –       –         –
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                     109              706            3 581             10       4        2        3         1         –        –        –       –         –
            Transportation and public utilities                       857          5 355          22 880               103      64      19         9         6         5        –        –       –         –
41      Local and interurban passenger transit                        125            598           2 217                10       7       –         –         2         1        –        –       –         –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                       (C)              (D)              (D)            31      21        6        2         1         1        –        –       –         –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                   187              946            4 753             22      12        6        2         1         1        –        –       –         –
48      Communication                                                 235          1 821              7 161             21       9        4        4         3         1        –        –       –         –
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                           (C)             (D)                (D)           15      12        –        2         –         1        –        –       –         –
           Wholesale trade                                            786          4 458          21 415               139      81      29        23         6         –        –        –       –         –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 481          2 859          14 067                80      43      19        14         4         –        –        –       –         –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           110            565           2 917                17       8       6         1         2         –        –        –       –         –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              305          1 599              7 348             59      38      10         9         2         –        –        –       –         –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                       111            488              2 332             21      12       7         1         1         –        –        –       –         –
             Retail trade                                           8 397         27 467         119      445          817     392     192       134        72        18        9        –       –         –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                        363          1 603           7      570           57      32      13         8         4         –        –        –       –         –
521       Lumber and other building materials                         168            898           4      269           17       6       6         1         4         –        –        –       –         –
525       Hardware stores                                             119            407           1      804           19       8       5         6         –         –        –        –       –         –
53      General merchandise stores                                     (E)             (D)                (D)            6       4        –        –         –         –        2        –       –         –
54      Food stores                                                 1 682          7 959          34 340                92      40      24        13         4         6        5        –       –         –
541       Grocery stores                                            1 575          7 753          33 179                65      23      17        10         4         6        5        –       –         –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       908          4 481          20      515           81      17      29        23        12         –        –        –       –         –
551       New and used car dealers                                    341          2 473          11      758           14       1       1         3         9         –        –        –       –         –
553       Auto and home supply stores                                 220            780           3      341           22       6       5        10         1         –        –        –       –         –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   335          1 176           5      137           40       6      22        10         2         –        –        –       –         –
56      Apparel and accessory stores                                  449          1 072              4 211             71      33      21        16         1         –        –        –       –         –
562       Women’s clothing stores                                     115            297              1 245             15       7       4         3         1         –        –        –       –         –
569       Misc. apparel and accessory stores                          109            329              1 101             20      11       5         4         –         –        –        –       –         –
57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          279          1 024              4 521             56      34      14         8         –         –        –        –       –         –
571       Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        150            558              2 428             32      21       7         4         –         –        –        –       –         –
573       Radio, television, and computer stores                      103            379              1 712             19      10       5         4         –         –        –        –       –         –
58      Eating and drinking places                                  3 389          6 779          29 620               279     117      52        53        46         9        2        –       –         –
5812        Eating places                                           3 296          6 627          28 977               252      97      47        51        46         9        2        –       –         –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                          955          3 253          13      325          169     111      38        13         5         2        –        –       –         –
591       Drug stores and proprietary stores                          265          1 175           4      822           15       5       3         2         4         1        –        –       –         –
594       Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                         348            985           4      035           69      47      17         4         –         1        –        –       –         –
5947        Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                         147            466           1      824           15      10       2         2         –         1        –        –       –         –
599       Retail stores, n.e.c.                                       115            274           1      212           35      25       8         2         –         –        –        –       –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                   (C)            (D)                  (D)           6       4       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.
44       CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.          Counties                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                             1,000
code
                                                                including                                       establish     1 to     5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 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                     2 092         10 539          43      483         327     223       51        31        17         4        1        –       –         –
60      Depository institutions                                       487          2 474          10      027          43       9       14        14         6         –        –        –       –         –
602       Commercial banks                                            275          1 351           5      450          18       2        2        10         4         –        –        –       –         –
603       Savings institutions                                        173            973           3      913          19       3       12         2         2         –        –        –       –         –
61      Nondepository institutions                                    109            716           2      765          29      19        9         1         –         –        –        –       –         –
63      Insurance carriers                                            412          2 632           9      645          20      11        4         1         1         2        1        –       –         –
64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        217          1 108           5      013          56      47        5         2         1         1        –        –       –         –
65      Real estate                                                   804          3 318          14      714         159     121       17        11         9         1        –        –       –         –
651       Real estate operators and lessors                           228            675           3      542          56      47        3         3         3         –        –        –       –         –
653       Real estate agents and managers                             439          1 667           7      347          78      60        6         6         5         1        –        –       –         –
            Services                                               11 020         50 418         217      303      1 179      777      233       102        48         9        5        2       –         3
70      Hotels and other lodging places                             1 723          4 582          16      509        105       53       18        16        14         1        2        1       –         –
701       Hotels and motels                                         1 645          4 291          14      913         96       49       16        15        12         1        2        1       –         –
72      Personal services                                             325            873           3      579         78       54       15         7         2         –        –        –       –         –
723       Beauty shops                                                118            278           1      193         23       14        5         3         1         –        –        –       –         –
73      Business services                                           2 008         12 237          58      973        136       92       27         8         5         2        1        –       –         1
735       Misc. equipment rental and leasing                          157            948           4      510         10        4        3         1         1         1        –        –       –         –
736       Personnel supply services                                   136            652           2      710          7        4        –         1         1         1        –        –       –         –
737       Computer and data processing services                     1 251          9 150          44      390         29       21        6         –         1         –        –        –       –         1
738       Miscellaneous business services                             290            803           3      962         42       29        9         2         1         –        1        –       –         –
7389        Business services, n.e.c.                                 264            751           3      754         35       25        6         2         1         –        1        –       –         –
75      Auto repair, services, and parking                            320          1 617           7      100         80       63       10         5         2         –        –        –       –         –
753       Automotive repair shops                                     288          1 480           6      406         70       55        8         5         2         –        –        –       –         –
7532        Top and body repair and paint shops                       142            828           3      510         17       10        1         4         2         –        –        –       –         –
7538        General automotive repair shops                           100            481           2      118         40       36        3         1         –         –        –        –       –         –
78      Motion pictures                                               171            338           1      341         34       18       12         4         –         –        –        –       –         –
784       Video tape rental                                           121            241                  953         27       16        9         2         –         –        –        –       –         –
79      Amusement and recreation services                           1 596          4 490          14      396          73      47         8        9         5         3        –        –       –         1
799      Misc. amusement, recreation services                       1 543          4 376          13      976          61      39         6        7         5         3        –        –       –         1
7992       Public golf courses                                        109            225           1      427           3       1         –        –         1         1        –        –       –         –
7997       Membership sports and recreation clubs                     173            404           1      845           7       4         –        –         1         2        –        –       –         –
7999       Amusement and recreation, n.e.c.                         1 201          3 671          10      391          45      32         5        5         2         –        –        –       –         1
80      Health services                                             2 995         16 579          70      100         245     144       73        14         9         1        2        1       –         1
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                      485          3 992          18      736          94      61       21         8         4         –        –        –       –         –
802       Offices and clinics of dentists                             394          1 912           8      562          70      24       42         3         1         –        –        –       –         –
804       Offices of other health practitioners                       169            675           2      829          56      46        8         2         –         –        –        –       –         –
81      Legal services                                                 140            874             3 598            56      46         8        2         –         –        –        –       –         –
83      Social services                                               620          2 155              9   463          93      54       16        16         7         –        –        –       –         –
832       Individual and family services                              128            531              2   248          15       8        1         5         1         –        –        –       –         –
835       Child day care services                                     213            437              1   927          40      26        8         4         2         –        –        –       –         –
836       Residential care                                            208            910              3   855          26      11        6         6         3         –        –        –       –         –
86      Membership organizations                                      332          1 119              5 424            91      67       15         8         1         –        –        –       –         –
866      Religious organizations                                      196            464              1 908            43      26       11         6         –         –        –        –       –         –
87      Engineering and management services                           553          4 428          21      188         118      86       19         8         3         2        –        –       –         –
871       Engineering and architectural services                      260          2 295          11      403          33      22        5         3         1         2        –        –       –         –
8711        Engineering services                                      225          2 044          10      194          24      14        5         3         –         2        –        –       –         –
874       Management and public relations                             121            807           3      842          38      29        5         3         1         –        –        –       –         –
            Unclassified establishments                                 12             44                 334          23      23         –         –        –         –        –        –        –        –


        FRESNO
                 Total                                            192 626       986 210       4 313 146           15 152     8 059   3 050     1 991    1 392        415     180       45       15         5
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing            4 524         18 830          95      047         416     236       83        50        31         9        6        1       –         –
07      Agricultural services                                       4 486         18 554          93      619         408     229       83        50        30         9        6        1       –         –
072       Crop services                                             2 397         10 582          57      131         113      49       24        15        13         6        5        1       –         –
074       Veterinary services                                         239            889           4      096          42      19       18         5         –         –        –        –       –         –
075       Animal services, except veterinary                          114            352           1      681          15       9        3         –         3         –        –        –       –         –
076       Farm labor and management services                          584          2 682          11      718          42      25        4         7         3         2        1        –       –         –
0761        Farm labor contractors                                    111            544           2      640          25      18        3         3         1         –        –        –       –         –
0762        Farm management services                                  471          2 134           9      069          16       6        1         4         2         2        1        –       –         –
078       Landscape and horticultural services                      1 074          3 254          16      047         181     117       30        23        10         1        –        –       –         –
             Mining                                                   330          2 474          10      237          17       3         4        6         2         2        –        –       –         –
13      Oil and gas extraction                                        196          1 455           5      682           8       1         3        1         1         2        –        –       –         –
138       Oil and gas field services                                  123            702           2      586           5       1         1        1         1         1        –        –       –         –
1389         Oil and gas field services, n.e.c.                       123            702           2      586           5       1         1        1         1         1        –        –       –         –
14      Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels                             (C)            (D)                (D)            8       2         1        4         1         –        –        –       –         –
144       Sand and gravel                                             110            886              3 906             5       –         –        4         1         –        –        –       –         –
1442        Construction sand and gravel                              110            886              3 906             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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     CALIFORNIA 45

Table 2.         Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                               1,000
code
                                                                including                                     establish      1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 to       or
                                                                March 12     First quarter        Annual         ments          4         9       19        49       99      249      499      999     more

       FRESNO Con.
           Construction                                            13 303         71   990       322   702       1 496       827       285       209       134        34        7        –       –         –
15     General contractors and operative builders                   3 053         16   960        75   765         430       264        82        48        30         4        2        –       –         –
151      General building contractors                               2 597         13   769        61   317         371       229        72        40        25         3        2        –       –         –
153      Operative builders                                           405          2   958        13   128          32        11         8         7         5         1        –        –       –         –
16     Heavy construction, except building                            (G)               (D)             (D)         99        42        21        16        15         5        –        –       –         –
162      Heavy construction, except highway                           835          5   626        26   374          64        27        14        10         8         5        –        –       –         –
17     Special trade contractors                                    8 934         46   210       201   709         964       521       182       143        89        24        5        –       –         –
171      Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                        1 527          9   268        39   271         147        69        35        24        13         5        1        –       –         –
172      Painting and paper hanging                                   515          1   835         8   756         101        71        14        12         3         1        –        –       –         –
173      Electrical work                                              945          5   996        26   162         111        59        23        14        13         1        1        –       –         –
174      Masonry, stonework, and plastering                         2 346         12   440        50   957         168        73        32        30        23         7        3        –       –         –
1741       Masonry and other stonework                                373          2   290        10   401          34        21         4         6         1         1        1        –       –         –
1742       Plastering, drywall, and insulation                      1 596          8   201        32   241          88        25        19        18        20         4        2        –       –         –
1743       Terrazzo, tile, marble, mosaic work                        377          1   949         8   315          46        27         9         6         2         2        –        –       –         –
175      Carpentry and floor work                                   1 009          4   039        16   304         110        71        12        15         7         5        –        –       –         –
1751       Carpentry work                                             850          3   343        13   230          72        42         7        13         5         5        –        –       –         –
1752       Floor laying and floor work, n.e.c.                        159              696         3   001          35        26         5         2         2         –        –        –       –         –
176      Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                        425          1   948        10   577          59        38         8         6         6         1        –        –       –         –
177      Concrete work                                                743          3   142        14   689          99        58        19        13         8         1        –        –       –         –
179      Misc. special trade contractors                            1 298          6   823        31   990         147        70        34        25        15         3        –        –       –         –
1791       Structural steel erection                                  194          1   647         7   421           9         3         2         1         1         2        –        –       –         –
1793       Glass and glazing work                                     120              502         2   026          17         8         4         4         1         –        –        –       –         –
1799       Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                          848          3   964        18   781          99        45        26        16        11         1        –        –       –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                    (C)              (D)             (D)          3         –         –         2         –         1        –        –       –         –
            Manufacturing                                          24 336       140    621       631   131          700      249       118       105       120        50       38      14        6         –
20     Food and kindred products                                    9 515        52    421       254   874          100       14         7        12        23        15       19       7        3         –
201      Meat products                                              2 427         9    531        45   637            9        –         1         –         2         –        2       3        1         –
2011        Meat packing plants                                       598         2    808        13   425            4        –         –         –         1         –        2       1        –         –
202      Dairy products                                               586         4    866        20   478            4        1         –         –         –         –        2       1        –         –
203      Preserved fruits and vegetables                            3 176        14    306        84   748           26        4         1         2         5         6        5       1        2         –
2033        Canned fruits and vegetables                              283         2    019        18   902            7        2         –         1         1         3        –       –        –         –
2034        Dehydrated fruits, vegetables, soups                    1 826         8    949        43   031           13        –         1         1         3         3        3       1        1         –
204      Grain mill products                                          397         3    147        12   529           12        2         1         3         3         2        1       –        –         –
2048        Prepared feeds, n.e.c.                                    240         1    866         7   321            8        1         –         2         3         2        –       –        –         –
205      Bakery products                                              622         5    096        20   957           11        3         –         1         3         2        1       1        –         –
2051        Bread, cake, and related products                         523         4    644        18   887            7        2         –         1         1         1        1       1        –         –
208      Beverages                                                    942         7    567        36   475           18        3         3         4         2         2        4       –        –         –
2084        Wines, brandy, and brandy spirits                         327         2    391        11   502           12        2         3         3         2         1        1       –        –         –
209      Misc. food and kindred products                              929         4    656        19   512           14        1         1         2         4         3        2       1        –         –
2099        Food preparations, n.e.c.                                 616         2    634        11   717            7        1         –         1         2         1        1       1        –         –
23     Apparel and other textile products                             510         2    175         9   531           16        6         3         3         1         1        1       1        –         –
239      Misc. fabricated textile products                            199              515         2   325           10        2         3         3         1         –        1       –        –         –
2393        Textile bags                                              143              335         1   600            3        –         –         1         1         –        1       –        –         –
24     Lumber and wood products                                     1 014          4   142        17   664           75       32         9        17        12         5        –       –        –         –
242      Sawmills and planing mills                                   266          1   106         3   826           10        4         –         2         1         3        –       –        –         –
243      Millwork, plywood and structural members                     340          1   441         5   866           30       10         6        10         3         1        –       –        –         –
2434        Wood kitchen cabinets                                     192              812         3   207           22        8         4         9         1         –        –       –        –         –
244      Wood containers                                              234              996         4   399           16        6         –         4         6         –        –       –        –         –
2441        Nailed wood boxes and shook                               124              635         2   609            9        3         –         2         4         –        –       –        –         –
249      Miscellaneous wood products                                  113              483         1   805            6        3         –         1         1         1        –       –        –         –
25     Furniture and fixtures                                         222              995         4   651           18        7         5         2         3         1        –       –        –         –
251      Household furniture                                          116              438         2   158            8        4         1         –         3         –        –       –        –         –
26     Paper and allied products                                      779          5   139        21   822           14        1         3         1         3         2        4       –        –         –
265      Paperboard containers and boxes                              469          2   994        12   955            8        1         1         1         1         1        3       –        –         –
2653        Corrugated and solid fiber boxes                          283          2   134         9   462            4        1         –         –         –         1        2       –        –         –
27     Printing and publishing                                      2 191         11   903        48   617          120       62        26        12        13         5        –       1        1         –
271      Newspapers                                                   932          5   417        21   851           14        4         2         4         2         1        –       –        1         –
274      Miscellaneous publishing                                     111              482         2   422            5        –         1         1         3         –        –       –        –         –
275      Commercial printing                                        1 025          5   176        20   599           82       46        19         6         6         4        –       1        –         –
2752        Commercial printing, lithographic                         797          3   897        15   512           61       32        16         5         5         2        –       1        –         –
2759        Commercial printing, n.e.c.                               226          1   271         5   058           19       12         3         1         1         2        –       –        –         –
28     Chemicals and allied products                                  576          3   805        15   154           20        8         5         2         3         1        –       1        –         –
287     Agricultural chemicals                                        109              793         3   220            6        3         –         –         2         1        –       –        –         –
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                     665          3 965          15   357           18         5         2        1         5         4        1        –       –         –
308     Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                       665          3 965          15   357           18         5         2        1         5         4        1        –       –         –
3086      Plastics foam products                                      174            992           3   963            3         –         –        1         –         2        –        –       –         –
3089      Plastics products, n.e.c.                                   391          2 366           8   487           11         4         2        –         2         2        1        –       –         –
32     Stone, clay, and glass products                              1 027          7 315          34   160           43       15          6        9        10         1        2        –       –         –
321      Flat glass                                                   477          4 068          20   275            3        1          –        –         –         –        2        –       –         –
327      Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products                       392          2 263           9   696           30       10          4        8         8         –        –        –       –         –
3272       Concrete products, n.e.c.                                  101            504           1   893            8        3          1        2         2         –        –        –       –         –
3273       Ready mixed concrete                                       228          1 315           6   219           18        6          2        5         5         –        –        –       –         –
33     Primary metal industries                                       407          2 838          11 817              9         3         1        1         2         –        2        –       –         –
336      Nonferrous foundries (castings)                              215          1 361           6 096              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.
46       CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.          Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                             1,000
code
                                                                including                                       establish    1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 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                                   1 355          7 733          32      991          63     16        15        14        10         5        3        –       –         –
344       Fabricated structural metal products                        524          3 027          12      559          24      7         5         5         4         2        1        –       –         –
3443        Fabricated plate work (boiler shops)                      124            778           3      475           5      1         –         2         1         1        –        –       –         –
3444        Sheet metalwork                                           114            608           2      639           7      3         1         1         1         1        –        –       –         –
347       Metal services, n.e.c.                                      156            721           3      090          13      3         5         2         2         1        –        –       –         –
3471        Plating and polishing                                     140            686           2      960           9      2         2         2         2         1        –        –       –         –
349       Misc. fabricated metal products                             522          3 126          13      236          16      1         4         6         2         1        2        –       –         –
3499        Fabricated metal products, n.e.c.                         268          1 104           5      577          10      –         3         6         –         –        1        –       –         –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                          3 196         21   199        91      565          88     33        13        10        19         5        5        2       1         –
352       Farm and garden machinery                                   375          2   021         8      279          21      9         4         3         4         –        1        –       –         –
353       Construction and related machinery                          490          3   044        11      998           6      1         1         –         2         1        –        1       –         –
3556        Food products machinery                                   161          1   098         5      060           8      2         1         1         3         1        –        –       –         –
356       General industrial machinery                              1 268          9   906        43      795          16      –         2         3         5         1        4        1       –         –
3561        Pumps and pumping equipment                               594          5   042        21      308           5      –         –         1         2         –        1        1       –         –
3565        Packaging machinery                                       501          3   576        16      191           6      –         –         1         2         1        2        –       –         –
359       Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                                291          1   570         7      374          26     15         3         2         5         1        –        –       –         –
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                   1 196          6 278          27 061               14       5         3        2         1         –        1        1       1         –
37      Transportation equipment                                      448          2 234          10 306               33     13          4        6         9         1        –        –       –         –
3714        Motor vehicle parts and accessories                       158            848           3 997                9      5          1        –         2         1        –        –       –         –
38      Instruments and related products                              697          5 099          21 298               19       6         6        3         1         2        –        1       –         –
384       Medical instruments and supplies                            596          4 666          19 018               10       3         4        –         –         2        –        1       –         –
39      Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                        276          1 442              6   141          28     14          4        7         2         1        –        –       –         –
394       Toys and sporting goods                                     140            723              2   935           8      5          –        1         1         1        –        –       –         –
399       Miscellaneous manufactures                                  106            558              2   615          15      6          4        4         1         –        –        –       –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                  127          1 214              4   877          12      5          5        1         –         1        –        –       –         –
            Transportation and public utilities                    12 967         94 454         415 473              704    365       116        91        86        29       10        3       3         1
41      Local and interurban passenger transit                        929          5 285          23      690          26       8         8        1         5         1        2        1       –         –
411       Local and suburban transportation                           610          4 210          18      058          12       4         3        –         2         1        1        1       –         –
4119        Local passenger transportation, n.e.c.                    610          4 210          18      058          12       4         3        –         2         1        1        1       –         –
414       Bus charter service                                         118            426           2      164           8       1         4        1         2         –        –        –       –         –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                    4 007         21 591         105 846              412    235        61        57        40        18        1        –       –         –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                 3 769         20 245          99 213              386    222        57        51        38        17        1        –       –         –
422       Public warehousing and storage                              238          1 346           6 569               25     12         4         6         2         1        –        –       –         –
45      Transportation by air                                       2 085         12 931          61 460               25       9         4        3         6         1        –        1       –         1
451       Air transportation, scheduled                             1 947         12 060          57 482               13       4         1        2         3         1        –        1       –         1
47      Transportation services                                       662          2 990          12      805          92     59        19         7         5         1        1        –       –         –
472       Passenger transportation arrangement                        236            848           4      150          57     39        14         3         1         –        –        –       –         –
4724        Travel agencies                                           219            789           3      848          53     36        13         3         1         –        –        –       –         –
473       Freight transportation arrangement                          170          1 243           5      324          30     19         5         4         2         –        –        –       –         –
478       Miscellaneous transportation services                       256            899           3      331           5      1         –         –         2         1        1        –       –         –
48      Communication                                               3 137         25   759       100      654          99     34        15        15        21         6        6        1       1         –
481       Telephone communication                                   1 942         18   305        68      701          59     23        11         8         8         4        4        –       1         –
4812        Radiotelephone communications                             373          2   514        12      285          17      6         2         5         1         2        1        –       –         –
4813        Telephone communications, exc. radio                    1 569         15   791        56      416          42     17         9         3         7         2        3        –       1         –
483       Radio and television broadcasting                           869          5   615        23      851          31      6         3         6        12         2        2        –       –         –
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                        2 075         25 300         108 472               40     16          4        8         8         2        –        –       2         –
            Wholesale trade                                        15 108       103 485          458 593           1 194     492       268       220       168        35       10        1       –         –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                               7 755         50 151         217      199         686    292       145       136        94        15        4        –       –         –
501      Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                        1 841         10 225          45      232         151     56        35        35        19         4        2        –       –         –
5012       Automobiles and other motor vehicles                       484          3 080          13      216          23      9         3         5         3         2        1        –       –         –
5013       Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                       911          4 913          21      581          82     29        21        21         9         1        1        –       –         –
5014       Tires and tubes                                            202          1 171           5      655          21      6         5         6         4         –        –        –       –         –
5015       Motor vehicle parts, used                                  244          1 061           4      780          25     12         6         3         3         1        –        –       –         –
502      Furniture and homefurnishings                                346          1 812           7      853          21      6         2         9         2         2        –        –       –         –
5021       Furniture                                                  214          1 001           4      504          10      2         1         5         –         2        –        –       –         –
5023       Homefurnishings                                            132            811           3      349          11      4         1         4         2         –        –        –       –         –
503      Lumber and construction materials                            612          4 285          19      652          51     22         7        13         8         1        –        –       –         –
5031       Lumber, plywood, and millwork                              225          1 690           7      086          24     12         3         6         3         –        –        –       –         –
5032       Brick, stone, and related materials                        110            583           3      557           8      5         1         1         –         1        –        –       –         –
5039       Construction materials, n.e.c.                             200          1 559           6      869          11      1         3         4         3         –        –        –       –         –
504       Professional and commercial equipment                       964          6   820        28      016          88     45        16        12        12         3        –        –       –         –
5044        Office equipment                                          397          2   978        12      517          30     15         4         3         7         1        –        –       –         –
5045        Computers, peripherals and software                       151          1   394         5      283          23     13         5         3         2         –        –        –       –         –
5047        Medical and hospital equipment                            270          1   570         6      476          16      8         1         3         2         2        –        –       –         –
505       Metals and minerals, except petroleum                       282          1   915         8      783          16      2         5         1         7         1        –        –       –         –
506       Electrical goods                                            558          4   507        16      214          63     29        13        12         8         1        –        –       –         –
5063        Electrical apparatus and equipment                        317          2   635        10      119          35     14        10         7         3         1        –        –       –         –
5065        Electronic parts and equipment                            188          1   521         4      718          21     11         2         4         4         –        –        –       –         –
507       Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment                    627          4   971        21      661          61     27        13        10        10         1        –        –       –         –
5072        Hardware                                                  218          1   935         8      523          19      9         3         3         4         –        –        –       –         –
5074        Plumbing and hydronic heating supplies                    216          1   523         6      476          16      6         3         2         4         1        –        –       –         –
5075        Warm air heating and air conditioning                     122              941         4      097          18      8         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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     CALIFORNIA 47

Table 2.         Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                               1,000
code
                                                                including                                     establish      1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 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.
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                         1 932         13   470        60   312          181       75        44        37        22         2        1        –       –         –
5082       Construction and mining machinery                          255          2   269         9   711           13        3         7         2         –         –        1        –       –         –
5083       Farm and garden machinery                                  634          4   391        19   341           52       15        12        15        10         –        –        –       –         –
5084       Industrial machinery and equipment                         433          3   034        14   270           55       25        18         7         4         1        –        –       –         –
5085       Industrial supplies                                        343          2   319        10   706           32       14         5         9         3         1        –        –       –         –
5087       Service establishment equipment                            215          1   148         4   882           23       15         –         4         4         –        –        –       –         –
509      Miscellaneous durable goods                                  590          2   124         9   386           51       27        10         7         6         –        1        –       –         –
5093       Scrap and waste materials                                  445          1   578         6   973           29       15         4         5         4         –        1        –       –         –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                            7 043         50   491       230   961          487      194       117        79        72        18        6        1       –         –
511      Paper and paper products                                     584          3   605        13   733           41       15        11         5         7         3        –        –       –         –
5112       Stationery and office supplies                             470          2   177         9   014           28        7        10         5         3         3        –        –       –         –
512      Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries                           376          1   992         9   102           15        6         2         3         2         1        1        –       –         –
514      Groceries and related products                             3 401         26   104       125   582          185       70        34        37        30         9        4        1       –         –
5141       Groceries, general line                                    112              645         2   810            9        3         1         3         2         –        –        –       –         –
5143       Dairy products, exc. dried or canned                       121              890         4   152           15        8         3         2         2         –        –        –       –         –
5145       Confectionery                                              237          1   835         8   030            9        6         –         –         2         –        1        –       –         –
5147       Meats and meat products                                    205          1   147         5   431           13        2         1         6         4         –        –        –       –         –
5148       Fresh fruits and vegetables                              1 220         10   415        51   394           76       30        18        12        10         5        1        –       –         –
5149       Groceries and related products, n.e.c.                   1 355         10   317        48   745           46       14         8         8         9         4        2        1       –         –
515      Farm product raw materials                                   404          2   119        12   093           28       13         6         5         3         –        1        –       –         –
5159       Farm product raw materials, n.e.c.                         281          1   736        10   042           16       10         3         1         1         –        1        –       –         –
516      Chemicals and allied products                                243          1   846         8   138           28       10         8         7         3         –        –        –       –         –
5169       Chemicals and allied products, n.e.c.                      204          1   626         7   163           22        8         5         6         3         –        –        –       –         –
517       Petroleum and petroleum products                            310          1 821              7 674          36       16          9        7         4         –        –        –       –         –
5171        Petroleum bulk stations and terminals                     230          1 312              5 101          28       13          7        5         3         –        –        –       –         –
518       Beer, wine, and distilled beverages                         157          1 007              4 278           6         2         1        –         2         1        –        –       –         –
519       Misc. nondurable goods                                    1 503         11 717          49   144          136       55        43        14        20         4        –        –       –         –
5191        Farm supplies                                             972          9 109          37   868           75       30        19         9        14         3        –        –       –         –
5198        Paints, varnishes, and supplies                           104            752           2   731            9        2         4         2         1         –        –        –       –         –
5199        Nondurable goods, n.e.c.                                  292          1 282           5   884           32       13        13         2         3         1        –        –       –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                  310          2 843          10   433           21        6         6         5         2         2        –        –       –         –

            Retail trade                                           46 767       144 671          622 406         3 668     1 690       835       536       434       119       45        8       1         –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                      1 922          8 245          35 078            155       70        37        28         9         9        2        –       –         –
521       Lumber and other building materials                       1 135          5 234          21 881             66       27        10        15         7         5        2        –       –         –
523       Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores                          126              718            2 975          20         9         6        5         –         –        –        –       –         –
525       Hardware stores                                             508          1 707              7 696          42       21        11         5         1         4        –        –       –         –
526       Retail nurseries and garden stores                          136              510            2 186          22       10          8        3         1         –        –        –       –         –

53      General merchandise stores                                  5 395         15 074          68 872             71       25          7        6         6         5       17        5       –         –
531       Department stores                                         4 747         12 326          57 422             26         1         –        –         –         5       15        5       –         –
533       Variety stores                                              124              228             876           19       10          5        3         1         –        –        –       –         –
539       Misc. general merchandise stores                            524          2 520          10 574             26       14          2        3         5         –        2        –       –         –

54      Food stores                                                 5 963         24 385         100 604            540      296       117        51        46        21        9        –       –         –
541       Grocery stores                                            5 328         22 980          95 082            416      220        82        42        42        21        9        –       –         –
546       Retail bakeries                                             303              762            2 673          71       47        19         4         1         –        –        –       –         –
549       Miscellaneous food stores                                   121              197             900           19       10          6        2         1         –        –        –       –         –

55      Automotive dealers and service stations                     5 100         26 805         120 826            475      210       136        82        27        12        7        1       –         –
551       New and used car dealers                                  2 140         16 251          72 931             51       10          4       12        10         7        7        1       –         –
552       Used car dealers                                            137              666            3 355          42       31          8        3         –         –        –        –       –         –
553       Auto and home supply stores                               1 146          4 386          20 452            154       64        49        32         8         1        –        –       –         –
554       Gasoline service stations                                 1 418          3 844          16 270            201       88        69        34         8         2        –        –       –         –
556       Recreational vehicle dealers                                176          1 316              6 051           9         4         3        –         –         2        –        –       –         –

56      Apparel and accessory stores                                2 107          5 199          21 689            294      134        95        45        18         2        –        –       –         –
561       Men’s and boys’ clothing stores                             189              687            2 728          33       17          8        8         –         –        –        –       –         –
562       Women’s clothing stores                                     773          1 657              6 870          96       39        34        15         6         2        –        –       –         –
565       Family clothing stores                                      542          1 296              5 585          42       11          7       15         9         –        –        –       –         –
566       Shoe stores                                                 379          1 063              4 375          78       40        35         1         2         –        –        –       –         –

57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        1 835          7 494          31 659            260      129        80        38         8         4        1        –       –         –
571       Furniture and homefurnishings stores                      1 004          4 121          18   130          149       74        47        22         4         2        –        –       –         –
5712        Furniture stores                                          648          2 866          12   325           75       32        24        14         3         2        –        –       –         –
5713        Floor covering stores                                     151            630           2   886           35       22         9         4         –         –        –        –       –         –
5719        Misc. homefurnishings stores                              196            586           2   751           33       14        14         4         1         –        –        –       –         –
573       Radio, television, and computer stores                      781          3 212          12   792           94       41        32        14         4         2        1        –       –         –
5731        Radio, TV, and electronic stores                          367          1 717           7   159           40       16        16         6         –         1        1        –       –         –
5734        Computer and software stores                              162            879           3   126           21       11         6         2         1         1        –        –       –         –
5735        Record and prerecorded tape stores                        192            453           1   855           21        8         6         4         3         –        –        –       –         –

58      Eating and drinking places                                 17 479         29 634         125 373         1 091       397       197       189       248        50        8        1       1         –
5812        Eating places                                          16 847         28 524         120 336           967       314       175       177       241        50        8        1       1         –
5813        Drinking places                                           514            926           3 950            95        62        18         9         6         –        –        –       –         –

          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.
48       CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.         Counties                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                                1,000
code
                                                                including                                    establish       1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 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                                        6 030         22 476          94   158         748       418       158        91        67        13        1        –       –         –
591       Drug stores and proprietary stores                        1 831          9 303          38   057         109        28        20        19        38         4        –        –       –         –
592       Liquor stores                                               295            646           2   816          93        74        14         4         1         –        –        –       –         –
593       Used merchandise stores                                     244            632           2   729          43        29         4         8         2         –        –        –       –         –
594       Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                       1 818          5 064          21   672         255       137        71        33        10         3        1        –       –         –
5941        Sporting goods and bicycle shops                          458          1 269           5   698          55        28         8        15         4         –        –        –       –         –
5942        Book stores                                               307            736           2   988          21        11         7         –         1         1        1        –       –         –
5944        Jewelry stores                                            340          1 366           5   383          63        31        27         3         2         –        –        –       –         –
5945        Hobby, toy, and game shops                                206            522           2   675          19        10         5         1         1         2        –        –       –         –
5947        Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                         259            532           2   382          62        42        15         4         1         –        –        –       –         –
5949        Sewing, needlework, and piece goods                       149            321           1   285          16         4         4         8         –         –        –        –       –         –
596       Nonstore retailers                                          644          2 728          11   925          52        20        13        11         5         3        –        –       –         –
5962        Merchandising machine operators                           124            666           2   905          10         5         1         2         2         –        –        –       –         –
5963        Direct selling establishments                             436          1 882           8   170          37        13        11         8         3         2        –        –       –         –
598       Fuel dealers                                                134            750           2   828          13         4         5         3         1         –        –        –       –         –
5984        Liquefied petroleum gas dealers                           134            750           2   828          13         4         5         3         1         –        –        –       –         –
599       Retail stores, n.e.c.                                     1 061          3 341          14   044         181       124        31        13        10         3        –        –       –         –
5992        Florists                                                  273            804           3   088          58        40        11         6         1         –        –        –       –         –
5999        Miscellaneous retail stores, n.e.c.                       657          2 075           9   004         102        70        15         7         8         2        –        –       –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                  936          5 359          24   147          34        11         8         6         5         3        –        1       –         –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                    13 680         92   894       358   232      1 410        835       240       175       112        35       10        3       –         –
60      Depository institutions                                     3 433         21   358        79   679        211         38        44        80        38         9        2        –       –         –
602       Commercial banks                                          2 479         15   741        57   978        127         15        20        52        32         7        1        –       –         –
603       Savings institutions                                        448          2   946        10   652         41          5        11        22         3         –        –        –       –         –
606       Credit unions                                               438          2   430        10   012         27          7         9         5         3         2        1        –       –         –
61      Nondepository institutions                                  1 087          9 106          31 321           148        72        42        22        11         1        –        –       –         –
614       Personal credit institutions                                293          2 313           8 106            41        18        15         5         3         –        –        –       –         –
616       Mortgage bankers and brokers                                685          5 794          18 919            81        36        23        14         7         1        –        –       –         –
62      Security and commodity brokers                                471          8 707          27 802            51        38          4        3         1         5        –        –       –         –
621       Security brokers and dealers                                425          8 457          26 686            27        16          2        3         1         5        –        –       –         –
63      Insurance carriers                                          3 413         25   220       101   034         143        66        17        20        24         8        6        2       –         –
631       Life insurance                                            1 071          6   851        26   520          33        11         3        10         5         1        2        1       –         –
632       Medical service and health insurance                        251          2   162        11   792          11         4         2         2         1         1        1        –       –         –
633       Fire, marine, and casualty insurance                      1 375         10   903        44   445          63        37         7         4         8         4        2        1       –         –
636       Title insurance                                             377          3   292        10   756          15         4         1         2         6         2        –        –       –         –
637       Pension, health, and welfare funds                          339          2   012         7   521          21        10         4         2         4         –        1        –       –         –
64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                      1 858         13 128          53 917           328       243        52        16        10         5        2        –       –         –
65      Real estate                                                 2 784         11   870        48   900         478       340        76        31        24         7        –        –       –         –
651       Real estate operators and lessors                         1 251          4   459        17   727         232       165        38        16        11         2        –        –       –         –
653       Real estate agents and managers                           1 268          6   027        25   503         202       144        32        12         9         5        –        –       –         –
655       Subdividers and developers                                  197          1   019         4   540          34        24         4         3         3         –        –        –       –         –
6552        Subdividers and developers, n.e.c.                        116              601         2   622          26        20         3         2         1         –        –        –       –         –
67      Holding and other investment offices                           564         2 867          12 912            47        37          5        2         2         –        –        1       –         –
673       Trusts                                                       458         1 671           7 249            17        14          1        –         1         –        –        1       –         –
            Services                                               61 504       316 579       1 397 535         5 465      3 287     1 097       597       304       102       54      15        5         4
70      Hotels and other lodging places                             1 668          4 498          19 151            90        44        10        15        13         4        3        1       –         –
701       Hotels and motels                                         1 531          4 149          16 984            64        30         2        12        12         4        3        1       –         –
72      Personal services                                           2 649          9 065          38   352         370       229        84        40        10         4        3        –       –         –
721       Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                   1 373          5 352          23   231         124        74        25        13         6         4        2        –       –         –
7213        Linen supply                                              354          1 634           6   893           7         –         1         1         2         3        –        –       –         –
7216        Drycleaning plants, except rug                            416          1 047           4   676          64        37        14         9         4         –        –        –       –         –
7218        Industrial launderers                                     423          2 228           9   805           3         –         –         –         –         1        2        –       –         –
722       Photographic studios, portrait                              189            442           1   947          34        21         7         5         1         –        –        –       –         –
723       Beauty shops                                                468          1 221           4   894         116        73        35         7         1         –        –        –       –         –
726       Funeral service and crematories                             188            990           4   608          27        14         6         5         2         –        –        –       –         –
729       Miscellaneous personal services                             408          1 004           3   419          50        29        10        10         –         –        1        –       –         –
7291        Tax return preparation services                           300            748           2   090          26        15         5         5         –         –        1        –       –         –
7299        Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c.                   108            256           1   329          24        14         5         5         –         –        –        –       –         –
73      Business services                                           9 793         33 488         153   004         691       392       131        87        44        16       16        4       1         –
731       Advertising                                                 179          1 012           4   981          38        24         7         7         –         –        –        –       –         –
7311        Advertising agencies                                      124            734           3   630          27        18         4         5         –         –        –        –       –         –
732       Credit reporting and collection                             185            877           3   737          21        10         5         4         1         1        –        –       –         –
7322        Adjustment and collection services                        105            522           2   444          14         6         5         2         1         –        –        –       –         –
733       Mailing, reproduction, stenographic                         258          1 044           4   410          44        28         9         3         4         –        –        –       –         –
7334        Photocopying and duplicating services                     109            410           1   686          10         3         3         1         3         –        –        –       –         –
734       Services to buildings                                     1 533          4 750          21   087         153        81        32        28         8         2        1        1       –         –
7342        Disinfecting and pest control services                    314          1 511           7   109          38        14        11        10         3         –        –        –       –         –
7349        Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                   1 218          3 238          13   967         111        63        21        18         5         2        1        1       –         –
735       Misc. equipment rental and leasing                          588          3 631          16   197          85        44        23        11         7         –        –        –       –         –
7353        Heavy construction equipment rental                       214          1 575           7   162          14         3         3         3         5         –        –        –       –         –
7359        Equipment rental and leasing, n.e.c.                      312          1 622           7   330          59        34        17         6         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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     CALIFORNIA 49

Table 2.          Counties                    Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                               1,000
code
                                                                including                                     establish      1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 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.
736       Personnel supply services                                 2 862          6 562          33   775           51       26         2         5         1         5       10        2       –         –
7361        Employment agencies                                       201            305           2   159           13        9         1         2         –         –        1        –       –         –
7363        Help supply services                                    2 661          6 257          31   616           38       17         1         3         1         5        9        2       –         –
737       Computer and data processing services                       617          5 775          25   665           66       39        14         9         3         –        –        1       –         –
7371        Computer programming services                             103            894           3   855           19       11         5         2         1         –        –        –       –         –
7374        Data processing and preparation                           343          3 688          14   995            9        3         1         3         1         –        –        1       –         –
738       Miscellaneous business services                           3 548          9 714          42   567          221      130        39        18        20         8        5        –       1         –
7381        Detective and armored car services                      1 194          3 587          15   178           37       12         8         3         7         4        3        –       –         –
7382        Security systems services                                 254          1 642           6   702            6        2         –         2         –         –        2        –       –         –
7389        Business services, n.e.c.                               2 035          4 296          19   675          163      109        23        13        13         4        –        –       1         –
75      Auto repair, services, and parking                          2 878         11 961          54   315          498      335       100        45        14         3        –        1       –         –
751       Automotive rentals, no drivers                              727          2 996          13   442           30       12         7         8         1         1        –        1       –         –
7513        Truck rental and leasing, no drivers                      117            673           2   920           17        9         3         4         1         –        –        –       –         –
7514        Passenger car rental                                      610          2 323          10   522           13        3         4         4         –         1        –        1       –         –
753       Automotive repair shops                                   1 535          7 174          32   494          381      271        74        29         7         –        –        –       –         –
7532        Top and body repair and paint shops                       519          2 563          11   995           98       64        18        11         5         –        –        –       –         –
7538        General automotive repair shops                           670          2 834          12   405          192      148        33         9         2         –        –        –       –         –
7539        Automotive repair shops, n.e.c.                           138            756           3   285           38       26         7         5         –         –        –        –       –         –
754       Automotive services, except repair                          587          1 722           7   983           78       45        19         6         6         2        –        –       –         –
7542        Carwashes                                                 336            744           3   653           30       16         5         4         3         2        –        –       –         –
7549        Automotive services, n.e.c.                               247            975           4   308           44       25        14         2         3         –        –        –       –         –
76      Miscellaneous repair services                               1 189          6   430        28   061          191      128        31        22         8         1        1        –       –         –
762       Electrical repair shops                                     504          2   821        13   207           58       36        12         7         1         1        1        –       –         –
7629        Electrical repair shops, n.e.c.                           393          2   081         9   165           33       20         7         3         1         1        1        –       –         –
769       Miscellaneous repair shops                                  606          3   370        13   816          105       69        16        13         7         –        –        –       –         –
7699        Repair services, n.e.c.                                   510          2   862        11   614           90       59        15        10         6         –        –        –       –         –
78      Motion pictures                                                733         1 078              4 481          87       47        16        15         8         –        1        –       –         –
783      Motion picture theaters                                       392           448              1 847          18        6         2         1         8         –        1        –       –         –
784      Video tape rental                                             327           573              2 388          62       35        13        14         –         –        –        –       –         –
79      Amusement and recreation services                           1 723          4 368          20   455          133       71        18        19        14        10        1        –       –         –
791      Dance studios, schools, and halls                            151            297           1   066           20       10         3         5         2         –        –        –       –         –
792      Producers, orchestras, entertainers                          148            329           1   345           12        6         2         3         –         1        –        –       –         –
799      Misc. amusement, recreation services                       1 370          3 604          17   327           90       46        12        11        11         9        1        –       –         –
7991       Physical fitness facilities                                352            758           2   971           17        7         2         2         3         3        –        –       –         –
7992       Public golf courses                                        123            357           2   140            7        1         1         3         1         1        –        –       –         –
7996       Amusement parks                                            128            327           2   549            3        –         1         –         1         1        –        –       –         –
7997       Membership sports and recreation clubs                     365          1 232           5   420           14        5         –         1         4         4        –        –       –         –
7999       Amusement and recreation, n.e.c.                           345            767           3   610           39       26         7         4         1         –        1        –       –         –
80      Health services                                            22 709       159  929         709   386       1 412       827       344       118        65        29       19        4       2         4
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                    5 034        43  485         217   409         671       404       169        56        30         9        1        1       1         –
802       Offices and clinics of dentists                           1 682        10  325          51   339         300       154       109        30         6         1        –        –       –         –
804       Offices of other health practitioners                       941         4  687          19   856         252       190        46        11         5         –        –        –       –         –
8041        Offices and clinics of chiropractors                      280         1  265           5   508         110        95        13         2         –         –        –        –       –         –
8042        Offices and clinics of optometrists                       298         1  552           6   622          51        30        14         4         3         –        –        –       –         –
8049        Offices of health practitioners, n.e.c.                   307         1  613           6   660          70        46        18         4         2         –        –        –       –         –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                      3 229        11  641          52   334          49         7         1         9         5        15       11        1       –         –
806       Hospitals                                                10 416        82  936         337   697          16         1         –         1         –         1        6        2       1         4
807       Medical and dental laboratories                             265         1  234           5   346          48        35         7         3         3         –        –        –       –         –
8071        Medical laboratories                                      158            811           3   460          24        17         3         2         2         –        –        –       –         –
8072        Dental laboratories                                       107            423           1   886          24        18         4         1         1         –        –        –       –         –
808       Home health care services                                   472          2 033           9   201          18         7         1         1         6         3        –        –       –         –
809       Health and allied services, n.e.c.                          586          3 102          14   003          43        21         6         6         9         –        1        –       –         –
81      Legal services                                              2 212         18 378          82 649            392      286        56        27        19         3        –        1       –         –
82      Educational services                                        2 068          7 592          30   135          102       52        12        14        16         5        2        –       1         –
821       Elementary and secondary schools                          1 139          3 860          14   518           23        9         1         4         4         3        1        –       1         –
822       Colleges and universities                                   416          1 822           7   418           10        2         2         –         3         2        1        –       –         –
824       Vocational schools                                          201            959           4   096           23       10         4         6         3         –        –        –       –         –
829       Schools and educational services, n.e.c.                    309            945           4   073           44       29         5         4         6         –        –        –       –         –
83      Social services                                             4 563         15 963          66 913            414      200        79        88        32        10        3        2       –         –
832       Individual and family services                              835          3 231          14 643             83       37        21        13        10         2        –        –       –         –
833       Job training and related services                           542          1 997           8 389             41       17         8        10         4         1        1        –       –         –
835       Child day care services                                   1 058          3 226          13 069            101       43        20        30         7         –        –        1       –         –
836       Residential care                                          1 778          6 164          24 550            128       65        17        30         7         6        2        1       –         –
839       Social services, n.e.c.                                     337          1 319              5 318          42       20        12         5         4         1        –        –       –         –

86      Membership organizations                                    4 703         15 894          67 326            459      283        98        44        21         7        3        2       1         –
861       Business associations                                        162             948            4 293          34       26          4        2         2         –        –        –       –         –
863       Labor organizations                                          212         1 319              5 597          48       32        10         6         –         –        –        –       –         –
864       Civic and social associations                                382             785            3 818          73       55        10         5         2         1        –        –       –         –
866       Religious organizations                                   3 601         10 772          44 264            263      145        65        29        14         4        3        2       1         –
869       Membership organizations, n.e.c.                             247         1 412              5 813          20       10          5        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.
50       CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.           Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                               1,000
code
                                                                including                                     establish      1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 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                         3 993         23   588       104   497          566      363       106        57        29         9        2        –       –         –
871       Engineering and architectural services                    1 147          8   161        36   502          146       81        32        17        14         2        –        –       –         –
8711        Engineering services                                      854          6   203        27   354           86       40        21        13        10         2        –        –       –         –
8712        Architectural services                                    233          1   620         7   636           44       29         8         4         3         –        –        –       –         –
872       Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                     1 361          7   717        34   522          280      193        56        21         8         2        –        –       –         –
873       Research and testing services                               300          1   286         5   960           23       12         4         1         4         2        –        –       –         –
874       Management and public relations                           1 185          6   424        27   513          117       77        14        18         3         3        2        –       –         –
8741        Management services                                       913          4   594        19   453           42       19         5        11         2         3        2        –       –         –
8742        Management consulting services                            169          1   201         5   427           32       21         5         5         1         –        –        –       –         –
89      Services, n.e.c.                                               117           732           3 683             27       17          7        2         1         –        –        –       –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                   437         3 383          14 095             27        9          5        4         8         1        –        –       –         –
            Unclassified establishments                                107             212            1 790          82       75          4        2         1         –        –        –        –        –


        GLENN

                   Total                                            4 386         22 452          93 400            466      279        96        52        22        13        2        2        –        –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               (C)             (D)              (D)          17         9         6        1         1         –        –        –        –        –
07      Agricultural services                                          (C)             (D)              (D)          17         9         6        1         1         –        –        –       –         –
            Construction                                              241              958            4 276          48       39          5        2         1         1        –        –        –        –
16      Heavy construction, except building                           112              275            1 647           7         4         1        1         –         1        –        –       –         –
            Manufacturing                                             862          6 096          25 617             28       13          4        5         2         2        1        1        –        –
20      Food and kindred products                                     340          1 628              8 075           9         2         1        2         2         1        1        –       –         –
32      Stone, clay, and glass products                                (E)             (D)              (D)           5         –         2        2         –         –        –        1       –         –
            Transportation and public utilities                       676          6 803          27 794             41       22          9        5         3         1        –        1        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      232          1 588              6 605          28       16          6        4         1         1        –        –       –         –
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                           (E)             (D)              (D)           5         2         –        1         1         –        –        1       –         –
            Wholesale trade                                            402         1 885              7 773          43       19        10        11         1         2        –        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                  111             486            2 352          18       10          4        3         1         –        –        –       –         –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              291          1 399              5 421          25         9         6        8         –         2        –        –       –         –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                       118            599              2 612          14         5         3        6         –         –        –        –       –         –
5191       Farm supplies                                              107            569              2 511          11         2         3        6         –         –        –        –       –         –
            Retail trade                                            1 236          3 102          12 726            115       54        25        19        12         4        1        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                     (C)             (D)              (D)           2         1         –        –         –         –        1        –       –         –
54      Food stores                                                   332              888            3 699          24       12          5        2         2         3        –        –       –         –
541       Grocery stores                                              304              825            3 409          17        7          5        –         2         3        –        –       –         –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       135              404            1 442          18         8         6        3         1         –        –        –       –         –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    428              668            2 828          35       13          4       10         7         1        –        –       –         –
5812        Eating places                                             413              643            2 728          30        9          3       10         7         1        –        –       –         –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                          102              405            1 598          17       10          4        1         2         –        –        –       –         –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       167              936            3 264          40       27        10         3         –         –        –        –       –         –
            Services                                                  700          2 397          10 452            133       95        27         6         2         3        –        –       –         –
80      Health services                                               293          1 169              5 196          23       12          6        1         2         2        –        –       –         –
            Unclassified establishments                                (A)             (D)              (D)           1         1         –         –        –         –        –        –       –         –



        HUMBOLDT

                   Total                                           34 214       150 882          662 490         3 642     2 144       725       447       217        69       32        7        –        1
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              639          2 967          15 571             76       52        11         8         3         1        1        –        –        –
07      Agricultural services                                         447          1 844              8 211          50       33          9        7         –         –        1        –       –         –
074       Veterinary services                                         121            335              1 462          17        7          4        6         –         –        –        –       –         –
078       Landscape and horticultural services                        310          1 462              6 512          26       20          4        1         –         –        1        –       –         –
08      Forestry                                                      182          1 077              7 154          18       11          2        1         3         1        –        –       –         –
            Mining                                                     (A)             (D)              (D)           1         –         1         –        –         –        –        –        –        –
            Construction                                            1 704          7 572          38 007            422      330        53        25        11         3        –        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                    828          3 249          14 609            219      180        20        12         6         1        –        –       –         –
151      General building contractors                                 780          3 076          13 735            193      155        20        11         6         1        –        –       –         –
16      Heavy construction, except building                           138              698            4 892          32       24          5        1         2         –        –        –       –         –
17      Special trade contractors                                     738          3 625          18   506          171      126        28        12         3         2        –        –       –         –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                         182          1 146           6   172           26       19         3         2         1         1        –        –       –         –
173       Electrical work                                             114            519           2   340           24       16         5         2         1         –        –        –       –         –
176       Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                       122            752           3   332           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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     CALIFORNIA 51

Table 2.          Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                              1,000
code
                                                                including                                      establish     1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 to       or
                                                                March 12     First quarter        Annual          ments         4         9       19        49       99      249      499      999     more

        HUMBOLDT Con.
            Manufacturing                                           6 818         41 924         182    064          289     141        52        37        32        10       14        2       –         1
20      Food and kindred products                                     808          2 543          11    355           28       9         4         6         5         2        2        –       –         –
209       Misc. food and kindred products                             471          1 111           4    660            8       2         2         –         2         –        2        –       –         –
2092        Fresh or frozen prepared fish                             428            979           4    091            4       –         1         –         1         –        2        –       –         –
23      Apparel and other textile products                            166              545            2 310           10        4         4        –         –         2        –        –       –         –
24      Lumber and wood products                                    3 957         27   734       127    916          144      80        18        17        16         3        8        1       –         1
241       Logging                                                     683          4   257        25    749           91      60        12         9         9         –        1        –       –         –
242       Sawmills and planing mills                                3 048         22   310        96    458           34       9         4         5         5         2        7        1       –         1
2421        Sawmills and planing mills, general                     3 025         22   228        96    096           30       7         3         4         5         2        7        1       –         1
249       Miscellaneous wood products                                 151              837         4    229            6       2         –         2         1         1        –        –       –         –
26      Paper and allied products                                      (C)             (D)              (D)            1        –         –        –         –         –        1        –       –         –
27      Printing and publishing                                       520          2 217              8 976           30        9       15         2         –         2        2        –       –         –
271       Newspapers                                                  241          1 056              4 144           10        3        5         –         –         1        1        –       –         –
275       Commercial printing                                         178            884              3 619           13        5        5         2         –         –        1        –       –         –
32      Stone, clay, and glass products                               118              690            2 991           13        7         2        1         3         –        –        –       –         –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                            218          2 387              6 218           15        9         2        3         –         –        1        –       –         –
39      Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                        446            496              1 457            9        4         2        1         1         –        –        1       –         –
399       Miscellaneous manufactures                                  371            232                286            3        2         –        –         –         –        –        1       –         –
3999        Manufacturing industries, n.e.c.                          371            232                286            3        2         –        –         –         –        –        1       –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                  157          2 466              8 036            5        –         1        1         2         1        –        –       –         –
            Transportation and public utilities                     1 790         11 921          54 567             154      95        16        19        15         8        –        1       –         –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      752          4 244          22 418              89      62         7         8         7         5        –        –       –         –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                   743          4 217          22 295              84      57         7         8         7         5        –        –       –         –
48      Communication                                                 424          2 465          10 220              24        7         7        4         4         2        –        –       –         –
481      Telephone communication                                      138          1 308           5 249              11        4         5        1         –         1        –        –       –         –
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          387          4 182          17 332              10        7         –        –         1         1        –        1       –         –
           Wholesale trade                                          1 414          7 800          31    862          161      69        46        30        14         2        –        –       –         –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 810          4 872          19    456           89      29        34        18         7         1        –        –       –         –
501      Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                          211          1 295           3    601           20       4         9         6         –         1        –        –       –         –
5013       Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                       154            993           2    201           13       2         6         4         –         1        –        –       –         –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           122          1 035           4    214           19       8         7         3         1         –        –        –       –         –
509      Miscellaneous durable goods                                  172            609           3    420           16       6         6         1         3         –        –        –       –         –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                               (F)            (D)                (D)          70      38        12        12         7         1        –        –       –         –
511      Paper and paper products                                     141            340              1 330           10       3         5         1         –         1        –        –       –         –
514      Groceries and related products                               184          1 031              4 619           24      14         4         2         4         –        –        –       –         –
             Retail trade                                           9 262         27 886         121    311          959     447       248       159        77        22        5        1       –         –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                        656          2 497          11    527           63      26        15        16         4         1        1        –       –         –
521       Lumber and other building materials                         288          1 226           5    631           23      10         4         6         2         –        1        –       –         –
525       Hardware stores                                             198            579           2    488           16       6         2         7         –         1        –        –       –         –
53      General merchandise stores                                    783          1 648              7 635           21      10          3        2         1         2        2        1       –         –
531      Department stores                                            688          1 376              6 586            6       1          –        –         –         2        2        1       –         –
54      Food stores                                                 1 643          6 190          27 052             138      70        28        18        13         7        2        –       –         –
541       Grocery stores                                            1 390          5 644          24 441              96      47        18        12        10         7        2        –       –         –
546       Retail bakeries                                             113              203              960           14        8         3        –         3         –        –        –       –         –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       985          4 586          20    367          116      51        40        10        14         1        –        –       –         –
551       New and used car dealers                                    389          2 412          10    393           13       –         –         1        11         1        –        –       –         –
553       Auto and home supply stores                                 154            666           3    288           21       9         7         3         2         –        –        –       –         –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   337            978           4    504           64      33        28         2         1         –        –        –       –         –
56      Apparel and accessory stores                                  518          1 238              5 246           70      27        31        10         –         2        –        –       –         –
562       Women’s clothing stores                                     134            242              1 027           22      10         6         6         –         –        –        –       –         –
565       Family clothing stores                                      276            693              2 922           20       4        10         4         –         2        –        –       –         –
57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          339          1 164              4 646           66      35        24         7         –         –        –        –       –         –
571       Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        196            717              3 000           36      19        12         5         –         –        –        –       –         –
573       Radio, television, and computer stores                      136            428              1 576           26      12        12         2         –         –        –        –       –         –
58      Eating and drinking places                                  2 793          5 001          22 372             270     110        59        60        35         6        –        –       –         –
5812         Eating places                                          2 657          4 688          20 962             228      78        50        59        35         6        –        –       –         –
5813         Drinking places                                          130            303           1 332              36      26         9         1         –         –        –        –       –         –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                        1 510          5 144          21    310          211     117        47        34        10         3        –        –       –         –
591       Drug stores and proprietary stores                          417          1 990           8    296           25       6         5         6         7         1        –        –       –         –
593       Used merchandise stores                                     121            272           1    131           21      12         4         5         –         –        –        –       –         –
594       Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                         515          1 266           5    439           89      55        20        11         2         1        –        –       –         –
5941        Sporting goods and bicycle shops                          128            391           1    753           20      12         3         4         1         –        –        –       –         –
5942        Book stores                                               130            246           1    022           10       6         1         1         1         1        –        –       –         –
596       Nonstore retailers                                          188            753           2    875           17       9         2         4         1         1        –        –       –         –
5961        Catalog and mail order houses                             142            566           2    092           10       5         1         3         –         1        –        –       –         –
599       Retail stores, n.e.c.                                       149            453           1    883           38      25         9         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.
52       CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                               1,000
code
                                                                including                                     establish      1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 to       or
                                                                March 12     First quarter        Annual         ments          4         9       19        49       99      249      499      999     more

        HUMBOLDT Con.
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                     1 717          8 233          34 838            267      176        46        28        14         2        1        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       649          3 032          12 759             45       10        14        11         8         2        –        –       –         –
602       Commercial banks                                            471          2 172              9 068          29         5         7        8         8         1        –        –       –         –

64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        200          1 032              4 704          53       40          7        6         –         –        –        –       –         –

65      Real estate                                                   435          1 616              6 599         132      106        17         6         3         –        –        –       –         –
651       Real estate operators and lessors                           215            794              3 214          60       47          8        3         2         –        –        –       –         –
653       Real estate agents and managers                             144            379              1 618          57       48          7        2         –         –        –        –       –         –

67      Holding and other investment offices                           (C)            (D)               (D)           9         6         –        1         1         –        1        –       –         –

            Services                                               10 813         42 474         183 877         1 285       808       251       141        50        21       11        3        –        –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                               712          1 557              8 460          84       50        15        12         5         –        2        –       –         –
701       Hotels and motels                                           604          1 325              6 972          67       39        12        10         4         –        2        –       –         –

72      Personal services                                             292            844              3 736          64       45        13         4         1         1        –        –       –         –
721       Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                     148            463              2 073          29       20          7        1         –         1        –        –       –         –

73      Business services                                             867          2 811          12 372            103       61        11        24         5         1        1        –       –         –
734       Services to buildings                                       101            184               774           20       14          1        5         –         –        –        –       –         –
738       Miscellaneous business services                             417          1 080              4 984          29       15          3        8         1         1        1        –       –         –
7381        Detective and armored car services                        276            614              2 837           6        2          –        1         1         1        1        –       –         –
7389        Business services, n.e.c.                                 108            338              1 483          18       11          1        6         –         –        –        –       –         –

75      Auto repair, services, and parking                            348          1 333              6 086         110       85        19         6         –         –        –        –       –         –
753       Automotive repair shops                                     256          1 035              4 728          87       70        13         4         –         –        –        –       –         –

76      Miscellaneous repair services                                 150            701              3 051          38       31          3        3         1         –        –        –       –         –

78      Motion pictures                                               158            325              1 236          24       11          5        7         1         –        –        –       –         –

79      Amusement and recreation services                             500            912              3 962          45       22          9        5         7         2        –        –       –         –
799       Misc. amusement, recreation services                        391            715              3 138          33       19          3        4         5         2        –        –       –         –
7991        Physical fitness facilities                               163            212                835           6        2          –        1         2         1        –        –       –         –
7999        Amusement and recreation, n.e.c.                          117            210                974          15       11          –        2         1         1        –        –       –         –

80      Health services                                             4 218         22 229          95 243            281      159        64        30         9        12        4        3       –         –
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                    1 025          6 206          27 745            114       61        24        19         5         5        –        –       –         –
802       Offices and clinics of dentists                             339          1 600              6 727          70       38        26         6         –         –        –        –       –         –
804       Offices of other health practitioners                       198            776              3 627          57       42        12         2         1         –        –        –       –         –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                        623          2 073              8 719          10         2         1        –         1         4        2        –       –         –
806       Hospitals                                                 1 587          9 827          41 226              5         –         –        –         –         1        1        3       –         –
808       Home health care services                                   293          1 206              4 084           6         3         –        –         1         1        1        –       –         –
809       Health and allied services, n.e.c.                          130            410              1 725           7         2         –        3         1         1        –        –       –         –

81      Legal services                                                240          1 341              5 986          77       64        10         3         –         –        –        –       –         –

82      Educational services                                          186            501              1 950          22       11          5        3         3         –        –        –       –         –

83      Social services                                             1 705          4 265          18 362            170       95        38        23         8         2        4        –       –         –
832       Individual and family services                              602          1 348              6 039          44       18        12         8         4         1        1        –       –         –
833       Job training and related services                           285            491              1 971          11         4         3        1         1         1        1        –       –         –
835       Child day care services                                     456            947              3 789          54       28        17         8         –         –        1        –       –         –
836       Residential care                                            166            358              1 620          35       26          4        3         2         –        –        –       –         –
839       Social services, n.e.c.                                     193          1 118              4 911          18       11          2        3         1         –        1        –       –         –

86      Membership organizations                                      728          1 805              7 571         133       90        28         8         5         2        –        –       –         –
864       Civic and social associations                               199            543              2 447          29       16        10         –         2         1        –        –       –         –
866       Religious organizations                                     392            795              3 164          71       48        15         5         2         1        –        –       –         –

87      Engineering and management services                           654          3 662          14 906            119       74        26        13         5         1        –        –       –         –
871       Engineering and architectural services                      246          1 708              7 340          36       21          8        4         2         1        –        –       –         –
8711        Engineering services                                      201          1 469              6 379          24       14          3        4         2         1        –        –       –         –
872       Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                       222            987              4 223          47       28        14         4         1         –        –        –       –         –
873       Research and testing services                               100            529              1 529           7         2         –        3         2         –        –        –       –         –

            Unclassified establishments                                (B)            (D)               (D)          28       26          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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     CALIFORNIA 53

Table 2.          Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                            1,000
code
                                                                including                                        establish     1 to    5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 to       or
                                                                March 12     First quarter        Annual            ments         4       9       19        49       99      249      499      999     more

        IMPERIAL
                 Total                                             24 110       100 578          426 523            2 216     1 188    445       317       189        49       19        7       2         –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing            1 221          3 427          11 656                63      30      13        13         4         –        1        2       –         –
07      Agricultural services                                         (G)             (D)             (D)               62      30      13        12         4         –        1        2       –         –
072       Crop services                                               858          2 231           6 369                25       8       7         7         1         –        –        2       –         –
076       Farm labor and management services                          200            575           2 205                 9       5       –         1         2         –        1        –       –         –
0761        Farm labor contractors                                    153            360           1 563                 5       3       –         –         1         –        1        –       –         –
            Mining                                                    506          5 906          25 164                 7       1        1        1         2         –        1        1       –         –
10      Metal mining                                                   (E)            (D)            (D)                 2       –        –        –         –         –        1        1       –         –
           Construction                                             1 642          7 276          30 025               167      88      33        22        19         4        1        –       –         –
15      General contractors and operative builders                    357          1 331           6 130                53      28      11        11         2         1        –        –       –         –
151      General building contractors                                 292          1 001           4 708                45      26       9         7         2         1        –        –       –         –
16      Heavy construction, except building                           208          1 443              5 322             14       5        3        1         5         –        –        –       –         –
17      Special trade contractors                                   1 077          4 502          18      573          100      55      19        10        12         3        1        –       –         –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                         210            983           4      388           22      12       3         2         5         –        –        –       –         –
173       Electrical work                                             121            623           2      410           18       9       4         4         1         –        –        –       –         –
174       Masonry, stonework, and plastering                          142            399           2      121            9       5       2         –         1         1        –        –       –         –
1742        Plastering, drywall, and insulation                       133            386           2      089            5       1       2         –         1         1        –        –       –         –
177       Concrete work                                               297          1 056           4      092           10       5       1         –         2         1        1        –       –         –
179       Misc. special trade contractors                             142            628           2      055           21      13       6         1         –         1        –        –       –         –
1799        Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                         110            499           1      377           11       6       4         –         –         1        –        –       –         –
            Manufacturing                                           1 420          8 051          32 423                54      21        7       10         8         4        3        1       –         –
20      Food and kindred products                                     205            904              5 283              6       1        2        1         1         –        1        –       –         –
23      Apparel and other textile products                            199            469              2 627              3       1        –        1         –         –        1        –       –         –
233       Women’s and misses’ outerwear                               199            469              2 627              3       1        –        1         –         –        1        –       –         –
27      Printing and publishing                                       168            728              3 268              8       4        1        2         –         –        1        –       –         –
32      Stone, clay, and glass products                               419          4 116          14 086                 5       –        1        –         2         1        –        1       –         –
327       Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products                      419          4 116          14 086                 5       –        1        –         2         1        –        1       –         –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                            100            554              2 046             13       8        1        2         2         –        –        –       –         –
            Transportation and public utilities                     1 723          9 366          43 638               167      88      34        22        18         4        –        1       –         –
41      Local and interurban passenger transit                        155            284              1 203             10       4        4        –         –         2        –        –       –         –
411       Local and suburban transportation                           134            242              1 044              4       1        1        –         –         2        –        –       –         –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      639          2 625          12 671                92      53      16        15         7         1        –        –       –         –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                   569          2 363          11 262                81      46      15        13         6         1        –        –       –         –
47      Transportation services                                       158            602              3 196             26      14        7        3         2         –        –        –       –         –
48      Communication                                                  (C)            (D)                (D)            16       7        2        2         4         1        –        –       –         –
483      Radio and television broadcasting                            119            419              1 683              6       1        –        2         3         –        –        –       –         –
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          478          4 174          19 680                11       2        3        –         5         –        –        1       –         –
            Wholesale trade                                         2 611         12 293          51 943               249     123      55        40        23         6        2        –       –         –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                  (F)            (D)                  (D)         122      63      31        18         9         1        –        –       –         –
501      Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                          230            995              4   328           29      15       4         7         3         –        –        –       –         –
5013       Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                       103            522              2   125           15       9       2         2         2         –        –        –       –         –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           379          2 017              8   315           43      15      19         4         4         1        –        –       –         –
5083       Farm and garden machinery                                  180            953              4   181           17       4       8         2         3         –        –        –       –         –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                            1 702          7 883          33      380          125      59      24        21        14         5        2        –       –         –
514      Groceries and related products                               759          2 699          11      058           39      20       5         6         5         1        2        –       –         –
5148       Fresh fruits and vegetables                                483          1 361           4      932           16       8       2         2         2         –        2        –       –         –
5149       Groceries and related products, n.e.c.                     200            962           4      444           10       4       –         3         2         1        –        –       –         –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                       569          2 908          12      012           44      18      10         9         3         4        –        –       –         –
5191       Farm supplies                                              513          2 750          11      421           33      12       7         7         3         4        –        –       –         –
            Retail trade                                            8 233         24 241         102 759               704     336     149       113        77        23        4        2       –         –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                        300          1 120              4 247             31      15        5        6         5         –        –        –       –         –
521       Lumber and other building materials                         105            495              1 732              9       3        1        4         1         –        –        –       –         –
525       Hardware stores                                             144            398              1 622             10       3        2        1         4         –        –        –       –         –
53      General merchandise stores                                  1 505          4 329          19 108                37      18        –        6         4         4        3        2       –         –
531      Department stores                                            991          2 550          11 830                 7       –        –        –         –         4        1        2       –         –
533      Variety stores                                               107            216             914                10       4        –        4         2         –        –        –       –         –
539      Misc. general merchandise stores                             407          1 563           6 364                20      14        –        2         2         –        2        –       –         –
54      Food stores                                                 1 785          5 997          25 084               106      28      31        24        12        10        1        –       –         –
541       Grocery stores                                            1 662          5 774          24 206                85      17      27        19        11        10        1        –       –         –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                     1 053          3 986          16 752                91      37      21        21         8         4        –        –       –         –
551       New and used car dealers                                    264          1 577           6 456                 6       1       –         –         3         2        –        –       –         –
553       Auto and home supply stores                                 394          1 507              6 391             29       9       6        10         2         2        –        –       –         –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   358            818              3 505             42      15      14        10         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.
54       CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                               1,000
code
                                                                including                                     establish      1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 to       or
                                                                March 12     First quarter        Annual         ments          4         9       19        49       99      249      499      999     more

        IMPERIAL Con.
            Retail trade    Con.
56      Apparel and accessory stores                                  617          1 500              6 457         101       63        19        12         6         1        –        –       –         –
562       Women’s clothing stores                                     196             389             1 687          40       28          6        3         3         –        –        –       –         –
565       Family clothing stores                                      261             717             3 062          14         3         1        6         3         1        –        –       –         –
566       Shoe stores                                                 117            301              1 233          27       16          8        3         –         –        –        –       –         –

57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                           (C)            (D)               (D)          33       16        11         5         1         –        –        –       –         –
571       Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        110            426              1 969          13         4         5        4         –         –        –        –       –         –

58      Eating and drinking places                                  2 016          3 744          15 687            171       78        30        26        33         4        –        –       –         –
5812         Eating places                                          1 927          3 580          14 962            144       58        26        23        33         4        –        –       –         –

59      Miscellaneous retail                                          707          2 648          11 454            131       81        31        12         7         –        –        –       –         –
591       Drug stores and proprietary stores                          173          1 037              3 929          15         4         5        2         4         –        –        –       –         –
594       Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                         216            569              2 513          46       31          9        5         1         –        –        –       –         –
599       Retail stores, n.e.c.                                       164            424              1 783          37       24        10         2         1         –        –        –       –         –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                     1 201          6 026          24 103            158       99        26        17        12         3        1        –       –         –
60      Depository institutions                                       517          2 908          10 949             29         5         4       11         7         2        –        –       –         –
602       Commercial banks                                            382          2 322              8 271          17         1         1        8         6         1        –        –       –         –

64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        121            688              2 969          36       29          6        1         –         –        –        –       –         –

65      Real estate                                                   429          1 670              7 322          65       45        10         5         3         1        1        –       –         –
651       Real estate operators and lessors                           230            767              3 283          37       23          8        3         2         1        –        –       –         –

            Services                                                5 540         23 960         104 300            626      382       126        79        26         5        6        –       2         –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                               451            862              3 710          25       11          4        2         7         –        1        –       –         –
701       Hotels and motels                                           418            768              3 374          20         8         4        –         7         –        1        –       –         –

72      Personal services                                             210            688              2 946          40       26        10         3         –         1        –        –       –         –

73      Business services                                             452          1 539              6 164          66       40        13         9         3         1        –        –       –         –
734       Services to buildings                                       105            227              1 001          13         5         6        1         1         –        –        –       –         –
738       Miscellaneous business services                             165            464              1 700          25       15          3        6         1         –        –        –       –         –

75      Auto repair, services, and parking                            268            918              4 142          71       54          8        9         –         –        –        –       –         –
753       Automotive repair shops                                     188            733              3 220          51       40          4        7         –         –        –        –       –         –

76      Miscellaneous repair services                                 168            689              3 050          34       23          4        6         1         –        –        –       –         –
769       Miscellaneous repair shops                                  106            421              1 836          21       15          2        3         1         –        –        –       –         –

79      Amusement and recreation services                             160            284              1 089          16         6         6        2         2         –        –        –       –         –
799       Misc. amusement, recreation services                        141            253               975           11         3         4        2         2         –        –        –       –         –

80      Health services                                             2 433         13 944          61 606            138       71        31        21         7         3        3        –       2         –
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                      376          3 137          15 004             66       34        19        12         1         –        –        –       –         –
802       Offices and clinics of dentists                             224          1 083              4 741          26       15          7        3         –         1        –        –       –         –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                        236            992              3 820           5         –         –        2         1         1        1        –       –         –
806       Hospitals                                                 1 112          6 673          28 795              3         –         –        –         –         1        –        –       2         –
808       Home health care services                                   221          1 063              5 263           6         3         –        1         –         –        2        –       –         –
809       Health and allied services, n.e.c.                          145            495              1 977           9         3         1        2         3         –        –        –       –         –

81      Legal services                                                156            998              4 422          35       24          7        4         –         –        –        –       –         –

83      Social services                                               505          1 130              4 769          41       21          7       11         –         –        2        –       –         –
833       Job training and related services                           167            397              1 719           6         1         1        3         –         –        1        –       –         –
839       Social services, n.e.c.                                     184            364              1 498           6         3         1        1         –         –        1        –       –         –

86      Membership organizations                                      286            702              2 919          67       47        15         3         2         –        –        –       –         –
866       Religious organizations                                     168            362              1 493          30       19          7        2         2         –        –        –       –         –

87      Engineering and management services                           325          1 860              7 790          71       46        15         7         3         –        –        –       –         –
871       Engineering and architectural services                      101            677              3 138          15         6         6        1         2         –        –        –       –         –
872       Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                       137            681              2 934          33       22          8        2         1         –        –        –       –         –

            Unclassified establishments                                 13             32              512           21       20          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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     CALIFORNIA 55

Table 2.          Counties                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                               1,000
code
                                                                including                                     establish      1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 to       or
                                                                March 12     First quarter        Annual         ments          4         9       19        49       99      249      499      999     more

        INYO

                 Total                                              4 300         17 205          76 934            613      360       146        58        39         8        1        1        –        –

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               (B)            (D)               (D)           5         4         –         –        1         –        –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                      88            778             3 081           8         4         1        1         2         –        –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              142             612             3 541          57       46          9        2         –         –        –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                             188             869             3 235          18         9         4        1         3         1        –        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       190          1 544              6 959          33       22          4        4         3         –        –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                           263          1 403              6 467          35       15        13         6         –         1        –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              211          1 115              5 032          21         6         8        6         –         1        –        –       –         –
514       Groceries and related products                              121            578              2 755          10         3         4        2         –         1        –        –       –         –

            Retail trade                                            1 730          5 014          22 380            195       88        57        28        18         4        –        –       –         –
53      General merchandise stores                                    118            233              1 068           6         3         1        –         1         1        –        –       –         –

54      Food stores                                                   269          1 174              5 217          20         7         6        2         4         1        –        –       –         –
541       Grocery stores                                              220          1 017              4 363          15         4         5        2         3         1        –        –       –         –

55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       211            854              3 703          30       12        10         6         2         –        –        –       –         –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   116            266              1 204          22         9         9        4         –         –        –        –       –         –

58      Eating and drinking places                                    730          1 402              6 567          54       12        19        12         9         2        –        –       –         –
5812        Eating places                                             697          1 338              6 291          48        9        17        11         9         2        –        –       –         –

59      Miscellaneous retail                                          181            671              2 816          42       31          7        3         1         –        –        –       –         –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       166            744              3 163          37       26          6        3         2         –        –        –       –         –
            Services                                                1 505          6 134          27 611            220      141        52        13        10         2        1        1       –         –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                               283            540              2 944          41       26          6        5         3         1        –        –       –         –
701       Hotels and motels                                           259            483              2 593          34       20          6        4         3         1        –        –       –         –

80      Health services                                               592          3 335          14 798             41       23        11         3         1         1        1        1       –         –

83      Social services                                               110            339              1 605          15         9         3        1         2         –        –        –       –         –

86      Membership organizations                                      104            267              1 267          23       13          9        1         –         –        –        –       –         –

            Unclassified establishments                                (A)            (D)               (D)           5         5         –         –        –         –        –        –       –         –



        KERN

                 Total                                            132 073       729 512       3 082 201         10 560     5 563     2 217     1 416       917       280     125       29        6         7

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing            2 083          8 077          39 745            256      165        43        27        14         4        3        –        –        –
07      Agricultural services                                          (G)            (D)               (D)         252      163        41        27        14         4        3        –       –         –
072       Crop services                                               842          3 583          15 063             48       19        11         8         5         4        1        –       –         –
074       Veterinary services                                         285          1 034              4 679          30       12          7        7         4         –        –        –       –         –
076       Farm labor and management services                          419          1 847          11 912             19       12          1        2         2         –        2        –       –         –
0761        Farm labor contractors                                    240          1 190           9 077             10        8          –        –         1         –        1        –       –         –
0762        Farm management services                                  179            657           2 827              8        3          1        2         1         –        1        –       –         –
078       Landscape and horticultural services                        455          1 229              6 004         132      100        20        10         2         –        –        –       –         –

            Mining                                                  7 162         74 086         302 627            216       85        30        44        26        13       11        5       2         –
10      Metal mining                                                   (C)            (D)               (D)           4         –         1        2         –         –        1        –       –         –

13      Oil and gas extraction                                      4 926         47 220         191 106            186       81        27        37        20         9        7        4       1         –
131       Crude petroleum and natural gas                             656          8 937          34 177             41       23          6        6         4         –        1        1       –         –
132       Natural gas liquids                                         874         10 531          39 227             15         3         2        3         4         1        –        2       –         –
138       Oil and gas field services                                3 396         27 752         117 663            128       53        19        28        12         8        6        1       1         –
1381        Drilling oil and gas wells                                781          5 648          26 512             17        6         –         4         –         4        3        –       –         –
1389        Oil and gas field services, n.e.c.                      2 588         21 971          90 650            103       41        17        24        12         4        3        1       1         –

14      Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels                          1 135          9 957          36 475             14         3         2        3         3         1        1        –       1         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                  962         15 881          70 093             11         –         –        2         3         3        2        1       –         –

            Construction                                            8 394         56 361         246 600         1 073       647       224       117        66        12        6        –       1         –
15      General contractors and operative builders                     (G)            (D)               (D)         296      201        53        26        12         3        1        –       –         –
151       General building contractors                              1 209          6 555          28 315            244      165        49        20         8         2        –        –       –         –
153       Operative builders                                          347          3 150          15 078             23       13          2        3         3         1        1        –       –         –

16      Heavy construction, except building                         2 158         21 695          92 870             66       24        15        10         8         4        4        –       1         –
162       Heavy construction, except highway                        2 064         21 213          90 548             54       17        11        10         8         3        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.
56      CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.         Counties                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                              1,000
code
                                                                including                                      establish     1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 to       or
                                                                March 12     First quarter        Annual          ments         4         9       19        49       99      249      499      999     more

       KERN Con.
           Construction Con.
17     Special trade contractors                                    4 581         24 514         108    180          710     422       155        81        46         5        1        –       –         –
171      Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                          669          4 105          17    562          103      54        28        14         6         1        –        –       –         –
172      Painting and paper hanging                                   218            817           3    505           55      41        10         2         2         –        –        –       –         –
173      Electrical work                                              765          4 997          21    791          114      75        22         9         6         1        1        –       –         –
174      Masonry, stonework, and plastering                           795          3 403          14    371          121      69        28        15         8         1        –        –       –         –
1741       Masonry and other stonework                                113            432           1    768           29      21         6         1         1         –        –        –       –         –
1742       Plastering, drywall, and insulation                        575          2 421           9    971           70      34        18        11         6         1        –        –       –         –
1743       Terrazzo, tile, marble, mosaic work                        107            550           2    632           22      14         4         3         1         –        –        –       –         –
175      Carpentry and floor work                                     291          1 578           6    026           62      40        13         7         2         –        –        –       –         –
1751       Carpentry work                                             202          1 183           4    329           42      26         9         6         1         –        –        –       –         –
176      Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                        231            974           5    147           35      20        10         3         2         –        –        –       –         –
177      Concrete work                                                448          2 604          10    547           59      30        14         8         7         –        –        –       –         –
178      Water well drilling                                          122            895           3    963           15       9         3         1         2         –        –        –       –         –
179      Misc. special trade contractors                              980          4 987          24    591          138      78        26        22        10         2        –        –       –         –
1791       Structural steel erection                                  177            662           3    141           13       6         –         4         2         1        –        –       –         –
1794       Excavation work                                            202          1 523           7    790           27      14         8         3         1         1        –        –       –         –
1799       Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                          510          2 208          11    641           79      46        14        13         6         –        –        –       –         –
            Manufacturing                                          10 097         63   968       272    400          366     149        73        60        45        19       10        9       –         1
20     Food and kindred products                                    3 809         21   607        99    036           30       9         –         3         7         3        2        5       –         1
203      Preserved fruits and vegetables                            1 512          6   158        28    317            6       1         –         –         3         –        –        1       –         1
205      Bakery products                                              374          2   325         9    429            3       –         –         –         1         1        –        1       –         –
208      Beverages                                                    447          2   555        11    632            3       –         –         –         1         –        2        –       –         –
209      Misc. food and kindred products                              492          5   158        24    519            8       3         –         2         1         1        –        1       –         –
23     Apparel and other textile products                             182              652         3    236            8       4         1         1         1         –        1        –       –         –
24     Lumber and wood products                                       529          1   234         6    084           22      10         9         1         –         –        1        1       –         –
243      Millwork, plywood and structural members                     173              836         4    208           13       6         6         –         –         –        1        –       –         –
249      Miscellaneous wood products                                  336              329         1    306            3       –         1         1         –         –        –        1       –         –
26     Paper and allied products                                       (C)              (D)              (D)           2       1         –         –         –         –        1        –       –         –
27     Printing and publishing                                        943          5   606        22    077           61      36        11         6         5         2        –        1       –         –
271      Newspapers                                                   714          4   516        17    858           13       2         3         3         2         2        –        1       –         –
275      Commercial printing                                          185              801         2    793           38      26         7         3         2         –        –        –       –         –
2752        Commercial printing, lithographic                         134              573         2    163           27      18         5         3         1         –        –        –       –         –
28     Chemicals and allied products                                  310          2   073         9    658           18       5         3         5         4         1        –        –       –         –
287      Agricultural chemicals                                       120              790         3    362            6       2         1         1         1         1        –        –       –         –
29     Petroleum and coal products                                    773          8   279        33    021           13       3         3         2         –         3        1        1       –         –
291      Petroleum refining                                           673          7   616        30    076            7       1         1         1         –         2        1        1       –         –
295      Asphalt paving and roofing materials                         100              663         2    945            6       2         2         1         –         1        –        –       –         –
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                     525          3   540        14    872           14       3         3         1         5         1        –        1       –         –
32     Stone, clay, and glass products                                754          5   718        22    178           28       8         4         5         6         3        2        –       –         –
327      Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products                       396          2   396         9    001           22       6         4         5         5         2        –        –       –         –
3273        Ready mixed concrete                                      219          1   514         5    514           15       4         3         4         4         –        –        –       –         –
34     Fabricated metal products                                      425          2   659        11    723           39      18         6         8         6         1        –        –       –         –
344      Fabricated structural metal products                         194          1   276         5    658           18       9         3         3         2         1        –        –       –         –
3441        Fabricated structural metal                               110              795         3    366            5       1         1         1         1         1        –        –       –         –
349      Misc. fabricated metal products                              110              886         3    387            9       3         2         2         2         –        –        –       –         –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                             762          4   711        19    366           74      27        20        17         8         2        –        –       –         –
353      Construction and related machinery                           194          1   379         5    511           13       2         5         1         5         –        –        –       –         –
3533        Oil and gas field machinery                               135          1   068         4    008            9       1         4         1         3         –        –        –       –         –
356      General industrial machinery                                 142              779         3    449           10       4         3         1         1         1        –        –       –         –
359      Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                                 271          1   763         7    210           32      13         7        11         –         1        –        –       –         –
37     Transportation equipment                                       212          2   272         8    073           10       3         3         3         –         –        1        –       –         –
38     Instruments and related products                               292          1   868         7    652            5       1         –         2         1         –        1        –       –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                   207          1   634         5    459            7       2         2         –         1         2        –        –       –         –
           Transportation and public utilities                      8 420         61   630       263    183          524     224       113        81        69        25       10        2       –         –
41     Local and interurban passenger transit                         583          2   566        11    950           37       6        15         7         6         3        –        –       –         –
411      Local and suburban transportation                            415          2   021         9    482           30       5        14         6         3         2        –        –       –         –
4119       Local passenger transportation, n.e.c.                     317          1   695         8    246           27       5        13         6         2         1        –        –       –         –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                     3 424         19   060        87    315          266     127        53        39        34        10        2        1       –         –
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                  2 866         16   838        75    418          245     114        51        38        30        10        2        –       –         –
422      Public warehousing and storage                               556          2   217        11    869           20      12         2         1         4         –        –        1       –         –
4225       General warehousing and storage                            440          1   509         8    763           11       9         –         –         1         –        –        1       –         –
45     Transportation by air                                          490          2 256          10 435              29      12          5        8         1         1        2        –       –         –
451      Air transportation, scheduled                                140            818           3 544              14       6          2        5         –         1        –        –       –         –
458      Airports, flying fields, and services                        326          1 301           6 344              12       5          2        2         1         –        2        –       –         –
46     Pipelines, except natural gas                                  149          2 043              7 672            5        1         –        1         2         1        –        –       –         –
461      Pipelines, except natural gas                                149          2 043              7 672            5        1         –        1         2         1        –        –       –         –
47     Transportation services                                         (C)              (D)              (D)          41      24        11         5         1         –        –        –       –         –
472      Passenger transportation arrangement                         137              493            2 133           31      19         9         3         –         –        –        –       –         –
4724       Travel agencies                                            129              475            2 057           27      15         9         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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     CALIFORNIA 57

Table 2.          Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1994 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                                                                               1,000
code
                                                                including                                     establish      1 to      5 to     10 to     20 to    50 to   100 to   250 to   500 to       or
                                                                March 12     First quarter        Annual         ments          4         9       19        49       99      249      499      999     more

        KERN Con.
            Transportation and public utilities      Con.
48      Communication                                               1 714         12   758        50   336           71       22        15        12        13         5        4        –       –         –
481       Telephone communication                                     804          7   858        30   132           35       13         8         7         3         1        3        –       –         –
4813        Telephone communications, exc. radio                      782          7   660        29   223           31       11         7         6         3         1        3        –       –         –
483       Radio and television broadcasting                           570          3   110        12   916           26        6         4         4         9         3        –        –       –         –
484       Cable and other pay TV services                             339          1   776         7   213            8        1