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									County Business Patterns
         1993
               Michigan
                  CBP-93-24




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




                   Issued August 1995




      U.S. Department of Commerce
         Ronald H. Brown, Secretary
     David J. Barram, Deputy Secretary
Economics and Statistics Administration
    Everett M. Ehrlich, Under Secretary
                   for Economic Affairs
             BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
        Martha Farnsworth Riche, Director
      ECONOMICS
   AND STATISTICS
  ADMINISTRATION

Economics and Statistics                                     BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
 Administration                                              Martha Farnsworth Riche, Director
Everett M. Ehrlich, Under Secretary                          Harry A. Scarr, Deputy Director
 for Economic Affairs
                                                             Paula J. Schneider, Principal Associate
                                                              Director for Programs
                                                             Frederick T. Knickerbocker, Associate
                                                              Director for Economic Programs
                                                             Thomas L. Mesenbourg, Assistant Director
                                                              for Economic Programs

                                                             ECONOMIC PLANNING AND COORDINATION
                                                              DIVISION
                                                             John P. Govoni, Chief




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Contents


                                                                                                                                                                                                        Page

     General Explanation

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


     Tables

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


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




General Explanation


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

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


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

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


Payroll                                                           Geography Classification

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


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

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

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

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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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

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

                                                                                            1993                                                                     1992

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

                Total                                             218 771         3 450 693        21 075 856       92 520 045            215 567        3 336 817          20 280 485      87 332 181

           Agricultural services, forestry, and
            fishing                                                  3 387           16 530            51 896              318 959          3 278            16 810            51 738              300 539
07     Agricultural services                                         3 289           16 011            49 351              307 899          3 182            16 077            48 390              288 878
08     Forestry                                                         70              312             1 677                7 557             69               572             2 314                7 733
09     Fishing, hunting, and trapping                                   27               (C)               (D)                  (D)            26                (C)               (D)                  (D)
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                      1               (A)               (D)                  (D)             1                (A)               (D)                  (D)

           Mining                                                        506          8 540            69 060              307 749              501           8 675            69 963              298 501
10     Metal mining                                                       19             (H)               (D)                  (D)              17              (H)               (D)                  (D)
12     Coal mining                                                         2             (B)               (D)                  (D)               2              (B)               (D)                  (D)
13     Oil and gas extraction                                            302          3 354            24 784              113 841              300           3 295            23 907              104 451
14     Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels                                173          1 962            11 179               72 694              169           1 990            12 163               70 196
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                       10             (C)               (D)                  (D)              13              (E)               (D)                  (D)

           Construction                                             21 268          128 660           742 677         3 991 727            21 034           125 107           731 432        3 726 800
15     General contractors and operative builders                    6 598           31 425           168   309         863    714          6 569            30 907           173 694          854 674
16     Heavy construction, except building                             994           11 462            71   001         523    178            946                 (J)              (D)              (D)
17     Special trade contractors                                    13 668           85 630           499   669       2 588    904         13 511            83 833           487 671        2 379 316
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                      8              143             3   698          15    931              8                (B)               (D)              (D)

           Manufacturing                                            16 402          906 672         8 363 367       35 236 160             16 554           876 724          7 836 985      33 117 166
20     Food and kindred products                                       563           38   480         258   115       1 129    485            558            37   393         252    876     1 110     617
22     Textile mill products                                            52            1   555          12   930          54    632             45             1   271           9    618        44     504
23     Apparel and other textile products                              267           16   932         118   510         572    489            306            16   081         111    629       517     358
24     Lumber and wood products                                      1 088           15   471          74   112         350    308          1 083            13   832          67    906       317     374
25     Furniture and fixtures                                          401           31   030         256   052         989    883            382            30   139         246    964       963     838

26     Paper and allied products                                       243           20   663         180   030         738 304               239            20   123         174    135       708 710
27     Printing and publishing                                       2 064           48   205         309   226       1 309 558             2 143            46   703         306    778     1 277 615
28     Chemicals and allied products                                   412           31   055         298   007       1 253 322               401            31   876         302    171     1 242 448
29     Petroleum and coal products                                      73            1   992          18   828          88 356                71             1   782          15    998        73 581
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                      938           57   914         333   463       1 490 392               892            51   608         287    082     1 294 682

31     Leather and leather products                                     29            2   577          14   568          62 171                30             2   827          15    221        77 549
32     Stone, clay, and glass products                                 574           15   464         113   036         530 895               581            15   106         108    906       500 638
33     Primary metal industries                                        483           41   066         372   936       1 549 042               497            40   951         348    298     1 448 678
34     Fabricated metal products                                     2 434          111   371         868   195       3 866 898             2 463           108   569         827    655     3 665 388
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            4 200          115   495       1 025   661       4 554 944             4 267           113   861         995    944     4 299 101

36     Electronic and other electronic equipment                         449         21   956         140   027         640    596              474          21   458          140   530       598     933
37     Transportation equipment                                          712        191   669       2 208   614       9 042    306              734         202   692        2 175   587     9 324     600
38     Instruments and related products                                  366         20   551         175   910         740    921              360          15   767          121   643       514     722
39     Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                            538          7   669          44   748         212    946              530           7   890           46   998       211     529
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                      516        115   557       1 540   399       6 058    712              498          96   795        1 281   046     4 925     301

           Transportation and public utilities                       7 368          150 997         1 249 261         5 238 612             7 300           149 540          1 243 635       5 048 427
41     Local and interurban passenger transit                          325            6   279          20   729          93    955            341             5   953          19    532        85     102
42     Trucking and warehousing                                      3 167           46   251         298   549       1 355    000          3 089            46   825         300    925     1 360     802
44     Water transportation                                            252            1   242           6   414          46    740            241             1   272           6    590        42     052
45     Transportation by air                                           326           17   110         149   800         567    994            312            17   494         155    804       580     770
46     Pipelines, except natural gas                                    10                201           2   213           9    290             10                 216           2    189         9     525

47     Transportation services                                       1 288            9   977          50   898         242 730             1 316            10   002          50    369       234 307
48     Communication                                                 1 295           35   358         333   401       1 285 903             1 265            34   545         322    493     1 194 216
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                            646           32   935         371   088       1 568 126               669            31   887         372    647     1 490 397
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                     59            1   644          16   169          68 874                57             1   346          13    086        51 256

           Wholesale trade                                          15 527          199 793         1 552 681         6 857 762            15 480           193 904          1 489 254       6 414 948
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                              10 549          115 756           938 501         4 209 268            10 599           117 123           929 653        4 033 510
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                            4 787           71 241           476 312         2 126 236             4 703            66 203           452 743        1 970 323
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                    191           12 796           137 868           522 258               178            10 578           106 858          411 115

           Retail trade                                             54 869          751 944         2 135 624         9 650 376            55 565           744 486          2 160 125       9 311 578
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        2   895         29   295         116   593         552    291          2   899          27   635         113    571       532 865
53     General merchandise stores                                    1   183        102   741         264   853       1 188    000          1   170          96   970         264    573     1 095 690
54     Food stores                                                   7   055         98   498         262   632       1 151    744          7   448         103   601         287    332     1 203 792
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       7   135         73   687         354   801       1 734    444          7   394          75   950         359    406     1 645 981
56     Apparel and accessory stores                                  4   900         44   105         103   559         452    416          5   046          43   468         104    591       445 893

57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          3 561           26   981         107   489         476 897             3 612            28   203         119    830       506 587
58     Eating and drinking places                                   15 823          262   013         457   257       2 041 534            15 443           253   374         439    045     1 896 693
59     Miscellaneous retail                                         11 833           85   143         260   559       1 143 295            12 086            87   577         270    565     1 157 186
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                    484           29   481         207   881         909 755               467            27   708         201    212       826 891

           Finance, insurance, and real estate                      17 328          203 010         1 358 902         5 863 037            17 044           198 378          1 360 764       5 580 645
60     Depository institutions                                       3 918           69   852         388   654       1 653    033          3 802            71   158         422    001     1 681     205
61     Nondepository institutions                                      709           14   183         120   205         535    176            799            14   178         119    739       508     031
62     Security and commodity brokers                                  766            6   385          95   253         411    813            721             5   693          87    937       344     831
63     Insurance carriers                                            1 407           49   989         395   660       1 630    728          1 659            46   007         373    855     1 494     513
64     Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        3 894           20   967         138   618         620    527          3 691            19   621         134    841       580     413

65     Real estate                                                   5 972           33 436           144 801              673 173          5 697            33 949           146 221              654 339
67     Holding and other investment offices                            638            5 085            49 039              219 595            655             5 514            51 596              210 926
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                     24            3 113            26 672              118 992             20             2 258            24 574              106 387

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




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2      MICHIGAN                                                                                                                                  COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

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

                                                                                            1993                                                                     1992

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

           Services                                                 76 751        1 077 466         5 535 788       24 942 423             75 672        1 019 328          5 325 656      23 457 558
70     Hotels and other lodging places                               1   688         32   279          81   390         358   760           1   768          32   218         79    913       355   244
72     Personal services                                             6   826         45   483         122   816         539   651           6   808          44   225        120    348       513   986
73     Business services                                             9   669        197   272         945   872       4 168   514           9   428         171   182        831    121     3 648   157
75     Auto repair, services, and parking                            6   416         34   430         144   215         650   361           6   141          32   734        142    300       604   772
76     Miscellaneous repair services                                 2   492         15   869          87   557         403   152           2   377          14   158         79    293       347   999

78     Motion pictures                                               1   246         12   101          36   125        153 515              1   187          10   411          31   653       131 800
79     Amusement and recreation services                             2   956         36   426         104   837        585 923              2   914          32   639         102   230       531 406
80     Health services                                              16   697        375   007       2 267   587     10 372 952             16   703         356   311       2 208   221     9 839 889
81     Legal services                                                4   810         26   822         231   627      1 161 470              4   712          26   931         238   800     1 151 585
82     Educational services                                          1   221         42   235         167   520        694 561              1   211          44   415         168   267       679 751

83     Social services                                               5 735           74   211         226   708         976   924           5 543            72   537        222    640       933   874
84     Museums, botanical, zoological gardens                           76            1   789           5   275          24   948              86             1   812          5    734        24   353
86     Membership organizations                                      8 523           73   383         217   015         897   740           8 513            71   818        206    433       845   653
87     Engineering and management services                           7 582           87   931         681   990       3 068   045           7 471            88   713        696    960     3 076   597
89     Services, n.e.c.                                                439            4   889          33   187         148   976             438             2   420         17    341        80   141
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                    375           17   339         182   067         736   931             372            16   804        174    402       692   351

           Unclassified establishments                               5 365            7 081            16 600              113 240          3 139             3 865           10 933              76 019

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




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COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                          MICHIGAN 3

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

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

                Total                                       3 450 693      21 075 856     92 520 045     218 771      113 026    46 765    29 502   18 474     6 210      3 414    828    322       230
           Agricultural services, forestry, and
            fishing                                             16 530        51 896         318 959        3 387       2 336       588       317       127          15      2      2        –        –
07     Agricultural services                                    16 011        49 351         307 899        3 289       2 263       577       312       118          15      2      2        –        –
071      Soil preparation services                                   31          104             771           12           9         3         –         –           –      –      –        –        –
072      Crop services                                             438         1 319           6 960           51          38         4         3         5           –      1      –        –        –
074      Veterinary services                                     4 742        16 673          83 330          696         300       227       139        30           –      –      –        –        –
075      Animal services, except veterinary                      1 098         3 104          15 871          254         188        49        11         4           2      –      –        –        –
076      Farm labor and management services                          25            80            398            6           4         1         1         –           –      –      –        –        –
0761        Farm labor contractors                                  (A)           (D)             (D)           1           1         –         –         –           –      –      –        –        –
0762        Farm management services                                (B)           (D)             (D)           4           2         1         1         –           –      –      –        –        –
078      Landscape and horticultural services                    9 245        26 731         192 382        2 163       1 645       274       152        76          13      1      2        –        –
08     Forestry                                                    312         1 677           7 557           70          52         9         4         5           –      –      –        –        –
09     Fishing, hunting, and trapping                               (C)           (D)             (D)          27          20         2         1         4           –      –      –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                 (A)           (D)             (D)           1           1         –         –         –           –      –      –        –        –
           Mining                                                8 540        69 060         307 749           506       263        107        63        49          12      9       –      2         1
10     Metal mining                                                 (H)           (D)             (D)           19        11          1         3         1           –      –       –      2         1
101      Iron ores                                                 (G)            (D)             (D)            6         2          1         –         1           –      –       –      1         1
102      Copper ores                                                (F)           (D)             (D)            3         2          –         –         –           –      –       –      1         –
104      Gold and silver ores                                       (A)           (D)             (D)            1         1          –         –         –           –      –       –      –         –
1041        Gold ores                                               (A)           (D)             (D)            1         1          –         –         –           –      –       –      –         –
108      Metal mining services                                      (B)           (D)             (D)            6         4          –         2         –           –      –       –      –         –
109      Miscellaneous metal ores                                   (A)           (D)             (D)            1         –          –         1         –           –      –       –      –         –
1099        Metal ores, n.e.c.                                      (A)           (D)             (D)            1         –          –         1         –           –      –       –      –         –
12     Coal mining                                                  (B)           (D)             (D)            2         1          –         –         1           –      –       –      –         –
122      Bituminous coal and lignite mining                         (B)           (D)             (D)            1         –          –         –         1           –      –       –      –         –
1221        Bituminous coal and lignite surface                     (B)           (D)             (D)            1         –          –         –         1           –      –       –      –         –
124      Coal mining services                                       (A)           (D)             (D)            1         1          –         –         –           –      –       –      –         –
13     Oil and gas extraction                                    3 354        24 784         113 841           302       166         62        32        28           8      6       –      –         –
131      Crude petroleum and natural gas                         1 203        10 129          46 069           127        67         29        11        17           2      1       –      –         –
132      Natural gas liquids                                         76          778           2 970             7         –          5         1         1           –      –       –      –         –
138      Oil and gas field services                              2 070        13 867          64 301           163        94         28        20        10           6      5       –      –         –
1381        Drilling oil and gas wells                             455         2 849          12 842            37        28          4         –         2           1      2       –      –         –
1382        Oil and gas exploration services                       111           562           2 572            28        20          5         2         1           –      –       –      –         –
1389        Oil and gas field services, n.e.c.                   1 228         8 841          38 833            74        36         16         9         6           4      3       –      –         –
14     Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels                        1 962        11 179          72  694          173        83          39       27        18          3       3       –       –        –
142      Crushed and broken stone                                  676         3 915          25  079           24         6           8        2         5          –       3       –       –        –
1422       Crushed and broken limestone                            623         3 663          23  214           16         4           3        1         5          –       3       –       –        –
1429       Crushed and broken stone, n.e.c.                          53          252           1  865            8         2           5        1         –          –       –       –       –        –
144      Sand and gravel                                         1 031         5 884          41  039          131        66          30       24        10          1       –       –       –        –
1442       Construction sand and gravel                            909         5 084          37  433          124        64          29       23         7          1       –       –       –        –
1446       Industrial sand                                         122           800           3  601            6         1           1        1         3          –       –       –       –        –
145      Clay, ceramic, and refractory minerals                     (A)           (D)              (D)           1         1           –        –         –          –       –       –       –        –
1459       Clay and related minerals, n.e.c.                        (A)           (D)              (D)           1         1           –        –         –          –       –       –       –        –
148      Nonmetallic minerals services                              (A)           (D)              (D)           1         1           –        –         –          –       –       –       –        –
149      Miscellaneous nonmetallic minerals                        238         1 303            5 212            8         1           1        1         3          2       –       –       –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                 (C)           (D)              (D)          10         2           5        1         1          1       –       –       –        –
           Construction                                        128 660       742   677     3 991   727     21 268      14 191     3 857     2 023       891      226        71      9        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders               31 425       168   309       863   714      6 598       4 790     1 092       485       173       45        10      3        –        –
151     General building contractors                            22 137       129   821       643   464      3 654       2 498       631       336       136       40        10      3        –        –
153     Operative builders                                       1 730        10   593        58   506        350         236        71        27        13        3         –      –        –        –
16     Heavy construction, except building                      11 462        71 001         523 178           994       506        199       140       104          31     13      1        –        –
161     Highway and street construction                          3 164        19 015         189 244           287       141         64        39        29          10      4      –        –        –
162     Heavy construction, except highway                       8 082        50 884         325 611           644       319        122        97        75          21      9      1        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                85   630     499   669     2 588   904     13 668       8 891     2 565     1 397       613      149        48      5        –        –
171      Plumbing, heating, air-conditioning                    18   812     126   507       625   563      2 596       1 523       564       338       125       36         8      2        –        –
172      Painting and paper hanging                              4   000      18   250       103   615        981         728       157        60        29        7         –      –        –        –
173      Electrical work                                        15   522     116   575       545   277      1 875       1 115       393       224       102       23        16      2        –        –
174      Masonry, stonework, and plastering                      8   766      44   681       233   894      1 480         999       249       143        70       13         6      –        –        –
1741       Masonry and other stonework                           4   303      18   803       113   219        819         566       135        80        30        7         1      –        –        –
1742       Plastering, drywall, and insulation                   3   934      22   837       106   212        512         319        91        54        37        6         5      –        –        –
1743       Terrazzo, tile, marble, mosaic work                       472       2   884        13   612        118          85        21         9         3        –         –      –        –        –
175      Carpentry and floor work                                7   499      35   935       174   040      1 584       1 120       276       125        54        7         1      1        –        –
1751       Carpentry work                                        6   197      28   893       142   415      1 286         882       250       104        44        5         –      1        –        –
1752       Floor laying and floor work, n.e.c.                   1   265       6   954        31   031        266         207        25        21        10        2         1      –        –        –
176      Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                   5   555      29   196       163   262        813         500       154        94        50       13         2      –        –        –
177      Concrete work                                           5   678      22   049       172   885      1 008         690       162        88        54       11         3      –        –        –
178      Water well drilling                                         918       4   116        21   287        220         147        54        16         2        1         –      –        –        –
179      Misc. special trade contractors                        14   788      87   825       457   545      2 016       1 253       386       222       111       32        12      –        –        –
1791       Structural steel erection                             1   844      14   436        63   361        124          46        24        31        15        5         3      –        –        –
1793       Glass and glazing work                                    960       5   783        26   108        142          70        48        15         8        1         –      –        –        –
1794       Excavation work                                       3   237      15   756       104   239        773         555       139        60        17        1         1      –        –        –
1795       Wrecking and demolition work                              497       3   175        20   073         49          25        10         6         6        2         –      –        –        –
1796       Installing building equipment, n.e.c.                 2   417      21   132       103   572        128          46        26        27        17        7         5      –        –        –
1799       Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                     5   717      27   231       138   302        745         463       134        82        47       16         3      –        –        –

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




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4      MICHIGAN                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

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

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

           Construction Con.
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                  143        3 698         15 931               8        4          1        1         1          1        –     –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                       906 672      8 363 367      35 236 160        16 402     4 945     2 861     2 828    2 871     1 327      1 026   323     106       115
20     Food and kindred products                                38   480     258    115     1 129   485          563     137          87       93        96          57     56     23      11         3
201      Meat products                                           8   020      47    231       201   865           95      26          13       15        20           7      6      3       4         1
2011       Meat packing plants                                   2   303      10    630        46   453           42      14           6        9         7           3      1      –       2         –
2013       Sausages and other prepared meats                     3   524      21    891        93   370           42       6           5        6        13           4      3      3       2         –
2015       Poultry slaughtering and processing                   2   193      14    710        61   991            9       4           2        –         –           –      2      –       –         1
202      Dairy products                                          4   916      34    281       145   715           56       4           5        8        12          12     10      4       1         –
2022       Cheese, natural and processed                             361       2    224         9   784            9       2           1        1         2           2      1      –       –         –
2023       Dry, condensed, evaporated products                   1   522      12    701        51   113            9       –           1        –         4           1      1      1       1         –
2024       Ice cream and frozen desserts                             476       2    314        12   096           13       1           2        4         1           4      1      –       –         –
2026       Fluid milk                                            2   557      17    042        71   101           24       –           1        3         5           5      7      3       –         –
203      Preserved fruits and vegetables                         5   239      26    765       145   626           84      12          11       13        16          15     14      2       1         –
2032       Canned specialties                                    1   083       6    735        31   684           11       3           2        1         2           –      2      –       1         –
2033       Canned fruits and vegetables                          1   945       8    598        49   372           27       –           3        4         4          10      5      1       –         –
2034       Dehydrated fruits, vegetables, soups                       (B)            (D)             (D)           2       1           –        –         –           1      –      –       –         –
2035       Pickles, sauces, and salad dressings                      985        5   847       34    512           20       4           5        3         3           1      3      1       –         –
2037       Frozen fruits and vegetables                              740        3   121       16    221           13       2           –        2         3           3      3      –       –         –
2038       Frozen specialties, n.e.c.                                 (E)            (D)             (D)          10       1           1        3         4           –      1      –       –         –
204      Grain mill products                                     5   429      61    692      243    213           57      12          16        8        11           2      3      3       –         2
2041       Flour and other grain mill products                       704       6    235       24    310           10       1           2        –         4           1      1      1       –         –
2043       Cereal breakfast foods                                3   776      48    615      194    890            3       –           –        –         –           –      –      1       –         2
2044       Rice milling                                               (B)            (D)             (D)           1       –           –        –         1           –      –      –       –         –
2045       Prepared flour mixes and doughs                           467        3   919       11    679            9       1           3        1         2           –      1      1       –         –
2047       Dog and cat food                                           (C)            (D)             (D)           6       2           1        2         –           –      1      –       –         –
2048       Prepared feeds, n.e.c.                                    301       1    965        8    142           27       7          10        5         4           1      –      –       –         –
205      Bakery products                                         6   827      39    142      174    638           86      27           7       13        16           6      8      6       3         –
2051       Bread, cake, and related products                     3   863      19    814       89    050           68      21           7       12        12           4      8      3       1         –
2052       Cookies and crackers                                  1   439      10    232       43    970            8       3           –        1         2           –      –      1       1         –
2053       Frozen bakery products, except bread                  1   523       9    094       41    576            7       –           –        –         2           2      –      2       1         –
206      Sugar and confectionery products                        2   164      12    686       64    864           29       6           7        3         3           4      5      –       1         –
2063       Beet sugar                                                 (F)            (D)             (D)           5       –           –        –         –           2      3      –       –         –
2064       Candy and other confectionery products                1   343        6   114       35    418           15       5           2        2         3           1      1      –       1         –
2066       Chocolate and cocoa products                               (B)            (D)             (D)           4       –           4        –         –           –      –      –       –         –
2067       Chewing gum                                                (C)            (D)             (D)           1       –           –        –         –           –      1      –       –         –
2068       Salted and roasted nuts and seeds                           93           611        2    532            4       1           1        1         –           1      –      –       –         –
207      Fats and Oils                                               390        2   953       12    115            5       1           –        –         1           1      2      –       –         –
2077       Animal and marine fats and oils                            (C)            (D)             (D)           3       –           –        –         1           1      1      –       –         –
2079       Edible fats and oils, n.e.c.                               (C)            (D)             (D)           2       1           –        –         –           –      1      –       –         –
208      Beverages                                               2   844      19    271       84    893           47      14           8       10         5           3      2      4       1         –
2082       Malt beverages                                             (B)            (D)             (D)           3       –           1        1         1           –      –      –       –         –
2084       Wines, brandy, and brandy spirits                           42           118             750            6       3           1        2         –           –      –      –       –         –
2085       Distilled and blended liquors                              (E)            (D)             (D)           1       –           –        –         –           –      –      1       –         –
2086       Bottled and canned soft drinks                        2   356      16    505       69    149           28       6           4        6         3           3      2      3       1         –
2087       Flavoring extracts and syrups, n.e.c.                      (B)            (D)             (D)           8       5           1        1         1           –      –      –       –         –
209      Misc. food and kindred products                         2   644      14    062       56    232           97      29          19       23        12           7      6      1       –         –
2091       Canned and cured fish and seafoods                         (B)            (D)             (D)           3       1           –        2         –           –      –      –       –         –
2092       Fresh or frozen prepared fish                               32             95            621            6       3           1        2         –           –      –      –       –         –
2095       Roasted coffee                                             (B)            (D)             (D)           2       –           –        2         –           –      –      –       –         –
2096       Potato chips and similar snacks                           886        5   832       20    548           13       3           2        2         2           1      2      1       –         –
2097       Manufactured ice                                            62           205        1    269           13       6           5        2         –           –      –      –       –         –
2098       Macaroni and spaghetti                                    180        1   031        4    097            5       –           1        3         –           –      1      –       –         –
2099       Food preparations, n.e.c.                             1   421        5   990       27    329           51      13           9       10        10           6      3      –       –         –
22     Textile mill products                                     1 555        12 930          54 632              52      20          11        8         5          5       2      –       1         –
221      Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton                            (A)           (D)             (D)              3       2           –        1         –          –       –      –       –         –
222      Broadwoven fabric mills, manmade                            33          121             546               6       4           1        1         –          –       –      –       –         –
224      Narrow fabric mills                                        (B)           (D)             (D)              2       1           –        1         –          –       –      –       –         –
225      Knitting mills                                              110            418         1 873              7        2          2        2         –          1        –     –        –        –
2252       Hosiery, n.e.c.                                            (A)            (D)           (D)             1        –          –        1         –          –        –     –        –        –
2253       Knit outerwear mills                                       (A)            (D)           (D)             2        1          1        –         –          –        –     –        –        –
2254       Knit underwear mills                                       (A)            (D)           (D)             1        1          –        –         –          –        –     –        –        –
2257       Weft knit fabric mills                                     (A)            (D)           (D)             1        –          1        –         –          –        –     –        –        –
2258       Lace and warp knit fabric mills                            (A)            (D)           (D)             1        –          –        1         –          –        –     –        –        –
2259       Knitting mills, n.e.c.                                     (B)            (D)           (D)             1        –          –        –         –          1        –     –        –        –
226      Textile finishing, except wool                              142            594         2 746             10        3          3        1         2          1        –     –        –        –
2261       Finishing plants, cotton                                    51           240         1 246              6        2          2        1         1          –        –     –        –        –
2262       Finishing plants, manmade                                  (B)            (D)           (D)             2        –          1        –         1          –        –     –        –        –
2269       Finishing plants, n.e.c.                                   (B)            (D)           (D)             1        –          –        –         –          1        –     –        –        –
227      Carpets and rugs                                            (C)            (D)             (D)            5        2          1         –        –          2        –     –        –        –
229      Miscellaneous textile goods                             1 064        11 008          45 395              17        5          3        2         3          1       2      –       1         –
2295       Coated fabrics, not rubberized                           (F)           (D)             (D)              4        1          1        1         –          –       –      –       1         –
2297       Nonwoven fabrics                                         (E)           (D)             (D)              3        1          –        –         –          –       2      –       –         –
2298       Cordage and twine                                       123           451           2 252               5        2          –        –         2          1       –      –       –         –
2299       Textile goods, n.e.c.                                     69          308           1 267               5        1          2        1         1          –       –      –       –         –

23     Apparel and other textile products                       16 932       118 510         572 489             267     126          53       24        29          9      15      4       1         6
232      Men’s and boys’ furnishings                                 496        1 606           7 049             17        6          1        3         5           –      2      –        –        –
2321      Men’s and boys’ shirts                                      (B)          (D)             (D)             3        1          –        1         1           –      –      –        –        –
2325      Men’s and boys’ trousers and slacks                         (C)          (D)             (D)             1        –          –        –         –           –      1      –        –        –
2326      Men’s and boys’ work clothing                               (A)          (D)             (D)             4        3          1        –         –           –      –      –        –        –
2329      Men’s and boys’ clothing, n.e.c.                           277          697           2 930              9        2          –        2         4           –      1      –        –        –
233      Women’s and misses’ outerwear                               376        1 114           4 822             29      13           7        2         6          1        –     –        –        –
2331      Women’s and misses’ blouses and shirts                     113          388           1 935              4       –           –        1         3          –        –     –        –        –
2335      Women’s, junior’s, and misses’ dresses                     224          588           2 244             15       6           5        –         3          1        –     –        –        –
2337      Women’s and misses’ suits and coats                         (A)          (D)             (D)             1       1           –        –         –          –        –     –        –        –
2339      Women’s and misses’ outerwear, n.e.c.                       (B)          (D)             (D)             8       5           2        1         –          –        –     –        –        –

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




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COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                        MICHIGAN 5

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

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

           Manufacturing Con.
23     Apparel and other textile products Con.
234      Women’s and children’s undergarments                        39          130               684            5        1           3        1         –          –      –       –       –         –
2341       Women’s and children’s underwear                         (B)           (D)               (D)           4        1           3        –         –          –      –       –       –         –
2342       Bras, girdles, and allied garments                       (A)           (D)               (D)           1        –           –        1         –          –      –       –       –         –
235      Hats, caps, and millinery                                  (A)           (D)               (D)           2        2           –        –         –          –      –       –       –         –
236      Girls’ and children’s outerwear                           (G)            (D)               (D)           3        –           1        –         –          –      1       –       –         1
2361       Girls’ and children’s dresses, blouses                   (A)           (D)               (D)           1        –           1        –         –          –      –       –       –         –
2369       Girls’ and children’s outerwear, n.e.c.                 (G)            (D)               (D)           2        –           –        –         –          –      1       –       –         1
238      Miscellaneous apparel and accessories                      (C)           (D)               (D)           6        3           –        –         1          2      –       –       –         –
2381       Fabric dress and work gloves                             (A)           (D)               (D)           1        1           –        –         –          –      –       –       –         –
2384       Robes and dressing gowns                                 (B)           (D)               (D)           1        –           –        –         –          1      –       –       –         –
2386       Leather and sheep-lined clothing                         (C)           (D)               (D)           2        –           –        –         1          1      –       –       –         –
2389       Apparel and accessories, n.e.c.                          (A)           (D)               (D)           2        2           –        –         –          –      –       –       –         –
239      Misc. fabricated textile products                      14 513       111 278         537   746          197       93          41       18        17          6     12       4       1         5
2391       Curtains and draperies                                    83          248           1   108           14        6           5        3         –          –      –       –       –         –
2392       Housefurnishings, n.e.c.                                111           376           1   767            6        2           2        1         –          1      –       –       –         –
2393       Textile bags                                            313         1 036           4   768            6        –           1        1         2          –      2       –       –         –
2394       Canvas and related products                             497         1 845          10   004           51       25          11        7         7          –      1       –       –         –
2395       Pleating and stitching                                    63          280           1   540            9        6           1        1         1          –      –       –       –         –
2396       Automotive and apparel trimmings                     12 449       101 456         492 719             79       37          14        2         4          4     9        4       –         5
2397       Schiffli machine embroideries                            (A)           (D)             (D)             1        1           –        –         –          –     –        –       –         –
2399       Fabricated textile products, n.e.c.                     986         6 022          25 689             27       12           7        3         3          1     –        –       1         –
24     Lumber and wood products                                 15 471        74    112      350   308       1 088       516        206       179       124          36    25       2        –        –
241      Logging                                                 1 703         6    588       27   717         354       237         74        30        12           –     1       –        –        –
242      Sawmills and planing mills                              3 270        13    784       64   749         245       109         49        40        34           9     4       –        –        –
2421       Sawmills and planing mills, general                   2 532        10    611       50   954         222       106         46        36        26           6     2       –        –        –
2426       Hardwood dimension and flooring mills                   738         3    173       13   788          22         2          3         4         8           3     2       –        –        –
243      Millwork, plywood and structural members                5 062        25    467      120   053         209        72         37        44        28          15    13       –        –        –
2431       Millwork                                              2 081        10    361       48   969         104        39         18        22        15           6     4       –        –        –
2434       Wood kitchen cabinets                                   891         4    383       19   018          62        24         15        16         3           3     1       –        –        –
2435       Hardwood veneer and plywood                             873         4    551       20   223          10         –          2         –         3           –     5       –        –        –
2436       Softwood veneer and plywood                              (E)              (D)            (D)          4         1          1         –         –           1     1       –        –        –
2439       Structural wood members, n.e.c.                         922          4   990       27   589          24         3          1         6         7           5     2       –        –        –
244      Wood containers                                         2 137          7   744       36   766         126        36         18        41        25           4     2       –        –        –
2441       Nailed wood boxes and shook                             385          1   245        5   415          13         2          1         5         3           1     1       –        –        –
2448       Wood pallets and skids                                1 699          6   320       29   918         104        28         16        34        22           3     1       –        –        –
2449       Wood containers, n.e.c.                                   53             179        1   433           9         6          1         2         –           –     –       –        –        –
245      Wood buildings and mobile homes                           879          4   889       32   958          34         9          8         6         5           5     1       –        –        –
2451       Mobile homes                                             (E)              (D)            (D)          4         2          –         –         1           –     1       –        –        –
2452       Prefabricated wood buildings                             (F)              (D)            (D)         30         7          8         6         4           5     –       –        –        –
249      Miscellaneous wood products                             2 345        15    394       65   473          98        35         19        16        19           3     4       2        –        –
2491       Wood preserving                                           87             448        1   900           8         3          2         1         2           –     –       –        –        –
2493       Reconstituted wood products                           1 345        10    531       42   487          17         3          –         3         4           2     3       2        –        –
2499       Wood products, n.e.c.                                   913         4    415       21   086          73        29         17        12        13           1     1       –        –        –

25     Furniture and fixtures                                   31 030       256 052         989 883            401      115          77       44        82          26    37      13       4         3
251      Household furniture                                     4 006        18    590       81   558          106       38          17       12        21          6     8        4        –        –
2511      Wood household furniture                               2 306        11    309       48   396           60       24          10        5        11          2     5        3        –        –
2512      Upholstered household furniture                          422         1    675        7   214           13        7           2        –         2          1     1        –        –        –
2514      Metal household furniture                                790         3    734       15   904            9        1           –        2         2          2     1        1        –        –
2515      Mattresses and bedsprings                                397         1    568        9   006           18        6           3        2         5          1     1        –        –        –
2517      Wood TV and radio cabinets                                (B)              (D)            (D)           2        –           –        1         1          –     –        –        –        –
2519      Household furniture, n.e.c.                               (B)              (D)            (D)           4        –           2        2         –          –     –        –        –        –
252      Office furniture                                       17 919       178 872         662 346             61       13           6        4        11          6     11       5       3         2
2521       Wood office furniture                                 1 467         8 758          37 631             27       11           4        –         5          2      4       –       1         –
2522       Office furniture, except wood                        16 446       170 096         624 546             32        1           1        4         6          4      7       5       2         2
253      Public building and related furniture                   3 517        25 230         107 880             34         3          5        3         7          3     9        3       1         –
254      Partitions and fixtures                                 3 088        18 749          84 217            119       26          31       18        31          7     5        1        –        –
2541       Wood partitions and fixtures                          1 452         9 115          42 305             75       21          23       10        15          2     4        –        –        –
2542       Partitions and fixtures, except wood                  1 636         9 634          41 912             44        5           8        8        16          5     1        1        –        –
259      Miscellaneous furniture and fixtures                    2 480        14 532          53 429             65       21          16        7        12          4     4        –        –        1
2591       Drapery hardware and blinds and shades                1 292         7 591          21 640             16        6           3        1         4          1     –        –        –        1
2599       Furniture and fixtures, n.e.c.                        1 188         6 941          31 789             49       15          13        6         8          3     4        –        –        –

26     Paper and allied products                                20 663       180 030         738 304            243       24          29       29        58          46    37      16       2         2
261      Pulp mills                                                  (F)            (D)            (D)            2         1          –         –        –           –     –       –       1         –
262      Paper mills                                             6 268        70 419         271 877             20         –          –         –        2          5     4        6       1         2
263      Paperboard mills                                        2 609        26 686         107 916             13         –          –         –        2          1     6        4        –        –
265      Paperboard containers and boxes                             (I)             (D)            (D)         105         2         11       13        33          26    18       2        –        –
2652       Setup paperboard boxes                                   (B)              (D)            (D)           4         –          1        1         2           –     –       –        –        –
2653       Corrugated and solid fiber boxes                      4 365        30    179      130   961           73         2          6        9        22          19    15       –        –        –
2655       Fiber cans, drums and similar products                  203         1    640        6   134            9         –          3        –         6           –     –       –        –        –
2656       Sanitary food containers                                327         1    868        8   575            3         –          –        –         –           2     1       –        –        –
2657       Folding paperboard boxes                              1 411        11    006       48   566           16         –          1        3         3           5     2       2        –        –
267      Misc. converted paper products                          4 709        29    731      128   770           97       17          18       16        19          14    9        4        –        –
2671       Paper coated and laminated, packaging                   515         3    041       12   802            6        –           1        1         1           1    1        1        –        –
2672       Paper coated and laminated, n.e.c.                      942         6    621       28   132           12        –           1        3         3           2    2        1        –        –
2673       Bags: plastics, laminated, and coated                   537         4    469       19   051           13        4           2        3         1           2    –        1        –        –
2674       Bags: uncoated paper and multiwall                       (C)              (D)            (D)           1        –           –        –         –           –    1        –        –        –
2675       Die-cut paper and board                                  (E)              (D)            (D)          18        3           5        4         4           2    –        –        –        –

2676       Sanitary paper products                                  725         3   979       18   936            7         3          –        1         –          1     1        1        –        –
2677       Envelopes                                                372         2   305        9   260            9         1          2        2         –          3     1        –        –        –
2678       Stationery products                                      250         1   683        7   519            4         1          1        –         1          –     1        –        –        –
2679       Converted paper products, n.e.c.                         821         5   079       22   338           27         5          6        2         9          3     2        –        –        –

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




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6      MICHIGAN                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

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

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

           Manufacturing Con.
27     Printing and publishing                                  48 205       309 226       1 309 558        2 064        890        446       305       238      105       44      30       3         3
271      Newspapers                                             14 089        91 729         381 133           221        69          28       30        47          17    15      13       1         1
272      Periodicals                                             1 580        11 152          48 590           100        48          19       18        10          2     2        1        –        –
273      Books                                                   4 447        27 605         115 974            71        22          10        9        11          11     –       6       2         –
2731       Book publishing                                       1 501         9 446          41 021            45        21           6        5         6           5     –       1       1         –
2732       Book printing                                         2 946        18 159          74 953            26         1           4        4         5           6     –       5       1         –
274      Miscellaneous publishing                                3 533        27 561         118 253           112        39          23       22        14          11     –       2        –        1
275      Commercial printing                                    18 950       112 180         478   948      1 239        546        321       189       120          35    21       6        –        1
2752       Commercial printing, lithographic                    15 389        90 669         381   527        922        374        255       151        92          28    15       6        –        1
2754       Commercial printing, gravure                            136           983           4   384         13          7          4         1         –           1     –       –        –        –
2759       Commercial printing, n.e.c.                           3 414        20 499          92   678        288        150         61        37        28           6     6       –        –        –
276      Manifold business forms                                 1 501        10 447          44 367            34          5          4        7         4          10    4        –        –        –
277      Greeting cards                                             (B)            (D)             (D)           3          –          1         –        1          1      –       –        –        –
278      Blankbooks and bookbinding                              1 467          8 140         36 399            35          4          7        7         7          8     1        1        –        –
2782       Blankbooks and looseleaf binders                      1 012          6 205         27 492            16          2          1        2         5          4     1        1        –        –
2789       Bookbinding and related work                            455          1 935          8 907            19          2          6        5         2          4     –        –        –        –
279      Printing trade services                                 2 434        19 566          80 589           144        59          27       23        23          10    1        1        –        –
2791       Typesetting                                           1 210         8 380          31 140            89        45          21       12         6           3    1        1        –        –
2796       Platemaking services                                  1 224        11 186          49 449            55        14           6       11        17           7    –        –        –        –

28     Chemicals and allied products                            31 055       298 007       1 253 322           412       121          68       67        72          42    28       5       3         6
281      Industrial inorganic chemicals                             649         6 190         25 415            28        12           5        5         3          2      –       1        –        –
2813       Industrial gases                                         118         1 022          4 254            11         7           –        2         1          1      –       –        –        –
2819       Industrial inorganic chemicals, n.e.c.                   531         5 168         21 161            17         5           5        3         2          1      –       1        –        –
282      Plastics materials and synthetics                       4 448        49 694         201 661            26          9          3        1         3          2     5        –       1         2
2821       Plastics materials and resins                         3 974        44 511         181 875            19          6          2        1         3          1     3        –       1         2
2822       Synthetic rubber                                        474         5 183          19 786             7          3          1        –         –          1     2        –       –         –
283      Drugs                                                   7 917        73 198         300 597            38          6          5        2        12          6     3        1       1         2
2833       Medicinals and botanicals                                (E)           (D)             (D)            4          1          1        –         –          1     1        –       –         –
2834       Pharmaceutical preparations                           6 887        64 732         265 344            19          2          2        1         5          4     2        –       1         2
2835       Diagnostic substances                                    (E)           (D)             (D)            5          1          2        1         –          –     –        1       –         –
2836       Biological products except diagnostic                    (E)           (D)             (D)            9          1          –        –         7          1     –        –       –         –
284      Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods                        5 879        53 950         233   251          84        36          16       15        10          4     1        1        –        1
2841       Soap and other detergents                             5 120        50 290         214   950          41        16           8       10         2          3     1        –        –        1
2842       Polishes and sanitation goods                           281         1 943           9   126          23         8           5        4         6          –     –        –        –        –
2843       Surface active agents                                    31           234           1   254           3         1           1        –         1          –     –        –        –        –
2844       Toilet preparations                                     444         1 478           7   823          14         8           2        1         1          1     –        1        –        –
285      Paints and allied products                              2 956        27 357         114 674            72        17          15       15        11          8     4        1       1         –
286      Industrial organic chemicals                            5 176        52 043         217 993            23          2          2        3         2          6     7        –        –        1
2865       Cyclic crudes and intermediates                         859         7 791          33 394             8          –          1        –         1          3     3        –        –        –
2869       Industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c.                  4 317        44 252         184 599            15          2          1        3         1          3     4        –        –        1
287      Agricultural chemicals                                     356         2 342         10   285          19          3          4        3         8          1      –       –        –        –
2873       Nitrogenous fertilizers                                  101           609          2   541           3          –          –        –         3          –      –       –        –        –
2875       Fertilizers, mixing only                                 170         1 066          4   874          10          –          3        2         5          –      –       –        –        –
2879       Agricultural chemicals, n.e.c.                            85           667          2   870           6          3          1        1         –          1      –       –        –        –
289      Miscellaneous chemical products                         3 670        33 212         149 027           111        25          18       23        23          13    8        1        –        –
2891       Adhesives and sealants                                1 379        13 553          61 297            38         9           8        5         6           7    3        –        –        –
2892       Explosives                                               (B)           (D)             (D)            3         –           2        –         1           –    –        –        –        –
2893       Printing ink                                            191         1 502           6 382            11         1           1        5         4           –    –        –        –        –
2895       Carbon black                                             (A)           (D)             (D)            1         –           –        1         –           –    –        –        –        –
2899       Chemical preparations, n.e.c.                         2 049        17 811          79 343            58        15           7       12        12           6    5        1        –        –

29     Petroleum and coal products                               1 992        18 828          88 356            73        31          10       14        10          2     5        1        –        –
291      Petroleum refining                                          (F)           (D)             (D)           6          3          –         –        1           –     1       1        –        –
295      Asphalt paving and roofing materials                        (C)           (D)             (D)          34        21           7        3         3           –     –       –        –        –
2951       Asphalt paving mixtures and blocks                       144         1 297           9 843           31        21           7        2         1           –     –       –        –        –
2952       Asphalt felts and coatings                                (B)           (D)             (D)           3         –           –        1         2           –     –       –        –        –
299      Misc. petroleum and coal products                       1 182        10 403          47 625            32          6          3       11         6          2     4        –        –        –
2992       Lubricating oils and greases                             (F)           (D)             (D)           31          6          3       11         6          2     3        –        –        –
2999       Petroleum and coal products, n.e.c.                      (C)           (D)             (D)            1          –          –        –         –          –     1        –        –        –

30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products               57 914       333 463       1 490 392           938       193          97      137       193      151      118      42       5         2
301      Tires and inner tubes                                        8             24              86           3          3          –         –        –           –     –       –        –        –
305      Hose and belting and gaskets and packing                2 176        13 574          57 784            36          4          4        1        15          9      –       3        –        –
3052      Rubber and plastics hose and belting                     884         6 069          25 517             7          1          2        –         –          2      –       2        –        –
3053      Gaskets, packing, and sealing devices                  1 292         7 505          32 267            29          3          2        1        15          7      –       1        –        –
306      Fabricated rubber products, n.e.c.                      4 125        22 382          98 494            84        22          11        8        17          13    9        4        –        –
3061       Mechanical rubber goods                               2 812        15 413          69 643            41         9           4        2         9           7    6        4        –        –
3069       Fabricated rubber products, n.e.c.                    1 313         6 969          28 851            43        13           7        6         8           6    3        –        –        –
308      Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                51 595       297   449     1 333   525         812       162          82      127       161      129      109      35       5         2
3081       Unsupported plastics film and sheet                   1 852        15   426        62   481          29         3           3        5         6        7        4       1       –         –
3082       Unsupported plastics profile shapes                   1 275         7   189        36   991          29         6           3        4        10        2        4       –       –         –
3083       Laminated plastics plate and sheet                      145         1   038         4   595           7         2           2        –         2        1        –       –       –         –
3084       Plastics pipe                                           174         1   315         6   544           9         2           2        2         2        1        –       –       –         –
3085       Plastics bottles                                        652         3   302        15   279           8         –           1        2         1        2        1       1       –         –

3086       Plastics   foam products                              4 065        22   318       100   539          52         6           6       10         8           8    10       4       –         –
3087       Custom     compound purchased resins                  1 013         6   873        30   893          30         4           5        7         5           7     2       –       –         –
3088       Plastics   plumbing fixtures                            584         3   541        15   883          14         1           4        1         5           2     1       –       –         –
3089       Plastics   products, n.e.c.                          41 693       236   029     1 056   066         596       103          56       95       121          98    87      29       5         2

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




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COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                        MICHIGAN 7

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

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

           Manufacturing Con.
31     Leather and leather products                              2 577        14 568          62 171            29        12           5        3         2           –     2       4       1         –
311      Leather tanning and finishing                           2 036        12 433          52 301            10         4           –        –         1           –     1       3       1         –
314      Footwear, except rubber                                    (E)           (D)             (D)            3         1           –        –         –           –     1       1       –         –
3143       Men’s footwear, except athletic                          (E)           (D)             (D)            3         1           –        –         –           –     1       1       –         –
316      Luggage                                                    (B)           (D)             (D)            4         1           2        1         –           –     –       –       –         –
317      Handbags and personal leather goods                        (B)           (D)             (D)            4         1           2        1         –           –     –       –       –         –
3171       Women’s handbags and purses                              (A)           (D)             (D)            1         –           1        –         –           –     –       –       –         –
3172       Personal leather goods, n.e.c.                            19            89            274             3         1           1        1         –           –     –       –       –         –
319      Leather goods, n.e.c.                                       59          238           1 005             7         4           1        1         1           –     –       –       –         –
32     Stone, clay, and glass products                          15 464       113 036         530 895           574       218        105       105        93          26    19       4       3         1
321      Flat glass                                                (G)            (D)             (D)            2         –          –         –         –           –     –       –       2         –
322      Glass and glassware, pressed or blown                      (E)           (D)             (D)            4         3          –         –         –           –     1       –       –         –
3221       Glass containers                                         (C)           (D)             (D)            1         –          –         –         –           –     1       –       –         –
3229       Pressed and blown glass, n.e.c.                            7            22              91            3         3          –         –         –           –     –       –       –         –
323      Products of purchased glass                             4 991        38 949         172 604            64        32          7         5         9           4     3       2       1         1
324      Cement, hydraulic                                         775         7 505          31 903            12         4          2         1         –           2     2       1       –         –
325      Structural clay products                                  147         1 058           4 047            10         4          1         3         1           1     –       –       –         –
3251       Brick and structural clay tile                           (B)           (D)             (D)            4         1          1         1         –           1     –       –       –         –
3253       Ceramic wall and floor tile                              (A)           (D)             (D)            2         2          –         –         –           –     –       –       –         –
3255       Clay refractories                                         60          346           1 128             4         1          –         2         1           –     –       –       –         –
326      Pottery and related products                              271         1 598           7 466            17        10          1         1         3           2     –       –       –         –
3264       Porcelain electrical supplies                           101           827           4 394             3         –          –         1         1           1     –       –       –         –
3269       Pottery products, n.e.c.                                170           771           3 072            14        10          1         –         2           1     –       –       –         –
327      Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products                  4 956        30 335         172 242           367       128         82        81        62           9     5       –       –         –
3271       Concrete block and brick                                568         3 487          21 113            52        19         10        15         8           –     –       –       –         –
3272       Concrete products, n.e.c.                             1 529         9 154          46 805            99        44         15        16        17           4     3       –       –         –
3273       Ready-mixed concrete                                  2 258        12 166          82 344           203        61         57        49        34           2     –       –       –         –
3274       Lime                                                      93          983           2 888             4         1          –         1         2           –     –       –       –         –
3275       Gypsum products                                         508         4 545          19 040             6         –          –         –         1           3     2       –       –         –
328      Cut stone and stone products                              155           728           4 068            15        10          1         1         2           1     –       –       –         –
329      Misc. nonmetallic mineral products                      2 728        20 918          83 699            83        27         11        13        16           7     8       1       –         –
3291       Abrasive products                                     1 082         8 061          33 078            45        11          6        10        11           5     2       –       –         –
3292       Asbestos products                                        (A)           (D)             (D)            1         1          –         –         –           –     –       –       –         –
3295       Minerals, ground or treated                             426         4 172          17 350             8         2          1         2         1           –     1       1       –         –
3296       Mineral wool                                             (F)           (D)             (D)            5         2          –         –         –           –     3       –       –         –
3297       Nonclay refractories                                    418         4 143          13 882             8         2          2         –         1           1     2       –       –         –
3299       Nonmetallic mineral products, n.e.c.                     (C)           (D)             (D)           16         9          2         1         3           1     –       –       –         –
33     Primary metal industries                                 41 066       372 936       1 549 042           483        72          60       85       123          52    64      18       3         6
331      Blast furnace and basic steel products                 13 999       148 861         601 726            74        10           9        8        15           9    17       2       1         3
3312        Blast furnaces and steel mills                       9 700       110 049         458 049            18         5           1        2         2           3     1       –       1         3
3313        Electrometallurgical products                           (C)           (D)             (D)            2         –           –        –         1           –     1       –       –         –
3315        Steel wire and related products                      1 026         7 168          29 971            12         2           2        1         2           1     3       1       –         –
3316        Cold finishing of steel shapes                         (G)            (D)             (D)           23         2           6        4         3           2     6       –       –         –
3317        Steel pipe and tubes                                 1 799        13 611          58 727            19         1           –        1         7           3     6       1       –         –
332      Iron and steel foundries                               11 736       115 284         473 931            93        14           8       14        27           8    10       7       2         3
3321        Gray and ductile iron foundries                      8 350        77 067         328 639            51         7           4        5        14           4     7       7       2         1
3322        Malleable iron foundries                               (G)            (D)             (D)            1         –           –        –         –           –     –       –       –         1
3324        Steel investment foundries                           1 357        14 122          43 656            13         1           1        5         3           2     –       –       –         1
3325        Steel foundries, n.e.c.                                 (F)           (D)             (D)           25         3           3        4        10           2     3       –       –         –
333      Primary nonferrous metals                                 457         3 712          17 941             9         3           1        1         2           –     2       –       –         –
3331        Primary copper                                          (C)           (D)             (D)            2         –           –        –         1           –     1       –       –         –
3334        Primary aluminum                                        (A)           (D)             (D)            2         1           1        –         –           –     –       –       –         –
3339        Primary nonferrous metals, n.e.c.                       (E)           (D)             (D)            5         2           –        1         1           –     1       –       –         –
334      Secondary nonferrous metals                               475         3 716          16 131            17         6           3        3         3           1     1       –       –         –
335      Nonferrous rolling and drawing                          3 567        26 483         115 208            48         5           8        6         7          11     8       3       –         –
3351        Copper rolling and drawing                             627         5 398          22 199             4         1           –        –         –           –     2       1       –         –
3353        Aluminum sheet, plate, and foil                         (A)           (D)             (D)            2         1           1        –         –           –     –       –       –         –
3354        Aluminum extruded products                           1 629        12 411          56 694            16         1           2        2         2           3     5       1       –         –
3355        Aluminum rolling and drawing, n.e.c.                    (B)           (D)             (D)            3         1           1        –         1           –     –       –       –         –
3356        Nonferrous rolling and drawing, n.e.c.                 458         3 289          12 680            13         1           3        2         2           5     –       –       –         –
3357        Nonferrous wiredrawing and insulating                  810         5 109          22 479            10         –           1        2         2           3     1       1       –         –
336      Nonferrous foundries (castings)                         7 521        50 493         217 135           118        12          14       23        33          10    20       6       –         –
3363        Aluminum die-castings                                3 122        22 475          97 648            33         2           3        6         8           2     9       3       –         –
3364        Nonferrous die-casting except aluminum               1 715         9 736          40 399            28         2           2        6         7           5     6       –       –         –
3365        Aluminum foundries                                   1 787        12 599          53 770            31         1           6        5        11           3     3       2       –         –
3366        Copper foundries                                       637         3 720          17 438            15         3           1        4         5           –     1       1       –         –
3369        Nonferrous foundries, n.e.c.                           256         1 936           7 581            10         3           2        2         2           –     1       –       –         –
339      Miscellaneous primary metal products                    3 244        24 043         105 278           117        18          16       29        35          13    6        –        –        –
3398       Metal heat treating                                   2 926        21 692          95 671            99         9          14       28        31          11    6        –        –        –
3399       Primary metal products, n.e.c.                          318         2 351           9 607            18         9           2        1         4           2    –        –        –        –

34     Fabricated metal products                               111 371       868 195       3 866 898        2 434        545        387       480       530      251      192      33       5        11
341      Metal cans and shipping containers                          99           735           3 683           11          6          2        2         1           –     –       –        –        –
3411      Metal cans                                                (B)            (D)             (D)           4          2          1        –         1           –     –       –        –        –
3412      Metal barrels, drums, and pails                           (B)            (D)             (D)           7          4          1        2         –           –     –       –        –        –
342      Cutlery, handtools, and hardware                        9 137        65 252         294 664           174        49          25       30        34          15    14       4       2         1
3421       Cutlery                                                  (C)           (D)             (D)            3         –           1        –         –           2     –       –       –         –
3423       Hand and edge tools, n.e.c.                           1 763         9 302          40 921            57        17           9       10        13           4     3       1       –         –
3425       Saw blades and handsaws                                 119         1 144           4 111             7         4           1        –         1           1     –       –       –         –
3429       Hardware, n.e.c.                                      7 143        54 222         245 234           100        21          14       20        20           8    11       3       2         1
343      Plumbing and heating, except electric                      935         6 177         29 849            30          9          5        5         6          2     3        –        –        –
3431       Metal sanitary ware                                       (A)           (D)            (D)            1          –          1        –         –          –     –        –        –        –
3432       Plumbing fixture fittings and trim                        (E)           (D)            (D)            5          1          –        –         2          –     2        –        –        –
3433       Heating equipment, except electric                        (E)           (D)            (D)           23          7          4        5         4          2     1        –        –        –

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




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8      MICHIGAN                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

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

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

           Manufacturing Con.
34     Fabricated metal products Con.
344      Fabricated structural metal products                   10   943      74    782      340   945          462      122          99      110        85          27    14       4       1         –
3441       Fabricated structural metal                           1   829      13    395       61   450           93       29          22       20        15           3     3       1       –         –
3442       Metal doors, sash, and trim                           1   786      10    765       48   904           51       13          12        8        10           4     2       2       –         –
3443       Fabricated plate work (boiler shops)                  2   246      17    438       78   959           65       12          13       14        14           7     4       1       –         –
3444       Sheet metalwork                                       3   217      22    105      103   135          166       42          33       45        33           8     5       –       –         –
3446       Architectural metal work                              1   155       7    219       30   468           35       10           6       12         4           2     –       –       1         –
3448       Prefabricated metal buildings                             393       2    094        9   901           22        6           5        4         4           3     –       –       –         –
3449       Miscellaneous metal work                                  309       1    737        7   699           24        5           7        7         5           –     –       –       –         –
345      Screw machine products, bolts, etc.                    10   989      79    384      351   615          303       29          48       66        93          41    25       1       –         –
3451       Screw machine products                                7   052      48    290      219   446          204       14          36       50        65          25    13       1       –         –
3452       Bolts, nuts, rivets, and washers                      3   937      31    094      132   083           98       14          12       16        28          16    12       –       –         –
346      Metal forgings and stampings                           51   491     474    431    2 093   504          506       70          51       78       115          93    69      19       1        10
3462       Iron and steel forgings                               2   301      20    186       82   820           40        7           2        6        12           5     7       1       –         –
3463       Nonferrous forgings                                       291       2    537       11   391            5        1           –        –         –           4     –       –       –         –
3465       Automotive stampings                                 44   999     426    575    1 884   202          310       22          23       48        67          65    56      18       1        10
3466       Crowns and closures                                        (A)            (D)            (D)           1        –           –        1         –           –     –       –       –         –
3469       Metal stampings, n.e.c.                               3   884      25    059      114   037          141       31          26       23        36          19     6       –       –         –
347      Metal services, n.e.c.                                 11   315      60    580      273   530          407       87          73       93        93          37    23       1       –         –
3471       Plating and polishing                                 6   283      33    865      154   917          245       54          51       61        46          20    12       1       –         –
3479       Metal coating and allied services                     5   024      26    694      118   180          156       28          21       32        47          17    11       –       –         –
348      Ordnance and accessories, n.e.c.                            255       1    684        8   577           13        4           3        4         1           –     1       –       –         –
3482       Small arms ammunition                                      (A)            (D)            (D)           3        2           1        –         –           –     –       –       –         –
3483       Ammunition, exc. for small arms, n.e.c.                    (A)            (D)            (D)           1        –           –        1         –           –     –       –       –         –
3484       Small arms                                                  37           171        1   064            4        2           –        2         –           –     –       –       –         –
3489       Ordnance and accessories, n.e.c.                          194       1    439        7   202            5        –           2        1         1           –     1       –       –         –
349      Misc. fabricated metal products                        16   182     105    082      470   050          519      162          80       91       102          36    43       4       1         –
3491       Industrial valves                                         637       4    658       21   954           14        4           2        2         2           1     3       –       –         –
3492       Fluid power valves and hose fittings                  4   143      31    153      131   279           48        4           3       10        11           7     9       3       1         –
3493       Steel springs, except wire                                239       1    492        6   940            7        2           –        2         1           1     1       –       –         –
3494       Valves and pipe fittings, n.e.c.                          529       3    556       17   828           13        1           1        3         5           1     2       –       –         –
3495       Wire springs                                          1   432       9    633       40   345           34        1           3        9        13           4     4       –       –         –
3496       Misc. fabricated wire products                        1 459         7 134          35 950             50       16          13        5         7           4     5       –        –        –
3498       Fabricated pipe and fittings                          2 529        13 788          59 439             66       14          11        9        17           8     7       –        –        –
3499       Fabricated metal products, n.e.c.                     4 971        31 816         147 069            225       66          44       49        44          10    11       1        –        –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                      115 495      1 025   661    4 554   944       4 200     1 181        848       860       823      276      161      36      12         3
351      Engines and turbines                                    5 106         60   014      238   780          18         4          2         2         3        1        2       2       1         1
3519       Internal combustion engines, n.e.c.                   5 106         60   014      238   780          18         4          2         2         3        1        2       2       1         1
352      Farm and garden machinery                               1 018          6   244       29   025          41        15          8         9         4        2        2       1       –         –
3523       Farm machinery and equipment                             (F)              (D)            (D)         37        13          8         9         4        2        1       –       –         –
3524       Lawn and garden equipment                                (E)              (D)            (D)          2         –          –         –         –        –        1       1       –         –
353      Construction and related machinery                      7 059        63    177      288   511         168        40         31        22        39       20       11       3       2         –
3531       Construction machinery                                1 227         7    235       33   159          41        15          7         5         6        5        2       1       –         –
3532       Mining machinery                                        215         1    727        6   140           5         2          –         –         1        1        1       –       –         –
3533       Oil and gas field machinery                              (A)              (D)            (D)          3         2          1         –         –        –        –       –       –         –
3534       Elevators and moving stairways                           (B)              (D)            (D)          3         1          –         –         2        –        –       –       –         –
3535       Conveyors and conveying equipment                     3 953        41    131      194   046          68         9         15         8        18        9        6       1       2         –
3536       Hoists, cranes, and monorails                           532         4    055       16   675          14         4          2         3         3        1        –       1       –         –
3537       Industrial trucks and tractors                        1 042         8    266       35   274          33         6          6         6         9        4        2       –       –         –
354      Metalworking machinery                                 50 816       484    198    2 152   480       1 926       442        354       442       454      139       80      11       4         –
3541       Machine tools, metal cutting types                    4 573        49    564      199   121          97         6          8        27        34       10       10       1       1         –
3542       Machine tools, metal forming types                    1 341        12    262       53   317          25         2          1         7         8        3        3       1       –         –
3543       Industrial patterns                                   1 529        17    195       71   514          88        22         21        23        15        5        2       –       –         –
3544       Special dies, tools, jigs and fixtures               28 083       269    382    1 224   997       1 177       280        216       284       266       85       41       3       2         –
3545       Machine tool accessories                              8 389        64    569      282   166         400       106         88        75        96       24       10       1       –         –
3546       Power-driven handtools                                  147         1 131           4   170           13        4           4        1         4           –     –       –       –         –
3547       Rolling mill machinery                                    73          393           2   147            8        2           3        2         1           –     –       –       –         –
3548       Welding apparatus                                     3 371        36 008         158   539           45        4           5       11         9           7     5       3       1         –
3549       Metalworking machinery, n.e.c.                        3 299        33 573         154   406           64        8           8       11        21           5     9       2       –         –
355      Special industry machinery                              7 240        64 560         294   691          244       69          40       50        46          25     9       5       –         –
3552       Textile machinery                                        (A)           (D)               (D)           2        1           –        1         –           –     –       –       –         –
3553       Woodworking machinery                                   174         1 108           4   822           17        8           3        3         2           1     –       –       –         –
3554       Paper industries machinery                              139           987           4   195            9        –           3        3         3           –     –       –       –         –
3555       Printing trades machinery                               516         4 646          25   494           11        –           1        4         3           1     2       –       –         –
3556       Food products machinery                                 424         3 644          15   910           11        2           2        1         5           –     –       1       –         –
3559       Special industry machinery, n.e.c.                    5 927        53 859         241   965          179       47          29       36        33          23     7       4       –         –
356      General industrial machinery                           11 587        99 273         426   415          262       52          43       57        48          29    23       9       1         –
3561       Pumps and pumping equipment                           1 111        10 096          41   737            9        1           1        2         –           2     –       3       –         –
3562       Ball and roller bearings                                969         9 816          36   893           10        1           1        3         –           3     –       2       –         –
3563       Air and gas compressors                                 843         7 948          33   300           11        1           4        1         2           –     2       1       –         –
3564       Blowers and fans                                        992         6 581          28   283           28        3           6        3         9           4     3       –       –         –
3565       Packaging machinery                                     522         5 022          20   282           19        6           4        3         3           2     1       –       –         –

3566       Speed changers, drives, and gears                       807         6    700       28   563           19        3           1        4         7          3      –       1       –         –
3567       Industrial furnaces and ovens                         1 325        11    303       48   197           42        8           4       12         9          4      5       –       –         –
3568       Power transmission equipment, n.e.c.                  1 282         9    884       44   005           25        2           3        6         8          3      2       1       –         –
3569       General industrial machinery, n.e.c.                  3 727        31    870      144   823           89       18          18       23        10          8     10       1       1         –
357      Computer and office equipment                           3 060        27 548         118 524             51       16           8        7        10          6     2        –       2         –
3571       Electronic computers                                  2 684        24 868         103 786             23        3           3        4         5          4     2        –       2         –
3572       Computer storage devices                                  46          315           1 369              3        1           –        1         1          –     –        –       –         –
3575       Computer terminals                                        29          125             629              3        –           2        1         –          –     –        –       –         –
3577       Computer peripheral equipment, n.e.c.                   233         1 646          10 202              9        2           1        1         3          2     –        –       –         –
3578       Calculating and accounting equipment                     (A)           (D)             (D)             5        3           2        –         –          –     –        –       –         –
3579       Office machines, n.e.c.                                  (B)           (D)             (D)             1        –           –        –         1          –     –        –       –         –
358      Refrigeration and service machinery                     6 440        46 595         211 357             74       15           9        9        18          7     11       2       2         1
3581      Automatic vending machines                                (A)           (D)             (D)             1        –           1        –         –          –      –       –       –         –
3585      Refrigeration and heating equipment                    3 801        26 699         121 741             30        6           2        3         8          2      5       2       1         1
3586      Measuring and dispensing pumps                            (E)           (D)             (D)             6        1           –        1         2          1      1       –       –         –
3589      Service industry machinery, n.e.c.                     2 267        16 155          71 941             37        8           6        5         8          4      5       –       1         –

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




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

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

           Manufacturing Con.
35     Industrial machinery and equipment Con.
359      Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                           23 097       173 785         793 106          1 388      504        352       259       201          47    21       3        –        1
3592       Carburetors, pistons, rings, valves                   3 454        38 208         162 133             12        3          2         2         1           –     1       2        –        1
3593       Fluid power cylinders and actuators                      (G)           (D)             (D)            26        3          4         8         3           6     2       –        –        –
3594       Fluid power pumps and motors                            510         3 968          17 886             11        –          4         2         2           1     2       –        –        –
3596       Scales and balances, exc. laboratory                     (C)           (D)             (D)             3        1          –         –         1           1     –       –        –        –
3599       Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                         17 986       123 141         575 225          1 335      496        342       247       194          39    16       1        –        –
36     Electronic and other electronic equipment                21 956       140    027      640    596          449     131          73       62        82          50    35      12       2         2
361      Electric distribution equipment                         1 384         9    144       44    308           34       3           9        4         9           5     3       1       –         –
3612       Transformers, except electronic                         242         1    554        7    039            5       –           –        2         –           2     1       –       –         –
3613       Switchgear and switchboard apparatus                  1 142         7    590       37    269           29       3           9        2         9           3     2       1       –         –
362      Electrical industrial apparatus                         3 290        21    637       99    446           89      27          13       17        15           9     5       3       –         –
3621       Motors and generators                                 1 317         8    097       34    233           13       1           3        2         1           2     1       3       –         –
3624       Carbon and graphite products                            209         1    542        5    891            5       1           1        1         –           1     1       –       –         –
3625       Relays and industrial controls                        1 621        10    979       55    081           62      20           7       14        13           5     3       –       –         –
3629       Electrical industrial apparatus, n.e.c.                 143         1    019        4    241            9       5           2        –         1           1     –       –       –         –
363      Household appliances                                    3 847        23    755      111    346           16       4           4        3         1           –     –       2       1         1
3632       Household refrigerators and freezers                    (G)               (D)             (D)           4       1           1        1         –           –     –       –       –         1
3633       Household laundry equipment                              (E)              (D)             (D)           1       –           –        –         –           –     –       1       –         –
3634       Electric housewares and fans                              56             297         1   407            7       2           3        2         –           –     –       –       –         –
3635       Household vacuum cleaners                                (E)              (D)             (D)           2       1           –        –         –           –     –       1       –         –
3639       Household appliances, n.e.c.                             (F)              (D)             (D)           2       –           –        –         1           –     –       –       1         –
364      Electric lighting and wiring equipment                  2 924        18    668       77    025           51       9           8        7        10          11     4       1       1         –
3643       Current-carrying wiring devices                       1 677        11    360       41    232           21       3           3        2         4           4     4       –       1         –
3644       Noncurrent-carrying wiring devices                       (C)              (D)             (D)           2       –           –        –         1           1     –       –       –         –
3645       Residential lighting fixtures                            (B)              (D)             (D)           6       1           1        3         1           –     –       –       –         –
3646       Commercial lighting fixtures                            300          1   589        7    674           10       1           3        1         1           4     –       –       –         –
3647       Vehicular lighting equipment                            676          4   076       20    108            6       2           –        –         1           2     –       1       –         –
3648       Lighting equipment, n.e.c.                                97             623        3    436            5       1           1        1         2           –     –       –       –         –
365      Household audio and video equipment                     1 079          6   755       33    010           15       5           1        1         3           2     1       2       –         –
3651       Household audio and video equipment                     911          5   690       28    144            9       2           1        1         1           1     1       2       –         –
3652       Prerecorded records and tapes                           168          1   065        4    866            6       3           –        –         2           1     –       –       –         –
366      Communications equipment                                1 101          7 191         32    582           28      10           6         –        4          4      4       –        –        –
3661       Telephone and telegraph apparatus                       298          2 438         10    549            5       1           –         –        –          4      –       –        –        –
3663       Radio and TV communications equipment                   115            553          2    509            8       4           2         –        2          –      –       –        –        –
3669       Communications equipment, n.e.c.                        688          4 200         19    515           13       3           4         –        2          –      4       –        –        –
367      Electronic components and accessories                   4 778        26 251         119 727             139      40          22       20        27          15    14       1        –        –
3671       Electron tubes                                           (A)           (D)             (D)              2       1           1        –         –           –     –       –        –        –
3672       Printed circuit boards                                  858         4 083          18 989              24       8           2        2         7           2     3       –        –        –
3674       Semiconductors and related devices                      326         2 008           8 851              14       4           3        1         3           3     –       –        –        –
3675       Electronic capacitors                                    (A)           (D)             (D)              1       1           –        –         –           –     –       –        –        –
3676       Electronic resistors                                     (C)           (D)             (D)              2       –           1        –         –           –     1       –        –        –

3677       Electronic coils and transformers                       491         2 724          12 433              14       3           2        4         2          1     2        –        –        –
3678       Electronic connectors                                   438         2 579          12 942               5       2           –        –         –          1     2        –        –        –
3679       Electronic components, n.e.c.                         2 471        14 115          62 690              68      13          12       13        15          8     6        1        –        –
369      Misc. electrical equipment and supplies                 3 542        26 599         122 214              63      19          10       10        13          4     4        2        –        1
3691       Storage batteries                                        (E)           (D)             (D)              3       1           –        –         1          –     –        1        –        –
3694       Engine electrical equipment                           2 233        18 022          85 013              32      11           4        6         6          2     1        1        –        1
3695       Magnetic and optical recording media                     (A)           (D)             (D)              3       1           2        –         –          –     –        –        –        –
3699       Electrical equipment and supplies, n.e.c.                (F)           (D)             (D)             25       6           4        4         6          2     3        –        –        –

37     Transportation equipment                                191 669     2 208 614       9 042 306             712     172          87      105       103          69    76      40      18        42
371      Motor vehicles and equipment                          182 466     2 132  018      8 720 941             508      87          58       79        76          54    65      33      14        42
3711      Motor vehicles and car bodies                         68 921       859  811      3 500 162              47       8           6       10         5           3     –       1       –        14
3713      Truck and bus bodies                                     786         3  087         21 281              17       5           6        1         –           4     –       1       –         –
3714      Motor vehicle parts and accessories                  111 996     1 264  621      5 178 352             412      56          42       65        67          46    64      30      14        28
3715      Truck trailers                                           139            695          3 178              10       3           2        3         2           –     –       –       –         –
3716      Motor homes                                              604          3 666         15 962               7       1           1        –         2           1     1       1       –         –
372      Aircraft and parts                                      3 805        34 699         139 522              61      17           8       10        10          4     7        4       1         –
3721       Aircraft                                                 (C)           (D)             (D)              5       –           1        1         1          1     1        –       –         –
3724       Aircraft engines and engine parts                     1 797        15 635          60 251              22       4           2        3         5          2     3        3       –         –
3728       Aircraft parts and equipment, n.e.c.                  1 748        17 031          68 846              32      12           5        5         4          1     3        1       1         –
373      Ship and boat building and repairing                      (G)             (D)            (D)             84      48          18        7         6          3      –       1       1         –
3731       Ship building and repairing                              (B)            (D)            (D)              3       1           1        1         –          –      –       –       –         –
3732       Boat building and repairing                           1 669          8 950         40 475              78      44          17        6         6          3      –       1       1         –
374      Railroad equipment                                         (B)             (D)             (D)            2        –          1        1         –           –     –       –        –        –
375      Motorcycles, bicycles, and parts                           (B)             (D)             (D)            6        3          1        1         1           –     –       –        –        –
376      Guided missiles, space vehicles, parts                      (F)            (D)             (D)            1        –          –         –        –           –     –       –       1         –
3764      Space propulsion units and parts                           (F)            (D)             (D)            1        –          –         –        –           –     –       –       1         –
379      Miscellaneous transportation equipment                  3 008        23    623      103    712           45      12           1        7        10          8     4        2       1         –
3792       Travel trailers and campers                             335         1    765        9    235            8       3           1        1         –          2     1        –       –         –
3795       Tanks and tank components                             1 311        13    130       55    418           14       2           –        1         5          3     2        –       1         –
3799       Transportation equipment, n.e.c.                      1 362         8    728       39    059           23       7           –        5         5          3     1        2       –         –

38     Instruments and related products                         20 551       175 910         740 921             366     119          56       72        57          25    20      12       2         3
381      Search and navigation equipment                         2 768        24 368         101 736              14        1          2        1         4          1     2        2        –        1
382      Measuring and controlling devices                      10 409        96    029      397    484          179      52          31       42        29          12    8        2       1         2
3821      Laboratory apparatus and furniture                       163         1    012        4    406           11       3           –        3         5           –    –        –       –         –
3822      Environmental controls                                   642         4    244       15    688           16       4           2        6         –           2    1        1       –         –
3823      Process control instruments                              905         7    585       33    263           37      13           4        9         6           2    3        –       –         –
3824      Fluid meters and counting devices                      5 545        58    468      243    844           11       2           2        2         1           –    2        –       –         2
3825      Instruments to measure electricity                       445         3    749       15    728           26       5           8        7         4           2    –        –       –         –

3826       Analytical instruments                                1 499        10 411          38 877              16       5           4        1         2          2     –        1       1         –
3827       Optical instruments and lenses                          236         2 625           9 255              11       5           –        3         1          2     –        –       –         –
3829       Measuring and controlling devices, n.e.c.               974         7 935          36 423              51      15          11       11        10          2     2        –       –         –

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




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10     MICHIGAN                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

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

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

            Manufacturing Con.
38     Instruments and related products Con.
384      Medical instruments and supplies                        5 391        42  647        185 617           110        37          13       20        16           11    7       5       1         –
3841        Surgical and medical instruments                     2 145        18  752         85 362            30         6           4        8         5            2    2       3       –         –
3842        Surgical appliances and supplies                     2 252        15  411         63 621            55        21           6        7         9            7    3       1       1         –
3843        Dental equipment and supplies                          556         4  807         20 266            15         7           3        1         2            1    –       1       –         –
3844        X-ray apparatus and tubes                               (A)            (D)            (D)            3         2           –        1         –            –    –       –       –         –
3845        Electromedical equipment                                (E)            (D)            (D)            7         1           –        3         –            1    2       –       –         –
385      Ophthalmic goods                                          160            733          3 306            21        12           4        3         2            –    –       –       –         –
386      Photographic equipment and supplies                       750          5 134         22 178            25         8           5        4         5            1    1       1       –         –
387      Watches, clocks, watchcases, and parts                  1 063          6 955         30 271            11         4           –        2         1            –    2       2       –         –
39     Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                    7 669        44 748         212 946           538       268        108        87        43           17    13      1       1         –
391      Jewelry, silverware, and plated ware                      213         1 155           4 585            31        21          4         4         1            1     –      –       –         –
3911       Jewelry, precious metal                                  (C)           (D)             (D)           28        19          4         4         1            –     –      –       –         –
3914       Silverware and plated ware                               (B)           (D)             (D)            1         –          –         –         –            1     –      –       –         –
3915       Jewelers’ materials and lapidary work                    (A)           (D)             (D)            2         2          –         –         –            –     –      –       –         –
393      Musical instruments                                       413         2 518          10 780            13         5          3         2         –            1     2      –       –         –
394      Toys and sporting goods                                 2 404        12 024          57 390            94        47         17         9        12            4     3      1       1         –
3942       Dolls and stuffed toys                                   (A)           (D)             (D)            4         4          –         –         –            –     –      –       –         –
3944       Games, toys, and children’s vehicles                    (G)            (D)             (D)           17         6          2         2         2            2     2      –       1         –
3949       Sporting and athletic goods, n.e.c.                      (G)           (D)             (D)           73        37         15         7        10            2     1      1       –         –
395      Pens, pencils, office, and art supplies                   309         1 799           7 789            27        12          6         6         1            2     –      –       –         –
3951       Pens and mechanical pencils                              (A)           (D)             (D)            1         1          –         –         –            –     –      –       –         –
3952       Lead pencils and art goods                               (B)           (D)             (D)            2         1          –         –         –            1     –      –       –         –
3953       Marking devices                                         164           958           4 107            23        10          6         6         1            –     –      –       –         –
3955       Carbon paper and inked ribbons                           (B)           (D)             (D)            1         –          –         –         –            1     –      –       –         –
396      Costume jewelry and notions                                 19            46            177            10         9          1         –         –            –     –      –       –         –
3961       Costume jewelry                                          (A)           (D)             (D)            9         8          1         –         –            –     –      –       –         –
3965       Fasteners, buttons, needles, and pins                    (A)           (D)             (D)            1         1          –         –         –            –     –      –       –         –
399      Miscellaneous manufactures                              4 112        26 471         127 344           295       117         69        65        28            8     8      –       –         –
3991       Brooms and brushes                                      110           547           2 515             7         –          2         3         2            –     –      –       –         –
3993       Signs and advertising specialities                    2 316        16 161          76 419           151        62         39        25        15            4     6      –       –         –
3995       Burial caskets                                            73          258           1 230             8         3          1         3         1            –     –      –       –         –
3999       Manufacturing industries, n.e.c.                      1 613         9 505          47 146           128        51         27        34        10            4     2      –       –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                            115 557     1 540 399       6 058 712           516        54         48        69       108           82    77     27      29        22
           Transportation and public utilities                 150 997     1 249  261      5 238 612        7 368      3 671      1 377       942       815      297       184     54      22         6
41     Local and interurban passenger transit                    6 279        20  729         93 955          325        109         67        58        61       23         6      1       –         –
411      Local and suburban transportation                       4 418        15  439         70 647          203         56         40        41        46       14         6      –       –         –
4111        Local and suburban transit                             925         3  236         13 759           27          7          3         3         8        4         2      –       –         –
4119        Local passenger transportation, n.e.c.               3 493        12  203         56 872          175         48         37        38        38       10         4      –       –         –
412      Taxicabs                                                  576         1  452          5 676           58         25         16        12         2        3         –      –       –         –
413      Intercity and rural bus transportation                     (B)            (D)            (D)          10          6          3         –         1        –         –      –       –         –
414      Bus charter service                                       794          2 453         11 645           28          9          4         5         5        4         –      1       –         –
4141        Local bus charter service                                85           167            963            8          2          2         3         1        –         –      –       –         –
4142        Bus charter service, except local                      708          2 285         10 628           18          5          2         2         4        4         –      1       –         –
415      School buses                                               (E)            (D)            (D)          19          6          4         –         7        2         –      –       –         –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                 46 251       298 549       1 355 000        3 167      1 770        529       395       316      100        43     10       1         3
421      Trucking and courier services, except air              44 751       290 925       1 314 517        2 869      1 555        493       364       302       98        43     10       1         3
422      Public warehousing and storage                          1 358         7 025          35 688          220        144         32        29        13        2         –      –       –         –
4221       Farm product warehousing and storage                     57           278           1 277            5          1          2         1         1        –         –      –       –         –
4222       Refrigerated warehousing and storage                    369         2 021           9 731           29         10          3        10         5        1         –      –       –         –
4225       General warehousing and storage                         715         3 378          16 919          141        102         19        13         6        1         –      –       –         –
4226       Special warehousing and storage, n.e.c.                 217         1 348           7 727           42         28          8         5         1        –         –      –       –         –
423      Trucking terminal facilities                               23           152             711            6          3          3         –         –        –         –      –       –         –
44     Water transportation                                      1 242          6 414         46 740           252       171          42       27        11           1      –      –        –        –
441      Deep sea foreign transportation of freight                 (A)            (D)            (D)            3         3           –        –         –           –      –      –        –        –
443      Freight transportation on the Great Lakes                 126          1 305          9 330             6         3           1        –         1           1      –      –        –        –
444      Water transportation of freight, n.e.c.                    (A)            (D)            (D)            1         1           –        –         –           –      –      –        –        –
448      Water transportation of passengers                        179            620          7 062            34        25           3        3         3           –      –      –        –        –
4482       Ferries                                                 115            500          5 682            12         7           1        1         3           –      –      –        –        –
4489       Water passenger transportation, n.e.c.                    64           120          1 380            22        18           2        2         –           –      –      –        –        –
449      Water transportation services                             934          4 445         30 073           204       135          38       24         7           –      –      –        –        –
4491       Marine cargo handling                                     86           799          5 446             6         2           2        –         2           –      –      –        –        –
4492       Towing and tugboat service                                90           757          6 100            10         5           –        4         1           –      –      –        –        –
4493       Marinas                                                 734          2 766         17 116           176       117          35       20         4           –      –      –        –        –
4499       Water transportation services, n.e.c.                     19             82         1 266            11        11           –        –         –           –      –      –        –        –
45     Transportation by air                                    17 110       149   800       567   994         326       133          50       56        41           21    17      2       5         1
451      Air transportation, scheduled                          14 612       136   262       503   481         165        51          26       25        28           17    10      2       5         1
452      Air transportation, nonscheduled                          798         5   127        24   455          53        29           8        8         4            2     2      –       –         –
458      Airports, flying fields, and services                   1 695         8   391        39   904         100        45          16       23         9            2     5      –       –         –
46     Pipelines, except natural gas                                201         2 213           9 290           10          3          2        1         3           1      –      –        –        –
461      Pipelines, except natural gas                              201         2 213           9 290           10          3          2        1         3           1      –      –        –        –
47     Transportation services                                   9 977        50 898         242   730      1 288        758        341        99        62           15    12      1        –        –
472      Passenger transportation arrangement                    5 633        23 971         106   627        915        558        253        62        32            5     5      –        –        –
4724       Travel agencies                                       4 864        20 519          90   798        819        497        235        55        24            4     4      –        –        –
4725       Tour operators                                          571         2 615          11   761         64         40         13         5         4            1     1      –        –        –
4729       Passenger transport arrangement, n.e.c.                 197           831           4   014         31         20          5         2         4            –     –      –        –        –
473      Freight transportation arrangement                      2 546        16 866          78   042        258        131         68        31        17            7     4      –        –        –
478      Miscellaneous transportation services                   1 748         9 928          56   820         74         32         16         6        13            3     3      1        –        –

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




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COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                         MICHIGAN 11

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

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

           Transportation and public utilities Con.
48     Communication                                            35 358       333 401       1 285   903      1 295        534        222       192       194           70    55     24       4         –
481      Telephone communication                                25 093       265 774         995   031        832        407        149        79        88           43    42     20       4         –
4812       Radiotelephone communications                         1 787        12 681          50   696         81         31         16        14        13            –     7      –       –         –
4813       Telephone communications, exc. radio                 23 305       253 077         944   170        749        374        133        65        75           43    35     20       4         –
482      Telegraph and other communications                        175           623           2   541         12          9          1         1         –            –     1      –       –         –
483      Radio and television broadcasting                       6 387        44 189         190   794        255         43         35        72        78           17     8      2       –         –
484      Cable and other pay TV services                         3 489        21 723          90 945           137        29          29       37        26           10    4       2        –        –
489      Communication services, n.e.c.                              124           686          3 674           24        16           5        2         1            –     –      –        –        –

49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                     32 935       371 088       1 568 126           646       176        104       110       118           62    46     16      12         2
491      Electric services                                      12 520       165 867         677 325           193        48          27       34        29           28    14      6       6         1
492      Gas production and distribution                         6 138        67 566         283 972           132        19          27       29        36           11    6       2       1         1
493      Combination utility services                                 (I)          (D)             (D)          88        12           7       10        22           11    13      8       5         –
4931       Electric and other services combined                       (I)          (D)             (D)          86        10           7       10        22           11    13      8       5         –
4932       Gas and other services combined                           (A)           (D)             (D)           1         1           –        –         –            –     –      –       –         –
4939       Combination utilities, n.e.c.                             (A)           (D)             (D)           1         1           –        –         –            –     –      –       –         –
494      Water supply                                                (B)           (D)             (D)           7          4          3         –        –            –     –      –        –        –
495      Sanitary services                                           (H)           (D)             (D)         218        88          39       36        30           12    13      –        –        –
496      Steam and air-conditioning supply                           (A)           (D)             (D)           1          –          –        1         –            –     –      –        –        –
497      Irrigation systems                                         (A)           (D)             (D)            1         1           –        –         –           –     –       –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                              1 644        16 169          68 874            59        17          20        4         9           4     5       –        –        –

           Wholesale trade                                     199 793      1 552 681      6 857 762       15 527      7 213      3 477     2 571    1 611       427       181     32       9         6
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                         115 756       938 501       4 209 268       10 549      5 021      2 390     1 745    1 045       246        85     13       2         2
501      Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                    24   780     201   978       890   360      1 888        873        452       308       180           47    19      6       1         2
5012      Automobiles and other motor vehicles                   4   365      34   436       147   879        244        105         40        29        48           12     8      2       –         –
5013      Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                  17   870     154   538       681   264      1 279        587        310       216       115           33    11      4       1         2
5014      Tires and tubes                                        1   049       6   500        29   921        110         35         34        31        10            –     –      –       –         –
5015      Motor vehicle parts, used                              1   453       6   169        29   019        234        128         66        31         7            2     –      –       –         –
502      Furniture and homefurnishings                           3 967        29 307         132 465           380       188          81       63        36           9     2       1        –        –
5021       Furniture                                             2 278        18 202          80 924           194        94          35       36        20           7     2       –        –        –
5023       Homefurnishings                                       1 688        11 095          51 239           179        87          46       27        16           2     –       1        –        –
503      Lumber and construction materials                       6 309        46   291       222   207         658       290        167       123        61           14    3       –        –        –
5031       Lumber, plywood, and millwork                         3 548        26   521       125   796         286       116         61        59        35           12    3       –        –        –
5032       Brick, stone, and related materials                     994         6   698        33   687         137        64         40        21        12            –    –       –        –        –
5033       Roofing, siding, and insulation                       1 076         8   508        39   966         115        41         35        29         8            2    –       –        –        –
5039       Construction materials, n.e.c.                          684         4   520        22   223         108        57         31        14         6            –    –       –        –        –
504      Professional and commercial equipment                  19 052       182   826       795   770      1 318        587        296       205       160           43    21      5       1         –
5043       Photographic equipment and supplies                     252         1   900         8   085         29         16          3         7         2            1     –      –       –         –
5044       Office equipment                                      4 529        33   402       135   889        225         77         60        31        34           15     7      1       –         –
5045       Computers, peripherals and software                   7 552        91   310       411   074        491        240         96        76        56           12     6      4       1         –
5046       Commercial equipment, n.e.c.                          1 348         8   358        37   254        169         81         39        36        11            2     –      –       –         –
5047       Medical and hospital equipment                        3 853        38   922       164   373        281        123         71        33        39            8     7      –       –         –
5048       Ophthalmic goods                                        697         3   507        16   162         53         23         11         9         7            2     1      –       –         –
5049       Professional equipment, n.e.c.                          821         5   427        22   933         70         27         16        13        11            3     –      –       –         –
505      Metals and minerals, except petroleum                   7 876        71 676         333 452           584       271          98      107        71           27    10      –        –        –
5051      Metals service centers and offices                     7 801        71 097         329 876           566       260          94      104        71           27    10      –        –        –
5052      Coal and other minerals and ores                          62           487           2 620             9         3           4        2         –            –     –      –        –        –
506      Electrical goods                                       11 515       100   152       428   413      1 085        477        272       185       116           26    9       –        –        –
5063       Electrical apparatus and equipment                    6 820        58   231       256   269        590        228        162       110        69           16    5       –        –        –
5064       Electrical appliances, TV and radios                    957         8   150        34   999         93         46         22        15         5            5    –       –        –        –
5065       Electronic parts and equipment                        3 726        33   726       136   756        386        187         88        60        42            5    4       –        –        –
507      Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment                8   447      57   534       266   814         827       381        202       130        96           12    5       1        –        –
5072      Hardware                                               3   545      24   980       118   959         299       142         66        45        37            5    3       1        –        –
5074       Plumbing and hydronic heating supplies                2   881      17   173        78   238         296       135         69        53        34            3    2       –        –        –
5075       Warm air heating and air-conditioning                 1   820      13   771        62   172         197        82         60        29        22            4    –       –        –        –
5078       Refrigeration equipment and supplies                      201       1   610         7   137          27        14          7         3         3            –    –       –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                     25   194     196   730       895   926      2 693      1 260        630       492       254           47    10      –        –        –
5082      Construction and mining machinery                      1   612      13   740        62   149        125         42         31        24        25            2     1      –        –        –
5083      Farm and garden machinery                              2   422      13   985        65   716        266        102         67        74        19            4     –      –        –        –
5084      Industrial machinery and equipment                    11   812     100   285       452   632      1 293        660        285       201       114           26     7      –        –        –
5085      Industrial supplies                                    6   427      51   419       234   251        640        249        170       147        67            5     2      –        –        –
5087      Service establishment equipment                        2   232      13   207        59   630        238        119         57        31        23            8     –      –        –        –
5088      Transportation equipment and supplies                      615       3   371        16   455         66         27         19        13         5            2     –      –        –        –
509      Miscellaneous durable goods                             8 448        51   274       237   826         992       580        185       129        71           21    6       –        –        –
5091       Sporting and recreational goods                       1 394         7   077        35   366         175        92         39        26        15            3    –       –        –        –
5092       Toys and hobby goods and supplies                       554         2   499        11   094          52        27          9        10         3            3    –       –        –        –
5093       Scrap and waste materials                             3 512        23   022       109   187         332       172         64        47        37           10    2       –        –        –
5094       Jewelry and precious stones                             796         5   904        19   978          95        63         17         9         2            2    2       –        –        –
5099       Durable goods, n.e.c.                                 2 192        12   772        62   201         338       226         56        37        14            3    2       –        –        –

51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                       71 241       476 312       2 126 236        4 787      2 146      1 057       792       536      152        84     15       3         2
511      Paper and paper products                                7 307        45   852       197   230         605       283        140        88        60           25    9       –        –        –
5111       Printing and writing paper                              969         9   147        37   751          73        38         13         8        10            3    1       –        –        –
5112       Stationery and office supplies                        4 742        24   828       106   013         375       162         92        62        36           16    7       –        –        –
5113       Industrial and personal service paper                 1 580        11   847        53   173         145        72         34        18        14            6    1       –        –        –
512      Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries                      2 585        19 417          81 812           122        66          14       15        13           6     8       –        –        –
513      Apparel, piece goods, and notions                       2 388        14   725        69   534         237       132          53       28        16           5     2       1        –        –
5131       Piece goods and notions                                 994         5   923        25   268          82        41          19       14         4           3     –       1        –        –
5136       Men’s and boys’ clothing                                787         4   479        24   849          61        28          15        6        10           1     1       –        –        –
5137       Women’s and children’s clothing                         378         1   682         8   171          54        33          12        7         1           –     1       –        –        –
5139       Footwear                                                203         2   559        10   591          21        14           4        1         1           1     –       –        –        –

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




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12     MICHIGAN                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

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

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

           Wholesale trade       Con.
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods Con.
514     Groceries and related products                          29 201       192   832       849   133      1 225        477        231       217       180           69    37     10       2         2
5141      Groceries, general line                                6 493        44   056       195   094        124         42         20        24         9           12    13      2       1         1
5142      Packaged frozen foods                                  2 044        13   237        61   599         99         33         13        24        16           10     3      –       –         –
5143      Dairy products, exc. dried or canned                   2 032        13   021        61   475        100         50         20        10         6           11     2      1       –         –
5144      Poultry and poultry products                             180         1   118         4   963         19          6          5         7         1            –     –      –       –         –
5145      Confectionery                                          1 415         8   740        34   136         81         27         22        14        12            4     2      –       –         –

5146       Fish and seafoods                                       269         1   347         6   975          31        16           8        5         1            1     –      –       –         –
5147       Meats and meat products                               2 088        12   085        53   123         127        48          27       20        24            6     1      1       –         –
5148       Fresh fruits and vegetables                           2 147        11   843        59   933         165        71          37       24        27            4     2      –       –         –
5149       Groceries and related products, n.e.c.               12 473        87   216       370   426         428       138          75       88        84           21    14      6       1         1
515      Farm-product raw materials                              1 920          9 301         43   774         211        70          66       55        17           3      –      –        –        –
5153       Grain and field beans                                 1 343          7 542         34   785         148        39          57       42         7           3      –      –        –        –
5154       Livestock                                               430          1 005          4   188          35        11           6       11         7           –      –      –        –        –
5159       Farm-product raw materials, n.e.c.                      134            681          3   692          21        14           3        1         3           –      –      –        –        –
516      Chemicals and allied products                           5 134        52 305         222 147           495       246        120        61        55           9      3      1        –        –
5162       Plastics materials and basic shapes                   1 593        16 721          75 426           172        87         44        14        25           2      –      –        –        –
5169       Chemicals and allied products, n.e.c.                 3 534        35 528         146 005           314       151         75        47        30           7      3      1        –        –
517      Petroleum and petroleum products                        4 345        27 924         128 171           390       148          95       88        51           6     2       –        –        –
5171       Petroleum bulk stations and terminals                 3 732        23 596         109 265           294        99          68       76        43           6     2       –        –        –
5172       Petroleum products, n.e.c.                              592         4 261          18 540            90        45          26       11         8           –     –       –        –        –
518      Beer, wine, and distilled beverages                     5 314        36 415         181 543           224        70          36       44        48           14    12      –        –        –
5181       Beer and ale                                          3 693        25 090         129 636           108        16          12       22        38           11     9      –        –        –
5182       Wine and distilled beverages                          1 618        11 316          51 730           114        52          24       22        10            3     3      –        –        –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                 13 046        77   519       352   721      1 271        647        302       196        96           15    11      3       1         –
5191       Farm supplies                                         2 377        12   717        57   220        339        169        100        51        16            2     1      –       –         –
5192       Books, periodicals, and newspapers                    2 942        22   615        94   964        127         58         22        19        15            5     5      3       –         –
5193       Flowers and florists’ supplies                          985         4   284        21   166        103         46         25        18        11            3     –      –       –         –
5194       Tobacco and tobacco products                          1 878         9   986        46   643         38          7         12        10         3            2     3      –       1         –
5198       Paints, varnishes, and supplies                         880         6   711        29   289        102         41         35        14        12            –     –      –       –         –
5199       Nondurable goods, n.e.c.                              3 933        20   973       101   451        523        292        103        84        39            3     2      –       –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                             12 796       137   868       522   258        191         46         30        34        30           29    12      4       4         2

           Retail trade                                        751 944     2 135 624       9 650 376       54 869     22 933     13 819     9 030    6 252     2 036       655     78      62         4
52     Building materials and garden supplies                   29 295       116 593         552 291        2 895      1 242        759       572       265           30    26      –        –        1
521      Lumber and other building materials                    15 927        74 338         345 809        1 051        370        266       216       152           20    26      –        –        1
523      Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores                      1 831          6 678         30 114           320       173        100        42         4           1      –      –        –        –
525      Hardware stores                                         6 954        21 266          97 528           892       366        258       211        53           4      –      –        –        –
526      Retail nurseries and garden stores                      3 569        10 085          53 844           455       234          87       80        49           5      –      –        –        –
527      Mobile home dealers                                         989        4 155         24 376           164        88          46       23         7            –     –      –        –        –

53     General merchandise stores                              102 741       264 853       1 188 000        1 183        250        209       171       118           94   238     53      50         –
531      Department stores                                      88 462       229 757       1 032 493           393        13           –         –        –           61   219     50      50         –
533      Variety stores                                          5 133        10 607          41 960           436        95        146       132        58           4      –      1        –        –
539      Misc. general merchandise stores                        9 107        24 417         112 727           334       126          60       38        60           29    19      2        –        –

54     Food stores                                              98 498       262 632       1 151 744        7 055      3 268      1 652       937       655      383       157      3        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                         85 781       235 995       1 028 139        5 133      2 221      1 177       660       552      364       156      3        –        –
542      Meat and fish markets                                   1 622          4 193         18 871           303       184          67       43         8           1      –      –        –        –
543      Fruit and vegetable markets                             1 874          4 357         23 579           151        88          19       14        18           11    1       –        –        –
544      Candy, nut, and confectionery stores                        997        2 051         10 664           197       102          75       14         5           1      –      –        –        –
545      Dairy products stores                                       176           202          1 213           81        69           8        4         –            –     –      –        –        –
546      Retail bakeries                                         6 588        12 981          56 207           882       411        229       173        65           4      –      –        –        –
549      Miscellaneous food stores                               1 302          2 574         11 136           232       126          72       27         5           2      –      –        –        –

55     Automotive dealers and service stations                  73 687       354 801       1 734 444        7 135      2 893      2 361     1 082       534      208        57      –        –        –
551      New and used car dealers                               34 207       231 455       1 166 182           885        60          63      165       355      189        53      –        –        –
552      Used car dealers                                        1 633          6 969         33 916           499       377          98       19         5            –     –      –        –        –
553      Auto and home supply stores                             9 149        36 553         166 203        1 362        619        464       215        62           1     1       –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                              25 074        65 134         281 052        3 822      1 528      1 597       594        85           15    3       –        –        –
555      Boat dealers                                            1 592          5 990         37 179           222       103          67       37        14           1      –      –        –        –
556      Recreational vehicle dealers                                960        4 382         24 551           133        60          33       34         6            –     –      –        –        –
557      Motorcycle dealers                                          691        2 689         15 571           106        57          29       15         4           1      –      –        –        –
559      Automotive dealers, n.e.c.                                  180           775          3 297           36        27           5        3         1            –     –      –        –        –

56     Apparel and accessory stores                             44 105       103 559         452 416        4 900      1 902      1 681       915       326           56    15      4       1         –
561      Men’s and boys’ clothing stores                         3 930        12 774          53 995           508       174        197       119        16           1     1       –        –        –
562      Women’s clothing stores                                19 828        41 808         181 547        1 763        475        583       471       212           12    6       4        –        –
563      Women’s accessory and specialty stores                  1 496          3 638         16 927           291       145        121        23         2            –     –      –        –        –
564      Children’s and infants’ wear stores                     1 226          2 190         10 402           139        47          47       30        14           1      –      –        –        –
565      Family clothing stores                                  9 606        21 604          96 790           588       160        169       144        66           41    7       –       1         –
566      Shoe stores                                             6 668        18 570          78 059        1 280        674        492       102        11            –     1      –        –        –
569      Misc. apparel and accessory stores                      1 234          2 762         12 464           251       157          65       23         5           1      –      –        –        –

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




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

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

           Retail trade     Con.
57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores                     26   981     107   489       476   897      3 561      1 699      1 096       500       221           36    9       –        –        –
571      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                   16   293      66   210       294   743      2 050        977        586       316       139           26    6       –        –        –
5712       Furniture stores                                      8   567      38   653       170   240        892        378        269       150        72           17    6       –        –        –
5713       Floor covering stores                                 3   544      16   253        73   822        515        273        137        57        45            3    –       –        –        –
5714       Drapery and upholstery stores                             426       1   132         5   035         97         64         26         5         1            1    –       –        –        –
5719       Misc. homefurnishings stores                          3   743      10   150        45   468        537        254        153       104        21            5    –       –        –        –
572      Household appliance stores                              2   103       8   667        37   248        300        147         99        37        14            2    1       –        –        –
573      Radio, television, and computer stores                  8   508      32   453       143   892      1 185        554        408       146        67            8    2       –        –        –
5731       Radio, TV, and electronic stores                      4   403      18   564        81   073        581        293        171        61        52            4    –       –        –        –
5734       Computer and software stores                          1   338       5   757        27   777        185         96         61        20         4            2    2       –        –        –
5735       Record and prerecorded tape stores                    1   815       4   324        18   444        287         97        142        44         4            –    –       –        –        –
5736       Musical instrument stores                                 951       3   806        16   525        125         61         34        21         7            2    –       –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                              262 013       457 257       2 041 534       15 823      5 275      2 938     3 095    3 294     1 111       103      5       2         –
5812        Eating places                                      244 503       428 886       1 896 034       12 438      3 094      2 215     2 766    3 160     1 097        99      5       2         –
5813        Drinking places                                     15 171        25 681         108 929        2 413      1 346        671       278      101        13         4      –       –         –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                     85 143       260 559       1 143 295       11 833      6 249      3 020     1 696       762           85    17      3       1         –
591      Drug stores and proprietary stores                     23 231        74 533         311 260        1 695        398        407       470       396           21    2       1        –        –
592      Liquor stores                                           3 698          8 637         36 654           865       565        230        62         8            –     –      –        –        –
593      Used merchandise stores                                 3 460          8 810         40 134           529       323        111        64        26           3     2       –        –        –
594      Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                    28 134        70   618       316   514      4 344      2 306      1 192       631       181           29    4       1        –        –
5941       Sporting goods and bicycle shops                      6 171        16   600        75   232        957        561        206       121        61            8    –       –        –        –
5942       Book stores                                           3 521         7   762        34   123        421        186        130        73        25            6    1       –        –        –
5943       Stationery stores                                       637         1   829         8   835        125         68         39        17         1            –    –       –        –        –
5944       Jewelry stores                                        4 659        18   941        78   730        852        447        289       100        12            3    1       –        –        –
5945       Hobby, toy, and game shops                            2 704         6   262        30   991        362        214         79        34        24           11    –       –        –        –

5946       Camera and photographic supply stores                   448         1 546           6   966         79         31         38         9         1           –     –       –        –        –
5947       Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                     6 767        12 489          59   259      1 186        648        343       174        17           1     2       1        –        –
5948       Luggage and leather goods stores                        279           828           3   650         62         36         22         3         1           –     –       –        –        –
5949       Sewing, needlework, and piece goods                   2 943         4 353          18   640        293        108         46       100        39           –     –       –        –        –
596      Nonstore retailers                                      8   196      33   611       145   260         805       436        167       102        75           19    4       1       1         –
5961      Catalog and mail-order houses                          1   923       6   968        29   734         173       105         44        12         7            2    2       –       1         –
5962      Merchandising machine operators                        2   251      10   436        46   082         208       108         37        28        28            6    1       –       –         –
5963      Direct selling establishments                          4   022      16   207        69   444         424       223         86        62        40           11    1       1       –         –
598      Fuel dealers                                            2 484        13 149          53 395           347       122        137        77        10           1      –      –        –        –
5983       Fuel oil dealers                                        614         2 874          12 205           100        55         26        14         5           –      –      –        –        –
5984       Liquefied petroleum gas dealers                       1 854        10 233          40 936           241        62        110        63         5           1      –      –        –        –
5989       Fuel dealers, n.e.c.                                     16            42             214             5         4          1         –         –           –      –      –        –        –
599      Retail stores, n.e.c.                                  15 497        50 107         230   082      2 928      1 811        755       279        66           12     5      –       –         –
5992      Florists                                               5 331        12 264          54   524        927        555        252        90        22            4     4      –       –         –
5993      Tobacco stores and stands                                186           497           1   855         44         35          7         1         –            1     –      –       –         –
5994      News dealers and newsstands                              157           398           1   891         34         22          8         3         1            –     –      –       –         –
5995      Optical goods stores                                   2 738        13 168          55   662        526        310        155        49        11            1     –      –       –         –
5999      Miscellaneous retail stores, n.e.c.                    7 066        23 739         115   952      1 379        872        332       136        32            6     1      –       –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                             29 481       207 881         909   755        484        155        103        62        77           33    33     10       8         3

           Finance, insurance, and real estate                 203 010     1 358 902       5 863 037       17 328      9 924      3 638     2 157    1 049       323       150     49      25        13
60     Depository institutions                                  69 852       388 654       1 653 033        3 918        864      1 391     1 072       398      111        55     14       8         5
601      Central reserve depository                                  (E)           (D)             (D)           1          –          –         –        –            –     –      1        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                       52 469       295 871       1 252 894        2 572        401        962       782       278           85    41     11       8         4
603      Savings institutions                                    7 953        45 061         204 836           538       143        230       116        30           7     9       2        –        1
606      Credit unions                                           8 719        42 612         178 654           758       283        192       170        90           19    4       –        –        –
609      Functions closely related to banking                        (E)           (D)             (D)          48        36           7        4         –            –     1      –        –        –

61     Nondepository institutions                               14 183       120 205         535 176           709       317        159       123        66           23    14      4       2         1
611      Federal and Federally-sponsored credit                      243        2 812           8 290           32          9          9       12         2            –     –      –        –        –
614      Personal credit institutions                            4 071        30 779         127 347           175        82          43       17        16           9     6       1       1         –
615      Business credit institutions                            2 054        28 096          98 443           113        57          24       14        10           4     2       2        –        –
616      Mortgage bankers and brokers                            7 795        58 457         300 413           380       162          81       80        38           10    6       1       1         1

62     Security and commodity brokers                            6 385        95 253         411 813           766       496        106        84        57           16    7       –        –        –
621      Security brokers and dealers                            4 954        83 293         346 735           454       257          57       74        47           12    7       –        –        –
622      Commodity contracts brokers, dealers                         12           165          1 172            6          6          –         –        –            –     –      –        –        –
628      Security and commodity services                         1 407        11 778          63 759           301       229          48       10        10           4      –      –        –        –

63     Insurance carriers                                       49 989       395 660       1 630 728        1 407        702        175       182       197           74    43     18       9         7
631      Life insurance                                         11 858        87 858         340 539           316        67          50       75        76           27    13      3       5         –
632      Medical service and health insurance                   10 839        90 795         387 916            93        26         16        14        15           6     6       7       1         2
6321      Accident and health insurance                            964         6 363          26 311            26        11          9         2         1           1     –       2       –         –
6324      Hospital and medical service plans                     9 875        84 432         361 605            67        15          7        12        14           5     6       5       1         2
633      Fire, marine, and casualty insurance                   21 539       191 682         778 041           633       408          52       39        65           35    19      8       3         4
635      Surety insurance                                             79           650          3 249           17        11           4        2         –            –     –      –        –        –
636      Title insurance                                         1 721        10 631          50 876           100        27          24       22        22           2     3       –        –        –
637      Pension, health, and welfare funds                      3 909        13 724          66 817           234       152          28       29        18           4     2       –        –        1
639      Insurance carriers, n.e.c.                                   35           261          1 015            6          4          –        1         1            –     –      –        –        –

64     Insurance agents, brokers, and service                   20 967       138 618         620 527        3 894      2 794        656       273       124           35    10      2        –        –

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




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14     MICHIGAN                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

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

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

           Finance, insurance, and real estate       Con.
65     Real estate                                              33 436       144   801       673   173      5 972      4 317      1 050       367       162           52     13     7       4         –
651     Real estate operators and lessors                       12 705        45   787       211   486      2 415      1 687        479       162        61           19      5     1       1         –
653     Real estate agents and managers                         17 489        81   357       370   320      2 932      2 207        454       155        72           28      7     6       3         –
654     Title abstract offices                                     893         4   627        25   755        104         37         42        17         7            –      1     –       –         –
655     Subdividers and developers                               2 213        12   569        61   341        387        260         70        31        21            5      –     –       –         –
6552       Subdividers and developers, n.e.c.                      862         5   379        26   833        199        151         28        11         7            2      –     –       –         –
6553       Cemetery subdividers and developers                   1 328         6   845        31   875        159         81         41        20        14            3      –     –       –         –
67     Holding and other investment offices                      5 085        49 039         219 595           638       432          95       52        43           9       6     1       –         –
671      Holding offices                                         2 650        30 353         134 964           175        92          28       22        22           5       5     1       –         –
672      Investment offices                                         76           537           2 384            16        11           3        2         –           –       –     –       –         –
673      Trusts                                                  1 422         9 465          38 497           271       200          36       19        14           1       1     –       –         –
6732       Educational, religious, etc. trusts                     658         4 556          18 931            97        60          17        9        11           –       –     –       –         –
6733       Trusts, n.e.c.                                          764         4 909          19 566           174       140          19       10         3           1       1     –       –         –
679      Miscellaneous investing                                   840         7 077          33 764           153       111          26        8         5           3       –     –       –         –
6792       Oil royalty traders                                      55           616           2 909             8         5           2        –         1           –       –     –       –         –
6794       Patent owners and lessors                               432         3 846          18 590            54        31          12        6         3           2       –     –       –         –
6798       Real estate investment trusts                            23           124             655            10         8           2        –         –           –       –     –       –         –
6799       Investors, n.e.c.                                       330         2 491          11 610            81        67          10        2         1           1       –     –       –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                              3 113        26 672         118 992            24         2           6        4         2           3       2     3       2         –
           Services                                         1 077 466      5 535 788      24 942 423       76 751     42 582     16 794     9 452    4 779     1 547       1 135   281     96        85
70     Hotels and other lodging places                          32 279        81 390         358   760      1 688        911        198       231       205           69     58     12      4         –
701     Hotels and motels                                       30 809        77 968         338   137      1 331        644        146       210       190           67     58     12      4         –
702     Rooming and boarding houses                                138           276           1   292         34         23          7         3         1            –      –      –      –         –
703     Camps and recreational vehicle parks                     1 016         2 580          16   916        239        183         30        11        13            2      –      –      –         –
7032       Sporting and recreational camps                         710         1 673          10   633        110         72         18         9         9            2      –      –      –         –
7033       Trailer parks and campsites                             306           907           6   278        128        110         12         2         4            –      –      –      –         –
704     Membership-basis organization hotels                       255           477           1   875         69         49         15         5         –            –      –      –      –         –
72     Personal services                                        45 483       122 816         539   651      6 826      3 971      1 696       880       210           39     20     9       1         –
721      Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                15 577        46 886         210   434      1 905      1 063        461       254        84           27     13     2       1         –
7211       Power laundries, family and commercial                  864         2 994          12   298         55         20         14        12         5            2      2     –       –         –
7212       Garment pressing and cleaners’ agents                   175           347           1   430         50         37          9         4         –            –      –     –       –         –
7213       Linen supply                                          1 701         7 419          31   053         58         18          8        14         7            6      4     1       –         –
7215       Coin-operated laundries and cleaning                  2 337         4 761          20   296        487        289        157        36         3            2      –     –       –         –
7216       Drycleaning plants, except rug                        5 579        13 102          60   469        700        318        191       144        41            3      3     –       –         –
7217       Carpet and upholstery cleaning                        1 266         3   331        17   226        285        203         46        22        13            1      –     –       –         –
7218       Industrial launderers                                 2 797        12   415        55   626         56         11          7        13         9           10      4     1       1         –
7219       Laundry and garment services, n.e.c.                    745         2   307        10   048        141        103         22         8         5            3      –     –       –         –
722      Photographic studios, portrait                          2 092         4   853        23   355        448        309         74        55         9            1      –     –       –         –
723      Beauty shops                                           14 546        36   039       158   516      2 682      1 527        739       348        64            4      –     –       –         –
724      Barber shops                                              364         1   178         5   209         98         67         22         9         –            –      –     –       –         –
725      Shoe repair and shoeshine parlors                         606         1   595         6   641         84         46         14        22         1            –      1     –       –         –
726      Funeral service and crematories                         3 741        16   879        80   829        583        288        176        94        25            –      –     –       –         –
729      Miscellaneous personal services                         8 446        15   124        51   636        931        583        204        97        27            7      6     7       –         –
7291       Tax return preparation services                       5 300         8   172        20   319        296        150         66        51        14            4      4     7       –         –
7299       Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c.               3 146         6   952        31   317        635        433        138        46        13            3      2     –       –         –
73     Business services                                       197 272       945   872     4 168   514      9 669      5 328      1 685     1 076       802      331        315     96     25        11
731      Advertising                                             8 592        79   363       319   489        603        352        124        63        36       12          9      6      1         –
7311       Advertising agencies                                  6 522        68   013       270   063        399        225         77        49        28        8          6      5      1         –
7312       Outdoor advertising services                            394         3   267        13   887         25         14          2         4         4        –          1      –      –         –
7313       Radio, TV, publisher representatives                    392         4   116        17   902         67         35         25         6         –        1          –      –      –         –
7319       Advertising, n.e.c.                                   1 132         3   643        15   512         66         37         17         4         3        2          2      1      –         –
732      Credit reporting and collection                         2 416        12   851        58   711        196         75         49        43        22        3          4      –      –         –
7322       Adjustment and collection services                    1 633         8   024        36   294        143         60         40        24        14        2          3      –      –         –
7323       Credit reporting services                               783         4   827        22   417         53         15          9        19         8        1          1      –      –         –
733      Mailing, reproduction, stenographic                     7 069        39   669       177   844        927        618        157        82        50       13          5      2      –         –
7331       Direct mail advertising services                      2 315        13   426        58   906         91         43         17         9        12        6          2      2      –         –
7334       Photocopying and duplicating services                 1 486         6   928        30   243        128         59         24        23        18        2          2      –      –         –
7335       Commercial photography                                  419         2   479        12   608        116         94         15         4         3        –          –      –      –         –
7336       Commercial art and graphic design                     1 794        11   846        53   396        372        255         73        33         8        2          1      –      –         –
7338       Secretarial and court reporting                       1 054         4   989        22   682        218        165         28        13         9        3          –      –      –         –
734      Services to buildings                                  23 118        57   764       255   552      1 855      1 036        370       221       151       41         27      7      1         1
7342       Disinfecting and pest control services                1 119         4   991        23   340        167        101         26        26        13        1          –      –      –         –
7349       Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                21 969        52   730       231   780      1 669        918        343       194       138       40         27      7      1         1
735      Misc. equipment rental and leasing                      6 721        37   883       178   424        730        372        210        87        48        9          3      –      1         –
7352       Medical equipment rental                              1 361         8   421        39   064        117         43         34        23        13        3          1      –      –         –
7353       Heavy construction equipment rental                   1 610         9   742        45   218         91         49         15        16        10        –          –      –      1         –
7359       Equipment rental and leasing, n.e.c.                  3 548        18   534        88   564        508        269        159        48        25        6          1      –      –         –
736      Personnel supply services                              81 984       271   912     1 247   637      1 161        383        121       107       170      130        176     55     15         4
7361       Employment agencies                                  10 455        36   859       154   589        381        223         60        38        34       13         10      2      –         1
7363       Help supply services                                 71 529       235   053     1 092   530        774        154         61        69       136      117        166     53     15         3
737      Computer and data processing services                  31 342       298   314     1 260   699      1 655        936        251       221       135       56         35     14      3         4
7371       Computer programming services                         5 823        54   971       250   956        595        386         84        70        35       11          6      2      1         –
7372       Prepackaged software                                  3 023        40   561       180   008        176         93         37        23        15        5          2      –      –         1
7373       Computer integrated systems design                    3 143        30   039       126   406        168         85         33        28        12        6          2      1      1         –
7374       Data processing and preparation                      13 911       128   865       506   072        266         90         33        49        39       24         19      9      –         3
7375       Information retrieval services                          303         2   173        11   410         21         10          5         3         2        –          1      –      –         –
7376       Computer   facilities management                        989         7   840        34   714          24         6           5        5         2           5       –      1      –         –
7377       Computer   rental and leasing                           147         1   319         5   548          19         9           5        2         3           –       –      –      –         –
7378       Computer   maintenance and repair                     1 563        11   482        48   993         141        75          23       24        13           5       1      –      –         –
7379       Computer   related services, n.e.c.                   2 373        20   796        92   952         191       131          25       15        14           –       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.




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

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

           Services Con.
73     Business services Con.
738      Miscellaneous business services                        35 307       145 079         645   691      2 111      1 172        371       243       184           67    56     12       4         2
7381       Detective and armored car services                   13 970        35 787         155   907        349        143         47        32        63           29    22     10       2         1
7382       Security systems services                             1 457         8 467          35   849         72         20         15        21        10            3     3      –       –         –
7383       News syndicates                                          82           602           2   492          8          1          5         1         1            –     –      –       –         –
7384       Photofinishing laboratories                           1 598         6 768          31   534        158         68         57        22         5            3     3      –       –         –
7389       Business services, n.e.c.                            18 194        93 450         419   728      1 520        937        246       167       105           32    28      2       2         1
75     Auto repair, services, and parking                       34 430       144   215       650   361      6 416      3 985      1 678       578       137           25    8       5        –        –
751      Automotive rentals, no drivers                          3 866        19   816        87   033        319        179         81        40         8            4    3       4        –        –
7513       Truck rental and leasing, no drivers                  1 667        10   227        44   270        138         67         38        25         5            1    –       2        –        –
7514       Passenger car rental                                  1 985         8   255        36   987        125         69         36        10         2            3    3       2        –        –
7515       Passenger car leasing                                   151         1   155         4   897         30         21          4         4         1            –    –       –        –        –
7519       Utility trailer rental                                   61             174             831         22         18          3         1         –            –    –       –        –        –
752      Automobile parking                                      1 326         3   694        16   066        149         91         29        17         8            2    1       1        –        –
753      Automotive repair shops                                20 383        97   895       444   116      4 689      3 100      1 194       326        56           10    3       –        –        –
7532       Top and body repair and paint shops                   7 294        37   765       168   074      1 431        893        371       136        20            8    3       –        –        –
7533       Auto exhaust system repair shops                      1 765         8   185        39   357        382        207        157        17         1            –    –       –        –        –
7534       Tire retreading and repair shops                        333         1   563         7   008         44         22         12         5         5            –    –       –        –        –
7536       Automotive glass replacement shops                    1 213         6   324        29   671        219        104         92        18         4            1    –       –        –        –
7537       Automotive transmission repair shops                    825         3   832        16   602        218        146         61        10         1            –    –       –        –        –
7538       General automotive repair shops                       7 360        33   088       147   912      1 966      1 409        420       117        19            1    –       –        –        –
7539       Automotive repair shops, n.e.c.                       1 567         7   063        34   568        388        278         81        23         6            –    –       –        –        –
754      Automotive services, except repair                      8 705        22   340        99   161      1 177        546        363       193        65            9    1       –        –        –
7542       Carwashes                                             4 672         9   467        41   668        595        297        131       116        45            6    –       –        –        –
7549       Automotive services, n.e.c.                           3 977        12   796        56   958        570        239        232        77        18            3    1       –        –        –
76     Miscellaneous repair services                            15 869        87   557       403   152      2 492      1 595        493       259       111           25    9       –        –        –
762      Electrical repair shops                                 4 614        26   363       120   338        627        377        145        63        29            9    4       –        –        –
7622       Radio and television repair                             742         3   584        15   201        186        135         36        10         5            –    –       –        –        –
7623       Refrigeration service and repair                        620         4   247        19   761         83         42         19        17         4            1    –       –        –        –
7629       Electrical repair shops, n.e.c.                       3 251        18   526        85   342        357        199         90        36        20            8    4       –        –        –
763      Watch, clock, and jewelry repair                          217             742         3   223         68         55         10         3         –            –    –       –        –        –
764      Reupholstery and furniture repair                         820         2   706        11   668        202        152         35        10         4            1    –       –        –        –
769      Miscellaneous repair shops                             10 112        57   379       263   869      1 514        938        296       182        78           15    5       –        –        –
7692       Welding repair                                        1 375         7   033        32   067        201        133         38        17         9            3    1       –        –        –
7694       Armature rewinding shops                                941         6   453        29   988         90         31         21        25        13            –    –       –        –        –
7699       Repair services, n.e.c.                               7 796        43   893       201   814      1 223        774        237       140        56           12    4       –        –        –
78     Motion pictures                                          12 101        36  125        153 515        1 246        621        289       215        99           15    5       1        –        1
781      Motion picture production and services                  2 652        18  283         77 477          213        153         34        10         8            4    3       –        –        1
7812       Motion picture and video production                     677         5  653         23 633          163        127         23         7         5            1    –       –        –        –
7819       Services allied to motion pictures                    1 975        12  630         53 844           50         26         11         3         3            3    3       –        –        1
782      Motion picture distribution and services                  359         1  796          7 933           19          6          6         3         3            –    1       –        –        –
7822       Motion picture and tape distribution                    338         1  668          7 302           16          6          3         3         3            –    1       –        –        –
7829       Motion picture distribution services                     21            128            631            3          –          3         –         –            –    –       –        –        –
783      Motion picture theaters                                 3 879          7 086         31 250          228         57         40        59        61           10    1       –        –        –
7832       Motion picture theaters, except drive-in              3 854          6 888         30 240          214         45         39        58        61           10    1       –        –        –
7833       Drive-in motion picture theaters                         25            198            942           10          8          1         1         –            –    –       –        –        –
784      Video tape rental                                       5 203          8 946         36 562          777        397        208       143        27            1    –       1        –        –
79     Amusement and recreation services                        36 426       104 837         585   923      2 956      1 615        459       416       331           96    30      5       3         1
791      Dance studios, schools, and halls                         805         1 166           4   442        158         89         50        15         4            –     –      –       –         –
792      Producers, orchestras, entertainers                     3 172        10 625          46   987        254        174         34        19        14            9     3      –       1         –
7922       Theatrical producers and services                     2 248         5 454          23   577        131         78         18        14        12            8     –      –       1         –
7929       Entertainers and entertainment groups                   916         5 162          23   379        119         93         15         5         2            1     3      –       –         –
793      Bowling centers                                         7 101        15 373          54   391        386         70         61       123       114           16     2      –       –         –
794      Commercial sports                                       3 669        24 545         172   002        102         71          7         5         9            1     4      3       1         1
7941       Sports clubs, managers, and promoters                 2 614        20 743         148   470         42         26          –         2         7            1     3      1       1         1
7948       Racing, including track operation                     1 055         3 802          23   532         60         45          7         3         2            –     1      2       –         –
799      Misc. amusement, recreation services                   21 472        52 731         304   855      1 973      1 143        298       251       187           70    21      2       1         –
7991       Physical fitness facilities                           3 637         7 290          30   427        297        140         59        47        38            7     6      –       –         –
7992       Public golf courses                                   2 177         5 683          47   668        310        189         54        37        24            6     –      –       –         –
7993       Coin-operated amusement devices                         740         2 063           8   725        115         67         29        11         7            1     –      –       –         –
7996       Amusement parks                                         221           415           4   701         50         38          6         4         1            1     –      –       –         –
7997       Membership sports and recreation clubs                7 820        22 319         144   295        502        249         61        73        70           43     5      1       –         –
7999       Amusement and recreation, n.e.c.                      6 868        14 913          68   523        684        445         89        79        47           12    10      1       1         –
80     Health services                                         375 007     2 267   587    10 372 952       16   697    7 912      4 856     2 226       815      342       375     74      36        61
801      Offices and clinics of medical doctors                 49 856       451   926     2 380 529        5   946    2 953      1 702       824       386       51        22      5       3         –
802      Offices and clinics of dentists                        26 925       134   280       655 700        4   337    1 808      1 834       615        72        6         2      –       –         –
803      Offices of osteopathic physicians                       8 015        58   356       305 376        1   149      507        391       202        43        5         1      –       –         –
804      Offices of other health practitioners                  11 015        53   289       251 916        2   680    1 922        559       151        40        6         2      –       –         –
8041       Offices and clinics of chiropractors                  2 872        10   326        46 217            945      777        145        18         4        1         –      –       –         –
8042       Offices and clinics of optometrists                   2 891        13   870        62 869            602      369        175        52         3        3         –      –       –         –
8043       Offices and clinics of podiatrists                    1 674         8   703        45 965            398      238        137        23         –        –         –      –       –         –
8049       Offices of health practitioners, n.e.c.               3 557        20   254        95 612            707      512        100        58        33        2         2      –       –         –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                   52 060       166   838       723 195            750       95         66       170        46      140       223     10       –         –
806      Hospitals                                             190 387     1 224   240     5 246 703            223        4          –         3         3       13        59     48      32        61
807      Medical and dental laboratories                         7 429        38   808       169 349            504      281        102        71        25       10        10      4       1         –
8071       Medical laboratories                                  5 759        30   361       132 551            223      108         39        36        20        5        10      4       1         –
8072       Dental laboratories                                   1 668         8   441        36 736            279      171         63        35         5        5         –      –       –         –
808      Home health care services                              18 443        68   041       311 266            431       66         56        62       111       91        42      3       –         –
809      Health and allied services, n.e.c.                     10 634        70 484         317 377            590      208        133       124        87           20    14      4        –        –

81     Legal services                                           26 822       231 627       1 161 470        4 810      3 490        718       368       177           38    14      5        –        –

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




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16     MICHIGAN                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

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

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

           Services Con.
82     Educational services                                     42 235       167 520         694 561        1 221        494        182       193       211           79    34     12      11         5
821      Elementary and secondary schools                       13 616        50 633         204 483           475        66          73      105       157           58    14      2        –        –
822      Colleges and universities                              23 472        90 630         379 008           100        20           8        6        12           12    16     10      11         5
823      Libraries                                                   228           482          2 235           42        24          11        6         1            –     –      –        –        –
824      Vocational schools                                      2 783        16 603          69 147           176        84          29       32        21           6     4       –        –        –
829      Schools and educational services, n.e.c.                2 048          8 924         37 585           380       260          55       42        20           3      –      –        –        –

83     Social services                                          74 211       226 708         976 924        5 735      2 695      1 055     1 155       550      171        95     11       3         –
832      Individual and family services                         17 959        64 310         276 892        1 325        630        266       200       158           46    22      2       1         –
833      Job training and related services                      12 080        30 926         138 465           304        63          55       65        44           40    34      2       1         –
835      Child day care services                                11 850        25 585         103 157        1 546        874        256       281       123           9     2       1        –        –
836      Residential care                                       24 514        73 474         317 362        1 769        596        361       542       181           60    26      3        –        –
839      Social services, n.e.c.                                 7 463        31 830         135 281           511       274        100        64        42           16    11      3       1         –

84     Museums, botanical, zoological gardens                    1 789          5 275         24 948            76        34          13       13        12           2     1       –       1         –
841      Museums and art galleries                               1 635          4 763         22 488            66        30          12       12         8           2     1       –       1         –
842      Botanical and zoological gardens                            154           512          2 460           10          4          1        1         4            –     –      –        –        –

86     Membership organizations                                 73 383       217 015         897 740        8 523      4 821      2 025       978       520      128        41      5       4         1
861      Business associations                                   3 067        21 127          88 002           408       273          84       28        11           11     –      1        –        –
862      Professional organizations                              1 421          9 280         38 417           167       104          35       12        14           1      –      1        –        –
863      Labor organizations                                    12 551        45 636         187 970        1 051        440        285       215        77           20    10      2       2         –
864      Civic and social associations                          11 249        25 443         110 745        1 404        852        307       127        78           29    11      –        –        –
865      Political organizations                                     436        1 203           5 571           64        51           4        3         4           1     1       –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                42 920       108 479         442 255        5 154      2 909      1 268       567       327           61    18      1       2         1
869      Membership organizations, n.e.c.                        1 738          5 846         24 765           271       188          42       26         9           5     1       –        –        –

87     Engineering and management services                      87 931       681 990       3 068 045        7 582      4 726      1 302       749       498      160       109     31       3         4
871      Engineering and architectural services                 34   860     329   302     1 478 657        2 380      1 349        409       269       213           71    52     14       1         2
8711       Engineering services                                 29   986     293   698     1 302 983        1 620        876        242       192       178           66    50     13       1         2
8712       Architectural services                                3   436      28   638       137 365          479        292        112        42        26            4     2      1       –         –
8713       Surveying services                                    1   303       6   228        31 494          192         99         50        34         8            1     –      –       –         –
872      Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                  17 021       112 696         505 247        2 620      1 749        506       237        89           25    10      3       1         –
873      Research and testing services                          12   592      83   177       358   393         434       201          73       52        61           22    18      5       1         1
8731      Commercial physical research                           1   811      16   560        68   174         103        55          14       13        12            4     4      1       –         –
8732      Commercial nonphysical research                        6   298      22   532       100   744         134        61          20       12        21           10     6      3       –         1
8733      Noncommercial research organizations                   1   596      16   345        65   884          51        30          10        3         –            3     4      –       1         –
8734      Testing laboratories                                   2   885      27   737       123   366         143        52          29       24        28            5     4      1       –         –
874      Management and public relations                        23 446       156   720       724   900      2 140      1 420        313       191       135           42    29      9        –        1
8741      Management services                                   13 791        74   505       339   617        656        337        107        87        72           25    21      6        –        1
8742      Management consulting services                         6 863        56   099       266   167        969        688        139        76        47            9     8      2        –        –
8743      Public relations services                                628         4   863        22   572        118         90         14         8         4            2     –      –        –        –
8744      Facilities support services                              751         8   712        36   333         19          7          4         1         4            2     –      1        –        –
8748      Business consulting, n.e.c.                            1 308        11   901        57   095        347        271         48        17         8            3     –      –        –        –

89     Services, n.e.c.                                          4 889        33 187         148 976           439       288          62       50        33            5     –      –       –         1
––     Administrative and auxiliary                             17 339       182 067         736 931           375        96          83       65        68           22    21     15       5         –

           Unclassified establishments                           7 081        16 600         113 240        5 365      4 968        247       119        30            –     1      –        –        –

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




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

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

                Total number of employees                 3 450 693        197 865       309 337        395 717       556 156        426 185       510 404        286 056        216 571       552 402
                Total payroll, annual ($1,000)          92 520 045      5 052 195      6 255 816     8 507 859     12 570 754     10 005 987    12 947 718     8 155 388       6 547 959    22 476 369


       AGRICULTURAL SERVICES,
        FORESTRY, AND FISHING
         Number of employees                                 16 530          2 744         3 886          4 238         3 528          1 050             (D)             (D)           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           318 959         77 289        65 167         74 113        61 480         17 495             (D)             (D)           –              –
07     Agricultural services
         Number of employees                                 16 011          2 657         3 812          4 160         3 248          1 050             (D)             (D)           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           307 899         74 760        63 274         72 138        56 817         17 495             (D)             (D)           –              –
08     Forestry
         Number of employees                                     312            55             (D)           (D)           134              –              –               –           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                              7 557         1 582             (D)           (D)         2 967              –              –               –           –              –
09     Fishing, hunting, and trapping
         Number of employees                                      (C)           (D)            (D)           (D)           146              –              –               –           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                                 (D)           (D)            (D)           (D)         1 696              –              –               –           –              –
––     Administrative and auxiliary
         Number of employees                                      (A)           (D)              –             –              –             –              –               –           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                                 (D)           (D)              –             –              –             –              –               –           –              –


       MINING
         Number of employees                                  8 540             (D)          709            868         1 501            822             (D)               –          (D)           (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           307 749             (D)       22 210         34 238        55 311         28 697             (D)               –          (D)           (D)
10     Metal mining
        Number of employees                                       (H)           14             (D)           (D)            (D)             –              –               –          (D)           (D)
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                                  (D)          547             (D)           (D)            (D)             –              –               –          (D)           (D)
12     Coal mining
         Number of employees                                      (B)           (D)              –             –            (D)             –              –               –           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                                 (D)           (D)              –             –            (D)             –              –               –           –              –
13     Oil and gas extraction
         Number of employees                                  3 354            267           406            455           839            564           823                 –           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           113 841          8 513        11 007         17 420        32 954         17 937        26 010                 –           –              –
14     Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels
        Number of employees                                   1 962             (D)           264           366           559             (D)            (D)               –           –              –
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             72 694             (D)         9 872        15 042        17 104             (D)            (D)               –           –              –
––     Administrative and auxiliary
         Number of employees                                      (C)           (D)            (D)           (D)            (D)           (D)              –               –            –             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                                 (D)           (D)            (D)           (D)            (D)           (D)              –               –            –             –


       CONSTRUCTION
         Number of employees                                128 660         22 036        25 161         27 028        25 445         15 279             (D)             (D)           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         3 991 727        648 445       628 861        785 135       857 054        556 154             (D)             (D)           –              –
15     General contractors and operative builders
        Number of employees                                  31 425          7 328         7 107          6 383         4 925          3 013         1 424             1 245           –              –
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            863 714        203 473       162 155        162 582       139 639         94 653        40 558            60 654           –              –
16     Heavy construction, except building
        Number of employees                                  11 462             (D)            (D)           (D)            (D)           (D)            (D)             (D)            –             –
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            523 178             (D)            (D)           (D)            (D)           (D)            (D)             (D)            –             –
17     Special trade contractors
         Number of employees                                 85 630         13 920        16 675         18 726        17 617         10 075         7 048             1 569           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         2 588 904        397 071       404 428        525 197       571 167        368 128       258 637            64 276           –              –
––     Administrative and auxiliary
         Number of employees                                    143             (D)            (D)           (D)            (D)           (D)              –               –            –             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            15 931             (D)            (D)           (D)            (D)           (D)              –               –            –             –


       MANUFACTURING
         Number of employees                               906 672           9 407        19 352        38 989         89 863         93 235       157 926       111 345          72 167       314 388
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                       35 236 160         283 731       499 163     1 154 777      2 851 175      3 010 708     5 181 008     3 760 809       2 964 560    15 530 229
20     Food and kindred products
         Number of employees                                 38 480            260           585          1 267         3 033          3 889         8 479          8 219          7 546         5 202
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 129 485          6 968        12 103         28 896        68 105        105 479       224 111        250 591        205 001       228 231
22     Textile mill products
         Number of employees                                  1 555             42             74           122             (D)          320             (D)               –          (D)             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            54 632            895          1 352         2 086             (D)        5 937             (D)               –          (D)             –
23     Apparel and other textile products
         Number of employees                                 16 932            247            346           332           926             (D)        2 371             1 279          (D)       10 048
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           572 489          4 185          5 326         5 810        14 413             (D)       45 415            31 139          (D)      433 925
24     Lumber and wood products
         Number of employees                                 15 471            933         1 373          2 447         3 685             (D)        4 047               (D)           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           350 308         15 910        23 707         45 719        80 431             (D)      109 686               (D)           –              –
25     Furniture and fixtures
         Number of employees                                 31 030            210           526            608         2 572             (D)        5 852          4 603          2 853            (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           989 883          5 331        10 363         13 947        66 966             (D)      164 027        136 257         87 044            (D)

26     Paper and allied products
         Number of employees                                 20 663             53            195           437         1 889          3 460         5 634          5 405             (D)           (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           738 304          1 158          4 436        11 447        49 993        101 705       190 318        201 034             (D)           (D)

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




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18     MICHIGAN                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

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

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

       MANUFACTURING Con.
27     Printing and publishing
         Number of employees                                 48 205          1 834         2 926          4 151         7 514          7 189         6 778         10 421             (D)           (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 309 558         35 077        57 113         98 776       208 839        202 776       170 560        324 368             (D)           (D)
28     Chemicals and allied products
         Number of employees                                 31 055            229           458            920         2 299          3 060         4 727             1 534       2 059        15 769
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 253 322          7 049        14 985         31 751        76 683        107 434       198 985            55 221      90 381       670 833
29     Petroleum and coal products
         Number of employees                                  1 992             71             66           186           306             (D)          877               (D)           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            88 356          3 793          2 643         8 189        14 102             (D)       33 622               (D)           –              –

30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics
        products
         Number of employees                                 57 914            340           696          1 892         6 173         10 464        18 462         14 068             (D)           (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 490 392         13 819        16 433         51 916       161 148        251 695       450 634        361 734             (D)           (D)

31     Leather and leather products
         Number of employees                                  2 577             27             28            36             (D)             –            (D)           1 373          (D)             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            62 171            457            433           443             (D)             –            (D)          27 610          (D)             –

32     Stone, clay, and glass products
         Number of employees                                 15 464            394           724          1 412         2 860          1 734         2 830               (D)       2 068            (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           530 895         13 928        22 446         48 177        86 446         57 521        88 242               (D)      98 156            (D)

33     Primary metal industries
         Number of employees                                 41 066            140           419          1 197         3 758          3 684        10 515          6 260          1 785        13 308
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 549 042          6 564        10 326         35 661       120 872        111 463       345 551        192 728         73 349       652 528

34     Fabricated metal products
         Number of employees                                111 371            982         2 669          6 693        16 621         17 942        28 337         11 734          3 214       23 179
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         3 866 898         43 226        68 683        184 103       495 321        549 702       855 285        387 245         93 554    1 189 779

35     Industrial machinery and equipment
         Number of employees                                115 495          2 308         5 740         11 895        25 146         19 068        23 556         12 346          8 447         6 989
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         4 554 944         74 389       171 518        401 587       946 720        745 179       957 402        503 482        406 304       348 363

36     Electronic and other electronic equipment
         Number of employees                                 21 956            219           504            892         2 677          3 549         5 039          4 143             (D)           (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           640 596          6 632        13 467         27 678        81 138         98 351       138 770        121 801             (D)           (D)

37     Transportation equipment
         Number of employees                                191 669            335           607          1 415         3 452          4 876        12 256         13 337         11 835      143 556
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         9 042 306         20 166        14 065         40 215        90 312        127 683       371 820        443 938        406 100    7 528 007

38     Instruments and related products
         Number of employees                                 20 551            226           370            988         1 924             (D)        3 051          4 360             (D)        6 571
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           740 921          7 742        11 343         30 194        60 293             (D)       88 217        142 689             (D)      297 937

39     Miscellaneous manufacturing industries
         Number of employees                                  7 669            424           707          1 143         1 270             (D)        2 109               (D)          (D)             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           212 946          8 874        14 838         26 844        32 923             (D)       72 520               (D)          (D)             –

––     Administrative and auxiliary
         Number of employees                                115 557            133           339            956         3 550          5 986        12 480          9 769         20 562       61 782
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         6 058 712          7 568        23 583         61 338       192 272        337 306       660 950        485 501      1 119 494    3 170 700


       TRANSPORTATION AND PUBLIC
        UTILITIES
         Number of employees                                150 997          6 398         9 119         12 825        24 650         20 400        27 356         18 486         14 787        16 976
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         5 238 612        187 554       225 307        338 611       748 744        710 244       977 336        735 064        681 733       634 019

41     Local and interurban passenger transit
         Number of employees                                  6 279             (D)            (D)          839         1 845          1 612         1 099               (D)           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            93 955             (D)            (D)       10 377        26 383         24 657        21 020               (D)           –              –

42     Trucking and warehousing
         Number of employees                                 46 251          2 848         3 506          5 304         9 510             (D)        6 207               (D)          (D)           (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 355 000         75 501        81 369        138 947       263 382             (D)      200 954               (D)          (D)           (D)

44     Water transportation
        Number of employees                                   1 242            230             (D)           (D)            (D)           (D)              –               –            –             –
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             46 740         10 253             (D)           (D)            (D)           (D)              –               –            –             –

45     Transportation by air
         Number of employees                                 17 110            216            347           821         1 221          1 462         2 489               (D)          (D)           (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           567 994         10 364          7 794        18 306        32 228         48 647        61 609               (D)          (D)           (D)

46     Pipelines, except natural gas
         Number of employees                                     201            (D)            (D)           (D)            (D)           (D)              –               –            –             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                              9 290            (D)            (D)           (D)            (D)           (D)              –               –            –             –

47     Transportation services
         Number of employees                                  9 977          1 595         2 160          1 305         1 824             (D)        1 706               (D)           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           242 730         29 763        41 441         30 892        51 013             (D)       55 052               (D)           –              –

48     Communication
         Number of employees                                 35 358            979         1 492          2 635         5 886             (D)        8 343          8 194             (D)             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 285 903         42 572        46 466         67 446       187 653             (D)      305 534        314 603             (D)             –

49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services
         Number of employees                                 32 935             (D)          727          1 505         3 652          4 248         6 669          5 753          8 014            (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 568 126             (D)       25 726         61 832       158 128        196 733       300 281        273 904        432 013            (D)

––     Administrative and auxiliary
         Number of employees                                  1 644             34            135            56           298            278           843                 –           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            68 874          1 523          8 827         2 647        10 815         12 176        32 886                 –           –              –

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




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

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

       WHOLESALE TRADE
         Number of employees                                199 793         13 780        23 085        34 675         47 768        29 034         25 975         10 933             (D)           (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         6 857 762        510 013       701 060     1 119 012      1 601 718     1 005 231        909 686        425 878             (D)           (D)

50     Wholesale trade - durable goods
        Number of employees                                 115 756          9 715        15 860         23 410        30 598         16 453        11 729          4 384             (D)           (D)
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          4 209 268        375 180       501 081        799 463     1 094 243        597 609       456 901        186 991             (D)           (D)

51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods
        Number of employees                                  71 241          3 959         7 032         10 800        16 216         10 442        12 259          5 137             (D)           (D)
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          2 126 236        128 807       190 871        298 530       474 038        315 812       371 729        180 178             (D)           (D)

––     Administrative and auxiliary
         Number of employees                                 12 796            106            193           465           954          2 139         1 987             1 412          (D)           (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           522 258          6 026          9 108        21 019        33 437         91 810        81 056            58 709          (D)           (D)


       RETAIL TRADE
         Number of employees                                751 944         43 508        92 293       121 101        188 867       137 108         91 346         26 824         39 652        11 245
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         9 650 376        707 124     1 068 827     1 343 139      2 172 928     1 757 896      1 332 242        387 777        505 621       374 822

52     Building materials and garden supplies
         Number of employees                                 29 295          2 503         5 168          7 632         7 437             (D)        3 210                 –           –            (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           552 291         58 398        92 501        141 773       150 283             (D)       52 164                 –           –            (D)

53     General merchandise stores
        Number of employees                                 102 741            400         1 441          2 165         3 955             (D)       36 321         18 765             (D)             –
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          1 188 000         22 476        12 628         18 401        41 817             (D)      391 749        228 605             (D)             –

54     Food stores
         Number of employees                                 98 498          6 261        10 940         12 343        20 435         26 753        20 856               910           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 151 744         73 366        93 367        107 897       233 324        365 759       269 214             8 817           –              –

55     Automotive dealers and service stations
         Number of employees                                 73 687          6 049        15 716         13 976        16 388         14 519         7 039                 –           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 734 444        102 269       218 032        226 998       426 454        490 922       269 769                 –           –              –

56     Apparel and accessory stores
         Number of employees                                 44 105          4 381        11 314         11 966         9 068          3 502         2 110               (D)          (D)             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           452 416         56 877       117 195        116 394        86 809         30 705        20 376               (D)          (D)             –

57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores
         Number of employees                                 26 981          3 470         7 179          6 560         6 266          2 345         1 161                 –           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           476 897         63 809       109 155        106 001       120 399         51 838        25 695                 –           –              –

58     Eating and drinking places
         Number of employees                                262 013          8 255        19 899         43 178       101 444         72 972        13 144               (D)          (D)             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         2 041 534        132 611       141 774        307 267       758 173        553 996       108 662               (D)          (D)             –

59     Miscellaneous retail
         Number of employees                                 85 143         11 852        19 957         22 438        21 471          5 517         2 469               (D)          (D)             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 143 295        182 224       258 578        285 757       278 263         86 677        38 225               (D)          (D)             –

––     Administrative and auxiliary
         Number of employees                                 29 481            337           679            843         2 403             (D)        5 036          3 352          4 678            (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           909 755         15 094        25 597         32 651        77 406             (D)      156 388        103 424         80 639            (D)


       FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND
        REAL ESTATE
         Number of employees                                203 010         18 006        23 994         28 712        31 173         22 011        22 708         17 306         17 023        22 077
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         5 863 037        495 540       541 484        757 868       930 033        666 564       680 451        511 963        554 711       724 423

60     Depository institutions
         Number of employees                                 69 852             (D)        9 562         14 161        11 751          7 524         7 969          5 141          5 118            (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 653 033             (D)      170 748        280 906       266 421        180 161       196 821        145 439        169 521            (D)

61     Nondepository institutions
        Number of employees                                  14 183            672         1 029          1 660         1 976          1 692         2 203             1 516          (D)           (D)
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            535 176         26 301        36 544         67 911        73 395         68 734        86 424            56 576          (D)           (D)

62     Security and commodity brokers
         Number of employees                                  6 385            880           701          1 178         1 671          1 022           933                 –           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           411 813         41 626        37 681         78 301       109 948         80 749        63 508                 –           –              –

63     Insurance carriers
         Number of employees                                 49 989          1 111         1 197          2 538         5 969          5 178         7 147          6 449          6 467        13 933
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 630 728         81 105        39 328         78 937       187 498        156 529       213 041        192 409        221 275       460 606

64     Insurance agents, brokers, and service
         Number of employees                                 20 967          5 394         4 104          3 566         3 634          2 247             (D)             (D)           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           620 527        121 177       104 461        115 460       130 745         82 768             (D)             (D)           –              –

65     Real estate
        Number of employees                                  33 436          7 054         6 773          4 881         4 758          3 510         1 891             2 186       2 383              –
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            673 173        149 191       127 497        102 926        99 690         66 089        27 573            61 289      38 918              –

67     Holding and other investment offices
        Number of employees                                   5 085             (D)          591            682             (D)          602           907               (D)           –              –
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            219 595             (D)       24 242         31 417             (D)       22 753        38 843               (D)           –              –

––     Administrative and auxiliary
         Number of employees                                  3 113             (D)            37            46             (D)          236             (D)             984          (D)             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           118 992             (D)           983         2 010             (D)        8 781             (D)          23 887          (D)             –

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




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20     MICHIGAN                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

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

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

       SERVICES
         Number of employees                             1 077 466         78 490        110 155       125 751        142 578       107 246        172 979        97 100          65 048      178 119
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                       24 942 423      2 044 705      2 491 565     2 890 232      3 287 295     2 252 998      3 436 071     2 179 738       1 486 891    4 872 928

70     Hotels and other lodging places
        Number of employees                                  32 279          1 083         1 317          3 309         6 055          4 810         8 631             4 236       2 838              –
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            358 760         18 943        12 546         28 936        62 587         53 830       100 593            46 892      34 433              –

72     Personal services
         Number of employees                                 45 483          7 688        11 204         11 548         5 906          2 516         2 783               (D)          (D)             –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           539 651         92 257       123 098        134 221        80 959         39 478        36 289               (D)          (D)             –

73     Business services
         Number of employees                                197 272          8 493        11 064         14 655        24 437         23 394        48 814         32 880         16 307        17 228
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         4 168 514        256 647       249 026        356 278       546 101        480 233       892 556        580 735        318 489       488 449

75     Auto repair, services, and parking
         Number of employees                                 34 430          7 818        10 920          7 395         3 933          1 500         1 140             1 724           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           650 361        148 644       203 594        141 550        69 755         31 052        17 428            38 338           –              –

76     Miscellaneous repair services
         Number of employees                                 15 869          2 890         3 194          3 452         3 249          1 774         1 310                 –           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           403 152         57 169        65 000         93 550        96 382         55 876        35 175                 –           –              –

78     Motion pictures
        Number of employees                                  12 101          1 159         1 905          2 996         2 886             (D)            (D)             (D)            –           (D)
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            153 515         17 169        18 802         26 958        31 218             (D)            (D)             (D)            –           (D)

79     Amusement and recreation services
        Number of employees                                  36 426          2 068         3 069          5 682        10 004          6 415         4 259               (D)       2 402            (D)
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            585 923         74 244        43 457         70 984       106 791        126 437        83 707               (D)      57 059            (D)

80     Health services
        Number of employees                                375 007          17 014        31 860        29 062         24 236         24 437        57 665         25 826         24 590      140 317
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                        10 372 952         684 773     1 043 497     1 018 576        829 860        478 026     1 037 998        617 798        643 292    4 019 132

81     Legal services
         Number of employees                                 26 822          5 990         4 638          4 890         5 130          2 515         2 149             1 510           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         1 161 470        186 736       167 142        223 476       266 567        138 002       120 336            59 211           –              –

82     Educational services
         Number of employees                                 42 235            771         1 248          2 685         6 710          5 446         5 281             4 501       7 293         8 300
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           694 561         17 840        17 736         39 351       110 743         88 446        94 822            80 628     105 201       139 794

83     Social services
         Number of employees                                 74 211          4 813         7 164         15 243        16 009         11 845        13 769             3 359       2 009              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           976 924         65 030        96 453        193 813       221 097        149 553       171 848            50 352      28 778              –

84     Museums, botanical, zoological gardens
        Number of employees                                   1 789             41             85           159            343            (D)            (D)               –          (D)             –
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             24 948          1 025          1 082         2 470          5 067            (D)            (D)               –          (D)             –

86     Membership organizations
        Number of employees                                  73 383         10 219        13 103         13 008        15 721          8 756         6 112             1 850          (D)           (D)
        Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            897 740        111 847       146 450        147 523       201 459        119 535        79 490            57 540          (D)           (D)

87     Engineering and management services
         Number of employees                                 87 931          7 809         8 434         10 121        14 799         10 957        16 651         10 984          1 796         6 380
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                         3 068 045        279 902       270 402        361 081       553 580        405 766       593 744        382 412         98 573       122 585

89     Services, n.e.c.
         Number of employees                                  4 889            408           400            673         1 015             (D)              –               –           –            (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           148 976         15 538        12 439         20 094        27 180             (D)              –               –           –            (D)

––     Administrative and auxiliary
         Number of employees                                 17 339            226           550            873         2 145          1 494         3 451          5 047          3 553              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           736 931         16 941        20 841         31 371        77 949         58 207       155 161        224 793        151 668              –


       UNCLASSIFIED
        ESTABLISHMENTS
         Number of employees                                  7 081             (D)        1 583          1 530            783              –            (D)               –           –              –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           113 240             (D)       12 172         10 734          5 016              –            (D)               –           –              –

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




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

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

                Total                                                                               230                      93                      68                     53              16

           Mining                                                                                     1                       1                       –                      –               –
10     Metal mining                                                                                   1                       1                       –                      –               –

           Manufacturing                                                                            115                      42                      26                     36              11
20     Food and kindred products                                                                      3                       1                       2                      –               –
23     Apparel and other textile products                                                             6                       3                       2                      1               –
25     Furniture and fixtures                                                                         3                       1                       1                      –               1
26     Paper and allied products                                                                      2                       2                       –                      –               –
27     Printing and publishing                                                                        3                       2                       –                      1               –

28     Chemicals and allied products                                                                  6                       2                       1                      3               –
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                                                     2                       2                       –                      –               –
32     Stone, clay, and glass products                                                                1                       –                       1                      –               –
33     Primary metal industries                                                                       6                       3                       –                      3               –
34     Fabricated metal products                                                                     11                       4                       2                      5               –

35     Industrial machinery and equipment                                                             3                       1                       1                      1               –
36     Electronic and other electronic equipment                                                      2                       1                       1                      –               –
37     Transportation equipment                                                                      42                      13                       6                     16               7
38     Instruments and related products                                                               3                       1                       1                      1               –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                                                  22                       6                       8                      5               3

           Transportation and public utilities                                                        6                       2                       1                      2               1
42     Trucking and warehousing                                                                       3                       –                       1                      2               –
45     Transportation by air                                                                          1                       –                       –                      –               1
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                                                           2                       2                       –                      –               –

           Wholesale trade                                                                            6                       4                       2                      –               –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                                                                2                       2                       –                      –               –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                                                             2                       1                       1                      –               –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                                                   2                       1                       1                      –               –

           Retail trade                                                                               4                       3                       –                      –               1
52     Building materials and garden supplies                                                         1                       1                       –                      –               –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                                                   3                       2                       –                      –               1

           Finance, insurance, and real estate                                                       13                       5                       6                      2               –
60     Depository institutions                                                                        5                       4                       1                      –               –
61     Nondepository institutions                                                                     1                       –                       1                      –               –
63     Insurance carriers                                                                             7                       1                       4                      2               –

           Services                                                                                  85                      36                      33                     13               3
73     Business services                                                                             11                       9                       1                      1               –
78     Motion pictures                                                                                1                       1                       –                      –               –
79     Amusement and recreation services                                                              1                       1                       –                      –               –
80     Health services                                                                               61                      19                      28                     11               3
82     Educational services                                                                           5                       3                       2                      –               –

86     Membership organizations                                                                       1                       –                       1                      –               –
87     Engineering and management services                                                            4                       3                       –                      1               –
89     Services, n.e.c.                                                                               1                       –                       1                      –               –




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Table 1e.          The State                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by County: 1993 and 1992

[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self-employed persons. (D) denotes figures withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; the data are included in
 broader industry totals. For explanation of terms, statement on reliability, and comparability with other data, see introductory text]

                                                                                       1993                                                                       1992

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

        Total                                                218 771         3 450  693        21 075  856       92 520      045        215 567         3 336 817        20 280485        87 332      181
Alcona                                                           205             1  007             3  049           15      686            196             1 014             3342            16      163
Alger                                                            250             2  428             9  880           45      829            237             1 776             8642            40      304
Allegan                                                        1 803            30  537           166  744          744      970          1 762            29 237           160786           694      299
Alpena                                                           915             9  791            43  760          203      090            907             9 170            41981           187      633
Antrim                                                           538             3  643            12  293           57      561            535             4 006            13264            58      747
Arenac                                                           367             3  517            12  059           55      412            356             3 388            11608            49      593
Baraga                                                           215             1  778             6  630           30      889            210             1 708             6774            28      792
Barry                                                            780             8  252            38  429          176      991            753             8 336            39060           169      019
Bay                                                            2 519            31  786           168  009          746      597          2 447            30 218           163904           698      544
Benzie                                                           371             2  446             8  079           39      212            375             2 164             7199            35      971
Berrien                                                        3 835            57  138           293  506        1 292      456          3 731            56 889           291537         1 247      377
Branch                                                           837             9  546            42  782          191      282            834             9 847            45356           201      542
Calhoun                                                        3 026            54  191           317  428        1 330      632          2 963            52 146           309151         1 260      684
Cass                                                             815             8  672            40  661          178      253            795             8 236            38958           167      691
Charlevoix                                                       776             7  601            35  463          167      990            746             6 976            32363           154      123
Cheboygan                                                        917             5  343            16  537           91      478            949             5 208            16241            87      542
Chippewa                                                         944             8  626            27  475          131      049            913             7 186            23948           110      049
Clare                                                            607             5  412            18  530           88      113            595             5 078            17680            80      513
Clinton                                                          966             9  851            45  671          211      793            962             9 289            41558           188      731
Crawford                                                         317             3  595            12  454           56      946            306             3 313            11832            53      469
Delta                                                          1 084            11  069            52  567          231      184          1 055            10 468            48976           213      955
Dickinson                                                        827            11  100            58  202          258      696            816            10 442            52290           229      402
Eaton                                                          1 546            18  416            77  933          355      165          1 473            16 864            72500           326      284
Emmet                                                          1 209            11  565            51  330          238      993          1 155            10 920            47913           220      634
Genesee                                                        8 666           152  084         1 020  044        4 480      072          8 594           142 994           922424         3 856      172
Gladwin                                                          391             3  180            13  222           57      449            366             3 164            12692            53      751
Gogebic                                                          477             5  010            15  803           62      160            487             4 585            14253            59      688
Grand Traverse                                                 3 059            33  351           154  099          709      518          2 986            31 928           146852           671      379
Gratiot                                                          824            10  726            45  409          205      080            803            10 446            44428           195      232
Hillsdale                                                        839            12  328            57  418          238      450            805            10 759            49978           212      094
Houghton                                                         885             8  368            28  160          132      608            864             8 182            29047           125      467
Huron                                                          1 006             9  355            40  427          196      394            994             9 411            40592           183      819
Ingham                                                         7 207           123  621           730  473        3 112      324          7 114           125 319           758342         3 131      858
Ionia                                                            939            10  493            44  954          201      080            903             9 970            41680           179      474
Iosco                                                            715             5  498            19  376           90      678            724             5 890            19495            90      516
Iron                                                             381             2  877             9  731           44      218            368             2 807             9002            40      761
Isabella                                                       1 237            15  442            54  205          254      981          1 204            14 576            54644           240      332
Jackson                                                        3 192            46  657           248  496        1 111      711          3 117            45 833           242771         1 056      812
Kalamazoo                                                      5 659           102  993           624  153        2 684      324          5 584            99 982           602284         2 586      274
Kalkaska                                                         301             3  658            18  210           84      640            299             2 881            14662            67      114
Kent                                                          14 010           275  967         1 589  018        6 964      863         13 658           260 507         1 520705         6 474      876
Keweenaw                                                          49                162                340            1      983             48               154              278             1      751
Lake                                                             161                985              3 158           14      059            155               919            2 982            12      604
Lapeer                                                         1 394             14 407             61 938          277      730          1 359            13 054           55 235           245      513
Leelanau                                                         546              3 341             10 847           54      927            524             3 062           10 087            51      278
Lenawee                                                        2 002             27   395         135    450         598     268          1 978            26   006         124   505        545      706
Livingston                                                     2 689             30   772         144    320         666     416          2 583            28   253         134   175        604      462
Luce                                                             196              1   281           4    771          21     178            186             1   309           6   089         26      130
Mackinac                                                         496              2   585           7    059          51     506            465             2   149           6   393         46      042
Macomb                                                        17 251            284   514       1 835    852       8 215     751         17 089           264   522       1 638   701      7 274      673
Manistee                                                          599             5   424           25   435           115   222            602             5   514         26    034           111   420
Marquette                                                       1 705            20   049           97   022           422   192          1 692            19   081         91    460           408   216
Mason                                                             724             7   547           33   157           160   150            711             7   142         32    840           154   735
Mecosta                                                           789             7   715           26   817           131   931            752             6   643         23    165           109   965
Menominee                                                         539             7   353           30   750           136   798            535             7   311         30    364           128   325
Midland                                                         1 687            30   569         202    857           884   346          1 636            30   799        217    887           910   503
Missaukee                                                         238             1   580           5    649            26   219            228             1   623          5    088            24   429
Monroe                                                          2 243            32   081         192    039           856   742          2 274            31   433        199    661           840   713
Montcalm                                                        1 026            13   691          60    463           282   204          1 013            12   824         58    855           262   522
Montmorency                                                       257             1   678           4    632            24   761            259             1   666          4    491            22   387
Muskegon                                                       3 290             46   882         256    768      1 095      152          3 242            46   764         258   133      1 061      007
Newaygo                                                          683              7   344          33    373        152      536            663             6   651          30   973        150      375
Oakland                                                       38 440            615   083       4 224    149     18 767      353         37 812           591   123       4 007   499     17 479      808
Oceana                                                           518              3   613          12    644         63      796            487             3   128          11   501         56      856
Ogemaw                                                           543              4   857          17    015         81      794            518             4   152          14   421         68      645
Ontonagon                                                         239             2   867          15    648          64     598            236             2   994         15    897         64      403
Osceola                                                           405             5   703          26    626         130     181            425             5   309         23    229        107      551
Oscoda                                                            187             1   232           3    676          17     410            177             1   171          3    584         16      145
Otsego                                                            735             7   577          33    027         152     321            705             7   220         32    082        143      728
Ottawa                                                          4 835            74   998         382    879       1 742     286          4 633            71   183        362    377      1 626      637
Presque Isle                                                      391             2   768           8    605          44     833            374             2   441          9    066         41      402
Roscommon                                                         630             3   974          11    714          59     753            609             3   390         10    451         52      015
Saginaw                                                         4 837            80   487         540    441       2 188     921          4 810            80   496        482    006      2 038      292
St. Clair                                                       3 250            39   702         192    420         874     257          3 219            38   590        187    239        815      176
St. Joseph                                                      1 274            19   121         101    194         453     742          1 264            17   226         93    934        408      588
Sanilac                                                           907             9   133           36   107           168   740            872             8   399         31    925           152   887
Schoolcraft                                                       264             2   147            8   507            37   672            260             2   063          8    195            34   557
Shiawassee                                                      1 350            15   403           63   199           290   269          1 330            14   290         59    537           262   697
Tuscola                                                         1 039             9   935           43   781           191   299          1 017             9   580         41    104           180   101
Van Buren                                                       1 350            14   982           67   664           309   517          1 345            13   594         62    222           278   740
Washtenaw                                                      7 704            137 791           922 870         3 986 914               7 565           142 856           963 887        4 132 899
Wayne                                                         34 984            699 446         4 856 312        20 852 782              35 110           695 011         4 812 147       20 374 942
Wexford                                                          810             12 207            51 043           234 461                 811            11 140            49 938          214 698
     Statewide                                                     58             1 394             10 969              46 258                53             1 469          10 134               41 978

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




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COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                              MICHIGAN 23

Table 1e.          The State                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by County: 1993 and 1992
                   Con.
       Note: Employment-size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J 10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.




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

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

       ALCONA

                Total                                              1 007         3 049          15 686          205        146        31       16        12            –     –      –        –        –

           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               16             42             190           8          7         1         –        –            –     –      –        –        –
           Mining                                                     (A)           (D)             (D)           1          1         –         –        –            –     –      –        –        –
           Construction                                               40             92             905          31         30         1         –        –            –     –      –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                             282         1 151           5 958           31         15         7        5         4            –     –      –        –        –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            168            820          4 426           10          1         2        4         3            –     –      –        –        –
354      Metalworking machinery                                      141            763          4 119            7          1         –        3         3            –     –      –        –        –

           Transportation and public utilities                        11             83             499           6          6         –         –        –            –     –      –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                            (A)           (D)             (D)           3          3         –         –        –            –     –      –        –        –
           Retail trade                                              341            787          3 848           65         41       13         9         2            –     –      –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                    137            160             950          27         15         7        5         –            –     –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            101            108             677          18         10         3        5         –            –     –      –        –        –

           Finance, insurance, and real estate                        29             83             396          10          7         3         –        –            –     –      –        –        –
           Services                                                  270            786          3 614           38         25         5        2         6            –     –      –        –        –
80     Health services                                               118            436          1 924            6          2         1         –        3            –     –      –        –        –

           Unclassified establishments                                11             15             216          12         11         1         –        –            –     –      –        –        –



       ALGER

                Total                                              2 428         9 880          45 829          250        166        40       30         9           2     1       1       1         –

           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               66            325          1 297            7          4         –        2         1            –     –      –        –        –
           Construction                                              144            353          2 005           36         28         3        4         1            –     –      –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                             747         5 464          23 973           22         10         6        4         –            –    1       1        –        –
24     Lumber and wood products                                       (E)           (D)             (D)          13          7         2        3         –            –     1      –        –        –

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

           Transportation and public utilities                        60            459          2 244            8          4         1        2         1            –     –      –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                            21            100             440           7          6         –        1         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Retail trade                                              428            851          3 900           85         53       18        10         4            –     –      –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                   122            244          1 108           17          8         4        4         1            –     –      –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              119            239          1 076           14          5         4        4         1            –     –      –        –        –

58     Eating and drinking places                                    173            290          1 348           30         19         5        3         3            –     –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            145            252          1 188           18          8         4        3         3            –     –      –        –        –

           Finance, insurance, and real estate                        86            329          1 412           20         13         5        1         1            –     –      –        –        –
           Services                                                  872         1 997          10 552           61         44         7        6         1           2      –      –       1         –
73     Business services                                              (F)           (D)             (D)           3          2         –         –        –            –     –      –       1         –

80     Health services                                               182            614          2 791            9          5         2         –        –           2      –      –        –        –

           Unclassified establishments                                  4             2               6           4          4         –         –        –            –     –      –        –        –



       ALLEGAN

                Total                                            30 537        166 744         744 970       1 803         982      389       215       136           39    32      2       4         4

           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               89            271          2 034           32         23         8        1         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Mining                                                    100            493          3 670            7          2         2        2         1            –     –      –        –        –
           Construction                                            1 111         4 987          29 534          231        162        43       20         4           1     1       –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                    277         1 124           5 662           76         55       18         2         1            –     –      –        –        –
151      General building contractors                                210            945          4 798           52         37       12         2         1            –     –      –        –        –

16     Heavy construction, except building                           293         1 499           9 945           22         10         6        3         1           1     1       –        –        –
162      Heavy construction, except highway                          254         1 328           7 460           15          7         3        2         1           1     1       –        –        –

17     Special trade contractors                                     541         2 364          13 927          133         97        19       15         2            –     –      –        –        –

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




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COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                         MICHIGAN 25

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

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

       ALLEGAN Con.
            Manufacturing                                        15 929        115 476         501 647           181        46        32       26        32           16    21      1       4         3
20     Food and kindred products                                  2 300         12 047          66 493            15         1         2        2         3            2     3      –       2         –
202      Dairy products                                             224          1 650           8 273             3         –         –        1         1            –     1      –       –         –
23     Apparel and other textile products                            (C)            (D)             (D)            3         2         –        –         –            –     1      –       –         –
25     Furniture and fixtures                                        (H)            (D)             (D)            9         1         1        1         2            –     3      –       –         1
26     Paper and allied products                                    937          9 192          36 790             6         –         –        2         –            1     2      1       –         –
27     Printing and publishing                                      325          1 637           7 666            20         7         6        2         4            –     1      –       –         –
275      Commercial printing                                        216          1 181           5 621            10         3         4        1         1            –     1      –       –         –
2752        Commercial printing, lithographic                       202          1 139           5 459             7         2         2        1         1            –     1      –       –         –
28     Chemicals and allied products                                  (G)           (D)              (D)           6         1         2        1         –            –     1      –        –        1
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    442         2 460          12 731             9         3         –         –        2           2     2       –        –        –
308      Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                     442         2 460          12 731             9         3         –         –        2           2     2       –        –        –
32     Stone, clay, and glass products                                (G)           (D)              (D)          10         4         3        1         1            –     –      –        –        1
34     Fabricated metal products                                   2 582        17 105          75   576          39         5         5        6        10           8     3       –       2         –
342      Cutlery, handtools, and hardware                            106           599           2   398           5         1         1        –         2           1     –       –       –         –
344      Fabricated structural metal products                        806         5 293          21   999           5         –         1        1         1           –     1       –       1         –
346      Metal forgings and stampings                                499         3 377          16   897           9         –         1        –         4           3     1       –       –         –
3465       Automotive stampings                                      328         2 323          11   702           4         –         –        –         1           2     1       –       –         –
3469       Metal stampings, n.e.c.                                   171         1 054           5   195           5         –         1        –         3           1     –       –       –         –
347      Metal services, n.e.c.                                      199         1 186           5   742           7         1         1        2         1           2     –       –       –         –
349      Misc. fabricated metal products                             870         5 883          25   187          10         3         1        2         1           1     1       –       1         –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            973         7 022          34   435          33        11         6        6         5           1     4       –        –        –
354      Metalworking machinery                                      292         2 546          10   747           6         –         –        4         1           –     1       –        –        –
3567       Industrial furnaces and ovens                             146           858           3   817           3         –         1        –         1           –     1       –        –        –
358      Refrigeration and service machinery                         214         1 366           9   206           4         1         –        –         2           –     1       –        –        –
3589       Service industry machinery, n.e.c.                        214         1 366           9   206           4         1         –        –         2           –     1       –        –        –
359      Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                                308         2 197          10   420          16         7         4        2         1           1     1       –        –        –
37     Transportation equipment                                      313         1 860           7 677             8         1         1        2         3            –    1       –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                       669         4 135          18 669            70        38        10       11         8           3      –      –        –        –
41     Local and interurban passenger transit                        105           218             797             5         –         2        2         –           1      –      –        –        –
411      Local and suburban transportation                           105           218             797             5         –         2        2         –           1      –      –        –        –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                      228         1 398           6 680            30        20         2        4         3           1      –      –        –        –
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                   228         1 398           6 680            30        20         2        4         3           1      –      –        –        –
48     Communication                                                 102            514          2 207            13         7         2        3         1            –     –      –        –        –
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          205         1 849           8 333            11         2         2        2         4           1      –      –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                         1 081         6 315          28   906         135        69        30       25         9           2      –      –        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                               508         3 161          14   492          76        42        17       13         3           1      –      –        –        –
501     Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                          108           587           2   715          21        13         4        3         1           –      –      –        –        –
508     Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           234         1 670           7   414          24        12         5        5         1           1      –      –        –        –
5083      Farm and garden machinery                                  170         1 359           5   956          10         4         1        3         1           1      –      –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                            573         3 154          14   414          59        27        13       12         6           1      –      –        –        –
514     Groceries and related products                               177         1 209           5   601          15         9         3        1         1           1      –      –        –        –
519     Misc. nondurable goods                                       186           897           3   766          22         9         6        5         2           –      –      –        –        –
5191      Farm supplies                                              141           734           3   166          16         7         3        5         1           –      –      –        –        –
           Retail trade                                            5 173        13 602          63   620         473       214      112        77        55           11    4       –        –        –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        449         2 040           8   885          41        21       12         6         1            –    1       –        –        –
521      Lumber and other building materials                         275         1 627           6   293          13         7        4         1         –            –    1       –        –        –
525      Hardware stores                                             111           272           1   296          15         5        5         5         –            –    –       –        –        –
53     General merchandise stores                                    248            500          2 369            11         4         2        2         2            –    1       –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                 1 209         2 644          12 050            54        12        15       13         7           5     2       –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                            1 176         2 576          11 714            47         8        13       12         7           5     2       –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       813         3 516          16 855            84        33       25        16         8           2      –      –        –        –
551      New and used car dealers                                    386         2 359          11 177            12         1        –         2         7           2      –      –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   248           558           2 403            36         8       19         9         –           –      –      –        –        –
56     Apparel and accessory stores                                  141            331          1 776            29        18         6        4         1            –     –      –        –        –
57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          169            481          2 134            26        16         3        5         2            –     –      –        –        –
571      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        127            375          1 650            18        12         1        3         2            –     –      –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                  1 672         2 741          13 725           133        52        24       24        29           4      –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                          1 568         2 556          12 407           106        36        16       21        29           4      –      –        –        –
5813        Drinking places                                          100           181             880            18         7         8        3         –           –      –      –        –        –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                           (E)            (D)            (D)           93        58        24        7         4            –     –      –        –        –
591      Drug stores and proprietary stores                          209            628          2 710            19         4         6        5         4            –     –      –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       666         3 070          14 040           122        70       39        10         2            –    1       –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       428         1 788           7 787            45        10       24         9         1            –    1       –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                            257         1 022           4 420            33         4       20         8         1            –    –       –        –        –
64     Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        126            739          3 450            34        25         8         –        1            –     –      –        –        –

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




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

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

       ALLEGAN Con.
           Services                                                5 687        18 341          82 367           512       319      112        43        25           6     5       1        –        1
70     Hotels and other lodging places                               155           450           1 992            22        17        2         –         2           1     –       –        –        –
701     Hotels and motels                                            111           309           1 043            18        14        2         –         1           1     –       –        –        –
72     Personal services                                             262            585          2 912            61        35       21         5         –            –     –      –        –        –
723      Beauty shops                                                112            233          1 044            29        19        8         2         –            –     –      –        –        –
73     Business services                                             433         1 330           6 065            39        28         4        3         3            –    1       –        –        –
736      Personnel supply services                                   277           911           4 220             4         1         –        1         1            –    1       –        –        –
75     Auto repair, services, and parking                            201            726          3 333            53        39       13          –        1            –     –      –        –        –
753      Automotive repair shops                                     162            634          2 994            43        32       10          –        1            –     –      –        –        –
79     Amusement and recreation services                             125            422          2 085            24        13         7        3         1            –     –      –        –        –
80     Health services                                             1 800         7 447          32   074          87        47       18         6         7           4     4       1        –        –
801     Offices and clinics of medical doctors                       324         1 605           6   631          23        14        1         1         6           1     –       –        –        –
802     Offices and clinics of dentists                              128           497           2   422          22         8       12         2         –           –     –       –        –        –
805     Nursing and personal care facilities                         642         1 773           7   525           7         1        –         1         –           2     3       –        –        –
82     Educational services                                        1 606         4 632          21 049            10         –         2        2         5            –     –      –        –        1
83     Social services                                               227            560          2 739            31        16         7        6         1           1      –      –        –        –
836      Residential care                                            121            248          1 117             7         1         2        2         1           1      –      –        –        –
86     Membership organizations                                      591         1 062           4 487           108        64       28        12         4            –     –      –        –        –
866     Religious organizations                                      454           878           3 674            78        45       22         7         4            –     –      –        –        –
87     Engineering and management services                           110            568          2 953            31        26         4         –        1            –     –      –        –        –
           Unclassified establishments                                32             54              483          40        39         1         –        –            –     –      –        –        –


       ALPENA
                Total                                              9 791        43 760         203 090           915       509      199       107        67           20    9       3       1         –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               (B)           (D)              (D)          12        10         1         –        1            –     –      –        –        –
          Mining                                                      (C)           (D)              (D)           3         1         1         –        –            –     1      –        –        –
14     Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels                             (C)           (D)              (D)           3         1         1         –        –            –     1      –        –        –
           Construction                                              648         2 442          13 444           118        93        14        6         1           3     1       –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                    417         1 665           8 361            53        40         7        2         1           2     1       –        –        –
151     General building contractors                                 378         1 500           7 406            33        22         6        1         1           2     1       –        –        –
16     Heavy construction, except building                           102            196          1 688             8         5         1        1         –           1      –      –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                     129            581          3 395            57        48         6        3         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                           2 211        15 429          67 151            57        22         9        8         6           6     3       3        –        –
24     Lumber and wood products                                      457         2 974          12 148            16         9         2        1         2           1     –       1        –        –
26     Paper and allied products                                      (C)           (D)              (D)           2         1         –         –        –            –     1      –        –        –
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                     (C)           (D)              (D)           1         –         –         –        –            –     1      –        –        –
32     Stone, clay, and glass products                                (E)           (D)              (D)           4         2         –        1         –            –     –      1        –        –
33     Primary metal industries                                       (C)           (D)              (D)           1         –         –         –        –            –     1      –        –        –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            701         4 872          23 430            17         3         5        3         3           2      –      1        –        –
353      Construction and related machinery                          102           630           4 165             6         –         3        2         –           1      –      –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                       559         3 676          19 777            49        23         8        8         9           1      –      –        –        –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                      124           516           2 844            25        17         5        1         2           –      –      –        –        –
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                   124           516           2 844            25        17         5        1         2           –      –      –        –        –
48     Communication                                                 171         1 044           4 595            10         3         –        3         4            –     –      –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                           546         2 752          12 206            57        17        20       13         6           1      –      –        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                               263         1 373           5 837            33        11       12         6         4            –     –      –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                            283         1 379           6 369            24         6         8        7         2           1      –      –        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                              133           693           3 127             8         –         4        3         –           1      –      –        –        –
           Retail trade                                            2 497         5 811          26 001           251       112        69       38        26           4     2       –        –        –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        109            434          2 055            15         8         3        2         2            –     –      –        –        –
53     General merchandise stores                                    207            489          2 173             7         2         2        1         1            –    1       –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                   433         1 086           4 406            29        17         4        2         4           1     1       –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              405         1 056           4 237            23        14         1        2         4           1     1       –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       284            904          4 251            31         9       10         9         3            –     –      –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   152            335          1 575            15         2        6         6         1            –     –      –        –        –
56     Apparel and accessory stores                                  220            439          1 924            25        13         6        4         1           1      –      –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                    841         1 259           5 821            63        19       18        10        14           2      –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            755         1 159           5 027            42         9        8         9        14           2      –      –        –        –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                           (E)            (D)            (D)           63        35        20        8         –            –     –      –        –        –
594      Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                         109            258          1 184            28        17         9        2         –            –     –      –        –        –

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




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

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

       ALPENA Con.
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       515         2 345          10 256           66         39        13        7         6           1     –       –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       224            980          4 297           21          6         9        2         4           –     –       –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                            126            549          2 368           11          3         6         –        2           –     –       –        –        –

64     Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        115            454          1 942           16         10         3        2         1           –     –       –        –        –

           Services                                                2 594         9 752          44 830          278        170        62       27        12           4    2        –       1         –
70     Hotels and other lodging places                               157            293          1 194           10          6         –        1         2           1     –       –        –        –
701      Hotels and motels                                           157            293          1 194           10          6         –        1         2           1     –       –        –        –

72     Personal services                                             121            259          1 222           29         20         6        3         –           –     –       –        –        –

73     Business services                                             158            476          2 405           24         14         6        2         1           1     –       –        –        –

75     Auto repair, services, and parking                            143            440          2 089           33         25         5        2         1           –     –       –        –        –

79     Amusement and recreation services                             200            204             879          14          8         2         –        3           1     –       –        –        –
799      Misc. amusement, recreation services                        155            118             596           9          4         2         –        2           1     –       –        –        –
7997       Membership sports and recreation clubs                    142             91             474           3          –         –         –        2           1     –       –        –        –

80     Health services                                             1 090         5 904          28 194           52         28        13        7         2           –    1        –       1         –
801      Offices and clinics of medical doctors                      136            910          4 918           17          8         5        3         1           –     –       –        –        –

83     Social services                                               158            415          1 940           30         20         6        3         –           1     –       –        –        –

86     Membership organizations                                      386            873          2 802           48         25       14         6         2           –    1        –        –        –
864      Civic and social associations                               142            436          1 113            8          3         2        2         –           –    1        –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                     163            307          1 197           22         10         9        1         2           –     –       –        –        –

           Unclassified establishments                                32             37             281          24         22         2         –        –           –     –       –        –        –



       ANTRIM

                Total                                              3 643        12 293          57 561          538        381        87       41        19           4    5        1        –        –

           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               30             35             335          13         11         1        1         –           –     –       –        –        –
           Mining                                                     42            142             757           6          4         –        1         1           –     –       –        –        –
           Construction                                              257            745          3 999           82         61       16         5         –           –     –       –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                    140            441          2 206           42         31         8        3         –           –     –       –        –        –
151      General building contractors                                111            322          1 510           28         21         4        3         –           –     –       –        –        –

17     Special trade contractors                                      (C)           (D)             (D)          38         29         7        2         –           –     –       –        –        –

           Manufacturing                                           1 025         5 357          23 415           54         29         7        7         6           –    5        –        –        –
34     Fabricated metal products                                     444         2 445          10 005            6          2         –         –        1           –    3        –        –        –

35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            243         1 501           6 767           13          4         2        4         2           –    1        –        –        –
354      Metalworking machinery                                      177         1 208           5 641            9          4         –        4         –           –    1        –        –        –

38     Instruments and related products                               (C)           (D)             (D)           4          2         –         –        1           –     1       –        –        –

           Transportation and public utilities                        47            230          1 296           15         12         3         –        –           –     –       –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                           113            535          2 790           24         18         2        2         2           –     –       –        –        –
           Retail trade                                              955         1 878           9 425          138         77       33        17         8           3     –       –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                   227            556          2 684           17         11         1        2         1           2     –       –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              227            556          2 602           14          8         1        2         1           2     –       –        –        –

55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       117            218             994          19          9         7        1         2           –     –       –        –        –

58     Eating and drinking places                                    449            594          3 200           54         25       10        14         4           1     –       –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            396            516          2 753           37         12        7        13         4           1     –       –        –        –

           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       172            549          2 703           43         34         5        2         2           –     –       –        –        –
           Services                                                  991         2 814          12 734          149        121        20        6         –           1     –       1        –        –
70     Hotels and other lodging places                                (F)           (D)             (D)          12          9         1         –        –           1     –       1        –        –

           Unclassified establishments                                11              8             107          14         14         –         –        –           –     –       –        –        –

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




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

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

       ARENAC
                Total                                              3 517        12 059          55 412            367      205        92       28        30           8     3       1        –        –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               (A)           (D)             (D)             2        2         –        –         –           –     –       –        –        –
           Mining                                                     (A)           (D)             (D)             4        3         1        –         –           –     –       –        –        –
           Construction                                              124           350           2 487             45       38         5        2         –           –     –       –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                             508         2 642          11 533             29        8        10        1         8           1     1       –        –        –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            281         1 390           6 325             12        4         3        –         3           1     1       –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                       128            873          3 942             19       13        3         –         3           –      –      –        –        –
          Wholesale trade                                            211            696          3 529             19        3       10         3         2           1      –      –        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                               121            366          1 678              8        1        4         1         1           1      –      –        –        –
           Retail trade                                            1 201         2 646          12   197          122       51       37        17        14           3      –      –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                   248           564           2   445           21        8        6         4         2           1      –      –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              192           447           1   851           14        6        4         1         2           1      –      –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       187           571           2   667           25        9       10         4         2           –      –      –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                    522           682           3   382           40       16        9         5         8           2      –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            472           613           2   941           25        6        5         4         8           2      –      –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       143            426          2 277             26       18         6         –        2            –     –      –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       101            324          1 863              9        3         4         –        2            –     –      –        –        –
           Services                                                1 181         4 360          18   949           88       57        19        5         1           3     2       1        –        –
80     Health services                                               830         3 406          14   578           20        7         6        2         1           2     1       1        –        –
83     Social services                                               204           616           2   366           10        4         2        2         –           1     1       –        –        –
832      Individual and family services                              175           520           1   971            4        –         1        1         –           1     1       –        –        –
           Unclassified establishments                                  9             5              223           13       12         1         –        –            –     –      –        –        –


       BARAGA
                Total                                              1 778         6 630          30 889            215      123        46       29        12           3     2       –        –        –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               24             81              310            4        1         3        –         –           –     –       –        –        –
           Mining                                                     (A)           (D)               (D)           1        1         –        –         –           –     –       –        –        –
           Construction                                                71          199           1   408           19       14         3        2         –           –     –       –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                             535         2 729          13   314           37       20         7        6         1           2     1       –        –        –
24     Lumber and wood products                                      146           625           2   588           18       13         2        1         1           1     –       –        –        –
242      Sawmills and planing mills                                  102           453           1   928            4        2         –        –         1           1     –       –        –        –
2421       Sawmills and planing mills, general                       102           453           1   928            4        2         –        –         1           1     –       –        –        –
32     Stone, clay, and glass products                                (C)           (D)               (D)           2        1         –        –         –           –     1       –        –        –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            136           788           4   193            8        1         4        2         –           1     –       –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                       102            642          2 683             14        6        3         4         1            –     –      –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                           (B)            (D)            (D)             8        7        –         –         1            –     –      –        –        –
            Retail trade                                             486            939          4 378             62       30       16        10         6            –     –      –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                   143            263          1 168             11        3        3         2         3            –     –      –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              143            263          1 168             11        3        3         2         3            –     –      –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                    167            201          1 034             18        9        5         1         3            –     –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            137            171            894             11        5        2         1         3            –     –      –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                        76           393           1 567             16       11        3         1         1           –     –       –        –        –
           Services                                                  448         1 463           6 370             51       30       11         6         2           1     1       –        –        –
80     Health services                                               268         1 109           4 965             14        7        3         2         –           1     1       –        –        –
           Unclassified establishments                                  1             1                6            3        3         –         –        –            –     –      –        –        –


       BARRY
                Total                                              8 252        38 429         176 991            780      467      164        88        38           11    7       3       2         –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               67           167           1 081             14       10         1        3         –            –    –       –        –        –
           Mining                                                     (A)           (D)             (D)             1        1         –        –         –            –    –       –        –        –
           Construction                                              630         2 443          14 295            107       76        16       13         1            –    1       –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                    139           561           3 029             34       25         5        3         1            –    –       –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                     472         1 832          10 336             66       45        10       10         –            –    1       –        –        –
179      Misc. special trade contractors                             264         1 052           5 324             14        9         3        1         –            –    1       –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                           2 703        18 579          84 381             67       31        16        5         5           4     3       1       2         –
27     Printing and publishing                                       113           499           2 228              8        4         3        –         –           1     –       –       –         –
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    448         3 414          19 273              5        –         2        –         –           2     –       1       –         –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            506         3 773          15 733             21       10         4        4         1           –     2       –       –         –
354      Metalworking machinery                                      197         1 372           6 097              5        2         –        1         1           –     1       –       –         –
36     Electronic and other electronic equipment                      (F)           (D)             (D)             3        1         –        –         1           –     –       –       1         –
37     Transportation equipment                                      843         5 148          22 510              3        –         –        –         –           1     1       –       1         –
371      Motor vehicles and equipment                                843         5 148          22 510              3        –         –        –         –           1     1       –       1         –
3714        Motor vehicle parts and accessories                      843         5 148          22 510              3        –         –        –         –           1     1       –       1         –

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




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

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

       BARRY Con.
          Transportation and public utilities                        164         1 024           4 419             26       13        8         3         2            –     –      –        –        –
          Wholesale trade                                            274         1 359           6 389             40       22       11         3         4            –     –      –        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                               200           911           4 381             27       15        6         3         3            –     –      –        –        –
           Retail trade                                            2 094         4 818          22 791            195       84       50        35        19           5     2       –        –        –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        144           420           2 401             15       10        3         –         1           1     –       –        –        –
53     General merchandise stores                                     (C)           (D)             (D)             3        1        1         –         –           –     1       –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                   422         1 033           4 777             35       18        8         3         4           1     1       –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              408         1 010           4 592             28       12        7         3         4           1     1       –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       250           901           4 545             34       15        7        10         2           –     –       –        –        –
551      New and used car dealers                                    101           549           2 838              8        1        1         5         1           –     –       –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   121           257           1 149             17        6        5         5         1           –     –       –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                    757         1 053           5 036             45       11       11        10        10           3     –       –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            725         1 017           4 874             40        9        9         9        10           3     –       –        –        –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                           (E)           (D)             (D)            45       20       16         8         1           –     –       –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       590         3 556          13 812             50       33        11        2         2           1      –      1        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       187           840           3 586             13        4         5        1         2           1      –      –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                            130           610           2 508              6        1         2        1         1           1      –      –        –        –
63     Insurance carriers                                             (E)           (D)             (D)             2        1         –        –         –           –      –      1        –        –
           Services                                                1 685         6 408          29 205            235      154       49        24         5           1     1       1        –        –
72     Personal services                                             115           222             963             22       12        7         2         1           –     –       –        –        –
73     Business services                                             107           420           1 899             18       12        1         4         1           –     –       –        –        –
75     Auto repair, services, and parking                            100           320           1 491             31       25        5         1         –           –     –       –        –        –
80     Health services                                               776         3 774          16 980             43       20       13         8         –           –     1       1        –        –
801      Offices and clinics of medical doctors                      111           918           4 330             16        6        4         6         –           –     –       –        –        –
86     Membership organizations                                      269           396           1 742             44       25       10         7         2           –     –       –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                     151           299           1 304             26       14        7         5         –           –     –       –        –        –
87     Engineering and management services                           118           582           2 831             16       10        5         –         –           1     –       –        –        –
           Unclassified establishments                                (B)            (D)             (D)           45       43         2         –        –            –     –      –        –        –


       BAY
                Total                                            31 786        168 009         746 597         2 519     1 233      633       355       198           58    35      3       1         3
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              158             332         2 406             27       16         7        2         2            –     –      –        –        –
07     Agricultural services                                         158             332         2 406             27       16         7        2         2            –     –      –        –        –
           Mining                                                     (B)           (D)               (D)           7        2        5         –         –           –      –      –        –        –
           Construction                                            1 250         5 411          34   710          258      175       52        22         6           3      –      –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                    238           988           4   859           80       59       18         3         –           –      –      –        –        –
151      General building contractors                                149           713           3   313           47       34       12         1         –           –      –      –        –        –
16     Heavy construction, except building                           237         1 117           9   887           19        7        6         4         –           2      –      –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                     775         3 306          19   964          159      109       28        15         6           1      –      –        –        –
171      Plumbing, heating, air-conditioning                         136           622           3   535           31       20        7         4         –           –      –      –        –        –
173      Electrical work                                             120           607           3   068           18       10        5         1         2           –      –      –        –        –
176      Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                       122           388           2   281           17        8        3         5         1           –      –      –        –        –
179      Misc. special trade contractors                             201           878           5   670           29       17        7         2         2           1      –      –        –        –
1799       Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                         140           421           3   580           18        9        6         1         1           1      –      –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                           7 165        68 932         289 737            160       51        33       25        24           11    12      2        –        2
20     Food and kindred products                                     386         3 518          13 720              8        3         1        1         –            1     2      –        –        –
24     Lumber and wood products                                      103           534           3 867              8        2         2        2         2            –     –      –        –        –
26     Paper and allied products                                      (E)           (D)             (D)             2        –         –        –         1            –     –      1        –        –
27     Printing and publishing                                       421         2 121           9 170             22       11         7        2         –            –     2      –        –        –
28     Chemicals and allied products                                  (C)           (D)             (D)             4        1         1        –         1            1     –      –        –        –
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    333         1 803           7 845              6        –         1        1         3            –    1       –        –        –
308      Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                     333         1 803           7 845              6        –         1        1         3            –    1       –        –        –
32     Stone, clay, and glass products                               225         1 584           8 131             12        4         1        3         2           2      –      –        –        –
33     Primary metal industries                                      122             691         3 738              4        –         1        2         –           1      –      –        –        –
34     Fabricated metal products                                     342         2 372          10 406             20        7         6        2         3           1     1       –        –        –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            990         9   388        38   045           38       11         9        5         9           2     2       –        –        –
354      Metalworking machinery                                      497         5   556        21   560            9        3         2        1         –           1     2       –        –        –
359      Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                                286         2   432         9   911           21        6         5        4         6           –     –       –        –        –
3599       Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                              286         2   432         9   911           21        6         5        4         6           –     –       –        –        –
36     Electronic and other electronic equipment                     117             662         2 705              6        2         2         –        1           1      –      –        –        –
37     Transportation equipment                                       (G)            (D)             (D)            9        4         –        2         –            –     1      1        –        1
38     Instruments and related products                               (C)            (D)             (D)            2        –         –        1         –            –     1      –        –        –
39     Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                         (C)            (D)             (D)            3        1         –        –         1           –     1       –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                   (G)            (D)             (D)            4        –         –        1         –           1     1       –        –        1

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




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30     MICHIGAN                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

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

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

       BAY Con.
           Transportation and public utilities                     1 451        11 872          52 522             70       30        14        9        10           3     3       1        –        –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                      336         1 789           9 690             35       18         6        5         5           1      –      –        –        –
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                   327         1 762           9 510             33       17         5        5         5           1      –      –        –        –
48     Communication                                                 275         1 801           7 470             13        5         1        2         3           2      –      –        –        –
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                           (F)            (D)             (D)            6        2         –         –        –            –     3      1        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                         1 728        10 966          45 915            145       50        45       30        15           3     2       –        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                                (F)           (D)               (D)          80       30        21       19         8           2      –      –        –        –
501     Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                          309         1 383           6   485           24        5         8        8         2           1      –      –        –        –
5013      Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                       184           907           4   294           13        4         3        5         –           1      –      –        –        –
507     Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment                     105           714           2   743            6        1         3        –         1           1      –      –        –        –
508     Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           126           699           2   964           22       13         4        3         2           –      –      –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                            900         6   093        25   636           64       19        24       11         7           1     2       –        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                              399         2   601        10   989           19        6         3        6         2           1     1       –        –        –
516      Chemicals and allied products                               187         1   438         5   592            7        2         3        –         1           –     1       –        –        –
5169       Chemicals and allied products, n.e.c.                     187         1   438         5   586            6        1         3        –         1           –     1       –        –        –
517      Petroleum and petroleum products                            100         1   108         4   447            9        3         3        1         2           –     –       –        –        –
           Retail trade                                            9 110        22 068         100 168            732      274      221       132        75           21    8       –       1         –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        362         1 281           6 618             42       12       16        11         3            –     –      –        –        –
521      Lumber and other building materials                         163           731           3 733             14        3        4         5         2            –     –      –        –        –
53     General merchandise stores                                  1 556         3 853          17 277             14        1         2        3         1            –    6       –       1         –
531      Department stores                                         1 462         3 708          16 640              7        –         –        –         –            –    6       –       1         –
54     Food stores                                                 1 109         2 587          11 164             93       32       26        23         8           3     1       –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              872         2 174           9 329             57       15       18        13         7           3     1       –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                     1 042         4 298          20   535           98       34       33        15        13           3      –      –        –        –
551      New and used car dealers                                    391         2 190          10   340           12        –        2         2         5           3      –      –        –        –
553      Auto and home supply stores                                 105           348           1   696           22       12        7         3         –           –      –      –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   353           835           3   689           44       12       21         7         4           –      –      –        –        –
56     Apparel and accessory stores                                  603         1 327           5 817             57       21       23         8         3           1     1       –        –        –
562      Women’s clothing stores                                     178           369           1 553             24        8       11         5         –           –     –       –        –        –
565      Family clothing stores                                      298           612           2 631             10        –        4         2         2           1     1       –        –        –
57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          318         1 018           4 551             58       34       16         6         2            –     –      –        –        –
571      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        174           554           2 594             31       20        7         3         1            –     –      –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                  3 227         5 000          22 469            211       61       52        43        41           14     –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                          2 875         4 491          20 381            146       29       28        36        39           14     –      –        –        –
5813        Drinking places                                          326           466           1 872             57       26       23         6         2            –     –      –        –        –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                          830         2 398          10   175          155       79       51        23         2            –     –      –        –        –
591      Drug stores and proprietary stores                          222           655           2   862           28        4       13        11         –            –     –      –        –        –
594      Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                         267           841           3   170           58       37       15         5         1            –     –      –        –        –
599      Retail stores, n.e.c.                                       193           519           2   409           40       22       15         3         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                     1 616         8 508          34 869            193      117        43       19        10           1     3       –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                     1 062         5 077          20 165             61       17        27        7         6           1     3       –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                            742         3 399          13 014             41       11        20        3         4           1     2       –        –        –
64     Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        161             905         3 719             40       33         2        4         1            –     –      –        –        –
65     Real estate                                                   174             537         2 796             59       46       11         1         1            –     –      –        –        –
           Services                                                9 216        39 542         184 193            870      463      213       114        56           16    7       –        –        1
70     Hotels and other lodging places                               179             410         1 916             13        8         1        2         1            –    1       –        –        –
72     Personal services                                             514         1 398           6 051            107       67       27        11         2            –     –      –        –        –
721      Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                     171           385           1 597             28       14        9         4         1            –     –      –        –        –
723      Beauty shops                                                165           344           1 537             46       32       13         1         –            –     –      –        –        –
73     Business services                                             638         2 524          12 887             83       57        10        9         4           2     1       –        –        –
736      Personnel supply services                                   233             873         4 830              5        1         –        1         1           1     1       –        –        –
738      Miscellaneous business services                             115             336         1 651             20       12         4        3         1            –     –      –        –        –

75     Auto repair, services, and parking                            451         1 307           5 893             93       63       24         3         1           2      –      –        –        –
753      Automotive repair shops                                     240             867         4 006             77       58       17         2         –            –     –      –        –        –

76     Miscellaneous repair services                                 190             804         3 901             32       16         9        5         2            –     –      –        –        –
769      Miscellaneous repair shops                                  133             582         2 579             15        4         6        3         2            –     –      –        –        –

78     Motion pictures                                               104             184             728           15        5         7        3         –            –     –      –        –        –

79     Amusement and recreation services                             364             659         3 510             32       18         3        6         4           1      –      –        –        –
793      Bowling centers                                             137             230             878            7        1         2        1         3            –     –      –        –        –
799      Misc. amusement, recreation services                        213             387         2 464             21       14         –        5         1           1      –      –        –        –
7997       Membership sports and recreation clubs                    146             214         1 251              5        2         –        1         1           1      –      –        –        –

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




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

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

       BAY Con.
           Services Con.
80     Health services                                             4 001        22 411         104   858         182        67       68        28         8           6     4       –        –        1
801     Offices and clinics of medical doctors                       511         4 484          23   823          65        26       26         7         5           1     –       –        –        –
802     Offices and clinics of dentists                              299         1 528           8   009          48        15       25         7         1           –     –       –        –        –
803     Offices of osteopathic physicians                            146           676           3   015          15         7        5         1         2           –     –       –        –        –
805     Nursing and personal care facilities                         490         1 464           6   587          12         1        1         6         –           2     2       –        –        –
808     Home health care services                                    406         1 466           7   296           7         2        2         –         –           1     2       –        –        –
81     Legal services                                                214         1 210           7 044            46        31         8        6         1            –     –      –        –        –
82     Educational services                                          316            945          3 834            17         3         –        5         8           1      –      –        –        –
821      Elementary and secondary schools                            247            688          2 767            12         –         –        4         8           –      –      –        –        –
83     Social services                                               812         1 936           8   466          58        24       14        11         5           3     1       –        –        –
832      Individual and family services                              251           761           3   322          19         7        4         4         3           1     –       –        –        –
833      Job training and related services                           302           566           2   459           5         –        1         1         1           1     1       –        –        –
836      Residential care                                            147           372           1   665          12         5        3         2         1           1     –       –        –        –
86     Membership organizations                                      852         1 931           7 724           120        64       31        14        11            –     –      –        –        –
863      Labor organizations                                         124           205             814            21        13        3         3         2            –     –      –        –        –
864      Civic and social associations                               200           460           1 899            18        10        3         1         4            –     –      –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                     504         1 173           4 612            74        36       23        10         5            –     –      –        –        –
87     Engineering and management services                           494         3 293          15   138          60        34        10        7         8           1      –      –        –        –
871      Engineering and architectural services                      174           843           4   425          18         8         3        3         4           –      –      –        –        –
8711       Engineering services                                      150           780           4   165          13         5         2        2         4           –      –      –        –        –
872      Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                       221         1 460           6   110          26        15         3        4         4           –      –      –        –        –
           Unclassified establishments                                (B)           (D)              (D)          57        55         –        2         –            –     –      –        –        –



       BENZIE

                Total                                              2 446         8 079          39 212           371       247        74       31        13           3     2       1        –        –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               (A)           (D)              (D)           5         4         1         –        –            –     –      –        –        –
           Construction                                              179            865          6 146            69        58         9        1         1            –     –      –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                             537         2 162           9 330            23         8         5        2         5           2     1       –        –        –
20     Food and kindred products                                     164            658          3 058             3         –         –        1         –           2      –      –        –        –
23     Apparel and other textile products                             (C)           (D)              (D)           1         –         –         –        –            –     1      –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                        24            140              833           9         7         1        1         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                            (B)           (D)              (D)           7         5         1         –        1            –     –      –        –        –
           Retail trade                                              610         1 580           8 045           103        62       20        17         3           1      –      –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                   148            340          1 698            15         8         3        2         1           1      –      –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              126            310          1 523            11         6         3        –         1           1      –      –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                    193            331          2 067            28        14         5        7         2            –     –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            182            311          1 950            23        10         4        7         2            –     –      –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       147            590          2 711            26        15         8        2         1            –     –      –        –        –
           Services                                                  858         2 542          11 004           120        82        27        7         2            –    1       1        –        –
70     Hotels and other lodging places                               389         1 094           3 868            17        10         4        1         1            –     –      1        –        –
80     Health services                                               187            900          4 025            17         9         4        3         –            –    1       –        –        –
           Unclassified establishments                                35             55              331           9         6         2        1         –            –     –      –        –        –



       BERRIEN

                Total                                            57 138        293 506      1 292 456         3 835     2 041       777       514       319           99    61     14       6         4
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              211            503          3 217            57        41       11         4         1            –     –      –        –        –
07     Agricultural services                                         211            503          3 217            57        41       11         4         1            –     –      –        –        –
078      Landscape and horticultural services                        106            215          1 948            38        32        4         1         1            –     –      –        –        –
           Mining                                                     99            514          3 401             8         5         1         –        2            –     –      –        –        –
           Construction                                            1 526         6 815          37 864           331       232        53       37         8           1      –      –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                    444         2 017           9 302           103        77       15         9         1           1      –      –        –        –
151     General building contractors                                 323         1 565           6 787            66        50        9         5         1           1      –      –        –        –
16     Heavy construction, except building                           119            520          5 228            15         9         2        1         3            –     –      –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                     963         4 278          23   334         213       146        36       27         4            –     –      –        –        –
171      Plumbing, heating, air-conditioning                         315         1 540           7   256          49        26         9       12         2            –     –      –        –        –
173      Electrical work                                             190         1 137           5   695          33        19         6        8         –            –     –      –        –        –
175      Carpentry and floor work                                    101           442           2   605          26        21         3        1         1            –     –      –        –        –
179      Misc. special trade contractors                             124           423           2   326          31        23         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.




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32     MICHIGAN                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

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

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

       BERRIEN Con.
            Manufacturing                                        19 313        141 582         602   963          388      112        59       60        82           33    27     10       3         2
20     Food and kindred products                                    853          3 253          16   620           16        3         1        2         3            3     4      –       –         –
203      Preserved fruits and vegetables                            428          1 592           9   299            6        –         –        1         1            2     2      –       –         –
24     Lumber and wood products                                     219            968           4   669           15        7         2        2         3            1     –      –       –         –
243      Millwork, plywood and structural members                   151            645           3   246            7        3         1        1         1            1     –      –       –         –
25     Furniture and fixtures                                       462          3 396          13   765            8        –         1        –         3            3     1      –       –         –
254      Partitions and fixtures                                    256          2 107           8   517            5        –         1        –         2            1     1      –       –         –
26     Paper and allied products                                    611          4 101          19   255           11        –         1        1         5            2     2      –       –         –
262      Paper mills                                                290          2 380          11   277            3        –         –        –         1            1     1      –       –         –
27     Printing and publishing                                    1 815         10 509          42   735           42       16         8        6         4            4     2      2       –         –
271      Newspapers                                                 221            920           4   114            6        2         1        1         –            1     1      –       –         –
273      Books                                                      144            806           3   058            3        –         1        –         –            2     –      –       –         –
2732        Book printing                                           144            806           3   058            3        –         1        –         –            2     –      –       –         –
275      Commercial printing                                        944          5 556          22   903           23       10         5        3         2            1     1      1       –         –
2752        Commercial printing, lithographic                       875          5 174          21   018           17        7         3        3         1            1     1      1       –         –
28     Chemicals and allied products                                110            670           3   931            7        2         4        –         –            1     –      –       –         –
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                 1 985          9 505          38   617           28        8         3        6         4            1     3      2       1         –
3089        Plastics products, n.e.c.                             1 796          8 309          33   251           15        2         1        3         3            1     2      2       1         –
32     Stone, clay, and glass products                              132            457           2   602            8        2         3        1         1            1     –      –       –         –
33     Primary metal industries                                   1 605         10 619          46   305           28        1         1        5        12            3     6      –       –         –
332      Iron and steel foundries                                   115            562           2   480            3        –         –        –         2            1     –      –       –         –
336      Nonferrous foundries (castings)                          1 113          6 836          29   785           20        1         1        5         7            1     5      –       –         –
3363        Aluminum die-castings                                   797          4 857          21   602           12        1         –        3         4            –     4      –       –         –
3365        Aluminum foundries                                      219          1 573           6   145            4        –         1        1         –            1     1      –       –         –
34     Fabricated metal products                                  1 161          6 711          31   573           52       13         8       11        15            3     2      –       –         –
344      Fabricated structural metal products                       390          2 384          10   186           14        3         2        3         4            1     1      –       –         –
3444        Sheet metalwork                                         159            999           4   594            6        1         –        2         2            1     –      –       –         –
346      Metal forgings and stampings                               121            841           4   063            5        1         –        1         2            1     –      –       –         –
347      Metal services, n.e.c.                                     332          1 327           6   935           17        5         2        3         6            1     –      –       –         –
3471        Plating and polishing                                   132            587           3   054           10        4         1        2         3            –     –      –       –         –
3479        Metal coating and allied services                       200            740           3   881            7        1         1        1         3            1     –      –       –         –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                         4 646         35 738         156   291          112       31        20       19        27            7     4      3       1         –
354      Metalworking machinery                                   1 387         11 489          50   551           50       16         5       12        12            3     1      1       –         –
3544        Special dies, tools, jigs and fixtures                  884          6 379          29   548           41       13         4       10        10            3     1      –       –         –
3559        Special industry machinery, n.e.c.                      249          1 450           6   032            7        1         –        2         3            1     –      –       –         –
356      General industrial machinery                               736          5 148          22   713            8        –         2        1         2            –     2      1       –         –
357      Computer and office equipment                            1 189         10 042          41   925            3        –         –        –         –            1     1      –       1         –
359      Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                               532          3 769          16   693           38       13        11        4         8            2     –      –       –         –
36     Electronic and other electronic equipment                    708          6 391          22   599           12        5         2        1         1            –     1      2       –         –
37     Transportation equipment                                    1 578        15 343          61 652             17       10         1        2         1           1     1       –        –        1
371      Motor vehicles and equipment                              1 560        15 285          61 444             13        7         1        1         1           1     1       –        –        1
38     Instruments and related products                               (F)           (D)              (D)            4        1         –        1         –           1      –      –       1         –
39     Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                         (C)           (D)             (D)            12        6         3        1         1           1     –       –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                2 326        27 326         113 935             10        2         –        2         2           1     1       1        –        1
           Transportation and public utilities                     2 179        19 020          79 838            117       56        19       19        20           2      –      –       1         –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                      452         2 529          11 715             53       29         9        6         9           –      –      –       –         –
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                   404         2 220          10 054             45       25         6        6         8           –      –      –       –         –
47     Transportation services                                       101            364          1 567             17        9         5        2         1            –     –      –        –        –
48     Communication                                                 352         2 340           9 964             22        8         2        5         6           1      –      –        –        –
481      Telephone communication                                     119         1 228           5 267             11        6         1        2         1           1      –      –        –        –
483      Radio and television broadcasting                           145           594           2 557              6        1         –        2         3           –      –      –        –        –
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                        1 156        13 371          54 544              9        2         1        2         2           1      –      –       1         –
           Wholesale trade                                         2 481        16 154          73   564          229      104        55       47        16           4     3       –        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                             1 268         9 026          39   897          140       68        32       31         5           3     1       –        –        –
501     Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                          239         1 190           5   522           31       18         7        4         1           1     –       –        –        –
5013      Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                       125           630           2   691           19       12         2        4         1           –     –       –        –        –
504     Professional and commercial equipment                        215         1 548           6   940           18       10         4        2         1           –     1       –        –        –
506     Electrical goods                                             163         2 030           8   215           15        5         3        5         2           –     –       –        –        –
507     Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment                     139           682           2   743            9        4         3        1         –           1     –       –        –        –
5072      Hardware                                                   102           447           1   811            4        1         2        –         –           1     –       –        –        –
508     Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           220         1 415           5   966           30       11         8       11         –           –     –       –        –        –
5085      Industrial supplies                                        118           820           3   266           13        3         5        5         –           –     –       –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                             (F)           (D)               (D)          83       34        23       16        10           –      –      –        –        –
511      Paper and paper products                                    118           606           3   579           12        3         4        4         1           –      –      –        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                              195         1 365           6   054           22       11         5        4         2           –      –      –        –        –
5149       Groceries and related products, n.e.c.                    136           923           4   074            8        2         1        3         2           –      –      –        –        –
517      Petroleum and petroleum products                            105           584           3   198           12        7         1        2         2           –      –      –        –        –
518      Beer, wine, and distilled beverages                         112           565           2   703            6        –         2        2         2           –      –      –        –        –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                      168           556           3   229           21       10         5        3         3           –      –      –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                   (E)           (D)               (D)           6        2         –        –         1           1      2      –        –        –

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




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COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                         MICHIGAN 33

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

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

       BERRIEN Con.
           Retail trade                                          11 726         28 682         134 422           969       420      242       151       111           33    11      –       1         –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        470         1 818           8 871            70        34       21        11         4            –     –      –        –        –
521      Lumber and other building materials                         256         1 165           5 814            27         8       10         6         3            –     –      –        –        –
525      Hardware stores                                             132           329           1 492            19         8        6         4         1            –     –      –        –        –
53     General merchandise stores                                  1 491         3 606          17 676            20         2         4        1         6           1     5       –       1         –
531      Department stores                                         1 275         3 033          15 371             8         1         –        –         –           1     5       –       1         –
533      Variety stores                                              159           341           1 330             9         1         3        1         4           –     –       –       –         –
54     Food stores                                                 1 941         4 705          21 028           110        43        24       13        18           9     3       –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                            1 749         4 358          19 119            75        21        17        9        16           9     3       –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                     1 392         5 237          24   216         148        62       46        23        13           4      –      –        –        –
551      New and used car dealers                                    426         2 515          12   155          17         1        2         4         9           1      –      –        –        –
553      Auto and home supply stores                                 166           663           3   052          28        17        7         3         1           –      –      –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   688         1 677           6   757          82        31       33        13         2           3      –      –        –        –
56     Apparel and accessory stores                                  560         1 028           4 446            72        34       18        15         4           1      –      –        –        –
562      Women’s clothing stores                                     252           446           1 924            30        10        9         8         3           –      –      –        –        –
57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          271         1 098           4 455            60        34       22         3         1            –     –      –        –        –
571      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        139           504           2 367            33        21        9         3         –            –     –      –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                  4 299         6 938          33 494           313       121        66       50        57           17    2       –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                          4 024         6 522          31 227           255        80        55       47        54           17    2       –        –        –
5813        Drinking places                                          213           354           1 620            41        28         9        2         2            –    –       –        –        –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                        1 115         3 254          15 135           167        87       38        34         7           1     –       –        –        –
591      Drug stores and proprietary stores                          353         1 342           5 648            30         7       10         8         5           –     –       –        –        –
592      Liquor stores                                               103           179             824            17         8        4         5         –           –     –       –        –        –
594      Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                         289           544           2 411            55        28       14        13         –           –     –       –        –        –
596      Nonstore retailers                                          159           649           3 443            13         7        1         3         1           1     –       –        –        –
599      Retail stores, n.e.c.                                       176           414           2 203            42        31        6         4         1           –     –       –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                  187           998           5 101             9         3        3         1         1           –     1       –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                     2 600        16 607          66 190           327       201        84       22        12           4     3       1        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                     1 082         5 393          23   107          91        26        44        8         9           3     1       –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                            749         3 674          16   093          63        17        32        7         4           2     1       –        –        –
603      Savings institutions                                        141           723           3   022          12         3         6        –         3           –     –       –        –        –
606      Credit unions                                               192           996           3   992          16         6         6        1         2           1     –       –        –        –
61     Nondepository institutions                                     (E)           (D)              (D)           7         3         2         –        –            –     1      1        –        –
64     Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        250         1 410           6 265            87        72       11         4         –            –     –      –        –        –
65     Real estate                                                   436         1 603           7 887           110        81       20         6         2           1      –      –        –        –
651      Real estate operators and lessors                           195           527           2 361            40        29        7         2         1           1      –      –        –        –
653      Real estate agents and managers                             188           759           3 621            62        48       11         2         1           –      –      –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                   (C)           (D)             (D)            1         –        –         –         –           –      1      –        –        –
           Services                                              16 846         63 269         288 399        1 271        740      249       170        67           22    17      3       1         2
70     Hotels and other lodging places                               598         1 151           5 505            42        17         6       11         6           1     1       –        –        –
701     Hotels and motels                                            582         1 099           5 182            34        10         5       11         6           1     1       –        –        –
72     Personal services                                             621         1 653           7   914         113        69       24        18         1           1      –      –        –        –
721      Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                     265           689           3   510          33        16       10         5         1           1      –      –        –        –
7216       Drycleaning plants, except rug                            113           289           1   247           7         1        3         2         –           1      –      –        –        –
723      Beauty shops                                                178           449           1   972          43        29        8         6         –           –      –      –        –        –
73     Business services                                           3 416        11 675          52   395         142        66        20       23        17           6     8       2        –        –
734      Services to buildings                                       484           803           3   379          30        15         4        8         2           –     1       –        –        –
7349       Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                     431           591           2   460          23        13         2        5         2           –     1       –        –        –
736      Personnel supply services                                 1 522         4 706          22   315          21         4         –        4         4           4     4       1        –        –
7361       Employment agencies                                       389         1 182           6   908           7         3         –        1         –           1     2       –        –        –
7363       Help supply services                                    1 133         3 524          15   407          14         1         –        3         4           3     2       1        –        –
737      Computer and data processing services                       114           963           4   305          15        11         1        1         2           –     –       –        –        –
738      Miscellaneous business services                           1 012         3 561          15 086            34        14         4        6         4           2     3       1        –        –
7381       Detective and armored car services                        516         1 654           6 759             8         1         –        2         1           1     3       –        –        –
7389       Business services, n.e.c.                                 459         1 807           7 904            22        12         3        2         3           1     –       1        –        –

75     Auto repair, services, and parking                            410         1 681           7 649            98        68       20         8         2            –     –      –        –        –
753      Automotive repair shops                                     305         1 377           6 177            82        59       16         6         1            –     –      –        –        –
7532       Top and body repair and paint shops                       124           656           2 951            27        17        7         2         1            –     –      –        –        –
7538       General automotive repair shops                           105           384           1 791            42        35        6         1         –            –     –      –        –        –

76     Miscellaneous repair services                                 227         1 220           5 334            52        38         9        3         2            –     –      –        –        –
769      Miscellaneous repair shops                                  109            568          2 394            26        20         4        1         1            –     –      –        –        –

78     Motion pictures                                               135            282          1 418            22        13         5        3         1            –     –      –        –        –

79     Amusement and recreation services                             493         1 022           6 007            59        34         8       13         3            –    1       –        –        –
799      Misc. amusement, recreation services                        394            852          5 361            46        27         7        9         2            –    1       –        –        –
7997       Membership sports and recreation clubs                    124            483          3 172            15         8         1        5         1            –    –       –        –        –

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




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34     MICHIGAN                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

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

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

       BERRIEN Con.
           Services Con.
80     Health services                                             5 485        27 769         129   154          254      125       69        36        10           6     5       1       1         1
801      Offices and clinics of medical doctors                      833         6 794          34   906          101       48       31        14         7           –     1       –       –         –
802      Offices and clinics of dentists                             359         1 605           7   293           60       23       27        10         –           –     –       –       –         –
804      Offices of other health practitioners                       168           677           3   125           47       37        7         3         –           –     –       –       –         –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                        698         1 798           7   916           11        2        –         2         1           4     2       –       –         –
806      Hospitals                                                 2 969        15 314          65   325            4        –        –         –         –           –     1       1       1         1
808      Home health care services                                   338           864           5   007           10        3        –         2         2           2     1       –       –         –
81     Legal services                                                288         2 141           9   772           68       48       12         7         1           –     –       –       –         –
82     Educational services                                        2 144         5 905          25   861           15        4        4         3         3           –     –       –       –         1
83     Social services                                             1 183         2 798          11   751           89       46       15        13         7           7     1       –       –         –
832      Individual and family services                              382         1 212           4   508           21        8        5         3         4           –     1       –       –         –
833      Job training and related services                           342           603           2   686            7        1        –         1         –           5     –       –       –         –
835      Child day care services                                     159           227           1   160           14        9        1         2         1           1     –       –       –         –
836      Residential care                                            254           565           2   584           29       15        4         7         2           1     –       –       –         –
86     Membership organizations                                    1 166         2 610          10   811          209      141       40        18         9           –     1       –       –         –
864      Civic and social associations                               178           312           1   382           33       23        5         4         1           –     –       –       –         –
866      Religious organizations                                     813         1 786           7   451          136       90       26        12         7           –     1       –       –         –
87     Engineering and management services                           560         2 847          12   916           91       65       11         9         5           1     –       –       –         –
871      Engineering and architectural services                      119           728           3   908           19       14        2         2         1           –     –       –       –         –
872      Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                       171           874           3   729           40       30        5         4         1           –     –       –       –         –
874      Management and public relations                             196           748           3   534           22       14        3         3         1           1     –       –       –         –
8741       Management services                                       108           365           1   661            5        2        –         2         –           1     –       –       –         –
           Unclassified establishments                               157             360         2 598            138      130         4        4         –            –     –      –        –        –


       BRANCH
                Total                                              9 546        42 782         191 282            837      469      170        99        63           22    13      –       1         –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               31             87            397              7        5        1         1         –            –     –      –        –        –
          Mining                                                      (B)           (D)             (D)             2        –        1         –         1            –     –      –        –        –
          Construction                                               324         1 300           6 932             69       49       10         7         3            –     –      –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                     241           875           4 619             49       34        7         5         3            –     –      –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                           3 463        20   340        88   525           91       26        14       13        17           10    11      –        –        –
20     Food and kindred products                                     349         2   508        10   347            6        1         1        –         1            1     2      –        –        –
24     Lumber and wood products                                      237         1   087         4   618            8        3         –        1         3            –     1      –        –        –
25     Furniture and fixtures                                        465         2   444        10   102            8        1         1        –         3            2     1      –        –        –
254      Partitions and fixtures                                     332         1   645         6   000            3        –         –        –         2            –     1      –        –        –
2542        Partitions and fixtures, except wood                     332         1   645         6   000            3        –         –        –         2            –     1      –        –        –
27     Printing and publishing                                       140             690         2   845            7        2         1        2         1            1     –      –        –        –
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    246         1   501         6   027            7        4         1        1         –            –     1      –        –        –
34     Fabricated metal products                                     864         4   990        21   333           20        4         5        4         2            1     4      –        –        –
344      Fabricated structural metal products                        236             920         5   344            7        1         3        2         –            –     1      –        –        –
349      Misc. fabricated metal products                             512         3   484        13   255            8        1         1        1         2            –     3      –        –        –
3499        Fabricated metal products, n.e.c.                        190         1   435         5   705            5        1         1        1         1            –     1      –        –        –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            280         1   481         7   682           17        7         3        2         3            2     –      –        –        –
359      Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                                159             741         4   254            8        3         2        –         2            1     –      –        –        –
3599        Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                             159             741         4   254            8        3         2        –         2            1     –      –        –        –
37     Transportation equipment                                      459         2   860        13   621            7        1         –        2         1            2     1      –        –        –
3714        Motor vehicle parts and accessories                      358         2   479        11   763            4        –         –        1         1            1     1      –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                   (C)             (D)             (D)           2        1         –        –         –            –     1      –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                       200         1 375           6   461           33       23         3        3         4           –      –      –        –        –
          Wholesale trade                                            561         3 346          15   042           54       23        12       12         6           1      –      –        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                               318         2 136           9   412           34       17         9        5         2           1      –      –        –        –
505     Metals and minerals, except petroleum                        115           957           3   657            4        –         2        1         –           1      –      –        –        –
5051      Metals service centers and offices                         115           957           3   657            4        –         2        1         –           1      –      –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                             (C)            (D)             (D)           19        6         2        7         4            –     –      –        –        –
           Retail trade                                            2 176         5 031          22 976            217       95        59       33        25           4     1       –        –        –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        156           495           2 182             24       14         5        2         3           –     –       –        –        –
53     General merchandise stores                                    294             693         3 140              6        2         1         –        1           1     1       –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                   264             762         3 448             22       10         3        4         4           1      –      –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              255             746         3 367             19        8         2        4         4           1      –      –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       353         1 160           5 404             43       13       18         8         4            –     –      –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   144           334           1 347             22        5       13         4         –            –     –      –        –        –
56     Apparel and accessory stores                                  126             243             992           15        5         5        3         2            –     –      –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                    723             916         4 465             59       26       13         7        11           2      –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            655             830         3 940             45       15       12         5        11           2      –      –        –        –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                          202             592         2 459             35       19         8        8         –            –     –      –        –        –

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




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

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

       BRANCH Con.
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       391         1 889           8 196            74        56       12         3         1           2      –      –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       252         1 105           4 734            22        12        5         2         1           2      –      –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                            194           808           3 494            15         7        5         1         –           2      –      –        –        –
           Services                                                2 338         9 126          41 905           278       181        57       27         6           5     1       –       1         –
72     Personal services                                             103           209             880            27        17         9        1         –           –     –       –       –         –
73     Business services                                             269             786         2 973            27        18         3        3         1           2      –      –        –        –
735      Misc. equipment rental and leasing                          107             369           819             8         6         1        –         –           1      –      –        –        –
76     Miscellaneous repair services                                 115             471         2 224            10         4         4        1         –           1      –      –        –        –
79     Amusement and recreation services                             114             345         2 450            20        12         5        1         2            –     –      –        –        –
80     Health services                                             1 006         5 193          24 015            50        29         9       10         –            –    1       –       1         –
83     Social services                                               115             399         1 634            19        13         2        3         1            –     –      –        –        –
86     Membership organizations                                      201             273         1 126            50        37         9        3         1            –     –      –        –        –
87     Engineering and management services                           160             674         2 991            16         8         5        2         –           1      –      –        –        –
874      Management and public relations                             102             364         1 784             4         2         –        1         –           1      –      –        –        –
           Unclassified establishments                                (A)            (D)             (D)          12        11         1         –        –            –     –      –        –        –


       CALHOUN
                Total                                            54 191        317 428      1 330 632         3 026     1 415       743       456       246           81    59     16       3         7
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              182             522         2 964            33        19         7        5         2            –     –      –        –        –
07     Agricultural services                                         182             522         2 964            33        19         7        5         2            –     –      –        –        –
           Mining                                                    104           596           3   620           8         1        2         3         2           –      –      –        –        –
          Construction                                             1 401         7 784          41   901         217       133       41        26        14           3      –      –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                    302         1 666           8   381          66        46       11         8         –           1      –      –        –        –
151     General building contractors                                 234         1 443           7   045          42        27        7         7         –           1      –      –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                   1 039         5 855          30   508         145        85        29       16        13           2      –      –        –        –
171      Plumbing, heating, air-conditioning                         208         1 542           7   193          30        15         8        4         3           –      –      –        –        –
173      Electrical work                                             168         1 332           5   717          25        15         5        2         3           –      –      –        –        –
174      Masonry, stonework, and plastering                          163           972           4   809          12         6         –        3         2           1      –      –        –        –
176      Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                       148           417           3   067          13         5         5        1         1           1      –      –        –        –
179      Misc. special trade contractors                             156           862           3   756          26        17         6        1         2           –      –      –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                         16 656        152   531       612   425         211        47        30       38        45           13    24      9       2         3
20     Food and kindred products                                  4 321         51   624       207   325          18         4         2        1         5            –     3      1       –         2
204      Grain mill products                                      3 821         48   875       196   211           7         2         –        1         1            –     –      1       –         2
2043       Cereal breakfast foods                                 3 776         48   615       194   890           3         –         –        –         –            –     –      1       –         2
25     Furniture and fixtures                                        384         2 058          10 149             7         2         –         –        3           1     1       –        –        –
26     Paper and allied products                                     804         7 411          33 547             7         –         1        1         1            –     4      –        –        –
27     Printing and publishing                                       880         5   106        21   022          35        11         6        9         6           1     2       –        –        –
275      Commercial printing                                         453         2   295         9   493          23         9         4        5         4           –     1       –        –        –
2752       Commercial printing, lithographic                         388         1   955         7   904          14         4         2        5         2           –     1       –        –        –
279      Printing trade services                                     141         1   477         5   514           3         –         –        1         1           1     –       –        –        –
2796       Platemaking services                                      141         1   477         5   514           3         –         –        1         1           1     –       –        –        –
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                  1 162         7   534        30   331          12         2         –        2         2           2     3       1        –        –
306      Fabricated rubber products, n.e.c.                          187         1   439         5   626           3         –         –        1         1           –     1       –        –        –
3069       Fabricated rubber products, n.e.c.                        187         1   439         5   626           3         –         –        1         1           –     1       –        –        –
308      Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                     975         6   095        24   705           9         2         –        1         1           2     2       1        –        –
3089       Plastics products, n.e.c.                                 271         1   218         5   555           4         –         –        1         1           1     1       –        –        –
32     Stone, clay, and glass products                               261         1 517           6 724            10         4         3        1         1            –    1       –        –        –
33     Primary metal industries                                    1 044         7 196          30 129            10         1         1        2         3           1      –      2        –        –
332      Iron and steel foundries                                    597         4 478          18 789             4         –         1        –         1           1      –      1        –        –
34     Fabricated metal products                                   1 379         8 572          39   025          34         4         5        8        11           1     5       –        –        –
344      Fabricated structural metal products                        104           953           4   360           7         1         2        2         2           –     –       –        –        –
345      Screw machine products, bolts, etc.                         294         2 045           8   444           5         –         1        –         2           –     2       –        –        –
346      Metal forgings and stampings                                271         1 827           7   424           4         –         1        –         2           –     1       –        –        –
349      Misc. fabricated metal products                             409         2 109          10   576           9         2         1        2         2           1     1       –        –        –
3496       Misc. fabricated wire products                            329         1 731           8   956           3         –         –        1         –           1     1       –        –        –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            677         4 917          20 640            27        10         5        1         8           2      –      1        –        –
354      Metalworking machinery                                      128           872           4 031            10         4         2        –         4           –      –      –        –        –
359      Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                                155           827           4 231             9         4         2        –         1           2      –      –        –        –
36     Electronic and other electronic equipment                     656         4 066          18 609             6         1         –        1         2           1      –      1        –        –
37     Transportation equipment                                    3 316        23 898          99 892            13         1         2        2         –           1     3       2       1         1
371      Motor vehicles and equipment                              3 316        23 898          99 892            13         1         2        2         –           1     3       2       1         1
39     Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                        200         1 132           5 210             9         3         2        2         1           –     1       –       –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                1 365        26 404          85 129             7         –         –        1         1           2     1       1       1         –

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




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36     MICHIGAN                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

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

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

       CALHOUN Con.
           Transportation and public utilities                     1 453         9 642          41 631          105         48        24       14        13           3     3       –        –        –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                      384         1 843           8 457           50         26       16         3         4           1      –      –        –        –
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                   370         1 803           8 275           45         21       16         3         4           1      –      –        –        –

45     Transportation by air                                         202         1 327           5 588            4          –         –        3         –            –    1       –        –        –

47     Transportation services                                       181         1 016           3 946           14          7         3        2         1           1      –      –        –        –

48     Communication                                                 230         1 653           6 927           19          8         3        3         5            –     –      –        –        –
483      Radio and television broadcasting                           106            533          2 259            6          1         –        2         3            –     –      –        –        –

49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          361         3 467          15 220            8          2         –        2         1           1     2       –        –        –

           Wholesale trade                                         1 405         8 677          38 240          157         74        43       19        18           2     1       –        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                               877         5 334          23 170           95         43        28        9        13           1     1       –        –        –
506      Electrical goods                                            129            803          3 596           13          5         3        2         3            –     –      –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                          232         1 642           7 508           24          8       11         1         3           1      –      –        –        –

51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                             (E)           (D)             (D)          60         30        15       10         4           1      –      –        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                              165         1 247           5 922           14          6         3        2         2           1      –      –        –        –

           Retail trade                                          11 795         30 745         137 210          858        297      253       171        93           31    12      –       1         –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        349         1 410           6 082           49         19       19         8         3            –     –      –        –        –
521      Lumber and other building materials                         158            888          3 761           19          5         9        3         2            –     –      –        –        –

53     General merchandise stores                                  1 829         4 519          20 033           20          –         3        4         2           6     4       –       1         –
531      Department stores                                         1 570         3 932          17 673            9          –         –         –        –           4     4       –       1         –

54     Food stores                                                 1 696         3 987          17 738           99         33        37        9         9           6     5       –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                            1 567         3 713          16 572           83         28        30        7         7           6     5       –        –        –
546      Retail bakeries                                             103            218             928           9          2         3        2         2            –     –      –        –        –

55     Automotive dealers and service stations                     1 459         6 105          28 212          122         46        32       20        20           4      –      –        –        –
551      New and used car dealers                                    593         3 756          17 393           21          2         1        2        14           2      –      –        –        –
553      Auto and home supply stores                                 199            592          2 699           25         11         8        5         1            –     –      –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   602         1 496           6 774           59         22       18        12         5           2      –      –        –        –

56     Apparel and accessory stores                                  493         1 026           4 520           79         31       31        17         –            –     –      –        –        –
562      Women’s clothing stores                                     233            456          2 029           27          5       10        12         –            –     –      –        –        –
566      Shoe stores                                                 110            274          1 110           23         13         9        1         –            –     –      –        –        –

57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          331         1 159           5 150           55         24       22         8         1            –     –      –        –        –
571      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        189            654          2 871           31         13       13         5         –            –     –      –        –        –
573      Radio, television, and computer stores                      119            428          1 917           19          9         6        3         1            –     –      –        –        –

58     Eating and drinking places                                  4 093         6 943          31 249          267         81       55        65        50           15    1       –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                          3 869         6 586          29 368          210         45       41        59        49           15    1       –        –        –
5813        Drinking places                                          208           339           1 352           40         21       12         6         1            –    –       –        –        –

59     Miscellaneous retail                                        1 297         3 840          16 969          163         62        53       40         7            –    1       –        –        –
591      Drug stores and proprietary stores                          328         1 245           5 717           29          3       10        12         4            –     –      –        –        –
593      Used merchandise stores                                     159            250          1 050           11          7         3         –        –            –    1       –        –        –
594      Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                         446            897          4 110           59         18       23        17         1            –     –      –        –        –
5947       Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                         112            175            813           18          8        7         3         –            –     –      –        –        –
599      Retail stores, n.e.c.                                       214           773           3 122           39         22       10         6         1            –    –       –        –        –
5999      Miscellaneous retail stores, n.e.c.                        108           488           1 946           18         10        4         3         1            –    –       –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                  248         1 756           7 257            4          1        1         –         1            –    1       –        –        –

           Finance, insurance, and real estate                     4 223        33 865         134 006          227        127        52       29        12           3     1       2        –        1
60     Depository institutions                                       729         3 537          15 280           61         11        24       18         6           2      –      –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                            396         1 937           8 110           30          4       12        11         1           2      –      –        –        –
603      Savings institutions                                        136            604          2 825           13          1         8        2         2            –     –      –        –        –
606      Credit unions                                               197            996          4 345           18          6         4        5         3            –     –      –        –        –

63     Insurance carriers                                          2 652        24 521          93 281           21         10         1        4         2           1      –      2        –        1

64     Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        198         1 113           4 736           60         49         8        2         1            –     –      –        –        –

65     Real estate                                                   278            840          4 159           62         43       14         3         2            –     –      –        –        –
651      Real estate operators and lessors                           108            293          1 512           18         12         4        1         1            –     –      –        –        –
653      Real estate agents and managers                             142            431          1 998           36         26         8        1         1            –     –      –        –        –

67     Holding and other investment offices                          314         3 265          13 690           13          8         2        1         1            –    1       –        –        –

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




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

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

       CALHOUN Con.
           Services                                              16 872         72 806         317 480        1 123        591      286       147        47           26    18      5        –        3
70     Hotels and other lodging places                               467         1 169           5 582            24         8         5        7         2           1     1       –        –        –
701     Hotels and motels                                            441         1 109           5 274            18         3         5        7         1           1     1       –        –        –
72     Personal services                                             833         2 276           9   439         116        56       35        18         5           2      –      –        –        –
721      Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                     377         1 242           5   042          41        19       14         4         3           1      –      –        –        –
7216       Drycleaning plants, except rug                            142           311           1   369          18         5        9         3         1           –      –      –        –        –
723      Beauty shops                                                146           293           1   289          29        16        8         5         –           –      –      –        –        –
729      Miscellaneous personal services                             139           237               706          19         8        7         3         –           1      –      –        –        –
7291       Tax return preparation services                           106           159               315           9         2        3         3         –           1      –      –        –        –
73     Business services                                           2 594         8 396          36 581           118        53        29       13        10           6     5       2        –        –
734      Services to buildings                                       338           629           2 587            27        13         8        2         2           2     –       –        –        –
736      Personnel supply services                                 1 222         3 795          17 069            16         2         4        1         2           3     2       2        –        –
738      Miscellaneous business services                             792         2 604          10 882            31        11         6        6         4           1     3       –        –        –
7381       Detective and armored car services                        165           346           1 626             5         2         –        1         1           –     1       –        –        –
7389       Business services, n.e.c.                                 612         2 223           9 117            23         8         4        5         3           1     2       –        –        –

75     Auto repair, services, and parking                            712         2 805          12 593            88        46        24       13         2           2     1       –        –        –
753      Automotive repair shops                                     387         2 014           9 220            68        37       18        11         1           1      –      –        –        –
7538       General automotive repair shops                           125           596           2 774            29        18        5         6         –           –      –      –        –        –
754      Automotive services, except repair                          311            750          3 184            13         3         5        2         1           1     1       –        –        –
7549       Automotive services, n.e.c.                               242            620          2 613             4         –         2        –         –           1     1       –        –        –

76     Miscellaneous repair services                                 159            665          3 622            29        22         3        2         1           1      –      –        –        –

78     Motion pictures                                               127            234              740          16         7         4        3         2            –     –      –        –        –

79     Amusement and recreation services                             437         1 006           6 122            49        29         7        7         4           2      –      –        –        –
793      Bowling centers                                             165            305          1 087             6         1         1        1         2           1      –      –        –        –
799      Misc. amusement, recreation services                        217            607          4 594            32        20         5        5         1           1      –      –        –        –
7997       Membership sports and recreation clubs                    111            292          2 197            11         6         1        3         –           1      –      –        –        –

80     Health services                                             6 757        40 992         177 762           295       147        92       31         5           8     9       1        –        2
801      Offices and clinics of medical doctors                      806         6 082          29 520           135        72        41       18         4            –     –      –        –        –
802      Offices and clinics of dentists                             317         1 342           6 355            57        22       30         5         –            –     –      –        –        –
804      Offices of other health practitioners                       142            593          2 755            39        29         8        2         –            –     –      –        –        –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                        799         2 430          10 783            14         4         –        2         –           3      5      –        –        –
806      Hospitals                                                 3 892        27 089         112 047             7         –         –        1         –           1     2       1        –        2
807      Medical and dental laboratories                             235         1 227           6 033            12         8         3         –        –            –    1       –        –        –
808      Home health care services                                   396         1 447           6 118            10         1         2        2         1           3     1       –        –        –
809      Health and allied services, n.e.c.                          115            558          2 858             7         3         2        1         –           1      –      –        –        –

81     Legal services                                                163            923          4 670            42        32         9         –        1            –     –      –        –        –

82     Educational services                                        1 327         3 565          14 471            15         5         1        6         2            –     –      –        –        1

83     Social services                                             1 317         4 779          19 510            96        46        21       19         5           3     1       1        –        –
832      Individual and family services                              195            819          3 486            28        12       10         4         2            –     –      –        –        –
833      Job training and related services                           146            147              646           4         1         1         –        –           2      –      –        –        –
835      Child day care services                                     161            289          1 169            21        10         4        5         2            –     –      –        –        –
836      Residential care                                            430         2 337           9 162            28        16         3        7         –           1     1       –        –        –
839      Social services, n.e.c.                                     385         1 187           5 004            12         4         3        3         1            –     –      1        –        –

86     Membership organizations                                    1 073         2 320           9 594           158        94       39        18         5           1     1       –        –        –
863      Labor organizations                                         200            484          1 762            33        18         8        6         1            –     –      –        –        –
864      Civic and social associations                               328            638          2 687            30        19         7        2         1            –    1       –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                     489            989          4 226            83        49       21         9         3           1      –      –        –        –

87     Engineering and management services                           831         2 844          12 483            70        43        16        9         1            –     –      1        –        –
872      Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                       173         1 200           5 129            33        21         6        5         1            –     –      –        –        –
874      Management and public relations                             592         1 279           5 662            19        11         4        3         –            –     –      1        –        –
8741      Management services                                        509           894           3 887             7         5         1        –         –            –     –      1        –        –

           Unclassified establishments                               100            260          1 155            87        78         5        4         –            –     –      –        –        –



       CASS

                Total                                              8 672        40 661         178 253           815       460      183        91        52           15    11      3        –        –

           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               (B)           (D)              (D)          15        11         1        3         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Mining                                                     (A)           (D)              (D)           3         1         2         –        –            –     –      –        –        –
           Construction                                              289         1 117           6 227            72        52       16         2         2            –     –      –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                     182            792          4 390            44        30       12         1         1            –     –      –        –        –

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




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38     MICHIGAN                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

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

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

       CASS Con.
           Manufacturing                                           3 535        22 765          96 136            88        20        19       13        18           8     7       3        –        –
24     Lumber and wood products                                      516         2 531          11 303            15         5         2        2         4           1     1       –        –        –
243      Millwork, plywood and structural members                    374         1 922           7 993             4         1         –        –         1           1     1       –        –        –
25     Furniture and fixtures                                         (E)           (D)             (D)            4         1         2        –         –           –     –       1        –        –
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    451         2 254           9 417            12         4         2        2         –           2     2       –        –        –
3089       Plastics products, n.e.c.                                 326         1 690           6 975             6         2         –        1         –           1     2       –        –        –
33     Primary metal industries                                      684         6 193          25 355             3         –         –        –         –           –     2       1        –        –
34     Fabricated metal products                                     170           966           4 436            12         2         3        4         3           –     –       –        –        –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            458         3 365          14 136            20         6         6        1         4           2     1       –        –        –
354      Metalworking machinery                                      202         1 860           8 109             8         3         2        –         2           –     1       –        –        –
359      Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                                155         1 088           4 763             7         3         1        –         2           1     –       –        –        –
37     Transportation equipment                                      564         3 603          13 939             6         1         –        –         2           1     1       1        –        –
3714       Motor vehicle parts and accessories                       145           637           3 088             3         –         –        –         2           1     –       –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                   (C)           (D)             (D)            2         –         –        1         –           1     –       –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                       232         1   468         7   219          33        18         8        5         1           1     –       –        –        –
          Wholesale trade                                            592         2   967        13   135          61        30        13       12         5           –     1       –        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                               195         1   012         4   698          31        14         9        8         –           –     –       –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                            397         1   955         8   437          30        16         4        4         5           –     1       –        –        –
519     Misc. nondurable goods                                       194             684         2   892           7         3         2        1         –           –     1       –        –        –
           Retail trade                                            1 789         4 558          20   009         200        96       53        30        16           5      –      –        –        –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        135           405           1   909          15         7        2         4         2           –      –      –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                   331           790           3   439          32        16       10         1         3           2      –      –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              313           764           3   271          25        11        9         –         3           2      –      –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       364         1 617           7   404          31        11        7         9         3           1      –      –        –        –
551      New and used car dealers                                    198         1 252           5   631           6         –        –         2         3           1      –      –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   112           251           1   143          14         4        5         5         –           –      –      –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                    657           998           3   961          68        30       18        12         6           2      –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            593           884           3   376          47        15       12        12         6           2      –      –        –        –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                          174           442           1   851          35        23        8         3         1           –      –      –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       334         1 584           7 359            62        41       15         2         4            –     –      –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       174           828           3 476            19         6       10         –         3            –     –      –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                            149           705           2 969            14         4        7         –         3            –     –      –        –        –
           Services                                                1 808         5 773          25 701           251       163        54       24         6           1     3       –        –        –
72     Personal services                                             123           248             980            27        14        10        3         –           –     –       –        –        –
73     Business services                                             260           600           2 466            11         7         2        1         –           –     1       –        –        –
75     Auto repair, services, and parking                            105           334           1 631            33        24         8        1         –           –     –       –        –        –
80     Health services                                               601         2 805          12 410            39        26         6        3         1           1     2       –        –        –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                        229           727           3 154             3         –         –        –         1           1     1       –        –        –
83     Social services                                               119           271           1 417            17         9         1        6         1           –     –       –        –        –
86     Membership organizations                                      251             390         1 676            52        34       13         4         1            –     –      –        –        –
866     Religious organizations                                      145             274         1 137            32        23        7         1         1            –     –      –        –        –
           Unclassified establishments                                33             146             904          30        28         2         –        –            –     –      –        –        –


       CHARLEVOIX
                Total                                              7 601        35 463         167 990           776       484      156        65        48           12    8       2       1         –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               13             15            240            14        14         –        –         –            –     –      –        –        –
          Mining                                                      (A)           (D)             (D)            1         1         –        –         –            –     –      –        –        –
          Construction                                               507         2 308          12 379           130        91        27       10         2            –     –      –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                    205         1 079           4 121            54        40         9        5         –            –     –      –        –        –
151     General building contractors                                 125           880           2 925            32        22         7        3         –            –     –      –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                     264             955         5 299            68        47       15         4         2            –     –      –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                           2 721        18 248          85 049            68        28        11        4        13           4     6       1       1         –
20     Food and kindred products                                      (C)           (D)             (D)            1         –         –        –         –           –     1       –       –         –
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                     (C)            (D)             (D)           4         2         –         –        1            –     1      –        –        –
32     Stone, clay, and glass products                                (C)            (D)             (D)           3         1         –         –        –           1      1      –        –        –
33     Primary metal industries                                       (F)            (D)             (D)           3         –         –         –        1           1      –      –       1         –
34     Fabricated metal products                                     384         2 124          10 004            10         3         –        1         4           1     1       –        –        –
346      Metal forgings and stampings                                143           964           5 147             4         –         –        1         2           1     –       –        –        –
3465       Automotive stampings                                      143           964           5 147             4         –         –        1         2           1     –       –        –        –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            231         1 516           6 699            13         3         4        1         4           1      –      –        –        –
354      Metalworking machinery                                      130           902           3 996             7         1         3        1         1           1      –      –        –        –
37     Transportation equipment                                       (C)            (D)             (D)           3         2         –         –        –            –     1      –        –        –
38     Instruments and related products                               (E)            (D)             (D)           4         3         –         –        –            –     –      1        –        –
39     Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                        199             891         3 955             6         –         2        2         1            –    1       –        –        –

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




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COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                         MICHIGAN 39

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

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

       CHARLEVOIX          Con.
           Transportation and public utilities                       496         4 346          20 411           24         11         2        3         6           1     1       –        –        –
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          348         3 525          16 370            9          2         1        1         3           1     1       –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                            (B)           (D)             (D)          13          9         4         –        –            –     –      –        –        –
           Retail trade                                            1 799         4 100          20 028          219        114        59       22        19           5      –      –        –        –
53     General merchandise stores                                    114            247          1 079            5          –         4         –        –           1      –      –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                   412            831          4 074           30         13         9        3         2           3      –      –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              331            755          3 714           23         11         5        3         2           2      –      –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       231            974          4 576           35         16       16         1         1           1      –      –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                    720         1 078           5 760           70         28       16        11        15            –     –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            694         1 014           5 415           60         20       16         9        15            –     –      –        –        –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                          120            283          1 433           34         25         7        2         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       330         1 430           6 210           61         39       12         7         3            –     –      –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       173            859          3 287           21         12         3        3         3            –     –      –        –        –
           Services                                                1 680         4 783          22 282          223        154        41       19         5           2     1       1        –        –
70     Hotels and other lodging places                               520         1 241           5 241           16         10         3        2         –            –     –      1        –        –
701     Hotels and motels                                            499         1 185           4 847           12          8         1        2         –            –     –      1        –        –
73     Business services                                             118            240          1 785           22         15         4        2         1            –     –      –        –        –
80     Health services                                               418         1 806           8 113           34         20         8        3         1           1     1       –        –        –
83     Social services                                               137            196             774          13          7         3         –        2           1      –      –        –        –
86     Membership organizations                                      154            216             965          37         25         6        6         –            –     –      –        –        –
87     Engineering and management services                           105            440          2 087           29         22         4        2         1            –     –      –        –        –
           Unclassified establishments                                  7            23             482          23         23         –         –        –            –     –      –        –        –



       CHEBOYGAN

                Total                                              5 343        16 537          91 478          917        645      159        65        31           12    4       1        –        –

           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               (B)           (D)             (D)          10          9         –        1         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Mining                                                     (A)           (D)             (D)           2          2         –         –        –            –     –      –        –        –
           Construction                                              529         1 851          13 771          154        120        20       12         1           1      –      –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                    152            416          2 941           49         36         8        5         –            –     –      –        –        –

17     Special trade contractors                                     291            949          6 958           98         81       11         5         –           1      –      –        –        –

           Manufacturing                                             543         2 415          12 990           41         23         3        7         6           1     1       –        –        –
33     Primary metal industries                                       (C)           (D)             (D)           2          –         –         –        –           1      1      –        –        –

           Transportation and public utilities                       238         1 097           6 481           43         28         6        5         4            –     –      –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                           133            656          3 247           30         20         8        1         1            –     –      –        –        –
           Retail trade                                            1 947         4 350          24 279          289        184        62       24        11           6     2       –        –        –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        135            455          2 010           16          8         5        2         –           1      –      –        –        –
521      Lumber and other building materials                         101            394          1 661            7          2         3        1         –           1      –      –        –        –

53     General merchandise stores                                    137            309          1 414            7          1         4        1         –           1      –      –        –        –

54     Food stores                                                   351            820          4 382           37         29         4        1         –           1     2       –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              329            788          4 026           26         19         3        1         –           1     2       –        –        –

55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       264            835          4 294           43         22       15         3         3            –     –      –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   122            244          1 249           25         14       10          –        1            –     –      –        –        –

58     Eating and drinking places                                    799         1 158           8 007           97         56       18        12         8           3      –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            723         1 026           7 119           66         31       12        12         8           3      –      –        –        –

59     Miscellaneous retail                                          150            468          2 771           64         53         9        2         –            –     –      –        –        –

           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       224            963          4 509           49         36       10         1         1           1      –      –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       140            662          2 836           17         10         5         –        1           1      –      –        –        –

           Services                                                1 646         5 046          25 068          271        199        47       14         6           3     1       1        –        –
70     Hotels and other lodging places                               176            296          2 536           58         48         4        5         1            –     –      –        –        –
701      Hotels and motels                                           158            246          2 199           50         41         4        4         1            –     –      –        –        –

72     Personal services                                             125            289          1 479           19         12         5        1         –           1      –      –        –        –

80     Health services                                               841         3 094          14 054           38         20        10        1         3           2     1       1        –        –
808      Home health care services                                   175            405          1 837            3          –         –         –        1           2      –      –        –        –

           Unclassified establishments                                58            129             820          28         24         3         –        1            –     –      –        –        –

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




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40     MICHIGAN                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

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

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

       CHIPPEWA

                Total                                              8 626        27 475         131 049          944        583      169       105        59           19    7       1       1         –

           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               36             71             511           7          4         2        1         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Mining                                                     (A)           (D)             (D)           2          2         –         –        –            –     –      –        –        –
           Construction                                              336         1 208           9 505          116         90       18         7         1            –     –      –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                    131            388          3 358           44         34         6        4         –            –     –      –        –        –

17     Special trade contractors                                     202            817          5 651           67         51       12         3         1            –     –      –        –        –

           Manufacturing                                             688         2 971          11 956           38         20         2        5         6           4     1       –        –        –
24     Lumber and wood products                                      128            482          2 540           16         11         2        1         1           1      –      –        –        –

30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                     (C)           (D)             (D)           2          –         –         –        1            –     1      –        –        –

34     Fabricated metal products                                     135            696          2 904            5          2         –        1         1           1      –      –        –        –

37     Transportation equipment                                      100            312          1 604            5          2         –        1         1           1      –      –        –        –

           Transportation and public utilities                       420         2 848          12 544           52         32         9        6         3           2      –      –        –        –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                      125            617          2 416           17         12         3        1         –           1      –      –        –        –
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                   125            617          2 406           16         11         3        1         –           1      –      –        –        –

49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          159         1 425           6 349            6          –         2        1         2           1      –      –        –        –

           Wholesale trade                                           220         1 013           4 070           36         18         9        7         2            –     –      –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                            148            606          2 512           21         10         4        5         2            –     –      –        –        –

           Retail trade                                            3 112         7 291          32 697          301        154        64       43        29           8     3       –        –        –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        135            474          2 327           20         11         5        3         1            –     –      –        –        –

53     General merchandise stores                                    439            956          4 351            5          –         1         –        2            –     2      –        –        –

54     Food stores                                                   465         1 458           5 630           41         27         6        3         2           2     1       –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              406         1 198           4 970           31         20         4        3         1           2     1       –        –        –

55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       342         1 190           5 243           47         18       17         9         3            –     –      –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   219            528          2 239           33         12       13         7         1            –     –      –        –        –

56     Apparel and accessory stores                                  126            303          1 219           19         13         1        3         2            –     –      –        –        –

58     Eating and drinking places                                  1 234         1 891           9 148          105         49       19        15        16           6      –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                          1 004         1 570           7 681           72         30       12        12        13           5      –      –        –        –
5813        Drinking places                                          209           293           1 185           22         10        6         2         3           1      –      –        –        –

59     Miscellaneous retail                                           (E)           (D)             (D)          49         26        12        8         3            –     –      –        –        –
594      Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                         156            261          1 273           28         16         5        6         1            –     –      –        –        –

           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       421         1 709           7 488           66         42       14         3         6           1      –      –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       279         1 125           4 880           24         11         4        3         5           1      –      –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                            174            797          3 414           13          7         2        1         2           1      –      –        –        –

           Services                                                3 379        10 329          51 840          301        196        51       33        12           4     3       1       1         –
70     Hotels and other lodging places                               329            595          3 160           57         43         3        6         3           2      –      –        –        –
701      Hotels and motels                                           326            592          3 021           48         34         3        6         3           2      –      –        –        –

72     Personal services                                             111            261          1 375           24         16         5        3         –            –     –      –        –        –

73     Business services                                             140            186             791          12          7         2        1         1           1      –      –        –        –

79     Amusement and recreation services                             991         2 501          16 394           16         10         2        2         1            –     –      –       1         –

80     Health services                                               817         4 050          18 353           41         17        14        4         4            –    1       1        –        –

83     Social services                                               378            934          3 785           24         14         1        7         –            –    2       –        –        –
832      Individual and family services                              157            545          1 994            7          4         –        2         –            –    1       –        –        –

86     Membership organizations                                      260            563          2 392           51         37       10         2         1           1      –      –        –        –

87     Engineering and management services                           107            417          2 076           20         13         2        5         –            –     –      –        –        –

           Unclassified establishments                                (A)           (D)             (D)          25         25         –         –        –            –     –      –        –        –

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




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COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                         MICHIGAN 41

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

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

       CLARE

                Total                                              5 412        18 530          88 113          607        359      127        64        39           13    5       –        –        –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               14             33             247           8          6         2         –        –            –     –      –        –        –
           Mining                                                       9            44             220           4          4         –         –        –            –     –      –        –        –
           Construction                                              280            928          5 836           77         55       16         4         2            –     –      –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                    116            345          2 271           25         15         8         –        2            –     –      –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                     146            482          2 807           48         37         8        3         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                           1 138         5 131          25 348           36         11         9        2         8           3     3       –        –        –
23     Apparel and other textile products                             (C)           (D)             (D)           1          –         –         –        –            –     1      –        –        –
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                     (E)           (D)             (D)           4          1         1         –        1            –     1      –        –        –
34     Fabricated metal products                                     153            720          3 219            5          1         1         –        2           1      –      –        –        –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            116            945          4 864            6          2         1        1         1           1      –      –        –        –
39     Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                        148            822          4 094            4          1         1         –        1            –    1       –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                       222         1 436           7 114           25         13         5        3         4            –     –      –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                           156            713          3 052           23          9         9        5         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Retail trade                                            1 840         4 207          19 892          205         95        52       33        21           4      –      –        –        –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        126            399          1 911           15          6         4        3         2            –     –      –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                   304            692          3 185           30         15         7        3         5            –     –      –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              297            683          3 096           26         11         7        3         5            –     –      –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       260            834          4 086           37         16       13         4         4            –     –      –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   147            315          1 468           17          4        8         4         1            –     –      –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                    737            968          4 740           69         29       17        13         7           3      –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            656            855          4 132           51         20        9        12         7           3      –      –        –        –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                          239            737          3 498           32         18         7        5         1           1      –      –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       213            816          3 483           46         38         4        2         1           1      –      –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       151            646          2 551           12          6         2        2         1           1      –      –        –        –
           Services                                                1 534         5 216          22 757          172        117        30       15         3           5     2       –        –        –
70     Hotels and other lodging places                               101            193             914           6          3         2         –        –           1      –      –        –        –
73     Business services                                             106            195             713          14          9         2        1         2            –     –      –        –        –
80     Health services                                               690         3 459          14 301           29         17         8         –        –           2     2       –        –        –
83     Social services                                               285            525          2 184           25         12         5        6         –           2      –      –        –        –
836      Residential care                                            163            340          1 407            9          –         2        6         –           1      –      –        –        –
86     Membership organizations                                      105            158             834          28         22         3        3         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Unclassified establishments                                  6             6             164          11         11         –         –        –            –     –      –        –        –



       CLINTON

                Total                                              9 851        45 671         211 793          966        541      219       109        63           23    8       2       1         –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               75            218          1 339           21         15         3        3         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Mining                                                     32            157          1 347            3          –         1        2         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Construction                                              706         4 051          19 792          148         97        32       16         3            –     –      –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                     (C)            (D)            (D)          47         32         8        6         1            –     –      –        –        –
151     General building contractors                                 140            693          3 394           21         12         4        4         1            –     –      –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                     454         2 057          10 693           95         60        24        9         2            –     –      –        –        –
175      Carpentry and floor work                                    112           489           2 509           15          6         5        4         –            –     –      –        –        –
1751       Carpentry work                                            111           485           2 485           14          5         5        4         –            –     –      –        –        –

           Manufacturing                                           2 162        14 122          64 723           54         17        15        5        11           2     1       2       1         –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                          1 108         8 392          38 078           17          3         3        4         4            –    1       2        –        –
354      Metalworking machinery                                      238         1 670           8 608            6          –         1        1         3            –    1       –        –        –

37     Transportation equipment                                       (F)           (D)             (D)           4          1         –         –        1           1      –      –       1         –

           Transportation and public utilities                       420         3 236          15 205           46         25         9        4         7           1      –      –        –        –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                      214         1 655           8 358           30         19         5        4         1           1      –      –        –        –

           Wholesale trade                                           846         5 425          25 553           69         31        20       11         3           2     2       –        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                               215         1 189           5 637           38         18       12         7         1            –     –      –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                          105            661          2 987           14          6         3        4         1            –     –      –        –        –

51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                            631         4 236          19 916           31         13         8        4         2           2     2       –        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                              339         2 206          10 324            5          1         1         –        –           2     1       –        –        –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                      180         1 393           6 532           10          6         1        1         1            –    1       –        –        –

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




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42     MICHIGAN                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

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

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

       CLINTON Con.
           Retail trade                                            2 762         7 830          34 186          247        116        54       41        23           11    2       –        –        –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        203         1 158           5 599           17          8         2        4         2           1      –      –        –        –
521      Lumber and other building materials                         105            745          3 740            6          2         1        1         1           1      –      –        –        –

53     General merchandise stores                                    276            652          2 810            6          1         1        1         1           1     1       –        –        –

54     Food stores                                                   552         1 259           5 443           34         17         5        3         5           3     1       –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              546         1 247           5 372           30         13         5        3         5           3     1       –        –        –

55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       449         1 663           7 533           42         17       12         7         5           1      –      –        –        –
551      New and used car dealers                                    191            900          4 071            6          1         –        1         3           1      –      –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   133            316          1 391           19          6         9        3         1            –     –      –        –        –

58     Eating and drinking places                                    830         1 289           5 845           70         29       15        13         9           4      –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            795         1 222           5 379           49          9       14        13         9           4      –      –        –        –

59     Miscellaneous retail                                          239            979          3 463           41         24         9        8         –            –     –      –        –        –

           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       372         1 733           7 528           60         34       19         4         2           1      –      –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       220            992          4 308           16          1       12          –        2           1      –      –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                            171            796          3 494           11          1         8         –        1           1      –      –        –        –

           Services                                                2 461         8 885          41 703          294        184        64       23        14           6     3       –        –        –
72     Personal services                                             116            289          1 363           32         25         6        1         –            –     –      –        –        –

73     Business services                                             490         1 598           7 242           33         18         4        5         3           2     1       –        –        –
734      Services to buildings                                       108            162             843          10          5         2        2         –           1      –      –        –        –
7349       Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                     108            162             843          10          5         2        2         –           1      –      –        –        –
738      Miscellaneous business services                             198            481          1 930            6          4         –         –        –           1     1       –        –        –

75     Auto repair, services, and parking                            118            500          2 333           30         22         6        2         –            –     –      –        –        –

80     Health services                                               778         3 801          18 696           53         29        15        3         2           2     2       –        –        –

83     Social services                                               118            294          1 198           18         10         4        3         1            –     –      –        –        –

86     Membership organizations                                      322            606          2 490           48         30       10         3         5            –     –      –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                     243            437          1 817           30         18         6        1         5            –     –      –        –        –

87     Engineering and management services                           198            953          3 983           27         18         6        1         1           1      –      –        –        –
874      Management and public relations                             132            654          2 695           10          6         2         –        1           1      –      –        –        –

           Unclassified establishments                                15             14             417          24         22         2         –        –            –     –      –        –        –



       CRAWFORD

                Total                                              3 595        12 454          56 946          317        175        70       34        23           11    3       –       1         –

           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               (A)           (D)             (D)           1          –         –        1         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Mining                                                     (A)           (D)             (D)           1          1         –         –        –            –     –      –        –        –
           Construction                                              119            204          1 575           31         22         5        3         1            –     –      –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                             665         4 586          19 492           25         11         1        3         6           3     1       –        –        –
24     Lumber and wood products                                      488         3 312          14 049           16          6         1        2         4           2     1       –        –        –
242      Sawmills and planing mills                                  211            953          3 985            9          4         –        2         1           2      –      –        –        –

35     Industrial machinery and equipment                             (C)           (D)             (D)           4          1         –        1         1           1      –      –        –        –

           Transportation and public utilities                       121            561          2 393           10          4         2        1         3            –     –      –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                           126            619          2 750           16          8         4        2         2            –     –      –        –        –
           Retail trade                                            1 104         2 440          11 782          100         41        29       17         7           5     1       –        –        –
53     General merchandise stores                                    110            214             960           6          2         2         –        1           1      –      –        –        –

54     Food stores                                                   169            362          1 781            9          3         3        2         –            –    1       –        –        –

55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       145            614          2 871           20          8         9        1         2            –     –      –        –        –

58     Eating and drinking places                                    523            774          3 991           32          9         6        9         4           4      –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            495            736          3 792           28          7         5        8         4           4      –      –        –        –

           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       121            501          2 123           19         11         5        1         2            –     –      –        –        –
           Services                                                1 314         3 479          16 515          108         71        24        6         2           3     1       –       1         –
70     Hotels and other lodging places                               171            344          1 524           14          8         4         –        1            –    1       –        –        –

80     Health services                                               797         2 419          11 702           16          9         3        1         –           2      –      –       1         –

           Unclassified establishments                                (A)           (D)             (D)           6          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.




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COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                         MICHIGAN 43

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

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

       DELTA

                Total                                            11 069         52 567         231 184       1 084         608      231       134        84           15    10      1        –        1
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               (B)           (D)             (D)          23         19         4         –        –            –     –      –        –        –
           Mining                                                     (A)           (D)             (D)           1          –         1         –        –            –     –      –        –        –
           Construction                                              447         1 441           9 090           98         68       16        13         –           1      –      –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                    203            394          2 366           34         23         6        4         –           1      –      –        –        –
151     General building contractors                                 170            333          1 972           24         16         4        3         –           1      –      –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                     219            892          5 338           58         41         9        8         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                           2 801        25 278         104 499           94         43       19        13        11           3     4       –        –        1
24     Lumber and wood products                                      422         1 798           8 081           44         24         9        7         3            –    1       –        –        –
241      Logging                                                     141           596           2 425           27         14         8        5         –            –    –       –        –        –
26     Paper and allied products                                      (G)           (D)             (D)           2          1         –         –        –            –     –      –        –        1
27     Printing and publishing                                       196            828          3 298            9          3         4         –        1            –    1       –        –        –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            255         1 754           8 237            9          4         1        1         1           1     1       –        –        –
37     Transportation equipment                                      226         1 205           5 073            7          1         1        1         2           1     1       –        –        –
371      Motor vehicles and equipment                                176           954           4 088            3          –         –        –         1           1     1       –        –        –
3714      Motor vehicle parts and accessories                        176           954           4 088            3          –         –        –         1           1     1       –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                       577         3 648          17 228           69         37        10       12        10            –     –      –        –        –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                      186            729          3 785           36         25         4        5         2            –     –      –        –        –
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                   186            729          3 785           36         25         4        5         2            –     –      –        –        –
48     Communication                                                 117            759          2 987           10          4         2        1         3            –     –      –        –        –
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          105         1 053           4 638            6          –         1        3         2            –     –      –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                           552         2 535          11 309           79         36        24       15         4            –     –      –        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                               353         1 574           7 385           52         26       14         9         3            –     –      –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                             (C)           (D)             (D)          26         10        10        5         1            –     –      –        –        –
           Retail trade                                            3 372         7 268          33 294          308        149        73       44        32           5     5       –        –        –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        242            823          3 772           25         11         6        5         2           1      –      –        –        –
521      Lumber and other building materials                         183            650          2 862           15          5         4        4         1           1      –      –        –        –
53     General merchandise stores                                    294            708          3 091            7          2         2        1         –            –    2       –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                   635         1 225           5 346           44         24         6        8         3           1     2       –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              566         1 118           4 939           37         21         5        6         2           1     2       –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       413         1 588           7 424           44         17       15         4         8            –     –      –        –        –
551      New and used car dealers                                    154         1 005           4 453            6          –        –         1         5            –     –      –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   176           366           1 733           24         10        9         3         2            –     –      –        –        –
56     Apparel and accessory stores                                  196            374          1 563           27         16         5        5         –           1      –      –        –        –
57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          135            412          2 160           18          9         5        3         1            –     –      –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                  1 183         1 412           6 652           92         41       20        10        18           2     1       –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                          1 083         1 298           6 030           57         13       13        10        18           2     1       –        –        –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                          274            726          3 286           51         29       14         8         –            –     –      –        –        –
594      Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                         109            185            789           23         15        4         4         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       536         2 874          11 523           74         45        15        6         7           1      –      –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       314         1 578           6 314           21          6         6        3         5           1      –      –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                            241         1 227           4 856           12          3         3        1         4           1      –      –        –        –
           Services                                                2 703         9 365          43 106          311        185        69       30        20           5     1       1        –        –
70     Hotels and other lodging places                               169            263          1 408           17         10         2        2         3            –     –      –        –        –
701     Hotels and motels                                            169            263          1 408           17         10         2        2         3            –     –      –        –        –
72     Personal services                                             145            267          1 243           26         17         6        1         2            –     –      –        –        –
73     Business services                                             150            519          2 480           22         12         5        3         2            –     –      –        –        –
75     Auto repair, services, and parking                            130            430          1 846           27         18         6        2         1            –     –      –        –        –
79     Amusement and recreation services                             105            165             808          16         11         1        1         3            –     –      –        –        –
80     Health services                                             1 002         4 690          22 376           56         31        15        2         4           2     1       1        –        –
801      Offices and clinics of medical doctors                      129           865           4 093           18         11         4        1         2           –     –       –        –        –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                        319           930           3 925            6          1         –        1         1           2     1       –        –        –

83     Social services                                               311            773          3 248           34         19         8        4         1           2      –      –        –        –

86     Membership organizations                                      306            548          2 262           52         34       11         5         1           1      –      –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                     138            201             812          33         24         6        3         –            –     –      –        –        –

87     Engineering and management services                           121            678          2 917           23         14         5        3         1            –     –      –        –        –

           Unclassified establishments                                28             50             397          27         26         –        1         –            –     –      –        –        –

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




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

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

       DICKINSON

                Total                                            11 100         58 202         258 696           827       431      185       110        64           20    11      4       2         –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               (B)           (D)              (D)           6         4         1         –        1            –     –      –        –        –
           Mining                                                     (A)           (D)              (D)           1         1         –         –        –            –     –      –        –        –
           Construction                                            1 161         7 996          42 102            90        57        22        5         4            –    1       1        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                    223         1 026           5 407            32        18         9        3         2            –     –      –        –        –
151     General building contractors                                 179           892           4 666            18         7         7        2         2            –     –      –        –        –
16     Heavy construction, except building                           233         1 666           9 906             3         1         –         –        1            –    1       –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                     705         5 304          26 789            55        38        13        2         1            –     –      1        –        –
           Manufacturing                                           2 771        20 311          87 161            62        22         9       11         8           6     3       2       1         –
24     Lumber and wood products                                      565         2 660          10 882            23         8         5        5         1           2     2       –        –        –
249      Miscellaneous wood products                                 360         1 881           7 418             3         –         –        –         –           1     2       –        –        –
25     Furniture and fixtures                                         (E)           (D)              (D)           2         –         1         –        –            –     –      1        –        –
26     Paper and allied products                                      (F)           (D)              (D)           1         –         –         –        –            –     –      –       1         –
27     Printing and publishing                                       143            953          4 082             8         5         –        1         1           1      –      –        –        –
33     Primary metal industries                                       (E)           (D)              (D)           3         –         1         –        1            –     –      1        –        –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            135            867          3 982             7         2         –        2         3            –     –      –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                   (C)            (D)            (D)            2         –         1        –         –            –     1      –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                       736         4 847          19 867            52        24         8        9         6           4     1       –        –        –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                      346         1 748           7 798            29        17         5        3         2           1     1       –        –        –
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                   345         1 744           7 777            28        16         5        3         2           1     1       –        –        –
45     Transportation by air                                         120            806          3 120             4         –         –        1         2           1      –      –        –        –
451      Air transportation, scheduled                               120            806          3 120             4         –         –        1         2           1      –      –        –        –
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                           (C)           (D)              (D)           3         –         –        1         –           2      –      –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                           653         4 366          17 455            63        24        15       13        10           1      –      –        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                               446         2 764          11 584            44        16        10       11         7            –     –      –        –        –
508     Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           138           888           3 761            12         3         1        7         1            –     –      –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                             (C)           (D)              (D)          18         8         5        2         2           1      –      –        –        –
           Retail trade                                            2 384         5 657          25 260           211        99        51       34        19           4     4       –        –        –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        139            565          2 745            12         4         3        2         3            –     –      –        –        –
53     General merchandise stores                                     (E)           (D)              (D)           3         1         –         –        –            –     2      –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                   557         1 073           4 879            21         7         4        3         4           1     2       –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              541         1 056           4 794            17         5         3        2         4           1     2       –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       260         1 024           4 412            31        12       12         3         4            –     –      –        –        –
551      New and used car dealers                                    128           676           2 954             6         1        1         1         3            –     –      –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   104           207             915            16         4        9         2         1            –     –      –        –        –
56     Apparel and accessory stores                                  133            248          1 123            15         9         2        3         –           1      –      –        –        –
57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          100            328          1 470            19        10         6        3         –            –     –      –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                    592            924          4 043            59        29         8       13         7           2      –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            550            877          3 486            38        12         5       12         7           2      –      –        –        –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                          274            711          3 277            50        27       16         6         1            –     –      –        –        –
594      Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                         113            196            860            20         9        9         2         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       360         1 671           7 082            60        38       12         5         5            –     –      –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       219            993          4 218            16         5         4        2         5            –     –      –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                            171            818          3 443            12         3         4        1         4            –     –      –        –        –
           Services                                                2 985        12 903          57 998           271       152        67       32        11           5     2       1       1         –
70     Hotels and other lodging places                               153            311          1 127            14         8         1        2         2           1      –      –        –        –
72     Personal services                                             111            280          1 139            23        13         9        1         –            –     –      –        –        –
73     Business services                                             184            480          2 248            23        13         6        2         1           1      –      –        –        –
75     Auto repair, services, and parking                            103            420          1 929            27        18         7        2         –            –     –      –        –        –
79     Amusement and recreation services                             104            178              703          12         6         2        3         1            –     –      –        –        –
80     Health services                                             1 620         9 054          39   810          64        26       18        13         2           2     1       1       1         –
801      Offices and clinics of medical doctors                      178         1 125           5   380          24         8       10         5         1           –     –       –       –         –
802      Offices and clinics of dentists                             121           441           2   274          16         5        7         4         –           –     –       –       –         –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                        252           778           3   108           3         –        –         –         –           2     1       –       –         –

83     Social services                                               227            482          2 084            14         9         1        2         –           1     1       –        –        –

86     Membership organizations                                      171            347          1 399            43        30       11          –        2            –     –      –        –        –

           Unclassified establishments                                (A)           (D)              (D)          11        10         –        1         –            –     –      –        –        –

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




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COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                         MICHIGAN 45

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

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

       EATON

                Total                                            18 416         77 933         355 165        1 546        846      327       196       113           34    23      5       2         –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              161            448          2 382            35        25         3        6         1            –     –      –        –        –
07     Agricultural services                                          (C)           (D)              (D)          33        23         3        6         1            –     –      –        –        –
           Mining                                                     31            195          1 390             6         4         1        1         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Construction                                            1 224         5 210          27 707           173       101        40       17        13           1     1       –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                    196            862          4 133            53        39       10         2         2            –     –      –        –        –
151     General building contractors                                 166            692          3 360            34        22        8         2         2            –     –      –        –        –
16     Heavy construction, except building                           115            799          6 163            10         5         3        1         –           1      –      –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                     913         3 549          17   411         110        57        27       14        11            –    1       –        –        –
171      Plumbing, heating, air-conditioning                         208         1 143           5   167          26        13         6        4         3            –    –       –        –        –
173      Electrical work                                             101           641           2   814          13         7         2        3         1            –    –       –        –        –
174      Masonry, stonework, and plastering                          112           295           2   261          12         4         5        –         3            –    –       –        –        –
179      Misc. special trade contractors                             279           747           3   142          17         8         2        4         2            –    1       –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                           3 186        18 564          84 255           105        35        14       22        20           8     3       3        –        –
24     Lumber and wood products                                      125            571          2 789             7         1         3        1         2            –     –      –        –        –
25     Furniture and fixtures                                        117            310          1 479             5         –         1        1         3            –     –      –        –        –
27     Printing and publishing                                       209            931          3 949            16         9         2        2         2           1      –      –        –        –
275      Commercial printing                                         105            527          2 233             9         5         1        1         2           –      –      –        –        –
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    563         3 189          15 231             7         3         –         –        1           1     1       1        –        –
32     Stone, clay, and glass products                               368         2 616          11 027             8         1         1        3         1           1     1       –        –        –
327      Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products                      108           276           2 145             5         –         1        2         1           1     –       –        –        –
34     Fabricated metal products                                     398         2 217          10 750            18         3         4        6         3           1     1       –        –        –
349      Misc. fabricated metal products                             247         1 456           6 684             6         1         –        2         1           1     1       –        –        –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            202         1 257           5 704            14         5         –        5         3           1      –      –        –        –
36     Electronic and other electronic equipment                     389         2 332           9 339             5         1         1         –        2            –     –      1        –        –
37     Transportation equipment                                      563         3 194          15 465             9         4         1        1         1           1      –      1        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                       323         1 872           9 424            53        31       12         6         4            –     –      –        –        –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                      143            590          3 925            29        19         5        4         1            –     –      –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                           972         5 216          24 963            88        41        19       17         6           4     1       –        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                               493         2 302          10   765          55        32         8       10         3           1     1       –        –        –
501     Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                          237           752           3   504          13         7         2        1         1           1     1       –        –        –
5012      Automobiles and other motor vehicles                       202           641           2   978           5         1         –        1         1           1     1       –        –        –
508     Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           114           723           3   044          14         6         3        4         1           –     –       –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                             (E)           (D)              (D)          31         9        11        7         3           1      –      –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                   (C)           (D)              (D)           2         –         –        –         –           2      –      –        –        –
           Retail trade                                            6 685        18 126          81 190           399       173        88       65        44           16    11      1       1         –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        183            619          3 096            32        17         8        7         –            –     –      –        –        –
53     General merchandise stores                                  1 519         3 722          16 735            12         2         2        1         –           1     5       –       1         –
531      Department stores                                         1 491         3 655          16 523             7         –         –        –         –           1     5       –       1         –
54     Food stores                                                 1 374         3 191          14 752            48        13         9        9        10           3     3       1        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                            1 321         3 082          14 178            38         7         8        6        10           3     3       1        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       857         4 841          20 663            52        20       16         6         5           3     2       –        –        –
551      New and used car dealers                                    489         3 748          15 416            11         –        –         3         4           3     1       –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   283           890           3 837            25         9       13         2         –           –     1       –        –        –
56     Apparel and accessory stores                                  175            350          1 502            26        14         5        6         1            –     –      –        –        –
57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          123            371          1 712            28        17         8        3         –            –     –      –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                  1 908         3 092          13 822           110        33        22       21        25           8     1       –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                          1 788         2 902          12 819            87        17        19       18        24           8     1       –        –        –
5813        Drinking places                                          106           182             802            13         7         3        2         1           –     –       –        –        –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                           (E)            (D)            (D)           89        57        18       12         2           –      –      –        –        –
591      Drug stores and proprietary stores                          147            487          2 107            12         1         5        4         2           –      –      –        –        –
594      Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                         128            302          1 484            30        20         6        4         –           –      –      –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                   (C)            (D)            (D)            2         –         –        –         1           1      –      –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       851         4 549          19 674           151       101        31       11         5           3      –      –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       347         1 834           7 825            35        11       15         6         2           1      –      –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                            123           486           2 037            19         8        8         2         1           –      –      –        –        –
606      Credit unions                                               143           880           3 884             9         3        4         1         –           1      –      –        –        –
63     Insurance carriers                                            134         1 171           4 963            11         6         –        2         2           1      –      –        –        –
65     Real estate                                                   254            856          3 957            59        45       10         2         1           1      –      –        –        –
651      Real estate operators and lessors                           133            419          1 556            21        17         1        1         1           1      –      –        –        –

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




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46     MICHIGAN                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

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

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

       EATON Con.
           Services                                                4 939        23 673         103 542           485       285      118        51        20           2     7       1       1         –
70     Hotels and other lodging places                               248           640           2 520             8         5        –         –         2           –     1       –       –         –
72     Personal services                                             214            467          2 142            46        28       11         6         1            –     –      –        –        –
73     Business services                                           1 370        10 185          43 756            55        38         9        4         2            –    1       –       1         –
736      Personnel supply services                                   235           669           3 422             8         5         1        1         –            –    1       –       –         –
75     Auto repair, services, and parking                            331         1 375           6 310            38        22       10         3         2            –    1       –        –        –
753      Automotive repair shops                                     233         1 121           5 030            28        18        7         1         1            –    1       –        –        –
7532       Top and body repair and paint shops                       178           879           3 864            11         6        3         –         1            –    1       –        –        –
80     Health services                                             1 498         6 472          28   981         112        42       45        16         3           2     3       1        –        –
802     Offices and clinics of dentists                              270         1 363           6   593          38         6       28         3         1           –     –       –        –        –
804     Offices of other health practitioners                        128           483           2   326          25        16        3         6         –           –     –       –        –        –
805     Nursing and personal care facilities                         357         1 375           5   379          10         1        3         3         –           1     2       –        –        –
82     Educational services                                          259         1 131           4 923             8         5         –         –        2            –    1       –        –        –
83     Social services                                               226            549          2 402            42        27         8        4         3            –     –      –        –        –
836      Residential care                                            124            328          1 430            16         8         3        3         2            –     –      –        –        –
86     Membership organizations                                      310            879          3 630            74        49       18         5         2            –     –      –        –        –
866     Religious organizations                                      187            356          1 415            49        34       11         3         1            –     –      –        –        –
87     Engineering and management services                           162            808          3 426            34        24         5        4         1            –     –      –        –        –
           Unclassified establishments                                44             80              638          51        50         1         –        –            –     –      –        –        –


       EMMET
                Total                                            11 565         51 330         238 993        1 209        729      253       123        71           21    9       1       1         1
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              133            336          2 482            25        16         4        3         2            –     –      –        –        –
07     Agricultural services                                          (C)            (D)            (D)           24        16         4        3         1            –     –      –        –        –
           Construction                                              867         3 014          20 315           193       127       44        15         7            –     –      –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                    308         1 190           5 804            80        51       22         6         1            –     –      –        –        –
151     General building contractors                                 225           895           4 162            52        31       15         5         1            –     –      –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                     499         1 591           8 846           107        74       20         9         4            –     –      –        –        –
171      Plumbing, heating, air-conditioning                         144           743           2 908            19        13        1         2         3            –     –      –        –        –
179      Misc. special trade contractors                             107           188           1 661            18        12        5         –         1            –     –      –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                           1 597         9 334          40 137            53        17        14        6         4           7     5       –        –        –
24     Lumber and wood products                                      243         1 271           5 420             9         2         4        1         –           1     1       –        –        –
27     Printing and publishing                                       216         1 043           4 367            11         5         2        2         –           2      –      –        –        –
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    265         1 428           6 510             3         –         –         –        –           2     1       –        –        –
308      Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                     265         1 428           6 510             3         –         –         –        –           2     1       –        –        –
33     Primary metal industries                                      187         1 022           4 262             4         –         –        1         2            –    1       –        –        –
34     Fabricated metal products                                      (C)           (D)              (D)           2         –         –        1         –            –     1      –        –        –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            265         1 929           7 853            10         4         4        1         –            –    1       –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                       405         2 454          11 748            42        18        11        6         7            –     –      –        –        –
48     Communication                                                 136         1 012           4 370            12         6         1        2         3            –     –      –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                           414         2 401          11 018            42        22         8        5         6           1      –      –        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                               128            703          3 259            22        15         4        1         2            –     –      –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                            286         1 698           7 759            20         7         4        4         4           1      –      –        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                              151         1 016           4 735             8         3         –        3         1           1      –      –        –        –
           Retail trade                                            3 079         8 592          41 798           359       194        86       38        30           9     2       –        –        –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        226         1 094           5 153            25        14         5        3         2           1      –      –        –        –
521      Lumber and other building materials                         154           815           3 660             9         3         3        –         2           1      –      –        –        –
53     General merchandise stores                                    128            314          1 397             5         3         1         –        –            –    1       –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                   490         1 178           6 066            48        24       14         6         –           3     1       –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              421         1 038           5 238            33        17        8         4         –           3     1       –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       352         1 467           7 302            35        15         8        6         6            –     –      –        –        –
551      New and used car dealers                                    143           753           3 723             5         1         –        1         3            –     –      –        –        –
56     Apparel and accessory stores                                  277            667          3 228            51        31       15         3         2            –     –      –        –        –
562      Women’s clothing stores                                     134            277          1 374            24        14        7         2         1            –     –      –        –        –
57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          157            710          3 338            31        19         9        2         1            –     –      –        –        –
571      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        117            535          2 566            21        12         7        1         1            –     –      –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                  1 020         2 077          10 264            68        25        12        9        17           5      –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            986         2 001           9 825            56        17         9        8        17           5      –      –        –        –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                          429         1 085           5 050            96        63       22         9         2            –     –      –        –        –
594      Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                         207           428           1 875            43        28        9         4         2            –     –      –        –        –

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




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COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                         MICHIGAN 47

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

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

       EMMET        Con.
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       547         2 527          12 045            98        68        16        8         6            –     –      –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       236         1 169           5 226            21        10         5        2         4            –     –      –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                            201         1 023           4 612            17         8         4        2         3            –     –      –        –        –
65     Real estate                                                   161             531         2 697            42        32         7        2         1            –     –      –        –        –
653     Real estate agents and managers                              134             427         2 219            28        19         6        2         1            –     –      –        –        –
           Services                                                4 472        22 544          98 812           363       235        69       41         9           4     2       1       1         1
70     Hotels and other lodging places                               733         2 064           7 231            35        22         4        4         2           2     –       1       –         –
701     Hotels and motels                                            732         2 061           7 160            31        18         4        4         2           2     –       1       –         –
72     Personal services                                             136             364         1 802            37        26         7        4         –            –     –      –        –        –
73     Business services                                             279             815         4 029            39        24         7        6         1           1      –      –        –        –
736      Personnel supply services                                   109             227         1 292             3         1         –        1         –           1      –      –        –        –
80     Health services                                             2 421        15 890          68 477            58        25        19        9         1            –    2       –       1         1
801     Offices and clinics of medical doctors                       688         6 348          30 056            20         7         8        4         –            –    –       –       1         –
802     Offices and clinics of dentists                              119           583           2 486            19         7         9        3         –            –    –       –       –         –
83     Social services                                               220             720         3 045            33        19         5        7         2            –     –      –        –        –
86     Membership organizations                                      261             837         4 428            45        31         8        4         2            –     –      –        –        –
866     Religious organizations                                      185             452         2 041            24        16         3        3         2            –     –      –        –        –
87     Engineering and management services                           135             780         3 825            30        21         4        4         1            –     –      –        –        –
           Unclassified establishments                                51             128             638          34        32         1        1         –            –     –      –        –        –


       GENESEE
                Total                                           152 084     1 020 044       4 480 072         8 666     4 285     2 059     1 242       712      223       104     22       5        14
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              612         1 378           8   373         125        82       23        14         5           1      –      –        –        –
07     Agricultural services                                         612         1 378           8   373         125        82       23        14         5           1      –      –        –        –
074      Veterinary services                                         225           757           3   655          31        11       12         7         1           –      –      –        –        –
078      Landscape and horticultural services                        347           553           4   333          81        60       10         6         4           1      –      –        –        –
           Mining                                                     19            55               368           7         5        2         –         –            –    –       –        –        –
          Construction                                             5 156        27 009         137   573         761       474      154        75        42           12    4       –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                  1 122         5 561          27   633         224       156       38        19         8            3    –       –        –        –
151     General building contractors                                 700         4 202          20   506         123        77       27        15         2            2    –       –        –        –
153     Operative builders                                           152           534           2   320          13         6        2         2         2            1    –       –        –        –
16     Heavy construction, except building                           240         1 286           7 966            28        15         5        3         5            –     –      –        –        –
161     Highway and street construction                              147           864           4 701            12         6         1        1         4            –     –      –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                   3 794        20 162         101   974         509       303      111        53        29           9     4       –        –        –
171      Plumbing, heating, air-conditioning                         904         5 621          26   942          93        44       21        18         7           2     1       –        –        –
172      Painting and paper hanging                                  204         1 489           6   679          35        24        7         3         –           1     –       –        –        –
173      Electrical work                                             346         2 750          13   147          57        34       16         4         2           1     –       –        –        –
174      Masonry, stonework, and plastering                          284         1 609           8   500          49        31       12         3         2           1     –       –        –        –
1741       Masonry and other stonework                               169         1 103           5   670          22        13        6         1         1           1     –       –        –        –
175      Carpentry and floor work                                    237           830           4   217          55        40        8         3         4           –     –       –        –        –
1751       Carpentry work                                            200           688           3   814          40        26        8         3         3           –     –       –        –        –
176      Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                       555         2 528          12   632          32        15        6         4         4           1     2       –        –        –
177      Concrete work                                               356           659           6   788          50        32       12         3         2           –     1       –        –        –
179      Misc. special trade contractors                             637         3 834          17   602          82        47       15        11         7           2     –       –        –        –
1793       Glass and glazing work                                    100           773           3   181           7         3        1         2         –           1     –       –        –        –
1794       Excavation work                                           127           602           3   829          27        22        1         2         2           –     –       –        –        –
1799       Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                         229         1 019           4   289          32        18        8         3         2           1     –       –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                         49 494        555 957      2 373 150            331       103        68       44        67           24    11      5       1         8
20     Food and kindred products                                     (F)            (D)            (D)            14         1         5        1         4            2     –      1       –         –
201      Meat products                                              107            615          2 595              4         –         1        1         1            1     –      –       –         –
23     Apparel and other textile products                            108             268         1 479            11         4         2        4         1            –     –      –        –        –
25     Furniture and fixtures                                         (E)            (D)             (D)          11         7         2         –        1            –     –      1        –        –
26     Paper and allied products                                      (E)            (D)             (D)           7         –         1         –        2           3      1      –        –        –
27     Printing and publishing                                     1 063         6 781          29 360            71        32       22         8         7           1      –      1        –        –
275      Commercial printing                                         387         1 905           9 604            49        21       18         7         3           –      –      –        –        –
2752       Commercial printing, lithographic                         326         1 705           8 212            35        12       14         6         3           –      –      –        –        –
28     Chemicals and allied products                                  (E)            (D)             (D)          10         5         1        1         2            –     1      –        –        –
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                  1 227         7 223          32 991            19         4         2        2         4           4     2       1        –        –
3089      Plastics products, n.e.c.                                  950         5 891          26 661            12         2         2        1         3           1     2       1        –        –
32     Stone, clay, and glass products                                (C)            (D)             (D)          15         6         2        3         4            –     –      –        –        –
34     Fabricated metal products                                   5 326        60   908       262   855          50        13         9        9        14           2     1       –        –        2
345      Screw machine products, bolts, etc.                         191         1   437         6   604           7         –         1        3         2           1     –       –        –        –
3451       Screw machine products                                    191         1   437         6   604           7         –         1        3         2           1     –       –        –        –
349      Misc. fabricated metal products                             243         1   196         8   186           7         3         1        –         2           –     1       –        –        –

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




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48     MICHIGAN                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

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

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

       GENESEE Con.
           Manufacturing Con.
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                          1 546        13   710        58   174           59       15        14        9        13           4     4       –        –        –
353      Construction and related machinery                          549         6   319        25   469            5        –         –        1         1           –     3       –        –        –
354      Metalworking machinery                                      618         5   005        21   936           27        5         7        4         8           2     1       –        –        –
3544       Special dies, tools, jigs and fixtures                    305         2   629        11   413           16        3         4        2         6           1     –       –        –        –
3545       Machine tool accessories                                  172         1   264         5   463            5        1         1        1         1           –     1       –        –        –
359      Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                                210         1   149         5   807           19        6         6        4         3           –     –       –        –        –
36     Electronic and other electronic equipment                      (C)            (D)             (D)            5        1         1        1         1            –     1      –        –        –
37     Transportation equipment                                       (K)            (D)             (D)           20        4         2        1         3           3      1      1        –        5
38     Instruments and related products                               (H)            (D)             (D)            9        3         –        1         3           1      –      –        –        1
39     Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                         (C)            (D)             (D)           14        7         3        2         1           1      –      –       –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                   (F)            (D)             (D)            6        –         –        –         2           3      –      –       1         –
           Transportation and public utilities                     3 626        25 781         112 284            225      120        37       30        20           9     8       1        –        –
41     Local and interurban passenger transit                        271           780           3 999             16        5         3        3         4           1     –       –        –        –
411      Local and suburban transportation                           173           552           2 686             12        4         2        3         3           –     –       –        –        –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                    1 377         8 211          40 178            108       68        13       12         7           4     4       –        –        –
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                 1 341         8 075          39 126             97       59        12       11         7           4     4       –        –        –
45     Transportation by air                                         256         1 482           6 448              9        –         4        2         1           1     1       –        –        –
47     Transportation services                                       212             820         3 593             44       27       11         5         1            –     –      –        –        –
472      Passenger transportation arrangement                        155             449         1 903             35       21       10         4         –            –     –      –        –        –
4724       Travel agencies                                           142             413         1 743             31       18        9         4         –            –     –      –        –        –
48     Communication                                                 989         8 924          35 026             39       18         4        5         6           3     3       –        –        –
483      Radio and television broadcasting                           278         1 872           7 441             11        3         1        2         3           2     –       –        –        –
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          521         5 564          23 040              9        2         2        3         1            –     –      1        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                         8 576        66   845       264   121          494      220      119        82        54           13    4       –        –        2
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                             3 636        21   787        98   739          364      169       88        61        35           10    1       –        –        –
501     Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                          821         3   940        19   006           80       42       19        11         4            3    1       –        –        –
5012      Automobiles and other motor vehicles                       387         1   798         8   843           24       12        4         4         1            2    1       –        –        –
5013      Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                       219         1   172         5   662           28       17        5         4         1            1    –       –        –        –
5015      Motor vehicle parts, used                                  144             604         2   888           20        8        8         3         1            –    –       –        –        –
502     Furniture and homefurnishings                                116             650         2   870           12        2        6         2         2            –    –       –        –        –
503     Lumber and construction materials                            116             698         3   777           14        4        6         3         1            –    –       –        –        –
504     Professional and commercial equipment                        626         3   944        15   754           58       34       10         5         6            3    –       –        –        –
5044      Office equipment                                           167         1   150         4   635           14        9        1         2         1            1    –       –        –        –
5045      Computers, peripherals and software                        125         1   235         4   558           21       13        4         2         2            –    –       –        –        –
5047      Medical and hospital equipment                             171             884         3   580           13        8        2         1         1            1    –       –        –        –
505     Metals and minerals, except petroleum                        119             730         3   339            8        4        –         2         1            1    –       –        –        –
5051      Metals service centers and offices                         119             730         3   339            8        4        –         2         1            1    –       –        –        –
506     Electrical goods                                             398         2   830        11   964           37       11       13         8         4            1    –       –        –        –
5063      Electrical apparatus and equipment                         284         2   101         8   475           22        7        5         6         3            1    –       –        –        –
507     Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment                     283         1   887         9   260           33       16        8         5         4            –    –       –        –        –
5074      Plumbing and hydronic heating supplies                     123             684         3   005           16        9        4         2         1            –    –       –        –        –
508     Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           728         5   068        21   585           88       41       16        22         9            –    –       –        –        –
5084      Industrial machinery and equipment                         372         2   558         9   930           44       17       10        12         5            –    –       –        –        –
5085      Industrial supplies                                        234         1   915         8   773           23       10        3         8         2            –    –       –        –        –
509     Miscellaneous durable goods                                  402         1   875        10   481           31       14        9         2         4            2    –       –        –        –
5091      Sporting and recreational goods                            229             999         6   328            9        3        2         1         1            2    –       –        –        –
5093      Scrap and waste materials                                  137             725         3   334           14        7        3         1         3            –    –       –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                            (G)              (D)             (D)         126       51        29       21        19           3     3       –        –        –
511      Paper and paper products                                    177             813         3   396           19       10         4        3         1           1     –       –        –        –
5112       Stationery and office supplies                            166             763         3   136           16        7         4        3         1           1     –       –        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                              827         4   777        20   403           44       13        11        6        11           1     2       –        –        –
5142       Packaged frozen foods                                     127             442         2   071            7        1         2        1         3           –     –       –        –        –
5149       Groceries and related products, n.e.c.                    359         2   356         9   859           21        7         6        2         4           1     1       –        –        –
518      Beer, wine, and distilled beverages                         219         1   729         7   457            4        –         –        2         1           –     1       –        –        –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                      345         1   486         7   675           37       17         8        6         5           1     –       –        –        –
5199       Nondurable goods, n.e.c.                                  130             464         2   356           15        6         3        4         2           –     –       –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                   (H)             (D)             (D)           4        –         2        –         –           –     –       –        –        2
           Retail trade                                          34 792         94 716         422   995       2 510       934      719       442       281           98    29      4       3         –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                     1 482          5 892          29   026         132        42       34        33        21            1     1      –       –         –
521      Lumber and other building materials                        821          3 688          18   040          50        11       11        12        14            1     1      –       –         –
525      Hardware stores                                            310            927           4   213          36         9       14        11         2            –     –      –       –         –
526      Retail nurseries and garden stores                         167            514           2   713          21         9        5         4         3            –     –      –       –         –
527      Mobile home dealers                                        105            457           2   612          12         6        1         4         1            –     –      –       –         –
53     General merchandise stores                                  5 680        14 864          68   229           60       11        10       11         3           8     10      4       3         –
531      Department stores                                         4 478        11 911          54   256           20        1         –        –         –           6      7      3       3         –
533      Variety stores                                              237           456           2   082           23        4         7       10         2           –      –      –       –         –
539      Misc. general merchandise stores                            962         2 492          11   588           15        4         3        1         1           2      3      1       –         –
54     Food stores                                                 4 356        10 805          45 420            330      153       86        41        25           17    8       –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                            3 907         9 915          41 234            248      109       65        24        25           17    8       –        –        –
546      Retail bakeries                                             284           536           2 205             40       15       11        14         –            –    –       –        –        –

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




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

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

       GENESEE Con.
           Retail trade     Con.
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                     3 644        17 479          81 574           346       118      150        46        16           12    4       –        –        –
551      New and used car dealers                                  1 603        10 638          50 188            30         1         2        2        10           11    4       –        –        –
553      Auto and home supply stores                                 542         2 288          10 467            71        30        25       11         4           1      –      –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                 1 310         3 761          16 450           198        57      109        30         2            –     –      –        –        –

56     Apparel and accessory stores                                2 078         4 304          19 056           238        90        85       43        17           2     1       –        –        –
561      Men’s and boys’ clothing stores                             151            407          1 918            22         6       11         5         –            –     –      –        –        –
562      Women’s clothing stores                                     843         1 567           7 012            78        19       24        20        15            –     –      –        –        –
563      Women’s accessory and specialty stores                      109            214              956          17         7         7        3         –            –     –      –        –        –
565      Family clothing stores                                      528         1 045           4 760            32         8       13         7         1           2     1       –        –        –
566      Shoe stores                                                 332            824          3 400            68        39       22         7         –            –     –      –        –        –

57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        1 251         5 284          23 371           147        62        56       16         9           3     1       –        –        –
571      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        724         3 255          14   975          79        30       33         7         6           3      –      –        –        –
5712       Furniture stores                                          396         2 025           9   029          34        10       15         4         2           3      –      –        –        –
5713       Floor covering stores                                     172           858           4   231          22        11        8         –         3           –      –      –        –        –
5719       Misc. homefurnishings stores                              149           360           1   610          20         7        9         3         1           –      –      –        –        –
572      Household appliance stores                                  175            632          1 813             8         4         1        2         –            –    1       –        –        –
573      Radio, television, and computer stores                      352         1 397           6 583            60        28       22         7         3            –     –      –        –        –
5731      Radio, TV, and electronic stores                           258         1 161           5 513            35        15       12         5         3            –     –      –        –        –

58     Eating and drinking places                                12 025         20 368          88 112           712       194      164       149       152           49    4       –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                        10 895         18 587          79 852           534       109      105       119       149           49    3       –        –        –
5813        Drinking places                                         987          1 649           6 612           135        51       58        23         2            –    1       –        –        –

59     Miscellaneous retail                                        3 783        11 701          51 001           524       261      129        96        36           2      –      –        –        –
591      Drug stores and proprietary stores                        1 246         3 783          16 167            93        17        20       35        20           1      –      –        –        –
592      Liquor stores                                               117            244              971          30        20         7        3         –            –     –      –        –        –
593      Used merchandise stores                                     121            363          1 552            26        15         7        4         –            –     –      –        –        –
594      Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                       1 124         2 931          13   096         176        86       55        28         7            –     –      –        –        –
5941       Sporting goods and bicycle shops                          290           865           3   902          42        19       14         7         2            –     –      –        –        –
5942       Book stores                                               123           255           1   075          15         6        2         7         –            –     –      –        –        –
5944       Jewelry stores                                            225           893           4   005          37        18       14         4         1            –     –      –        –        –
5945       Hobby, toy, and game shops                                120           265           1   386          14         8        4         –         2            –     –      –        –        –
5947       Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                         158           296           1   300          38        21       16         1         –            –     –      –        –        –
5949       Sewing, needlework, and piece goods                       188           306           1   165          23         8        4         9         2            –     –      –        –        –
596      Nonstore retailers                                          237         1 040           4 421            36        22         6        4         4            –     –      –        –        –
5963      Direct selling establishments                              125           576           2 401            20        12         3        3         2            –     –      –        –        –
598      Fuel dealers                                                140            768          2 655            11         4         2        3         1           1      –      –        –        –
5984       Liquefied petroleum gas dealers                           103            638          2 177             7         3         1        1         1           1      –      –        –        –
599      Retail stores, n.e.c.                                       771         2 543          11   973         140        87       31        18         4           –      –      –        –        –
5992      Florists                                                   238           567           2   522          49        32       14         2         1           –      –      –        –        –
5995      Optical goods stores                                       156           713           3   383          24        14        4         5         1           –      –      –        –        –
5999      Miscellaneous retail stores, n.e.c.                        370         1 246           5   977          64        38       13        11         2           –      –      –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                  493         4 019          17   206          21         3        5         7         2           4      –      –        –        –

           Finance, insurance, and real estate                     6 139        35 153         156 965           663       370      150        89        39           11    2       1       1         –
60     Depository institutions                                     2 777        14 538          65 825           136        20        51       48        10           5      –      1       1         –
602      Commercial banks                                          2 153        11 338          52 153            96         9        40       39         5           1      –      1       1         –
603      Savings institutions                                        163            746          3 246            17         5         7        4         –           1      –      –        –        –
606      Credit unions                                               461         2 454          10 426            23         6         4        5         5           3      –      –        –        –

61     Nondepository institutions                                    302         2 001           8 988            26        11         7        4         3           1      –      –        –        –
616      Mortgage bankers and brokers                                152            911          4 605            15         7         2        4         2            –     –      –        –        –

62     Security and commodity brokers                                226         2 840          11 714            25        13         4        3         5            –     –      –        –        –
621      Security brokers and dealers                                180         2 701          11 080            18         9         2        3         4            –     –      –        –        –

63     Insurance carriers                                            765         5 785          23 984            55        30         6        8         8           2     1       –        –        –
631      Life insurance                                              192         1 102           4 550            12         1         2        6         3            –     –      –        –        –
633      Fire, marine, and casualty insurance                        257         2 400           9 908            28        20         2        1         3           2      –      –        –        –

64     Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        724         3 894          19 005           163       120        24       11         8            –     –      –        –        –

65     Real estate                                                 1 085         4 236          20 338           241       166        55       14         4           2      –      –        –        –
651      Real estate operators and lessors                           469         1 621           7 181           105        63       33         7         2            –     –      –        –        –
653      Real estate agents and managers                             436         1 753           8 248           112        87       18         6         –           1      –      –        –        –
655      Subdividers and developers                                  149            646          3 253            19        13         3        1         1           1      –      –        –        –
6553       Cemetery subdividers and developers                       135            597          2 869            10         5         2        1         1           1      –      –        –        –

67     Holding and other investment offices                          260         1 859           7 111            17        10         3        1         1           1     1       –        –        –

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




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50     MICHIGAN                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

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

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

       GENESEE Con.
           Services                                              43 405        212 545         999   963      3 331     1 775       775       461       204           55    46     11        –        4
70     Hotels and other lodging places                              597          1 214           5   348         43        21         5         9         6            1     1      –        –        –
701      Hotels and motels                                          500            917           4   035         27        10         4         7         4            1     1      –        –        –
72     Personal services                                          2 012          4 662          20   049        272       154        65        37        13            2     –      1        –        –
721      Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                    651          1 669           7   303         75        35        19        14         6            1     –      –        –        –
7216       Drycleaning plants, except rug                           364            884           3   907         31         8         9         9         5            –     –      –        –        –
722      Photographic studios, portrait                             105            216           1   019         24        15         6         3         –            –     –      –        –        –
723      Beauty shops                                               410            845           3   692         87        53        25         8         1            –     –      –        –        –
726      Funeral service and crematories                            181            587           3   677         15         3         5         4         3            –     –      –        –        –
729      Miscellaneous personal services                            589          1 136           3   396         60        43         7         6         2            1     –      1        –        –
7291       Tax return preparation services                          371            791           1   840         23        17         1         3         1            –     –      1        –        –
7299       Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c.                  218            345           1   556         37        26         6         3         1            1     –      –        –        –
73     Business services                                          7 181         37 455         158   629        330       154        72        40        28           17    13      6        –        –
732      Credit reporting and collection                            277          1 426           7   037          8         1         –         3         2            1     1      –        –        –
733      Mailing, reproduction, stenographic                        190            920           3   789         30        19         8         1         1            1     –      –        –        –
734      Services to buildings                                      587          1 169           5   200         66        39        12         8         5            1     1      –        –        –
7349       Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                    552            993           4   394         58        33        12         6         5            1     1      –        –        –
735      Misc. equipment rental and leasing                         138            671           3   318         26        12        11         3         –            –     –      –        –        –
7359       Equipment rental and leasing, n.e.c.                     109            523           2   709         18         8         7         3         –            –     –      –        –        –
736      Personnel supply services                                2 698          9 406          42   557         46        12         2         8         9            6     7      2        –        –
7361       Employment agencies                                      462          1 217           7   205         13         6         1         3         2            –     –      1        –        –
7363       Help supply services                                   2 236          8 189          35   352         33         6         1         5         7            6     7      1        –        –
737      Computer and data processing services                    1 722         18 295          70   031         47        20        10         5         3            5     1      3        –        –
738      Miscellaneous business services                          1 473          5 117          24   521         81        35        21        11         7            3     3      1        –        –
7381       Detective and armored car services                       624          1 315           6   072         18         8         4         –         3            1     1      1        –        –
7389       Business services, n.e.c.                                714          3 104          14   816         51        22        13         9         4            1     2      –        –        –
75     Auto repair, services, and parking                         1 460          5 532          25   283        301       184        89        19         8            1     –      –        –        –
753      Automotive repair shops                                    880          4 105          18   901        211       145        54         9         3            –     –      –        –        –
7532       Top and body repair and paint shops                      297          1 587           6   713         67        45        17         3         2            –     –      –        –        –
7533       Auto exhaust system repair shops                         120            554           2   799         21        12         6         2         1            –     –      –        –        –
7538       General automotive repair shops                          288          1 158           5   305         79        61        15         3         –            –     –      –        –        –
754      Automotive services, except repair                         504          1 168           5   024         66        23        28         9         5            1     –      –        –        –
7542       Carwashes                                                309            624           2   512         36        13        13         5         4            1     –      –        –        –
7549       Automotive services, n.e.c.                              172            535           2   395         29        10        15         4         –            –     –      –        –        –
76     Miscellaneous repair services                                540          2 485          11   898         81        56         9        12         3            –     1      –        –        –
762      Electrical repair shops                                    280          1 246           6   357         27        17         4         4         1            –     1      –        –        –
7629       Electrical repair shops, n.e.c.                          214            910           4   552         15         9         2         3         –            –     1      –        –        –
769      Miscellaneous repair shops                                 252          1 219           5   413         50        35         5         8         2            –     –      –        –        –
7699       Repair services, n.e.c.                                  189            888           3   858         42        32         4         4         2            –     –      –        –        –
78     Motion pictures                                              461            834           3   644         63        27        20        11         5            –     –      –        –        –
783      Motion picture theaters                                    131            314           1   322          7         2         –         2         3            –     –      –        –        –
784      Video tape rental                                          327            510           2   207         53        22        20         9         2            –     –      –        –        –
79     Amusement and recreation services                           1 411         3 079          14   706         116        62        11       21        20           1      –      1        –        –
793     Bowling centers                                              382           807           2   666          17         1         2        6         8           –      –      –        –        –
794     Commercial sports                                            333           669           2   473           7         4         –        –         2           –      –      1        –        –
799     Misc. amusement, recreation services                         625         1 403           8   277          74        41         9       14         9           1      –      –        –        –
7991      Physical fitness facilities                                143           306           1   148          14         6         2        3         3           –      –      –        –        –
7997      Membership sports and recreation clubs                     307           780           5   198          22         8         4        4         5           1      –      –        –        –
7999      Amusement and recreation, n.e.c.                           123           181           1   000          23        16         1        5         1           –      –      –        –        –
80     Health services                                           18 674        106   653       538   790         923       403      282       153        50           11    19      1        –        4
801     Offices and clinics of medical doctors                    2 463         21   780       122   481         330       168       98        37        25            1     1      –        –        –
802     Offices and clinics of dentists                           1 611          8   371        42   552         200        57      101        34         6            1     1      –        –        –
803     Offices of osteopathic physicians                           637          4   614        24   284          97        38       34        23         2            –     –      –        –        –
804     Offices of other health practitioners                       483          2   825        13   317         128        94       24         7         3            –     –      –        –        –
8042       Offices and clinics of optometrists                      173              968         4   766          33        17       12         4         –            –     –      –        –        –
8049       Offices of health practitioners, n.e.c.                  159          1   164         4   788          36        29        2         2         3            –     –      –        –        –
805     Nursing and personal care facilities                      2 391          7   559        33   887          59        12        5        25         1            6    10      –        –        –
806     Hospitals                                                 8 821         50   604       257   525           7         –        –         1         –            –     2      –        –        4
807     Medical and dental laboratories                             576          3   285        10   739          44        23        5        10         4            –     2      –        –        –
8071       Medical laboratories                                     467          2   838         8   729          28        14        3         6         3            –     2      –        –        –
8072       Dental laboratories                                      109              447         2   010          16         9        2         4         1            –     –      –        –        –
808     Home health care services                                 1 118          3   943        18   453          19         3        2         3         5            3     2      1        –        –
809     Health and allied services, n.e.c.                          566          3   641        15   342          34         4       12        13         4            –     1      –        –        –
81     Legal services                                                809         5 777          28 957           230       185        27       14         4            –     –      –        –        –
82     Educational services                                        1 756         9 167          36 610            52        25         7        6         7           4     1       2        –        –
821      Elementary and secondary schools                            503         1 840           7 263            15         2         3        1         5           4     –       –        –        –
822      Colleges and universities                                 1 121         6 731          27 247             7         1         1        1         1           –     1       2        –        –
83     Social services                                             2 810         8 582          36   378         268       131       49        60        18           5     5       –        –        –
832      Individual and family services                              943         2 765          11   878          53        20       10        11         6           3     3       –        –        –
833      Job training and related services                           287         1 339           5   451           9         2        2         2         2           –     1       –        –        –
835      Child day care services                                     419           574           2   381          76        49       14        11         1           1     –       –        –        –
836      Residential care                                            999         3 133          13   353          92        31       18        35         6           1     1       –        –        –
839      Social services, n.e.c.                                     135           726           3   024          16         9        3         1         3           –     –       –        –        –

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




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

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

       GENESEE Con.
          Services Con.
86     Membership organizations                                    2 826         7   364        29   552         357       205       83        41        23           2    3        –        –        –
863     Labor organizations                                          783         2   269         8   564          35        11        7         8         6           1    2        –        –        –
864     Civic and social associations                                488         1   213         5   234          54        28       15         5         5           –    1        –        –        –
866     Religious organizations                                    1 493         3   588        14   568         249       151       58        27        12           1    –        –        –        –
87     Engineering and management services                         2 326        14 273          71   198         258       155        48       31        13           8    3        –        –        –
871      Engineering and architectural services                      943         6 870          32   951          71        29        18       14         6           2    2        –        –        –
8711       Engineering services                                      805         6 065          29   010          49        19         8       13         5           2    2        –        –        –
8712       Architectural services                                    112           704           3   333          15         6         7        1         1           –    –        –        –        –
872      Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                       625         2 749          11   471         106        77        16        9         2           1    1        –        –        –
873      Research and testing services                               138           462           2   118          12         9         1        1         –           1    –        –        –        –
8734       Testing laboratories                                      123           405           1   882           6         3         1        1         –           1    –        –        –        –
874      Management and public relations                             620         4 192          24   658          69        40        13        7         5           4    –        –        –        –
8741       Management services                                       336         1 997           9   007          21         7         7        1         3           3    –        –        –        –
8742       Management consulting services                            237         1 985          14   532          34        21         5        6         1           1    –        –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                  416         4 682          15   360          27         8         7        5         5           2    –        –        –        –
           Unclassified establishments                               265             605         4 280           219       202       12         5         –           –     –       –        –        –


       GLADWIN
                Total                                              3 180        13 222          57 449           391       237        78       45        21           5    5        –        –        –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               32           162             671             5         4        –         –         1           –     –       –        –        –
          Construction                                               244         1 011           5 559            56        35       15         6         –           –     –       –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                    107           405           2 074            24        15        6         3         –           –     –       –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                     107             430         2 137            27        17         8        2         –           –     –       –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                             670         4   798        19   688          33        14         6        6         4           –    3        –        –        –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            342         2   554        10   454          13         6         3        1         1           –    2        –        –        –
355      Special industry machinery                                  303         2   349         9   560           6         1         2        1         –           –    2        –        –        –
3559       Special industry machinery, n.e.c.                        303         2   349         9   560           6         1         2        1         –           –    2        –        –        –
37     Transportation equipment                                       (C)            (D)             (D)           2         1         –         –        –           –     1       –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                        98           560           2   796          13         8         1        2         2           –     –       –        –        –
          Wholesale trade                                             79           470           1   919          14         9         3        1         1           –     –       –        –        –
          Retail trade                                             1 050         2 551          11   661         120        61        28       18        10           3     –       –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                   277           745           3   154          17        10         1        2         2           2     –       –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       182             723         3 672            23         9         8        4         2           –     –       –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                    376             499         2 279            38        15       11         7         4           1     –       –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            304             383         1 813            24         7        8         4         4           1     –       –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       162           817           2   990          27        17         6        2         2           –    –        –        –        –
           Services                                                  822         2 825          11   958         105        73        17       10         1           2    2        –        –        –
80     Health services                                               435         1 959           8   361          21         8         8        2         –           1    2        –        –        –
805     Nursing and personal care facilities                         191           661           2   686           3         –         –        1         –           1    1        –        –        –
           Unclassified establishments                                23              28             207          18        16         2         –        –           –     –       –        –        –


       GOGEBIC
                Total                                              5 010        15 803          62 160           477       263      106        59        31           9    7        2        –        –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               (A)            (D)             (D)           2         1         1         –        –           –     –       –        –        –
           Construction                                              101             462         2 335            30        22         5        3         –           –     –       –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                             987         4 142          16 741            46        28         5        1         6           3    3        –        –        –
23     Apparel and other textile products                             (C)            (D)             (D)           2         –         –         –        1           –     1       –        –        –
24     Lumber and wood products                                      664         3 047          11 629            31        21         2         –        4           2    2        –        –        –
242      Sawmills and planing mills                                  196         1 022           4 195             6         2         1         –        1           2    –        –        –        –
2421       Sawmills and planing mills, general                       196         1 022           4 195             6         2         1         –        1           2    –        –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                       155             639         2 593            19         6         7        5         1           –     –       –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                           104             421         1 994            24        14         7        3         –           –     –       –        –        –
           Retail trade                                            1 424         3 077          13 134           152        72        37       24        16           2    1        –        –        –
53     General merchandise stores                                    143             347         1 563             5         2         –        1         1           –    1        –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                   221             468         1 694            17         6         5        3         2           1     –       –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              178             407         1 445            11         5         1        2         2           1     –       –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       166             534         2 565            23        11         7        3         2           –     –       –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                    504             737         2 993            50        21       14         7         7           1     –       –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            471             705         2 530            34         6       13         7         7           1     –       –        –        –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                          182             407         1 715            28        16         7        3         2           –     –       –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       288         1 096           4 387            44        25       10         5         4           –     –       –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       118             514         2 214             9         1         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.




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

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

       GOGEBIC Con.
           Services                                                1 930         5 925          20 501           151        87        33       18         4           4     3       2        –        –
70     Hotels and other lodging places                               426           871           2 067            21        13         4        2         –           1     –       1        –        –
79     Amusement and recreation services                             372            848          1 763            12         3         3        3         –           2     1       –        –        –
799     Misc. amusement, recreation services                         357            824          1 721             9         1         3        2         –           2     1       –        –        –
7999      Amusement and recreation, n.e.c.                           317            753          1 419             5         1         1        –         –           2     1       –        –        –
80     Health services                                               704         2 933          11 408            21         8         3        4         2           1     2       1        –        –
           Unclassified establishments                                (A)           (D)              (D)           9         8         1         –        –            –     –      –        –        –


       GRAND TRAVERSE
                Total                                            33 351        154 099         709 518        3 059     1 646       723       374       212           60    35      4       4         1
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              113            325          3 408            44        34         7        3         –            –     –      –        –        –
07     Agricultural services                                          (C)            (D)            (D)           43        33         7        3         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Mining                                                    438         3 417          17 569            57        35        11        4         6           1      –      –        –        –
13     Oil and gas extraction                                         (E)           (D)             (D)           54        33        10        4         6           1      –      –        –        –
131      Crude petroleum and natural gas                             179         1 600           9 434            19        11         3        1         4           –      –      –        –        –
138      Oil and gas field services                                  253         1 735           7 792            34        21         7        3         2           1      –      –        –        –
1389        Oil and gas field services, n.e.c.                       169         1 087           4 913            12         6         2        2         1           1      –      –        –        –
           Construction                                            2 282        11 015          61 210           348       232        66       29        17           1     3       –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                    547         2 719          15 228           129        98        15       11         5           –     –       –        –        –
151     General building contractors                                 399         2 138          11 473            79        58         9        7         5           –     –       –        –        –
16     Heavy construction, except building                           133            590          7 882            15         8         4        1         1           1      –      –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                   1 602         7 706          38   100         204       126       47        17        11            –    3       –        –        –
171      Plumbing, heating, air-conditioning                         263         1 584           7   695          38        20       10         6         2            –    –       –        –        –
173      Electrical work                                             251         1 688           8   450          29        18        8         1         1            –    1       –        –        –
174      Masonry, stonework, and plastering                          162           802           3   010          29        18        6         3         2            –    –       –        –        –
175      Carpentry and floor work                                    101           368           1   800          25        19        5         –         1            –    –       –        –        –
179      Misc. special trade contractors                             596         2 397          11   139          29        13        8         3         3            –    2       –        –        –
1799       Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                         461         1 795           7   843           9         2        4         –         1            –    2       –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                           4 960        31 420         130 309           166        62        31       26        23           12    8       2       2         –
20     Food and kindred products                                      (F)           (D)             (D)            5         2         –        1         –            –    1       –       1         –
27     Printing and publishing                                       408         2 398          10 613            31        13         6        9         1           1     1       –        –        –
275      Commercial printing                                         149           779           3 915            17         6         6        4         1           –     –       –        –        –
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    175            876          4 570             6         –         2        1         2           1      –      –        –        –
308      Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                     175            876          4 570             6         –         2        1         2           1      –      –        –        –
3089       Plastics products, n.e.c.                                 175            876          4 570             6         –         2        1         2           1      –      –        –        –
32     Stone, clay, and glass products                               104            907          4 537             7         5         –         –        1           1      –      –        –        –
34     Fabricated metal products                                     752         4 739          20 157            18         3         5         –        4           3     3       –        –        –
344      Fabricated structural metal products                        122           552           2 898             4         –         1         –        2           1     –       –        –        –
346      Metal forgings and stampings                                529         3 786          14 344             8         –         2         –        2           1     3       –        –        –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            916         6 770          29 262            35        12         4        6         8           3     1       1        –        –
354      Metalworking machinery                                      486         3 372          14 868            19         4         3        6         2           3     1       –        –        –
36     Electronic and other electronic equipment                     902         7 118          20 275             8         1         2        1         2            –    1       –       1         –
37     Transportation equipment                                      192            874          3 416             6         2         2         –        –           1     1       –        –        –
38     Instruments and related products                              336         1 892           7 924             8         2         –        4         1            –     –      1        –        –
39     Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                        125            607          2 750            13         8         1        2         2            –     –      –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                     1 307         9 402          40 826            93        40        22       10        15           4     2       –        –        –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                      267         1 435           6 659            33        17         8        4         3           1     –       –        –        –
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                   229         1 221           5 256            26        13         6        3         3           1     –       –        –        –
45     Transportation by air                                         124            465          2 221             9         2         2        3         2            –     –      –        –        –
48     Communication                                                 538         4 422          17 794            27        11         6        1         6           2     1       –        –        –
481      Telephone communication                                     304         3 187          12 461            16         7         6        –         1           1     1       –        –        –
4813       Telephone communications, exc. radio                      293         3 142          12 257            13         4         6        –         1           1     1       –        –        –
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          258         2 542          11 965             9         3         –        2         2           1     1       –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                         1 641         9 280          44 110           208        97        56       34        20           1      –      –        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                             1 001         5 512          25   729         140        62       44        24        10            –     –      –        –        –
501     Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                          110           512           2   913          16         8        4         3         1            –     –      –        –        –
503     Lumber and construction materials                            114           761           3   637          12         4        5         2         1            –     –      –        –        –
504     Professional and commercial equipment                        265         1 450           6   168          34        14       12         4         4            –     –      –        –        –
508     Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           158           948           4   534          25        12        7         5         1            –     –      –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                             (F)           (D)             (D)           67        35        12        9        10           1      –      –        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                              232         1 484           6 896            21         8         5        4         4           –      –      –        –        –
5149       Groceries and related products, n.e.c.                    120           900           3 952            12         5         4        1         2           –      –      –        –        –
518      Beer, wine, and distilled beverages                         106           691           3 413             4         –         1        –         3           –      –      –        –        –

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




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COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                         MICHIGAN 53

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

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

       GRAND TRAVERSE Con.
            Retail trade                                           8 825        23 327         110   536         755       297      230       131        65           22    9       –       1         –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        352         1 446           7   176          43        17       13         9         4            –    –       –       –         –
521      Lumber and other building materials                         163           853           3   999          15         4        5         4         2            –    –       –       –         –
53     General merchandise stores                                  1 395         3 672          17   109          18         4        3         3         –            2    5       –       1         –
531      Department stores                                         1 274         3 317          14   986           7         –        –         –         –            1    5       –       1         –
54     Food stores                                                 1 000         2 391          10   449          76        27       27         9         7            5    1       –       –         –
541      Grocery stores                                              835         2 032           8   784          49        13       21         4         5            5    1       –       –         –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       955         4 191          19   820          92        35       35        12         7            2    1       –       –         –
551      New and used car dealers                                    423         2 430          11   454           9         –        1         1         4            2    1       –       –         –
553      Auto and home supply stores                                 111           493           2   205          17         9        6         –         2            –    –       –       –         –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   301           773           3   312          44        14       21         8         1            –    –       –       –         –
56     Apparel and accessory stores                                  883         1 868           8   442         102        40       36        21         2            2    1       –       –         –
562      Women’s clothing stores                                     417           759           3   191          38        13       11        11         1            2    –       –       –         –
565      Family clothing stores                                      193           481           2   403          15         6        4         4         –            –    1       –       –         –
566      Shoe stores                                                 105           259           1   021          21        12        8         –         1            –    –       –       –         –
57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          413         1 476           7   172          63        25       23        13         2            –    –       –       –         –
571      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        225           800           3   952          38        15       16         7         –            –    –       –       –         –
5712        Furniture stores                                         109           395           1   935          16         4        8         4         –            –    –       –       –         –
573      Radio, television, and computer stores                      130           409           1   888          19         8        6         4         1            –    –       –       –         –
58     Eating and drinking places                                  2 576         4 734          23   806         157        45       30        34        37           11    –       –       –         –
5812        Eating places                                          2 445         4 526          22   174         130        29       24        29        37           11    –       –       –         –
5813        Drinking places                                          117           178               779          17         7        6         4         –            –    –       –       –         –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                        1 225         3 318          15   182         199       101       62        29         6            –    1       –       –         –
591      Drug stores and proprietary stores                          147           532           2   411          13         –        6         6         1            –    –       –       –         –
593      Used merchandise stores                                     174           292           1   259          16        11        4         –         –            –    1       –       –         –
594      Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                         567         1 285           6   022         102        54       29        16         3            –    –       –       –         –
5941        Sporting goods and bicycle shops                         154           436           2   034          24        12        5         6         1            –    –       –       –         –
5947        Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                        128           178               963          28        17        6         5         –            –    –       –       –         –
599      Retail stores, n.e.c.                                       154           531           2   438          36        20       13         3         –            –    –       –       –         –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                     1 866        12   064        52   216         227       130        49       28        12           6     2       –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       795         4   351        18   381          51         8        27        7         3           5     1       –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                            618         3   491        14   633          34         2        21        5         1           4     1       –        –        –
62     Security and commodity brokers                                125         1   884         8   041          18        11         1        5         1           –     –       –        –        –
621      Security brokers and dealers                                122         1   876         7   992          14         7         1        5         1           –     –       –        –        –
63     Insurance carriers                                            314         2   568        10   699          27        13         7        3         3           –     1       –        –        –
633      Fire, marine, and casualty insurance                        190         1   768         7   773          10         5         2        1         1           –     1       –        –        –
64     Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        208         1   261         5   861          42        33         5        2         1           1     –       –        –        –
65     Real estate                                                   309         1   274         5   899          67        51         7        5         4           –     –       –        –        –
653      Real estate agents and managers                             222             905         3   885          40        28         6        3         3           –     –       –        –        –
           Services                                              11 804         53   552       246   910      1 072        635      248       108        53           13    11      2       1         1
70     Hotels and other lodging places                            1 236          3   043         9   884         45         21        5        11         4            1     2      –       1         –
701      Hotels and motels                                        1 231          3   031         9   738         39         15        5        11         4            1     2      –       1         –
72     Personal services                                            497          1   246         5   942         66         34       19         9         2            2     –      –       –         –
721      Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                    209              641         3   302         20          8        7         2         2            1     –      –       –         –
723      Beauty shops                                               139              326         1   511         27         15        8         4         –            –     –      –       –         –
729      Miscellaneous personal services                            108              145             413         10          5        3         1         –            1     –      –       –         –
73     Business services                                           1 020         4 537          20   546         114        72        22       11         5           2     2       –        –        –
734      Services to buildings                                       162           356           1   540          26        16         6        2         2           –     –       –        –        –
7349       Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                     158           342           1   443          23        13         6        2         2           –     –       –        –        –
736      Personnel supply services                                   474         2 240           9   682           9         1         2        2         –           2     2       –        –        –
738      Miscellaneous business services                             110           429           2   241          29        21         6        1         1           –     –       –        –        –
75     Auto repair, services, and parking                            361         1 619           7 393            77        46       21        10         –            –     –      –        –        –
753      Automotive repair shops                                     254         1 214           5 416            60        40       14         6         –            –     –      –        –        –
7538       General automotive repair shops                           102           496           2 147            25        18        4         3         –            –     –      –        –        –
76     Miscellaneous repair services                                 197             789         3 603            42        28       11         2         1            –     –      –        –        –
78     Motion pictures                                               132             470         1 566            11         5         4         –        1           1      –      –        –        –
79     Amusement and recreation services                             339             691         3 972            56        37       11         3         3           2      –      –        –        –
799     Misc. amusement, recreation services                         267             480         2 817            44        29        9         3         1           2      –      –        –        –
80     Health services                                             4 735        26 783         123   104         269       156       69        22        14           2     4       1        –        1
801     Offices and clinics of medical doctors                       762         6 807          34   935          99        56       20        13         9           –     1       –        –        –
802     Offices and clinics of dentists                              348         1 499           7   683          68        34       29         5         –           –     –       –        –        –
803     Offices of osteopathic physicians                            100           809           3   763          28        19        8         1         –           –     –       –        –        –
804     Offices of other health practitioners                        112           499           2   246          40        31        9         –         –           –     –       –        –        –
805     Nursing and personal care facilities                         403         1 188           5   199           6         1        –         2         –           1     2       –        –        –
808     Home health care services                                    171           486           2   049           5         2        –         –         2           –     1       –        –        –
809     Health and allied services, n.e.c.                           134           668           2   819           7         3        1         1         1           1     –       –        –        –
81     Legal services                                                367         2 562          12 074            76        47        17       10         2            –     –      –        –        –

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




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54     MICHIGAN                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

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

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

       GRAND TRAVERSE Con.
           Services Con.
82     Educational services                                          393         1 920           9 760             7         4         1         –        –           1      –      1        –        –
83     Social services                                               710         1 905           8   200          87        57       12        11         6            –    1       –        –        –
832      Individual and family services                              180           630           2   703          19        11        1         3         4            –    –       –        –        –
833      Job training and related services                           257           626           2   686           4         1        1         –         1            –    1       –        –        –
835      Child day care services                                     107           232           1   016          29        21        5         3         –            –    –       –        –        –
836      Residential care                                            116           282           1   208          22        13        5         4         –            –    –       –        –        –
86     Membership organizations                                      538         1 353           5 554            72        35       23         8         5           1      –      –        –        –
864      Civic and social associations                               164           409           1 742            20        10        7         1         1           1      –      –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                     287           669           2 663            38        18       12         4         4           –      –      –        –        –
87     Engineering and management services                         1 149         5   992        32   067         133        84        28       10         8           1     2       –        –        –
871      Engineering and architectural services                      263         1   911         9   287          39        24         9        2         4           –     –       –        –        –
8711       Engineering services                                      203         1   559         7   535          24        15         5        –         4           –     –       –        –        –
872      Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                       399         1   667         7   324          53        41         7        3         1           –     1       –        –        –
874      Management and public relations                             449         2   250        14   567          38        19        10        5         2           1     1       –        –        –
8741       Management services                                       368         1   557        11   608          19         5         7        3         2           1     1       –        –        –
           Unclassified establishments                               115             297         2 424            89        84         3        1         1            –     –      –        –        –



       GRATIOT

                Total                                            10 726         45 409         205 080           824       459      182        94        50           23    10      3       3         –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               39             126             639           9         6         2        1         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Mining                                                     19             114             561           6         4         2         –        –            –     –      –        –        –
           Construction                                              252         1 067           6 291            80        58       17         5         –            –     –      –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                     134             779         3 854            38        25       11         2         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                           2 482        16 050          72 962            45        11         7        7        10           3     4       2       1         –
24     Lumber and wood products                                       (C)            (D)             (D)           4         2         –         –        1            –     1      –        –        –
27     Printing and publishing                                       174             557         2 323             8         1         3        1         1           2      –      –        –        –
2752        Commercial printing, lithographic                        131             427         1 745             5         –         3        –         –           2      –      –        –        –
29     Petroleum and coal products                                    (C)            (D)             (D)           1         –         –         –        –            –     1      –        –        –
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    161             714         3 263             6         2         –        1         2           1      –      –        –        –
308      Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                     161             714         3 263             6         2         –        1         2           1      –      –        –        –
33     Primary metal industries                                       (C)            (D)             (D)           2         –         –        1         –            –     1      –        –        –
34     Fabricated metal products                                      (F)            (D)             (D)           3         2         –         –        –            –     –      –       1         –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            217         1 571           9 730             8         1         2        2         2            –    1       –        –        –
354      Metalworking machinery                                      157         1 324           8 513             3         –         –        1         1            –    1       –        –        –
37     Transportation equipment                                      792         4 258          18 273             5         1         –         –        2            –     –      2        –        –

           Transportation and public utilities                       667         4 215          18 425            41        22         7        6         2           3     1       –        –        –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                      173             866         3 957            20        12         3        4         –           1      –      –        –        –
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                   173             866         3 957            20        12         3        4         –           1      –      –        –        –

48     Communication                                                  (E)            (D)             (D)           9         3         3         –        1           1      1      –        –        –

           Wholesale trade                                           602         3 237          15 094            51        18        15       10         6           2      –      –        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                               343         2 049           8 307            29        11         9        4         4           1      –      –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                          167         1 186           4 547             7         2         1        1         2           1      –      –        –        –

51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                             (E)            (D)             (D)          21         6         6        6         2           1      –      –        –        –
515      Farm-product raw materials                                  137             697         3 158             7         1         2        2         1           1      –      –        –        –

           Retail trade                                            2 646         6 367          29 402           233       111        61       29        20           8     4       –        –        –
53     General merchandise stores                                    334             919         4 141            11         4         3        1         –           2     1       –        –        –

54     Food stores                                                   510         1 187           5 257            36        14       12         3         4           2     1       –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              431         1 023           4 537            25         7       11         1         3           2     1       –        –        –

55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       333         1 108           4 917            46        20       17         6         2           1      –      –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   172             363         1 464            24        11       10         2         –           1      –      –        –        –

58     Eating and drinking places                                    905         1 363           6 148            54        17       13         9        11           3     1       –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            865         1 318           5 966            44        11        9         9        11           3     1       –        –        –

59     Miscellaneous retail                                          231             599         2 862            45        31         7        5         2            –     –      –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                   (C)             (D)           (D)            2         –         1        –         –            –     1      –        –        –

           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       451         1 923           7 706            63        40       16         3         2           2      –      –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       294         1 417           5 566            20         6         9        2         1           2      –      –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                            273         1 334           5 215            17         6         6        2         1           2      –      –        –        –

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




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

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

       GRATIOT          Con.
           Services                                                3 546        12 273          53   747          272      165       55        33        10           5     1       1       2         –
80     Health services                                             1 752         7 970          35   373           65       31       12        14         1           4     1       1       1         –
801      Offices and clinics of medical doctors                      136           829           5   080           21       11        4         5         1           –     –       –       –         –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                        865         2 725          12   445           12        2        2         2         –           4     1       1       –         –
82     Educational services                                           (F)           (D)               (D)           1        –        –         –         –           –     –       –       1         –
83     Social services                                               180           349           1   447           28       18        5         4         –           1     –       –       –         –
86     Membership organizations                                      267           424           1   655           48       26       15         6         1           –     –       –       –         –
866      Religious organizations                                     161           290           1   122           35       20       13         2         –           –     –       –       –         –
87     Engineering and management services                           115           430           1   736           15        8        3         1         3           –     –       –       –         –
           Unclassified establishments                                22              37             253           24       24         –         –        –            –     –      –        –        –


       HILLSDALE
                Total                                            12 328         57 418         238 450            839      467      176       105        48           21    13      6       3         –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               32            83             542             14       13        –         1         –           –      –      –        –        –
          Mining                                                      80           467           2 119             14        4        9         1         –           –      –      –        –        –
          Construction                                               333         1 306           6 448             77       58       10         8         –           1      –      –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                     241           926           4 543             47       33        6         7         –           1      –      –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                           5 453        34 238         137 614             96       24       14        15        17           11    9       5       1         –
20     Food and kindred products                                     305         2 024           8 570              4        –        –         –         2            1    1       –       –         –
27     Printing and publishing                                       110           465           1 993              9        3        2         2         2            –    –       –       –         –
28     Chemicals and allied products                                  (C)           (D)             (D)             3        1        –         –         1            1    –       –       –         –
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    370         1 849           8 036              5        1        –         1         1            1    –       1       –         –
3089        Plastics products, n.e.c.                                351         1 704           7 080              3        –        –         –         1            1    –       1       –         –
33     Primary metal industries                                       (E)           (D)             (D)             3        1        –         –         –            1    –       1       –         –
34     Fabricated metal products                                   1 294         7 246          30 758             21        2        1         5         6            4    2       1       –         –
344      Fabricated structural metal products                        233         1 600           6 922              7        1        –         2         2            2    –       –       –         –
345      Screw machine products, bolts, etc.                         166         1 075           4 702              6        –        1         1         4            –    –       –       –         –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            423         3 820           8 587             20        7        6         5         –            1    1       –       –         –
36     Electronic and other electronic equipment                     139           689           3 151              5        1        1         1         1            1    –       –       –         –
37     Transportation equipment                                    1 896        12 273          53 862              8        1        –         –         –            –    4       2       1         –
371      Motor vehicles and equipment                              1 896        12 273          53 862              8        1        –         –         –            –    4       2       1         –
3714        Motor vehicle parts and accessories                    1 896        12 273          53 862              8        1        –         –         –            –    4       2       1         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                   (C)           (D)             (D)             2        1        –         –         –            –    1       –       –         –
           Transportation and public utilities                       226         1 419           6 070             30       16         7        4         3            –     –      –        –        –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                      121           613           2 668             18       11         3        2         2            –     –      –        –        –
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                   121           613           2 668             18       11         3        2         2            –     –      –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                           518         2 623          11 752             63       25       17        16         5            –     –      –        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                               270         1 534           6 471             34       14       10         7         3            –     –      –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                             (C)           (D)             (D)            28       11        7         8         2            –     –      –        –        –
           Retail trade                                            2 008         5 100          22 344            222      115        51       32        18           5     1       –        –        –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        109           424           1 745             20       11         4        4         1           –     –       –        –        –
53     General merchandise stores                                    263             591         2 537              7        1         1        1         3            –    1       –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                   446         1 175           4 738             30       11         8        5         3           3      –      –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              398         1 084           4 413             26        9         7        5         2           3      –      –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       269         1 080           5 049             36       18         8        7         3            –     –      –        –        –
551      New and used car dealers                                    100           644           3 071              4        –         –        1         3            –     –      –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                    650             934         4 323             60       26       15        10         7           2      –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            629             897         3 980             52       20       13        10         7           2      –      –        –        –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                          161             540         2 482             40       27         9        3         1            –     –      –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       347         1 417           6 141             62       40       17         3         1           1      –      –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       213           840           3 696             20        7        9         2         1           1      –      –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                            194           790           3 417             16        5        7         2         1           1      –      –        –        –
           Services                                                3 313        10   725        45   231          238      149        51       25         4           3     3       1       2         –
73     Business services                                             800         2   193         7   932           10        6         1        –         –           –     2       –       1         –
736      Personnel supply services                                   788         2   137         7   657            5        2         –        –         –           –     2       –       1         –
7363       Help supply services                                      788         2   137         7   657            5        2         –        –         –           –     2       –       1         –
80     Health services                                               556         2 806          12 754             47       25        16        3         1           1      –      1        –        –
801     Offices and clinics of medical doctors                       122           663           3 257             20       10         8        1         1           –      –      –        –        –
82     Educational services                                           (F)            (D)             (D)            4        2         1         –        –            –     –      –       1         –
83     Social services                                               413         1 067           4 844             35       20         4        8         1           1     1       –        –        –
836      Residential care                                            205           752           3 276             19        9         1        7         1           1     –       –        –        –
86     Membership organizations                                      195             375         1 585             44       28       10         6         –            –     –      –        –        –
866     Religious organizations                                      119             218           926             27       17        7         3         –            –     –      –        –        –
87     Engineering and management services                           114             789         3 342             17       12         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.




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56     MICHIGAN                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

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

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

       HILLSDALE Con.
           Unclassified establishments                                18             40             189          23         23         –         –        –            –     –      –        –        –



       HOUGHTON

                Total                                              8 368        28 160         132 608          885        491      194       108        72           11    7       2        –        –

           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               34            102             727           9          7         –        2         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Mining                                                     (A)           (D)             (D)           1          1         –         –        –            –     –      –        –        –
           Construction                                              465         1 851          15 812           98         72        15        6         3           2      –      –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                    269         1 088          10 756           45         32         7        3         1           2      –      –        –        –
151      General building contractors                                243         1 050          10 251           28         17         5        3         1           2      –      –        –        –

17     Special trade contractors                                     148            473          2 798           50         40         8         –        2            –     –      –        –        –

           Manufacturing                                             976         3 376          16 322           67         38         8        8         9           2     2       –        –        –
24     Lumber and wood products                                      520         1 521           7 609           35         20         7        1         4           2     1       –        –        –
241      Logging                                                     112            382          1 469           24         16         6         –        2            –     –      –        –        –
242      Sawmills and planing mills                                  408         1 139           6 140           11          4         1        1         2           2     1       –        –        –

36     Electronic and other electronic equipment                      (C)           (D)             (D)           2          1         –         –        –            –     1      –        –        –

           Transportation and public utilities                       351         2 605          11 099           37         21         3       11         1           1      –      –        –        –
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                           (C)           (D)             (D)          10          5         1        2         1           1      –      –        –        –

           Wholesale trade                                           234         1 298           5 542           35         19         7        7         2            –     –      –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                            146            782          3 212           18          9         4        3         2            –     –      –        –        –

           Retail trade                                            2 798         5 678          25 043          255         93        80       40        37           4     1       –        –        –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        148            454          2 259           16          4         6        5         1            –     –      –        –        –

53     General merchandise stores                                    263            539          2 359            9          2         2        2         2            –    1       –        –        –

54     Food stores                                                   489         1 188           5 107           32         11         8        4         8           1      –      –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              472         1 176           5 021           29          9         8        3         8           1      –      –        –        –

55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       296         1 066           4 563           42         19       15         5         3            –     –      –        –        –
551      New and used car dealers                                    104            571          2 362            5          –         –        3         2            –     –      –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   147            371          1 585           25         11       12         1         1            –     –      –        –        –

56     Apparel and accessory stores                                  192            374          1 594           19          7         5        5         1           1      –      –        –        –
565      Family clothing stores                                      110            227             854           4          –         –        2         1           1      –      –        –        –

58     Eating and drinking places                                  1 072         1 212           5 448           76         21       19        13        21           2      –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            938         1 068           4 737           50          5       11        12        20           2      –      –        –        –

59     Miscellaneous retail                                          259            576          2 545           48         23       19         6         –            –     –      –        –        –

           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       574         2 788          11 761           67         39        14        9         4            –    1       –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       372         1 946           8 138           19          6         6        3         3            –    1       –        –        –

           Services                                                2 923        10 440          46 114          295        180        67       25        16           2     3       2        –        –
70     Hotels and other lodging places                               137            197             953          21         15         2        1         3            –     –      –        –        –
701      Hotels and motels                                           130            184             902          17         11         2        1         3            –     –      –        –        –

73     Business services                                             123            261          1 170           22         12         6        3         1            –     –      –        –        –

80     Health services                                             1 414         5 897          27 167           51         24        16        2         3           2     2       2        –        –
808      Home health care services                                   203            454          2 285            3          –         –         –        2            –    1       –        –        –

82     Educational services                                           (C)           (D)             (D)           9          5         –        2         1            –     1      –        –        –

83     Social services                                               243            444          1 903           27         14         7        2         4            –     –      –        –        –

86     Membership organizations                                      178            305          1 269           52         36       16          –        –            –     –      –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                     139            197             782          37         25        12         –        –            –     –      –        –        –

87     Engineering and management services                           198         1 158           4 582           24         12         6        4         2            –     –      –        –        –

           Unclassified establishments                                (A)           (D)             (D)          21         21         –         –        –            –     –      –        –        –

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




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COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                         MICHIGAN 57

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

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

       HURON

                Total                                              9 355        40 427         196 394        1 006        597      196       121        57           19    14      2        –        –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               43            157              895          13        10         2        1         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Mining                                                     (A)           (D)              (D)           2         1         1         –        –            –     –      –        –        –
           Construction                                              362         1 304           7 603           113        85       18        10         –            –     –      –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                    119            416          2 218            29        16       11         2         –            –     –      –        –        –
17     Special trade contractors                                     198            735          4 119            72        60         6        6         –            –     –      –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                           2 852        16 977          83 167            76        23        13        5        14           12    8       1        –        –
20     Food and kindred products                                     200         1 494           6 491             5         –         1        1         1           1     1       –        –        –
27     Printing and publishing                                       144            582          2 532             7         2         2         –        1           2      –      –        –        –
28     Chemicals and allied products                                  (C)           (D)              (D)           2         1         –         –        –            –     1      –        –        –
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    399         1 966           7 897             4         –         –         –        –           2     2       –        –        –
308      Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                     399         1 966           7 897             4         –         –         –        –           2     2       –        –        –
3089       Plastics products, n.e.c.                                 399         1 966           7 897             4         –         –         –        –           2     2       –        –        –
33     Primary metal industries                                      308         1 951           9 269             6         –         2         –        3            –     1      –        –        –
34     Fabricated metal products                                     744         4 385          25 434            11         5         1        1         –           2     1       1        –        –
346      Metal forgings and stampings                                661         3 945          23 837             3         –         –        –         –           1     1       1        –        –
3465      Automotive stampings                                       661         3 945          23 837             3         –         –        –         –           1     1       1        –        –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                            638         3 882          20   348          20         6         1        2         5           5     1       –        –        –
354      Metalworking machinery                                      430         2 521          13   804          11         3         1        –         3           3     1       –        –        –
3544      Special dies, tools, jigs and fixtures                     303         1 885          10   784           7         2         1        –         1           2     1       –        –        –
3545      Machine tool accessories                                   127           636           3   020           4         1         –        –         2           1     –       –        –        –
356      General industrial machinery                                107           726           3   578           4         1         –        1         1           1     –       –        –        –
37     Transportation equipment                                      168            842          3 865             5         1         1        1         1            –    1       –        –        –
371      Motor vehicles and equipment                                168            842          3 865             5         1         1        1         1            –    1       –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                       502         4 170          18 683            55        28        11       11         4            –    1       –        –        –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                      156            584          2 753            25        12         7        5         1            –     –      –        –        –
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                   156            584          2 753            25        12         7        5         1            –     –      –        –        –
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                           (C)           (D)              (D)           8         1         1        3         2            –     1      –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                           622         3 578          15 830            68        27        17       19         4           1      –      –        –        –
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                               196         1 149           4 976            26        12         6        7         1            –     –      –        –        –
508     Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           112           622           2 778            13         4         3        6         –            –     –      –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                            426         2 429          10 854            42        15        11       12         3           1      –      –        –        –
515      Farm-product raw materials                                  170         1 081           4 747            11         2         2        5         1           1      –      –        –        –
5153       Grain and field beans                                     170         1 081           4 747            11         2         2        5         1           1      –      –        –        –
           Retail trade                                            2 616         5 939          27 518           294       153        65       45        24           6     1       –        –        –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        100            308          1 561            23        14         6        3         –            –     –      –        –        –
53     General merchandise stores                                    295            628          2 936             9         5         1        1         –           1     1       –        –        –
54     Food stores                                                   502         1 290           5 910            37        16       11         3         4           3      –      –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                              488         1 275           5 841            32        12       10         3         4           3      –      –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                       328         1 103           5 043            40        17         9       11         3            –     –      –        –        –
551      New and used car dealers                                    133           676           2 989             9         2         –        4         3            –     –      –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   149           288           1 391            20         8         6        6         –            –     –      –        –        –
56     Apparel and accessory stores                                  118            245          1 116            18        11         1        5         1            –     –      –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                    979         1 522           7 257            91        37       19        18        15           2      –      –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            930         1 440           6 839            73        24       14        18        15           2      –      –        –        –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                          245            675          2 939            61        42       14         4         1            –     –      –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                       388         1 892           7 512            78        46       20         9         3            –     –      –        –        –
60     Depository institutions                                       255         1 306           5 160            26         4       12         7         3            –     –      –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                            225         1 193           4 687            20         2        8         7         3            –     –      –        –        –
           Services                                                1 926         6 317          34 347           280       199        47       21         8            –    4       1        –        –
72     Personal services                                             111            273          1 089            21        12         6        3         –            –     –      –        –        –
73     Business services                                             100            185              988          13         9         2         –        2            –     –      –        –        –
80     Health services                                               886         3 770          19 438            55        35        13        2         1            –    3       1        –        –
806      Hospitals                                                   536         2 391          10 738             3         –         –        –         –            –    2       1        –        –
83     Social services                                               176            195              828          22        16         2        3         –            –    1       –        –        –
86     Membership organizations                                      243            416          1 672            52        32       13         6         1            –     –      –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                     223            393          1 562            42        23       12         6         1            –     –      –        –        –

87     Engineering and management services                           104            732          6 269            22        16         3        2         1            –     –      –        –        –

           Unclassified establishments                                (B)           (D)              (D)          27        25         2         –        –            –     –      –        –        –

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




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

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

       INGHAM

                Total                                           123 621        730 473      3 112 324        7 207      3 405     1 679     1 075       669      233       101     27      11         7

           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              727         2 288          11 435          103         64        24        8         5           2      –      –        –        –
07     Agricultural services                                         717         2 132          10 962           98         60        23        8         5           2      –      –        –        –
074      Veterinary services                                         165            406          1 815           25          9       13         2         1            –     –      –        –        –
075      Animal services, except veterinary                          169            733          3 125           10          5         3         –        1           1      –      –        –        –
078      Landscape and horticultural services                        368            938          5 872           58         41         7        6         3           1      –      –        –        –

           Mining                                                    139            894          4 566           15          7         5        2         –           1      –      –        –        –
13     Oil and gas extraction                                        115            789          3 644           12          6         4        1         –           1      –      –        –        –

           Construction                                            4 148        26 650         128 906          531        321        90       72        33           12    3       –        –        –
15     General contractors and operative builders                  1 463         9 673          40 796          188        124        31       18         8           5     2       –        –        –
151      General building contractors                              1 102         8 123          33 076          107         68        14       12         7           4     2       –        –        –

16     Heavy construction, except building                            (E)           (D)             (D)          27         14         3        6         3           1      –      –        –        –
161      Highway and street construction                             173         1 713          11 787           13          5         2        4         1           1      –      –        –        –

17     Special trade contractors                                   2 415        14 615          71 423          315        182        56       48        22           6     1       –        –        –
171      Plumbing, heating, air-conditioning                         445         2 567          12 157           57         28        10       14         5            –     –      –        –        –
173      Electrical work                                             486         3 891          16 400           38         13         9        7         8           1      –      –        –        –
174      Masonry, stonework, and plastering                          371         2 752          13 898           37         21         8        5         1           1     1       –        –        –
1741      Masonry and other stonework                                190         1 569           7 671           17         11         3        2         –           –     1       –        –        –
1742      Plastering, drywall, and insulation                        177         1 168           6 173           17          7         5        3         1           1     –       –        –        –
175      Carpentry and floor work                                    130            700          3 214           30         22         5        1         2            –     –      –        –        –
176      Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                       154            684          3 149           21         13         2        4         2            –     –      –        –        –
177      Concrete work                                               121            585          5 165           21         17         2         –        1           1      –      –        –        –
179      Misc. special trade contractors                             341         1 939           9 622           50         29       10         7         3           1      –      –        –        –
1799       Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                         224         1 108           5 390           21         11        4         2         3           1      –      –        –        –

           Manufacturing                                         24 790        253 176      1 015 746           293         96        57       49        44           22    15      7       1         2
20     Food and kindred products                                   1 095         7 866          31 352           15          2         2        2         4           3     1       –       1         –
202      Dairy products                                              854         6 448          25 553            5          –         –         –        3            –     1      –       1         –

24     Lumber and wood products                                      185         1 010           5 355           11          2         4        1         3           1      –      –        –        –

27     Printing and publishing                                     2 046        12 941          54 298           99         38        25       17        12           4     1       2        –        –
271      Newspapers                                                  476         2 693          11 072            9          4         1        1         2            –     –      1        –        –
274      Miscellaneous publishing                                    111            671          2 587            6          4         –         –        1           1      –      –        –        –
275      Commercial printing                                       1 224         8 380          35 228           56         16        17       12         7           2     1       1        –        –
2752       Commercial printing, lithographic                       1 144         8 096          33 900           47         14        12       12         5           2     1       1        –        –

28     Chemicals and allied products                                 205         1 940           6 879            8          4         –        1         2            –     1      –        –        –

30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                  1 022         5 745          25 508           12          2         –        4         1           1     3       1        –        –
308      Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                   1 022         5 745          25 508           12          2         –        4         1           1     3       1        –        –
3089       Plastics products, n.e.c.                                 317         1 773           7 605            6          1         –        3         –           1     1       –        –        –

32     Stone, clay, and glass products                               163            854          5 189           11          4         1        3         3            –     –      –        –        –
327      Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products                      154            820          5 039            8          1         1        3         3            –     –      –        –        –
3273       Ready-mixed concrete                                      103            559          3 638            5          1         1        1         2            –     –      –        –        –

33     Primary metal industries                                      193         1 203           5 394            5          1         –        1         –           3      –      –        –        –

34     Fabricated metal products                                   1 465         9 584          46 904           32          8         6        5         5           4     3       1        –        –
344      Fabricated structural metal products                        173         1 129           5 097            8          2         1        2         1           2      –      –        –        –
345      Screw machine products, bolts, etc.                         334         2 048          13 338            6          –         2         –        3            –     1      –        –        –
346      Metal forgings and stampings                                774         5 301          23 397            6          1         –        1         –           1      2      1        –        –
349      Misc. fabricated metal products                             109            747          3 136            7          4         2         –        –           1      –      –        –        –

35     Industrial machinery and equipment                          1 196        10 876          43 875           42         12        10        7         7           3     2       1        –        –
354      Metalworking machinery                                      650         6 744          26 543           18          3         5        4         3           1     1       1        –        –
3544      Special dies, tools, jigs and fixtures                     184         1 572           6 626           11          2         3        3         2           1     –       –        –        –
355      Special industry machinery                                  131            834          3 756            5          1         1        1         1           1      –      –        –        –
359      Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                                259         2 194           8 962           12          5         4        1         1            –    1       –        –        –

37     Transportation equipment                                       (J)           (D)             (D)          15          2         2         –        2           2      3      2        –        2
3714       Motor vehicle parts and accessories                     3 423        23 502         107 047            6          1         1         –        –           1      –      2        –        1
372      Aircraft and parts                                          295         3 065          10 856            3          –         –        –         1           –     2       –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                  241         3 260          13 843            5          1         1        1         –           1     1       –        –        –

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




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

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

       INGHAM Con.
           Transportation and public utilities                     3 936        28 413         114   588          199       94        45       19        28           7     2       3       1         –
41     Local and interurban passenger transit                        447         1 509           5   709           15        7         2        1         3           1     –       1       –         –
411      Local and suburban transportation                           119           404           1   417            7        3         1        –         2           1     –       –       –         –
4119       Local passenger transportation, n.e.c.                    119           404           1   417            7        3         1        –         2           1     –       –       –         –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                      691         4 358          18   377           66       36        13        7         9           –     1       –       –         –
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                   685         4 345          18   289           60       30        13        7         9           –     1       –       –         –
45     Transportation by air                                         211         1 271           5   447            9        –         3        2         3           1     –       –       –         –
47     Transportation services                                        (C)           (D)               (D)          39       25        10        3         1           –     –       –       –         –
472      Passenger transportation arrangement                        182           707           2   890           30       17         9        3         1           –     –       –       –         –
4724       Travel agencies                                           161           584           2   654           26       14         9        2         1           –     –       –       –         –
48     Communication                                               1 712        14 092          54   110           56       22        10        6        11           4     1       2       –         –
481      Telephone communication                                     734         7 945          29   762           32       17         7        2         2           2     1       1       –         –
4813       Telephone communications, exc. radio                      708         7 661          28   899           27       14         6        1         2           2     1       1       –         –
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                           (F)           (D)               (D)          12        3         6        –         1           1     –       –       1         –
           Wholesale trade                                         7 452        56   233       227   356          455      174      108        82        66           16    8       –        –        1
50     Wholesale trade - durable goods                             4 937        38   157       151   447          300      116       72        54        43           10    4       –        –        1
501      Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                       1 620        12   794        48   188           45       14       11         8         9            2    –       –        –        1
5012       Automobiles and other motor vehicles                      114         1   068         3   884            7        2        1         –         4            –    –       –        –        –
5013       Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                    1 463        11   567        43   759           32       10        9         5         5            2    –       –        –        1
502      Furniture and homefurnishings                               270         1   711         7   435           21        7        5         3         6            –    –       –        –        –
5021       Furniture                                                 210         1   394         5   984           15        5        3         2         5            –    –       –        –        –
503      Lumber and construction materials                           250         1   658         7   736           26        9        5         9         3            –    –       –        –        –
5031       Lumber, plywood, and millwork                             143         1   054         4   938           12        3        3         4         2            –    –       –        –        –
504      Professional and commercial equipment                     1 511        12   132        48   669           66       21       15        10        11            6    3       –        –        –
5044       Office equipment                                          653         4   694        18   151           19        5        2         5         4            1    2       –        –        –
5045       Computers, peripherals and software                       424         4   683        19   850           20        7        5         3         2            2    1       –        –        –
5047       Medical and hospital equipment                            140             905         3   919           11        4        3         –         4            –    –       –        –        –
5049       Professional equipment, n.e.c.                            176         1   126         4   549            7        2        2         –         1            2    –       –        –        –
505      Metals and minerals, except petroleum                       104         1   130         5   790            5        1        1         1         1            1    –       –        –        –
5051       Metals service centers and offices                        104         1   130         5   790            5        1        1         1         1            1    –       –        –        –
506      Electrical goods                                            393         3   497        10   922           33       12        9         7         4            –    1       –        –        –
5065       Electronic parts and equipment                            221         2   214         5   877           15        4        6         3         1            –    1       –        –        –
507      Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment                    146             963         4   746           20       10        4         5         1            –    –       –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                          485         3   367        13   999           63       31       17         9         5            1    –       –        –        –
5085       Industrial supplies                                       167         1   332         4   648           20        6        9         4         1            –    –       –        –        –
5087       Service establishment equipment                           115             528         2   605            6        2        –         1         2            1    –       –        –        –
509      Miscellaneous durable goods                                 156             864         3   782           18        8        5         2         3            –    –       –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade - nondurable goods                          2 081        12   688        57   566          146       56       36        27        20            4    3       –        –        –
511      Paper and paper products                                    173         1   131         4   302           23       10       10         1         1            1    –       –        –        –
5112       Stationery and office supplies                            129             638         2   513           19       10        7         1         –            1    –       –        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                              723         4   512        19   528           36       11        8         7         8            1    1       –        –        –
5149       Groceries and related products, n.e.c.                    499         3   327        14   418           19        7        2         3         5            1    1       –        –        –
518      Beer, wine, and distilled beverages                         121             736         3   341            5        –        –         3         2            –    –       –        –        –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                      660         3   530        16   812           51       22       10        10         6            2    1       –        –        –
5192       Books, periodicals, and newspapers                        234         1   299         5   880            9        5        –         1         1            1    1       –        –        –
5199       Nondurable goods, n.e.c.                                  272         1   474         7   839           26       11        4         7         4            –    –       –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                  434         5   388        18   343            9        2        –         1         3            2    1       –        –        –
           Retail trade                                          29 655         78   229       341   617       1 751       542      482       364       244           91    21      3       3         1
52     Building materials and garden supplies                       744          3   287        14   938          62        21       16        14        10            –     1      –       –         –
521      Lumber and other building materials                        450          2   286        10   025          27         5        7         8         6            –     1      –       –         –
53     General merchandise stores                                 4 777         12   243        52   778          39         6        7         3         6            2     9      3       3         –
531      Department stores                                        3 908          9   825        44   323          15         –        –         –         –            2     8      2       3         –
533      Variety stores                                             497          1   281         3   680          13         1        5         3         3            –     –      1       –         –
539      Misc. general merchandise stores                           370          1   132         4   676           9         3        2         –         3            –     1      –       –         –
54     Food stores                                                 3 017         6 561          28 659            183       50        47       43        28           11    4       –        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                            2 706         6 012          26 291            138       32        27       40        24           11    4       –        –        –
546      Retail bakeries                                             178           275           1 294             21        8         8        2         3            –    –       –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                     2 216        10 753          49   886          201       70       77        31        13           9     1       –        –        –
551      New and used car dealers                                  1 062         7 096          33   740           23        1        1         3         8           9     1       –        –        –
553      Auto and home supply stores                                 206           932           4   389           33       12       14         7         –           –     –       –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   832         2 283           9   704          114       36       53        20         5           –     –       –        –        –
56     Apparel and accessory stores                                1 735         3 656          15   579          209       59       87        49        14            –     –      –        –        –
561      Men’s and boys’ clothing stores                             220           667           2   439           26        5       12         8         1            –     –      –        –        –
562      Women’s clothing stores                                     700         1 298           5   534           73       10       31        27         5            –     –      –        –        –
565      Family clothing stores                                      321           572           2   774           23        2        8         8         5            –     –      –        –        –
566      Shoe stores                                                 279           662           2   873           51       23       25         2         1            –     –      –        –        –
57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        1 292         5 639          24   429          139       50       56        20         8           4     1       –        –        –
571      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        643         2 681          11   495           78       33       24        14         5           2     –       –        –        –
5712       Furniture stores                                          364         1 637           6   900           35       16        8         6         3           2     –       –        –        –
5713       Floor covering stores                                     173           763           3   298           24        9        8         5         2           –     –       –        –        –
573      Radio, television, and computer stores                      612         2 826          12   372           54       15       27         6         3           2     1       –        –        –
5731       Radio, TV, and electronic stores                          240           961           3   994           28        9       12         4         3           –     –       –        –        –
5735       Record and prerecorded tape stores                        105           236           1   060           16        2       13         1         –           –     –       –        –        –

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




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

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

       INGHAM Con.
           Retail trade     Con.
58     Eating and drinking places                                10 972         18 113          77 876           500       113       77       113       130           63    4       –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                         9 925         16 491          70 010           409        71       64        91       118           62    3       –        –        –
5813        Drinking places                                         927          1 502           6 102            61        19       11        20         9            1    1       –        –        –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                        3 393         9 836          42 287           402       167      113        88        32           1     1       –        –        –
591      Drug stores and proprietary stores                          490         1 631           6 661            45         7       11        24         3           –     –       –        –        –
592      Liquor stores                                               122           223             832            16         7        5         3         1           –     –       –        –        –
593      Used merchandise stores                                     172           495           2 314            19         5        8         4         2           –     –       –        –        –
594      Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                       1 554         3 532          14 986           173        70       51        35        16           –     1       –        –        –
5941       Sporting goods and bicycle shops                          262           636           2 649            33        15        6         8         4           –     –       –        –        –
5942       Book stores                                               464         1 008           4 039            25         7        8         4         5           –     1       –        –        –
5944       Jewelry stores                                            196           568           2 484            35        18       10         7         –           –     –       –        –        –
5945       Hobby, toy, and game shops                                120           279           1 344            12         4        4         2         2           –     –       –        –        –
5947       Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                         276           531           2 249            41        16       16         7         2           –     –       –        –        –
5949       Sewing, needlework, and piece goods                       175           300           1 257            15         3        4         5         3           –     –       –        –        –
596      Nonstore retailers                                          327         1 449           6 093            28        11        8         4         4           1     –       –        –        –
5961       Catalog and mail-order houses                             164           809           3 536             5         –        2         –         2           1     –       –        –        –
599      Retail stores, n.e.c.                                       613         2 012           9 175           101        56       26        14         5           –     –       –        –        –
5995       Optical goods stores                                      136           596           2 360            22        12        6         3         1           –     –       –        –        –
5999       Miscellaneous retail stores, n.e.c.                       306           952           4 914            54        30       12        11         1           –     –       –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                1 509         8 141          35 185            16         6        2         3         3           1     –       –        –        1
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                   10 824         75 889         321 706           714       403      143        83        54           15    9       2       5         –
60     Depository institutions                                     2 868        17 052          72 350           138        32        51       34        11           4     5       –       1         –
602      Commercial banks                                          2 120        12 454          53 197            97