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					County Business Patterns
         1995
                Missouri
                  CBP/95-27




          U.S. Department of Commerce
       Economics and Statistics Administration
             BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
Acknowledgments
   Dennis Wagner, 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, Yolanda Funderburk, Mary
Green, Marilyn Italiano, Alan Pines, Nishea Quash, and Jon Youngman contributed
in resolving establishment processing problems and in data analysis. Mitchell L.
Trager, Assistant Division Chief, Systems, Technology, and Methodology, assisted by
Ken Sausman and John Sullivan, provided general direction of the quality control
operations for data collection and computer processing. John Studds implemented
these operations and provided additional technical support. Edward D. Walker,
Assistant Division Chief for Register Operations, provided general staff guidance.
   Steven McCraith, Chief, Quinquennial Surveys Branch, Economic Statistical Meth-
ods and Programming Division, assisted by Dan Vacca, supervised computer support
operations. Ed Carr was assigned primary responsibility for programming this report.
Emory Fuller provided additional support for computer operations.
   The staff of the Administrative and Customer Services Division, Walter C. Odom,
Chief, performed publication planning, design, composition, editorial review, and
printing planning and procurement. Barbara Abbott provided publication coordination
and editing.
          County
         Business
         Patterns
            1995




                               CBP/95
                  Issued October 1997




      U.S. Department of Commerce
         William M. Daley, Secretary
Economics and Statistics Administration
      Lee Price, Acting 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
Lee Price, Acting Under Secretary                            Bradford R. Huther, Deputy Director
 for Economic Affairs
                                                             Paula J. Schneider, Principal Associate
                                                              Director for Programs
                                                             Frederick T. Knickerbocker, Associate
                                                              Director for Economic Programs
                                                             Thomas L. Mesenbourg, Assistant Director
                                                              for Economic Programs

                                                             ECONOMIC PLANNING AND COORDINATION
                                                              DIVISION
                                                             John P. Govoni, Chief




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Contents


                                                                                                                                                                                                        Page

     General Explanation

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


     Tables

     1a.          The State—Establishments, Employees, and Payroll, by Major Group: 1995 and
                   1994 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      1
     1b.          The State—Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                                                                          3
     1c.          The State—Employees and Annual Payroll by Employment-Size Class: 1995 . . . . . . . .                                                                                                   17
     1d.          The State—Establishments With 1,000 Employees or More by Major Group and
                   Employment-Size Class: 1995 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                        21
     1e.          The State—Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by County: 1995 and 1994 . . . .                                                                                                      22
     2.           Counties—Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                                                                      24


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




General Explanation


INTRODUCTION                                                       Data for industries with fewer than 100 employees, as
                                                                well as data for detailed industries withheld to avoid
    County Business Patterns is an annual series that           disclosing data for individual companies, are not shown in
provides subnational economic data by industry. The series      the printed reports. However, these data are available on
is useful for studying the economic activity of small areas;    CD-ROM and other computer products. To order printed
analyzing economic changes over time; and as a bench-           County Business Patterns reports, contact the Government
mark for statistical series, surveys, and databases between     Printing Office at 202-512-1800.
economic censuses. The series serves various business
uses such as analyzing market potential, measuring the          Electronic Data Formats
effectiveness of sales and advertising programs, setting
sales quotas, and developing budgets. The data are also            County Business Patterns series data are available on
used by government agencies for administration and plan-        CD-ROM, computer tapes and diskettes, and microfiche.
ning.                                                           The CD-ROM contains 1995 and 1994 County Business
    Most of the Nation’s economic activity is covered in this   Patterns data and menu-driven access software. The CD-ROM
series. Data are excluded for self-employed persons, domes-     also includes software for creating County Business Pat-
tic service workers, railroad employees, agricultural pro-      terns data files compatible with popular database and
duction workers, most government employees, and employ-         spreadsheet software. For information and to order other
ees on ocean-borne vessels or in foreign countries. Data        County Business Patterns data products, contact:
are provided by industry in the following economic divi-          Customer Services Branch
sions: agricultural services, forestry, and fishing; mining;       Administrative and Customer Services Division
construction; manufacturing; transportation and public utili-     Bureau of the Census
ties; wholesale trade; retail trade; finance, insurance, and       Washington, DC 20233
real estate; and services. Data are tabulated by industry as
defined in the Standard Industrial Classification Manual:           Telephone: 301-457-4100
1987.                                                             Internet address: <http://www.census.gov/>
    This series has been published annually since 1964 and
at irregular intervals dating back to 1946. The comparability   Special Tabulations
of data over time may be affected by definitional changes in
establishments, activity status, and industrial classifica-        Special tabulations, including data for ZIP Codes and
tions. For more details on these changes, see the section       aggregated by firm, are available on a cost-reimbursable
‘‘Comparability With Other Data.’’                              basis. For more information, contact:
                                                                  Bureau of the Census
DATA PRODUCTS                                                     Economic Planning and Coordination Division
                                                                  Survey Processing and Products Branch
Printed Reports                                                   Washington, DC 20233

   The County Business Patterns data series includes a            Telephone: 301-457-2580
separate printed report for each State, the District of           Fax: 301-457-4433
Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the United States. Individual          E-mail: cbp@census.gov
State reports present payroll and employment data for the
State and counties by industry. The reports also include the    SOURCES OF DATA
number of establishments by industry and employment
size class.                                                        County Business Patterns basic data items are extracted
   The United States report presents similar data for the       from the Standard Statistical Establishment List, a file of all
nation as a whole. In addition, the U.S. report provides        known single and multiestablishment companies main-
employment and payroll data by employment size class for        tained and updated by the Bureau of the Census. The
major industry groups.                                          annual Company Organization Survey provides individual
VI


establishment data for multiestablishment companies. Data         Mid-March Employment
for single-establishment companies are obtained from vari-
ous Census Bureau programs, such as the Annual Survey                Paid employment consists of full- and part-time employ-
of Manufactures and Current Business Surveys, as well as          ees, including salaried officers and executives of corpora-
from administrative records of the Internal Revenue Ser-          tions, who are on the payroll in the pay period including
vice 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
                                                                  CLASSIFICATIONS
Establishments
                                                                    The quinquennial economic censuses are the primary
                                                                  source for industry and geography classifications. The
   An establishment is a single physical location at which        annual Company Organization Survey, Annual Survey of
business is conducted or services or industrial operations        Manufactures, Current Business Surveys, and other Cen-
are performed. It is not necessarily identical with a com-        sus Bureau programs provide regular updates.
pany or enterprise, which may consist of one or more
establishments. When two or more activities are carried on        Industry Classification
at a single location under a single ownership, all activities
generally are grouped together as a single establishment.            Additional sources for assigning industry classifications
The entire establishment is classified on the basis of its         are the Social Security Administration, the Internal Rev-
major activity and all data are included in that classification.   enue Service, and the Bureau of Labor Statistics. These
   Administrative and auxiliary establishments primarily          sources provide industry classification information for new
manage, administer, service, or support the activities of         businesses and businesses not canvassed in the Census
other establishments of the same company rather than the          Bureau programs. Establishments without sufficient indus-
establishments of other companies or the general public.          try information are tabulated in the ‘‘unclassified establish-
Data for these establishments are shown separately by             ments’’ group.
industry division.                                                   In a few instances, the most detailed industry classifica-
                                                                  tions for which data are shown represent a combination of
   Establishment-size designations are determined by paid         more detailed SIC industries. The data for these establish-
employment in the mid-March pay period. The size group            ments are included in the tabulations at a broader industry
‘‘1 to 4’’ includes establishments that did not report any        level. For this reason, the sum of industry components
paid employees in the mid-March pay period but paid               published in this series may not equal the total shown.
wages to at least one employee at some time during the               Industry classifications are explained in an appendix in
year.                                                             the U.S. Summary. The industry titles used throughout this
   Establishment counts represent the number of locations         series are the short SIC titles; complete descriptions are
with paid employees any time during the year. This series         contained in the SIC manual.
excludes governmental establishments except for liquor
stores (SIC 592), wholesale liquor establishments (SIC            Geography Classification
518), depository institutions (SIC 60), federal and federally-
sponsored credit agencies (SIC 611), and hospitals (SIC              Most geography codes are derived from the physical
806).                                                             location address reported in Census Bureau programs.
                                                                  The Internal Revenue Service provides supplemental address
                                                                  information. Those employers without a fixed location
Payroll                                                           within a State (or of unknown county location) are included
                                                                  under a ‘‘statewide’’ classification at the end of the county
                                                                  tables. This incomplete detail causes only slight understate-
    Total payroll includes all forms of compensation, such as     ment of county employment. The independent cities in
salaries, wages, reported tips, commissions, bonuses,             Virginia, and the cities of Baltimore, MD; Carson City, NV;
vacation allowances, sick-leave pay, employee contribu-           and St. Louis, MO, are treated as separate counties.
tions to qualified pension plans, and the value of taxable
fringe benefits. For corporations, it includes amounts paid
                                                                  COMPARABILITY WITH OTHER DATA
to officers and executives; for unincorporated businesses,
it does not include profit or other compensation of propri-
                                                                  Earlier County Business Patterns
etors or partners. Payroll is reported before deductions for
Social Security, income tax, insurance, union dues, etc.            The comparability of data with previous County Busi-
First-quarter payroll consists of payroll during the January-     ness Patterns series may be affected by the following
to-March quarter.                                                 definitional changes:
                                                                                                                        VII


x the change from a ‘‘reporting unit’’ concept to establish-   RELIABILITY OF DATA
  ment based data in 1974.
x the change in definition of ‘‘active’’ establishments in         All data are tabulated from universe files and are not
  1983.                                                        subject to sampling errors. However, the data are subject
x the change in industrial classification definitions, the       to nonsampling errors. Nonsampling errors can be attrib-
  most recent occurring in 1988.                               uted to many sources: inability to identify all cases in the
                                                               universe; definition and classification difficulties; differ-
  A description of previous County Business Patterns           ences in interpretation of questions; errors in recording or
publications is provided on the inside back cover.             coding the data obtained; and estimation of employers who
                                                               reported too late to be included in the tabulations and for
                                                               records with missing or misreported data.
1992 Economic Census
                                                                  The accuracy of the data is determined by the joint
    In comparing the employment and payroll shown in this      effects of the various nonsampling errors. No direct mea-
series with economic censuses data, the user should bear       surement of these effects has been obtained; however,
in mind that definitional and coverage differences may          precautionary steps were taken in all phases of collection,
affect the direct comparison of data items. The definitions     processing, and tabulation to minimize the effects of non-
are detailed in the introductory texts of the appropriate      sampling errors.
publications.
    The economic census present data reported for indi-
vidual establishments; whereas, County Business Patterns
are based primarily on administrative records and data         ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS
reported from current surveys. While every effort is made to
resolve significant differences for the same establishment,
                                                                 The following abbreviations and symbols are used in this
differences are known to exist.
                                                               publication:

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

Table 1a.            The State Establishments, Employees, and Payroll, by Major Group:
                     1995 and 1994
[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, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

                                                                                          1995                                                                  1994

 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                                           139 980        2 169 026        12 747 695       53 346 499           138 274        2 101 239        11 666 264       50 161 688

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing           2 167           10 572            35 671             177 606          2 078            9 863            31 717             169 852
07      Agricultural services                                      2 148           10 496            35 073             176 253          2 057            9 785            31 412             168 520
08      Forestry                                                      11               59               552               1 156             12               56               243               1 155
09      Fishing, hunting, and trapping                                 8               17                46                 197              9               22                62                 177

            Mining                                                    337           5 001            43 415             185 447            329            4 892            37 296             166 850
10      Metal mining                                                   19             807             8   521            33   928           16              782             7 197              29 160
12      Coal mining                                                     7             277             4   727            18   153            4               (C)               (D)                (D)
13      Oil and gas extraction                                         40             203             1   364             4   869           48               (C)               (D)                (D)
14      Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels                            257           3 312            21   734            98   401          242            3 179            19 079              93 694
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                   14             402             7   069            30   096           19              521             5 945              25 101

            Construction                                          14 711          115 160           773 742        3 476 676            14 571          106 295           606 635        3 145 736
15      General contractors and operative builders                 4 441           30   688         213   064        871      149        4 501           28 740           160   502        802   247
16      Heavy construction, except building                          853           12   416          88   747        466      895          866           12 107            78   434        464   920
17      Special trade contractors                                  9 403           70   959         464   098      2 091      141        9 193           64 633           361   735      1 846   841
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                  14            1   097           7   833         47      491           11              815             5   964         31   728

            Manufacturing                                          8 111          422 933         3 335 694       13 403 736             8 055          414 547         3 166 936       12 925 095
20      Food and kindred products                                     474          40 007           261 402        1 086 906               466           38 592           244 421        1 028 949
21      Tobacco products                                                1              (A)               (D)              (D)                1               (A)               (D)              (D)
22      Textile mill products                                          45              (F)               (D)              (D)               44               (F)               (D)              (D)
23      Apparel and other textile products                            354          20 174            73 209          296 863               351           20 132            67 525          293 501
24      Lumber and wood products                                      831          12 707            55 533          230 210               857           11 592            48 214          222 000

25      Furniture and fixtures                                       253           11   105          63   731        261      444          236           10   234          55   611        240   976
26      Paper and allied products                                    142           14   109         103   767        426      565          141           13   408          93   902        402   744
27      Printing and publishing                                    1 579           43   656         316   798      1 271      006        1 575           41   571         289   201      1 202   364
28      Chemicals and allied products                                354           19   816         181   128        740      979          363           20   274         178   979        734   508
29      Petroleum and coal products                                   50            1   151          10   343         44      423           49            1   153           9   308         41   357

30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    342          20   434         123   337        489      108          341           18   956         102   149        441   883
31      Leather and leather products                                   76           5   727          22   406         86      194           87            7   129          25   987         98   449
32      Stone, clay, and glass products                               417          10   836          74   129        316      804          402           10   558          68   743        311   424
33      Primary metal industries                                      129          10   681          80   503        325      537          128           11   622          84   520        359   564
34      Fabricated metal products                                     765          36   007         257   419      1 051      175          742           35   860         250   656      1 087   137

35      Industrial machinery and equipment                            991          35   553         256   526      1 063      203          978           30   901         208   243        908   822
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                     243          30   218         185   654        752      778          246           30   181         185   504        758   686
37      Transportation equipment                                      286          59   709         624   345      2 456      068          274           59   526         646   195      2 529   876
38      Instruments and related products                              168          10   137          84   977        343      509          169           11   890          95   324        384   034
39      Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                        312           8   266          39   654        167      018          313            9   027          39   686        174   544
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                  299          31   847         517   180      1 978      482          292           31   248         469   326      1 688   110

            Transportation and public utilities                    7 288          146 603         1 158 377        4 674 201             7 048          143 367         1 082 917        4 454 677
41      Local and interurban passenger transit                       394           10   373          29   877        116      513          392           12   095          40   756        169   725
42      Trucking and warehousing                                   4 010           50   144         324   136      1 360      493        3 878           48   420         287   794      1 258   586
44      Water transportation                                         156            1   548          10   180         47      779          150            1   545          10   076         44   514
45      Transportation by air                                        219           17   693         134   005        545      363          213           17   630         136   934        544   085
46      Pipelines, except natural gas                                 26                213           2   142          9      396           18                134           1   508          6   217

47      Transportation services                                      877            8   470          49   331        202      588          844            8   245          52   005        214   498
48      Communication                                              1 070           36   254         372   723      1 426      194        1 035           34   057         328   888      1 306   125
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                         482           19   286         216   956        882      816          462           19   102         210   633        846   917
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                  54            2   622          19   027         83      059           56            2   139          14   323         64   010

            Wholesale trade                                       11 518          147 146         1 131 086        4 673 577            11 489          142 003         1 013 648        4 360 318
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                              7 192           82 132           653 591        2 687 972             7 134           77 787           565 952        2 482 981
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                           4 207           57 612           386 153        1 638 970             4 232           55 977           365 026        1 550 874
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                 119            7 402            91 342          346 635               123            8 239            82 670          326 463

            Retail trade                                          33 075          447 052         1 437 967        6 091 544            32 932          432 926         1 303 168        5 721 977
52      Building materials and garden supplies                     1 579           16   813          74   385        311      369        1 716           17   519          71   164        320   719
53      General merchandise stores                                   845           58   206         184   474        731      960          849           54   040         149   408        658   153
54      Food stores                                                3 269           57   926         173   578        721      257        3 297           57   167         165   735        708   023
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                    5 199           53   090         262   875      1 154      349        5 195           50   201         233   883      1 058   620
56      Apparel and accessory stores                               2 605           20   491          49   117        204      961        2 681           20   880          47   339        206   448

57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                       2 457           16   716          68   486        293      650        2 355           15   334          58   851        263   088
58      Eating and drinking places                                 9 391          159   998         306   650      1 359      640        9 263          156   437         281   124      1 266   446
59      Miscellaneous retail                                       7 422           47   175         165   774        708      813        7 264           45   597         151   007        661   686
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                 308           16   637         152   628        605      545          312           15   751         144   657        578   794

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                   12 771          143 687         1 109 966        4 391 490            12 563          144 258         1 066 557        4 169 150
60      Depository institutions                                    2 137           46   147         292   274      1 146      526        2 130           46   712         278   300      1 112   498
61      Nondepository institutions                                   758            9   276          73   275        307      677          685            9   804          75   122        281   605
62      Security and commodity brokers                               761           11   054         154   032        543      599          697           12   685         180   504        586   422
63      Insurance carriers                                           861           28   660         256   493      1 010      034          872           29   708         248   121        968   590
64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                     3 292           14   393         105   118        432      742        3 279           14   155          93   270        393   058

65      Real estate                                                4 514           25 576           116 659             519 984          4 463           23 888           107 500             483 389
67      Holding and other investment offices                         432            7 709            95 286             374 445            419            6 421            65 826             289 932
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                  16              872            16 829              56 483             18              885            17 914              53 656

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

Table 1a.           The State Establishments, Employees, and Payroll, by Major Group:
                    1995 and 1994 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, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

                                                                                          1995                                                                  1994

 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                                              48 728          729 257        3 717 474        16 254 591            48 243          701 913         3 354 644       15 033 165
70      Hotels and other lodging places                            1   268         26   992          72   745        344   705           1   256         25   071          62   310        303   897
72      Personal services                                          4   671         31   009          93   529        382   378           4   643         29   682          85   421        359   993
73      Business services                                          6   691        118   811         564   930      2 425   588           6   516        110   455         460   313      2 065   667
75      Auto repair, services, and parking                         4   272         21   875         100   228        425   620           4   159         21   035          91   568        404   326
76      Miscellaneous repair services                              1   677          9   406          51   200        220   182           1   657          9   165          46   911        208   038

78      Motion pictures                                              768            6   828         16    302         70   443             780            6   485          15   554         68   675
79      Amusement and recreation services                          1 943           29   659        104    596        641   419           1 902           23   988          88   072        491   852
80      Health services                                            8 861          249   295      1 497    565      6 470   074           9 029          247   682       1 389   625      6 187   821
81      Legal services                                             2 691           16   136        141    522        672   272           2 623           15   853         129   714        639   935
82      Educational services                                         894           53   008        263    245      1 145   096             873           51   108         242   619      1 037   989

83      Social services                                            3 601           52 921           148   463        616   729           3 577           50 951           133   361        577   704
84      Museums, botanical, zoological gardens                        71            1 308             5   625         24   286              66            1 182             5   052         21   693
86      Membership organizations                                   6 273           53 222           166   221        685   247           6 235           52 088           154   280        638   829
87      Engineering and management services                        4 635           45 373           363   641      1 530   705           4 519           46 440           351   356      1 558   342
89      Services, n.e.c.                                             189              924             6   989         31   415             193              964             6   795         32   199
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                 223           12 490           120   673        568   432             215            9 764            91   693        436   205

            Unclassified establishments                            1 274            1 615             4 303             17 631               966          1 175             2 746             14 868

          Note: Employment size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J    10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                              MISSOURI              3

Table 1b.            The State                    Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability,
 see introductory text]

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

                   Total                                      2 169 026       12 747 695      53 346 499         139 980     76 400   27 247   17 373    11 702     3 990    2 320      592      219       137
            Agricultural services, forestry, and
             fishing                                              10 572           35 671        177 606           2 167      1 484     426       184         60         8        3       2        –         –
07      Agricultural services                                     10 496           35 073        176 253           2 148      1 469     423       184         59         8        3       2        –         –
071       Soil preparation services                                  104              321          1 753              37         31       5         1          –         –        –       –        –         –
072       Crop services                                              505            1 987          9 529              60         37      12         6          3         –        2       –        –         –
074       Veterinary services                                      3 549           11 971         55 909             568        264     189        95         19         1        –       –        –         –
075       Animal services, except veterinary                         914            2 172          9 966             269        204      51         9          5         –        –       –        –         –
076       Farm labor and management services                          47              132            690              19         15       3         1          –         –        –       –        –         –
0761        Farm labor contractors                                    19               27            230               6          4       1         1          –         –        –       –        –         –
0762        Farm management services                                  27              102            432              11          9       2         –          –         –        –       –        –         –
078       Landscape and horticultural services                     5 356           18 419         97 741           1 169        893     162        72         32         7        1       2        –         –
08      Forestry                                                        59              552            1 156           11        9         1         –         1         –        –       –        –         –
09      Fishing, hunting, and trapping                                  17              46               197            8        6         2         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
            Mining                                                 5 001           43 415        185 447              337      141        64        69        40        14        9        –       –         –
10      Metal mining                                                   807          8 521         33 928               19        8         1         3         1         2        4       –        –         –
101      Iron ores                                                      (C)            (D)           (D)                2        1         –         –         –         –        1       –        –         –
103      Lead and zinc ores                                            661          7 301         29 020                7        –         –         1         1         2        3       –        –         –
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)                5        4         –         1         –         –        –       –        –         –
109      Miscellaneous metal ores                                       (B)            (D)           (D)                2        –         1         1         –         –        –       –        –         –
1099        Metal ores, n.e.c.                                          (B)            (D)           (D)                2        –         1         1         –         –        –       –        –         –
12      Coal mining                                                    277          4 727         18 153                7        4         –         –         –         2        1       –        –         –
122      Bituminous coal and lignite mining                             (E)            (D)           (D)                6        3         –         –         –         2        1       –        –         –
1221        Bituminous coal and lignite surface                         (E)            (D)           (D)                5        2         –         –         –         2        1       –        –         –
124       Coal mining services                                          (A)            (D)           (D)                1        1         –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
13      Oil and gas extraction                                         203          1 364              4 869           40       27         7         5         –         1        –       –        –         –
131       Crude petroleum and natural gas                                78           623              2 428           19       12         4         3         –         –        –       –        –         –
138       Oil and gas field services                                   124            736              2 411           20       14         3         2         –         1        –       –        –         –
1381         Drilling oil and gas wells                                  22           124                589           10       10         –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
1382         Oil and gas exploration services                           (A)            (D)                (D)           2        1         1         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
1389         Oil and gas field services, n.e.c.                          83           416              1 066            7        3         2         1         –         1        –       –        –         –
14      Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels                         3 312           21 734         98 401              257       99        53        59        36         7        3       –        –         –
141       Dimension stone                                             (A)              (D)            (D)               1        –         –         1         –         –        –       –        –         –
142       Crushed and broken stone                                 2 570           17 023         79 591              173       54        36        46        28         7        2       –        –         –
1422        Crushed and broken limestone                           2 353           14 654         69 997              164       52        33        44        27         7        1       –        –         –
1423        Crushed and broken granite                               183            2 137          8 618                3        –         –         1         1         –        1       –        –         –
1429        Crushed and broken stone, n.e.c.                           34             232            976                6        2         3         1         –         –        –       –        –         –
144       Sand and gravel                                            405            2 589         11 932               47       25        10         6         6         –        –       –        –         –
1442        Construction sand and gravel                             312            1 845          8 850               42       23         9         6         4         –        –       –        –         –
1446        Industrial sand                                            93             744          3 082                5        2         1         –         2         –        –       –        –         –
145       Clay, ceramic, and refractory minerals                     198            1 468          3 807               11        5         3         1         1         –        1       –        –         –
1455        Kaolin and ball clay                                      (A)              (D)            (D)               1        –         1         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
1459        Clay and related minerals, n.e.c.                         (C)              (D)            (D)              10        5         2         1         1         –        1       –        –         –
147       Chemical and fertilizer minerals                            (B)              (D)            (D)               3        1         1         –         1         –        –       –        –         –
1475        Phosphate rock                                            (A)              (D)            (D)               1        –         1         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
1479        Chemical and fertilizer mining, n.e.c.                    (B)              (D)            (D)               2        1         –         –         1         –        –       –        –         –
148       Nonmetallic minerals services                                33             183            726                7        5         –         2         –         –        –       –        –         –
149       Miscellaneous nonmetallic minerals                          (B)              (D)            (D)               4        2         –         2         –         –        –       –        –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                 402            7 069         30 096               14        3         3         2         3         2        1       –        –         –
            Construction                                         115 160         773 742       3 476 676          14 711      9 417    2 690    1 485       837       176       82       13       10         1
15      General contractors and operative builders                30 688         213 064         871 149           4 441      3 059     765       383       172         42      12        3        4         1
151      General building contractors                             25 858         186 684         756 090           3 434      2 276     640       325       141         34      12        2        3         1
153      Operative builders                                        2 788          19 254          75 794             291        197      40        29        17          6       –        1        1         –
16      Heavy construction, except building                       12 416           88 747        466 895              853      410      150       120       121         37      10        5        –         –
161      Highway and street construction                           4 011           28 974        179 188              175       55       26        34        41         13       4        2        –         –
162      Heavy construction, except highway                        8 330           59 436        285 961              664      346      121        85        79         24       6        3        –         –
17      Special trade contractors                                 70   959       464    098    2 091     141       9 403      5 943    1 773      979       542         97      59        5        5         –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                     14   383       108    919      477     785       1 814      1 102      353      224       104         16      13        1        1         –
172       Painting and paper hanging                               4   133        22    557      105     742         843        616      137       52        29          7       2        –        –         –
173       Electrical work                                         11   572        99    638      422     551       1 053       591      228       122         74        25        9       2        2         –
174       Masonry, stonework, and plastering                      10 013           56   690      253     116       1 045       603      197       132         89        13        9       1        1         –
1741       Masonry and other stonework                             5 005           25   124      115     063         543       330      100        66         35         5        6       –        1         –
1742       Plastering, drywall, and insulation                     4 474           28   472      123     639         412       214       78        60         49         7        3       1        –         –
1743       Terrazzo, tile, marble, mosaic work                       511            2   987       13     832          80        50       19         5          5         1        –       –        –         –
175       Carpentry and floor work                                 6 363           32 019        141 879           1 217       859      207         96        42         9        4       –        –         –
1751        Carpentry work                                         4 631           22 930        100 809             886       617      162         70        29         4        4       –        –         –
1752       Floor laying and floor work, n.e.c.                     1 649            8 923         40 003             269       185       40         26        13         5        –       –        –         –
176       Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                    5 813           33 020        143 461              823      522      164         65        60         7        5       –        –         –
177       Concrete work                                            5 939           26 754        147 570              903      539      192       116         49         2        5       –        –         –
178       Water well drilling                                          351          1 864              8 185           79       51        21         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.
4      MISSOURI                                                                                                                                     COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1b.           The State                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability,
 see introductory text]

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

            Construction Con.
17      Special trade contractors Con.
179       Misc. special trade contractors                         11 883           80   892      381     043       1 444      905       254       163         91        18      11        1        1         –
1791        Structural steel erection                              1 863           21   124       79     367          80       22        13        19         18         3       4        1        –         –
1793        Glass and glazing work                                   594            5   319       21     154          79       40        22        10          6         1       –        –        –         –
1794        Excavation work                                        2 753           15   195       72     791         536      373        88        53         18         2       2        –        –         –
1795        Wrecking and demolition work                             144            1   144        5     231          18        7         5         4          2         –       –        –        –         –
1796        Installing building equipment, n.e.c.                  1 005           10   605       55     945          72       32        12        12         11         4       1        –        –         –
1799        Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                      5 449           27   313      145     359         597      373       112        63         36         8       4        –        1         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                               1 097            7   833       47     491          14        5         2         3          2         –       1        –        1         –

            Manufacturing                                        422 933       3 335 694       13 403 736          8 111     2 731    1 381     1 267     1 236       620      543      206       86        41
20      Food and kindred products                                 40 007         261 402        1 086 906             474     130         68        73        66        45      51       20       18         3
201       Meat products                                           13   988         61   085      258     296          104      35         17        10         9         3      10        9       11         –
2011       Meat packing plants                                     1   441          6   078       23     897           42      19         10         7         3         1       1        –        1         –
2013       Sausages and other prepared meats                       2   253         13   102       53     743           29       9          6         3         3         1       3        3        1         –
2015       Poultry slaughtering and processing                    10   287         41   867      180     479           32       7          –         –         3         1       6        6        9         –
202       Dairy products                                           4 243           30 533        126 636               34       8          2         6         2         4        9       1        1         1
2022       Cheese, natural and processed                           2 508           17 875         74 369               10       1          1         1         2         1        2       –        1         1
2023       Dry, condensed, evaporated products                       460            3 215         12 404                8       1          –         3         –         3        1       –        –         –
2024       Ice cream and frozen desserts                              (E)              (D)            (D)               6       4          –         –         –         –        1       1        –         –
2026        Fluid milk                                               834            6 208         26 207                9       1          1         2         –         –        5       –        –         –
203       Preserved fruits and vegetables                          1 687           11 978         48 647               39      11          6         9         5         4        2       2        –         –
2032        Canned specialties                                        (B)             (D)            (D)                4       1          –         2         1         –        –       –        –         –
2033        Canned fruits and vegetables                             227            1 207          5 466               13       5          2         3         1         2        –       –        –         –
2034        Dehydrated fruits, vegetables, soups                      (A)              (D)            (D)               1       1          –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
2035        Pickles, sauces, and salad dressings                     637            5 474         22 245                9       2          2         1         1         1        1       1        –         –
2037        Frozen fruits and vegetables                              (C)              (D)            (D)               2       1          –         –         –         –        1       –        –         –
2038        Frozen specialties, n.e.c.                               624            4 615         17 610               10       1          2         3         2         1        –       1        –         –
204       Grain mill products                                      6 520           46 198        190 181               87      12         12        21        22         8        7       1        3         1
2041        Flour and other grain mill products                      587            4 423         20 578               10       1          –         1         4         3        1       –        –         –
2043        Cereal breakfast foods                                    (H)              (D)            (D)               4       –          –         –         1         –        –       –        2         1
2045        Prepared flour mixes and doughs                        1 001            7 638         28 812                5       1          –         1         –         1        1       –        1         –
2046        Wet corn milling                                          (C)              (D)            (D)               1       –          –         –         –         –        1       –        –         –
2047        Dog and cat food                                       1 027            6 761         28 315               12       2          –         2         3         1        3       1        –         –
2048        Prepared feeds, n.e.c.                                 1 013            8 834         35 632               53       7         11        17        14         3        1       –        –         –
205       Bakery products                                          3 348           22 874         97 822               52      15          8         7         6         5        7       3        1         –
2051        Bread, cake, and related products                      2 577           18 464         77 778               36       9          6         6         3         4        5       2        1         –
2052        Cookies and crackers                                     598            3 552         16 170                7       1          –         1         2         1        1       1        –         –
2053        Frozen bakery products, except bread                      (C)              (D)           (D)                2       –          –         –         1         –        1       –        –         –
206       Sugar and confectionery products                         1 488            9 924         43 452               18       4          1         2         5         –        4       2        –         –
2064        Candy and other confectionery products                   (G)               (D)           (D)               15       3          1         2         5         –        2       2        –         –
2066        Chocolate and cocoa products                             (C)               (D)           (D)                2       1          –         –         –         –        1       –        –         –
2068        Salted and roasted nuts and seeds                         (C)              (D)           (D)                1       –          –         –         –         –        1       –        –         –
207       Fats and Oils                                                746          5 437         23 877               14       1          1         2         4         4        2       –        –         –
2074        Cottonseed oil mills                                        (C)            (D)           (D)                1       –          –         –         –         –        1       –        –         –
2075        Soybean oil mills                                           (C)            (D)           (D)                3       –          –         –         2         1        –       –        –         –
2076        Vegetable oil mills, n.e.c.                                 (A)            (D)           (D)                1       –          1         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
2077        Animal and marine fats and oils                            107            631          2 709                4       1          –         2         –         1        –       –        –         –
2079        Edible fats and oils, n.e.c.                               364          2 972         13 242                5       –          –         –         2         2        1       –        –         –
208       Beverages                                                5 008           54 024        216 277               54      13          9         5         7        11        7       –        1         1
2082        Malt beverages                                           (G)              (D)             (D)               5       1          1         –         –         2        –       –        –         1
2084        Wines, brandy, and brandy spirits                         (C)             (D)             (D)              11       3          3         3         1         1        –       –        –         –
2085        Distilled and blended liquors                             (C)             (D)             (D)               2       –          –         –         –         2        –       –        –         –
2086        Bottled and canned soft drinks                         1 795           14 891         60 203               21       3          2         2         5         3        5       –        1         –
2087        Flavoring extracts and syrups, n.e.c.                    509            5 069         20 309               14       5          3         –         1         3        2       –        –         –
209       Misc. food and kindred products                          2 942           19 257          81 099              60      21         12         9         6         6        3       2        1         –
2095        Roasted coffee                                           439            3 725          15 274              10       4          3         –         –         2        1       –        –         –
2096        Potato chips and similar snacks                        1 075            6 012          26 150               7       2          2         –         1         –        –       1        1         –
2097        Manufactured ice                                          (C)              (D)            (D)              18       7          5         5         1         –        –       –        –         –
2098        Macaroni and spaghetti                                    (F)              (D)            (D)               3       –          –         1         –         –        1       1        –         –
2099        Food preparations, n.e.c.                                682            4 611          19 572              22       8          2         3         4         4        1       –        –         –

21      Tobacco products                                               (A)              (D)              (D)            1        1         –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
213       Chewing and smoking tobacco                                  (A)              (D)              (D)            1       1          –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –

22      Textile mill products                                          (F)              (D)              (D)           45      14         10         5        11         5        –       –        –         –
221       Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton                              (A)              (D)              (D)            2       1          1         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
222       Broadwoven fabric mills, manmade                             (A)              (D)              (D)            1       –          –         1         –         –        –       –        –         –
224       Narrow fabric mills                                          (B)              (D)              (D)            2       –          –         –         1         1        –       –        –         –
225       Knitting mills                                               221              586            2 309            6       1          1         –         1         3        –       –        –         –
2253        Knit outerwear mills                                       221              586            2 309            6       1          1         –         1         3        –       –        –         –
226       Textile finishing, except wool                               179              926            3 850           10       2          4         1         2         1        –       –        –         –
2261        Finishing plants, cotton                                     90             585            2 535            4       1          1         1         –         1        –       –        –         –
2262        Finishing plants, manmade                                   (B)              (D)              (D)           3       1          1         –         1         –        –       –        –         –
2269        Finishing plants, n.e.c.                                    (B)              (D)              (D)           2       –          1         –         1         –        –       –        –         –
227       Carpets and rugs                                             (B)              (D)              (D)            3       1          1         –         1         –        –       –        –         –
228       Yarn and thread mills                                        (A)              (D)              (D)            1       1          –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
2281        Yarn spinning mills                                        (A)              (D)              (D)            1       1          –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
229       Miscellaneous textile goods                                  231          1 475              6 368           17       6          2         3         6         –        –       –        –         –
2295        Coated fabrics, not rubberized                               60           632              2 431            5       2          1         –         2         –        –       –        –         –
2296        Tire cord and fabrics                                       (A)            (D)                (D)           1       1          –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
2298        Cordage and twine                                           (B)            (D)                (D)           2       –          –         1         1         –        –       –        –         –
2299        Textile goods, n.e.c.                                      132            708              3 419            9       3          1         2         3         –        –       –        –         –

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

Table 1b.           The State                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability,
 see introductory text]

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

            Manufacturing Con.
23      Apparel and other textile products                        20 174          73 209        296 863           354        107          41        39        61        39      47       18        2         –
231       Men’s and boys’ suits and coats                            (G)             (D)             (D)            4          –           –         1         –         –       1        1        1         –
232       Men’s and boys’ furnishings                              7 329          24 752        101 656            59          4           2         1         7        19      17        9        –         –
2321        Men’s and boys’ shirts                                    (F)            (D)             (D)           14          4           1         –         5         2       2        –        –         –
2323        Men’s and boys’ neckwear                                  (C)            (D)             (D)            1          –           –         –         –         –       1        –        –         –
2325        Men’s and boys’ trousers and slacks                    3 720          12 385         50 502            17          –           –         –         –         3       7        7        –         –
2326        Men’s and boys’ work clothing                          1 472           4 786         18 779            13          –           –         1         1         6       4        1        –         –
2329        Men’s and boys’ clothing, n.e.c.                       1 367           4 900         19 534            14          –           1         –         1         8       3        1        –         –
233       Women’s and misses’ outerwear                            2 132           7 872         31 464            30          7           4         7         5         3       1        2        1         –
2331        Women’s and misses’ blouses and shirts                    (C)             (D)            (D)            4          1           –         2         –         –       1        –        –         –
2335        Women’s, junior’s, and misses’ dresses                    (C)             (D)            (D)            7          1           2         –         3         1       –        –        –         –
2337        Women’s and misses’ suits and coats                      457           1 496          5 405             7          1           2         1         –         2       –        1        –         –
2339        Women’s and misses’ outerwear, n.e.c.                  1 315           4 781         19 501            12          4           –         4         2         –       –        1        1         –
234       Women’s and children’s undergarments                       324           1 267          4 813             5          –           –         1         2         –       2        –        –         –
2341        Women’s and children’s underwear                          (E)             (D)            (D)            3          –           –         –         1         –       2        –        –         –
2342        Bras, girdles, and allied garments                        (B)             (D)            (D)            2          –           –         1         1         –       –        –        –         –
235       Hats, caps, and millinery                                3 977          14 439         56 230            38          2           1         4        10         5      11        5        –         –
236       Girls’ and children’s outerwear                            368           1 117          4 680             6          –           1         1         1         1       2        –        –         –
2361        Girls’ and children’s dresses, blouses                    (A)             (D)            (D)            1          –           1         –         –         –       –        –        –         –
2369        Girls’ and children’s outerwear, n.e.c.                   (E)             (D)            (D)            5          –           –         1         1         1       2        –        –         –
238       Miscellaneous apparel and accessories                      483           1 405          5 590            12          2           –         2         6         –       2        –        –         –
2381        Fabric dress and work gloves                             257             837          3 368             5          –           –         –         4         –       1        –        –         –
2385        Waterproof outerwear                                      (C)             (D)            (D)            1          –           –         –         –         –       1        –        –         –
2387        Apparel belts                                             (B)             (D)            (D)            2          –           –         1         1         –       –        –        –         –
2389        Apparel and accessories, n.e.c.                           (B)             (D)            (D)            4          2           –         1         1         –       –        –        –         –
239       Misc. fabricated textile products                        4 477          17 539         74 566           185         78          32        22        30        11      11        1        –         –
2391        Curtains and draperies                                    (B)             (D)            (D)           22         15           6         1         –         –       –        –        –         –
2392        Housefurnishings, n.e.c.                                 654           2 300         11 660            18          8           –         1         4         3       2        –        –         –
2393        Textile bags                                             607           2 642         10 772             8          –           1         1         4         –       1        1        –         –
2394        Canvas and related products                              515           2 469          9 796            25         10           3         5         5         1       1        –        –         –
2395        Pleating and stitching                                   473           2 080          8 970            18          7           3         1         5         1       1        –        –         –
2396        Automotive and apparel trimmings                       1 223           4 317         17 249            63         27          14         6         9         4        3       –        –         –
2397        Schiffli machine embroideries                             (C)             (D)           (D)             4          2           –         1         –         –        1       –        –         –
2399        Fabricated textile products, n.e.c.                      744           2 939         12 397            24          6           5         6         3         2        2       –        –         –
24      Lumber and wood products                                  12 707          55 533        230  210          831        378        187       116       100         29      16        4        1         –
241       Logging                                                    297             873          3  738          104         84         17         3         –          –       –        –        –         –
242       Sawmills and planing mills                               5 223          21 534         86  580          329        124         92        59        37         10       5        1        1         –
2421        Sawmills and planing mills, general                    2 866          10 065         42  745          291        115         88        55        27          5       1        –        –         –
2426        Hardwood dimension and flooring mills                  2 015           9 980         37  303           23          3          4         3         4          3       4        1        1         –
2429        Special product sawmills, n.e.c.                         342           1 489          6  532           15          6          –         1         6          2       –        –        –         –
243       Millwork, plywood and structural members                 2 999          15 022         65  069          185         79         45        24        26          5       5        1        –         –
2431        Millwork                                                 743           3 472         17  275           54         25         15         3        10          –       1        –        –         –
2434        Wood kitchen cabinets                                  1 602           8 454         34  160          107         52         25        16         7          3       3        1        –         –
2435        Hardwood veneer and plywood                               (C)             (D)             (D)           2          –          1         –         –          –       1        –        –         –
2439        Structural wood members, n.e.c.                          498           2 438          10 795           21          2          4         5         8          2       –        –        –         –
244       Wood containers                                          1 581           7 434          29 405           94         34         18        17        20          3       1        1        –         –
2441        Nailed wood boxes and shook                               (B)             (D)             (D)           3          1          1         1         –          –       –        –        –         –
2448        Wood pallets and skids                                   (G)              (D)             (D)          85         30         16        15        20          3       1        –        –         –
2449        Wood containers, n.e.c.                                   (E)             (D)             (D)           5          2          1         1         –          –       –        1        –         –
245       Wood buildings and mobile homes                             562          3 063          12 474           18         11           2         –         2         1        1       1        –         –
2451       Mobile homes                                                (E)            (D)            (D)            1          –           –         –         –         –        –       1        –         –
2452       Prefabricated wood buildings                                (E)            (D)            (D)           17         11           2         –         2         1        1       –        –         –
249       Miscellaneous wood products                              2 040           7 586          32 832           97         42          13        13        15        10        4       –        –         –
2491        Wood preserving                                          (C)              (D)            (D)           16          7           3         2         3         1        –       –        –         –
2493        Reconstituted wood products                               (B)             (D)            (D)            2          –           –         1         1         –        –       –        –         –
2499        Wood products, n.e.c.                                  1 736           6 127          26 887           79         35          10        10        11         9        4       –        –         –

25      Furniture and fixtures                                    11 105          63 731        261 444           253        100          44        33        31        19      20        1        3         2
251       Household furniture                                      5 738          29 213        118 161            96         44          15        11        11         6        5       –        2         2
2511       Wood household furniture                                3 239          14 374         56 907            59         29          11         5         7         2        3       –        1         1
2512       Upholstered household furniture                         1 757          10 828         44 627             9          4           1         1         –         1        –       –        1         1
2514       Metal household furniture                                  (C)            (D)            (D)             4          1           1         –         –         1        1       –        –         –
2515       Mattresses and bedsprings                                 449           2 671         11 415            20          7           2         5         4         1        1       –        –         –
2517       Wood TV and radio cabinets                                 (B)             (D)           (D)             2          1           –         –         –         1        –       –        –         –
252       Office furniture                                            590          3 718         18 753            16          8           2         2         2         –        2       –        –         –
2521        Wood office furniture                                      49            205          4 380             9          5           2         2         –         –        –       –        –         –
2522        Office furniture, except wood                             541          3 513         14 373             7          3           –         –         2         –        2       –        –         –
253       Public building and related furniture                    1 155           8 868         35 374            10          1           1         2         2         –        3       –        1         –
254       Partitions and fixtures                                  2 236          13 808         55 403            90         30          21        16        11         6        5       1        –         –
2541        Wood partitions and fixtures                             652           3 745         16 540            61         22          17        13         8         1        –       –        –         –
2542        Partitions and fixtures, except wood                   1 584          10 063         38 863            29          8           4         3         3         5        5       1        –         –
259       Miscellaneous furniture and fixtures                     1 370           8 080         33 521            31          8           4         2         5         7        5       –        –         –
2591        Drapery hardware and blinds and shades                   105             491          1 889             7          1           3         2         –         1        –       –        –         –
2599        Furniture and fixtures, n.e.c.                         1 265           7 589         31 632            24          7           1         –         5         6        5       –        –         –

26      Paper and allied products                                 14 109        103 767         426 565           142         11          19        15        27        24      34        8        2         2
262       Paper mills                                                 (A)             (D)             (D)           1          1           –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
263       Paperboard mills                                            (C)             (D)             (D)           2          –           –         –         1         1        –       –        –         –
265       Paperboard containers and boxes                              (I)           (D)            (D)            71          2           8         6        16        15      22        1        –         1
2652        Setup paperboard boxes                                    (E)            (D)            (D)             3          –           –         –         –         –       3        –        –         –
2653        Corrugated and solid fiber boxes                       2 903          23 625         96 774            42          –           2         6        10        13      11        –        –         –
2655        Fiber cans, drums and similar products                   (C)             (D)            (D)             6          1           1         –         4         –       –        –        –         –
2656        Sanitary food containers                               1 241           8 285         35 245             3          –           –         –         –         –       2        –        –         1
2657        Folding paperboard boxes                               1 531          12 172         47 976            17          1           5         –         2         2       6        1        –         –

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

Table 1b.          The State                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability,
 see introductory text]

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

            Manufacturing Con.
26      Paper and allied products Con.
267       Misc. converted paper products                           7 838           56 855        233 735             66        6          11         9        10         8      12        7        2         1
2671        Paper coated and laminated, packaging                    562            4 912         18 593              4        –           1         –         –         1       1        1        –         –
2672        Paper coated and laminated, n.e.c.                        (F)              (D)            (D)            11        2           4         2         1         –       1        1        –         –
2673        Bags: plastics, laminated, and coated                  1 059            6 656         29 286             10        1           2         1         –         2       3        1        –         –
2674        Bags: uncoated paper and multiwall                       783            4 959         19 746              6        –           –         1         1         1       1        2        –         –
2675        Die cut paper and board                                  632            4 039         16 436             11        2           2         2         3         –       1        1        –         –
2676        Sanitary paper products                                  (G)              (D)            (D)              2        –           –         –         1         –        –       –        –         1
2677        Envelopes                                              1 339            9 951         43 034              8        –           –         –         1         3        3       –        1         –
2678        Stationery products                                    1 311            8 561         32 662              5        –           –         1         1         1        –       1        1         –
2679        Converted paper products, n.e.c.                         427            2 699         10 937              9        1           2         2         2         –        2       –        –         –
27      Printing and publishing                                   43   656       316    798    1 271   006       1 579       677        319       262       184         70      43       15        3         6
271       Newspapers                                               8   401        52    546      204   773         281        89         65        59        46         11       6        3        –         2
272       Periodicals                                              2   782        17    019       71   109          88        37         15        22         6          4       1        2        –         1
273       Books                                                    4   854        35    459      138   574          64        34          7         4         7          4       4        2        –         2
2731         Book publishing                                       2   115        20    020       71   092          49        30          5         3         6          1       3        –        –         1
2732         Book printing                                         2   739        15    439       67   482          15         4          2         1         1          3       1        2        –         1
274       Miscellaneous publishing                                     (G)               (D)            (D)         77        45         18         4         5          1       2        2        –         –
275       Commercial printing                                     14   603       100    641      423   680          851      385        188       135         85        31      19        6        2         –
2752        Commercial printing, lithographic                     11   018        77    695      326   369          630      274        156        99         58        19      18        5        1         –
2754        Commercial printing, gravure                           1   013         8    052       32   717           13        7          1         2          1         –       –        1        1         –
2759        Commercial printing, n.e.c.                            2   571        14    893       64   592          207      103         31        34         26        12       1        –        –         –
276       Manifold business forms                                  1   165         8    818       37   238           26        7          1         7          5         2       4        –        –         –
277       Greeting cards                                                (I)              (D)            (D)           7        2          –         1          3         –       –        –        –         1
278       Blankbooks and bookbinding                               2   340         12   189       49   571           47        8         11        10          8         5       4        –        1         –
2782        Blankbooks and looseleaf binders                       1   843          9   654       38   600           17        2          3         2          1         4       4        –        1         –
2789        Bookbinding and related work                               497          2   535       10   971           30        6          8         8          7         1       –        –        –         –
279       Printing trade services                                  2   375         20   712       88   816          104       38         13        19         19        12       3        –        –         –
2791        Typesetting                                                743          5   574       22   867           56       29          7         8          8         4       –        –        –         –
2796        Platemaking services                                   1   632         15   138       65   949           48        9          6        11         11         8       3        –        –         –
28      Chemicals and allied products                             19 816         181 128         740 979            354      105          52        55        57        41      25       14        2         3
281       Industrial inorganic chemicals                               862          9 042         36 868             30       15           2         1         5         5        2       –        –         –
2812        Alkalies and chlorine                                       (B)            (D)           (D)              2        1           –         –         –         1        –       –        –         –
2813        Industrial gases                                            (C)            (D)           (D)              9        5           –         1         2         1        –       –        –         –
2816        Inorganic pigments                                         220          2 072          8 115              4        1           –         –         –         2        1       –        –         –
2819        Industrial inorganic chemicals, n.e.c.                     417          5 234         21 090             15        8           2         –         3         1        1       –        –         –
282       Plastics materials and synthetics                            359          2 855         12 518              8        1           1         1         1         4        –       –        –         –
2821        Plastics materials and resins                               (E)            (D)           (D)              7        1           1         1         1         3        –       –        –         –
2824        Organic fibers, noncellulosic                               (B)            (D)           (D)              1        –           –         –         –         1        –       –        –         –
283       Drugs                                                    6 114           57 951        235 245             52       15           8         6         5         5        7       3        1         2
2833        Medicinals and botanicals                                (G)              (D)             (D)             8        1           1         1         1         1        2       –        –         1
2834        Pharmaceutical preparations                            1 950           18 601         76 501             26        8           3         4         2         3        4       1        1         –
2835        Diagnostic substances                                     (E)             (D)             (D)             5        4           –         –         –         –        –       1        –         –
2836        Biological products except diagnostic                  2 362           21 570         89 133             13        2           4         1         2         1        1       1        –         1
284       Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods                         3 799           32 099        133 396             69       19          13        11        10         7        4       4        1         –
2841        Soap and other detergents                              1 803           16 446         70 708             28        7           7         4         4         2        1       3        –         –
2842        Polishes and sanitation goods                            993            7 120         30 307             24        6           3         5         4         3        2       1        –         –
2843        Surface active agents                                     (B)              (D)            (D)             2        –           –         1         –         1        –       –        –         –
2844        Toilet preparations                                       (F)              (D)            (D)            14        5           3         1         2         1        1       –        1         –
285       Paints and allied products                               1 480           13 804         56 904             53       12          11         9        11         6        4       –        –         –
286       Industrial organic chemicals                             1 430           12 749         54 361             35       11           2         9         5         3        5       –        –         –
2861        Gum and wood chemicals                                    (F)             (D)            (D)             18        5           2         6         2         1        2       –        –         –
2865        Cyclic crudes and intermediates                           (E)             (D)            (D)              2        1           –         –         –         –        1       –        –         –
2869        Industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c.                     674            7 102         30 528             15        5           –         3         3         2        2       –        –         –
287       Agricultural chemicals                                   2 705           29 801        121 254             32       10           5         4         5         4        1       2        –         1
2873        Nitrogenous fertilizers                                  (C)              (D)             (D)             3        –           1         –         –         2        –       –        –         –
2874        Phosphatic fertilizers                                    (A)             (D)             (D)             1        1           –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
2875        Fertilizers, mixing only                                  (C)             (D)             (D)            13        6           3         1         2         1        –       –        –         –
2879        Agricultural chemicals, n.e.c.                         2 387           27 374        111 821             15        3           1         3         3         1        1       2        –         1
289       Miscellaneous chemical products                          3 066           22   823       90   417           74       21          10        14        15         7        2       5        –         –
2891        Adhesives and sealants                                 1 457            9   860       40   047           18        4           2         2         4         1        2       3        –         –
2892        Explosives                                               652            4   891       18   814            9        2           3         2         –         –        –       2        –         –
2893        Printing ink                                             499            4   350       17   362           19        4           1         6         4         4        –       –        –         –
2899        Chemical preparations, n.e.c.                            458            3   722       14   194           28       11           4         4         7         2        –       –        –         –

29      Petroleum and coal products                                1 151           10 343         44 423             50       24          11         6         6         1        1       –        1         –
295       Asphalt paving and roofing materials                         866          7 328         32 099             38       23           6         5         2         1        –       –        1         –
2951        Asphalt paving mixtures and blocks                         251          1 616          9 443             33       23           5         2         2         1        –       –        –         –
2952        Asphalt felts and coatings                                 615          5 712         22 656              5        –           1         3         –         –        –       –        1         –
299       Misc. petroleum and coal products                            285          3 015         12 324             12        1           5         1         4         –        1       –        –         –
2992        Lubricating oils and greases                                (E)            (D)           (D)             11        1           4         1         4         –        1       –        –         –
2999        Petroleum and coal products, n.e.c.                         (A)            (D)           (D)              1        –           1         –         –         –        –       –        –         –

30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                20 434         123 337         489 108            342       74          36        60        73        41      41       14        2         1
301       Tires and inner tubes                                        (F)              (D)            (D)            4        1           1         –         –         –        1       1        –         –
302       Rubber and plastics footwear                                 (E)              (D)            (D)            3        1           –         –         –         –        1       1        –         –
305       Hose and belting and gaskets and packing                 1 110            6 796         25 875             17        3           2         1         6         1        3       1        –         –
3052        Rubber and plastics hose and belting                     846            5 360         20 359              7        1           1         –         1         –        3       1        –         –
3053        Gaskets, packing, and sealing devices                    264            1 436          5 516             10        2           1         1         5         1        –       –        –         –
306       Fabricated rubber products, n.e.c.                       1 916           11 470         46 567             34        5           2        11         9         2        2       3        –         –
3061        Mechanical rubber goods                                  280            1 926          7 458             10        2           1         2         4         –        1       –        –         –
3069        Fabricated rubber products, n.e.c.                     1 636            9 544         39 109             24        3           1         9         5         2        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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                              MISSOURI              7

Table 1b.           The State                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability,
 see introductory text]

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

            Manufacturing Con.
30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products
         Con.
308       Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                 16 494        100 459         397     441          283      63          31        48        58        38      34        8        2         1
3081        Unsupported plastics film and sheet                    1 543         11 635          46     878           14       2           2         2         5         –       2        –        1         –
3082        Unsupported plastics profile shapes                      668          5 256          19     665           11       2           –         1         4         3       1        –        –         –
3083        Laminated plastics plate and sheet                        62            355           1     484            8       2           4         1         1         –       –        –        –         –
3084        Plastics pipe                                            216          1 159           4     779            4       1           –         –         1         1       1        –        –         –
3085        Plastics bottles                                       1 086          6 969          27     179           13       1           –         2         3         1       6        –        –         –

3086        Plastics foam products                                 2 003          13 192         51     348           29       3           –         4        12         4       5        1        –         –
3087        Custom compound purchased resins                         327           2 740         10     007            9       2           1         –         3         3       –        –        –         –
3088        Plastics plumbing fixtures                               108             507          2     432           12       4           3         4         1         –       –        –        –         –
3089        Plastics products, n.e.c.                             10 470          58 599        233     306          179      43          21        33        28        26      19        7        1         1

31      Leather and leather products                               5 727          22 406         86 194               76      16           9        11        16         8        7       9        –         –
311       Leather tanning and finishing                               489          2 915         12 438                7       1           –         2         1         2        –       1        –         –
313       Footwear cut stock                                          724          3 083         10 492               14       2           2         3         3         2        1       1        –         –
314       Footwear, except rubber                                  3 500          13   049       48     354           17       –           1         1         2         3        3       7        –         –
3143        Men’s footwear, except athletic                        1 532           5   686       22     033            6       –           –         –         1         1        1       3        –         –
3144        Women’s footwear, except athletic                        890           2   487        8     375            4       –           –         1         –         1        –       2        –         –
3149        Footwear, except rubber, n.e.c.                        1 078           4   876       17     946            7       –           1         –         1         1        2       2        –         –
315       Leather gloves and mittens                                  (B)              (D)              (D)            2       –           –         –         2         –        –       –        –         –
316       Luggage                                                     481          1 542              6 825           10       1           2         2         3         –        2       –        –         –
317       Handbags and personal leather goods                          (E)              (D)             (D)           12       7           –         1         3         –        1       –        –         –
3171        Women’s handbags and purses                                (B)              (D)             (D)            3       1           –         1         1         –        –       –        –         –
3172        Personal leather goods, n.e.c.                            204              675            2 682            9       6           –         –         2         –        1       –        –         –
319       Leather goods, n.e.c.                                       209              773            4 016           14       5           4         2         2         1        –       –        –         –

32      Stone, clay, and glass products                           10 836          74 129        316 804              417     117          83        98        78        17      20        2        2         –
322       Glass and glassware, pressed or blown                    1 076           7 142         32 293               10       3           1         2         1         –        2       –        1         –
3221        Glass containers                                         (C)              (D)           (D)                1       –           –         –         –         –        1       –        –         –
3229        Pressed and blown glass, n.e.c.                           (F)             (D)           (D)                9       3           1         2         1         –        1       –        1         –
323       Products of purchased glass                                 347          1 842              7 694           30      19           5         2         1         3        –       –        –         –
324       Cement, hydraulic                                           880          9 415         35 278                7       –           2         –         –         1        4       –        –         –
325       Structural clay products                                 1 506          13 111         50 359               15       1           2         –         3         4        3       2        –         –
3251        Brick and structural clay tile                           (C)             (D)            (D)                3       –           –         –         –         3        –       –        –         –
3255        Clay refractories                                      1 347          12 386         47 301               10       –           1         –         3         1        3       2        –         –
3259        Structural clay products, n.e.c.                          (A)            (D)            (D)                2       1           1         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
326       Pottery and related products                                325          1 798              7 119           10       4           1         1         2         –        2       –        –         –
3261        Vitreous plumbing fixtures                                 (C)            (D)                (D)           1       –           –         –         –         –        1       –        –         –
3269        Pottery products, n.e.c.                                   (C)            (D)                (D)           9       4           1         1         2         –        1       –        –         –
327       Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products                   5 779          33   940      155     045          296      73          62        84        62         7        7       –        1         –
3271       Concrete block and brick                                  422           2   480       11     063           22       4           6         3         8         1        –       –        –         –
3272       Concrete products, n.e.c.                               1 635           8   994       41     013           80      21          15        22        17         1        4       –        –         –
3273       Ready mixed concrete                                    2 690          14   916       71     904          189      48          41        58        35         5        2       –        –         –
3274       Lime                                                       (F)               (D)              (D)           3       –           –         1         –         –        1       –        1         –
3275        Gypsum products                                           (B)               (D)              (D)           2       –           –         –         2         –        –       –        –         –
328       Cut stone and stone products                                143              651            2 754           18       8           6         3         1         –        –       –        –         –
329       Misc. nonmetallic mineral products                          778          6 212         26 181               29       7           4         6         8         2        2       –        –         –
3291        Abrasive products                                          (C)            (D)           (D)                2       –           1         –         –         –        1       –        –         –
3295        Minerals, ground or treated                                (B)            (D)           (D)                4       1           1         –         2         –        –       –        –         –
3296        Mineral wool                                              139          1 290          4 270                5       1           –         1         2         1        –       –        –         –
3297        Nonclay refractories                                      258          2 499         11 041                3       –           –         1         –         1        1       –        –         –
3299        Nonmetallic mineral products, n.e.c.                      190            741          3 768               15       5           2         4         4         –        –       –        –         –

33      Primary metal industries                                  10 681          80 503        325 537              129      23          18        21        19        10      28        6        4         –
331       Blast furnace and basic steel products                   2 628          25 560        106 534               26       8           2         2         4         2        6       –        2         –
3312        Blast furnaces and steel mills                            (F)            (D)             (D)               6       4           –         –         1         –        –       –        1         –
3315        Steel wire and related products                        1 548          11 469         46 727               12       2           –         1         2         1        5       –        1         –
3316        Cold finishing of steel shapes                            (C)            (D)             (D)               6       2           1         1         1         1        –       –        –         –
3317        Steel pipe and tubes                                      (C)            (D)             (D)               1       –           –         –         –         –        1       –        –         –
332       Iron and steel foundries                                 1 200           8 611          36 369              25       6           3         4         4         2        6       –        –         –
3321         Gray and ductile iron foundries                         680           5 148          19 937              11       1           1         3         1         2        3       –        –         –
3322         Malleable iron foundries                                 (A)             (D)            (D)               1       1           –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
3324         Steel investment foundries                               (B)             (D)            (D)               4       1           1         1         1         –        –       –        –         –
3325         Steel foundries, n.e.c.                                 465           3 138          15 101               9       3           1         –         2         –        3       –        –         –
333       Primary nonferrous metals                                   (E)              (D)              (D)            2       –           –         –         –         –        1       1        –         –
3339        Primary nonferrous metals, n.e.c.                         (E)              (D)              (D)            2       –           –         –         –         –        1       1        –         –
334       Secondary nonferrous metals                                 341          2 244              9 696            7       2           1         1         1         –        2       –        –         –
335       Nonferrous rolling and drawing                           1 735          11 202         44 997               15       1           1         3         1         2        5       2        –         –
3351        Copper rolling and drawing                                (E)            (D)            (D)                4       1           –         –         1         1        –       1        –         –
3354        Aluminum extruded products                               643           4 165         15 649                4       –           –         1         –         –        2       1        –         –
3356        Nonferrous rolling and drawing, n.e.c.                    (B)             (D)           (D)                2       –           1         1         –         –        –       –        –         –
3357        Nonferrous wiredrawing and insulating                    687           4 544         19 113                5       –           –         1         –         1        3       –        –         –
336       Nonferrous foundries (castings)                          3 738          24 115         93 274               40       6           6         9         4         4        6       3        2         –
3363        Aluminum die castings                                  1 080           6 083         25 288               12       2           –         2         2         3        1       2        –         –
3364       Nonferrous die casting except aluminum                    (G)             (D)            (D)                5       1           1         –         –         –        1       1        1         –
3365       Aluminum foundries                                      1 483          10 820         39 122               15       2           3         4         –         1        4       –        1         –
3366       Copper foundries                                          (C)              (D)           (D)                7       1           1         3         2         –        –       –        –         –
3369        Nonferrous foundries, n.e.c.                              (A)             (D)           (D)                1       –           1         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
339       Miscellaneous primary metal products                        538          4 237         16 972               10       –           1         2         5         –        2       –        –         –
3398        Metal heat treating                                        (E)            (D)           (D)                8       –           1         2         4         –        1       –        –         –
3399        Primary metal products, n.e.c.                             (C)            (D)           (D)                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.
8      MISSOURI                                                                                                                                     COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1b.          The State                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability,
 see introductory text]

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

            Manufacturing Con.
34     Fabricated metal products                                  36 007        257 419       1 051 175           765        212        116       150       144         77      39       17        6         4
341      Metal cans and shipping containers                        1 189         13 298          47 164             9          –          1         –         1          2       5        –        –         –
3411       Metal cans                                                (G)             (D)            (D)             7          –          –         –         –          2       5        –        –         –
3412       Metal barrels, drums, and pails                            (B)            (D)             (D)            2          –          1         –         1          –       –        –        –         –
342      Cutlery, handtools, and hardware                          2 372         14 970          62 223            62         19         10        12        11          5       1        4        –         –
3423       Hand and edge tools, n.e.c.                               (G)             (D)             (D)           36         13          3         8         8          3       –        1        –         –
3425       Saw blades and handsaws                                    (E)            (D)             (D)            2          –          –         –         1          –       –        1        –         –
3429       Hardware, n.e.c.                                        1 056          6 333          25 930            24          6          7         4         2          2       1        2        –         –
343      Plumbing and heating, except electric                        (E)            (D)             (D)           15          8          1         2         2          1       1        –        –         –
3431       Metal sanitary ware                                        (B)            (D)             (D)            4          2          –         1         –          1       –        –        –         –
3432       Plumbing fixture fittings and trim                         (C)            (D)             (D)            2          –          1         –         –          –       1        –        –         –
3433       Heating equipment, except electric                        102            784           3 597             9          6          –         1         2          –       –        –        –         –
344      Fabricated structural metal products                     11 046         76 038         319 185           290         77         38        64        58         32      15        3        2         1
3441       Fabricated structural metal                             1 759         11 572          53 575            55         11          9        15        10          7       1        2        –         –
3442       Metal doors, sash, and trim                             2 462         13 048          55 187            31          7          7         4         4          5       2        1        –         1
3443       Fabricated plate work (boiler shops)                    2 957         24 658          98 826            44          9          3         9        11          7       3        –        2         –
3444       Sheet metalwork                                         2 408         16 038          67 487            99         24         12        23        26         10       4        –        –         –
3446       Architectural metal work                                  706          4 575          18 670            35         17          4         8         2          1       3        –        –         –
3448       Prefabricated metal buildings                             372          2 567          11 527            15          6          2         2         3          1       1        –        –         –
3449       Miscellaneous metal work                                  382          3 580          13 913            11          3          1         3         2          1       1        –        –         –
345      Screw machine products, bolts, etc.                       1 806         11 870          48 477            57          6          9        14        21          6       –        –        1         –
3451       Screw machine products                                  1 561          9 633          39 816            45          3          8        13        15          5       –        –        1         –
3452       Bolts, nuts, rivets, and washers                          245          2 237           8 661            12          3          1         1         6          1       –        –        –         –
346      Metal forgings and stampings                              2 993         21 661          88 363            64         16         11         8         9         13       5        2        –         –
3462       Iron and steel forgings                                   182            946           3 648             4          1          1         –         1          –       1        –        –         –
3463       Nonferrous forgings                                         41           243             914             3          1          1         –         1          –       –        –        –         –
3465       Automotive stampings                                    1 007          8 324          31 110             7          –          –         –         –          3       3        1        –         –
3469       Metal stampings, n.e.c.                                 1 763         12 148          52 691            50         14          9         8         7         10       1        1        –         –
347      Metal services, n.e.c.                                    1 876         13 587          52 747           117         43         21        24        20          7       2        –        –         –
3471       Plating and polishing                                     995          5 784          23 198            76         32         14        14        11          5       –        –        –         –
3479       Metal coating and allied services                         881          7 803          29 549            41         11          7        10         9          2       2        –        –         –
348      Ordnance and accessories, n.e.c.                             (H)            (D)             (D)            8          3          –         2         –          1       –        –        –         2
3482       Small arms ammunition                                     (G)             (D)             (D)            4          2          –         –         –          1       –        –        –         1
3484       Small arms                                                 (B)            (D)             (D)            3          1          –         2         –          –       –        –        –         –
3489       Ordnance and accessories, n.e.c.                           (H)            (D)             (D)            1          –          –         –         –          –       –        –        –         1
349      Misc. fabricated metal products                           9 619         52 373         214 651           139         36         25        24        22         10      10        8        3         1
3491       Industrial valves                                       1 678         11 477          49 182            13          1          1         2         4          –       2        2        1         –
3492       Fluid power valves and hose fittings                      395          2 142           8 527             5          1          1         –         1          1       –        1        –         –
3493       Steel springs, except wire                                 (A)            (D)             (D)            2          2          –         –         –          –       –        –        –         –
3494       Valves and pipe fittings, n.e.c.                           (E)            (D)             (D)            2          –          –         –         –          1       –        1        –         –
3495       Wire springs                                            1 004          5 558          21 027            10          3          2         1         1          –       1        2        –         –
3496        Misc. fabricated wire products                         4 225          18 142         74 001            27          4           5         6         2         3        3       1        2         1
3497        Metal foil and leaf                                       (E)            (D)            (D)             5          2           1         –         1         –        –       1        –         –
3498        Fabricated pipe and fittings                             454           2 124          8 487            18          3           5         4         4         1        1       –        –         –
3499        Fabricated metal products, n.e.c.                      1 142           6 664         28 301            56         19          10        11         9         4        3       –        –         –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                         35 553        256 526       1 063 203           991        353        201       157       146         63      40       21        7         3
351      Engines and turbines                                      1 562          8 812          37 389            11          2          1         2         1          2       1        1        1         –
3511       Turbines and turbine generator sets                        (A)            (D)             (D)            1          –          1         –         –          –       –        –        –         –
3519       Internal combustion engines, n.e.c.                       (G)             (D)             (D)           10          2          –         2         1          2       1        1        1         –
352      Farm and garden machinery                                 1 867         11 833          46 900            50         20          9         6         7          5       1        1        1         –
3523       Farm machinery and equipment                            1 676         11 038          43 631            44         17          9         6         6          4       –        1        1         –
3524       Lawn and garden equipment                                 191            795           3 269             6          3          –         –         1          1       1        –        –         –
353      Construction and related machinery                        3 439         28 269         115 510            61          9         10        13        17          4       4        4        –         –
3531       Construction machinery                                    830          5 823          23 699            18          5          4         4         2          1       1        1        –         –
3532       Mining machinery                                          269          2 194           9 140             9          –          2         2         4          1       –        –        –         –
3533       Oil and gas field machinery                                (C)            (D)             (D)            1          –          –         –         –          –       1        –        –         –
3534       Elevators and moving stairways                             (E)            (D)             (D)            1          –          –         –         –          –       –        1        –         –
3535       Conveyors and conveying equipment                       1 518         14 928          60 805            19          2          3         3         6          1       2        2        –         –
3536       Hoists, cranes, and monorails                             113            896           4 091             4          1          –         2         –          1       –        –        –         –
3537       Industrial trucks and tractors                             (C)            (D)             (D)            9          1          1         2         5          –       –        –        –         –
354      Metalworking machinery                                    5 154          41 394        178   236         207         71          46        36        27        19        5       2        1         –
3541      Machine tools, metal cutting types                          48             471          2   191           3          –           1         –         2         –        –       –        –         –
3542      Machine tools, metal forming types                         160           1 185          5   331           9          3           –         4         1         1        –       –        –         –
3543      Industrial patterns                                        119           1 021          4   289          12          5           4         1         1         1        –       –        –         –
3544      Special dies, tools, jigs and fixtures                   2 815          22 435         97   371         151         55          38        25        16        13        3       1        –         –
3545      Machine tool accessories                                 1 269          11 233         45   164          21          5           2         5         4         2        2       –        1         –
3546        Power driven handtools                                     (B)           (D)            (D)             3          1           1         –         1         –        –       –        –         –
3547        Rolling mill machinery                                     (B)           (D)            (D)             2          1           –         –         1         –        –       –        –         –
3548        Welding apparatus                                         654          4 734         22 367             5          1           –         –         1         2        –       1        –         –
3549        Metalworking machinery, n.e.c.                             (A)            (D)           (D)             1          –           –         1         –         –        –       –        –         –
355      Special industry machinery                                2 425          20 149         84   236          82         27          17         9        16         8        3       2        –         –
3552       Textile machinery                                          53             313          1   426           5          3           –         1         1         –        –       –        –         –
3553       Woodworking machinery                                     133             615          2   492           8          4           1         –         2         1        –       –        –         –
3554       Paper industries machinery                                164           1 354          6   602           5          1           1         –         2         1        –       –        –         –
3555       Printing trades machinery                                 824           7 281         29   186          16          6           4         –         –         4        1       1        –         –
3556       Food products machinery                                   305           2 337          9   846          11          2           3         1         3         1        1       –        –         –
3559       Special industry machinery, n.e.c.                        946           8 249         34   684          37         11           8         7         8         1        1       1        –         –
356      General industrial machinery                              6 799          52 528        205 174            85         14          13        10        17        10      12        6        3         –
3561      Pumps and pumping equipment                                210           1 924          7 130             8          2           2         –         2         2       –        –        –         –
3562      Ball and roller bearings                                    (E)             (D)            (D)            2          –           –         1         –         –       –        1        –         –
3563      Air and gas compressors                                     (E)             (D)            (D)            4          1           1         –         –         –       1        1        –         –
3564      Blowers and fans                                         1 716          11 923         43 189            11          –           2         1         1         2       3        1        1         –
3565      Packaging machinery                                        368           1 989         12 355             9          3           1         1         2         –       2        –        –         –

3566        Speed changers, drives, and gears                        820           5 771         22 148            12          1           2         1         3         3        1       1        –         –
3567        Industrial furnaces and ovens                          1 862          13 425         50 453            18          2           1         3         4         2        3       2        1         –
3568        Power transmission equipment, n.e.c.                      (B)             (D)           (D)             5          3           1         –         1         –        –       –        –         –
3569        General industrial machinery, n.e.c.                   1 007          10 735         41 036            16          2           3         3         4         1        2       –        1         –

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

Table 1b.           The State                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability,
 see introductory text]

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

            Manufacturing Con.
35      Industrial machinery and equipment Con.
357       Computer and office equipment                               817          4 378         19 473            21          7           2         4         4         1        3       –        –         –
3571        Electronic computers                                       (C)            (D)           (D)             7          4           –         2         –         1        –       –        –         –
3572        Computer storage devices                                   (C)            (D)           (D)             3          1           –         –         1         –        1       –        –         –
3575        Computer terminals                                        159            564          2 651             3          –           –         1         1         –        1       –        –         –
3577        Computer peripheral equipment, n.e.c.                     317          1 952          8 060             6          –           2         1         2         –        1       –        –         –
3579        Office machines, n.e.c.                                    (A)            (D)            (D)            2          2           –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
358       Refrigeration and service machinery                      8 302          55 302        236 236            48          9          10         5         4         3      10        3        1         3
3581       Automatic vending machines                                (G)             (D)             (D)            4          –           –         –         –         –       1        2        1         –
3582        Commercial laundry equipment                               10             81            163             3          2           1         –         –         –       –        –        –         –
3585        Refrigeration and heating equipment                    5 998          41 592        181 553            18          2           4         –         –         1       7        1        –         3
3586        Measuring and dispensing pumps                            (C)            (D)             (D)            1          –           –         –         –         –       1        –        –         –
3589        Service industry machinery, n.e.c.                       499           2 949         13 035            22          5           5         5         4         2       1        –        –         –
359       Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                             5 171          33 777        139 645           420        190          91        72        53        11        1       2        –         –
3592        Carburetors, pistons, rings, valves                       (E)            (D)             (D)            3          1           –         1         –         –        –       1        –         –
3593        Fluid power cylinders and actuators                       (B)            (D)             (D)            4          1           –         2         1         –        –       –        –         –
3596        Scales and balances, exc. laboratory                      (E)            (D)             (D)            2          1           –         –         –         –        –       1        –         –
3599        Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                           4 410          28 212        120 389           411        187          91        69        52        11        1       –        –         –

36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                 30 218        185 654         752 778           243         64          24        27        39        21      31       19       14         4
361       Electric distribution equipment                          2 503          18 583         76 504            19          3           3         2         3         1        4       2        1         –
3612        Transformers, except electronic                          (G)             (D)            (D)             6          –           1         –         2         –        2       –        1         –
3613        Switchgear and switchboard apparatus                     (G)             (D)            (D)            12          3           2         1         1         1        2       2        –         –
362       Electrical industrial apparatus                          6 400          34 112        140 695            42          9           4         8         6         3        3       3        6         –
3621        Motors and generators                                  5 974          31 041        127 738            19          2           3         1         1         –        3       3        6         –
3624        Carbon and graphite products                              (A)            (D)             (D)            1          1           –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
3625        Relays and industrial controls                           345           2 289         10 036            17          3           1         6         5         2        –       –        –         –
3629        Electrical industrial apparatus, n.e.c.                   (B)            (D)             (D)            5          3           –         1         –         1        –       –        –         –
363       Household appliances                                     4 023          18 402         77 441            13          2           –         1         1         –        2       5        1         1
3631       Household cooking equipment                               (G)             (D)            (D)             4          –           –         1         1         –        –       1        –         1
3633        Household laundry equipment                               (E)            (D)            (D)             1          –           –         –         –         –        –       1        –         –
3634        Electric housewares and fans                             (G)             (D)            (D)             7          1           –         –         –         –        2       3        1         –
3635        Household vacuum cleaners                                 (A)            (D)            (D)             1          1           –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
364       Electric lighting and wiring equipment                   4 607          32 312        126 277            39          5           2         4         9         8        5       5        –         1
3641        Electric lamps                                            (E)             (D)            (D)            1          –           –         –         –         –        –       1        –         –
3643        Current carrying wiring devices                          800           4 783         20 523            12          3           1         2         1         2        2       1        –         –
3644        Noncurrent carrying wiring devices                       (G)             (D)             (D)            8          –           1         1         2         2        –       1        –         1
3645        Residential lighting fixtures                            376           1 680          6 517             5          1           –         –         1         2        1       –        –         –
3646        Commercial lighting fixtures                             395           2 228          9 641             5          –           –         –         4         –        –       1        –         –
3647        Vehicular lighting equipment                             798           5 175         20 241             5          –           –         1         1         1        1       1        –         –
3648        Lighting equipment, n.e.c.                                (C)             (D)            (D)            3          1           –         –         –         1        1       –        –         –
365       Household audio and video equipment                         (G)             (D)             (D)          10          4           3         1         –         –        1       –        –         1
3651        Household audio and video equipment                       (G)             (D)             (D)           7          4           1         –         –         –        1       –        –         1
3652        Prerecorded records and tapes                             (B)             (D)             (D)           3          –           2         1         –         –        –       –        –         –
366       Communications equipment                                    (G)            (D)             (D)           25         11           3         4         4         –        2       –        1         –
3661        Telephone and telegraph apparatus                         279          1 206           5 007            9          2           2         1         3         –        1       –        –         –
3663        Radio and TV communications equipment                      (B)            (D)             (D)           5          3           –         2         –         –        –       –        –         –
3669        Communications equipment, n.e.c.                          922          6 463          28 239           10          5           1         1         1         –        1       –        1         –
367       Electronic components and accessories                    6 237          43 671        172 651            58         19           5         4         9         6      10         1       3         1
3671        Electron tubes                                            (B)            (D)             (D)            2          1           –         –         1         –       –         –       –         –
3672        Printed circuit boards                                   662           4 156         17 118            10          4           –         1         3         1       –         1       –         –
3674        Semiconductors and related devices                     3 410          28 324        111 091             9          2           –         1         1         –       2         –       2         1
3677        Electronic coils and transformers                         (E)             (D)            (D)            4          1           1         –         –         –       2         –       –         –
3678        Electronic connectors                                    878           4 924         18 999             4          –           –         –         1         –       2         –       1         –
3679        Electronic components, n.e.c.                            982           4 855         19 953            26          8           4         2         3         5       4         –       –         –
369       Misc. electrical equipment and supplies                  3 623          21 220          86 697           34          9           4         2         7         3        4        3       2         –
3691        Storage batteries                                      1 192           8 133          32 831            5          –           –         –         1         1        1        2       –         –
3692        Primary batteries, dry and wet                           (G)              (D)            (D)            2          –           –         –         –         –        –        –       2         –
3694        Engine electrical equipment                               (E)             (D)            (D)           17          8           2         2         2         2        1        –       –         –
3695        Magnetic and optical recording media                      (A)             (D)            (D)            1          1           –         –         –         –        –        –       –         –
3699        Electrical equipment and supplies, n.e.c.                629           2 675          10 348            9          –           2         –         4         –        2        1       –         –

37      Transportation equipment                                  59 709        624 345       2 456 068           286         83          42        32        43        27      28       17        7         7
371       Motor vehicles and equipment                            28 831        286   638     1 171   658         154         39          23        16        21        14      17       13        6         5
3711       Motor vehicles and car bodies                          14 173        206   086       850   141          16          3           3         2         2         2       –        –        –         4
3713       Truck and bus bodies                                      505          2   765        13   483          18          5           3         2         5         2       1        –        –         –
3714       Motor vehicle parts and accessories                    13 090         71   852       283   495         101         26          15         8        11         6      16       13        5         1
3715       Truck trailers                                            932          5   275        21   670          14          4           –         4         2         3       –        –        1         –
3716       Motor homes                                               131              660         2   869           5          1           2         –         1         1       –        –        –         –
372       Aircraft and parts                                           (J)            (D)             (D)          27          6           3         3         6         4        4       –        –         1
3721        Aircraft                                                   (J)            (D)             (D)           4          1           1         –         –         –        1       –        –         1
3728        Aircraft parts and equipment, n.e.c.                       (F)            (D)             (D)          22          4           2         3         6         4        3       –        –         –
373       Ship and boat building and repairing                     2 700          12 437         46 587            44         17           6         4         5         5        3       3        1         –
3731        Ship building and repairing                              510           2 605          9 158             6          –           1         1         1         1        1       1        –         –
3732        Boat building and repairing                            2 190           9 832         37 429            38         17           5         3         4         4        2       2        1         –
374       Railroad equipment                                          (E)             (D)             (D)           6          1           1         –         2         –        2       –        –         –
375       Motorcycles, bicycles, and parts                            (E)             (D)             (D)           2          1           –         –         –         –        –       1        –         –
376       Guided missiles, space vehicles, parts                      (G)             (D)             (D)           2          –           –         –         1         –        –       –        –         1
3761       Guided missiles and space vehicles                         (G)             (D)             (D)           1          –           –         –         –         –        –       –        –         1
3769       Space vehicle equipment, n.e.c.                            (B)             (D)             (D)           1          –           –         –         1         –        –       –        –         –
379       Miscellaneous transportation equipment                      (G)            (D)            (D)            51         19           9         9         8         4        2       –        –         –
3792        Travel trailers and campers                                (C)           (D)            (D)             5          3           –         –         –         1        1       –        –         –
3795        Tanks and tank components                                  (C)           (D)            (D)             1          –           –         –         –         –        1       –        –         –
3799        Transportation equipment, n.e.c.                          666          2 482         10 259            44         15           9         9         8         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.
10      MISSOURI                                                                                                                                    COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1b.          The State                     Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability,
 see introductory text]

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

            Manufacturing Con.
38     Instruments and related products                           10 137          84 977        343 509              168      63          17        19        29        16      15        4        5         –
381      Search and navigation equipment                           1 684          17 407         71 547                6       1           –         1         –         1       1        –        2         –
382      Measuring and controlling devices                         2 637          20 660         84 978               52      18           6         7         7         8       5        –        1         –
3821        Laboratory apparatus and furniture                        (C)            (D)             (D)               5       2           2         –         –         –       1        –        –         –
3822        Environmental controls                                 1 211           7 966         34 015                6       –           –         2         1         –       2        –        1         –
3823        Process control instruments                              240           2 131          6 903               11       3           3         2         1         2       –        –        –         –
3824        Fluid meters and counting devices                         (A)             (D)            (D)               1       1           –         –         –         –       –        –        –         –
3825        Instruments to measure electricity                       236           2 761         10 219                7       4           –         –         1         2       –        –        –         –
3826       Analytical instruments                                    176           1 495          6 124                6       1           1         1         2         1        –       –        –         –
3827       Optical instruments and lenses                             (C)             (D)            (D)               5       3           –         –         1         1        –       –        –         –
3829       Measuring and controlling devices, n.e.c.                 417           3 219         15 478               10       3           –         2         1         2        2       –        –         –
384      Medical instruments and supplies                          4 855          39 364        155 247               85      31          10        10        16         6        7       3        2         –
3841       Surgical and medical instruments                        2 253          19 812         79 781               30      10           4         4         5         1        3       2        1         –
3842       Surgical appliances and supplies                        1 637           9 431         38 011               36      14           4         2         8         3        4       1        –         –
3843       Dental equipment and supplies                              (C)             (D)            (D)              12       3           2         3         3         1        –       –        –         –
3845       Electromedical equipment                                   (F)             (D)            (D)               6       3           –         1         –         1        –       –        1         –
385      Ophthalmic goods                                            281           1 444          5 757                8       4           –         –         3         –        1       –        –         –
386      Photographic equipment and supplies                         680           6 102         25 980               17       9           1         1         3         1        1       1        –         –
39     Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                      8 266         39 654         167 018              312     142          44        41        44        21      15        4        1         –
391      Jewelry, silverware, and plated ware                        174            765           2 954               26      15           2         7         2         –       –        –        –         –
3911       Jewelry, precious metal                                   119            507           1 924               22      14           1         7         –         –       –        –        –         –
3914       Silverware and plated ware                                 (B)            (D)             (D)               3       –           1         –         2         –       –        –        –         –
3915       Jewelers’ materials and lapidary work                      (A)            (D)             (D)               1       1           –         –         –         –       –        –        –         –
393      Musical instruments                                          (B)            (D)             (D)               9       7           1         1         –         –       –        –        –         –
394      Toys and sporting goods                                   2 881         13 719          59 310               95      38          16         9        17         9       4        2        –         –
3942       Dolls and stuffed toys                                      55           121             524                8       4           3         –         1         –       –        –        –         –
3944       Games, toys, and children’s vehicles                      817          3 604          17 175               23       8           5         1         5         3       –        1        –         –
3949       Sporting and athletic goods, n.e.c.                     2 009          9 994          41 611               64      26           8         8        11         6       4        1        –         –
395      Pens, pencils, office, and art supplies                     870          4 874          19 829               18       3           4         5         1         1       3        1        –         –
3951       Pens and mechanical pencils                               287          1 265           4 785                3       –           –         –         1         –       2        –        –         –
3952       Lead pencils and art goods                                 (C)            (D)             (D)               1       –           –         –         –         –       1        –        –         –
3953       Marking devices                                           411          2 882          11 799               10       2           3         3         –         1       –        1        –         –
3955       Carbon paper and inked ribbons                             (B)            (D)             (D)               4       1           1         2         –         –       –        –        –         –
396      Costume jewelry and notions                                  (A)            (D)             (D)               4       4           –         –         –         –       –        –        –         –
3961       Costume jewelry                                            (A)            (D)             (D)               3       3           –         –         –         –       –        –        –         –
3965       Fasteners, buttons, needles, and pins                      (A)            (D)             (D)               1       1           –         –         –         –       –        –        –         –
399      Miscellaneous manufactures                                4 309         20 131          84 064              155      70          21        19        24        11       8        1        1         –
3991       Brooms and brushes                                         (B)            (D)             (D)               4       –           3         –         1         –       –        –        –         –
3993       Signs and advertising specialities                      2 999         14 524          60 154               90      38          12        10        17         6       5        1        1         –
3995       Burial caskets                                             (C)            (D)             (D)               6       3           1         –         1         –       1        –        –         –
3999       Manufacturing industries, n.e.c.                        1 056          4 130          18 145               55      29           5         9         5         5       2        –        –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                               31 847        517 180       1 978 482              299      37          40        47        62        46      42       13        6         6
            Transportation and public utilities                  146 603      1 158  377      4 674  201          7 288     4 078     1 142       894       676       251      172       42       25         8
41     Local and interurban passenger transit                     10 373         29  877        116  513            394       141        56        73        75        19       27        3        –         –
411      Local and suburban transportation                         2 390          8  104         36  596            119        49        22        16        20         8        3        1        –         –
4111        Local and suburban transit                               324          1  028          4  878             20        13         1         2         2         1        1        –        –         –
4119        Local passenger transportation, n.e.c.                 2 066          7  076         31  718             99        36        21        14        18         7        2        1        –         –
412      Taxicabs                                                    388          1  250          4  895             47        27         6         7         7         –        –        –        –         –
413      Intercity and rural bus transportation                       (C)             (D)             (D)             6         2         –         1         1         1        1        –        –         –
414      Bus charter service                                          (C)             (D)             (D)            22         8         4         8         1         1        –        –        –         –
4141        Local bus charter service                                 (B)             (D)             (D)             7         3         2         1         –         1        –        –        –         –
4142        Bus charter service, except local                        130             289           1 646             14         4         2         7         1         –        –        –        –         –
415      School buses                                              7 110          18 844          67 338            194        50        23        41        46         9       23        2        –         –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                   50 144        324 136       1 360 493           4 010     2 605       578       386       285         93      44       10        7         2
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                47 495        309 253       1 297 833           3 790     2 484       541       354       266         87      40        9        7         2
422      Public warehousing and storage                            2 634         14 816          62 428             213       115        36        32        19          6       4        1        –         –
4221       Farm product warehousing and storage                      169            932           3 449              18         5         7         3         3          –       –        –        –         –
4222       Refrigerated warehousing and storage                      382          2 393          10 058              12         3         2         2         3          –       2        –        –         –
4225       General warehousing and storage                         1 407          7 578          32 700             154        97        22        19         9          5       2        –        –         –
4226       Special warehousing and storage, n.e.c.                   676          3 913          16 221              29        10         5         8         4          1       –        1        –         –
423      Trucking terminal facilities                                 (A)             (D)               (D)            1       1           –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
44     Water transportation                                        1 548          10 180         47 779              156      91          22        20        18         3        2       –        –         –
441     Deep sea foreign transportation of freight                     18            178            632                7       6           1         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
444     Water transportation of freight, n.e.c.                        82            872          4 209                6       3           –         1         2         –        –       –        –         –
448     Water transportation of passengers                             92            720          3 271                7       3           2         1         –         1        –       –        –         –
4482      Ferries                                                     (A)             (D)            (D)               2       2           –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
4489      Water passenger transportation, n.e.c.                       70            624          2 806                4       1           2         –         –         1        –       –        –         –
449     Water transportation services                              1 334           8 375         39 535              135      79          19        18        15         2        2       –        –         –
4491      Marine cargo handling                                      220           1 567          6 094               14       3           2         4         5         –        –       –        –         –
4492      Towing and tugboat service                                 632           4 489         21 509               21       7           2         3         5         2        2       –        –         –
4493      Marinas                                                    354           1 241          7 130               85      61          13         8         3         –        –       –        –         –
4499      Water transportation services, n.e.c.                      128           1 078          4 802               15       8           2         3         2         –        –       –        –         –
45     Transportation by air                                      17 693        134   005       545     363          219     101          29        26        20        20      16        1        3         3
451      Air transportation, scheduled                            14 736        123   226       499     846          114      38          14        15        16        12      14        1        1         3
452      Air transportation, nonscheduled                            534          3   757        15     457           34      19           6         4         1         3       1        –        –         –
458      Airports, flying fields, and services                     2 416          6   954        29     818           66      39           9         7         3         5       1        –        2         –
46     Pipelines, except natural gas                                  213          2 142              9 396           26      12           5         5         4         –        –       –        –         –
461      Pipelines, except natural gas                                213          2 142              9 396           26      12           5         5         4         –        –       –        –         –
4619       Pipelines, n.e.c.                                           (B)            (D)                (D)           1       –           –         –         1         –        –       –        –         –

         Note: Employment size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J   10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                              MISSOURI            11

Table 1b.           The State                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability,
 see introductory text]

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

            Transportation and public utilities    Con.
47      Transportation services                                    8 470          49 331        202 588             877      520        196       108         32         8      10        1        2         –
472       Passenger transportation arrangement                     5 135          27 723        110 416             500      292        126         60        13         3        3       1        2         –
4724        Travel agencies                                        4 066          19 772         83 491             432      246        115         54        10         2        3       1        1         –
4725        Tour operators                                           225           1 067          4 788              56       40         10          5         1         –        –       –        –         –
4729        Passenger transport arrangement, n.e.c.                   (F)             (D)            (D)             10        5          1          –         2         1        –       –        1         –
473       Freight transportation arrangement                       2 032          14 154         62 017             271      157          61        34        13         4        2       –        –         –
474       Rental of railroad cars                                      (C)             (D)              (D)           4        3           –         –         –         –        1       –        –         –
478       Miscellaneous transportation services                        (G)             (D)              (D)          72       39           9        13         6         1        4       –        –         –

48      Communication                                             36 254        372 723       1 426 194          1 070       433        173       190       146         54      50       14        8         2
481       Telephone communication                                 27 705        314 997       1 189 495             683      305        108       102         87        24      33       14        8         2
4812        Radiotelephone communications                          1 515         12 518          48 717             117       61         20        19         13         1       2        1        –         –
4813        Telephone communications, exc. radio                  26 190        302 479       1 140 778             566      244         88        83         74        23      31       13        8         2
482       Telegraph and other communications                           82              534            2 332          14        8           2         4         –         –        –       –        –         –
483       Radio and television broadcasting                        5 778          41 620        169 626             207       43          32        58        40        23      11        –        –         –
484       Cable and other pay TV services                          2 358          13 264         55 362             110       40          22        18        18         6        6       –        –         –
489       Communication services, n.e.c.                               140         1 242              4 290           9        5           1         2         –         1        –       –        –         –

49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                      19 286        216 956         882 816             482      158          73        75        89        49      22       11        4         1
491       Electric services                                        5 521          57 769        239 008             124       15          20        19        38        21        7       4        –         –
492       Gas production and distribution                          3 794          38 591        157 668              79       24          10        18        13         7        2       3        2         –
493       Combination utility services                                 (I)              (D)             (D)          82        9          10        10        20        18      10        3        1         1
4931        Electric and other services combined                       (I)              (D)             (D)          78        8           8        10        19        18      10        3        1         1
4939        Combination utilities, n.e.c.                              31              117             462            3        –           2         –         1         –       –        –        –         –
494       Water supply                                                 864         7 368         30 608              49       31          11         3         2         1        –       –        1         –
495       Sanitary services                                        1 857          13 018         54 542             137       70          22        25        15         1        3       1        –         –
496       Steam and air conditioning supply                            (B)             (D)              (D)           3        1           –         –         1         1        –       –        –         –
497       Irrigation systems                                          (A)            (D)            (D)               1        1           –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                               2 622          19 027         83 059              54       17          10        11         7         5        1       2        1         –

            Wholesale trade                                      147 146      1 131 086       4 673 577         11 518     5 456      2 558     1 855     1 173       300      139       29        3         5
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                             82 132        653 591       2 687 972          7 192     3 412      1 609     1 185       730       169       73       13        1         –
501       Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                     15   251        99   303      406    409       1 245       556        313       217       113         28      13        4        1         –
5012       Automobiles and other motor vehicles                    5   093        37   659      148    023         231        92         51        24        39         14       8        3        –         –
5013       Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                    7   911        49   553      206    860         692       286        204       128        55         13       4        1        1         –
5014       Tires and tubes                                         1   167         7   088       29    726         100        36         17        30        15          1       1        –        –         –
5015       Motor vehicle parts, used                               1   032         4   830       20    913         209       131         40        35         3          –       –        –        –         –
502       Furniture and homefurnishings                            3 799          28 248        118 818             283      141          61        43        24         8        5       1        –         –
5021        Furniture                                              1 636          12 785         54 032             130       64          32        18         8         5        3       –        –         –
5023        Homefurnishings                                        2 157          15 436         64 577             148       72          29        25        16         3        2       1        –         –
503       Lumber and construction materials                        6 010          44   014      182    246          486      209        101         86        73        13        4       –        –         –
5031        Lumber, plywood, and millwork                          2 721          18   955       76    576          179       68         31         35        37         6        2       –        –         –
5032        Brick, stone, and related materials                      618           5   474       21    383           73       43         12          9         8         1        –       –        –         –
5033        Roofing, siding, and insulation                          955           6   708       29    868           77       29         15         18        12         3        –       –        –         –
5039        Construction materials, n.e.c.                         1 715          12   874       54    393          155       67         43         24        16         3        2       –        –         –
504       Professional and commercial equipment                   13 581        135    960      526    441       1 025       471        214       175       118         27      15        5        –         –
5043        Photographic equipment and supplies                      537          4    939       18    080          29        13          3         6         3          3       1        –        –         –
5044        Office equipment                                       3 356         26    513      103    331         216        83         47        42        30          9       4        1        –         –
5045        Computers, peripherals and software                    4 049         57    140      208    989         307       162         60        43        30          4       5        3        –         –
5046        Commercial equipment, n.e.c.                           1 204          7    668       32    924         127        59         32        19        15          1       1        –        –         –
5047        Medical and hospital equipment                         3 176         32    012      130    817         258       117         53        48        29          8       2        1        –         –
5048        Ophthalmic goods                                         318          1    676        6    580          31        16          4         8         2          1       –        –        –         –
5049        Professional equipment, n.e.c.                           937          5    988       25    696          56        20         15         9         9          1       2        –        –         –
505       Metals and minerals, except petroleum                    3 806          37 503        142 017             298      142          54        51        34        12        5       –        –         –
5051       Metals service centers and offices                      3 771          36 995        138 817             289      136          52        50        34        12        5       –        –         –
5052       Coal and other minerals and ores                           35             508          3 200               9        6           2         1         –         –        –       –        –         –
506       Electrical goods                                         9 069          81   280      331    567          771      346        184       132         74        24      10        1        –         –
5063        Electrical apparatus and equipment                     4 130          36   106      149    394          365      147        101        62         40        12       3        –        –         –
5064        Electrical appliances, TV and radios                     846           6   027       26    811           74       38         18        12          2         1       3        –        –         –
5065        Electronic parts and equipment                         4 049          38   829      153    751          321      152         65        57         31        11       4        1        –         –
507       Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment                 5   755        45   349      187    892          586      262        163         92        52        15        2       –        –         –
5072       Hardware                                                2   081        15   804       65    023          173       71         48         27        20         6        1       –        –         –
5074       Plumbing and hydronic heating supplies                  2   156        15   540       64    579          242      101         78         38        21         3        1       –        –         –
5075       Warm air heating and air conditioning                   1   115        10   123       43    101          118       61         26         19         7         5        –       –        –         –
5078       Refrigeration equipment and supplies                        385         3   762       14    541           45       23          9          8         4         1        –       –        –         –
508       Machinery, equipment, and supplies                      18   265      143    068      619    581       1 727       801        405       305       174         25      15        2        –         –
5082       Construction and mining machinery                       2   368       20    297       83    238         120        39         25        26        22          4       3        1        –         –
5083       Farm and garden machinery                               3   868       21    510       95    390         359       132         85        96        43          1       1        1        –         –
5084       Industrial machinery and equipment                      5   861       53    478      236    614         596       302        139        81        58         11       5        –        –         –
5085       Industrial supplies                                     3   886       33    278      142    469         343       149         84        66        34          6       4        –        –         –
5087       Service establishment equipment                         1   646        9    439       39    697         195        95         55        30        13          –       2        –        –         –
5088       Transportation equipment and supplies                       582        4    843       20    758          83        56         14         6         4          3       –        –        –         –
509       Miscellaneous durable goods                              6 364          37   663      167    597          701      426        106         83        65        17        4       –        –         –
5091        Sporting and recreational goods                        1 316           7   602       34    068          133       70         21         22        17         3        –       –        –         –
5092        Toys and hobby goods and supplies                        404           2   590       12    013           61       41          8          6         5         1        –       –        –         –
5093        Scrap and waste materials                              2 774          16   465       71    937          225      114         42         26        32         9        2       –        –         –
5094        Jewelry and precious stones                              764           4   266       17    225           91       64         13          6         4         3        1       –        –         –
5099        Durable goods, n.e.c.                                  1 106           6   740       32    354          191      137         22         23         7         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.
12       MISSOURI                                                                                                                                   COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1b.          The State                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability,
 see introductory text]

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

            Wholesale trade Con.
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                          57 612        386 153       1 638 970          4 207      2 017       921       654       421       123       51       15        2         3
511       Paper and paper products                                 7 222          54   570      241    099          442      232          67        58        57        19        6       2        –         1
5111        Printing and writing paper                               960           9   690       49    207           59       33           7         6         7         4        2       –        –         –
5112        Stationery and office supplies                         4 544          30   927      130    754          251      130          36        34        35        12        2       1        –         1
5113        Industrial and personal service paper                  1 716          13   945       61    095          129       66          24        18        15         3        2       1        –         –
512       Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries                       3 444          33 423        136 156             145       58          29        27        16         7        4       4        –         –
513       Apparel, piece goods, and notions                        3 506          27   511      117    573          261      147          44        34        22         9        4       1        –         –
5131        Piece goods and notions                                  732           5   543       24    162           63       35          10         8         8         1        1       –        –         –
5136        Men’s and boys’ clothing                               1 182           6   547       31    622           69       29          11        14         9         4        2       –        –         –
5137        Women’s and children’s clothing                          844           5   887       22    723           57       39           8         5         3         1        –       1        –         –
5139        Footwear                                                 705           9   400       38    359           59       34          13         6         2         3        1       –        –         –
514       Groceries and related products                          15 420        106    200      454    384          766      329        145       132         95        40      18        4        2         1
5141        Groceries, general line                                3 523         27    012      116    558           78       33         10        13          9         6       5        –        1         1
5142        Packaged frozen foods                                  2 052         15    849       60    904           64       25         17         7          8         3       2        1        1         –
5143        Dairy products, exc. dried or canned                   1 192          8    180       38    103           61       22         10        12         13         2       2        –        –         –
5144        Poultry and poultry products                             757          3    575       15    489           35       12         12         6          4         –       –        1        –         –
5145        Confectionery                                          1 228          7    274       29    870           56       20         11        14          4         4       2        1        –         –

5146        Fish and seafoods                                         (B)            (D)             (D)             10        5           2         2         1         –        –       –        –         –
5147        Meats and meat products                                  909           5 127         22 411              77       38          17        10        10         1        1       –        –         –
5148        Fresh fruits and vegetables                            1 109           7 607         35 684              75       35          13        13         6         6        2       –        –         –
5149        Groceries and related products, n.e.c.                 4 510          30 926        132 505             283      117          49        54        40        18        4       1        –         –
515       Farm product raw materials                               4 260          18   169       74    795          446      172        128       102         39         3        2       –        –         –
5153        Grain and field beans                                  2 578          13   793       57    748          281       92         95        77         14         2        1       –        –         –
5154        Livestock                                              1 369           2   996       11    827          135       63         30        16         25         1        –       –        –         –
5159        Farm product raw materials, n.e.c.                       313           1   380        5    215           29       16          3         9          –         –        1       –        –         –
516       Chemicals and allied products                            3 091          27 792        117 597             331      172          75        37        39         8        –       –        –         –
5162        Plastics materials and basic shapes                      808           6 092         26 760              79       35          17        13        12         2        –       –        –         –
5169        Chemicals and allied products, n.e.c.                  2 279          21 692         90 794             247      132          58        24        27         6        –       –        –         –
517       Petroleum and petroleum products                         3 711          23 048        101 234             418      235          87        56        29         8        3       –        –         –
5171        Petroleum bulk stations and terminals                  2 680          16 255         66 451             323      191          61        45        20         4        2       –        –         –
5172        Petroleum products, n.e.c.                             1 029           6 779         34 734              92       41          26        11         9         4        1       –        –         –
518       Beer, wine, and distilled beverages                      2 745          23 972        100 505             105       19          17        32        25         7        4       1        –         –
5181        Beer and ale                                           1 821          14 725         65 105              76        9          15        26        20         4        1       1        –         –
5182        Wine and distilled beverages                             923           9 246         35 359              27        8           2         6         5         3        3       –        –         –
519       Misc. nondurable goods                                  14 190          71   360      295    024       1 286       648        328       175         99        22      10        3        –         1
5191        Farm supplies                                          5 396          26   091      108    647         658       297        208       106         39         5       3        –        –         –
5192        Books, periodicals, and newspapers                     3 197          15   388       63    312          87        43         12        11         10         6       3        1        –         1
5193        Flowers and florists’ supplies                         1 250           4   474       17    826          69        26         13        15         14         –       –        1        –         –
5194        Tobacco and tobacco products                             700           3   953       15    457          23         3          7         2          4         6       1        –        –         –
5198        Paints, varnishes, and supplies                          613           3   934       15    843          87        31         41        10          5         –       –        –        –         –
5199        Nondurable goods, n.e.c.                               2 975          17   259       72    287         328       216         46        31         26         5       3        1        –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                               7 402          91   342      346    635         119        27         28        16         22         8      15        1        –         2

            Retail trade                                         447 052      1 437 967       6 091 544         33 075     14 875     7 704     5 122     3 634     1 147      490       86       13         4
52      Building materials and garden supplies                    16 813          74 385        311 369          1 579       666        443       268       149         34      19        –        –         –
521       Lumber and other building materials                      9 951          48 490        197 276             671      219        187       144         80        22      19        –        –         –
523       Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores                           953         4 304         18 601             212      136          55        18         3         –        –       –        –         –
525       Hardware stores                                          3 097          11 195         41 281             297      116          94        41        36        10        –       –        –         –
526       Retail nurseries and garden stores                       1 860           5 377         28 182             264      126          77        38        22         1        –       –        –         –
527       Mobile home dealers                                          940         4 995         25 740             125       60          29        27         8         1        –       –        –         –

53      General merchandise stores                                58 206        184 474         731 960             845      204        206       107         46        49     170       58        4         1
531       Department stores                                       50 806        164 193         648 718             263        4           –         –         –        40     156       58        4         1
533       Variety stores                                           1 522           3 332         14 432             188       68          65        38        17         –        –       –        –         –
539       Misc. general merchandise stores                         5 864          16 925         68 698             387      126        141         68        29         9      14        –        –         –

54      Food stores                                               57 926        173 578         721 257          3 269      1 290       806       529       370       144      120        9        1         –
541       Grocery stores                                          52 621        161 570         669 814          2 406       819        578       417       319       143      120        9        1         –
542       Meat and fish markets                                        644         2 003              7 965         117       67          30        17         3         –        –       –        –         –
543       Fruit and vegetable markets                                  105             230            1 398          35       26           7         2         –         –        –       –        –         –
544       Candy, nut, and confectionery stores                         735         1 255              5 871         127       55          50        18         4         –        –       –        –         –
545       Dairy products stores                                        179             373            1 630          50       32          14         4         –         –        –       –        –         –
546       Retail bakeries                                          2 928           6 535         27 788             358      171          81        64        42         –        –       –        –         –
549       Miscellaneous food stores                                    576         1 367              5 697         146       96          42         6         2         –        –       –        –         –

55      Automotive dealers and service stations                   53 090        262 875       1 154 349          5 199      2 244     1 532       836       391       165       29        2        –         –
551       New and used car dealers                                21 752        156 184         694 180             648      108          62      112       208       134       22        2        –         –
552       Used car dealers                                         2 048          10 075         44 227             551      427          86        27         9         1        1       –        –         –
553       Auto and home supply stores                              6 687          28 930        122 624             988      480        278       173         55         2        –       –        –         –
554       Gasoline service stations                               20 269          57 661        242 483          2 625      1 006     1 015       469       105         24        6       –        –         –
555       Boat dealers                                                 910         4 099         20 384             122       66          34        11         8         3        –       –        –         –
556       Recreational vehicle dealers                                 473         2 362         11 931              68       31          17        18         2         –        –       –        –         –
557       Motorcycle dealers                                           662         2 540         13 477              97       49          24        20         3         1        –       –        –         –
559       Automotive dealers, n.e.c.                                   68              278            1 238          16       10           5         1         –         –        –       –        –         –

          Note: Employment size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J    10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                              MISSOURI            13

Table 1b.           The State                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability,
 see introductory text]

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

            Retail trade   Con.
56      Apparel and accessory stores                              20 491          49 117        204 961          2 605     1 092        864       465       160         21        2       1        –         –
561       Men’s and boys’ clothing stores                          2 113           6 290         27 057             296      113        112         58        13         –        –       –        –         –
562       Women’s clothing stores                                  7 309          15 219         62 875             774      248        244       219         59         1        2       1        –         –
563       Women’s accessory and specialty stores                       825         2 223              9 028         155       68          69        15         3         –        –       –        –         –
564       Children’s and infants’ wear stores                          631         1 192              4 926          89       45          21        13        10         –        –       –        –         –
565       Family clothing stores                                   4 712          11 077         45 321             365      112        111         69        55        18        –       –        –         –
566       Shoe stores                                              3 623           9 946         40 673             653      323        252         62        16         –        –       –        –         –
569       Misc. apparel and accessory stores                       1 212           3 056         14 359             217      129          53        29         4         2        –       –        –         –

57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                      16 716          68 486        293 650          2 457     1 387        643       280       108         33        6       –        –         –
571       Furniture and homefurnishings stores                     9 161          40 241        171    569       1 435       804        360       187         72        11        1       –        –         –
5712        Furniture stores                                       5 018          23 070         99    219         709       379        170       104         49         6        1       –        –         –
5713        Floor covering stores                                  1 876           9 299         40    961         346       217         83        33         12         1        –       –        –         –
5714        Drapery and upholstery stores                            190             594          2    540          57        47          6         4          –         –        –       –        –         –
5719        Misc. homefurnishings stores                           2 070           7 228         28    744         313       151        101        46         11         4        –       –        –         –
572       Household appliance stores                               1 138           4 637         19 881             257      166          67        20         3         1        –       –        –         –
573       Radio, television, and computer stores                   6 397          23   501      101    615          751      404        215         73        33        21        5       –        –         –
5731       Radio, TV, and electronic stores                        3 703          14   739       63    290          353      206         80         33        12        17        5       –        –         –
5734       Computer and software stores                              781           3   361       14    936          144       87         45          5         5         2        –       –        –         –
5735       Record and prerecorded tape stores                      1 341           3   112       12    480          159       59         70         16        12         2        –       –        –         –
5736       Musical instrument stores                                 553           2   255       10    767           85       42         20         19         4         –        –       –        –         –

58      Eating and drinking places                               159 998        306 650       1 359 640          9 391     3 402      1 439     1 751     2 052       627      115        4        1         –
5812        Eating places                                        143 521        278 978       1 219 603          6 636     1 504      1 057     1 497     1 869       594      110        4        1         –
5813        Drinking places                                        5 143          9 311          37 516            877       612        147        61        48         7        2        –        –         –

59      Miscellaneous retail                                      47 175        165 774         708 813          7 422     4 479      1 709       838       320         58      14        3        1         –
591       Drug stores and proprietary stores                       9 390          40 794        167 177             756      212        233       182       113         13        3       –        –         –
592       Liquor stores                                            1 847           4 419         18 880             497      349        115         30         3         –        –       –        –         –
593       Used merchandise stores                                  2 196           6 046         26 148             543      416          85        23        17         1        1       –        –         –
594       Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                     15 594          41 888        185    891       2 409     1 360        605       337         78        24        3       2        –         –
5941        Sporting goods and bicycle shops                       3 201           9 376         41    902         506       324        103        61          8         8        1       1        –         –
5942        Book stores                                            1 645           3 539         15    921         236       116         81        33          4         1        –       1        –         –
5943        Stationery stores                                        223             717          3    167          55        35         15         5          –         –        –       –        –         –
5944        Jewelry stores                                         2 604          10 761         46    219         493       273        145        66          8         1        –       –        –         –
5945        Hobby, toy, and game shops                             2 467           5 261         23    921         237       118         59        21         28        11        –       –        –         –

5946        Camera and photographic supply stores                    187             816          3    479           35       20          9         5          1         –        –       –        –         –
5947        Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                      4 006           8 711         40    641          670      384        161       102         18         3        2       –        –         –
5948        Luggage and leather goods stores                         225             598          2    420           42       21         17         1          3         –        –       –        –         –
5949        Sewing, needlework, and piece goods                    1 022           2 080          8    090          128       62         15        43          8         –        –       –        –         –
596       Nonstore retailers                                       6   773        31   950      137    703          686      427        117         73        46        14        7       1        1         –
5961       Catalog and mail order houses                           2   614        13   632       57    106          164      110         26         15         6         1        4       1        1         –
5962       Merchandising machine operators                         1   566         6   684       30    357          161       88         35         18        12         6        2       –        –         –
5963       Direct selling establishments                           2   593        11   634       50    240          361      229         56         40        28         7        1       –        –         –
598       Fuel dealers                                             2 245           9 847         39 586             425      249        120         48         7         1        –       –        –         –
5983        Fuel oil dealers                                         146             544          1 979              20       15          3          1         –         1        –       –        –         –
5984        Liquefied petroleum gas dealers                        2 085           9 242         37 337             404      234        117         46         7         –        –       –        –         –
599       Retail stores, n.e.c.                                    8 971         30 420         130    266       1 988     1 355        428       145         55         5       –        –        –         –
5992        Florists                                               2 421          6 167          25    417         608       428        128        43          7         2       –        –        –         –
5993       Tobacco stores and stands                                 227            685           3    084          60        46         11         3          –         –       –        –        –         –
5994        News dealers and newsstands                              124            349           1    587          25        16          6         2          1         –       –        –        –         –
5995        Optical goods stores                                   1 527          7 008          29    426         305       188         85        19         13         –       –        –        –         –
5999       Miscellaneous retail stores, n.e.c.                     4 649         16 134          70    349         965       653        197        78         34         3       –        –        –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                              16 637        152 628         605    545         308       111         62        48         38        16      15        9        6         3

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                  143 687      1 109 966       4 391 490         12 771     8 368      1 948     1 239       804       223      134       27       15        13
60      Depository institutions                                   46 147        292 274       1 146 526          2 137       523        545       581       358         73      41        7        6         3
601       Central reserve depository                               1 848          16 559         66 154               4        –           –         –         2         –        –       –        2         –
602       Commercial banks                                        35 169        216 682         850 871          1 528       272        376       471       306         60      33        5        2         3
603       Savings institutions                                     4 356          25 292        106 477             298       81        111         66        26         8        5       1        –         –
606       Credit unions                                                (G)             (D)              (D)         226      122          40        37        21         4        2       –        –         –
608       Foreign bank and branches and agencies                       (A)             (D)              (D)           2        1           1         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
609       Functions closely related to banking                     2 590          22 603         77 410              79       47          17         7         3         1        1       1        2         –

61      Nondepository institutions                                 9 276          73 275        307 677             758      448        185         63        39        12        6       3        –         2
611       Federal and Federally sponsored credit                       220         2 385              7 478          34        9          20         4         1         –        –       –        –         –
614       Personal credit institutions                             2 297          16 622         72 691             346      206          97        23        13         5        2       –        –         –
615       Business credit institutions                             2 055          13 758         56 405              80       48          17         4         7         2        1       –        –         1
616       Mortgage bankers and brokers                             4 672          40 376        170 354             287      176          50        31        18         5        3       3        –         1

62      Security and commodity brokers                            11 054        154 032         543 599             761      576          61        44        49        22        5       1        1         2
621       Security brokers and dealers                             8 334        126 947         432 266             517      392          30        31        41        18        3       –        –         2
622       Commodity contracts brokers, dealers                         148         1 694              6 762          26       15           5         5         1         –        –       –        –         –
623       Security and commodity exchanges                             (B)             (D)              (D)           2        1           –         –         1         –        –       –        –         –
628       Security and commodity services                          2 541          25 189        103 607             213      165          26         8         6         4        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.
14      MISSOURI                                                                                                                                    COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1b.          The State                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability,
 see introductory text]

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

            Finance, insurance, and real estate Con.
63     Insurance carriers                                         28 660        256   493     1 010   034           861        438      129        88       110         35      42        7        8         4
631      Life insurance                                           10 599         98   936       366   455           245         76       40        38        57         14      15        1        3         1
632      Medical service and health insurance                      5 661         52   133       216   668            80         20       21        13        10          3       9        1        1         2
6321        Accident and health insurance                            555          3   858        13   446            23          8        6         3         4          –       2        –        –         –
6324        Hospital and medical service plans                     5 106         48   275       203   222            57         12       15        10         6          3       7        1        1         2
633      Fire, marine, and casualty insurance                     10 951         95   058       386   864           426        287       44        26        30         13      16        5        4         1
635      Surety insurance                                              75             796         3   034            15         10        3         1         1          –       –        –        –         –
636      Title insurance                                             566          3   936        15   163            42         20        9         4         6          3       –        –        –         –
637      Pension, health, and welfare funds                          716          4   895        18   821            42         17       11         6         5          1       2        –        –         –
639      Insurance carriers, n.e.c.                                   (B)              (D)             (D)            5          4        –         –         1          –       –        –        –         –
64     Insurance agents, brokers, and service                     14 393        105   118       432   742       3   292    2   701      349       139        67         23      11        2        –         –
65     Real estate                                                25 576        116   659       519   984       4   514    3   386      628       281       155         43      18        2        –         1
651      Real estate operators and lessors                        11 061         38   922       175   184       1   889    1   459      248       106        50         13      11        1        –         1
653      Real estate agents and managers                          11 136         62   759       273   749       1   878    1   377      272       122        76         23       7        1        –         –
654      Title abstract offices                                    1 137          5   262        24   474           157         78       47        24         6          2       –        –        –         –
655      Subdividers and developers                                1 957          8   620        40   511           440        337       51        27        21          4       –        –        –         –
6552        Subdividers and developers, n.e.c.                     1 105          5   406        25   380           258        199       28        15        15          1       –        –        –         –
6553        Cemetery subdividers and developers                      803          2   982        13   784           158        117       21        12         5          3       –        –        –         –
67     Holding and other investment offices                        7 709         95 286         374 445             432        292        51        38        24        13        9       4        –         1
671      Holding offices                                           4 521         63 835         245 410             205        112        24        27        20        11        7       4        –         –
672      Investment offices                                          (G)             (D)             (D)             12          8         2         1         –         –        –       –        –         1
673      Trusts                                                      416          1 968           9 256              74         59        11         2         –         1        1       –        –         –
6732       Educational, religious, etc. trusts                       355          1 570           6 997              36         25         8         1         –         1        1       –        –         –
6733       Trusts, n.e.c.                                             61            398           2 256              37         33         3         1         –         –        –       –        –         –
679      Miscellaneous investing                                     595          6 927          32 982             127        100        14         8         4         –        1       –        –         –
6792       Oil royalty traders                                        26            285           1 035               6          5         –         1         –         –        –       –        –         –
6794       Patent owners and lessors                                 254          3 013          14 109              32         20         6         5         –         –        1       –        –         –
6798       Real estate investment trusts                              13              24            141               7          6         1         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
6799       Investors, n.e.c.                                         302          3 605          17 697              82         69         7         2         4         –        –       –        –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                  872         16 829          56 483              16          4         –         5         2         2        2       1        –         –
           Services                                              729 257     3 717 474       16 254   591      48 728     28 642      9 296     5 241     3 233     1 249      748      187       67        65
70     Hotels and other lodging places                            26 992        72 745          344   705       1 268        637        172       186       161        57       38       12        5         –
701      Hotels and motels                                        26 047        70 381          329   726       1 022        449        131       176       154        57       38       12        5         –
702      Rooming and boarding houses                                 175           296            1   237          28         16          8         2         2         –        –        –        –         –
703      Camps and recreational vehicle parks                        534         1 517           11   406         135        106         19         5         5         –        –        –        –         –
7032       Sporting and recreational camps                           330         1 032            8   403          79         64          8         3         4         –        –        –        –         –
7033       Trailer parks and campsites                               204           485            3   003          56         42         11         2         1         –        –        –        –         –
704      Membership basis organization hotels                        207           491            1   773          65         50         12         3         –         –        –        –        –         –
72     Personal services                                          31 009         93 529         382   378       4 671      2 965      1 010       479       161         31      18        6        –         1
721      Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                  10 049         32 556         136   366       1 231        677        300       152        70         25       7        –        –         –
7211       Power laundries, family and commercial                    456          1 782           7   874          27          9          8         4         4          1       1        –        –         –
7212       Garment pressing and cleaners’ agents                     239            575           2   237          50         30         14         6         –          –       –        –        –         –
7213       Linen supply                                              961          4 199          18   101          23          3          4         3         5          5       3        –        –         –
7215       Coin operated laundries and cleaning                    1 096          2 536          10   719         257        171         70        12         3          1       –        –        –         –
7216       Drycleaning plants, except rug                          3 918         11 359          45   579         439        172        141        86        36          3       1        –        –         –
7217       Carpet and upholstery cleaning                          1 339          4   114        17   762         228        157         33        26         10         1        1       –        –         –
7218       Industrial launderers                                   1 303          6   373        27   065          32          4          2         7          6        12        1       –        –         –
7219       Laundry and garment services, n.e.c.                      427          1   015         4   071         102         81         12         5          2         2        –       –        –         –
722      Photographic studios, portrait                            2 824          9   209        40   555         291        198         49        29         11         1        2       –        –         1
723      Beauty shops                                              8 094         22   953        97   919       1 752      1 178        345       190         39         –        –       –        –         –
724      Barber shops                                                153              568         2   439          67         59          6         2          –         –        –       –        –         –
725      Shoe repair and shoeshine parlors                           133              378         1   467          47         39          7         –          1         –        –       –        –         –
726      Funeral service and crematories                           3 165         14   780        61   286         504        276        149        54         23         1        1       –        –         –
729      Miscellaneous personal services                           6 554         12   945        41   444         744        505        153        51         17         4        8       6        –         –
7291       Tax return preparation services                         4 023          6   800        14   759         238        144         45        24         11         2        7       5        –         –
7299       Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c.                 2 529          6   140        26   674         505        360        108        27          6         2        1       1        –         –
73     Business services                                         118 811        564   930     2 425   588       6 691      3 902      1 102       686       537       221      176       46       11        10
731      Advertising                                               4 544         37   993       159   347         423        246         81        50        27        12        5        2        –         –
7311       Advertising agencies                                    3 030         30   234       126   207         271        152         56        32        16        11        3        1        –         –
7312       Outdoor advertising services                              398          2   850        12   198          47         24         11         7         4         1        –        –        –         –
7313       Radio, TV, publisher representatives                      265          2   331         9   018          37         18          8         7         4         –        –        –        –         –
7319       Advertising, n.e.c.                                       823          2   494        11   259          39         25          4         4         3         –        2        1        –         –
732      Credit reporting and collection                           2 050         10   652        44   688         146         65         28        27        20         4        1        1        –         –
7322       Adjustment and collection services                      1 686          8   645        36   224         115         53         23        20        13         4        1        1        –         –
7323       Credit reporting services                                 353          1   980         8   297          29         11          4         7         7         –        –        –        –         –
733      Mailing, reproduction, stenographic                       4 317         26   600       113   421         636        419        100        60        46        10        1        –        –         –
7331       Direct mail advertising services                        1 147          6   395        27   453          81         38         12        11        13         7        –        –        –         –
7334       Photocopying and duplicating services                   1 244          5   742        24   741          99         34         22        20        21         2        –        –        –         –
7335       Commercial photography                                    269          1   703         7   652          92         72         17         3         –         –        –        –        –         –
7336       Commercial art and graphic design                       1 235         10   915        45   755         215        149         37        18         9         1        1        –        –         –
7338       Secretarial and court reporting                           418          1   836         7   762         141        118         12         8         3         –        –        –        –         –
734      Services to buildings                                    23 380         55   880       241   276       1 476        910        254       154        99        28       20        5        2         4
7342       Disinfecting and pest control services                  1 353          5   926        28   678         277        189         54        24         9         1        –        –        –         –
7349       Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                  21 943         49   847       211   961       1 153        681        195       130        89        27       20        5        2         4
735      Misc. equipment rental and leasing                        4 312         23   349        99   814         529        227        179        80        35         7        1        –        –         –
7352       Medical equipment rental                                  903          5   150        21   196          79         32         19        17         9         2        –        –        –         –
7353       Heavy construction equipment rental                       460          3   714        14   340          44         20         10         6         7         1        –        –        –         –
7359       Equipment rental and leasing, n.e.c.                    2 909         14   272        63   268         385        157        148        56        19         4        1        –        –         –

         Note: Employment size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J   10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                              MISSOURI            15

Table 1b.           The State                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability,
 see introductory text]

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

            Services      Con.
73      Business services Con.
736       Personnel supply services                               38 630         133 702         588 982              666     238         65        75        95        72      92       22        4         3
7361        Employment agencies                                    4 233          18 014          82 482              244     130         41        31        26         8       6        1        1         –
7363        Help supply services                                  34 222         115 283         505 374              416     105         23        43        69        64      85       21        3         3
737       Computer and data processing services                   19   206       188    785      798     128       1 199      745       172       109       100         40      23        6        2         2
7371        Computer programming services                          6   259        68    551      301     853         389      238        59        32        34         16       6        3        –         1
7372        Prepackaged software                                   1   236        13    669       59     677          91       41        18        16        13          1       2        –        –         –
7373        Computer integrated systems design                     1   328        11    764       56     140          96       56        13        12        10          1       4        –        –         –
7374        Data processing and preparation                        6   333        53    846      207     668         159       79        23        15        23          7       7        3        1         1
7375        Information retrieval services                             147         1    202        5     458          25       18         2         3         2          –       –        –        –         –

7376        Computer facilities management                            (F)             (D)            (D)                9       3          2         1         –         2        –       –        1         –
7377        Computer rental and leasing                              232            2 734         10 670               18      11          1         3         2         1        –       –        –         –
7378        Computer maintenance and repair                          703            5 827         23 644               82      45         18        10         6         3        –       –        –         –
7379        Computer related services, n.e.c.                      2 083           19 419         89 360              283     210         34        16        10         9        4       –        –         –
738       Miscellaneous business services                         22 114           86   943      373     623       1 412      857       217       129       114         48      33       10        3         1
7381        Detective and armored car services                     7 763           25   391      105     153         212       90        30        23        34         15      15        2        2         1
7382        Security systems services                                836            4   854       19     682          45       15         6        11         9          3       1        –        –         –
7383        News syndicates                                          169            2   585       10     756          10        5         1         2         –          2       –        –        –         –
7384        Photofinishing laboratories                            2 075            9   259       45     439         139       64        48         9         9          2       6        1        –         –
7389        Business services, n.e.c.                             11 263           44   838      192     418         998      676       131        84        62         26      11        7        1         –

75      Auto repair, services, and parking                        21 875         100 228         425 620           4 272     2 903      860       360       116         25        7       1        –         –
751       Automotive rentals, no drivers                           2 967           16   899       70     638          209     118         38        24        15         9        4       1        –         –
7513        Truck rental and leasing, no drivers                     877            6   587       26     033          116      69         23        13         8         3        –       –        –         –
7514        Passenger car rental                                   1 480            5   343       23     426           58      25          8         9         7         5        4       –        –         –
7515        Passenger car leasing                                    545            4   684       20     199           18      12          3         1         –         1        –       1        –         –
7519        Utility trailer rental                                    55                263              940           13       9          3         1         –         –        –       –        –         –
752       Automobile parking                                           935          2 934         12 324              178     139         20        10         6         3        –       –        –         –
753       Automotive repair shops                                 13 549           68   930      292     088       3 219     2 241      674       237         61         6        –       –        –         –
7532        Top and body repair and paint shops                    4 220           23   336       99     812         870       560      188        94         27         1        –       –        –         –
7533        Auto exhaust system repair shops                         817            3   720       15     615         170        96       53        18          3         –        –       –        –         –
7534        Tire retreading and repair shops                         386            2   661       11     054          42        23       10         2          6         1        –       –        –         –
7536        Automotive glass replacement shops                       470            2   954       12     346         125        97       18         7          3         –        –       –        –         –
7537        Automotive transmission repair shops                     637            3   151       13     480         150        96       43         9          2         –        –       –        –         –
7538        General automotive repair shops                        6 104           29   181      122     371       1 604     1 175      317        93         15         4        –       –        –         –
7539        Automotive repair shops, n.e.c.                          835            3   652       15     947         196       137       42        12          5         –        –       –        –         –
754       Automotive services, except repair                       4 400           11 369         49 763              638     378       127         89        34         7        3       –        –         –
7542        Carwashes                                              2 198            4 687         19 711              338     227        57         25        22         6        1       –        –         –
7549        Automotive services, n.e.c.                            2 152            6 586         29 656              273     128        66         64        12         1        2       –        –         –

76      Miscellaneous repair services                              9 406           51 200        220 182           1 677     1 189      279       124         61        19        5       –        –         –
762       Electrical repair shops                                  3 276           17   615       77     623          491     350         72        36        22         7        4       –        –         –
7622        Radio and television repair                              977            4   404       18     831          142     108         14         9         8         2        1       –        –         –
7623        Refrigeration service and repair                         351            2   152        9     937           85      62         15         6         2         –        –       –        –         –
7629        Electrical repair shops, n.e.c.                        1 945           11   055       48     798          258     174         43        21        12         5        3       –        –         –
763       Watch, clock, and jewelry repair                             123              410            1 624           49      43          5         1         –         –        –       –        –         –
764       Reupholstery and furniture repair                            458          1 661              7 121          160     130         22         8         –         –        –       –        –         –
769       Miscellaneous repair shops                               5 479           31   153      131     969          926     619       177         78        39        12        1       –        –         –
7692        Welding repair                                           639            2   431       10     457          135      97        23          8         7         –        –       –        –         –
7694        Armature rewinding shops                                 251            1   471        6     395           38      19        10          5         4         –        –       –        –         –
7699        Repair services, n.e.c.                                4 589           27   251      115     117          753     503       144         65        28        12        1       –        –         –

78      Motion pictures                                            6 828           16 302         70 443              768     351       192       118         98         9        –       –        –         –
781       Motion picture production and services                       838          5 111         22 637              128      85         20        12         8         3        –       –        –         –
7812       Motion picture and video production                         452          3 044         13 036              105      75         16        10         4         –        –       –        –         –
7819       Services allied to motion pictures                          386          2 067          9 601               23      10          4         2         4         3        –       –        –         –
782       Motion picture distribution and services                     223          2 006              8 335           23      10          8         1         3         1        –       –        –         –
7822       Motion picture and tape distribution                         (C)            (D)                (D)          19       9          6         1         2         1        –       –        –         –
7829       Motion picture distribution services                         (B)            (D)                (D)           3       –          2         –         1         –        –       –        –         –
783       Motion picture theaters                                  2 291            3 739         16 697              142      25         27        45        41         4        –       –        –         –
7832       Motion picture theaters, except drive in                2 267            3 712         16 225              131      16         25        45        41         4        –       –        –         –
7833       Drive in motion picture theaters                           24               27            369                9       7          2         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
784       Video tape rental                                        3 466            5 418         22 010              468     225       136         60        46         1        –       –        –         –

79      Amusement and recreation services                         29 659         104 596         641 419           1 943     1 125      282       238       203         61      25        4        –         5
791       Dance studios, schools, and halls                            626          1 051              4 021          117      69         28        16         4         –        –       –        –         –
792       Producers, orchestras, entertainers                      3 710           16 813         84 268              236     128         36        30        26         8        7       1        –         –
7922        Theatrical producers and services                      1 965            8 390         39 751              107      52         17        13        15         5        5       –        –         –
7929        Entertainers and entertainment groups                  1 727            8 414         44 433              126      75         18        16        11         3        2       1        –         –
793       Bowling centers                                          2 407            5 070         19 224              167      62         22        33        43         7        –       –        –         –
794       Commercial sports                                        1 139           21 066        243 878               79      59         11         1         3         –        5       –        –         –
7941        Sports clubs, managers, and promoters                  1 037           20 805        242 347               37      25          4         –         3         –        5       –        –         –
7948       Racing, including track operation                         101              258          1 515               40      32          7         1         –         –        –       –        –         –
799       Misc. amusement, recreation services                    21 708           60   488      288     872       1 296      763       182       158       126         46      13        3        –         5
7991        Physical fitness facilities                            2 674            4   524       18     224         185       85        30        25        34          9       2        –        –         –
7992        Public golf courses                                    1 028            2   361       13     940          78       27        13        21        15          2       –        –        –         –
7993        Coin operated amusement devices                          661            2   235        9     849         100       56        26        13         4          1       –        –        –         –
7996        Amusement parks                                        4 326            6   919       37     001          28       11         6         4         3          1       –        1        –         2
7997        Membership sports and recreation clubs                 5 035           15   071       76     715         334      185        45        35        35         24       9        1        –         –
7999        Amusement and recreation, n.e.c.                       7 954           29   307      131     820         559      389        62        58        35          9       2        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.
16       MISSOURI                                                                                                                                   COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1b.             The State                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability,
 see introductory text]

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

            Services      Con.
80      Health services                                          249 295      1 497 565       6 470 074          8 861     4 513      2 081       981       518       370      266       57       35        40
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                  28 425        315 887       1 521 145          3 132     1 641        767       437       214         48      20        5        –         –
802       Offices and clinics of dentists                         10 623          57 044        269 299          2 044     1 086        729       204         21         4        –       –        –         –
803       Offices of osteopathic physicians                        1 881          13 965         65 143             361      189        125         42         5         –        –       –        –         –
804       Offices of other health practitioners                    6 176          30   318      139    504       1 458     1 094        253         72        30         5        4       –        –         –
8041        Offices and clinics of chiropractors                   1 615           6   012       26    206         639       547         82          8         1         1        –       –        –         –
8042        Offices and clinics of optometrists                    1 361           5   852       26    159         278       162         89         22         5         –        –       –        –         –
8043        Offices and clinics of podiatrists                       379           2   230       10    386         102        73         25          3         1         –        –       –        –         –
8049        Offices of health practitioners, n.e.c.                2 817          16   216       76    636         432       305         57         39        23         4        4       –        –         –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                    46 263        142 601         600 045             672       70          55        61        92      228      156       10        –         –
806       Hospitals                                              129 765        809 965       3 341 119             186       14           1         4         5        12      44       36       31        39
807       Medical and dental laboratories                          3 241          19 689         84 849             275      157          49        32        27         7        2       –        1         –
8071       Medical laboratories                                    2 230          14 581         63 718             130       62          28        15        18         4        2       –        1         –
8072       Dental laboratories                                     1 010           5 106         21 116             143       93          21        17         9         3        –       –        –         –
808       Home health care services                               11 807          43 703        186 692             267       73          24        38        60        41      25        5        1         –
809       Health and allied services, n.e.c.                      10 713          62 403        252 055             366      112          66        85        59        25      15        1        2         1

81      Legal services                                            16 136        141 522         672 272          2 691     1 946        424       194         84        23      18        1        1         –

82      Educational services                                      53 008        263 245       1 145 096             894      306        130       125       183         83      37       16        8         6
821       Elementary and secondary schools                        12 732          50 157        197 251             395       60          59        66      128         65      15        2        –         –
822       Colleges and universities                               36 218        195 320         872 388              99       14           6         9        13        13      16       14        8         6
823       Libraries                                                    556         2 250              9 094          40       23           4         6         5         1        1       –        –         –
824       Vocational schools                                       1 625           9 989         42 600             103       48          17        16        17         2        3       –        –         –
829       Schools and educational services, n.e.c.                 1 793           5 264         22 023             230      140          39        28        19         2        2       –        –         –

83      Social services                                           52 921        148 463         616 729          3 601     1 634        677       641       442       132       62       10        3         –
832       Individual and family services                          10 600          36 665        153 426             895      438        222       115         84        23      10        2        1         –
833       Job training and related services                       10 791          18 982         80 042             246       60          26        29        56        49      23        2        1         –
835       Child day care services                                 11 918          26 786        106 480          1 077       441        203       252       163         15        1       2        –         –
836       Residential care                                        13 848          44 885        189 302             669      193        136       180         99        36      22        2        1         –
839       Social services, n.e.c.                                  4 533          18 765         75 176             375      228          63        43        25         8        6       2        –         –

84      Museums, botanical, zoological gardens                     1 308           5 625         24 286              71       42           7         7         8         5        –       2        –         –
841       Museums and art galleries                                    (F)             (D)              (D)          62       37           6         6         7         5        –       1        –         –
842       Botanical and zoological gardens                             (E)             (D)              (D)           9        5           1         1         1         –        –       1        –         –

86      Membership organizations                                  53 222        166 221         685 247          6 273     3 882      1 210       648       368       114       36       14        1         –
861       Business associations                                    2 038          14 702         59 333             325      229          50        24        16         5        1       –        –         –
862       Professional organizations                               1 064           7 705         31 090             129       83          23        14         6         2        –       1        –         –
863       Labor organizations                                      4 446          16 599         68 461             537      273        137         80        32        14        1       –        –         –
864       Civic and social associations                            8 010          21 212         89 138             857      560        158         69        38        19        9       4        –         –
865       Political organizations                                      92              365            1 609          37       32           4         1         –         –        –       –        –         –
866       Religious organizations                                 35 230          92 736        382 442          4 170     2 560        806       436       268         69      23        7        1         –
869       Membership organizations, n.e.c.                         2 330          12 864         53 066             209      138          30        24         8         5        2       2        –         –

87      Engineering and management services                       45 373        363 641       1 530 705          4 635     3 049        808       398       248         71      45       12        2         2
871       Engineering and architectural services                  17   374      171    804      744    154       1 222       668        241       153       111         29      13        5        1         1
8711        Engineering services                                  12   673      129    367      567    136         674       344        127        88        78         22      10        3        1         1
8712        Architectural services                                 3   550       35    505      147    378         372       217         80        40        25          6       2        2        –         –
8713        Surveying services                                     1   028        6    234       26    145         150        87         31        24         7          –       1        –        –         –
872       Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                   12 018          81 860        331 291          1 665     1 137        333       115         52         9      15        3        1         –
873       Research and testing services                            5 084          23   932      101    308          279      149          53        35        29         9        2       1        –         1
8731        Commercial physical research                             888           8   995       36    388           71       40          17         7         5         1        –       1        –         –
8732        Commercial nonphysical research                        2 931           6   046       25    961           89       46          11        14        10         6        1       –        –         1
8733        Noncommercial research organizations                     287           1   828        7    445           38       24           7         2         4         1        –       –        –         –
8734        Testing laboratories                                     975           7   057       31    235           77       35          18        12        10         1        1       –        –         –
874       Management and public relations                         10 886          85   996      353    719       1 461     1 088        180         95        56        24      15        3        –         –
8741       Management services                                     3 353          21   166       89    284         359       232         56         34        24         9       4        –        –         –
8742       Management consulting services                          4 224          38   994      160    528         678       533         75         35        20         7       7        1        –         –
8743       Public relations services                               1 126           9   259       38    068          99        63         20         11         2         1       –        2        –         –
8744       Facilities support services                               455           2   312       11    056          15         5          3          3         1         2       1        –        –         –
8748       Business consulting, n.e.c.                             1 614          13   957       52    922         278       224         26         12         9         4       3        –        –         –

89      Services, n.e.c.                                             924          6 989          31 415             189      140          28        11         7         3       –        –        –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                              12 490        120 673         568 432             223       58          34        45        38        25      15        6        1         1

            Unclassified establishments                            1 615           4 303         17 631          1 274     1 208          38        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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                           MISSOURI               17

Table 1c.          The State                  Employees and Annual Payroll by Employment Size Class: 1995
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability,
 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                  2 169 026        133 285        179 744        234 100        352 776        273 536        347 204        203 359        151 644         293 378
                 Total payroll, annual ($1,000)           53 346 499       3 116 737     3 551 704      4 938 725      7 544 161      6 307 586      8 375 540      5 145 539      4 289 496      10 077 011


        AGRICULTURAL SERVICES,
         FORESTRY, AND FISHING
          Number of employees                                  10 572          2 142          2 818             (D)         1 656             (D)           318             (D)              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            177 606         36 156         42 213             (D)        27 416             (D)         6 661             (D)              –               –
07      Agricultural services
          Number of employees                                  10 496          2 126              (D)           (D)            (D)            (D)           318             (D)              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            176 253         35 728              (D)           (D)            (D)            (D)         6 661             (D)              –               –
08      Forestry
          Number of employees                                       59             (D)            (D)             –            (D)              –              –              –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                               1 156             (D)            (D)             –            (D)              –              –              –              –               –
09      Fishing, hunting, and trapping
          Number of employees                                       17             (D)            (D)             –              –              –              –              –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                                 197             (D)            (D)             –              –              –              –              –              –               –


        MINING
          Number of employees                                   5 001            241            431             (D)         1 219             (D)         1 145               –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            185 447          6 773         13 707             (D)        42 318             (D)        51 389               –              –               –
10      Metal mining
         Number of employees                                      807               8             (D)           46             (D)            (D)            (D)              –              –               –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                              33 928             173             (D)        1 863             (D)            (D)            (D)              –              –               –
12      Coal mining
          Number of employees                                     277               5              –              –              –            (D)            (D)              –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             18 153              55              –              –              –            (D)            (D)              –              –               –
13      Oil and gas extraction
          Number of employees                                      203            48              (D)           (D)              –            (D)              –              –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                               4 869         1 391              (D)           (D)              –            (D)              –              –              –               –
14      Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels
          Number of employees                                   3 312            173            364            780          1 084            506            405               –              –               –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                              98 401          4 623          8 328         20 366         34 341         16 627         14 116               –              –               –
––      Administrative and auxiliary
          Number of employees                                     402               7            18             (D)            (D)            (D)            (D)              –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             30 096             531         3 876             (D)            (D)            (D)            (D)              –              –               –


        CONSTRUCTION
          Number of employees                                 115 160         15 651         17 659         20 060         24 656         11 714         11 446             (D)         7 591              (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          3 476 676        345 302        370 436        526 597        761 696        431 504        441 594             (D)       326 058              (D)
15      General contractors and operative builders
         Number of employees                                   30 688          5 078          4 976          5 090          5 099          2 781          1 819             (D)            (D)             (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             871 149        112 334         98 899        129 468        145 857         98 942         67 779             (D)            (D)             (D)
16      Heavy construction, except building
          Number of employees                                  12 416              (D)            (D)        1 663             (D)         2 483             (D)         1 698               –               –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             466 895              (D)            (D)       51 064             (D)        98 543             (D)        82 033               –               –
17      Special trade contractors
          Number of employees                                  70 959          9 897         11 672         13 274         15 956          6 450          8 053          1 624          4 033                –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          2 091 141        211 187        246 044        342 326        476 734        234 019        305 963        100 097        174 771                –
––      Administrative and auxiliary
          Number of employees                                   1 097              (D)            (D)           33             (D)              –            (D)              –            (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             47 491              (D)            (D)        3 739             (D)              –            (D)              –            (D)               –


        MANUFACTURING
          Number of employees                                422 933           5 125          9 321         17 303        38 463         44 184         83 869         71 374         58 695          94 599
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                        13 403 736         127 980        196 697        428 080     1 012 873      1 319 090      2 360 786      1 939 272      1 678 414       4 340 544
20      Food and kindred products
          Number of employees                                  40 007            237            459            985          2 043          3 461          8 097          7 067         12 919           4 739
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          1 086 906          5 569          9 509         22 755         51 212         98 082        247 864        171 364        293 426         187 125
21      Tobacco products
          Number of employees                                       (A)            (D)             –              –              –              –              –              –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                                  (D)            (D)             –              –              –              –              –              –              –               –
22      Textile mill products
          Number of employees                                       (F)            17            66             67            329             (D)              –              –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                                  (D)           745         1 226          1 271          7 638             (D)              –              –              –               –
23      Apparel and other textile products
          Number of employees                                  20 174            179            276            545          1 883             (D)         7 105          5 959             (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            296 863          6 533          3 659          8 796         29 037             (D)       102 362         86 348             (D)               –
24      Lumber and wood products
          Number of employees                                  12 707              (D)        1 284          1 524          3 032          2 077          2 142          1 243             (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            230 210              (D)       16 270         24 294         54 040         38 948         42 698         32 228             (D)               –
25      Furniture and fixtures
          Number of employees                                  11 105            171            294            437          1 025          1 294          3 166             (D)         1 778              (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            261 444          6 593          5 724          8 940         23 009         32 027         67 571             (D)        48 050              (D)

26      Paper and allied products
          Number of employees                                  14 109              (D)          130            210            927          1 766          4 943          2 646             (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            426 565              (D)        2 677          4 517         28 051         55 724        144 658         71 373             (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.
18       MISSOURI                                                                                                                                   COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1c.           The State                  Employees and Annual Payroll by Employment Size Class: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability,
 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                                  43 656          1 349          2 132          3 502          5 753          4 961          6 790          4 899          1 888          12 382
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          1 271 006         29 894         39 307         78 530        143 921        164 667        200 209        122 675         49 022         442 781
28      Chemicals and allied products
          Number of employees                                  19 816            220            361            749          1 788          2 867          3 680          4 769             (D)             (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             740 979          6 874          9 257         23 708         57 940        101 992        143 173        173 835             (D)             (D)
29      Petroleum and coal products
          Number of employees                                   1 151             62             75             73            176             (D)            (D)              –            (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             44 423          2 641          2 444          3 406          6 252             (D)            (D)              –            (D)               –

30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics
         products
          Number of employees                                  20 434            147            249            799          2 322          3 022          6 246          5 044             (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            489 108          5 979          5 257         18 349         49 881         75 698        162 797        115 776             (D)             (D)

31      Leather and leather products
          Number of employees                                   5 727              (D)           56            165            539            574             (D)         3 176               –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             86 194              (D)        1 354          2 041          7 489          9 578             (D)        47 585               –               –

32      Stone, clay, and glass products
          Number of employees                                  10 836            215            553          1 379          2 356          1 102          3 010             (D)            (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            316 804          5 462         11 911         34 540         63 701         33 741         98 710             (D)            (D)               –

33      Primary metal industries
          Number of employees                                  10 681             37            118            290            557            822          4 560          1 843          2 454                –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            325 537          1 682          2 834          6 293         12 909         21 431        129 592         48 688        102 108                –

34      Fabricated metal products
          Number of employees                                  36 007            380            798          2 083          4 459          5 302          5 863          5 700          3 963           7 459
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          1 051 175         10 052         18 824         54 037        125 511        148 638        180 228        156 932        103 874         253 079

35      Industrial machinery and equipment
          Number of employees                                  35 553            660          1 374          2 170          4 366          4 331          6 214          7 307          4 897           4 234
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          1 063 203         14 384         35 277         62 864        127 292        150 602        178 984        216 106        147 424         130 270

36      Electronic and other electronic equipment
          Number of employees                                  30 218            111            158            383          1 198          1 415          5 009          6 836          9 816           5 292
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            752 778          2 939          3 188          9 235         28 346         32 161        109 889        176 658        224 900         165 462

37      Transportation equipment
          Number of employees                                  59 709            135            265            459          1 370          2 008          4 402          6 312          4 671         40 087
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          2 456 068          4 128          4 859          8 522         32 012         44 231        104 264        133 896         98 079      2 026 077

38      Instruments and related products
          Number of employees                                  10 137            116            111            276            907          1 222          2 499          1 595          3 411                –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            343 509          2 800          5 094          9 284         24 464         40 555         70 249         47 212        143 851                –

39      Miscellaneous manufacturing industries
          Number of employees                                   8 266            229            285            556          1 376             (D)         2 305          1 355             (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            167 018          3 634          5 131         11 722         28 339             (D)        45 080         35 586             (D)               –

––      Administrative and auxiliary
          Number of employees                                  31 847             79            277            651          2 057          3 281          6 526          4 557          4 058          10 361
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          1 978 482          5 989         12 895         34 976        111 829        197 947        308 851        269 404        245 537         791 054


        TRANSPORTATION AND PUBLIC
         UTILITIES
          Number of employees                                 146 603          6 745          7 528         12 136         20 986         17 255         26 304         14 823         17 543          23 283
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          4 674 201        166 842        168 840        289 819        591 208        535 092        833 547        558 077        648 063         882 713

41      Local and interurban passenger transit
          Number of employees                                  10 373            241            381          1 022          2 312          1 321             (D)            (D)              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            116 513          4 332          3 500          8 059         23 289         14 188             (D)            (D)              –               –

42      Trucking and warehousing
          Number of employees                                  50 144          4 045          3 780          5 169          9 025          6 445          6 034             (D)         4 961              (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          1 360 493         87 081         73 193        114 202        221 643        176 067        184 007             (D)       182 198              (D)

44      Water transportation
         Number of employees                                    1 548            149              (D)          296            517            171             (D)              –              –               –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                              47 779          4 966              (D)        7 825         15 712          5 744             (D)              –              –               –

45      Transportation by air
          Number of employees                                  17 693            198            213            372            624          1 489          2 213             (D)            (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            545 363          5 902          4 249          7 195         17 839         37 317         60 199             (D)            (D)             (D)

46      Pipelines, except natural gas
          Number of employees                                      213            26              (D)           (D)            99               –              –              –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                               9 396         1 315              (D)           (D)         4 160               –              –              –              –               –

47      Transportation services
          Number of employees                                   8 470            990          1 259          1 407            841            519             (D)            (D)            (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            202 588         22 491         26 432         30 626         22 294         11 111             (D)            (D)            (D)               –

48      Communication
          Number of employees                                  36 254            761          1 166          2 637          4 509          3 639          8 409             (D)         4 995              (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           1 426 194         31 173         36 938         75 912        162 430        125 374        317 142             (D)       244 718              (D)

49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services
          Number of employees                                  19 286            302              (D)        1 019          2 814          3 333          3 456          3 770             (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            882 816          8 362              (D)       36 339        113 927        157 678        162 604        175 456             (D)             (D)

––      Administrative and auxiliary
          Number of employees                                   2 622             33              (D)           (D)           245            338             (D)            (D)            (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             83 059          1 220              (D)           (D)         9 914          7 613             (D)            (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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                           MISSOURI               19

Table 1c.          The State                   Employees and Annual Payroll by Employment Size Class: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability,
 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                                 147 146         10 350         17 206         25 183        35 399          20 612         20 342          9 906          1 844           6 304
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          4 673 577        320 640        476 796        723 174     1 073 278         685 614        712 392        357 655         53 756         270 272

50      Wholesale trade durable goods
         Number of employees                                   82 132          6 492         10 836         16 133         21 795         11 579         10 450             (D)            (D)               –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           2 687 972        204 079        311 774        481 369        701 018        403 363        388 724             (D)            (D)               –

51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods
         Number of employees                                   57 612          3 799          6 185          8 839         12 869          8 479          7 633             (D)            (D)             (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           1 638 970        113 559        156 354        232 893        346 012        257 624        230 239             (D)            (D)             (D)

––      Administrative and auxiliary
          Number of employees                                   7 402             59            185            211            735            554          2 259             (D)              –             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            346 635          3 002          8 668          8 912         26 248         24 627         93 429             (D)              –             (D)


        RETAIL TRADE
          Number of employees                                 447 052         27 334         51 292         68 991       109 196         76 880         71 792              (D)         8 251              (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          6 091 544        449 520        639 350        831 686     1 267 948      1 042 467      1 020 883              (D)       219 103              (D)

52      Building materials and garden supplies
          Number of employees                                  16 813          1 438          2 992          3 580          4 081          2 396          2 326               –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            311 369         26 018         53 565         72 390         79 546         44 811         35 039               –              –               –

53      General merchandise stores
         Number of employees                                   58 206            346          1 457          1 372          1 321          3 830         26 595             (D)            (D)             (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             731 960          7 723         12 930         12 377         12 086         45 674        331 237             (D)            (D)             (D)

54      Food stores
          Number of employees                                  57 926          2 453          5 477          6 976         11 272          9 867         18 529             (D)            (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            721 257         31 637         55 584         74 006        132 719        129 615        253 434             (D)            (D)               –

55      Automotive dealers and service stations
          Number of employees                                  53 090          4 469         10 339         11 053         11 695         11 113             (D)            (D)              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          1 154 349         83 632        142 554        174 834        261 818        338 270             (D)            (D)              –               –

56      Apparel and accessory stores
          Number of employees                                  20 491          2 345          5 590          6 153          4 389             (D)            (D)            (D)              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            204 961         29 912         57 836         54 406         40 571             (D)            (D)            (D)              –               –

57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores
          Number of employees                                  16 716          2 656          4 258          3 696          3 002             (D)            (D)              –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            293 650         49 192         69 573         66 303         55 994             (D)            (D)              –              –               –

58      Eating and drinking places
          Number of employees                                 159 998          5 165          9 711         24 643         62 888         40 974         15 029             (D)            (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          1 359 640         88 914         77 083        195 663        506 686        346 703        131 750             (D)            (D)               –

59      Miscellaneous retail
          Number of employees                                  47 175          8 210         11 066         10 854          9 391          3 820          2 163             (D)            (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            708 813        120 726        153 905        159 374        142 976         54 253         41 204             (D)            (D)               –

––      Administrative and auxiliary
          Number of employees                                  16 637            252            402            664          1 157          1 064          2 310          3 050          4 253           3 485
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            605 545         11 766         16 320         22 333         35 552         32 509         78 400         99 104        150 252         159 309


        FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL
         ESTATE
          Number of employees                                 143 687         14 396         12 750         16 646         23 855         15 080         20 145          9 197         10 639          20 979
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          4 391 490        376 887        324 870        445 122        687 628        529 991        679 168        316 772        351 500         679 552

60      Depository institutions
          Number of employees                                  46 147          1 220          3 753          7 937         10 291          4 864          5 842          2 401             (D)             (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           1 146 526         29 145         71 626        162 191        233 046        124 809        160 824         69 507             (D)             (D)

61      Nondepository institutions
          Number of employees                                   9 276            841          1 160            805             (D)           894             (D)         1 023               –             (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             307 677         33 761         34 430         26 659             (D)        36 864             (D)        54 365               –             (D)

62      Security and commodity brokers
          Number of employees                                  11 054          1 064            372            573          1 551          1 404            925             (D)            (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            543 599         48 623         24 238         28 706         95 460         91 719         59 755             (D)            (D)             (D)

63      Insurance carriers
          Number of employees                                  28 660            812            882          1 203          3 341          2 333          6 493          2 381          5 357           5 858
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          1 010 034         40 228         31 630         37 865        107 649         83 280        213 750         83 138        190 643         221 851

64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service
          Number of employees                                  14 393          4 647          2 208          1 847          2 039          1 588             (D)            (D)              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            432 742         95 710         60 646         59 640         71 636         66 420             (D)            (D)              –               –

65      Real estate
          Number of employees                                  25 576          5 393          4 046          3 692          4 682          2 921          2 918             (D)              –             (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             519 984        106 179         82 464         78 311         90 158         74 634         61 391             (D)              –             (D)

67      Holding and other investment offices
          Number of employees                                   7 709            408            329            527             (D)            (D)            (D)         1 285               –             (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             374 445         22 724         19 836         48 398             (D)            (D)            (D)        49 165               –             (D)

––      Administrative and auxiliary
          Number of employees                                     872              11              –            62             (D)            (D)            (D)            (D)              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             56 483             517              –         3 352             (D)            (D)            (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.
20       MISSOURI                                                                                                                                   COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1c.          The State                 Employees and Annual Payroll by Employment Size Class: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability,
 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                                729 257          50 534        60 479         70 317         97 104         86 078        111 843         64 620         47 081         141 201
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                        16 254 591       1 274 432     1 317 063      1 627 850      2 078 080      1 707 959      2 269 120      1 321 594      1 012 602       3 645 891

70      Hotels and other lodging places
          Number of employees                                  26 992            913          1 142          2 673          4 832          3 782          5 673          4 631          3 346                –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             344 705         21 123         11 901         30 377         56 648         42 961         73 344         66 645         41 706                –

72      Personal services
          Number of employees                                  31 009          5 562          6 633          6 415          4 618          2 127          2 663             (D)              –             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            382 378         66 065         78 086         83 567         68 516         37 518         27 938             (D)              –             (D)

73      Business services
          Number of employees                                 118 811          5 832          7 221          9 209         16 270         15 279         26 495         14 941          7 128          16 436
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          2 425 588        159 025        154 588        221 315        383 790        351 700        491 453        225 756        138 636         299 325

75      Auto repair, services, and parking
          Number of employees                                  21 875          5 153          5 553          4 608          3 304          1 818             (D)            (D)              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            425 620         97 174        105 477         91 077         66 309         36 560             (D)            (D)              –               –

76      Miscellaneous repair services
          Number of employees                                   9 406          2 055          1 760          1 653          1 802          1 242            894               –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            220 182         37 786         37 493         41 432         49 671         36 535         17 265               –              –               –

78      Motion pictures
         Number of employees                                    6 828            684          1 249          1 595          2 707            593               –              –              –               –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                              70 443         11 176         12 032         14 363         22 167         10 705               –              –              –               –

79      Amusement and recreation services
         Number of employees                                   29 659          1 538          1 853          3 212          6 332          3 982          3 516          1 554               –          7 672
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             641 419        109 130         23 664         34 157         76 863         58 341        205 068         38 617               –         95 579

80      Health services
          Number of employees                                 249 295          9 327         13 385         12 969         15 931         26 474         39 050         20 029         24 925         87 205
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           6 470 074        375 055        493 239        570 430        505 681        511 544        691 869        399 756        574 097      2 348 403

81      Legal services
          Number of employees                                  16 136          3 240          2 782          2 560          2 364          1 490             (D)            (D)            (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            672 272         88 900         83 381        105 844        135 355         75 707             (D)            (D)            (D)               –

82      Educational services
          Number of employees                                  53 008            507            880          1 718          5 695          5 594          6 050          5 471          5 998          21 095
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          1 145 096         10 562         11 503         23 040         84 713         93 272        111 915         89 488         72 335         648 268

83      Social services
          Number of employees                                  52 921          2 927          4 515          8 728         12 991          9 001          9 241          3 384          2 134                –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            616 729         42 287         53 733         98 876        153 801        101 420         99 840         41 173         25 599                –

84      Museums, botanical, zoological gardens
         Number of employees                                    1 308             87              (D)           (D)           218            280               –            (D)              –               –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                              24 286          1 244              (D)           (D)         3 272          5 016               –            (D)              –               –

86      Membership organizations
         Number of employees                                   53 222          7 578          7 788          8 750         11 126          7 326          5 020             (D)            (D)               –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             685 247         82 050         87 826        108 169        155 401        101 353         66 584             (D)            (D)               –

87      Engineering and management services
          Number of employees                                  45 373          4 806          5 254          5 389          7 652          5 069          7 146          4 128             (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          1 530 705        156 832        150 091        177 128        270 949        169 710        260 121        137 395             (D)             (D)

89      Services, n.e.c.
          Number of employees                                     924            209              (D)           (D)           210            180               –              –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             31 415          8 049              (D)           (D)         8 466          5 274               –              –              –               –

––      Administrative and auxiliary
          Number of employees                                  12 490            116            231            622          1 052          1 841             (D)         2 412             (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            568 432          7 974          8 915         21 914         36 478         70 343             (D)       211 382             (D)             (D)


        UNCLASSIFIED
         ESTABLISHMENTS
          Number of employees                                   1 615            767            260             (D)           242             (D)              –              –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             17 631         12 205          1 732             (D)         1 716             (D)              –              –              –               –

          Note: Employment size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J    10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                       MISSOURI             21

Table 1d.          The State Establishments With 1,000 Employees or More by Major Group and
                   Employment Size Class: 1995
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliabililty/comparability, 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                                                                               137                       67                      40                      25                      5

           Construction                                                                                1                       –                       1                       –                      –
15     General contractors and operative builders                                                      1                       –                       1                       –                      –

           Manufacturing                                                                             41                       26                       8                       5                      2
20     Food and kindred products                                                                       3                       2                       1                       –                      –
25     Furniture and fixtures                                                                          2                       1                       1                       –                      –
26     Paper and allied products                                                                       2                       2                       –                       –                      –
27     Printing and publishing                                                                         6                       4                       1                       –                      1
28     Chemicals and allied products                                                                   3                       2                       1                       –                      –

30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                                                      1                       1                       –                       –                      –
34     Fabricated metal products                                                                       4                       2                       1                       1                      –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                                                              3                       2                       1                       –                      –
36     Electronic and other electronic equipment                                                       4                       3                       1                       –                      –
37     Transportation equipment                                                                        7                       3                       –                       3                      1
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                                                    6                       4                       1                       1                      –

           Transportation and public utilities                                                         8                       1                       3                       3                      1
42     Trucking and warehousing                                                                        2                       –                       1                       1                      –
45     Transportation by air                                                                           3                       1                       –                       1                      1
48     Communication                                                                                   2                       –                       1                       1                      –
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                                                            1                       –                       1                       –                      –

            Wholesale trade                                                                            5                       4                       1                       –                       –
51     Wholesale trade nondurable goods                                                                3                       3                       –                       –                      –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                                                    2                       1                       1                       –                      –

            Retail trade                                                                               4                       3                       1                       –                       –
53     General merchandise stores                                                                      1                       –                       1                       –                      –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                                                    3                       3                       –                       –                      –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                                                      13                        7                       5                       1                       –
60     Depository institutions                                                                         3                       1                       2                       –                      –
61     Nondepository institutions                                                                      2                       2                       –                       –                      –
62     Security and commodity brokers                                                                  2                       –                       1                       1                      –
63     Insurance carriers                                                                              4                       3                       1                       –                      –
65     Real estate                                                                                     1                       1                       –                       –                      –
67     Holding and other investment offices                                                            1                       –                       1                       –                      –

            Services                                                                                 65                       26                      21                      16                      2
72     Personal services                                                                              1                        1                       –                       –                      –
73     Business services                                                                             10                        6                       2                       2                      –
79     Amusement and recreation services                                                              5                        3                       1                       1                      –
80     Health services                                                                               40                       13                      16                      10                      1
82     Educational services                                                                           6                        3                       1                       1                      1
87     Engineering and management services                                                            2                        –                       1                       1                      –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                                                   1                        –                       –                       1                      –
22      MISSOURI                                                                                                                             COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 1e.         The State               Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by County: 1995 and 1994
[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, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

                                                                                     1995                                                                     1994

                                                                            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                                             139 980         2 169   026      12 747   695      53 346   499         138 274         2 101    239     11 666   264       50 161   688
Adair                                                           640             8   934          34   697         149   600             640             8    676         32   195          140   309
Andrew                                                          231             1   620           5   621          25   625             230             1    662          5   061           25   003
Atchison                                                        250             1   459           4   296          19   004             245             1    308          3   959           17   980
Audrain                                                         628             7   829          40   182         165   481             604             7    459         35   327          150   074
Barry                                                           719            11   678          52   253         221   541             687            11    516         46   605          207   749
Barton                                                          265             4   690          18   748          80   414             268             4    480         17   237           76   095
Bates                                                           378             2   814           9   749          40   017             374             2    740          8   986           38   569
Benton                                                          400             2   256           7   130          32   710             395             2    218          6   345           29   163
Bollinger                                                       173             1   360           4   384          17   960             175             1    316          4   226           17   679
Boone                                                         3 478            56   713         274   255       1 169   243           3 388            53    320        244   604        1 089   900
Buchanan                                                      2 293            34   895         177   672         767   396           2 270            33    868        167   647          722   640
Butler                                                        1 033            13   066          54   778         240   290           1 018            11    553         45   278          206   211
Caldwell                                                        170             1   292           3   917          16   037             158             1    155          3   613           16   056
Callaway                                                        626             9   742          51   241         216   784             617             9    448         47   982          201   499
Camden                                                        1 338            10   419          38   358         178   178           1 308             9    814         33   475          163   040
Cape Girardeau                                                2 214            34   093         155   593         660   406           2 180            31    049        135   114          598   109
Carroll                                                         246             2   200           7   749          31   423             243             2    001          6   414           28   977
Carter                                                          132                 892           2   597          12   599             133                  816          2   298           11   341
Cass                                                          1 489            12   448          47   409         208   521           1 442             11   930         43   366          196   402
Cedar                                                           296             2   435           8   081          35   277             294              2   352          7   553           33   702
Chariton                                                        234             1   453           5   825          25   551             231              1   567          6   087           26   697
Christian                                                       962             8   353          31   732         134   981             945              7   717         27   599          124   274
Clark                                                           153                 898           2   707          12   219             153                  883          2   478           11   763
Clay                                                          4 406            72   541         454   519       1 884   558           4 296             66   562        395   002        1 699   421
Clinton                                                         403             3   060          11   545          48   469             406              3   138         10   535           43   557
Cole                                                          2 033            28   245         139   113         601   735           1 969             29   005        134   959          594   850
Cooper                                                          380             4   044          14   363          61   770             375              3   843         13   278           61   769
Crawford                                                        461             5   428          22   068          88   748             459              4   670         15   750           73   154
Dade                                                            147             1   201           4   084          16   527             135              1   121          3   574           16   385
Dallas                                                          262             2   716           7   260          29   842             258              2   504          6   424           28   256
Daviess                                                         179             1   175           3   687          16   108             170              1   128          3   230           14   700
De Kalb                                                         165             1   122           3   936          16   672             168              1   029          3   639           16   268
Dent                                                            328             3   911          18   388          71   118             318              3   578         15   807           64   455
Douglas                                                         189             2   077           6   578          26   833             184              1   952          6   758           27   726
Dunklin                                                         769             7   597          28   630         124   507             777              7   024         25   105          109   667
Franklin                                                      2 223            29   475         141   655         599   078           2 175             27   931        124   277          558   299
Gasconade                                                       431             4   166          17   224          73   740             431              4   171         15   856           71   382
Gentry                                                          210             1   578           5   814          24   405             213              1   666          5   274           23   145
Greene                                                        7 269           119   485         578   092       2 437   955           7 177            113   127        520   718        2 339   870
Grundy                                                          285             2   860          12   291          50   305             292              2   849         11   972           50   257
Harrison                                                        255             2   025           6   324          27   861             253              2   059          6   042           26   613
Henry                                                           610             5   942          25   483         108   002             632              6   293         24   273          101   783
Hickory                                                         141                 712           1   832           8   006             138                  752          1   753            7   896
Holt                                                            149                 954           3   458          14   840             138              1   059          3   340           15   027
Howard                                                          210             1   763           6   300          25   236             206              1   717          5   968           25   916
Howell                                                          938            12   092          45   892         195   140             904             11   883         42   351          184   414
Iron                                                            235             2   121          11   671          47   901             232              2   132         10   752           47   267
Jackson                                                      17 831           336   450       2 221   595       9 316   196          17 606            330   382      2 009   902        8 659   493
Jasper                                                        3 103            51   714         250   190       1 072   702           3 079             48   190        210   004          918   133
Jefferson                                                     3 086            30   475         140   957         601   977           3 087             29   210        125   584          562   864
Johnson                                                         776             8   841          36   076         139   729             770              8   666         30   925          130   486
Knox                                                            115                 535           1   682           7   576             107                  537          1   945            7   322
Laclede                                                         817            10   287          42   531         179   939             805              9   535         36   103          172   740
Lafayette                                                       757             6   755          23   550         100   547             717              6   522         21   572           96   059
Lawrence                                                        565             5   997          24   455         105   964             571              6   277         23   625          104   792
Lewis                                                           235             1   970           7   934          34   295             231              1   694          6   615           29   728
Lincoln                                                         660             5   691          23   854         103   083             635              5   108         19   740           90   171
Linn                                                            351             4   532          20   435          80   369             356              4   612         18   510           75   713
Livingston                                                      476             4   996          20   436          85   981             459              4   918         18   832           81   146
McDonald                                                        316             3   884          15   669          65   172             319              3   600         12   550           54   664
Macon                                                           360             3   494          12   442          54   413             350              3   450         10   913           51   483
Madison                                                         263             2   777           9   504          38   489             271              2   582          8   001           35   890
Maries                                                          155             1   053           4   020          17   745             157                  994          3   816           16   667
Marion                                                          817            11   225          52   301         215   694             810             10   807         45   233          200   875
Mercer                                                           78                 438           1   676           7   662              81                  432          1   426            6   531
Miller                                                          719             6   647          25   830         117   479             713              5   917         22   831          112   812
Mississippi                                                     288             2   621           9   243          38   636             283              2   713          8   881           37   337
Moniteau                                                        324             3   072          11   668          46   631             320              2   868         10   325           44   777
Monroe                                                          227             2   090           8   994          39   370             224              1   976          7   839           37   775
Montgomery                                                      348             3   084          10   640          45   720             343              2   958          9   547           43   378
Morgan                                                          471             2   926           9   107          42   037             453              2   787          8   055           38   249
New Madrid                                                      373             4   581          20   787          81   380             375              5   414         26   803          120   474
Newton                                                          870            12   395          57   639         234   626             871             13   843         59   059          266   753
Nodaway                                                         496             5   986          24   621         102   535             507              5   530         21   712           95   378
Oregon                                                          212             1   440           4   322          18   675             203              1   345          3   664           17   411
Osage                                                           243             2   214          10   105          41   894             240              2   190          9   426           44   180
Ozark                                                           169                 964           2   933          12   310             178                  870          2   637           12   136
Pemiscot                                                        369             4   333          15   459          70   386             370              4   198         13   498           59   860
Perry                                                           443             7   497          33   125         140   987             422              7   047         29   065          129   134
Pettis                                                        1 030            15   456          66   128         295   510           1 013             13   638         57   292          259   524
Phelps                                                        1 030            10   031          35   929         154   533             993              9   689         32   377          145   569
Pike                                                            409             3   435          17   651          68   531             421              3   507         16   074           68   297
Platte                                                        1 585            28   113         156   347         641   207           1 549             25   859        143   973          609   558
Polk                                                            522             7   030          21   317          92   355             490              6   125         18   601           83   162
Pulaski                                                         638             5   240          18   527          78   678             629              5   031         17   678           75   008
Putnam                                                          119                 692           2   011           8   908             125                  729          1   841            8   703
Ralls                                                           165             1   934           8   715          38   393             166              1   961          8   729           38   857
Randolph                                                        576             6   784          29   210         127   015             567              6   669         29   646          124   337
Ray                                                             406             2   873           9   743          41   802             406              2   681          8   607           38   753
Reynolds                                                        156             1   838           9   050          37   398             149              1   806          7   621           33   232

         Note: Employment size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J   10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                  MISSOURI                  23

Table 1e.         The State               Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by County: 1995 and 1994 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, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

                                                                                     1995                                                                      1994

                                                                            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

Ripley                                                          252             1   806           5   691          24      286           241             1   702          5    224          23      403
St. Charles                                                   5 306            68   426         366   141       1 582      057         5 153            65   569        326    429       1 495      039
St. Clair                                                       187             1   253           4   112          17      203           177             1   308          4    110          16      583
Ste. Genevieve                                                  362             4   874          23   038         101      238           347             4   722         20    936          95      670
St. Francois                                                  1 130            15   221          59   487         263      685         1 114            13   858         50    880         230      508

St. Louis                                                    29 630           528 032         3 713   768      15 384      414        29 378           529 458        3 578    894      14 996      169
Saline                                                          590             7 365            31   456         130      886           588             7 117           26    913         116      874
Schuyler                                                         94               394             1   222           5      029           105               389            1    151           5      209
Scotland                                                        151               909             2   862          11      492           158               948            2    658          11      613
Scott                                                         1 156            12 337            52   049         225      913         1 130            12 587           52    690         229      323

Shannon                                                         132             1   513           4   236             17   795           136             1   449           3   995             17   767
Shelby                                                          194             1   513           5   946             27   536           199             1   391           5   618             26   058
Stoddard                                                        721             8   309          31   648            130   208           729             7   999          30   311            132   283
Stone                                                           640             3   930          13   813             67   799           641             3   627          12   497             67   152
Sullivan                                                        113             1   597           6   282             25   379           125             1   396           4   897             21   773

Taney                                                         1 679            15   400          54   780            294   003         1 680            14   679          48   391            278   106
Texas                                                           492             4   909          17   850             75   290           489             4   648          15   823             70   035
Vernon                                                          476             5   790          24   995            101   759           465             5   420          23   965             96   478
Warren                                                          497             5   863          23   539            103   018           471             5   270          20   641             94   371
Washington                                                      293             1   874           6   995             31   161           289             1   915           6   682             31   043

Wayne                                                           219             1 663             4 803            21      288           213             1 868            5 256             20      879
Webster                                                         541             4 725            18 457            74      502           539             4 472           15 644             70      501
Worth                                                            69               329               803             3      473            67               337              753              3      364
Wright                                                          405             3 712            14 313            55      768           389             4 157           13 977             56      722
St. Louis (IC)                                               10 665           284 665         2 119 183         8 654      441        10 714           269 652        1 864 011          7 768      294

     Statewide                                                    11                398            2 637              11 734              12                 393           2 755               11 751

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

Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        ADAIR

                 Total                                             8 934          34 697        149 600             640     330       148        84        52       11        7        7        1        –

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               18              43              202            4       1         3         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              268             993             5 160          50      27        15         5         3         –       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                     138             502             2 718          26      12        11         2         1         –       –        –        –        –

            Manufacturing                                          1 702           9 819         39 501              16       4         1         5         1         –       2        3        –        –
20      Food and kindred products                                      (E)            (D)               (D)           3       1         –         1         –         –       –        1        –        –

27      Printing and publishing                                        (E)            (D)               (D)           6       1         –         3         1         –       1        –        –        –

31      Leather and leather products                                   (E)            (D)               (D)           1       –         –         –         –         –       –        1        –        –

37      Transportation equipment                                      (C)             (D)               (D)           1       –         –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –

38      Instruments and related products                               (E)            (D)               (D)           1       –         –         –         –         –       –        1        –        –

            Transportation and public utilities                       290          1 671              7 014          27      11         7         5         3         1       –        –        –        –
48      Communication                                                 141             700             2 990           8       1         2         3         1         1       –        –        –        –

            Wholesale trade                                           334          1 393              5 751          40      15        11         9         5         –       –        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 (C)             (D)               (D)          22      11         6         3         2         –       –        –        –        –

51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              161             791             3 344          17       4         5         6         2         –       –        –        –        –

            Retail trade                                           2 427           5 992         25 400             182      86        39        28        23         3       1        2        –        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                        110             409             1 910          12       5         2         3         2         –       –        –        –        –

53      General merchandise stores                                     (E)            (D)               (D)           4       –         –         1         2         –       –        1        –        –

54      Food stores                                                   331             701             2 979          14       5         4         3         1         –       1        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              322            684              2 912          11       3         3         3         1         –       1        –        –        –

55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       262            970              4 325          40      24        10         3         2         1       –        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                    102            502              2 307           3       –         –         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   115            288              1 279          24      13         9         2         –         –       –        –        –        –

56      Apparel and accessory stores                                  (C)             (D)               (D)          17       9         2         4         2         –       –        –        –        –

58      Eating and drinking places                                    931          1 516              6 522          49      16         9         8        13         2       –        1        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             817          1 392              5 826          30       6         4         6        11         2       –        1        –        –

59      Miscellaneous retail                                          135            480              2 250          32      21         7         4         –         –       –        –        –        –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       261          1 201              5 010          49      40         4         2         1         2       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       156            712              2 940           9       5         1         –         1         2       –        –        –        –

            Services                                               3 632          13 583         61 472             264     138        68        30        16         5       4        2        1        –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                               149            218              1 081           6       –         –         3         2         1       –        –        –        –
701       Hotels and motels                                           149            218              1 081           6       –         –         3         2         1       –        –        –        –

72      Personal services                                             141            357              1 458          20       9         8         1         2         –       –        –        –        –

73      Business services                                             382            972              3 481          20      11         5         1         1         –       2        –        –        –
736       Personnel supply services                                   289            548              1 536           3       –         1         –         –         –       2        –        –        –
7363        Help supply services                                      289            548              1 536           3       –         1         –         –         –       2        –        –        –

80      Health services                                            1 467           6 804         32 485              67      31        21         9         2         1       1        1        1        –
803       Offices of osteopathic physicians                           100            812              4 486          25      16         6         3         –         –       –        –        –        –

82      Educational services                                           (E)            (D)               (D)           6       2         1         1         1         –       –        1        –        –

83      Social services                                               505          1 454              6 412          29      11         6         5         4         2       1        –        –        –
832       Individual and family services                              247            783              3 623          13       7         2         1         2         –       1        –        –        –
836       Residential care                                            130            316              1 280           7       1         2         2         1         1       –        –        –        –

86      Membership organizations                                      264            399              1 795          44      29         7         4         3         1       –        –        –        –
864       Civic and social associations                               108              99              423           13      10         –         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
866       Religious organizations                                     115            206               985           23      15         5         1         2         –       –        –        –        –

            Unclassified establishments                                 2               2               90            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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                           MISSOURI           25

Table 2.          Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        ANDREW
                 Total                                             1 620           5 621         25 625                231    138      50        26        12         4       1        –        –        –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing                37             99                 647            4      2       1         –         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                     (B)            (D)                  (D)           7      3       2         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              178            984              5   067           41     27       9         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                              (B)            (D)                  (D)           4      1       1         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       105            508              2   169           19     14       3         –         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                             99           401              1   838           14      8       4         –         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                              525          1 498              6   433           56     23      15        12         5         1       –        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   105            340              1   371           11      3       5         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              105            340              1   371           11      3       5         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       126            507              2 319             16      6       4         6         –         –       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    174            311              1 319             14      6       1         4         3         –       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             168            307              1 237              9      1       1         4         3         –       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                        74            265              1 237             21     15       4         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  524          1 449              6 207             61     41      11         4         1         3       1        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               279            764              3 214             11      7       –         1         –         2       1        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                 1               2                  43            4      4       –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –


        ATCHISON
                 Total                                             1 459           4 296         19 004                250    177      41        18         8         5       1        –        –        –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing                10              12                  72            4      3       1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Construction                                                45             199             1   001           19     17       1         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                               29              74                 332            9      6       2         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                        118             530             2   384           35     27       5         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                            128             621             2   729           20      6       9         5         –         –       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              113             571             2   556           16      3       9         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                              511            933              4 502             63     41       9         6         5         2       –        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       150            365              1 648             10      5       1         2         1         1       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   119            253              1 200              6      2       1         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    102            174                  894           19     13       3         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                          134              97                 591           19     16       2         –         –         1       –        –        –        –
591       Drug stores and proprietary stores                          104              56                 313            5      3       1         –         –         1       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                        98            367              1 703             25     18       5         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  517          1 555              6 239             72     56       9         1         2         3       1        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               248          1 016              4 069             10      4       3         –         –         2       1        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                 3               5                  42            3      3       –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –


        AUDRAIN
                 Total                                             7 829          40 182        165 481                628    363     127        69        43       13        9        3        1        –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing                (B)             (D)               (D)             5      3       1         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Mining                                                      (B)             (D)               (D)             3      1       –         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Construction                                               245             929             4 672             59     41      11         5         2         –       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                     140             501             2 309             36     25       9         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                          2 753          20 219         79 244                 39     13       3         2         6         5       7        3        –        –
23      Apparel and other textile products                           192             627          2 987                  5      1       –         –         2         2       –        –        –        –
239       Misc. fabricated textile products                          192             627          2 683                  4      –       –         –         2         2       –        –        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      (C)             (D)                 (D)            4      3       –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
26      Paper and allied products                                      (E)            (D)                 (D)            1      –       –         –         –         –       –        1        –        –
28      Chemicals and allied products                                 (C)             (D)                 (D)            1      –       –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    192            855              3 856              3      –       –         –         –         3       –        –        –        –
308      Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                      192            855              3 856              3      –       –         –         –         3       –        –        –        –
32      Stone, clay, and glass products                            1 216          11 253         42 316                  7      2       –         –         –         –       3        2        –        –
33      Primary metal industries                                      (C)             (D)                 (D)            2      1       –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                  (C)             (D)                 (D)            1      –       –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       234          1 998              8 663             34     22       6         3         2         1       –        –        –        –
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          114          1 269              5 309              5      1       2         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                           397          1 746              7 778             50     24      13        10         2         1       –        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 216            954              4 247             24     12       7         2         2         1       –        –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           103            460              2 072             10      4       4         1         –         1       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              181            792              3 531             26     12       6         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.
26       MISSOURI                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        AUDRAIN Con.
            Retail trade                                           1 627           4 161         18 047             158      72        41        22        20         2       1        –        –        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                        102             360             1 759          14       6         4         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                    (C)             (D)               (D)           4       1         1         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   308            846              3 644          18       6         6         1         3         2       –        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              291            815              3 517          14       4         4         1         3         2       –        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       210            684              3 289          31      12        14         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
56      Apparel and accessory stores                                  (C)             (D)               (D)          11       3         5         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    466            744              3 285          33      14         2         6        11         –       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             418            694              3 002          25       7         2         6        10         –       –        –        –        –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                          154            410              1 647          35      22         8         5         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       302          1 411              5 711          67      49         9         6         3         –       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       177            910              3 673          16       4         5         4         3         –       –        –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                             133            729              2 879          12       3         4         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                               2 222           9 476         39 980             207     132        43        18         8         4       1        –        1        –
72      Personal services                                             186            665              2 722          19      11         4         2         1         1       –        –        –        –
721       Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                     140            497              2 132           6       2         1         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
80      Health services                                            1 208           6 430         27 090              55      32        15         4         1         1       1        –        1        –
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                     120           1 178          5 707              30      20         8         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                       211             568          2 411               3       –         –         –         1         1       1        –        –        –
82      Educational services                                          131            672              2 613           4       –         2         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
821       Elementary and secondary schools                            131            672              2 613           4       –         2         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
83      Social services                                               162            224               941           15       8         2         3         1         1       –        –        –        –
86      Membership organizations                                      192            291              1 193          42      31         8         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                 6              19               59            6       6         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –



        BARRY

                 Total                                            11 678          52 253        221 541             719     431       132        71        49       14       15        3        3        1
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               38             111              549            8       5         2         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    (A)             (D)               (D)           1       1         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              235             860             4 000          61      43        14         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                     131             412             1 896          41      29        10         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                          6 572          34 024        140 309              66      18         8         8        14         5       6        3        3        1
20      Food and kindred products                                  2 238           9 700         42 467              10       1         1         –         2         1       3        –        2        –
201       Meat products                                            1 901           7 575         32 917               5       1         –         –         –         –       2        –        2        –
31      Leather and leather products                                   (F)            (D)               (D)           2       –         –         –         –         –       –        2        –        –
33      Primary metal industries                                      494          3 374         12 883               3       –         –         –         –         –       2        1        –        –
34      Fabricated metal products                                     (G)             (D)               (D)           6       1         1         1         2         –       –        –        –        1
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                         1 062           5 944         24 001              12       3         1         1         5         1       –        –        1        –
39      Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                        (C)             (D)               (D)           4       1         1         –         1         –       1        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       266          1 393              6 730          39      24         5         6         4         –       –        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      146            548              2 440          27      20         1         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                   139            521              2 380          26      20         –         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                           481          2 108              9 274          60      34        10        11         4         –       1        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 352          1 608              7 227          38      20         8         6         3         –       1        –        –        –
501      Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                          231          1 126              5 287          16       6         4         3         2         –       1        –        –        –
5014       Tires and tubes                                            181            949              4 514          10       6         –         1         2         –       1        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              129            500              2 047          22      14         2         5         1         –       –        –        –        –

            Retail trade                                           1 592           4 414         17 928             186      93        53        22        13         3       2        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                    276            859              3 209           7       2         2         –         1         –       2        –        –        –

54      Food stores                                                   318            804              3 516          28       8         8         8         3         1       –        –        –        –

55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       226            864              3 815          36      17        15         1         3         –       –        –        –        –

58      Eating and drinking places                                    446            713              3 174          50      24        13         8         3         2       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             394            645              2 739          31       9        10         7         3         2       –        –        –        –

59      Miscellaneous retail                                          165            412              1 655          34      22         8         3         1         –       –        –        –        –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       330          1 470              6 336          56      42         6         2         6         –       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       239          1 233              5 281          16       6         2         2         6         –       –        –        –        –
602       Commercial banks                                            239          1 233              5 281          16       6         2         2         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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                           MISSOURI           27

Table 2.         Counties                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        BARRY Con.
            Services                                               2 138           7 816         36     225          233    164        34        17         6         6       6        –        –        –
73      Business services                                            505           2 986         15     596           29     17         3         3         3         1       2        –        –        –
736       Personnel supply services                                  254             774          2     997            6      1         –         1         2         1       1        –        –        –
7363        Help supply services                                     254             774          2     997            6      1         –         1         2         1       1        –        –        –
80      Health services                                              751           2 808         11     950           28     15         4         2         –         4       3        –        –        –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                       379             998          4     186            7      1         1         –         –         4       1        –        –        –
83      Social services                                              328             574          2     323           24     14         6         1         1         1       1        –        –        –
836       Residential care                                           202             326          1     345            9      4         3         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
86      Membership organizations                                     120             198                852           37     31         3         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
866       Religious organizations                                    104             162                699           31     27         1         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                               (B)             (D)               (D)            9      7         –         2         –         –       –        –        –        –


        BARTON
                 Total                                             4 690          18 748         80 414              265    152        55        26        23         6       1        –        1        1
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              12               30             65               3      2         1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                             123             428          2 239               26     16         7         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                          2 545          11 949         50 810               17      7         3         3         2         –       –        –        1        1
25      Furniture and fixtures                                       (G)              (D)            (D)               1      –         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        1
34      Fabricated metal products                                      (F)            (D)               (D)            1      –         –         –         –         –       –        –        1        –
           Transportation and public utilities                         72            447              1 939           11      7         1         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                            273          1 024              4 590           26      6        11         5         4         –       –        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 135            494              2 071           12      3         4         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              138             530             2 519           14      3         7         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
           Retail trade                                               790          1 608              6 857           71     41        11         6         9         4       –        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                     (C)            (D)                (D)           4      2         1         –         –         1       –        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   110             267             1 097            8      2         4         1         –         1       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    393            441              2 036           17      4         1         3         7         2       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             354            398              1 847           13      2         –         3         6         2       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       184          1 041              4 132           28     17         4         5         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  682          2 206              9 715           77     51        16         3         4         2       1        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               293          1 143              4 883           11      3         6         –         –         1       1        –        –        –
83      Social services                                               122            205                868           11      4         3         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
87      Engineering and management services                           (C)             (D)               (D)            5      4         –         –         –         1       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                 9              15                67            6      5         1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –


        BATES
                 Total                                             2 814           9 749         40 017              378    243        71        32        23         6       3        –        –        –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing                (A)            (D)                (D)           5      4         1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Mining                                                      (B)            (D)                (D)           8      6         –         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Construction                                                 79           293              1 372           29     22         6         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                              377          1 370              5 579           20      8         4         2         3         2       1        –        –        –
26      Paper and allied products                                      (C)            (D)                (D)           1      –         –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       299          1 627              6 468           37     25         7         2         2         1       –        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      194          1 089              4 235           21     15         4         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                   194          1 089              4 235           21     15         4         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                            205             791             3 391           32     15         8         8         1         –       –        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 101             400             1 749           14      6         4         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              104             391             1 642           18      9         4         5         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Retail trade                                               908          2 266              8 503           97     53        22         8        12         1       1        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                     (C)            (D)                (D)           2      –         1         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   222             427             1 753           14      3         4         3         3         1       –        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       151            664              2 312           21     10         6         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    263            379              1 542           17      5         5         1         6         –       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             219            339              1 413           14      4         4         1         5         –       –        –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                        174            763              3 090           34     22         5         6         1         –       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       110            522              2 167           12      5         1         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                             110            522              2 167           12      5         1         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  724          2 406         10 333              108     80        18         3         4         2       1        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               427          1 791          7 717               18     10         3         –         2         2       1        –        –        –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                        162            593          2 603                3      –         1         –         –         2       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                 2               5                39            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.
28       MISSOURI                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.         Counties                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        BENTON
                 Total                                             2 256           7 130         32 710              400     283       65        33        13         4       2        –        –        –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing                (A)             (D)               (D)           6       5        1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Mining                                                      (A)             (D)               (D)           1       1        –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Construction                                               226             846             4 155           59      46        7         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                     141             524             2 492           42      35        4         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                              359          1 392              6 051           21      10        5         4         –         –       2        –        –        –
23      Apparel and other textile products                             (C)            (D)                (D)           3       1        1         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      (C)             (D)               (D)            4       1        1         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                         92             365             1 903           25      19        2         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                            155             438             2 544           22      16        4         1         –         1       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              123             339             2 062           14      10        3         –         –         1       –        –        –        –
           Retail trade                                               873          2 175              9 389          117      70       24        13         8         2       –        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                     (C)            (D)                (D)           4       2        1         –         –         1       –        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   160             433             1 788           11       6        2         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       160             469             1 967           24      15        4         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    269             352             1 853           38      23        5         6         4         –       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             250             307             1 552           29      15        4         6         4         –       –        –        –        –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                          110             361             1 582           27      19        5         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       146            697              3 073           39      33        2         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  394          1 182              5 321          103      76       20         5         1         1       –        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               125            605              2 551           11       5        3         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                 1               2                52            7       7        –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –


        BOLLINGER
                 Total                                             1 360           4 384         17 960              173     113       31        18         8         2       –        1        –        –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing                (A)            (D)                (D)           2       2        –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Construction                                                 79           226              1 092           27      22        5         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                              395          1 146              4 800           19      10        3         4         1         –       –        1        –        –
23      Apparel and other textile products                             (E)            (D)                (D)           1       –        –         –         –         –       –        1        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      106             246             1 183           14       8        2         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                        63            436              1 916           14       9        4         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                           163          1 060              3 704           16       6        3         5         2         –       –        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 114            876              2 980           11       4        3         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                              272            647              2 613           42      23       12         4         3         –       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       (B)             (D)               (D)           12       9        2         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  342            710              3 171           40      31        2         3         2         2       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                               (A)             (D)               (D)            1       1        –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –


        BOONE

                 Total                                            56 713        274 255       1 169 243           3 478     1 808     736       479      286        93       51       13        5        7
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              241             666             3 277           53      31       14         5         3         –       –        –        –        –
07      Agricultural services                                         241             666             3 277           53      31       14         5         3         –       –        –        –        –
074       Veterinary services                                         124             419             1 847           14       3        5         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                     41             279             1 387            6       3        1         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                           2 970          15 072         72 797              469     292       90        56        24         7       –        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                 1 001           5 204         24 397              186     130       30        15         9         2       –        –        –        –
151      General building contractors                                804           4 306         20 663              137      94       23        11         7         2       –        –        –        –
16      Heavy construction, except building                           285          2 168         12 626               14       4        2         4         2         2       –        –        –        –
161      Highway and street construction                              176          1 151          7 920                7       1        –         3         2         1       –        –        –        –
162      Heavy construction, except highway                           109          1 017          4 706                7       3        2         1         –         1       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                  1 684           7 700         35     774          269     158       58        37        13         3       –        –        –        –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                        495           2 782         12     816           56      26       16         8         4         2       –        –        –        –
173       Electrical work                                            168             656          2     993           34      20       10         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
174       Masonry, stonework, and plastering                         294           1 241          5     120           34      20        5         5         4         –       –        –        –        –
1742        Plastering, drywall, and insulation                      190             800          3     097           17       7        3         4         3         –       –        –        –        –
175       Carpentry and floor work                                   140             425          2     159           47      36        9         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
1751        Carpentry work                                           131             398          2     030           41      31        8         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
176       Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                      172             838          4     179           18      10        3         2         2         1       –        –        –        –
177       Concrete work                                              128             432          2     592           25      14        6         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
179       Misc. special trade contractors                            222           1 093          4     811           34      17        5        11         1         –       –        –        –        –

          Note: Employment size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J    10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                           MISSOURI           29

Table 2.          Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        BOONE       Con.
             Manufacturing                                         6 196          38 245        152 660                104     43      12        13        12       10        9        3        1        1
20      Food and kindred products                                    550           2 764         11 048                  6      –       1         2         1        1        –        1        –        –
23      Apparel and other textile products                            (C)             (D)            (D)                 4      1       1         –         –        1        1        –        –        –
27      Printing and publishing                                      654           3 060         13 511                 34     18       4         6         3        1        2        –        –        –
271       Newspapers                                                 318           1 348          6 204                  8      3       2         1         –        1        1        –        –        –
275       Commercial printing                                        108             553          2 418                 12      6       1         4         1        –        –        –        –        –
30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                   629           2 977         13 426                  3      –       –         –         –        2        –        1        –        –
308       Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                    629           2 977         13 426                  3      –       –         –         –        2        –        1        –        –
34      Fabricated metal products                                    225           1 198          5 037                  4      1       –         –         2        –        1        –        –        –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                           490           3 034         11 736                 10      4       1         –         2        1        2        –        –        –
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                  2 656          19 409         73 916                  6      –       1         –         –        1        1        1        1        1
37      Transportation equipment                                     324           2 230          8 500                  3      –       –         –         1        1        1        –        –        –
371       Motor vehicles and equipment                               324           2 230          8 500                  3      –       –         –         1        1        1        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                 276           1 996          8 481                  6      1       –         2         1        1        1        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                    2 108          12 025         51 476                130     57      22        24        17         5       5        –        –        –
41      Local and interurban passenger transit                       359           1 062          4 620                  6      2       1         –         1         –       2        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                     566           3 299         15 040                 65     36       7        16         4         1       1        –        –        –
47      Transportation services                                       (C)             (D)                 (D)           15      7       4         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
48      Communication                                                 741          4 368         18 691                 31      9       7         3         8         2       2        –        –        –
481      Telephone communication                                      437          3 046         13 091                 18      8       5         –         3         –       2        –        –        –
483      Radio and television broadcasting                            199            841          3 309                  8      1       1         1         4         1       –        –        –        –
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          240          2 036              8 399              5      –       1         –         2         2       –        –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                         2 900          18 552         82       325          191     83      43        39        19         3       2        2        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                              1 384           8 756         39       597          127     59      30        26         9         2       –        1        –        –
501      Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                         247           1 135          5       150           24     11       5         6         1         1       –        –        –        –
5013       Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                      167             770          3       580           15      8       3         2         1         1       –        –        –        –
503      Lumber and construction materials                           137             846          3       545            9      2       3         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
504      Professional and commercial equipment                       461           3 204         16       568           26     11       5         8         1         –       –        1        –        –
5045       Computers, peripherals and software                       324           2 123         12       971            8      3       1         3         –         –       –        1        –        –
507      Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment                    116             837          3       248           13     10       2         –         –         1       –        –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                          175           1 234          4       849           21      7       7         6         1         –       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              (G)             (D)                  (D)          59     24      11        13         9         1       –        1        –        –
514       Groceries and related products                              168            979          4       296           12      5       2         1         3         1       –        –        –        –
5149        Groceries and related products, n.e.c.                    128            822          3       479            7      3       –         1         2         1       –        –        –        –
518       Beer, wine, and distilled beverages                         115            790          3       355            6      1       –         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
519       Misc. nondurable goods                                      559          3 003         12       652           22     10       6         5         –         –       –        1        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                   (E)            (D)                 (D)            5      –       2         –         1         –       2        –        –        –
             Retail trade                                         13 002          36 404        156 399                814    280     225      143       112        34       18        2        –        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                       600           2 624         12 175                 42     14      11        7         9         –        1        –        –        –
521       Lumber and other building materials                        359           1 456          6 448                 20      9       3        2         5         –        1        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                 1 799           5 097         20 059                 15      1       3         1         –         1       7        2        –        –
531      Department stores                                         1 617           4 431         17 716                  9      –       –         –         –         1       6        2        –        –
54      Food stores                                                1 631           4 311         18 906                 65     13      18        20         5         4       5        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                           1 457           3 953         17 422                 47     10      10        15         3         4       5        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                    1 433           7 195         32       751          107     30      40        21         9         6       1        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                   627           4 312         20       998           16      3       2         2         3         5       1        –        –        –
553       Auto and home supply stores                                115             541          2       518           12      4       3         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                  580           1 876          6       889           64     16      32        12         3         1       –        –        –        –
56      Apparel and accessory stores                                  666          1 487              5   834           84     30      31        18         4         1       –        –        –        –
562       Women’s clothing stores                                     237            440              1   896           24      4      11         7         2         –       –        –        –        –
565       Family clothing stores                                      175            411              1   370           10      3       1         3         2         1       –        –        –        –
566       Shoe stores                                                 107            318              1   214           19      5      11         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          662          2 292              9   551           79     29      35        10         3         2       –        –        –        –
571       Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        241          1 013              4   305           39     16      16         6         1         –       –        –        –        –
5712        Furniture stores                                          143            594              2   651           23     11       8         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
573       Radio, television, and computer stores                      385          1 106              4   474           35     12      16         3         2         2       –        –        –        –
5731        Radio, TV, and electronic stores                          219            648              2   546           11      2       6         –         1         2       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                 4 875           8 804         38 566                227     56      34        39       75        20        3        –        –        –
5812         Eating places                                         3 989           7 468         32 291                156     22      23        29       61        19        2        –        –        –
5813         Drinking places                                         283             336          1 344                 15      4       3         2        5         1        –        –        –        –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                       1 308           4 362         17       539          187    102      50        27         7         –       1        –        –        –
591       Drug stores and proprietary stores                         163             721          2       717           11      1       5         2         3         –       –        –        –        –
594       Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                        518           1 231          5       714           76     34      25        15         2         –       –        –        –        –
5941        Sporting goods and bicycle shops                         150             359          1       758           21      6       9         6         –         –       –        –        –        –
5945        Hobby, toy, and game shops                               106             201          1       014            8      3       3         –         2         –       –        –        –        –
596       Nonstore retailers                                         266           1 239          4       693           21     15       3         1         1         –       1        –        –        –
599       Retail stores, n.e.c.                                      285             978          3       496           55     33      12         9         1         –       –        –        –        –
5999        Miscellaneous retail stores, n.e.c.                      167             399          1       739           32     18       9         4         1         –       –        –        –        –

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

Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        BOONE         Con.
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                    5 475         43 524         178 898              329    207        63        34        12         5       3        3        1        1
60      Depository institutions                                       929         5 281          20 895               47      6        22        10         4         3       2        –        –        –
602       Commercial banks                                            824         4 743          18 184               40      4        20         9         2         3       2        –        –        –
63      Insurance carriers                                         3 208         31 104         125 631               25     10         1         5         4         –       1        2        1        1
631       Life insurance                                             222          1 751           7 034                8      2         –         3         2         –       1        –        –        –
633       Fire, marine, and casualty insurance                     2 947         29 124         117 615               13      7         –         1         1         –       –        2        1        1
64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        597         4 113          17 685               78     61         9         5         1         1       –        1        –        –
65      Real estate                                                   572         1 943              9 159           134    101        18        11         3         1       –        –        –        –
651       Real estate operators and lessors                           245           631              3 010            56     42         9         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
653       Real estate agents and managers                             211           698              3 150            53     41         9         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
            Services                                              23 753        109 458         469 824           1 350     781       266       163        86       29       14        3        3        5
70      Hotels and other lodging places                               573         1 232              5 515            62     38         6        11         5         2       –        –        –        –
701       Hotels and motels                                           443           931              4 461            25      9         1         8         5         2       –        –        –        –
704      Membership basis organization hotels                         127           296                973            32     24         5         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
72      Personal services                                             838         2 158              8   595         135     81        31        18         4         –       1        –        –        –
721       Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                     215           412              1   815          35     18        11         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
7216        Drycleaning plants, except rug                            112           268              1   150          11      4         1         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
723       Beauty shops                                                316           964              4   191          57     34        12         9         2         –       –        –        –        –
729       Miscellaneous personal services                             220           387              1   199          21     16         2         2         –         –       1        –        –        –
73      Business services                                          4 017         13 110          55      129         159     92        26        22        10         7       –        –        –        2
734       Services to buildings                                      299            577           2      675          41     23         8         7         2         1       –        –        –        –
7349        Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                    267            448           2      080          33     17         7         6         2         1       –        –        –        –
735       Misc. equipment rental and leasing                         136            807           2      738          12      4         4         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
736       Personnel supply services                                3 022          8 960          37      570          16      6         1         1         2         4       –        –        –        2
7363        Help supply services                                   3 006          8 918          37      334          12      3         1         –         2         4       –        –        –        2
737       Computer and data processing services                      162          1 073           4      828          25     14         4         6         1         –       –        –        –        –
738       Miscellaneous business services                            202            719           3      264          30     19         6         2         2         1       –        –        –        –
75      Auto repair, services, and parking                            551         2 151              9   254         100     65        20         9         5         1       –        –        –        –
753       Automotive repair shops                                     313         1 624              6   990          76     54        15         5         2         –       –        –        –        –
7538        General automotive repair shops                           175           868              3   825          44     31         9         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
754       Automotive services, except repair                          170           308              1   379          18      9         4         3         1         1       –        –        –        –
7542        Carwashes                                                 113           162                  723          10      6         2         –         1         1       –        –        –        –

76      Miscellaneous repair services                                 116           519              2 300            29     22         3         4         –         –       –        –        –        –

78      Motion pictures                                               196           416              1 642            25     10         8         5         2         –       –        –        –        –
783       Motion picture theaters                                     105           233                  976           6      –         1         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
7832       Motion picture theaters, except drive in                   105           233                  976           6      –         1         3         2         –       –        –        –        –

79      Amusement and recreation services                             524         1 052              4 829            51     34         5         6         2         4       –        –        –        –
799       Misc. amusement, recreation services                        439           882              4 070            38     25         3         6         –         4       –        –        –        –
7997        Membership sports and recreation clubs                    247           447              2 379             8      4         –         1         –         3       –        –        –        –
80      Health services                                           10 883         67 530         291 891              287    165        61        21        17         9       7        3        1        3
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                      806        11 203          58 397              116     78        21         7         8         1       1        –        –        –
802       Offices and clinics of dentists                             290         1 235              5 511            55     25        25         5         –         –       –        –        –        –
804       Offices of other health practitioners                       195           720              3 338            51     38         9         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
8049        Offices of health practitioners, n.e.c.                   103           367              1 721            26     21         3         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                        629         2 089              8 537            11      2         –         2         1         4       2        –        –        –
806       Hospitals                                                7 459         45 937         189 552                7      –         –         –         –         –       1        2        1        3
807       Medical and dental laboratories                             192           891              3 758            10      6         2         –         1         –       1        –        –        –
808       Home health care services                                   999         3 819          15 674               14      6         –         1         1         3       2        1        –        –
809       Health and allied services, n.e.c.                          261         1 538              6 408            12      2         3         2         4         1       –        –        –        –

81      Legal services                                                280         1 522              6 766            66     45        11         9         1         –       –        –        –        –

82      Educational services                                       1 579          4 053          16 908               21      9         8         –         1         –       1        –        2        –
821       Elementary and secondary schools                            160           223                  842           5      1         2         –         1         –       1        –        –        –

83      Social services                                            1 818          4 782          19 784              125     53        24        25        18         2       3        –        –        –
832       Individual and family services                              155           508              2 026            16      6         7         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
833       Job training and related services                           397           951              4 041             5      1         –         –         2         –       2        –        –        –
835       Child day care services                                     558         1 140              4 583            51     22         7        13         8         1       –        –        –        –
836       Residential care                                            522         1 636              6 743            16      2         3         4         5         1       1        –        –        –
839       Social services, n.e.c.                                     101           431              1 849            17     10         3         3         1         –       –        –        –        –

86      Membership organizations                                   1 061          3 439          14 167              152     82        37        23         8         2       –        –        –        –
862       Professional organizations                                  119           776              3 061            15     11         1         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
866       Religious organizations                                     631         1 453              5 980            86     42        26        11         7         –       –        –        –        –
869       Membership organizations, n.e.c.                            131            512             2 114            12      5         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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                           MISSOURI           31

Table 2.          Counties                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        BOONE       Con.
            Services Con.
87      Engineering and management services                        1 162           6   413       28    738          125      78        25         8        11         1       2        –        –        –
871       Engineering and architectural services                     416           2   487       11    314           41      23        10         2         5         –       1        –        –        –
8711        Engineering services                                     346           2   154        9    774           22      11         4         1         5         –       1        –        –        –
872       Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                      212           1   005        5    001           39      26         8         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
873       Research and testing services                              308           1   958        8    463           17       8         4         3         1         –       1        –        –        –
8734        Testing laboratories                                     234           1   512        6    664            6       3         1         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
874       Management and public relations                            226               963        3    960           28      21         3         –         3         1       –        –        –        –
8742        Management consulting services                           162               687        2    820           16      12         2         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                 140               982        3    875            5       –         –         2         2         1       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                27               30             200           32      31         –         1         –         –       –        –        –        –


        BUCHANAN
                 Total                                            34 895        177 672         767 396          2 293     1 197      488       288      199        68       33       13        6        1
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              129              293            1 737          38      27         7         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
07      Agricultural services                                         129              293            1 737          38      27         7         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Mining                                                     (A)            (D)            (D)               2       1         –         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Construction                                            1 953          14 579         68 185             227     146        42        14        19         4       1        1        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                   443           2 618         12 287              65      49         4         4         7         1       –        –        –        –
151      General building contractors                                388           2 447         11 207              51      37         4         3         6         1       –        –        –        –
16      Heavy construction, except building                           442          4 703         26 091              10       5         –         1         3         –       –        1        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                  1 068           7 258         29    807          152      92        38         9         9         3       1        –        –        –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                        248           1 723          5    497           34      23         6         2         2         –       1        –        –        –
173       Electrical work                                            268           2 306          9    832           18       4         8         2         3         1       –        –        –        –
174       Masonry, stonework, and plastering                         106             567          2    643           16      10         4         1         –         1       –        –        –        –
176       Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                      134             731          3    780           11       7         1         –         2         1       –        –        –        –
179       Misc. special trade contractors                            110             764          3    266           25      16         5         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                          8 024          57 476        238 173             109      30        14        12        23         7      12        8        3        –
20      Food and kindred products                                  1 732          14 882         62 192              15       3         –         1         5         1       3        1        1        –
204       Grain mill products                                      1 320          11 586         48 502               9       2         –         1         3         –       1        1        1        –
23      Apparel and other textile products                            848          3 879         14 442               9       3         2         –         1         1       –        2        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      119              742            3 199           6       1         2         –         2         1       –        –        –        –
25      Furniture and fixtures                                        142          1 027              4 434           5       2         1         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
26      Paper and allied products                                  1 236           8 745         37 141               6       1         –         –         –         1       3        –        1        –
27      Printing and publishing                                       402          1 833              6 928          12       3         3         2         3         –       –        1        –        –
28      Chemicals and allied products                                 745          5 528         23 435              11       2         –         1         4         1       2        1        –        –
283      Drugs                                                        350          3 105         13 151               5       2         –         –         1         1       –        1        –        –
31      Leather and leather products                                   (E)             (D)              (D)           1       –         –         –         –         –       –        1        –        –
33      Primary metal industries                                       (F)             (D)              (D)           2       –         –         –         –         1       –        –        1        –
34      Fabricated metal products                                     495          3 763         16 227              11       2         3         1         3         –       2        –        –        –
344       Fabricated structural metal products                        247          2 013          9 123               6       1         1         –         3         –       1        –        –        –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                            727          4 736         18 600              11       4         –         1         3         1       1        1        –        –
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                      (E)             (D)              (D)           1       –         –         –         –         –       –        1        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                    1 661          11 758         47 182             139      70        22        29         8         9       1        –        –        –
41      Local and interurban passenger transit                        222              541            2 187           8       2         –         2         3         1       –        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      676          4 457         18 365              93      58        11        19         2         3       –        –        –        –
48      Communication                                                 242          1 766              6 969          18       4         4         7         2         1       –        –        –        –
481      Telephone communication                                      107            942              4 111          11       2         4         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          457          4 620         18 037               9       1         2         1         –         4       1        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                        2 203          14 502         64 246             183      75        51        34        18         1       3        1        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 847          5 069         21    009           91      36        30        16         8         –       1        –        –        –
501      Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                          124            613          2    615           17       7         6         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
504      Professional and commercial equipment                        125            659          2    484           20      10         5         5         –         –       –        –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           259          2 143          8    658           17       4         8         2         2         –       1        –        –        –
509      Miscellaneous durable goods                                  130            469          2    345           16       9         3         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
5093       Scrap and waste materials                                  106            388          1    899           10       5         1         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                           1 356           9 433         43    237           92      39        21        18       10          1       2        1        –        –
512      Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries                          448           4 313         22    534            7       1         1         2        1          –       1        1        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                              165           1 035          4    046           14       6         1         4        3          –       –        –        –        –
5149       Groceries and related products, n.e.c.                    102             693          2    956            7       2         1         2        2          –       –        –        –        –
515      Farm product raw materials                                  155             715          2    886           21      10         7         2        2          –       –        –        –        –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                      307           1 884          7    569           21       7         9         2        1          1       1        –        –        –
5191       Farm supplies                                             225           1 469          5    615           14       3         7         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.
32       MISSOURI                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.         Counties                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        BUCHANAN Con.
             Retail trade                                          7 657         21 083          89 402            577      266       136        79        61       26        8        1        –        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                       176            790           3 425             21        6        10         3         2        –        –        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                 1 444          4 367          17 460             14        1         4         1         –         1       6        1        –        –
531      Department stores                                         1 397          4 260          16 936              8        –         –         –         –         1       6        1        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   790         2 468          10 041             46       21        10         3         7         4       1        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              717         2 323           9 426             28        9         5         3         6         4       1        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       966         3 777          16   422           97       40        29        19         4         5       –        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                    348         1 812           7   803            8        2         –         –         1         5       –        –        –        –
553       Auto and home supply stores                                 156           708           3   116           17        3         9         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   360           819           3   671           46       18        15        11         2         –       –        –        –        –
56      Apparel and accessory stores                                  (C)            (D)               (D)          37       18        13         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          313         1 220              5 334          46       26        11         5         4         –       –        –        –        –
571       Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        139           693              3 077          19       10         3         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
573       Radio, television, and computer stores                      154           434              1 866          23       14         6         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                 2 980          5 227          22 679            178       68        28        29        37       15        1        –        –        –
5812         Eating places                                         2 507          4 546          19 664            113       23        17        26        34       12        1        –        –        –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                          745         2 524          11   403          136       85        31        13         6         1       –        –        –        –
591       Drug stores and proprietary stores                          188           683           2   862           14        3         7         2         1         1       –        –        –        –
594       Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                         219           591           2   788           45       27        10         7         1         –       –        –        –        –
596       Nonstore retailers                                          110           515           2   590           11        5         3         –         3         –       –        –        –        –
599       Retail stores, n.e.c.                                       134           434           1   771           41       33         5         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                     1 852         10 518          43 481            183      120        27        17        14         3       1        –        1        –
60      Depository institutions                                      553          2 965          12 671             37       14         6         9         6         1       1        –        –        –
602       Commercial banks                                           416          2 340           9 525             19        4         3         6         4         1       1        –        –        –
63      Insurance carriers                                            689         4 437          18 709             13        9         –         1         –         2       –        –        1        –
633       Fire, marine, and casualty insurance                        617         4 078          17 323              9        6         –         1         –         1       –        –        1        –
64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        123           779              3 006          53       47         4         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
65      Real estate                                                   350         1 005              4 394          57       36        12         3         6         –       –        –        –        –
651       Real estate operators and lessors                           150           359              1 508          23       14         4         2         3         –       –        –        –        –
653       Real estate agents and managers                             119           378              1 676          26       18         7         –         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                              11 392         47 379         214 732            821      448       189        98        56       18        7        2        2        1
70      Hotels and other lodging places                               294           694              2 847          12        4         2         2         2         1       1        –        –        –
701      Hotels and motels                                            291           686              2 808          11        3         2         2         2         1       1        –        –        –
72      Personal services                                             587         1 720              6 291          92       59        20         7         5         –       1        –        –        –
721       Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                     151           432              1 857          22       10        10         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
723       Beauty shops                                                176           499              1 582          33       22         5         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
729       Miscellaneous personal services                             156           280                805          20       16         3         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
7291        Tax return preparation services                           126           223                443           7        4         2         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
73      Business services                                          1 675          3 531          15 085             90       54        22         5         4         2       1        1        1        –
734       Services to buildings                                      181            296           1 328             26       17         5         2         1         1       –        –        –        –
7349        Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                    163            225             987             18       10         4         2         1         1       –        –        –        –
736       Personnel supply services                                1 161          2 013           8 324              8        2         –         1         2         1       –        1        1        –
738       Miscellaneous business services                            218            567           2 569             26       16         7         1         1         –       1        –        –        –
75      Auto repair, services, and parking                            294         1 292              5 478          71       45        23         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
753       Automotive repair shops                                     231         1 068              4 514          56       36        17         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
7538        General automotive repair shops                           107           494              2 179          24       15         7         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
76      Miscellaneous repair services                                 127           586              2 180          25       17         4         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
78      Motion pictures                                               142           252               930           14        5         4         2         3         –       –        –        –        –
79      Amusement and recreation services                             515         1 773              7 788          20       11         4         2         1         1       –        1        –        –
80      Health services                                            4 783         27 314         129   135          165       73        43        24        14         7       2        –        1        1
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                     589          5 692          32   568           61       22        18        14         6         1       –        –        –        –
802       Offices and clinics of dentists                            170            814           3   899           36       18        15         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                       667          1 872           7   430           14        1         2         3         3         3       2        –        –        –
808      Home health care services                                   233          1 134           4   539            6        –         2         –         2         2       –        –        –        –
809      Health and allied services, n.e.c.                          138            736           2   992           10        4         2         2         1         1       –        –        –        –
81      Legal services                                                134           752              3 627          38       27         9         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
82      Educational services                                          208           696              3 282          11        4         1         –         6         –       –        –        –        –
821       Elementary and secondary schools                            137           469              1 915           4        –         –         –         4         –       –        –        –        –
83      Social services                                            1 010          2 952          12 328             79       32        15        20         9         2       1        –        –        –
832       Individual and family services                             337          1 165           4 934             21        6         4         6         4         1       –        –        –        –
833       Job training and related services                          125            200                855           4        –         2         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
835       Child day care services                                     123           275              1 005          18        8         4         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
836       Residential care                                            351         1 031              4 398          20        8         2         6         3         –       1        –        –        –

          Note: Employment size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J    10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                           MISSOURI           33

Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        BUCHANAN Con.
            Services     Con.
86      Membership organizations                                   1 138           2 934         12 372             136      77        28        19         8         3       1        –        –        –
863      Labor organizations                                         106             196            804              20      12         4         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
864      Civic and social associations                               280             611          2 675              28      16         5         4         1         2       –        –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                     589           1 086          4 621              75      41        17         9         7         1       –        –        –        –
87      Engineering and management services                           354          2 484         11 683              60      39        13         6         1         1       –        –        –        –
872       Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                       125            596          2 997              35      25         7         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                               (A)             (D)               (D)          14      14         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –



        BUTLER

                 Total                                            13 066          54 778        240 290          1 033      568       241       118        63       29        7        3        4        –

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              (B)             (D)               (D)          11       9         2         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    (A)             (D)               (D)           2       1         –         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              764          3 228         17 904              99      58        18        15         5         3       –        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                    263             967             5 906          33      20         5         5         2         1       –        –        –        –
151       General building contractors                                209             787             4 823          27      17         4         4         1         1       –        –        –        –

16      Heavy construction, except building                           252          1 300              7 756          14       4         3         4         1         2       –        –        –        –
162       Heavy construction, except highway                          166            863              4 849          10       4         2         2         –         2       –        –        –        –

17      Special trade contractors                                     249            961              4 242          52      34        10         6         2         –       –        –        –        –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                         106            448              2 065          17      10         3         3         1         –       –        –        –        –

            Manufacturing                                          2 835          13 560         60 285              54      17        12        10         5         5       2        1        2        –
25      Furniture and fixtures                                         (F)            (D)               (D)           2       1         –         –         –         –       –        –        1        –

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

27      Printing and publishing                                       117            367              1 579           5       2         1         1         –         1       –        –        –        –

30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                     (F)            (D)               (D)           4       –         1         1         –         –       1        1        –        –

34      Fabricated metal products                                     104            447              2 025           5       2         –         2         –         1       –        –        –        –

35      Industrial machinery and equipment                         1 046           5 301         23 306               6       2         –         –         1         2       –        –        1        –

            Transportation and public utilities                       497          2 896         13 074              55      34        10         3         6         2       –        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      293          1 498              6 673          33      23         4         2         3         1       –        –        –        –

49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          116            875              3 921           5       2         –         –         2         1       –        –        –        –

            Wholesale trade                                           665          2 922         13 038              86      35        31        13         7         –       –        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 426          1 911              8 251          56      26        18         7         5         –       –        –        –        –
501       Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                         126            716              2 962          14       7         3         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
508       Machinery, equipment, and supplies                          110            415              1 854          14       5         6         1         2         –       –        –        –        –

51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              (C)             (D)               (D)          29       9        12         6         2         –       –        –        –        –

            Retail trade                                           3 133           9 093         39 082             301     152        80        33        22       12        1        1        –        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                        179            676              2 915          17       7         4         2         4         –       –        –        –        –
521       Lumber and other building materials                         118            497              2 148           9       4         1         1         3         –       –        –        –        –

53      General merchandise stores                                    573          2 133              7 710          10       3         2         3         –         –       1        1        –        –

54      Food stores                                                   363            838              3 364          39      16        17         2         3         1       –        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              321            763              3 003          30      12        12         2         3         1       –        –        –        –

55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       460          2 014         10 109              56      28        17         7         2         2       –        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                    189          1 158              5 802           6       1         1         1         1         2       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   113            314              1 712          23      14         7         1         1         –       –        –        –        –

56      Apparel and accessory stores                                  175            425              1 201          26      17         5         2         1         1       –        –        –        –

57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          194            685              3 343          28      19         5         2         –         2       –        –        –        –
571       Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        113            373              2 179          18      13         2         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
5712        Furniture stores                                          102            339              1 940          13       9         1         2         –         1       –        –        –        –

58      Eating and drinking places                                    937          1 600              6 734          62      21        14        10        11         6       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             894          1 534              6 445          45       7        12         9        11         6       –        –        –        –

59      Miscellaneous retail                                          252            722              3 706          63      41        16         5         1         –       –        –        –        –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       453          2 330              9 535          75      51        12         6         6         –       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       248          1 300              5 450          18       8         1         4         5         –       –        –        –        –
602       Commercial banks                                            206          1 105              4 520          14       6         1         3         4         –       –        –        –        –

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

Table 2.          Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        BUTLER Con.
            Services                                               4 674          20 531         86     292          344    205        76        37        12         7       4        1        2        –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                              139             301          1     371            9      1         4         3         –         1       –        –        –        –
701       Hotels and motels                                          123             272          1     261            6      1         1         3         –         1       –        –        –        –
72      Personal services                                            100             283          1     582           29     20         8         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
73      Business services                                            323             896          3     478           27     15         6         4         1         –       1        –        –        –
736       Personnel supply services                                  201             489          1     567            3      –         –         1         1         –       1        –        –        –
75      Auto repair, services, and parking                           133             554          2     592           39     32         4         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
80      Health services                                            2 872          15 346         63     902           73     34        21         7         2         3       3        1        2        –
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                     241           1 653          7     265           25     17         6         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                       408             970          4     084            5      –         1         –         –         2       2        –        –        –
806       Hospitals                                                1 899          11 117         44     750            4      –         –         1         –         –       –        1        2        –
83      Social services                                              360             782          3     137           35     16         9         7         1         2       –        –        –        –
836       Residential care                                           152             332          1     284           16      7         4         4         –         1       –        –        –        –
86      Membership organizations                                     291             673          2     673           61     45        10         2         4         –       –        –        –        –
866       Religious organizations                                    255             549          2     191           40     25         9         2         4         –       –        –        –        –
87      Engineering and management services                          186             836          3     511           19     11         3         3         1         1       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                 2               6                31            6      6         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –


        CALDWELL
                 Total                                             1 292           3 917         16 037              170    118        26        13         7         5       1        –        –        –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing                (A)             (D)               (D)          10     10         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Construction                                               150             628             2 481           19     10         7         1         –         1       –        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                    100             494             1 894            6      2         3         –         –         1       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                             282          1 052              3 792            9      4         1         2         1         –       1        –        –        –
31      Leather and leather products                                   (C)            (D)                (D)           2      –         –         –         1         –       1        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       127             392             1 709           12      7         2         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                            73             282             1 171           19     13         6         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                              286             528             2 205           38     22         6         7         2         1       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    139             140               599           10      3         2         3         1         1       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             139             140               563            8      1         2         3         1         1       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                        94             343             1 546           16     12         1         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  267             668             3 019           46     39         3         1         1         2       –        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               187             496             2 108            5      2         –         –         1         2       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                               (A)             (D)               (D)            1      1         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –


        CALLAWAY
                 Total                                             9 742          51 241        216 784              626    363       123        67        45       14       10        1        2        1
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing                41            117                570           15     12         2         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Mining                                                      85            571          3     238           11      4         3         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
           Construction                                               447          2 624         10     561           88     57        21         7         2         1       –        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                    108            352          1     744           32     25         4         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                     246          1 812          6     161           51     31        16         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
             Manufacturing                                         2 040          13 155         56 770               39     16         5         3         8         2       3        1        1        –
27      Printing and publishing                                      214           1 196          5 277                7      5         –         –         1         –       1        –        –        –
31      Leather and leather products                                  (E)             (D)            (D)               1      –         –         –         –         –       –        1        –        –
32      Stone, clay, and glass products                              234           1 907          7 859                5      –         1         1         1         1       1        –        –        –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                           116             651          2 759                6      2         1         –         2         1       –        –        –        –
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                      (F)            (D)               (D)            2      –         –         –         –         –       1        –        1        –
            Transportation and public utilities                    1 142          14 638         59 412               42     25         6         5         4         1       –        –        1        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                     166           1 013          4 464               30     20         6         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
48      Communication                                                 (C)             (D)               (D)            7      3         –         2         1         1       –        –        –        –
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                           (F)            (D)               (D)            2      –         –         –         1         –       –        –        1        –
           Wholesale trade                                            284          1 426              6 245           46     21        16         7         2         –       –        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 156            838              3 857           26     13         7         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              128            588              2 388           20      8         9         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
           Retail trade                                            1 726           4 224         18 854              144     67        31        23        15         5       3        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                   (C)              (D)           (D)                4      1         2         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   303            826              3 713           17      4         6         2         4         –       1        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       306            882              3 794           28     11         9         4         3         1       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   233            585              2 436           18      5         8         2         2         1       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    740          1 202              5 188           37     12         4         9         7         4       1        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             709          1 160              4 936           28      5         3         8         7         4       1        –        –        –

          Note: Employment size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J    10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                           MISSOURI           35

Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        CALLAWAY Con.
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       321          1 507              6 412            45     28       11         1         4         1       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       195            925              3 937            16      5        7         –         3         1       –        –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                             144            736              3 034            12      4        6         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
            Services                                               3 656          12 979         54 695               193    130       28        17         9         4       4        –        –        1
72      Personal services                                             134            458              1 729            22     13        6         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
73      Business services                                             136            290              1 765            18     14        1         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
738       Miscellaneous business services                             111            214              1 386             3      –        –         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
7389        Business services, n.e.c.                                 111            214              1 386             3      –        –         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
80      Health services                                            2 243           7 780         31 637                23     12        3         2         2         1       2        –        –        1
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                       202             435          1 732                 3      –        –         –         1         1       1        –        –        –
82      Educational services                                           (E)            (D)                 (D)           4      1        –         1         –         –       2        –        –        –
83      Social services                                               230            511              2 171            26     15        5         3         2         1       –        –        –        –
86      Membership organizations                                      126            326              1 334            30     21        5         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
87      Engineering and management services                           100            322              1 253            13     10        2         –         –         1       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                 –               –                 27            3      3        –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –



        CAMDEN

                 Total                                            10 419          38 358        178 178            1 338     848      271       127        67       15        6        3        1        –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               47             120                 644          13      9        3         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    (A)             (D)                 (D)           2      1        1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                           1 008           3 514         17 477               203    142       40        14         5         2       –        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                    370          1 343              5 663            77     55       14         6         1         1       –        –        –        –
151      General building contractors                                 278          1 009              4 277            57     42       10         3         1         1       –        –        –        –
16      Heavy construction, except building                           272          1 054              5 967            18      8        3         3         3         1       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                     366          1 117              5 847           108     79       23         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
177       Concrete work                                               140            405              2 244            20      9        7         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                          1 537           7 833         32 121                56     26        7         8         8         4       2        1        –        –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                            733          4 713         17 758                 9      4        –         3         –         –       1        1        –        –
37      Transportation equipment                                      388          1 579              7 003            11      3        1         –         4         2       1        –        –        –
3732        Boat building and repairing                               190            684              2 952             8      3        1         –         2         2       –        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       340          1 476              6 762            57     34       13         7         2         1       –        –        –        –
48      Communication                                                 102            570              2 615            12      4        3         5         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                           332          1 421              5 933            68     41       18         8         1         –       –        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 268          1 181              4 817            49     26       15         7         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                           3 660          10 616         50 875               425    218      110        55        34         5       2        1        –        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                        171            669              3 352            21     13        2         3         3         –       –        –        –        –
521       Lumber and other building materials                         143            585              2 948            12      5        1         3         3         –       –        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                     (E)            (D)                 (D)           6      –        3         1         –         –       1        1        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   381          1 134              4 994            36     21        7         2         3         2       1        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              364          1 116              4 804            29     15        6         2         3         2       1        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       354          1 450              7 288            50     27       15         3         5         –       –        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                    117            645              3 294             5      1        –         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   104            314              1 121            19     11        7         –         1         –       –        –        –        –
56      Apparel and accessory stores                                  653          1 582              7   041          79     23       33        18         5         –       –        –        –        –
561       Men’s and boys’ clothing stores                             161            335              1   373          16      3        5         7         1         –       –        –        –        –
562       Women’s clothing stores                                     149            372              1   604          22      6       12         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
565       Family clothing stores                                      160            389              1   752          11      –        4         5         2         –       –        –        –        –
566       Shoe stores                                                 111            301              1   412          16      7        6         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                           (C)            (D)                (D)           41     26       10         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
571       Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        180            544              2 420            30     15       10         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                 1 090           2 056         13 742               119     63       17        20        16         3       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            917           1 706         10 825                71     28       11        15        14         3       –        –        –        –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                          327          1 245              4 844            72     45       22         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
594       Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                         170            671              2 677            33     20       10         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
5947        Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                         101            474              1 786            16     10        3         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       552          2 519         11 369               116     85       15        13         1         2       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       248          1 286              4 774            16      2        6         6         –         2       –        –        –        –

65      Real estate                                                   222            829              4 749            69     55        7         6         1         –       –        –        –        –
653       Real estate agents and managers                             128            426              2 509            35     29        2         3         1         –       –        –        –        –

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

Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        CAMDEN Con.
            Services                                               2 922          10 790         52 747             389     284        63        21        16         1       2        1        1        –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                               868          2 465         12 854              47      36         7         1         1         1       –        –        1        –
701       Hotels and motels                                           846          2 411         12 512              37      28         5         1         1         1       –        –        1        –
73      Business services                                             294             993             4 724          42      30         5         2         4         –       1        –        –        –
734       Services to buildings                                       187             597             3 126          17      12         1         –         3         –       1        –        –        –
7349        Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                     179             579             2 981          10       5         1         –         3         –       1        –        –        –
75      Auto repair, services, and parking                            117            361              1 414          32      24         6         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
753       Automotive repair shops                                     102            333              1 305          27      20         5         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
79      Amusement and recreation services                             196            555              4 509          51      39         7         2         3         –       –        –        –        –
799      Misc. amusement, recreation services                         185            512              3 781          41      30         6         2         3         –       –        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               790          4 555         21 063              46      27        10         4         3         –       1        1        –        –
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                      105            920          4 538              19      10         7         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                        163            530          2 900               3       1         –         –         1         –       1        –        –        –
83      Social services                                               185            396              1 640          22      11         4         4         3         –       –        –        –        –
86      Membership organizations                                      109            270              1 167          35      27         6         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
87      Engineering and management services                           103            425              1 765          30      21         7         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                               (A)             (D)               (D)           9       8         1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –



        CAPE GIRARDEAU

                 Total                                            34 093        155 593         660 406          2 214     1 110      447       345      202        64       33        7        2        4
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              129             287             1 440          33      22         9         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
07      Agricultural services                                         129             287             1 440          33      22         9         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                     57             377             1 503           6       1         2         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                           1 836           9 206         44 413             251     157        43        29        17         4       1        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                    563          2 440         11 246              86      58        11        10         5         2       –        –        –        –
151      General building contractors                                 472          2 169          9 838              69      45         9         9         5         1       –        –        –        –
16      Heavy construction, except building                           303          2 013              9 821          13       4         1         2         4         2       –        –        –        –
161      Highway and street construction                              135            966              5 021           6       2         –         1         2         1       –        –        –        –
162      Heavy construction, except highway                           168          1 047              4 800           7       2         1         1         2         1       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                     970          4 753         23    346          152      95        31        17         8         –       1        –        –        –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                         267          1 517          7    537           34      18         9         4         3         –       –        –        –        –
173       Electrical work                                             157            771          3    821           24      14         5         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
176       Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                       149            839          3    233           14       8         5         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
179       Misc. special trade contractors                             135            682          4    092           18      10         2         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
1794        Excavation work                                           104            539          3    345            7       1         1         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                          7 504          43 253        170 579             100      31        17        18        11         8       9        2        2        2
23      Apparel and other textile products                             (F)            (D)               (D)           3       –         1         –         –         –       1        –        1        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      723          3 693         11 573              13       7         2         3         –         –       –        –        1        –
26      Paper and allied products                                     (G)             (D)               (D)           3       –         –         –         1         –       1        –        –        1
27      Printing and publishing                                       301          1 256              4 986          16      11         1         3         –         –       1        –        –        –
30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    322          2 512              9 332           6       1         1         1         –         2       1        –        –        –
31      Leather and leather products                                   (E)            (D)               (D)           1       –         –         –         –         –       –        1        –        –
32      Stone, clay, and glass products                               433          3 282         12 674               9       1         1         3         1         1       2        –        –        –
34      Fabricated metal products                                     (G)             (D)               (D)           8       2         2         2         1         –       –        –        –        1
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                            132            790              3 261           9       2         3         2         1         1       –        –        –        –
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                     319          1 608              6 255           6       2         –         1         1         –       2        –        –        –
37      Transportation equipment                                      567          3 334         13 390               6       2         –         –         1         1       1        1        –        –
39      Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                        161            904              3 753           4       –         1         –         1         2       –        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                    2 318          13 215         54 376             125      57        18        18        21         6       5        –        –        –
41      Local and interurban passenger transit                        224            512              1 897          15       4         3         4         4         –       –        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      697          3 814         16 828              64      35        12         5         8         4       –        –        –        –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                   671          3 710         16 402              59      32        11         4         8         4       –        –        –        –
44      Water transportation                                          221          1 564              7 071           6       2         1         –         1         1       1        –        –        –
449      Water transportation services                                221          1 564              7 071           6       2         1         –         1         1       1        –        –        –
45      Transportation by air                                         202            821              2 386           4       1         1         –         1         –       1        –        –        –
48      Communication                                                 811          4 953         19 632              22       5         –         7         7         1       2        –        –        –
481      Telephone communication                                      402          2 548         10 001              13       3         –         4         5         –       1        –        –        –
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          (C)             (D)               (D)           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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                           MISSOURI           37

Table 2.         Counties                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        CAPE GIRARDEAU Con.
           Wholesale trade                                         2 152         11 816          52    116            194     73       48        47        21         5       –        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                              1 485          8 475          36    713            127     47       31        30        16         3       –        –        –        –
501      Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                         413          2 255           9    465             25      7        5         5         7         1       –        –        –        –
5013       Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                      174            956           4    087             13      6        2         –         5         –       –        –        –        –
5014       Tires and tubes                                           121            764           2    927              4      –        –         3         –         1       –        –        –        –
503      Lumber and construction materials                           121            776           3    024              5      1        –         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
504      Professional and commercial equipment                       133            795           3    529             19      7        7         5         –         –       –        –        –        –
506      Electrical goods                                            208          1 278           5    665             14      3        4         4         2         1       –        –        –        –
5063       Electrical apparatus and equipment                        154            973           4    254             10      2        4         2         1         1       –        –        –        –
507      Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment                    193          1 089           4    675             15      7        3         4         –         1       –        –        –        –
5072       Hardware                                                  121            675           2    870              4      2        –         1         –         1       –        –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                          231          1 446           6    448             30     12        9         8         1         –       –        –        –        –
509      Miscellaneous durable goods                                 111            476           2    191             12      7        2         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              (F)            (D)                (D)            65     26       17        15         5         2       –        –        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                              235          1 323              6 394             19      7        8         1         1         2       –        –        –        –
5149       Groceries and related products, n.e.c.                    156            853              4 442              9      3        4         –         –         2       –        –        –        –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                      134            383              1 854             16      5        4         6         1         –       –        –        –        –
             Retail trade                                          8 049         22   511        91      996          553    230      127        96        68       21        9        2        –        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                       293          1   338         5      822           24     10        6         4         3        1        –        –        –        –
521       Lumber and other building materials                        213          1   039         4      425           10      3        1         2         3        1        –        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                 1 476          4   428        16      960           18      4        5         1         –        3        3        2        –        –
531       Department stores                                        1 420          4   299        16      382            8      –        –         –         –        3        3        2        –        –
54      Food stores                                                  882          2   083         8      839           44     13       10        10         5        4        2        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                             711          1   753         7      247           29      9        7         4         3        4        2        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                      982          4   228        17      961           87     38       16        19        12        2        –        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                   399          2   558        10      870           12      1        2         –         7        2        –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                  367              912         3      966           42     17        9        13         3        –        –        –        –        –
56      Apparel and accessory stores                                  (E)              (D)                (D)          60     28       22         9         1        –        –        –        –        –
562       Women’s clothing stores                                    157              261         1      063           22      7        9         5         1        –        –        –        –        –
57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                         454          1   905         7      546           62     34       10        11         7        –        –        –        –        –
571       Furniture and homefurnishings stores                       256          1   099         4      362           32     17        5         6         4        –        –        –        –        –
5712         Furniture stores                                        197              899         3      463           16      5        3         4         4        –        –        –        –        –
573       Radio, television, and computer stores                     170              705         2      837           21     10        3         5         3        –        –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                 2 815          4   756        19      754          129     36       21        24        33       11        4        –        –        –
5812         Eating places                                         2 636          4   465        18      778           94     16       11        22        30       11        4        –        –        –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                         747          2   474         9      805          126     65       37        18         6        –        –        –        –        –
591       Drug stores and proprietary stores                         148              640         2      683           17      5        5         6         1        –        –        –        –        –
594       Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                        328              907         3      506           53     25       19         6         3        –        –        –        –        –
599       Retail stores, n.e.c.                                      146              459         1      803           33     21        8         4         –        –        –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                    1 306          7 558          31      073          190    134       27        17         6         4       2        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                      559          2 852          11      306           23      1        6         9         3         3       1        –        –        –
64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                       299          2 250           9      624           61     51        7         2         –         –       1        –        –        –
65      Real estate                                                  227            672           2      912           74     63        8         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                              10 685         47 309         212      574          738    383      156      116        55        16        7        3        –        2
70      Hotels and other lodging places                              528          1 593           7      248           11      2        2        1         3         1        2        –        –        –
72      Personal services                                            415          1 019           4      187           58     39        5        9         4         1        –        –        –        –
721       Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                    148            364           1      673           13      7        –        3         3         –        –        –        –        –
729       Miscellaneous personal services                            113            149                  357           16     13        1        1         –         1        –        –        –        –
73      Business services                                          1 404          4 835          22      759           85     41       19       16         4         2        1        2        –        –
734       Services to buildings                                      512          1 358           5      857           29     14        8        4         2         –        –        1        –        –
7349        Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                    465          1 203           5      144           20      9        6        2         2         –        –        1        –        –
736       Personnel supply services                                  492          1 788           8      354            6      2        –        –         1         1        1        1        –        –
738       Miscellaneous business services                            157            590           3      720           13      5        4        2         1         1        –        –        –        –
7389        Business services, n.e.c.                                144            564           3      652            9      2        3        2         1         1        –        –        –        –
75      Auto repair, services, and parking                           331          1 363           5      398           75     52       17        5         –         1        –        –        –        –
753       Automotive repair shops                                    212          1 065           4      140           59     43       12        4         –         –        –        –        –        –
754       Automotive services, except repair                         100            215                  925           13      9        2        1         –         1        –        –        –        –
76      Miscellaneous repair services                                148            626              2   589           27     16        6        3         2         –        –        –        –        –
78      Motion pictures                                              111            157                  670           13      7        –        4         2         –        –        –        –        –
79      Amusement and recreation services                             187             376            1 913             24     15        2         3         4         –       –        –        –        –
799      Misc. amusement, recreation services                         158             320            1 674             18     10        2         2         4         –       –        –        –        –
80      Health services                                            4 917         29 475         134      669          169     63       49        30        17         6       1        1        –        2
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                     731          9 330          46      913           62     18       21        13         8         2       –        –        –        –
802       Offices and clinics of dentists                            202            961           4      718           35     13       15         7         –         –       –        –        –        –
804       Offices of other health practitioners                      104            460           2      132           33     23        9         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                       744          2 271           8      873           10      –        –         2         3         3       1        1        –        –
808      Home health care services                                   117            502           2      428            5      1        1         –         3         –       –        –        –        –
809      Health and allied services, n.e.c.                          234          1 280           5      207           10      1        1         4         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.
38       MISSOURI                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.         Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        CAPE GIRARDEAU Con.
            Services      Con.
81      Legal services                                                146             745             3 536           27     18         3         5         1         –       –        –        –        –

82      Educational services                                          118             326             1 258            8      2         3         1         1         1       –        –        –        –

83      Social services                                               927          1 620              7 066           61     25         9        17         7         1       2        –        –        –
832       Individual and family services                              126            351              1 510           13      5         5         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
833       Job training and related services                           413            379              1 649            7      3         –         1         1         –       2        –        –        –
835       Child day care services                                     146            265              1 061           13      4         3         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
836       Residential care                                            203            455              2 109           16      3         1         9         3         –       –        –        –        –

86      Membership organizations                                      912          2 050              8 836          106     59        26        12         6         2       1        –        –        –
864       Civic and social associations                               224            512              2 297           11      5         1         4         –         –       1        –        –        –
866       Religious organizations                                     592          1 173              4 977           72     40        18         6         6         2       –        –        –        –

87      Engineering and management services                           419          1 990              9 057           66     40        13         9         4         –       –        –        –        –
872       Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                       209          1 383              5 985           29     13        11         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                   (C)            (D)                (D)           3      –         1         1         –         1       –        –        –        –

            Unclassified establishments                                57              61               336           24     22         –         1         1         –       –        –        –        –



        CARROLL

                 Total                                             2 200           7 749         31 423              246    160        42        26        10         5       2        1        –        –

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              (B)             (D)               (D)            5      3         1         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    (B)             (D)               (D)            2       –        –         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                               63             242             1 746           21     16         5         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                             555          2 280              8 238           13      5         –         2         3         1       2        –        –        –
28      Chemicals and allied products                                 (C)             (D)               (D)            1      –         –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –

39      Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                        (C)             (D)               (D)            1      –         –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –

            Transportation and public utilities                        83             360             1 460           14      9         3         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                           199             800             3 173           28     17         6         2         2         1       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              (C)             (D)               (D)           18      9         6         2         1         –       –        –        –        –

            Retail trade                                              378             896             3 895           59     32        14        11         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       109             516             2 202           24     17         3         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  741          2 332              9 159           79     60        10         4         1         3       –        1        –        –
73      Business services                                              (E)            (D)               (D)            3      2         –         –         –         –       –        1        –        –

80      Health services                                               242             825             3 221           13      9         1         –         –         3       –        –        –        –

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



        CARTER

                 Total                                                892          2 597         12 599              132     74        35        13         9         –       1        –        –        –

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              (A)             (D)               (D)            1      1         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                               57             183             1 369            9      6         1         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                             351          1 231              5 116           27      8         9         7         2         –       1        –        –        –
23      Apparel and other textile products                            (C)             (D)               (D)            2      1         –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –

24      Lumber and wood products                                      165             536             2 414           20      4         9         6         1         –       –        –        –        –
242       Sawmills and planing mills                                  107            381              1 700           13      2         6         5         –         –       –        –        –        –
2421        Sawmills and planing mills, general                       107            381              1 700           13      2         6         5         –         –       –        –        –        –

            Transportation and public utilities                        59            255              1 151           17     10         7         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                           (B)             (D)               (D)            6      5         –         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                              209            326              1 376           32     18         8         2         4         –       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       (B)             (D)               (D)            7      5         2         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  171            428              1 912           32     20         8         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                               (A)             (D)               (D)            1      1         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –

          Note: Employment size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J    10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                           MISSOURI           39

Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        CASS
                 Total                                            12 448         47 409         208 521         1 489       941       271       147        95       17       14        4        –        –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              143            341             1 888          43       31         9         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
07      Agricultural services                                         143            341             1 888          43       31         9         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    75            418           1   884            5        2         –         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                           1 373          6 297          29   864          314      225        59        22         7         1       –        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                   218            947           4   192           70       57        11         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
151       General building contractors                               187            833           3   458           56       44        10         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
16      Heavy construction, except building                          118            828           3   912           15       10         2         –         3         –       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                  1 037          4 522          21   760          229      158        46        20         4         1       –        –        –        –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                        172          1 022           4   479           33       19         8         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
174       Masonry, stonework, and plastering                         130            522           2   483           25       17         5         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
175       Carpentry and floor work                                   119            458           2   062           42       36         5         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
1751        Carpentry work                                           107            397           1   745           35       30         4         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
177       Concrete work                                              153            543           3   102           31       16        11         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
179       Misc. special trade contractors                            250          1 042           5   270           44       31         7         4         1         1       –        –        –        –
1799        Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                        113            342           1   810           16       11         3         1         –         1       –        –        –        –
             Manufacturing                                         1 417          7 163          30 383             78       37        13        13         9         2       3        1        –        –
20      Food and kindred products                                     (C)            (D)             (D)             3        2         –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                     265          1 043           4 454             10        5         1         –         2         1       1        –        –        –
27      Printing and publishing                                      119            466           1 819             12        5         1         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
34      Fabricated metal products                                    580          3 429          14 202             13        2         2         3         4         –       1        1        –        –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                           114            536           2 201             13        8         2         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       792         3 772          16   184           69       34        13         7        14         1       –        –        –        –
41      Local and interurban passenger transit                        308           927           3   547           14        4         1         1         8         –       –        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      351         1 484           7   444           42       27         6         3         5         1       –        –        –        –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                   347         1 464           7   362           39       24         6         3         5         1       –        –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                            446         2 356          10   127           75       44        16        10         5         –       –        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 269         1 502           6   927           45       27        10         5         3         –       –        –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           137           837           3   707           13        7         1         2         3         –       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              177           854           3   200           30       17         6         5         2         –       –        –        –        –
             Retail trade                                          3 881         10 858          48 917            293      149        56        40        35         7       4        2        –        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                       137            596           2 626             14        6         2         3         3         –       –        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                    (F)            (D)             (D)             8        –         4         –         1         –       1        2        –        –
539       Misc. general merchandise stores                           175            436           2 011              5        –         3         –         1         –       1        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                  766          2 072           8 790             28       12         5         4         4         –       3        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                             759          2 061           8 743             23        7         5         4         4         –       3        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                      589          2 469          12 572             60       24        19         9         5         3       –        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                   250          1 510           7 741              6        –         –         1         2         3       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                  258            620           2 907             39       14        16         7         2         –       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                 1 247          1 991           9 433             92       43        11        14        20         4       –        –        –        –
5812         Eating places                                         1 169          1 860           8 429             59       15         7        13        20         4       –        –        –        –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                         276            914           3 965             68       49         9         9         1         –       –        –        –        –
591       Drug stores and proprietary stores                         100            416           1 704              9        2         2         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       668         3 394          14 487            119       80        20        12         6         1       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       301         1 464           6 185             23        4         7         7         5         –       –        –        –        –
65      Real estate                                                   258         1 298           5 626             50       36         8         4         1         1       –        –        –        –
            Services                                               3 636         12 779          54 534            477      324        84        38        18         5       7        1        –        –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                              160            332             786              8        4         –         3         –         –       1        –        –        –
701       Hotels and motels                                          160            332             786              8        4         –         3         –         –       1        –        –        –
72      Personal services                                            220            592           2 606             76       63        11         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
73      Business services                                            324            763           3 392             71       54         9         4         3         1       –        –        –        –
734       Services to buildings                                      192            280           1 053             33       24         5         1         2         1       –        –        –        –
7349        Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                    159            261             879             27       19         5         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
75      Auto repair, services, and parking                            135           569              2 732          46       36         9         –         1         –       –        –        –        –
753       Automotive repair shops                                     128           547              2 628          37       27         9         –         1         –       –        –        –        –
79      Amusement and recreation services                             152           268              1 224          19        8         3         7         1         –       –        –        –        –
799      Misc. amusement, recreation services                         116           209              1 016          14        7         –         6         1         –       –        –        –        –
80      Health services                                            1 660          7 518          32   352           60       23        14         7         7         2       6        1        –        –
802       Offices and clinics of dentists                            104            523           2   318           15        6         5         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
804       Offices of other health practitioners                      207            663           2   515           13        8         1         –         3         –       1        –        –        –
8049        Offices of health practitioners, n.e.c.                  185            578           2   198            4        –         –         –         3         –       1        –        –        –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                        886         3 086          12 920             12        2         1         –         3         2       3        1        –        –
83      Social services                                               356           859              3 656          43       25         7         7         3         1       –        –        –        –
835       Child day care services                                     160           286              1 206          17        7         2         7         1         –       –        –        –        –
836       Residential care                                            165           477              2 053          12        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.
40       MISSOURI                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.          Counties                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        CASS Con.
            Services     Con.
86      Membership organizations                                      366             788             3 148          67      47        12         6         1         1       –        –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                      347             741             2 951          56      36        12         6         1         1       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                17              31              253           16      15         1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –



        CEDAR

                 Total                                             2 435           8 081         35 277             296     191        50        33        13         2       7        –        –        –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              123             483             2 189           9       7         1         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
07      Agricultural services                                         123             483             2 189           9       7         1         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    (B)             (D)               (D)           3       1         1         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                               86             181             1 029          37      31         5         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                             721          3 048         12 212              28      11         8         3         1         2       3        –        –        –
20      Food and kindred products                                     (C)             (D)               (D)           4       –         2         1         –         1       –        –        –        –
23      Apparel and other textile products                             (E)            (D)               (D)           2       –         –         –         –         –       2        –        –        –
27      Printing and publishing                                       (C)             (D)               (D)           4       1         2         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       124             655             3 643          17      11         –         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                           (B)             (D)               (D)          17      10         5         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                              580          1 307              5 484          80      40        19        16         5         –       –        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   130             343             1 549           8       2         2         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       116             368             1 583          18       9         4         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    211            267              1 098          25       9         6         9         1         –       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             180            223                944          18       5         3         9         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       118            471              2 231          22      15         3         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  572          1 622              7 185          79      61         8         4         3         –       3        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               352          1 156              4 948          12       6         1         2         –         –       3        –        –        –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                         209            518              2 147           3       1         –         –         –         –       2        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                 4               8               10            4       4         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –



        CHARITON

                 Total                                             1 453           5 825         25 551             234     155        45        18        12         3       1        –        –        –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing                3               8               25            3       3         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              111             324             1 437          27      20         3         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                             486          2 582         10 954              12       2         2         1         3         3       1        –        –        –
34      Fabricated metal products                                     148             589             3 578           3       –         –         –         1         2       –        –        –        –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                            (C)             (D)               (D)           2       –         –         –         1         –       1        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                        53             355             1 446          19      16         2         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                           221          1 068              5 104          27       8        11         6         2         –       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              155             816             3 796          20       5        10         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                              230             555             2 370          51      30        15         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       117             427             1 980          29      21         5         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  228             498             2 207          62      51         7         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                 4               8               28            4       4         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –



        CHRISTIAN

                 Total                                             8 353          31 732        134 981             962     587       178       108        68       13        6        1        1        –

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               60             172              779           19      13         6         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                     51             293             1 397           4       2         –         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                           1 048           4 212         18 714             199     130        35        26         8         –       –        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                    296          1 152              5 144          57      37        11         6         3         –       –        –        –        –
151       General building contractors                                262             962             4 319          42      24        10         5         3         –       –        –        –        –

16      Heavy construction, except building                           103             417             2 052          15      10         3         –         2         –       –        –        –        –

17      Special trade contractors                                     649          2 643         11 518             127      83        21        20         3         –       –        –        –        –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                         185          1 066              4 254          21      10         4         4         3         –       –        –        –        –
174       Masonry, stonework, and plastering                          104             382             1 932          25      19         2         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
177       Concrete work                                               107             399             1 751          15       7         4         4         –         –       –        –        –        –

          Note: Employment size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J    10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                           MISSOURI           41

Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        CHRISTIAN Con.
            Manufacturing                                          2 613          11 492         47 326              87      32        20        13        13         3       4        1        1        –
23      Apparel and other textile products                            463          1 181              5 531           5       –         1         –         2         –       1        1        –        –

24      Lumber and wood products                                      173            552              2 361          17       8         4         2         3         –       –        –        –        –

25      Furniture and fixtures                                        158            572              2 265           8       5         1         1         –         –       1        –        –        –

27      Printing and publishing                                       148            809              3 363           9       2         2         2         3         –       –        –        –        –
275       Commercial printing                                         103            673              2 823           5       1         1         1         2         –       –        –        –        –

30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    279          1 924              7 321           7       1         1         3         –         1       1        –        –        –
3089       Plastics products, n.e.c.                                  125            588              2 767           4       –         –         3         –         1       –        –        –        –

35      Industrial machinery and equipment                            125            690              2 617          13       5         5         –         3         –       –        –        –        –

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

37      Transportation equipment                                      225            988              4 434           7       4         1         –         –         1       1        –        –        –

38      Instruments and related products                              (C)             (D)               (D)           3       1         –         –         1         1       –        –        –        –

            Transportation and public utilities                       243          1 427              6 327          59      44         8         4         3         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                           436          2 077              8 603          60      35        12         7         6         –       –        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 297          1 632              6 680          40      25         6         5         4         –       –        –        –        –
508       Machinery, equipment, and supplies                          106            648              2 407          11       8         –         1         2         –       –        –        –        –

51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              139            445              1 923          20      10         6         2         2         –       –        –        –        –

            Retail trade                                           1 879           5 314         23 714             196      99        44        25        21         6       1        –        –        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                        111            436              1 746          11       6         1         2         2         –       –        –        –        –

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

54      Food stores                                                   335            819              3 642          29      13         9         2         3         2       –        –        –        –

55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       330          1 507              6 756          30       8        11         5         5         1       –        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                    118            806              3 861           3       –         –         –         2         1       –        –        –        –

58      Eating and drinking places                                    696          1 067              5 210          53      21        11         9         9         3       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             584            895              4 179          33       8         6         8         8         3       –        –        –        –

59      Miscellaneous retail                                          208            769              3 478          47      32         8         5         2         –       –        –        –        –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       347          1 550              6 783          79      56        11        10         2         –       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       207          1 024              4 457          17       2         5         8         2         –       –        –        –        –

            Services                                               1 667           5 168         21 265             246     163        42        22        14         4       1        –        –        –
73      Business services                                             250            903              4 461          29      20         4         2         2         –       1        –        –        –
738       Miscellaneous business services                             175            527              2 536           8       4         2         –         1         –       1        –        –        –

80      Health services                                               511          1 445              6 207          33      14        10         2         4         3       –        –        –        –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                        355            942              4 026           6       –         –         1         2         3       –        –        –        –

83      Social services                                               234            364              1 694          27      16         3         5         2         1       –        –        –        –

86      Membership organizations                                      141            320              1 343          40      32         5         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
866       Religious organizations                                     128            277              1 202          32      24         5         2         1         –       –        –        –        –

87      Engineering and management services                           106            373              1 420          21      14         4         1         2         –       –        –        –        –

            Unclassified establishments                                 9              27               73           13      13         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –



        CLARK

                 Total                                                898          2 707         12 219             153      98        23        25         6         1       –        –        –        –

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              (A)             (D)               (D)           2       2         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    (B)             (D)               (D)           2       1         –         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                               19              53              294           10       9         1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                             126             315             1 447          10       6         1         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                        40             156              701           14      12         1         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                           157             795             3 640          20       9         2         7         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                              284             680             2 973          36      16         7        11         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                        79             322             1 370          15      10         3         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  164             275             1 240          41      30         8         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                               (A)             (D)               (D)           3       3         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –

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

Table 2.          Counties                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        CLAY

                 Total                                            72 541        454 519       1 884 558          4 406     2 236      952       585      389       133       88       10        6        7

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              335             905             4 618          68      40        21         4         3         –       –        –        –        –
07      Agricultural services                                          (E)            (D)               (D)          67      39        21         4         3         –       –        –        –        –
074       Veterinary services                                         105             385             1 937          16       3        10         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
078       Landscape and horticultural services                        162             408             2 223          34      23         9         –         2         –       –        –        –        –

            Mining                                                    122             753             3 853           5       2         –         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
14      Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels                            (C)             (D)               (D)           4       1         –         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
142       Crushed and broken stone                                    115             719             3 736           3       –         –         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
1422        Crushed and broken limestone                              115             719             3 736           3       –         –         1         1         1       –        –        –        –

            Construction                                           4 378          24 787        127 317             482     298       101        48        26         5       2        1        1        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                     (F)            (D)               (D)         153     113        27        10         1         2       –        –        –        –
151       General building contractors                                488          2 251         10 193             112      80        22         8         –         2       –        –        –        –

16      Heavy construction, except building                           692          6 938         30 079              24       7         5         3         7         –       1        1        –        –
162       Heavy construction, except highway                          627          6 449         27 809              20       7         3         3         5         –       1        1        –        –

17      Special trade contractors                                  3 094          15 188         84 941             304     178        68        35        18         3       1        –        1        –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                         532          3 672         16 454              59      33        10         9         5         2       –        –        –        –
173       Electrical work                                             296          2 000              9 252          36      19         8         4         5         –       –        –        –        –
174       Masonry, stonework, and plastering                          121            428              1 778          17       9         4         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
175       Carpentry and floor work                                    369          1 420              5 995          60      36        18         4         1         –       1        –        –        –
1751        Carpentry work                                            332          1 309              5 552          47      27        14         4         1         –       1        –        –        –
176       Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                       114            395              2 088          21      12         6         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
177       Concrete work                                               189            762              4 232          35      21         6         8         –         –       –        –        –        –
179       Misc. special trade contractors                          1 378           6 048         43 182              46      24        12         4         4         1       –        –        1        –
1794        Excavation work                                          176           1 095          5 620              13       7         3         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
1799        Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                      1 164           4 615         36 209              26      13         7         3         2         –       –        –        1        –

            Manufacturing                                         16 385        168 494         646 675             235      53        32        48        44       26       25        3        2        2
20      Food and kindred products                                  1 498          10 153         41 950              14       2         1         2         2         3       3        –        1        –
204       Grain mill products                                         419          3 491         14 399               6       2         –         –         1         2       1        –        –        –
209       Misc. food and kindred products                             830          5 411         22 601               3       –         –         –         1         –       1        –        1        –

23      Apparel and other textile products                            241          1 100              4 803           6       2         1         2         –         –       1        –        –        –

26      Paper and allied products                                  1 094           8 060         32 107              12       –         2         1         1         4       3        1        –        –
265       Paperboard containers and boxes                             517          4 860         18 241               5       –         –         1         –         1       3        –        –        –

27      Printing and publishing                                    1 814          13 776         57 861              62      19        16        11         7         3       5        1        –        –
275       Commercial printing                                      1 433          10 915         46 551              40      13        10         7         3         1       5        1        –        –
2752        Commercial printing, lithographic                      1 309          10 152         42 969              26       8         7         3         1         1       5        1        –        –
2759        Commercial printing, n.e.c.                              124             763          3 582              14       5         3         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
279       Printing trade services                                     147          1 560              6 252           5       –         1         2         1         1       –        –        –        –
2796        Platemaking services                                      147          1 560              6 252           5       –         1         2         1         1       –        –        –        –

28      Chemicals and allied products                              1 060           9 090         35 453              22       4         4         3         3         5       2        1        –        –
285       Paints and allied products                                  303          2 979         10 853               5       –         1         1         –         1       2        –        –        –
289       Miscellaneous chemical products                             620          5 032         20 285              10       2         1         1         2         3       –        1        –        –

30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                 1 103           7 159         29 007              19       2         –         4         8         1       4        –        –        –
308       Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                     903          5 819         23 925              15       1         –         3         7         1       3        –        –        –
3089        Plastics products, n.e.c.                                 634          3 858         16 972              11       1         –         2         6         –       2        –        –        –

32      Stone, clay, and glass products                               125            643              3 199           7       1         –         4         2         –       –        –        –        –

34      Fabricated metal products                                  1 152           9 400         36 194              24       5         1         4         6         4       4        –        –        –
344       Fabricated structural metal products                        468          3 149         14 670              11       2         1         1         3         3       1        –        –        –
3444        Sheet metalwork                                           125            949          3 800               5       2         –         –         2         1       –        –        –        –
349       Misc. fabricated metal products                             219          1 719              7 112           4       1         –         1         1         –       1        –        –        –

35      Industrial machinery and equipment                            448          3 142         14 268              18       4         2         6         4         1       1        –        –        –
359       Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                                171          1 563              6 611           6       2         2         –         1         –       1        –        –        –
3599        Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                              171          1 563              6 611           6       2         2         –         1         –       1        –        –        –

36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                     425          2 135              8 321           8       3         –         –         1         3       1        –        –        –

37      Transportation equipment                                       (I)            (D)               (D)           7       1         –         1         4         –       –        –        –        1

38      Instruments and related products                              (F)            (D)            (D)               3       1         –         –         1         –       –        –        1        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                               1 454          14 939         78 750               8       –         1         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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                           MISSOURI           43

Table 2.         Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

       CLAY Con.
           Transportation and public utilities                     3 183         20 034          82   233         244       121        44        37        28         7       7        –        –        –
41     Local and interurban passenger transit                        165            417           1   387          11         5         –         2         4         –       –        –        –        –
415      School buses                                                144            319           1   000           6         1         –         1         4         –       –        –        –        –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                    1 886         11 594          47   973         149        77        32        20        11         4       5        –        –        –
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                 1 517          9 604          39   215         128        71        26        16         8         2       5        –        –        –
422      Public warehousing and storage                              369          1 990           8   748          20         5         6         4         3         2       –        –        –        –
45     Transportation by air                                         237          1 362           5   104          13         6         2         3         1         –       1        –        –        –
47     Transportation services                                       405          1 629           6   676          41        22         5         9         4         –       1        –        –        –
472      Passenger transportation arrangement                        117            432           1   867          20        12         4         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
4724       Travel agencies                                           108            401           1   773          17         9         4         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
478      Miscellaneous transportation services                       205            653           2   575           9         3         –         3         2         –       1        –        –        –
48     Communication                                                 220          1 656           8   042          18         7         5         1         4         1       –        –        –        –
481      Telephone communication                                     124          1 152           5   507          12         5         3         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          242          2 949          11   383           8         1         –         2         3         2       –        –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                         7 618         63   472       260   357         392       171        87        59       46        13       13        2        –        1
50     Wholesale trade durable goods                               3 941         33   047       133   281         254       104        59        45       29         9        7        1        –        –
501      Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                       1 283         10   507        38   878          37         8         7        11        6         1        3        1        –        –
5012       Automobiles and other motor vehicles                      934          8   255        29   911          10         2         –         1        3         –        3        1        –        –
5013       Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                      250          1   405         5   550          20         4         7         7        1         1        –        –        –        –
502      Furniture and homefurnishings                               287          1   953         8   657           9         2         1         3        1         1        1        –        –        –
503      Lumber and construction materials                           454          4   184        15   142          26         9         7         4        3         2        1        –        –        –
5033       Roofing, siding, and insulation                           108              870         3   228           7         3         1         1        1         1        –        –        –        –
5039       Construction materials, n.e.c.                            254          2   574         8   999          12         4         4         2        –         1        1        –        –        –
504      Professional and commercial equipment                       349          3   036        12   611          32        19         5         2        4         2        –        –        –        –
5047       Medical and hospital equipment                            137          1   307         5   710           9         4         1         1        2         1        –        –        –        –
505      Metals and minerals, except petroleum                       289          2   575        10   191          12         3         1         4        2         1        1        –        –        –
506      Electrical goods                                            146          1   164         7   639          30        17        10         3        –         –        –        –        –        –
507      Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment                    303          2   850        11   954          22         2         8         9        2         1        –        –        –        –
5072       Hardware                                                  121          1   075         4   656          11         –         6         4        1         –        –        –        –        –
5075       Warm air heating and air conditioning                     126          1   362         5   709           5         1         –         2        1         1        –        –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                          572          4   563        19   683          67        34        17         6        9         1        –        –        –        –
5084       Industrial machinery and equipment                        293          2   468        10   935          33        18         8         1        6         –        –        –        –        –
5085       Industrial supplies                                       162          1   306         5   433          17         8         4         2        2         1        –        –        –        –
509      Miscellaneous durable goods                                 258          2   215         8   526          19        10         3         3        2         –        1        –        –        –
5099       Durable goods, n.e.c.                                     172          1   697         5   884           5         3         –         –        1         –        1        –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade nondurable goods                            1 760         15   373        61   999         122        63        24        12       15         4        4        –        –        –
511      Paper and paper products                                    384          3   385        14   158          22        14         1         1        4         1        1        –        –        –
5111       Printing and writing paper                                200          2   250         9   322           5         2         1         –        1         –        1        –        –        –
5112       Stationery and office supplies                            116              487         2   113          11         8         –         –        2         1        –        –        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                              370          2   569        11   507          21        11         6         –        2         1        1        –        –        –
515      Farm product raw materials                                  109              971         3   697           6         1         3         1        –         1        –        –        –        –
5153       Grain and field beans                                     109              971         3   697           6         1         3         1        –         1        –        –        –        –
516      Chemicals and allied products                               174          1   127         4   433          19        10         3         4        1         1        –        –        –        –
5162       Plastics materials and basic shapes                       120              616         2   498           8         3         –         3        1         1        –        –        –        –
518      Beer, wine, and distilled beverages                         398          4   707        16   649           6         1         –         1        2         –        2        –        –        –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                      216          1   548         6   721          33        18         7         4        4         –        –        –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                1 917         15   052        65   077          16         4         4         2        2         –        2        1        –        1
            Retail trade                                          16 747         55 208         234   142      1 025        388       267      170       128        46       22        4        –        –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                        639          2 887          12   001         45         13        16        7         5         4        –        –        –        –
521      Lumber and other building materials                         397          1 872           7   793         15          4         3        2         2         4        –        –        –        –
525      Hardware stores                                             126            560           2   000         10          2         3        2         3         –        –        –        –        –
53     General merchandise stores                                  2 813          8 546          33   801         33          8         8        1         2         2       10        2        –        –
531      Department stores                                         2 490          7 483          29   806         13          –         –        –         –         2        9        2        –        –
54     Food stores                                                 2 223          6 203          25   736         84         29        19       16        10         5        3        2        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                            2 039          5 762          24   010         51         11        10       12         8         5        3        2        –        –
546      Retail bakeries                                             115            249           1   005         16          8         4        2         2         –        –        –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                     2 229         12 842          58   006        163         52        54       26        20        10        1        –        –        –
551      New and used car dealers                                  1 125          8 784          40   424         23          1         2        1         9         9        1        –        –        –
553      Auto and home supply stores                                 267          1 261           5   370         32         12        13        3         4         –        –        –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   650          1 867           7   895         72         13        36       18         4         1        –        –        –        –
56     Apparel and accessory stores                                  640          1 454           5   597          81        29        32        14         5         1       –        –        –        –
562      Women’s clothing stores                                      216           377           1   505          20         3         8         6         3         –       –        –        –        –
565      Family clothing stores                                       177           357           1   426           8         –         1         4         2         1       –        –        –        –
566      Shoe stores                                                  147           433           1   498          30        14        13         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores                           586         2 586          10   958          77        38        26         9         3         –       1        –        –        –
571      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                         285         1 512           6   719          40        21        11         6         2         –       –        –        –        –
5712       Furniture stores                                           165           990           4   456          14         3         6         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
573      Radio, television, and computer stores                       255           799           3   269          30        13        14         2         –         –       1        –        –        –
5731       Radio, TV, and electronic stores                           162           485           2   043          12         5         5         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
58     Eating and drinking places                                  5 580         10 993          47 971           293        89        47        60        71       21        5        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                          5 102         10 074          43 797           213        38        33        53        63       21        5        –        –        –
5813        Drinking places                                          154            305           1 098            17         9         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.
44       MISSOURI                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        CLAY Con.
            Retail trade Con.
59      Miscellaneous retail                                       1 512          5 042          21   822          237      126        65        36         9         1       –        –        –        –
591       Drug stores and proprietary stores                         323          1 289           5   324           29        6         8        12         3         –       –        –        –        –
594       Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                        621          1 688           7   329           79       37        20        18         3         1       –        –        –        –
5941        Sporting goods and bicycle shops                         113            272           1   325           22       13         6         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
5944        Jewelry stores                                           135            574           2   378           20       11         4         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
5945        Hobby, toy, and game shops                               122            219           1   198            7        4         1         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
5947        Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                        119            247           1   020           14        4         6         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
599       Retail stores, n.e.c.                                      397          1 347           5   928           73       42        24         4         3         –       –        –        –        –
5995        Optical goods stores                                     153            630           2   959           21       10         9         –         2         –       –        –        –        –
5999        Miscellaneous retail stores, n.e.c.                      170            521           2   200           32       19         9         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                 525          4 655          18   250           12        4         –         1         3         2       2        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                    2 285         12 501          55 049            375      247        65        42        16         4       1        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       868         4 442          18 091             63       18        15        18         9         3       –        –        –        –
602       Commercial banks                                            615         3 137          12 387             39        6        11        13         7         2       –        –        –        –
603       Savings institutions                                        173           896           3 886             14        5         2         5         2         –       –        –        –        –
61      Nondepository institutions                                    216         1 574              6 922          40       25        11         3         –         1       –        –        –        –
614       Personal credit institutions                                120           822              3 263          13        7         4         1         –         1       –        –        –        –
63      Insurance carriers                                            134             891            3 616          25       18         3         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        255         1 303              6 224          91       80         7         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
65      Real estate                                                   665         2 886          13   668          126       86        25        10         4         –       1        –        –        –
651       Real estate operators and lessors                           344         1 533           7   655           44       26        12         3         2         –       1        –        –        –
653       Real estate agents and managers                             182           830           3   913           64       50        11         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
655       Subdividers and developers                                  112           404           1   589           11        5         1         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                              21 458        108 309         469 882         1 546       883       334       176        97       31       18        –        3        4
70      Hotels and other lodging places                               523         1 266              5 513          21        5         2         5         5         3       1        –        –        –
72      Personal services                                          1 038          2 717          10   859          174      104        44        24         1         –       1        –        –        –
721       Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                    264            827           3   519           51       32        10         8         1         –       –        –        –        –
7216        Drycleaning plants, except rug                           122            304           1   342           17        7         4         6         –         –       –        –        –        –
723       Beauty shops                                               361          1 009           4   357           70       37        21        12         –         –       –        –        –        –
729       Miscellaneous personal services                            308            509           1   449           28       17         9         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
7291        Tax return preparation services                          234            330               710            6        2         3         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
73      Business services                                          3 590         24 881         106   869          222      135        39        17        15         9       6        –        –        1
733       Mailing, reproduction, stenographic                        243          1 581           5   938           20        9         4         2         3         2       –        –        –        –
7331        Direct mail advertising services                         172            973           3   956            8        3         –         1         2         2       –        –        –        –
734       Services to buildings                                      330            828           3   529           50       36         7         3         3         –       1        –        –        –
7349        Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                    306            751           3   118           39       26         6         3         3         –       1        –        –        –
735       Misc. equipment rental and leasing                         142            828           3   839           18        7         8         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
736       Personnel supply services                                1 027          3 706          15   777           22       10         1         –         2         4       5        –        –        –
7361        Employment agencies                                      134            740           2   715            8        5         1         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
7363        Help supply services                                     893          2 966          13   062           14        5         –         –         1         3       5        –        –        –
737       Computer and data processing services                    1 197         15 810          68   181           34       24         6         2         1         –       –        –        –        1
738       Miscellaneous business services                            571          1 695           7   621           57       32        12         7         3         3       –        –        –        –
7389        Business services, n.e.c.                                299            885           3   628           40       25         7         5         2         1       –        –        –        –
75      Auto repair, services, and parking                            763         4 154          17   703          137       86        29        18         1         3       –        –        –        –
753       Automotive repair shops                                     567         3 139          12   800          105       64        27        11         1         2       –        –        –        –
7532        Top and body repair and paint shops                       130           667           2   846           25       16         4         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
7538        General automotive repair shops                           323         1 885           7   327           57       37        14         4         –         2       –        –        –        –
754       Automotive services, except repair                          108           316           1   659           25       18         1         6         –         –       –        –        –        –
76      Miscellaneous repair services                                 141             735            3 060          52       43         6         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
78      Motion pictures                                               291             651            2 156          19        4         3         5         7         –       –        –        –        –
784      Video tape rental                                            132             162              657          10        3         2         2         3         –       –        –        –        –
79      Amusement and recreation services                          3 236         10 117          45 600             53       29         6         7         8         1       –        –        –        2
793      Bowling centers                                             170            427           1 643              6        1         –         –         4         1       –        –        –        –
799      Misc. amusement, recreation services                      2 994          9 588          43 476             36       21         4         6         3         –       –        –        –        2
80      Health services                                            6 695         45   691       200   933          326      153        90        44        23         7       6        –        2        1
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                   1 067         12   455        60   342          112       43        33        24        12         –       –        –        –        –
802       Offices and clinics of dentists                            526          3   024        14   277          101       53        36        10         2         –       –        –        –        –
803       Offices of osteopathic physicians                          120          1   320         6   085           16        5         7         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
804       Offices of other health practitioners                      245          1   470         6   910           50       34        11         2         3         –       –        –        –        –
8049        Offices of health practitioners, n.e.c.                  120              760         3   690           12        5         2         2         3         –       –        –        –        –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                       769          1 871           9   196            9        1         –         –         2         3       3        –        –        –
806       Hospitals                                                3 259         21 794          87   855            5        –         –         –         –         –       2        –        2        1
808       Home health care services                                  282            863           3   796            6        1         –         1         1         3       –        –        –        –
809       Health and allied services, n.e.c.                         360          2 615          11   254           13        5         2         3         1         1       1        –        –        –
81      Legal services                                                288         1 912              9 413          83       65        11         6         1         –       –        –        –        –
82      Educational services                                       1 288          3 690          15 370             19        8         4         1         3         1       1        –        1        –
821       Elementary and secondary schools                           149            482           2 001              9        2         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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                           MISSOURI           45

Table 2.          Counties                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        CLAY Con.
            Services Con.
83      Social services                                            1 170           3 222         13       485           93      36     22        11        21         2       1        –        –        –
832       Individual and family services                             178             842          3       484           21      10      6         2         2         1       –        –        –        –
833       Job training and related services                          237             353          1       481            9       4      2         –         1         1       1        –        –        –
835       Child day care services                                    353             808          3       265           29       7      6         8         8         –       –        –        –        –
836       Residential care                                           305             954          4       130           23       9      6         1         7         –       –        –        –        –
86      Membership organizations                                   1 788           5 142         20 839                187     107     43        22         8         5       2        –        –        –
863      Labor organizations                                         119             794          3 285                 17       9      5         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
864      Civic and social associations                               123             189            899                 27      22      3         1         –         1       –        –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                   1 469           3 856         15 399                128      66     31        19         6         4       2        –        –        –
87      Engineering and management services                           572          3 453         15       249          150     104     32        11         3         –       –        –        –        –
871       Engineering and architectural services                      106            719          3       579           28      19      6         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
872       Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                       207            951          3       509           63      44     15         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
874       Management and public relations                             224          1 579          7       238           54      40      8         3         3         –       –        –        –        –
8742        Management consulting services                            106            698          3       185           28      23      2         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                30              56                 432           34      33      1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –


        CLINTON
                 Total                                             3 060          11 545         48 469                403     251     68        50        26         6       2        –        –        –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing                (B)            (D)                  (D)          12       7      4         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Mining                                                      (B)            (D)                  (D)           1       –      –         –         –         1       –        –        –        –
           Construction                                               115            470              2   210           38      30      5         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                              211            874              3   445           20       9      6         2         2         1       –        –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                        183            951              4   201           29      19      3         5         2         –       –        –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                            216          1 448              4   680           25      11      5         6         3         –       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              162          1 149              3   409           13       3      3         4         3         –       –        –        –        –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                       111            963              2   462            5       –      –         2         3         –       –        –        –        –
5191       Farm supplies                                              111            963              2   462            5       –      –         2         3         –       –        –        –        –
           Retail trade                                               824          2 191              9 587             85      43     18        13         9         1       1        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                     (C)            (D)                (D)             3       2      –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   136              319            1 364             15       2      8         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              129              309            1 316             13       1      7         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       175              582            2 220             22      14      2         3         3         –       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   119              262              942              9       4      –         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    251              420            1 920             18       7      3         3         4         1       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             243              414            1 885             13       3      2         3         4         1       –        –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                        231              996            4 434             34      21      4         7         2         –       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       138              757            3 382              9       2      –         5         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                               1 172           4 210         17 678                155     107     23        13         8         3       1        –        –        –
80      Health services                                              656           2 968         12 241                 26      12      3         3         4         3       1        –        –        –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                       326           1 033          4 239                  6       –      –         –         3         3       –        –        –        –
83      Social services                                               133              326            1 297             19       9      6         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                 5                5                 21            4       4      –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –


        COLE

                 Total                                            28 245        139 113         601 735             2 033     1 047   432       271      189        50       33        7        3        1
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              121              358            1 987             24      12      7         5         –         –       –        –        –        –
07      Agricultural services                                         121              358            1 987             24      12      7         5         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                     36              184                914            6       3      2         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                           2 264          12 406         59 968                265     153     51        30        24         5       2        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                    615          2 971         12 561                 97      57     24         9         7         –       –        –        –        –
151      General building contractors                                 574          2 805         11 626                 78      40     22         9         7         –       –        –        –        –
16      Heavy construction, except building                           289          1 518              8 736             15       6      2         2         2         3       –        –        –        –
161      Highway and street construction                              108            759              4 728              5       1      2         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
162      Heavy construction, except highway                           180            758              4 007              9       4      –         2         1         2       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                  1 360           7   917       38       671          153      90     25        19        15         2       2        –        –        –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                        366           2   394       10       717           31      16      6         5         2         1       1        –        –        –
173       Electrical work                                            271           1   959        9       477           21      11      6         1         2         –       1        –        –        –
174       Masonry, stonework, and plastering                         239           1   077        5       655           24      12      4         5         2         1       –        –        –        –
1742        Plastering, drywall, and insulation                      179               876        4       001           10       3      1         3         2         1       –        –        –        –
176       Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                      163               988        4       452           15       8      1         3         3         –       –        –        –        –
179       Misc. special trade contractors                            126               724        4       481           20      12      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.
46       MISSOURI                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        COLE Con.
           Manufacturing                                           2 924          19 552         81 954                 64     21      15        13         5         2       4        3        1        –
20      Food and kindred products                                     (C)            (D)            (D)                  1      –       –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
27      Printing and publishing                                       724          4 854         23 344                 20      9       4         4         1         –       1        1        –        –
2752         Commercial printing, lithographic                        101            655          2 630                  9      3       2         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
28      Chemicals and allied products                                  (F)            (D)                 (D)            2      1       –         –         –         –       –        –        1        –
30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    (C)             (D)                 (D)            2      –       –         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
32      Stone, clay, and glass products                               173            936              5 009              7      1       1         2         2         1       –        –        –        –
34      Fabricated metal products                                     172          1 046              4 752              4      1       1         –         1         –       1        –        –        –
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                      (E)            (D)                 (D)            5      –       3         1         –         –       –        1        –        –
37      Transportation equipment                                       (E)            (D)                 (D)            2      1       –         –         –         –       –        1        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                    1 183           9 296         36 858                 82     44      13         9        12         2       2        –        –        –
41      Local and interurban passenger transit                        144            287              1 060              7      2       1         2         1         1       –        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      233          1 803              7 029             32     19       6         3         4         –       –        –        –        –
48      Communication                                                 410          3 411         13 588                 23     14       3         1         4         –       1        –        –        –
481       Telephone communication                                     225          2 262          8 345                 13     10       2         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
483       Radio and television broadcasting                           123            833          3 868                  3      –       –         –         3         –       –        –        –        –
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          291          3 115         12 627                  8      3       1         1         1         1       1        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                        2 732          14 434         60 181                130     63      22        18        22         4       –        –        –        1
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                  (F)            (D)                  (D)          85     40      16        13        14         2       –        –        –        –
501      Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                          141            822          3       590           13      5       4         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
503      Lumber and construction materials                            108            818          3       367            9      6       1         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
5031       Lumber, plywood, and millwork                              100            737          2       652            5      2       1         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
504      Professional and commercial equipment                        357          3 523         12       700           24     10       3         2         8         1       –        –        –        –
5044       Office equipment                                           149            953          3       874           10      4       –         2         4         –       –        –        –        –
5045       Computers, peripherals and software                        169          2 378          8       015           10      4       2         –         3         1       –        –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           104            680          3       056           12      5       3         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                           1 748           7 015         28 736                 44     23       6         5         8         1       –        –        –        1
514      Groceries and related products                              156             794          3 490                 13      6       3         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                    1 417           5 018         20 431                 12      6       1         2         1         1       –        –        –        1
            Retail trade                                           6 664          18 642         77 005                457    193     115        69        56       14        8        2        –        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                        265          1 107              4 450             26     10       8         2         5         1       –        –        –        –
521       Lumber and other building materials                         154            771              3 174             10      1       4         2         2         1       –        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                 1 180           3 640         14 769                 13      4       –         2         1         1       4        1        –        –
531      Department stores                                         1 106           3 501         14 084                  7      1       –         –         –         1       4        1        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   955          2 455         10 302                 38     13       9        10         1         1       4        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              913          2 378          9 950                 30      8       8         8         1         1       4        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       619          2 879         12 025                 57     24      15        10         6         2       –        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                    272          1 769          7 744                 10      4       –         –         4         2       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   252            728          2 565                 32     13      10         7         2         –       –        –        –        –
56      Apparel and accessory stores                                  229            492              1 992             40     14      20         6         –         –       –        –        –        –
562       Women’s clothing stores                                     117            222                936             15      4       6         5         –         –       –        –        –        –
57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          315          1 029              4   330           53     34      11         6         2         –       –        –        –        –
571       Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        175            634              2   709           30     19       6         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
5712        Furniture stores                                          136            516              2   212           19     11       3         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
573       Radio, television, and computer stores                      117            298              1   181           16     10       3         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                 2 193           4 021         16 901                125     34      28        21        33         9       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                          2 056           3 782         15 791                 94     14      23        15        33         9       –        –        –        –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                          584          1 735              7   240          100     59      22        12         7         –       –        –        –        –
591       Drug stores and proprietary stores                          111            458              1   835            8      1       2         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
594       Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                         228            565              2   386           40     24       8         6         2         –       –        –        –        –
599       Retail stores, n.e.c.                                       148            470              2   002           34     24       6         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                  324          1 284              4   996            5      1       2         –         1         –       –        1        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                    2 322          15 796         65 539                195    119      29        22        17         3       4        1        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       767          4 439         19 463                 36     11       6         8         8         –       3        –        –        –
602       Commercial banks                                            601          3 512         15 718                 18      3       1         6         5         –       3        –        –        –
61      Nondepository institutions                                    101          1 001              3 288             10      3       3         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
63      Insurance carriers                                            267          2 119              8 553             22     12       1         5         3         1       –        –        –        –
631       Life insurance                                              111            819              3 020              7      1       –         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
633       Fire, marine, and casualty insurance                        101            883              3 841              8      5       1         1         –         1       –        –        –        –
64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        538          4 633         19 808                 53     37       7         4         2         2       1        –        –        –
65      Real estate                                                   168            674              3 170             60     48       9         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
67      Holding and other investment offices                           (E)            (D)                 (D)            7      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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                           MISSOURI           47

Table 2.         Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        COLE Con.
            Services                                               9 930         48 156         216      400         791    422       177       104        53       19       13        1        2        –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                              656          1 464           6      523          20      8         –         7         1        2        2        –        –        –
701       Hotels and motels                                          656          1 464           6      476          19      7         –         7         1        2        2        –        –        –
72      Personal services                                            319            756           3      350          63     35        19         8         1        –        –        –        –        –
721       Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                    103            230                  969          17      9         4         4         –        –        –        –        –        –
723       Beauty shops                                               110            324           1      413          26     14         9         3         –        –        –        –        –        –
73      Business services                                          1 113          4 939          21      153          91     52        14        11         7        4        3        –        –        –
734       Services to buildings                                      188            253           1      140          22     13         3         3         2        1        –        –        –        –
7349        Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                    180            218                  981          17      8         3         3         2        1        –        –        –        –
736       Personnel supply services                                  224            836           3      389           4      –         1         –         2        –        1        –        –        –
737       Computer and data processing services                      278          1 493           7      498          18     11         1         4         –        1        1        –        –        –
738       Miscellaneous business services                            145            947           4      339          17     12         4         –         –        –        1        –        –        –
75      Auto repair, services, and parking                           262          1 044           4      373          54     32        14         7         1        –        –        –        –        –
753       Automotive repair shops                                    189            872           3      632          44     28        11         5         –        –        –        –        –        –
79      Amusement and recreation services                            183            579           2      603          24     17         2         2         2        1        –        –        –        –
799       Misc. amusement, recreation services                       122            463           2      175          16     12         1         1         1        1        –        –        –        –
80      Health services                                            3 777         23 301         108      655         143     67        35        20         9        5        4        1        2        –
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                     869          8 204          42      302          47     17        14        10         5        –        –        1        –        –
802       Offices and clinics of dentists                            175            951           4      457          28     12        11         4         1        –        –        –        –        –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                       465          1 482           6      308           8      3         –         –         –        3        2        –        –        –
806       Hospitals                                                1 588          9 368          40      878           4      1         –         –         –        1        –        –        2        –
808       Home health care services                                  378          1 179           5      040           6      2         –         –         1        1        2        –        –        –
81      Legal services                                               233          1 805          10      152          44     28         9         5         2        –        –        –        –        –
82      Educational services                                         355          1 372           5      629          18      6         2         2         7        1        –        –        –        –
821       Elementary and secondary schools                           222            907           3      748           8      1         1         1         4        1        –        –        –        –
83      Social services                                              882          2 829          11      805          70     35        12        10        10        1        2        –        –        –
832       Individual and family services                             139            683           2      709          14      5         4         2         3        –        –        –        –        –
833       Job training and related services                          224            463           2      028           4      –         –         1         1        1        1        –        –        –
835       Child day care services                                    231            460           1      770          23      7         7         6         3        –        –        –        –        –
839       Social services, n.e.c.                                    154            910           3      648          14     12         1         –         –        –        1        –        –        –
86      Membership organizations                                   1 538          7 189          29      562         164     89        43        17         8        5        2        –        –        –
861       Business associations                                      310          2 380           9      701          41     25         9         3         3        1        –        –        –        –
862       Professional organizations                                 108            722           2      910          22     12         8         2         –        –        –        –        –        –
863       Labor organizations                                        116          1 004           3      963          17     11         3         2         –        1        –        –        –        –
864       Civic and social associations                              215            562           2      323          18     10         3         4         –        –        1        –        –        –
866       Religious organizations                                    719          2 109           8      820          49     20        15         6         4        3        1        –        –        –
87      Engineering and management services                          453          2 312          10      055          70     38        19         8         5        –        –        –        –        –
871       Engineering and architectural services                     138            739           3      280          18      8         6         2         2        –        –        –        –        –
8711        Engineering services                                     107            564           2      541          11      3         5         1         2        –        –        –        –        –
872       Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                      223            977           4      213          26     11         8         4         3        –        –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                69           289                  929          19     17         1         –         –         1       –        –        –        –


        COOPER
                Total                                              4 044         14 363          61 770              380    234        67        40        22         9       6        2        –        –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               14             42            227                4      3         1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                     57           308           1 229                3      1         1         –         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                             151            557           3 178               48     39         4         5         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                          1 108          4 815          20 261               17      3         3         1         4         1       3        2        –        –
20      Food and kindred products                                     (C)            (D)             (D)               1      –         –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
23      Apparel and other textile products                            (C)            (D)             (D)               1      –         –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      (E)            (D)             (D)               4      1         –         1         1         –       –        1        –        –
30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    (C)            (D)             (D)               2      –         –         –         –         1       1        –        –        –
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                     (E)            (D)             (D)               1      –         –         –         –         –       –        1        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       294         1 419              6 656            24     12         4         3         3         2       –        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      130           778              3 290            13      7         3         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                            204            724             3 202            36     21         6         8         1         –       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              146            467             2 008            23     12         4         6         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                              882         2 172              9   095          87     43        25         9         6         3       1        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                    133           356              1   322           4      1         2         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   154           341              1   528           9      5         2         –         –         2       –        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              154           341              1   528           9      5         2         –         –         2       –        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       229           714              3   133          21      8         8         1         3         1       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   141           313              1   414          13      5         7         –         –         1       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    221           292              1 230            18      6         4         5         3         –       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             189           272              1 114            12      3         2         4         3         –       –        –        –        –

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

Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        COOPER Con.
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                      131             666          2    574           25      18         3         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                               1 181           3 650         15    322          125      84        20        10         6         3       2        –        –        –
80      Health services                                              472           1 640          7    187           24      13         3         2         4         1       1        –        –        –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                       205             542          2    239            5       1         –         –         3         1       –        –        –        –
82      Educational services                                          (C)             (D)               (D)           2       –         –         –         –         1       1        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                22              10               26           11      10         –         1         –         –       –        –        –        –



        CRAWFORD

                 Total                                             5 428          22 068         88 748             461     274        88        49        30       12        4        4        –        –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               69             106              480           10       8         1         –         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    (A)             (D)               (D)           1        –        1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              186             759             3 598          41      30         5         3         3         –       –        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                    109             418             2 159          19      13         2         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
151      General building contractors                                 105             407             2 097          17      11         2         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                          1 959          11 574         40 813              59      23         8        10         9         5       2        2        –        –
23      Apparel and other textile products                             (E)            (D)               (D)           4       2         –         –         –         1       –        1        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      153            523              2 267          15       7         4         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
242       Sawmills and planing mills                                  142            492              2 148          12       5         3         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
31      Leather and leather products                                   (E)            (D)               (D)           1       –         –         –         –         –       –        1        –        –
34      Fabricated metal products                                     310          1 605              7 388          10       4         1         2         1         1       1        –        –        –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                            113            567              2 689           7       2         1         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                   (C)            (D)               (D)           1       –         –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       219          1 252              5 677          31      22         2         4         2         1       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                           121            650              2 950          17      12         2         –         3         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                           1 340           3 339         15 001             112      51        25        22         8         4       2        –        –        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                        168            604              2 839          10       1         3         4         1         1       –        –        –        –
521       Lumber and other building materials                         144            507              2 410           7       –         3         2         1         1       –        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   367            885              3 920          18       7         2         4         4         –       1        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              326            817              3 678          14       6         1         3         3         –       1        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       299            916              4 069          27      14         4         7         1         –       1        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   222            628              2 808          14       6         2         4         1         –       1        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    322            437              2 086          23       7         5         7         2         2       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             239            329              1 591          14       2         3         6         2         1       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       174            724              3 191          34      24         5         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       115            534              2 385           7       –         2         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                             115            534              2 385           7       –         2         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                               1 349           3 636         16 904             152     100        39         7         2         2       –        2        –        –
73      Business services                                             439            997              4 431          12       7         3         1         –         –       –        1        –        –
80      Health services                                               198            512              2 607          19       9         8         –         –         2       –        –        –        –
82      Educational services                                           (E)            (D)               (D)           1       –         –         –         –         –       –        1        –        –
83      Social services                                               102            243              1 040          18       7         8         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                               (A)             (D)               (D)           4       4         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –



        DADE

                 Total                                             1 201           4 084         16 527             147      92        29        16         6         2       2        –        –        –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              (A)             (D)               (D)           2       1         1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    (A)             (D)               (D)           2        –        1         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                               26              70              324           11      10         –         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                             322          1 250              4 619          15       6         2         1         4         1       1        –        –        –
23      Apparel and other textile products                            189             728             2 771           3       –         –         –         1         1       1        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                        50             203              844           17      12         5         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                           382          1 602              6 465          11       5         1         2         1         1       1        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                               (E)            (D)               (D)           8       4         –         2         –         1       1        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                              222             459             2 022          32      12        14         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                        55             185              838           15      10         2         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  117             237             1 055          36      30         3         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                 3               4               24            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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                           MISSOURI           49

Table 2.         Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        DALLAS

                 Total                                             2 716           7 260         29 842             262     173        50        18        15         3       1        1        1        –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              (A)             (D)               (D)           3       2         1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    (A)             (D)               (D)           1       1         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              126             307             1 632          29      22         4         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                             517          2 009              7 596          18       9         6         1         –         –       1        1        –        –
20      Food and kindred products                                      (E)            (D)               (D)           2       –         1         –         –         –       –        1        –        –
23      Apparel and other textile products                            (C)             (D)               (D)           1       –         –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                        50             254             1 114          21      17         4         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                           172             667             2 798          27      15         6         3         3         –       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              104             373             1 393          15       9         3         –         3         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                              657          1 783              7 836          64      27        18        10         7         2       –        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       114             515             2 183          13       5         5         1         2         –       –        –        –        –

58      Eating and drinking places                                    230            326              1 621          19       7         4         4         3         1       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             215            308              1 453          12       1         4         3         3         1       –        –        –        –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       106            447              2 126          22      17         3         –         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                               1 076           1 762              6 613          76      62         8         3         1         1       –        –        1        –
80      Health services                                               118            458              1 827          12       9         1         1         –         1       –        –        –        –

83      Social services                                               846          1 024              3 609          13       8         2         1         1         –       –        –        1        –

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



        DAVIESS

                 Total                                             1 175           3 687         16 108             179     121        30        20         6         –       2        –        –        –

            Mining                                                    (A)             (D)               (D)           1       1         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                               97             243             1 634          27      21         4         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                             314          1 243              5 188          12       6         2         2         1         –       1        –        –        –
37      Transportation equipment                                      (C)             (D)               (D)           2       1         –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –

            Transportation and public utilities                       (B)             (D)               (D)          14      12         –         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                           140             495             2 246          16       4         5         6         1         –       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              117             361             1 546          13       4         3         5         1         –       –        –        –        –

            Retail trade                                              260             572             2 564          54      33        16         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                        97             340             1 493          16      10         1         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  214             528             1 944          38      33         2         2         –         –       1        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               148             418             1 461           8       5         1         1         –         –       1        –        –        –

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



        DE KALB

                 Total                                             1 122           3 936         16 672             165     114        26        14         8         1       2        –        –        –

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              (A)             (D)               (D)           6       6         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    (A)             (D)               (D)           1       1         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                               91             306             1 297          31      25         4         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                              36             163              573            6       4         1         –         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                        76             237             1 038          18      12         4         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                            70             350             1 753          12       7         2         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                              361             749             3 274          34      16        10         3         4         –       1        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   169             341             1 392          10       5         2         1         1         –       1        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              169            341              1 392          10       5         2         1         1         –       1        –        –        –

58      Eating and drinking places                                    133            181               762           13       6         3         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             119            165               687            9       3         3         –         3         –       –        –        –        –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       250          1 541              6 383          13       7         2         2         1         –       1        –        –        –
63      Insurance carriers                                            (C)             (D)               (D)           2       1         –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –

            Services                                                  183            470              2 076          43      36         3         2         1         1       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                               (B)             (D)               (D)           1        –        –         –         1         –       –        –        –        –

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

Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        DENT

                 Total                                             3 911          18 388         71 118             328     202        64        30        19         6       5        1        1        –

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              (A)             (D)               (D)           2       1         1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    (B)             (D)               (D)           2       1         –         –         –         1       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              132             660             2 151          29      18         7         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                     105             587             1 764          19      10         5         4         –         –       –        –        –        –

            Manufacturing                                             982          4 281         17 567              36      17         8         3         4         1       2        1        –        –
23      Apparel and other textile products                            456          1 278              4 841           4       1         –         –         1         –       1        1        –        –

24      Lumber and wood products                                      187            693              2 983          19       9         6         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
242       Sawmills and planing mills                                  117            472              2 095          11       5         4         –         2         –       –        –        –        –

28      Chemicals and allied products                                 (C)             (D)               (D)           6       4         1         –         –         1       –        –        –        –

33      Primary metal industries                                      (C)             (D)               (D)           1       –         –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –

            Transportation and public utilities                        82            303              1 385          24      21         1         –         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                            (F)            (D)               (D)          15       6         3         3         2         –       –        –        1        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                               (F)            (D)               (D)           8       3         1         2         1         –       –        –        1        –

            Retail trade                                              873          2 508              9 838          78      39        18        11         6         2       2        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                    (C)             (D)               (D)           4       3         –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –

54      Food stores                                                   (C)             (D)               (D)           7       2         2         –         2         –       1        –        –        –

55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       118            330              1 386          20       8         9         3         –         –       –        –        –        –

58      Eating and drinking places                                    224            319              1 405          12       4         2         2         2         2       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             166            252              1 106           9       2         2         2         2         1       –        –        –        –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       160            804              3 212          27      19         3         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       111            612              2 447           6       –         1         3         2         –       –        –        –        –

            Services                                                  705          2 312              9 444         106      73        22         5         3         2       1        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               346          1 463              5 907          18      10         5         –         –         2       1        –        –        –

            Unclassified establishments                                22              32              138            9       7         1         1         –         –       –        –        –        –



        DOUGLAS

                 Total                                             2 077           6 578         26 833             189     123        39        10        10         4       2        –        1        –

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              (A)             (D)               (D)           2       2         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    (A)             (D)               (D)           1        –        1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                               65             553             1 612          14      12         1         –         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                             974          2 953         12 469              15       5         4         1         2         –       2        –        1        –
23      Apparel and other textile products                            (C)             (D)               (D)           2       –         –         1         –         –       1        –        –        –

36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                      (F)            (D)               (D)           1       –         –         –         –         –       –        –        1        –

39      Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                        (C)             (D)               (D)           1       –         –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –

            Transportation and public utilities                        85             365             1 540          31      23         8         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                            92             300             1 439          15       9         4         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                              395             964             3 843          43      21        14         4         2         2       –        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                    106             327             1 170           4       –         3         –         –         1       –        –        –        –

58      Eating and drinking places                                    105            147               663           10       4         3         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             103            141               634            9       3         3         2         –         1       –        –        –        –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                        78            336              1 280          12       8         1         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  371          1 055              4 418          50      37         6         2         3         2       –        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               101            325              1 362           6       4         1         –         –         1       –        –        –        –

            Unclassified establishments                                 7              22              106            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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                           MISSOURI           51

Table 2.         Counties                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        DUNKLIN
                 Total                                             7 597          28 630        124 507               769     504     129        67        42       14       10        2        1        –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               70            216          1       184          20      15       3         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              536          2 441         10       948          52      37       7         2         3         2       1        –        –        –
16      Heavy construction, except building                           129            668          2       967           7       3       1         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
162       Heavy construction, except highway                          129            668          2       967           7       3       1         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                     317          1 416          6       022          27      20       4         –         1         1       1        –        –        –
173       Electrical work                                             104            560          2       442           4       1       2         –         –         1       –        –        –        –
             Manufacturing                                         1 429           6 834         29 404                29      13       1         3         6         2       3        –        1        –
20      Food and kindred products                                     (C)             (D)            (D)                2       –       –         –         –         –       2        –        –        –
27      Printing and publishing                                      158             744          3 608                 8       4       1         –         2         1       –        –        –        –
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                     (F)             (D)           (D)                 1       –       –         –         –         –       –        –        1        –
37      Transportation equipment                                      (C)             (D)           (D)                 3       1       –         –         1         –       1        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       293          1 324              5 572            57      39       9         6         3         –       –        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      162            598              2 551            33      26       3         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                            537          2   906       13       373          69      37      17        11         3         –       1        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 355          1   916        9       463          34      18       6         7         2         –       1        –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           214          1   378        7       038          10       5       1         2         1         –       1        –        –        –
5083       Farm and garden machinery                                  205          1   347        6       869           6       1       1         2         1         –       1        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              182              990        3       910          35      19      11         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                           1 760           4 998         21 859               226     145      37        22        17         3       2        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                    (E)             (D)            (D)                9       3       2         1         1         –       2        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                  328             900          4 035                30      15       7         3         3         2       –        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                             319             875          3 917                27      13       6         3         3         2       –        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                      332           1 284          5 045                52      36       9         3         4         –       –        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                   140             723          2 960                 8       2       2         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                  119             310          1 027                25      18       6         –         1         –       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                   417             651          2 883                50      28       7         7         8         –       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            398             631          2 779                39      17       7         7         8         –       –        –        –        –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                         160             472          2 035                46      37       5         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       424          1 706              7   631          77      54      13         4         5         1       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       239          1 085              4   952          18       7       4         2         4         1       –        –        –        –
602       Commercial banks                                            223          1 025              4   704          14       5       2         2         4         1       –        –        –        –
65      Real estate                                                   103            236              1   044          28      22       4         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                               2 542           8 193         34       475         235     160      42        17         5         6       3        2        –        –
72      Personal services                                            115             312          1       075          22      13       5         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
80      Health services                                            1 446           5 486         23       477          50      23      13         3         1         6       3        1        –        –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                       538           1 386          6       201           8       –       2         –         –         4       2        –        –        –
808       Home health care services                                  320           1 136          4       800           4       –       1         –         –         2       1        –        –        –
83      Social services                                               509          1 241              5 153            19       8       6         3         1         –       –        1        –        –
86      Membership organizations                                      157              264            1 115            53      43       8         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                      136              219              910            46      37       8         –         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                 6              12                 61            4       4       –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –


        FRANKLIN
                 Total                                            29 475        141 655         599 078            2 223     1 240    432       277      169        52       37       12        4        –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              138              462            2 267            35      26       5         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
07      Agricultural services                                         138              462            2 267            35      26       5         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    240          1 998              8 451            11       4       1         3         2         –       1        –        –        –
10      Metal mining                                                   (C)            (D)                (D)            1       –       –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
14      Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels                            (C)              (D)                (D)           9       4       1         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
           Construction                                            2 237          11 589         49 903               369     248      64        40        14         2       –        1        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                   459           1 768          7 803               122      91      17        12         2         –       –        –        –        –
151      General building contractors                                373           1 356          6 102                94      69      13        11         1         –       –        –        –        –
16      Heavy construction, except building                           594          3 856         15 365                15       5       2         4         2         1       –        1        –        –
162      Heavy construction, except highway                           594          3 856         15 365                15       5       2         4         2         1       –        1        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                  1 184           5 965         26       735         232     152      45        24        10         1       –        –        –        –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                        141             659          2       893          35      25       5         5         –         –       –        –        –        –
173       Electrical work                                            172             893          4       693          28      14       7         5         2         –       –        –        –        –
174       Masonry, stonework, and plastering                         112             492          2       251          23      16       6         –         1         –       –        –        –        –
175       Carpentry and floor work                                   100             489          2       157          26      17       5         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
179       Misc. special trade contractors                            367           2 195          8       346          41      20       9         7         4         1       –        –        –        –
1794        Excavation work                                          133             633          2       948          19      10       4         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
1799        Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                        143             804          3       726          11       3       4         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.
52       MISSOURI                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.         Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        FRANKLIN Con.
             Manufacturing                                        10 415          60   884      250       235          207     59      30        29        38       23       19        6        3        –
20      Food and kindred products                                    339           2   357       11       309           16      5       4         2         2        3        –        –        –        –
23      Apparel and other textile products                           695           2   814       10       892           11      3       –         –         4        1        3        –        –        –
235       Hats, caps, and millinery                                  360           1   347        5       646            5      –       –         –         3        1        1        –        –        –
25      Furniture and fixtures                                       812           7   391       30       081            8      –       3         1         1        1        1        –        1        –
254       Partitions and fixtures                                    163           1   056        4       464            5      –       3         1         –        –        1        –        –        –
26      Paper and allied products                                    656           5   196       20       104            6      1       1         –         2        –        1        1        –        –
27      Printing and publishing                                    1 081           5   095       21       019           21     11       2         4         1        1        1        –        1        –
28      Chemicals and allied products                                115               518        2       188            6      2       1         1         1        1        –        –        –        –
30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                 1 165           5   746       22       913           17      3       3         1         5        3        –        2        –        –
306       Fabricated rubber products, n.e.c.                         772           3   827       14       833            3      –       –         –         1        –        –        2        –        –
3089         Plastics products, n.e.c.                               260           1   296        5       186            8      –       3         1         2        2        –        –        –        –
33      Primary metal industries                                     424           3   176       11       375            5      1       –         –         2        –        1        1        –        –
34      Fabricated metal products                                  1 287           7   566       31       792           27     10       1         2         8        2        3        1        –        –
344       Fabricated structural metal products                       256           1   820        7       259            7      4       –         1         –        1        1        –        –        –
347       Metal services, n.e.c.                                     154               539        2       537            8      3       –         1         3        1        –        –        –        –
349       Misc. fabricated metal products                            736           4   386       18       808            5      –       1         –         1        –        2        1        –        –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                         1 472          10   030       44       433           38     13       2        10         2        6        4        1        –        –
354       Metalworking machinery                                     206           2   094       12       221            6      –       1         2         –        3        –        –        –        –
356       General industrial machinery                               484           3   041       11       261            3      –       –         –         –        2        –        1        –        –
359       Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                               203           1   361        5       719           19     10       1         5         2        1        –        –        –        –
3599         Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                            203           1   361        5       719           19     10       1         5         2        1        –        –        –        –
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                    483           2   804       11       012            3      –       –         –         1        –        2        –        –        –
37      Transportation equipment                                     499           2   611       10       238           10      –       5         –         1        1        3        –        –        –
3714         Motor vehicle parts and accessories                     252           1   170        4       645            4      –       1         –         1        –        2        –        –        –
39      Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                       975           3   300       13       423           12      2       2         3         1        3        –        –        1        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                 103               767        3       585            3      –       –         –         3        –        –        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                    1 680          11 867         51 503                 95     53      15        15         8         2       –        2        –        –
41      Local and interurban passenger transit                        (C)             (D)            (D)                 8      2       1         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                     805           3 029         15 719                 58     38       7         7         5         –       –        1        –        –
48      Communication                                                191           1 492          6 275                 17      8       3         4         1         1       –        –        –        –
481       Telephone communication                                    130           1 290          5 408                 11      7       1         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          (F)            (D)            (D)                  7      2       2         1         –         1       –        1        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                         1 232           8 065         33     159            115     60      24        19         8         2       2        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                709           5 182         20     631             64     39      12         7         4         –       2        –        –        –
501      Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                         187             732          2     593             12      8       2         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
5013       Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                      175             684          2     383              7      4       1         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                          269           2 850         11     275             10      4       2         2         1         –       1        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              (F)             (D)                (D)            50     21      11        12         4         2       –        –        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                              197           1 128              5 050              8      1       –         4         2         1       –        –        –        –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                      204             929              3 934             19      8       5         3         2         1       –        –        –        –
5191       Farm supplies                                             113             478              2 053             12      4       4         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
             Retail trade                                          6 486          18 629         79 320                516    224     125        83       64        12        5        3        –        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                       255           1 086          4 904                 30     10      11         7        2         –        –        –        –        –
521       Lumber and other building materials                        137             730          3 283                 11      2       3         4        2         –        –        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                    (F)             (D)            (D)                15      3       4         1        3         2        –        2        –        –
54      Food stores                                                  616           1 766          7 529                 58     19      16        11       12         –        –        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                             571           1 653          7 092                 46     11      13        10       12         –        –        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                    1 307           5 230         22 808                107     36      33        20       15         2        1        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                   504           2 808         12 162                 20      6       2         1       10         –        1        –        –        –
553       Auto and home supply stores                                119             406          1 709                 18      9       5         4        –         –        –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                  596           1 634          7 000                 56     15      22        13        4         2        –        –        –        –
56      Apparel and accessory stores                                  (C)              (D)                (D)           20     11       7         1         –         1       –        –        –        –
57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          178              716            3 433             42     24      15         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
571       Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        127              456            2 006             25     12      10         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                 2 215           3 404         15 490                136     53      15        27       30          7       4        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                          1 981           3 061         13 617                 89     22       9        20       27          7       4        –        –        –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                          500          1 647              7   331          106     68      24        12         2         –       –        –        –        –
591       Drug stores and proprietary stores                          119            550              2   388           14      5       6         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
594       Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                         138            346              1   346           31     21       5         5         –         –       –        –        –        –
599       Retail stores, n.e.c.                                       111            282              1   426           32     25       4         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                   (E)            (D)                  (D)           2      –       –         1         –         –       –        1        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       896          4 608         21 103                168    119      24        13        10         2       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       526          2 507         12 116                 31      4      10         8         7         2       –        –        –        –
602       Commercial banks                                            455          2 154         10 549                 24      4       4         8         6         2       –        –        –        –
64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        109              541            2 121             41     35       4         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
65      Real estate                                                   157              599            3 066             65     54       8         2         1         –       –        –        –        –

          Note: Employment size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J    10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                           MISSOURI           53

Table 2.          Counties                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        FRANKLIN Con.
            Services                                               6 137         23 540         102 917              679    419       144        71        25         9      10        –        1        –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                              285            539           2 899               23     11         4         4         3         –       1        –        –        –
701       Hotels and motels                                          260            500           2 671               16      6         3         3         3         –       1        –        –        –
72      Personal services                                             326           988              3 984            81     58        14         8         1         –       –        –        –        –
721       Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                     133           413              1 540            15      6         4         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
723       Beauty shops                                                107           264              1 140            42     36         5         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
73      Business services                                             860         3 522          15 324               73     55         7         6         1         1       3        –        –        –
736       Personnel supply services                                   364           924           3 779                5      2         –         –         1         –       2        –        –        –
738       Miscellaneous business services                             342         1 990           8 974               16     11         1         2         –         1       1        –        –        –
75      Auto repair, services, and parking                            302         1 297              5 275            65     41        16         6         2         –       –        –        –        –
753       Automotive repair shops                                     238         1 097              4 754            56     37        14         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
7538        General automotive repair shops                           111           482              1 976            32     23         7         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
79      Amusement and recreation services                             165           385              2 026            26     14         7         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
799      Misc. amusement, recreation services                         112           254              1 509            19     12         4         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
80      Health services                                            2 443         11 467          49      356         110     53        29        12         5         4       6        –        1        –
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                     239          1 690           8      715          31     12        12         4         3         –       –        –        –        –
802       Offices and clinics of dentists                            126            667           3      029          28     19         7         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                       864          2 513          10      291          11      2         –         –         1         3       5        –        –        –
808       Home health care services                                  116            349           1      541           4      1         1         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
81      Legal services                                                101           467              2 101            29     22         5         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
82      Educational services                                          312         1 004              3 868            11      2         1         1         4         3       –        –        –        –
83      Social services                                               368           751              3 114            56     34         7        14         –         1       –        –        –        –
835       Child day care services                                     118           206                728            18     10         2         6         –         –       –        –        –        –
86      Membership organizations                                      505         1 010              4 078           107     72        24         7         4         –       –        –        –        –
864      Civic and social associations                                110           180                750            21     13         7         –         1         –       –        –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                      309           635              2 529            67     47        12         5         3         –       –        –        –        –
87      Engineering and management services                           316         1 737              8   728          58     31        19         5         3         –       –        –        –        –
871       Engineering and architectural services                      133           669              3   288          19      8         9         –         2         –       –        –        –        –
8711        Engineering services                                      100           507              2   538           7      –         5         –         2         –       –        –        –        –
872       Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                       125           646              3   487          23     12         7         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                14             13                 220          28     28         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –



        GASCONADE

                 Total                                             4 166         17 224          73 740              431    262        76        51        29         9       3        –        1        –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               32             60                 317           9      6         3         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                     16             80                 344           3       –        3         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              159            553             3 129            50     37        11         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                     113            399             2 398            32     23         7         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                          1 861          9 902          41 140               42      9         6         7        12         4       3        –        1        –
20      Food and kindred products                                     133            447             1 817             4      1         –         –         2         1       –        –        –        –
23      Apparel and other textile products                            235           788              3 081             5      –         –         2         2         –       1        –        –        –
25      Furniture and fixtures                                        (C)            (D)                 (D)           1      –         –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
27      Printing and publishing                                       800         4 933          20 863               12      5         –         2         3         1       –        –        1        –
30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    (C)            (D)                 (D)           2      –         –         –         1         –       1        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       169           998              4 635            21     15         2         –         4         –       –        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      133           652              3 237            13      8         2         –         3         –       –        –        –        –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                   133           652              3 237            13      8         2         –         3         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                           231           924              4 050            33     16         9         6         2         –       –        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 153           662              2 935            21      8         8         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                              803         2 081              8 594           115     64        19        25         6         1       –        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   130           273              1 157            11      4         2         2         3         –       –        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       173           589              2 480            27     13         7         6         1         –       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    259           305              1 271            39     21         4        12         2         –       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             225           274              1 053            23      7         3        11         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       150           439              1 956            30     22         2         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  744         2 186              9 544           120     85        21         7         3         4       –        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               246           850              3 597            14      7         2         2         1         2       –        –        –        –
86      Membership organizations                                      104           183                  696          26     18         6         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                 1              1                 31            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.
54       MISSOURI                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.         Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        GENTRY
                 Total                                             1 578           5 814         24 405                210     130      44       23         8         3       2        –        –        –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               (B)            (D)                (D)             6       5       –        –         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                     (A)            (D)                (D)             1       1       –        –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                                58           112                576             18      16       –        2         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                             281          1 845              6 874              9       1       5        –         2         –       1        –        –        –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                             (C)            (D)                (D)             2       1       –        –         –         –       1        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       136             435             1   813           16       6       3        6         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                            98             389             1   674           14       6       5        2         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                              321             902             3   772           63      39      14        8         2         –       –        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   121             248             1   065           13       3       5        4         1         –       –        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              121             248             1   058           12       2       5        4         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                        62            255              1   255           19      15       2        2         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  574          1 678              7   621           63      40      15        3         1         3       1        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               344          1 187              5   430           15       6       5        –         1         2       1        –        –        –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                        196            529              2   389            4       –       1        –         1         2       –        –        –        –
83      Social services                                               151            261              1   138           13       5       4        3         –         1       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                               (A)             (D)                 (D)            1       1        –        –        –         –       –        –        –        –


        GREENE
                 Total                                           119 485        578 092       2 437 955             7 269     3 737   1 473     998      670       208      128       32       14        9
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              387          1 123              5   485           93      65      21        4         3         –       –        –        –        –
07      Agricultural services                                         387          1 123              5   485           93      65      21        4         3         –       –        –        –        –
074       Veterinary services                                         190            609              2   640           29      16       9        2         2         –       –        –        –        –
078       Landscape and horticultural services                        122            340              2   110           52      40      11        1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                     85            514          2       357            7       1       4        1         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                           5 725          29 973        133       525          707     395     140      103        60         5       4        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                 1 253           5 803         24       813          196     113      44       28        10         1       –        –        –        –
151       General building contractors                             1 102           5 276         22       269          150      76      39       25         9         1       –        –        –        –
16      Heavy construction, except building                           (E)             (D)                  (D)          30      11       3        4        11         1       –        –        –        –
161       Highway and street construction                            156           1 378          9       652            7       2       1        1         2         1       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                  3 812          19 570         80       476          480     271      93       71        39         3       3        –        –        –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                        848           5 263         20       462           91      43      16       20        11         1       –        –        –        –
172       Painting and paper hanging                                 161             571          2       800           44      30       9        4         1         –       –        –        –        –
173       Electrical work                                            622           3 843         14       827           60      28      12       11         7         2       –        –        –        –
174       Masonry, stonework, and plastering                         747           3 781         14       779           71      41      16        4         8         –       2        –        –        –
1741        Masonry and other stonework                              298           1 096          4       976           28      17       6        1         3         –       1        –        –        –
1742        Plastering, drywall, and insulation                      422           2 552          9       214           35      18       9        2         5         –       1        –        –        –
175       Carpentry and floor work                                   327           1 309          5       183           60      42       8        7         3         –       –        –        –        –
1751        Carpentry work                                           276           1 048          4       188           50      36       6        5         3         –       –        –        –        –
176       Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                      284           1 124          4       871           31      14       8        5         4         –       –        –        –        –
177       Concrete work                                              172             685          4       017           37      26       7        2         2         –       –        –        –        –
179       Misc. special trade contractors                            610           2 841         12       624           70      35      15       16         3         –       1        –        –        –
1791        Structural steel erection                                216             963          4       466            6       –       1        3         1         –       1        –        –        –
1794        Excavation work                                          138             717          2       919           24      14       5        5         –         –       –        –        –        –
1799        Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                        228             970          4       485           32      16       6        8         2         –       –        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                  (C)             (D)                  (D)           1       –       –        –         –         –       1        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                         21 016        131   456       531       055          386     141      57       59        64       22       25        9        4        5
20      Food and kindred products                                  4 150         25   830       105       914           27       5       4        4         3        3        4        2        1        1
204       Grain mill products                                        230          1   347         5       279            8       2       1        –         3        2        –        –        –        –
2048        Prepared feeds, n.e.c.                                   230          1   347         5       279            8       2       1        –         3        2        –        –        –        –
23      Apparel and other textile products                           396          1   611         6       296           12       5       1        3         1        –        2        –        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      511          2 184              8   019           35      19       4        3         7         1       1        –        –        –
243       Millwork, plywood and structural members                    227          1 016              4   168           21      12       3        2         3         1       –        –        –        –
2431        Millwork                                                  108            535              2   105           10       6       1        –         3         –       –        –        –        –
249       Miscellaneous wood products                                 197            837              2   907            7       4       –        1         1         –       1        –        –        –
25      Furniture and fixtures                                        302          1 487              5 487             14       8       1        2         2         –       1        –        –        –
251       Household furniture                                         279          1 376              5 042              9       5       –        1         2         –       1        –        –        –
26      Paper and allied products                                  1 473          11 289         43 941                 10       –       3        2         1         1       2        –        –        1
265       Paperboard containers and boxes                          1 383          10 841         42 091                  4       –       –        –         –         1       2        –        –        1
27      Printing and publishing                                    2 727          12 845         53       262           86      41      19       12        10         –       1        2        –        1
271       Newspapers                                                 439           2 077          8       655            9       5       –        3         –         –       –        1        –        –
274       Miscellaneous publishing                                   283             477          1       953            5       2       1        –         1         –       –        1        –        –
275       Commercial printing                                        385           1 924          8       842           46      19      14        7         6         –       –        –        –        –
2752         Commercial printing, lithographic                       309           1 460          6       680           32       9      12        6         5         –       –        –        –        –
28      Chemicals and allied products                                 539          4 144         16 129                 13       6       3        2         –         –       1        1        –        –
30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    376          2 480         11 434                 10       4       2        1         2         –       –        1        –        –

          Note: Employment size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J    10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                           MISSOURI           55

Table 2.          Counties                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        GREENE Con.
            Manufacturing Con.
32      Stone, clay, and glass products                               662         4 528          18 006             21        2         5         5         6         1       2        –        –        –
327       Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products                      635         4 392          17 222             17        –         4         4         6         1       2        –        –        –
3272       Concrete products, n.e.c.                                  262         1 474           5 937              7        –         2         3         1         –       1        –        –        –

34      Fabricated metal products                                  1 987         15 068          61 087             45       15         6         9         7         4       3        –        1        –
344       Fabricated structural metal products                     1 660         12 986          52 033             22        3         3         4         6         3       2        –        1        –
3443        Fabricated plate work (boiler shops)                   1 463         12 093          47 906              8        –         –         –         2         3       2        –        1        –
349       Misc. fabricated metal products                             185         1 340              6 058           4        –         1         1         1         –       1        –        –        –

35      Industrial machinery and equipment                         1 337          9 855          37 075             34       13         5         4         5         4       1        2        –        –
356       General industrial machinery                                636         5 129          18 458              8        1         1         1         2         1       1        1        –        –
359       Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                                120             724            3 021          12        8         1         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
3599        Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                              120             724            3 021          12        8         1         2         –         1       –        –        –        –

36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                  3 572         21 501          87 919             16        3         –         1         5         1       2        1        2        1
367       Electronic components and accessories                    1 261          6 840          28 791              7        1         –         –         2         1       1        1        1        –

37      Transportation equipment                                   2 054          9 999          40 560             21        4         1         3         4         6       2        –        –        1
371       Motor vehicles and equipment                             1 938          9 342          38 897             18        4         –         3         3         5       2        –        –        1
3711       Motor vehicles and car bodies                             229            976           4 935              5        –         –         1         2         2       –        –        –        –
3714       Motor vehicle parts and accessories                     1 531          7 294          29 360              8        3         –         –         1         1       2        –        –        1

39      Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                        193             546            2 271          19        9         1         6         3         –       –        –        –        –
399       Miscellaneous manufactures                                  127           416           1 680             11        6         1         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                  632         7 508          31 319             11        –         1         1         5         1       3        –        –        –

            Transportation and public utilities                    6 829         44 493         187 669            409      220        62        58        42       14       10        2        1        –
41      Local and interurban passenger transit                        177             354            1 849          11        5         –         2         3         1       –        –        –        –
411       Local and suburban transportation                           102             171             814            5        3         –         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
4119        Local passenger transportation, n.e.c.                    102             171             814            5        3         –         –         1         1       –        –        –        –

42      Trucking and warehousing                                   4 523         29 991         125 880            252      150        31        29        26         9       4        2        1        –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                4 419         29 449         123 278            238      141        29        27        26         8       4        2        1        –
422       Public warehousing and storage                              104             542            2 602          14        9         2         2         –         1       –        –        –        –

45      Transportation by air                                         229         1 264              5 240          18        6         5         5         1         1       –        –        –        –
451       Air transportation, scheduled                               187         1 039              4 198           9        1         2         4         1         1       –        –        –        –

47      Transportation services                                       422         2 074              8 866          52       28        12         7         4         –       1        –        –        –
472       Passenger transportation arrangement                        171             655            2 977          30       14        10         4         2         –       –        –        –        –

48      Communication                                              1 265          8 842          37 615             60       22         9        15         7         3       4        –        –        –
481       Telephone communication                                     561         4 987          21 846             31       14         4         7         4         –       2        –        –        –
4812        Radiotelephone communications                             168         1 065           4 648              9        4         3         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
4813        Telephone communications, exc. radio                      393         3 922          17 198             22       10         1         6         4         –       1        –        –        –
483       Radio and television broadcasting                           525         2 918          12 062             23        7         3         6         3         3       1        –        –        –

49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          196         1 846              7 654          11        5         4         –         1         –       1        –        –        –

            Wholesale trade                                       10 930         65 687         297 550            654      246       154      133        87        21       10        1        1        1
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                              5 814         35 041         150 911            434      160       103      101        55        10        4        –        1        –
501       Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                      1 888         10 070          43   498           80       24        16        23       10          3       3        –        1        –
5012       Automobiles and other motor vehicles                      641          3 911          15   817           22        9         2         3        4          2       2        –        –        –
5013       Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                    1 079          5 226          23   693           36        5        10        15        3          1       1        –        1        –
5015       Motor vehicle parts, used                                 106            600           2   625           16        8         4         2        2          –       –        –        –        –
502       Furniture and homefurnishings                               170             928            3 728          21        6         7         8         –         –       –        –        –        –
5023        Homefurnishings                                           112             624            2 564          14        4         5         5         –         –       –        –        –        –
503       Lumber and construction materials                           672         4 265          16   603           37       12         7         7         8         3       –        –        –        –
5031        Lumber, plywood, and millwork                             369         2 478           9   809           15        3         3         2         5         2       –        –        –        –
5033        Roofing, siding, and insulation                           159           856           2   903            7        2         2         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
5039        Construction materials, n.e.c.                            105           763           3   100           11        5         2         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
504       Professional and commercial equipment                       732         5 054          20 952             66       22        15        16       12          1       –        –        –        –
5044        Office equipment                                          277         1 698           7 226             22        8         6         3        4          1       –        –        –        –
5045        Computers, peripherals and software                       179         1 440           5 839             19        9         2         4        4          –       –        –        –        –
505       Metals and minerals, except petroleum                       141             776            3 461          13        5         2         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
5051       Metals service centers and offices                         141             776            3 461          13        5         2         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
506       Electrical goods                                            311         2 337              8 917          45       21        15         7         2         –       –        –        –        –
5063        Electrical apparatus and equipment                        100           776              2 907          17        9         5         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
5065        Electronic parts and equipment                            183         1 457              5 615          25       12         8         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
507       Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment                    504         3 192          14 314             42       18        11         8         3         1       1        –        –        –
5074        Plumbing and hydronic heating supplies                    318         1 806           8 281             15        6         1         5         1         1       1        –        –        –
508       Machinery, equipment, and supplies                          948         6   231        27   240           90       32        25        21       11          1       –        –        –        –
5082       Construction and mining machinery                          189         1   474         6   568            7        –         –         5        1          1       –        –        –        –
5083       Farm and garden machinery                                  198         1   013         4   275           20        8         5         4        3          –       –        –        –        –
5084       Industrial machinery and equipment                         287         2   124         9   335           30       11         9         7        3          –       –        –        –        –
5085       Industrial supplies                                        149         1   037         4   347           17        5         8         2        2          –       –        –        –        –
5087       Service establishment equipment                            122             578         2   697           14        6         3         3        2          –       –        –        –        –
509       Miscellaneous durable goods                                 427         2 026          11 575             37       19         4         6         7         1       –        –        –        –
5091        Sporting and recreational goods                           174           786           3 226             13        7         1         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.
56       MISSOURI                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.          Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        GREENE Con.
            Wholesale trade Con.
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              (H)             (D)               (D)         217      86        50        31        32       11        5        1        –        1
511      Paper and paper products                                    355           2 062          8    723           32      14         6         5         6        1        –        –        –        –
5112       Stationery and office supplies                            226           1 195          4    955           22      10         5         3         3        1        –        –        –        –
512      Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries                          140             931          4    388            7       2         –         3         1        1        –        –        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                            2 955          18 600         86    120           60      20        12         7        10        5        4        1        –        1
5141       Groceries, general line                                 1 265          10 197         44    745            8       2         1         –         2        2        –        –        –        1
5142       Packaged frozen foods                                     183           1 028          4    525            8       3         4         –         –        –        1        –        –        –
5144       Poultry and poultry products                              526           2 171          9    796            5       1         1         1         1        –        –        1        –        –
5149       Groceries and related products, n.e.c.                    490           3 424         14    048           20       4         4         4         4        3        1        –        –        –
516       Chemicals and allied products                               252          1 724              7 400          27      12        10         3         1         1       –        –        –        –
5169        Chemicals and allied products, n.e.c.                     198          1 523              6 466          18       8         7         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
517       Petroleum and petroleum products                            176          1 071         10 625              13       6         3         1         2         1       –        –        –        –
518       Beer, wine, and distilled beverages                         249          1 705              7 692           6       –         –         –         5         1       –        –        –        –
5181        Beer and ale                                              150          1 012              4 906           3       –         –         –         2         1       –        –        –        –
519       Misc. nondurable goods                                      657          2 976         12 864              56      27        14         7         6         1       1        –        –        –
5191        Farm supplies                                             349          1 468          6 107              21       6         7         4         3         –       1        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                   (C)           (D)            (D)               3       –         1         1         –         –       1        –        –        –

            Retail trade                                          27 466          85 102        359 837          1 762      744       439       262      197        80       27       10        3        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                     1 243           6 841         25 401              84      25        25        16        12         4       2        –        –        –
521       Lumber and other building materials                         781          4 632         15 332              34      10         9         2         8         3       2        –        –        –
523       Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores                          125            664              2 713          17       7         5         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
526       Retail nurseries and garden stores                          147            478              2 440          11       2         5         1         2         1       –        –        –        –
527       Mobile home dealers                                         114            847              3 994          12       3         2         7         –         –       –        –        –        –

53      General merchandise stores                                 3 881          12 088         47 713              29       4         4         3         2         2       8        4        2        –
531       Department stores                                        3 477          10 754         42 538              14       –         –         –         –         1       7        4        2        –
539       Misc. general merchandise stores                            403          1 332              5 167          14       3         4         3         2         1       1        –        –        –

54      Food stores                                                2 931           9 720         40 385             108      38        25        19        12         7       4        3        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                           2 757           9 358         38 861              75      22        15        12        12         7       4        3        –        –

55      Automotive dealers and service stations                    2 664          14 385         61 156             272     136        83        31        10         9       2        1        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                 1 206           8 944         37 228              27       4         7         1         5         7       2        1        –        –
552       Used car dealers                                            142            781              3 394          41      33         5         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
553       Auto and home supply stores                                 293          1 284              6 022          53      27        15        10         1         –       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   847          2 671         11 394             124      56        48        17         2         1       –        –        –        –
555       Boat dealers                                                106            454              1 937           6       1         3         1         –         1       –        –        –        –

56      Apparel and accessory stores                               1 307           2 850         12 268             162      66        53        32        10         1       –        –        –        –
561       Men’s and boys’ clothing stores                             129            326              1 312          17       7         5         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
562       Women’s clothing stores                                     435            922              4 136          46      14        14        13         5         –       –        –        –        –
565       Family clothing stores                                      218            482              1 954          19       3         8         5         3         –       –        –        –        –
566       Shoe stores                                                 273            602              2 583          46      22        18         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
569       Misc. apparel and accessory stores                          150            293              1 347          13       7         4         1         –         1       –        –        –        –

57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                       1 106           4 758         21 579             148      80        34        22        10         1       1        –        –        –
571       Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        531          2 357         10 952              86      52        15        13         5         1       –        –        –        –
5712        Furniture stores                                          294          1 243          5 864              45      27         8         8         1         1       –        –        –        –
5713        Floor covering stores                                     154            852          4 011              22      13         4         1         4         –       –        –        –        –
573       Radio, television, and computer stores                      516          2 153              9 584          49      19        17         8         4         –       1        –        –        –
5731        Radio, TV, and electronic stores                          409          1 761              7 685          27       7         9         7         3         –       1        –        –        –

58      Eating and drinking places                                10 235          18 639         85 082             501     148        79        94      121        49       10        –        –        –
5812         Eating places                                         9 042          16 766         74 526             360      63        52        80      111        46        8        –        –        –
5813         Drinking places                                         510             890          3 705              50      26        13         5        4         1        1        –        –        –

59      Miscellaneous retail                                       2 961           9 435         40 725             434     239       128        43        18         5       –        1        –        –
591       Drug stores and proprietary stores                          345          1 313              5 249          34      13        12         5         2         2       –        –        –        –
592       Liquor stores                                               135            310              1 577          29      12        15         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
593       Used merchandise stores                                     128            321              1 325          42      34         6         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
594       Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                      1 344           3 870         17    243          149      75        46        18         6         3       –        1        –        –
5941        Sporting goods and bicycle shops                         539           1 653          7    105           33      19         9         1         2         1       –        1        –        –
5942        Book stores                                              106             287          1    237           18       7         9         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
5944        Jewelry stores                                           145             665          3    166           27      15         6         6         –         –       –        –        –        –
5945        Hobby, toy, and game shops                               231             482          2    248           17       9         3         1         2         2       –        –        –        –
5947        Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                        225             470          2    153           41      21        15         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
596       Nonstore retailers                                          295          1 085              4 870          49      33         6         5         5         –       –        –        –        –
5962        Merchandising machine operators                           124            418              1 787          11       5         2         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
5963        Direct selling establishments                             130            493              2 329          31      23         4         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
599       Retail stores, n.e.c.                                      620           2 117          8    813          111      61        37         9         4         –       –        –        –        –
5992       Florists                                                  148             372          1    606           30      15        12         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
5995        Optical goods stores                                     115             434          1    814           18       9         7         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
5999       Miscellaneous retail stores, n.e.c.                       334           1 267          5    148           59      36        15         5         3         –       –        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                               1 138           6 386         25    528           24       8         8         2         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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                           MISSOURI           57

Table 2.          Counties                    Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        GREENE Con.
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                    6 091         34 685         139 012            732      500        95        69        49       10        8        1        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                    2 111         11 977          43 841            101       17        34        28        11         4       7        –        –        –
602       Commercial banks                                         1 529          9 233          32 530             55        5        14        19         8         3       6        –        –        –
603       Savings institutions                                       430          2 005           8 419             28        4        15         6         1         1       1        –        –        –
61      Nondepository institutions                                    366         2 556          10 599             53       30        13         5         5         –       –        –        –        –
614       Personal credit institutions                                175         1 073           4 479             24       14         5         2         3         –       –        –        –        –
616       Mortgage bankers and brokers                                184         1 454           6 067             26       14         7         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
62      Security and commodity brokers                                228         2 097              8 227          39       30         3         1         5         –       –        –        –        –
621       Security brokers and dealers                                189         1 792              7 172          28       22         1         –         5         –       –        –        –        –
63      Insurance carriers                                         1 097          7 314          28 295             46       22         8         5         7         2       1        1        –        –
631       Life insurance                                             370          2 429           7 756             16        6         2         3         3         1       1        –        –        –
633       Fire, marine, and casualty insurance                       581          3 984          16 785             21       13         3         2         2         –       –        1        –        –
64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        899         5 471          22 181            216      180        14        12         9         1       –        –        –        –
65      Real estate                                                1 370          5 098          24 791            266      211        22        18        12         3       –        –        –        –
651       Real estate operators and lessors                          508          1 382           6 379            131      109         9         8         5         –       –        –        –        –
653       Real estate agents and managers                             747         3 224          15 647             97       71        10         6         7         3       –        –        –        –

            Services                                              40 904        184 945         780 548         2 457     1 367       497       309      167        56       44        9        5        3
70      Hotels and other lodging places                            1 161          2 741          12 586             60       21        10         9        14         4       2        –        –        –
701       Hotels and motels                                        1 102          2 631          12 048             49       13         8         9        13         4       2        –        –        –

72      Personal services                                          1 907          6 015          24 926            226      128        54        29        10         2       3        –        –        –
721       Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                     809         3 135          13 212             64       30        15        10         5         2       2        –        –        –
7216        Drycleaning plants, except rug                            224           608           2 479             22        7         8         4         3         –       –        –        –        –
7218        Industrial launderers                                     154           879           3 296              3        –         –         1         –         2       –        –        –        –
723       Beauty shops                                                492         1 361              6 028          78       45        18        12         3         –       –        –        –        –
729       Miscellaneous personal services                             409            784             2 565          43       29         9         3         1         –       1        –        –        –

73      Business services                                          6 012         19 990          87 220            359      195        80        35        27         4      16        1        1        –
731       Advertising                                                 441         2 756          11 939             42       22        11         4         3         1       1        –        –        –
7311        Advertising agencies                                      357         2 170           9 389             31       15         9         4         1         1       1        –        –        –
732       Credit reporting and collection                             160            720             2 980          12        2         5         1         4         –       –        –        –        –
733       Mailing, reproduction, stenographic                         155            488             2 240          36       27         4         5         –         –       –        –        –        –
734       Services to buildings                                       890         2 470          10 445             81       46        19         6         7         1       2        –        –        –
7349        Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                     775         2 072           8 604             64       39        12         5         5         1       2        –        –        –
735       Misc. equipment rental and leasing                          199         1 046              4 248          31       14        11         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
7359        Equipment rental and leasing, n.e.c.                      135           669              2 912          20        7         9         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
736       Personnel supply services                                2 453          6 345          29 268             37       14         7         2         4         1       8        –        1        –
7363        Help supply services                                   2 409          6 094          28 117             24        5         3         2         4         1       8        –        1        –
737       Computer and data processing services                       317         2 508          10 745             32       20         5         5         1         –       1        –        –        –
7372        Prepackaged software                                      232         2 012           8 426              8        4         –         2         1         –       1        –        –        –
738       Miscellaneous business services                          1 385          3 609          15   092           79       41        18         7         7         1       4        1        –        –
7381        Detective and armored car services                       340            684           2   804           14        7         1         1         3         1       1        –        –        –
7384        Photofinishing laboratories                              149            545           2   599           11        3         7         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
7389        Business services, n.e.c.                                839          2 026           8   237           50       30        10         4         3         –       2        1        –        –

75      Auto repair, services, and parking                         1 773          7 467          31 468            268      158        51        45        11         2       1        –        –        –
751       Automotive rentals, no drivers                              177            948             3 798          28       17         4         5         2         –       –        –        –        –
7514        Passenger car rental                                      109            401             1 874          10        4         –         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
753       Automotive repair shops                                  1 107          5 335          22   670          187      108        41        31         6         1       –        –        –        –
7532        Top and body repair and paint shops                      270          1 382           5   867           48       26        11        10         1         –       –        –        –        –
7538        General automotive repair shops                          463          2 274           9   387           84       53        17        12         1         1       –        –        –        –
7539        Automotive repair shops, n.e.c.                          149            660           2   907           16        8         3         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
754       Automotive services, except repair                          469         1 123              4 707          49       31         5         8         3         1       1        –        –        –
7542        Carwashes                                                 331           626              2 559          31       24         1         2         2         1       1        –        –        –
7549        Automotive services, n.e.c.                               134           485              2 100          17        6         4         6         1         –       –        –        –        –

76      Miscellaneous repair services                                 702         2 804          12 447            102       68        18         9         3         4       –        –        –        –
762       Electrical repair shops                                     233         1 201              5 230          26       15         3         5         2         1       –        –        –        –
7629        Electrical repair shops, n.e.c.                           153           850              3 709          13        6         1         4         1         1       –        –        –        –
769       Miscellaneous repair shops                                  436         1 481              6 720          60       40        12         4         1         3       –        –        –        –
7699        Repair services, n.e.c.                                   401         1 348              6 115          51       34         9         4         1         3       –        –        –        –

78      Motion pictures                                               369           826              3 751          40       17         9         8         6         –       –        –        –        –
783       Motion picture theaters                                     156           235              1 319           9        1         –         4         4         –       –        –        –        –
7832       Motion picture theaters, except drive in                   156           235              1 319           9        1         –         4         4         –       –        –        –        –
784       Video tape rental                                           164            327             1 311          21       11         5         3         2         –       –        –        –        –

79      Amusement and recreation services                          1 362          2 875          12 332             90       53         6        15         6         8       2        –        –        –
793       Bowling centers                                             179            333             1 278           5        1         –         2         –         2       –        –        –        –
799       Misc. amusement, recreation services                     1 082          2 292          10   027           65       39         4         8         6         6       2        –        –        –
7991        Physical fitness facilities                              507            709           2   630            9        1         2         1         2         1       2        –        –        –
7997        Membership sports and recreation clubs                   218            730           3   693           14       10         –         1         –         3       –        –        –        –
7999        Amusement and recreation, n.e.c.                         297            663           2   785           31       20         1         5         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.
58       MISSOURI                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.          Counties                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        GREENE Con.
            Services      Con.
80      Health services                                           16 646        103  241        428    035          412     215        87        46        28       14       13        4        2        3
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                   1 080         19  171         82    134          102      58        16        16         9        2        1        –        –        –
802       Offices and clinics of dentists                            686          3  877         19    713          117      56        43        15         2        1        –        –        –        –
804       Offices of other health practitioners                      357          1  698          7    817           70      52        10         4         3        1        –        –        –        –
8041        Offices and clinics of chiropractors                     132             521          2    584           34      29         4         –         –        1        –        –        –        –
8049        Offices of health practitioners, n.e.c.                  149             831          3    614           25      16         5         2         2        –        –        –        –        –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                     2 301           6 309         26    993           25       1         2         2         2        7       10        1        –        –
806       Hospitals                                               10 558          63 999        256 035               8       1         –         –         –         –       –        2        2        3
807       Medical and dental laboratories                             157          1 458              5 505          21      14         4         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
808       Home health care services                                   965          2 952         12 489              20       4         3         2         8         1       1        1        –        –
809       Health and allied services, n.e.c.                          492          3 516         15 840              31      15         6         5         3         1       1        –        –        –

81      Legal services                                                895          5 871         27 982             160     109        23        18         8         2       –        –        –        –

82      Educational services                                       2 674           6 913         28 618              39      16         7         3         7         1       3        –        2        –
822       Colleges and universities                                2 261           5 584         23 358               9       –         2         –         2         1       2        –        2        –

83      Social services                                            2 207           5 793         23 859             127      54        27        25        11         7       1        2        –        –
832       Individual and family services                              388          1 282              5 309          31      17         6         4         –         4       –        –        –        –
833       Job training and related services                           296             299             1 497           5       2         –         1         –         1       1        –        –        –
835       Child day care services                                     718          1 455              5 830          46      16        13        11         5         –       –        1        –        –
836       Residential care                                            363          1 188              4 808          20       4         4         6         4         2       –        –        –        –
839       Social services, n.e.c.                                     412          1 512              5 942          14       7         2         2         2         –       –        1        –        –

86      Membership organizations                                   2 616           7 199         29 923             305     175        64        42        16         7       –        1        –        –
863       Labor organizations                                         164             550             2 084          28      16         9         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
864       Civic and social associations                               200             500             2 179          48      32        10         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
866       Religious organizations                                  2 125           5 543         23 121             200     106        42        31        14         6       –        1        –        –

87      Engineering and management services                        2 425          12 212         52 748             248     147        57        21        18         1       3        1        –        –
871       Engineering and architectural services                      698          4 635         20 508              73      32        21        10        10         –       –        –        –        –
8711        Engineering services                                      347          2 380         10 606              32      13         9         5         5         –       –        –        –        –
8712        Architectural services                                    273          1 982          8 811              33      15        11         3         4         –       –        –        –        –
872       Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                       510          3 209         12 846              87      56        22         5         3         –       1        –        –        –
874       Management and public relations                          1 141           4 034         17    754           75      50        13         4         4         1       2        1        –        –
8741       Management services                                       309           1 045          4    270           18      10         4         2         1         –       1        –        –        –
8742       Management consulting services                            638           2 071          9    635           45      31         8         2         2         1       –        1        –        –
8748       Business consulting, n.e.c.                               188             884          3    708            7       4         1         –         1         –       1        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                 125             864          4    005            9       1         2         4         2         –       –        –        –        –

            Unclassified establishments                                52             114              917           62      58         4         –         –         –       –        –        –        –



        GRUNDY

                 Total                                             2 860          12 291         50 305             285     189        43        22        25         2       2        1        1        –

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               12              18               87            4       3         1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    (A)             (D)               (D)           1       1         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                               95             344             1 585          24      19         3         –         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                             928          5 527         21 564              16       5         4         2         3         –       –        1        1        –
20      Food and kindred products                                      (F)            (D)               (D)           6       2         2         1         –         –       –        –        1        –

37      Transportation equipment                                       (E)            (D)               (D)           1       –         –         –         –         –       –        1        –        –

            Transportation and public utilities                       134             836             3 423          17      10         2         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                           145             587             2 675          18      11         3         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              124             513             2 361          12       6         2         1         3         –       –        –        –        –

            Retail trade                                              640          1 830              7 832          61      32        10         9         9         –       1        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   164             422             1 819           7       3         1         1         1         –       1        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              164             422             1 819           7       3         1         1         1         –       1        –        –        –

55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       122             596             2 537          11       6         2         1         2         –       –        –        –        –

58      Eating and drinking places                                    184             273             1 289          10       2         –         4         4         –       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             161             244             1 173           7       –         –         4         3         –       –        –        –        –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       153             743             3 292          31      24         3         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  751          2 399              9 806         108      79        17         5         4         2       1        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               377          1 470              5 808          18      13         1         1         –         2       1        –        –        –

            Unclassified establishments                               (A)             (D)               (D)           5       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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                           MISSOURI           59

Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        HARRISON

                 Total                                             2 025           6 324         27 861             255     165        45        28         5       10        2        –        –        –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              (A)             (D)               (D)           6       6         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    (A)             (D)               (D)           1        –        –         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                               49             160              752           20      16         4         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                              96             248             1 082           5        –        4         –         –         1       –        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                        67             347             1 302          18      11         5         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                           205             876             3 842          22      10         6         5         –         1       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              159             690             3 008          14       7         3         3         –         1       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                              890          2 678         12 393              72      36        12        15         3         5       1        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                    (C)             (D)               (D)           3       –         1         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   114            351              1 448           8       3         2         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              114            351              1 448           8       3         2         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       125            592              2 877          14       7         2         4         –         1       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    229            311              1 332          16       9         –         3         3         1       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             210            291              1 210          12       6         –         2         3         1       –        –        –        –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                          140            454              2 989          17      10         4         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                        91            322              1 410          21      15         4         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  606          1 589              6 723          86      67        10         4         1         3       1        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               301          1 020              4 281          14       8         2         1         –         2       1        –        –        –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                         185            529              2 250           3       –         1         –         –         1       1        –        –        –

83      Social services                                               117            153               662           12       8         1         2         –         1       –        –        –        –

            Unclassified establishments                                 3               6               12            4       4         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –



        HENRY

                 Total                                             5 942          25 483        108 002             610     368       137        63        23       10        6        3        –        –

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              (B)             (D)               (D)          12       7         5         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    (B)             (D)               (D)           1        –        –         –         –         1       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              281          1 374              6 893          68      49        13         5         –         1       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                     176             919             4 806          40      29         8         2         –         1       –        –        –        –

            Manufacturing                                          1 329           5 760         23 871              34      17         4         5         4         1       1        2        –        –
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                      (E)            (D)               (D)           3       –         1         1         –         –       –        1        –        –

37      Transportation equipment                                       (E)            (D)               (D)           1       –         –         –         –         –       –        1        –        –

38      Instruments and related products                              (C)             (D)               (D)           2       –         –         –         1         –       1        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       303          2 972         12 328              29      18         4         5         1         –       1        –        –        –
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          208          2 461         10 089               6       2         –         2         1         –       1        –        –        –

            Wholesale trade                                           506          2 309              9 528          54      24        21         6         1         1       1        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 164             625             2 745          27      12        10         4         1         –       –        –        –        –

51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              342          1 684              6 783          27      12        11         2         –         1       1        –        –        –

            Retail trade                                           1 517           4 145         17 501             179      95        43        25        12         3       1        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                    (C)             (D)               (D)           6       2         3         –         –         –       1        –        –        –

54      Food stores                                                   213             527             2 289          18      11         2         3         1         1       –        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              204             514             2 234          15       8         2         3         1         1       –        –        –        –

55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       240             912             3 954          33      15        12         4         1         1       –        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                    104             541             2 315           5       1         –         2         1         1       –        –        –        –

58      Eating and drinking places                                    519            751              3 694          42      14         9        10         8         1       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             491            734              3 577          36       9         9         9         8         1       –        –        –        –

59      Miscellaneous retail                                          165            640              2 526          45      35         6         3         1         –       –        –        –        –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       248          1 292              5 137          52      36         9         6         1         –       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       144            683              2 682          15       4         6         4         1         –       –        –        –        –

            Services                                               1 623           7 083         28 949             175     116        38        11         4         3       2        1        –        –
80      Health services                                               949          5 312         20 323              24      16         2         –         1         2       2        1        –        –

83      Social services                                               145            272              1 158          21      10         6         4         1         –       –        –        –        –

            Unclassified establishments                                 4              10               48            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.
60       MISSOURI                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.         Counties                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        HICKORY

                 Total                                                712          1 832              8 006         141     110        16         9         3         2       1        –        –        –

            Mining                                                    (A)             (D)               (D)           2       2         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                               87             267             1 038          25      20         4         –         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                             112             373             1 386           6       3         –         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                        23             145              610            5       4         –         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                            24              45              221            7       6         –         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                              211             380             2 227          41      29         6         4         1         1       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    113            130               791           13       8         –         4         –         1       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             101            119               718            7       3         –         3         –         1       –        –        –        –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                        36            123               541           15      14         –         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  216            491              1 944          38      30         6         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               (C)             (D)               (D)           3       1         1         –         –         –       1        –        –        –

            Unclassified establishments                               (A)             (D)               (D)           2       2         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –



        HOLT

                 Total                                                954          3 458         14 840             149      98        30        12         5         3       1        –        –        –

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              (B)             (D)               (D)           5       3         1         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    (A)             (D)               (D)           2       1         –         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              (B)             (D)               (D)          17      16         1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                             131             621             2 511           8       4         2         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
33      Primary metal industries                                      (C)             (D)               (D)           1       –         –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –

            Transportation and public utilities                        49             375             1 609          14      11         1         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                            57             328             1 422           9       3         4         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                              373             878             3 374          39      18        13         3         3         2       –        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       206             566             2 013          14       6         3         1         3         1       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   156             290              870            8       2         3         1         1         1       –        –        –        –

58      Eating and drinking places                                    103            135               617           12       4         6         1         –         1       –        –        –        –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                        68            281              1 419          14       6         7         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  201            691              2 990          40      35         1         1         2         1       –        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               (C)             (D)               (D)           7       3         1         –         2         1       –        –        –        –

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



        HOWARD

                 Total                                             1 763           6 300         25 236             210     139        37        18        10         4       2        –        –        –

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              (A)             (D)               (D)           2       1         1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    (B)             (D)               (D)           2        –        –         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                               82             299             1 302          27      23         3         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                             331          1 334              5 489          10       5         1         1         1         1       1        –        –        –
23      Apparel and other textile products                             (E)            (D)               (D)           2       –         –         –         –         1       1        –        –        –

            Transportation and public utilities                        58             347             1 317          16      13         2         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                           142             702             2 953          16       6         4         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                              346             592             2 463          55      34        12         6         2         1       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    162             162              644           10       3         1         4         1         1       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             108             109              435            6       3         1         –         1         1       –        –        –        –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                        89             374             1 656          15       8         5         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  662          2 427              8 893          61      43         9         2         4         2       1        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               298          1 083              3 263          14       7         1         1         3         2       –        –        –        –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                        160            416              1 790           4       –         –         1         2         1       –        –        –        –

82      Educational services                                          (C)             (D)               (D)           1       –         –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –

            Unclassified establishments                                 4               8              170            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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                           MISSOURI           61

Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        HOWELL

                 Total                                            12 092          45 892        195 140             938     566       168       109        59       16       14        3        3        –

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              (B)             (D)               (D)          10       7         2         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    (B)             (D)               (D)           3       1         1         –         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              347          1 011              5 761          75      55        10         6         4         –       –        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                    134             446             2 046          20      12         3         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
151       General building contractors                                125             425             1 931          16       9         2         3         2         –       –        –        –        –

17      Special trade contractors                                     138            388              2 125          45      36         6         3         –         –       –        –        –        –

            Manufacturing                                          3 907          17 151         69 961              82      31        14        15         8         5       5        2        2        –
23      Apparel and other textile products                             (E)            (D)               (D)           3       –         –         1         –         –       2        –        –        –

24      Lumber and wood products                                      969          4 396         17 741              27       9         5         5         3         3       1        1        –        –
242       Sawmills and planing mills                                  771          3 685         15 035              14       2         3         4         2         1       1        1        –        –

27      Printing and publishing                                       103            316              1 302          11       6         3         1         –         1       –        –        –        –

35      Industrial machinery and equipment                            341          1 587              6 199           9       5         1         1         1         –       –        1        –        –

36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                      (F)            (D)               (D)           1       –         –         –         –         –       –        –        1        –

37      Transportation equipment                                       (F)            (D)               (D)           5       1         2         –         –         –       1        –        1        –

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

            Transportation and public utilities                       537          2 628         11 232              63      45         4         9         2         3       –        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      254          1 072              4 657          43      33         2         6         1         1       –        –        –        –

45      Transportation by air                                         (C)             (D)               (D)           2       –         –         1         –         1       –        –        –        –

            Wholesale trade                                           557          2 994         11 666              69      29        17        19         4         –       –        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 283          1 582              5 610          36      15        11         8         2         –       –        –        –        –
508       Machinery, equipment, and supplies                          109            677              2 242          12       5         2         4         1         –       –        –        –        –

51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              274          1 412              6 056          33      14         6        11         2         –       –        –        –        –

            Retail trade                                           3 046           8 422         35 499             277     149        62        33        26         3       3        1        –        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                        157            748              3 357          17       7         4         3         3         –       –        –        –        –

53      General merchandise stores                                     (F)            (D)               (D)          12       6         2         2         –         1       –        1        –        –

54      Food stores                                                   454          1 185              4 462          28      15         4         –         6         2       1        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              444          1 173              4 411          23      10         4         –         6         2       1        –        –        –

55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       358          1 245              5 960          58      32        15         8         3         –       –        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                    136            721              3 416          10       4         1         2         3         –       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   109            209              1 057          17       6         7         4         –         –       –        –        –        –

56      Apparel and accessory stores                                  115            249              1 030          19       9         6         3         1         –       –        –        –        –

57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          149            546              2 254          26      14         8         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
571       Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        106            403              1 638          15       7         5         2         1         –       –        –        –        –

58      Eating and drinking places                                    782          1 185              5 465          58      26        11         9        11         –       1        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             704          1 117              5 003          37      10         9         7        10         –       1        –        –        –

59      Miscellaneous retail                                          433          1 412              6 101          56      39        11         4         1         –       1        –        –        –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       367          1 837              7 560          80      59        15         2         3         1       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       197          1 109              4 379          12       3         3         2         3         1       –        –        –        –

            Services                                               3 217          11 458         51 813             266     178        42        24        11         4       6        –        1        –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                               148            230              1 081          10       5         1         1         2         1       –        –        –        –

73      Business services                                             213            524              2 978          22      15         3         1         2         –       1        –        –        –
736       Personnel supply services                                   144            363              2 168           4       2         –         –         1         –       1        –        –        –
7363        Help supply services                                      144            363              2 168           4       2         –         –         1         –       1        –        –        –

75      Auto repair, services, and parking                            116            441              1 896          36      30         4         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
753       Automotive repair shops                                     107            413              1 782          33      27         4         1         1         –       –        –        –        –

80      Health services                                            1 887           7 767         34 435              49      23        11         4         3         3       4        –        1        –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                        614          1 765              7 870           7       –         1         1         –         1       4        –        –        –

83      Social services                                               447          1 167              4 774          38      23         6         7         1         –       1        –        –        –

86      Membership organizations                                      110            247              1 072          30      23         5         1         1         –       –        –        –        –

            Unclassified establishments                                21              27               73           13      12         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.
62       MISSOURI                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.          Counties                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        IRON
                 Total                                             2 121          11 671         47 901              235     148       48        24         7         2       6        –        –        –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              (A)              (D)              (D)            2       2        –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    (E)              (D)              (D)            5       1        –         1         –         1       2        –        –        –
10      Metal mining                                                  (C)              (D)              (D)            2       –        –         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
14      Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels                            (C)              (D)              (D)            2       1        –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
            Construction                                                45           130                695           20      18        2         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                             334          2 252              8 609           23       9       10         2         1         –       1        –        –        –
33      Primary metal industries                                       (C)            (D)                (D)           1       –        –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                        123              762            3 067           17       8        5         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                             (B)              (D)              (D)          10       8        1         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Retail trade                                               363              909            3 978           59      35       11        10         3         –       –        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   118              261            1 026           11       5        3         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                        96            386              1 752           18      13        2         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  739          2 186              9 520           77      50       17         6         –         1       3        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               414          1 567              6 901           15       6        4         2         –         1       2        –        –        –
83      Social services                                               144              286            1 201            7       4        –         2         –         –       1        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                 4               28               75            4       4        –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –


        JACKSON
                 Total                                           336 450      2 221 595       9 316 196          17 831     8 917   3 542    2 382     1 807       640      375      102       42       24
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing           1 462           4   695       25     219          214     128       40        30        13         2       1        –        –        –
07      Agricultural services                                      1 462           4   695       25     219          214     128       40        30        13         2       1        –        –        –
074       Veterinary services                                        417           1   384        6     798           54      20       15        16         3         –       –        –        –        –
078       Landscape and horticultural services                       941           2   936       16     520          132      86       21        14         8         2       1        –        –        –
           Mining                                                     99            978           3     977          15        9        2         2        2         –        –        –        –        –
           Construction                                           17 696        129 107         601     084       1 691      970      332       204      125        33       23        2        2        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                 3 593         28 092         124     828         451      288       83        49       24         3        3        –        1        –
151      General building contractors                              3 180         26 403         115     694         337      205       64        41       20         3        3        –        1        –
153      Operative builders                                          146            712           3     609          30       18        7         3        2         –        –        –        –        –
16      Heavy construction, except building                           (G)             (D)           (D)               77      27       13        16        12         7       1        1        –        –
161       Highway and street construction                             667          5 554         39 099               23       7        2         8         4         1       –        1        –        –
162      Heavy construction, except highway                           991          8 013         41 512               51      18       10         8         8         6       1        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                 12 421          87   254      394     708       1 161      654      236       138        89       23       19        1        1        –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                      2 060          18   098       74     437         201      111       41        28        13        4        4        –        –        –
172       Painting and paper hanging                                 820           4   634       22     030         130       88       28         7         3        4        –        –        –        –
173       Electrical work                                          2 227          21   085       89     730         151       75       33        22        12        6        2        1        –        –
174       Masonry, stonework, and plastering                       2 176          12   230       53     932         116       52       26        17        14        3        3        –        1        –
1741        Masonry and other stonework                            1 262           6   529       28     816          43       25        6         4         3        2        2        –        1        –
1742        Plastering, drywall, and insulation                      798           4   951       21     985          63       21       18        12        11        –        1        –        –        –
1743        Terrazzo, tile, marble, mosaic work                      116               750        3     131          10        6        2         1         –        1        –        –        –        –
175       Carpentry and floor work                                   897           4   480       19     521         175      110       38        22         5        –        –        –        –        –
1751        Carpentry work                                           642           3   106       13     585         126       75       32        16         3        –        –        –        –        –
1752        Floor laying and floor work, n.e.c.                      250           1   368        5     883          46       33        5         6         2        –        –        –        –        –
176       Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                    1 155           7   111       33     322         105       51       25        10        15        3        1        –        –        –
177       Concrete work                                              838           3   684       18     428          96       53       22        14         5        –        2        –        –        –
179       Misc. special trade contractors                          2 092          15   591       81     466         155       86       20        18        22        3        6        –        –        –
1791        Structural steel erection                                375           2   906       11     049          13        4        2         2         2        1        2        –        –        –
1793        Glass and glazing work                                   123               972        5     361          11        6        1         2         2        –        –        –        –        –
1794        Excavation work                                          363           2   928       13     618          36       24        2         4         5        –        1        –        –        –
1796        Installing building equipment, n.e.c.                    348           4   386       30     675          10        3        1         1         3        1        1        –        –        –
1799        Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                        852           4   200       20     000          76       41       14         9         9        1        2        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                         49 757        447    016    1 809     140          958     313      181       154      143        68       62       24        7        6
20      Food and kindred products                                  2 183         16    970       77     820           47      16        8         4        8         5        4        2        –        –
201       Meat products                                              370          2    120        8     773            4       –        1         –        2         –        –        1        –        –
203       Preserved fruits and vegetables                            208          2    083        8     516            6       1        2         1        1         –        1        –        –        –
209       Misc. food and kindred products                            519          4    390       18     264           12       4        3         1        –         3        1        –        –        –
22      Textile mill products                                         151              938            4 344            8       3        –         2         2         1       –        –        –        –
23      Apparel and other textile products                            513          1 669              7 636           27      12        8         2         2         1       2        –        –        –
239       Misc. fabricated textile products                           238            769              3 743           18       9        6         2         –         –       1        –        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      735          4 095         16 848               32      15        9         2         3         1       1        1        –        –
243       Millwork, plywood and structural members                    615          3 588         14 468               17       5        6         1         3         –       1        1        –        –
2434        Wood kitchen cabinets                                     532          3 156         12 722               12       3        5         1         1         –       1        1        –        –
25      Furniture and fixtures                                        701          4 144         17     833           38      14       12         4         5         2       1        –        –        –
251       Household furniture                                         169            800          3     592           10       4        3         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
254       Partitions and fixtures                                     156            923          3     996           19       8        7         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
2541        Wood partitions and fixtures                              132            771          3     383           15       7        5         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.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                           MISSOURI           63

Table 2.          Counties                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        JACKSON Con.
            Manufacturing Con.
26      Paper and allied products                                  2 955         21 069          85 117             20        –         3         –         2         5       5        4        1        –
2653        Corrugated and solid fiber boxes                         409          3 154          12 802              6        –         1         –         –         4       1        –        –        –
267       Misc. converted paper products                           1 766         12 251          50 176              8        –         1         –         1         1       1        3        1        –
27      Printing and publishing                                   10 933        101   054       391   588          231       98        46        44        28         6       5        2        –        2
271       Newspapers                                               2 057         16   070        65   768           23        6         6         5         2         2       1        –        –        1
272       Periodicals                                                488          3   068        13   160           18        4         2         8         2         1       –        1        –        –
273       Books                                                      204          1   352         5   822           11        8         2         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
275       Commercial printing                                      2 068         14   329        63   665          124       50        30        20        17         3       3        1        –        –
2752         Commercial printing, lithographic                     1 848         13   134        58   619           99       39        24        17        12         3       3        1        –        –
279       Printing trade services                                    272          2   126         8   990           21        8         3         5         5         –       –        –        –        –
2796         Platemaking services                                    173          1   589         6   868            9        2         1         2         4         –       –        –        –        –
28      Chemicals and allied products                              3 131         34 751         141 278             37       11         4         7         7         3       1        2        1        1
284       Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods                            263         2 413              9 694          10        2         1         3         2         2       –        –        –        –
289       Miscellaneous chemical products                             580         4 293          17 645              9        2         –         2         2         1       1        1        –        –
2891        Adhesives and sealants                                    484         3 409          14 216              3        –         –         –         –         1       1        1        –        –

30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                 2 434         14 768          58 598             43        4         4         6        15         7       6        1        –        –
306       Fabricated rubber products, n.e.c.                          122             658            2 626           4        –         –         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
308       Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                  2 083         12 624          50 175             36        4         4         5        11         6       5        1        –        –
3085        Plastics bottles                                         274          1 523           6 655              3        –         –         –         1         1       1        –        –        –
3089        Plastics products, n.e.c.                              1 655         10 224          39 570             24        3         1         4         6         5       4        1        –        –

32      Stone, clay, and glass products                               612         3 745          17 542             41       15         9         6         9         2       –        –        –        –
327       Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products                      435         2 362          11 779             24        5         4         6         8         1       –        –        –        –
3272       Concrete products, n.e.c.                                  144           698           3 522              7        2         1         1         2         1       –        –        –        –
3273       Ready mixed concrete                                       215         1 115           6 237             14        3         3         4         4         –       –        –        –        –

33      Primary metal industries                                   1 584         16 189          68 214             21        5         3         4         4         1       3        –        1        –
331       Blast furnace and basic steel products                   1 157         13 805          59 112              6        2         1         –         –         –       2        –        1        –
332       Iron and steel foundries                                    175         1 006              3 996           6        2         –         2         1         –       1        –        –        –

34      Fabricated metal products                                  7 614         71 727         292 455             99       28        13        22        16       10        6        2        –        2
344       Fabricated structural metal products                     1 510          9   931        41   284           37        9         2        11         5         5       4        1        –        –
3441        Fabricated structural metal                              398          2   455        11   050           10        3         –         6         –         –       –        1        –        –
3444        Sheet metalwork                                          408          2   765        10   652           12        3         1         2         3         2       1        –        –        –
3446        Architectural metal work                                 492          3   509        13   610            9        3         –         2         –         1       3        –        –        –
346       Metal forgings and stampings                                198         1 188              4 870           5        –         1         1         1         2       –        –        –        –
347       Metal services, n.e.c.                                      341         2 061              8 662          28        9         8         5         5         1       –        –        –        –
3471       Plating and polishing                                      206         1 222              5 057          16        6         4         2         3         1       –        –        –        –
3479       Metal coating and allied services                          135           839              3 605          12        3         4         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
349       Misc. fabricated metal products                             524         4 137          16 814             14        7         1         2         1         1       1        1        –        –

35      Industrial machinery and equipment                         4 816         37 351         154 721            149       50        35        25        20         7       8        3        1        –
352       Farm and garden machinery                                   910         6 787          26 509              6        2         1         –         1         –       1        –        1        –
353       Construction and related machinery                          999         8 096          34 229             11        4         2         1         1         –       1        2        –        –
354       Metalworking machinery                                   1 180         10 394          42 536             29        9         3         8         3         3       2        1        –        –
3544       Special dies, tools, jigs and fixtures                    828          6 847          29 257             22        7         3         6         2         2       1        1        –        –
355       Special industry machinery                                  328         2 656          11 037             19        9         2         3         4         –       1        –        –        –
3556        Food products machinery                                   193         1 456           5 806              4        –         1         –         2         –       1        –        –        –
356       General industrial machinery                                354         2 559              9 999           9        1         2         1         2         1       2        –        –        –
357       Computer and office equipment                               241         1 777              8 508           5        1         1         1         1         –       1        –        –        –
358       Refrigeration and service machinery                         148             968            3 864           5        2         –         1         –         2       –        –        –        –
359       Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                                629         3 939          17 282             62       21        23         9         8         1       –        –        –        –

36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                  3 179         19 769          78 332             32       10         5         5         1         2       4        3        2        –
362       Electrical industrial apparatus                             362         2 684          10 003              5        1         1         2         –         –       –        1        –        –
364       Electric lighting and wiring equipment                      895         5 570          23 531              4        –         1         –         –         –       1        2        –        –
367       Electronic components and accessories                       900         5 082          16 181             10        4         2         –         –         1       2        –        1        –
3694        Engine electrical equipment                               125           522           2 229              6        2         1         2         –         1       –        –        –        –

37      Transportation equipment                                      910         5 588          24 517             20        6         4         3         3         1       3        –        –        –
371       Motor vehicles and equipment                                630         3 638          16 398             14        4         4         3         –         1       2        –        –        –
3714       Motor vehicle parts and accessories                        521         2 888          12 508             10        3         3         2         –         –       2        –        –        –

38      Instruments and related products                           1 041          7 254          29 758             19        4         2         2         6         2       2        1        –        –
382       Measuring and controlling devices                           469         3 632          14 660              6        –         –         1         2         2       1        –        –        –
3842       Surgical appliances and supplies                           220         1 116           4 491              7        2         –         1         3         –       1        –        –        –

39      Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                     1 111          4 887          21 886             36       15         3         6         7         1       3        1        –        –
394       Toys and sporting goods                                     190             712            2 970          10        5         1         –         3         1       –        –        –        –
395       Pens, pencils, office, and art supplies                     141             390            1 774           3        –         –         2         –         –       1        –        –        –
399       Miscellaneous manufactures                                 775          3 756          17 052             20        7         2         4         4        –        2        1        –        –
3993        Signs and advertising specialities                       590          2 946          13 185             11        3         1         2         3        –        1        1        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                               4 964         79 945         314 907             46        3         9         8         4       10        8        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.
64       MISSOURI                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.          Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        JACKSON Con.
            Transportation and public utilities                   24 931        230   393       900   613         724       355       112        84        71       45       34       15        7        1
41      Local and interurban passenger transit                     2 580          8   374        33   616          45        13         4         7         8        2        9        2        –        –
411       Local and suburban transportation                          374          1   997        10   454          13         6         1         3         2        –        1        –        –        –
4119        Local passenger transportation, n.e.c.                   354          1   956        10   318           9         3         1         2         2        –        1        –        –        –
415       School buses                                             2 065          5   850        21   070          23         5         1         2         4        1        8        2        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                   5 673         41   810       178   273         336       195        49        35        29       19        6        2        1        –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                5 168         38   912       166   845         296       174        47        25        24       17        6        2        1        –
422       Public warehousing and storage                             503          2   891        11   400          39        20         2        10         5        2        –        –        –        –
4225        General warehousing and storage                          311          1   957         7   868          30        17         1         8         3        1        –        –        –        –
45      Transportation by air                                        233          1   739         7   023          18        14         2         –         –        1        1        –        –        –
47      Transportation services                                    1 017          5   089        21   103         126        70        34        14         3        4        1        –        –        –
472       Passenger transportation arrangement                       603          2   673        11   040          76        41        21        11         1        1        1        –        –        –
4724        Travel agencies                                          595          2   580        10   831          72        38        20        11         1        1        1        –        –        –
473       Freight transportation arrangement                         331          2   099         9   031          41        22        13         2         2        2        –        –        –        –
48      Communication                                             12 201        131 183         502 092           135        42        16        17        22       12       12        7        6        1
481       Telephone communication                                 10 981        119   936       457   249         108        34        14        13        17         8       8        7        6        1
4813        Telephone communications, exc. radio                  10 910        119   267       454   693          95        28        11         9        17         8       8        7        6        1
483       Radio and television broadcasting                        1 011          9   808        38   745          17         4         –         2         4         4       3        –        –        –
484       Cable and other pay TV services                            186          1   161         4   812           5         1         1         1         1         –       1        –        –        –
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                       3 110         41 286         155 122            53        16         6         7         8         7       5        4        –        –
492       Gas production and distribution                            770          7 334          32 435            12         5         1         –         2         1       2        1        –        –
495       Sanitary services                                          237          1 779           7 023            20         9         1         5         4         1       –        –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                        21 279        175   266       717   596      1 474        664       312       237      191        47       15        7        –        1
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                             13 858        121   754       489   462      1 022        449       230       171      126        30       12        4        –        –
501      Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                       2 040         14   012        57   106        166         54        50        40       18         2        1        1        –        –
5012       Automobiles and other motor vehicles                      716          6   565        25   777         24          7         7         3        4         1        1        1        –        –
5013       Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                      995          5   666        23   404         97         27        33        26       10         1        –        –        –        –
5014       Tires and tubes                                           175          1   109         4   919         13          –         4         5        4         –        –        –        –        –
5015       Motor vehicle parts, used                                 154              672         2   965         30         18         6         6        –         –        –        –        –        –
502      Furniture and homefurnishings                               992          8   092        34   069         57         29        14         9        1         2        1        1        –        –
5021       Furniture                                                 265          2   143         9   561         26         13         7         4        –         2        –        –        –        –
5023       Homefurnishings                                           725          5   948        24   491         30         15         7         5        1         –        1        1        –        –
503      Lumber and construction materials                         1 059          9   032        35   631         66         26        12        10       15         2        1        –        –        –
5031       Lumber, plywood, and millwork                             654          4   997        20   478         25          5         4         5        9         1        1        –        –        –
5032       Brick, stone, and related materials                       125          1   320         4   258         10          5         2         1        1         1        –        –        –        –
5039       Construction materials, n.e.c.                            187          1   605         6   261         22         11         6         3        2         –        –        –        –        –
504      Professional and commercial equipment                     2 291         26   871        96   459        151         69        28        26       19         6        2        1        –        –
5044       Office equipment                                          393          2   987        11   743         24          9         4         5        4         2        –        –        –        –
5045       Computers, peripherals and software                       945         17   180        55   533         50         24        10         5        8         1        1        1        –        –
5046       Commercial equipment, n.e.c.                              187          1   015         4   545         21          8         5         5        3         –        –        –        –        –
5047       Medical and hospital equipment                            409          3   890        16   224         35         16         6         7        4         2        –        –        –        –
5049       Professional equipment, n.e.c.                            308          1   558         7   446          8          2         2         2        –         1        1        –        –        –
505      Metals and minerals, except petroleum                       710          6   171        23   738         36         13         7         7        4         5        –        –        –        –
506      Electrical goods                                          1 297         13   094        50   554        103         46        23        14       16         3        1        –        –        –
5063       Electrical apparatus and equipment                        713          7   699        29   903         51         19        11         9       10         2        –        –        –        –
5065       Electronic parts and equipment                            535          5   093        18   967         42         20        10         5        5         1        1        –        –        –
507      Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment                  1 115          8   840        38   088         89         35        24        14       13         2        1        –        –        –
5072       Hardware                                                  618          4   642        19   384         33          9        12         3        6         2        1        –        –        –
5074       Plumbing and hydronic heating supplies                    349          2   885        12   755         36         16         8         7        5         –        –        –        –        –
5075       Warm air heating and air conditioning                     130          1   203         5   209         12          4         2         4        2         –        –        –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                        3 442         30   137       126   898        248        108        56        46       27         5        5        1        –        –
5082       Construction and mining machinery                         488          5   359        21   403         21          6         6         2        4         2        1        –        –        –
5083       Farm and garden machinery                                 385          3   870        17   504         12          5         1         3        2         –        –        1        –        –
5084       Industrial machinery and equipment                      1 291         12   018        51   931        113         52        27        17       13         2        2        –        –        –
5085       Industrial supplies                                       829          6   196        25   226         53         17        12        16        6         1        1        –        –        –
5087       Service establishment equipment                           364          1   633         6   945         29         13         8         5        2         –        1        –        –        –
509      Miscellaneous durable goods                                 849          5   223        25   587         91         57        14         5       12         3        –        –        –        –
5091       Sporting and recreational goods                           193          1   055         6   869         18         11         1         2        4         –        –        –        –        –
5093       Scrap and waste materials                                 381          2   690        12   319         26         11         5         1        8         1        –        –        –        –
5094       Jewelry and precious stones                               164              932         3   672         12          7         3         –        –         2        –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                           7 172         51 061         218   342         439       212        76        65        63       17        2        3        –        1
511      Paper and paper products                                  2 110         17 334          75   202          70        34        12         8        11        3        –        1        –        1
5112       Stationery and office supplies                          1 640         13 911          60   102          44        19         8         6         7        3        –        –        –        1
5113       Industrial and personal service paper                     449          3 300          14   671          21        11         3         2         4        –        –        1        –        –
512      Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries                          473          2 961          13   493          21         9         5         3         2        1        –        1        –        –
513      Apparel, piece goods, and notions                           642          3 877          16   047          38        18         4         6         7        3        –        –        –        –
5131       Piece goods and notions                                   212          1 396           5   885          13         5         2         1         5        –        –        –        –        –
5136       Men’s and boys’ clothing                                  387          2 180           9   109          11         1         1         4         2        3        –        –        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                            2 022         12 814          53   111         119        48        19        26        19        4        2        1        –        –
5142       Packaged frozen foods                                     206          1 765           6   090          15         6         4         2         2        1        –        –        –        –
5143       Dairy products, exc. dried or canned                      189          1 205           5   655          11         2         2         3         4        –        –        –        –        –
5145       Confectionery                                             552          3 393          13   203          11         2         1         4         2        –        1        1        –        –
5147       Meats and meat products                                   157          1 027           4   456          14         8         2         1         3        –        –        –        –        –
5148       Fresh fruits and vegetables                               406          2 575          12   007          12         2         2         3         1        3        1        –        –        –
5149       Groceries and related products, n.e.c.                    366          2 201           9   310          37        19         4         9         5        –        –        –        –        –
516      Chemicals and allied products                               342          2 611          12   363          38        18         9         5         6        –        –        –        –        –
5162       Plastics materials and basic shapes                       110            905           4   950           9         3         2         2         2        –        –        –        –        –
5169       Chemicals and allied products, n.e.c.                     232          1 706           7   407          28        14         7         3         4        –        –        –        –        –
517      Petroleum and petroleum products                            142          1 079           4   963          22        13         6         2         1        –        –        –        –        –
5171       Petroleum bulk stations and terminals                     104            785           3   430          15        10         3         1         1        –        –        –        –        –

          Note: Employment size classes are indicated as follows: A 0 to 19; B 20 to 99; C 100 to 249; E 250 to 499; F 500 to 999; G 1,000 to 2,499; H 2,500 to 4,999; I 5,000 to 9,999;
J    10,000 to 24,999; K 25,000 to 49,999; L 50,000 to 99,999; M 100,000 or more.
COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                           MISSOURI           65

Table 2.          Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        JACKSON Con.
            Wholesale trade Con.
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods Con.
518       Beer, wine, and distilled beverages                        331          3 084          12   489            7        1         1         –         2         3       –        –        –        –
519       Misc. nondurable goods                                   1 047          6 835          28   739          108       61        15        14        15         3       –        –        –        –
5191        Farm supplies                                            127            611           2   709           15       10         –         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
5192        Books, periodicals, and newspapers                       130          1 068           4   123           11        5         1         3         1         1       –        –        –        –
5198        Paints, varnishes, and supplies                          108            712           2   800           13        5         5         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
5199        Nondurable goods, n.e.c.                                 466          3 004          13   579           50       31         8         3         6         2       –        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                 249          2 451           9   792           13        3         6         1         2         –       1        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                          62 124        222 130         900 033         3 938     1 582       928       663      507       164       75       15        4        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                     2 013          8 571          35 089            140       54        40        18        19         5       4        –        –        –
521       Lumber and other building materials                      1 264          5 900          22 846             42       11         8         6         8         5       4        –        –        –
523       Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores                         132            617           2 515             26       15         9         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
525       Hardware stores                                             338             983            3 913          33       10        12         3         8         –       –        –        –        –
526       Retail nurseries and garden stores                          246             860            4 766          31       13        10         5         3         –       –        –        –        –

53      General merchandise stores                                 7 896         25 055         101 397             89       13        17        13         8         6      21       10        1        –
531       Department stores                                        6 633         21 142          86 233             33        1         –         –         –         4      17       10        1        –
533       Variety stores                                              299             848            3 224          27        5        11         6         5         –       –        –        –        –
539       Misc. general merchandise stores                            954         3 050          11 873             28        7         6         6         3         2       4        –        –        –

54      Food stores                                                7 550         23 920         105 193            356      142        78        68        33       17       13        4        1        –
541       Grocery stores                                           6 676         21 834          96 290            224       70        41        50        29       16       13        4        1        –
544       Candy, nut, and confectionery stores                        169             301            1 387          28       13        10         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
546       Retail bakeries                                             419         1 064              4 317          56       29        14        10         3         –       –        –        –        –
549       Miscellaneous food stores                                   101             222             963           22       15         6         1         –         –       –        –        –        –

55      Automotive dealers and service stations                    6 228         35 662         151 366            497      185       161        79        41       24        7        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                 2 840         22 916          96 980             59       11         2         4        17       19        6        –        –        –
552       Used car dealers                                            335         1 765              7 217          64       44        12         5         2         1       –        –        –        –
553       Auto and home supply stores                                 914         4 510          18 518             94       32        28        19        14         1       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                1 995          5 823          25 222            251       81       111        48         7         3       1        –        –        –

56      Apparel and accessory stores                               2 892          7 904          33 414            302       96       117        53        32         3       1        –        –        –
561       Men’s and boys’ clothing stores                             320         1 454              6 861          37       10        14         9         4         –       –        –        –        –
562       Women’s clothing stores                                  1 045          2 457          10 097             86       19        32        19        15         –       1        –        –        –
563       Women’s accessory and specialty stores                      126             336            1 245          21        8         9         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
565       Family clothing stores                                      685         1 635              6 479          38        5        14         6        10         3       –        –        –        –
566       Shoe stores                                                 504         1 453              6 260          83       34        39         9         1         –       –        –        –        –
569       Misc. apparel and accessory stores                          135             424            1 774          27       15         7         5         –         –       –        –        –        –

57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                       2 047          8 471          36 417            266      126        84        40        10         6       –        –        –        –
571       Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        893         3 987          16   752          139       71        41        20         6         1       –        –        –        –
5712        Furniture stores                                          327         1 773           6   898           54       25        18         9         2         –       –        –        –        –
5713        Floor covering stores                                     265         1 299           6   112           41       24        10         5         2         –       –        –        –        –
5719        Misc. homefurnishings stores                              293           894           3   659           41       19        13         6         2         1       –        –        –        –
572       Household appliance stores                                  151             631            2 808          24       13         7         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
573       Radio, television, and computer stores                   1 003          3 853          16   857          103       42        36        17         3         5       –        –        –        –
5731        Radio, TV, and electronic stores                         600          2 498          10   875           49       23        13         7         2         4       –        –        –        –
5735        Record and prerecorded tape stores                       215            589           2   135           22        5        12         4         –         1       –        –        –        –
5736        Musical instrument stores                                126            509           2   793           14        4         4         5         1         –       –        –        –        –

58      Eating and drinking places                                23 471         50 893         216 593         1 272       421       192       255      294        85       25        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                         20 824         45 889         193 595           924       200       139       221      261        79       24        –        –        –
5813        Drinking places                                          942          1 941           7 967           138        89        25        11       12         –        1        –        –        –

59      Miscellaneous retail                                       7 014         24 589         102 942            965      531       228       129        62       14        1        –        –        –
591       Drug stores and proprietary stores                       1 331          5 168          20 785             94       23        25        24        19         3       –        –        –        –
592       Liquor stores                                               353         1 039              4 403          73       43        19        10         1         –       –        –        –        –
593       Used merchandise stores                                     695         1 834              7 556          92       51        19        11        11         –       –        –        –        –
594       Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                      2 094          5 922          25   932          317      167        83        53        11         3       –        –        –        –
5941        Sporting goods and bicycle shops                         279            808           3   672           67       45         9        13         –         –       –        –        –        –
5942        Book stores                                              227            485           2   454           43       24        14         5         –         –       –        –        –        –
5944        Jewelry stores                                           423          2 168           9   328           67       33        22        10         1         1       –        –        –        –
5945        Hobby, toy, and game shops                               515          1 025           4   675           36       15        10         2         7         2       –        –        –        –
5947        Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                        409            831           3   393           69       32        21        15         1         –       –        –        –        –
5949        Sewing, needlework, and piece goods                      123            308           1   218           13        4         2         7         –         –       –        –        –        –
596       Nonstore retailers                                       1 152          5   429        22   353          104       62        18         8         7         8       1        –        –        –
5961        Catalog and mail order houses                            330          1   948         7   285           28       15         6         3         2         1       1        –        –        –
5962       Merchandising machine operators                           383          1   599         7   615           33       20         6         2         1         4       –        –        –        –
5963       Direct selling establishments                             439          1   882         7   453           43       27         6         3         4         3       –        –        –        –
599       Retail stores, n.e.c.                                    1 361          5 079          21   226          272      175        62        22        13         –       –        –        –        –
5992        Florists                                                 306            805           3   305           69       36        28         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
5995        Optical goods stores                                     240          1 165           4   689           52       38         7         5         2         –       –        –        –        –
5999        Miscellaneous retail stores, n.e.c.                      739          2 813          11   870          138       93        24        12         9         –       –        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                               3 013         37 065         117   622           51       14        11         8         8         4       3        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.
66       MISSOURI                                                                                                                                 COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS

Table 2.          Counties                    Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1995 Con.
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees, and self employed persons. Size class 1 to 4 includes establishments with 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. Detailed industries with 100 or more employees are shown if industry was
 not a (D). For explanation of terms, abbreviations, and data reliability/comparability, see introductory text]

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

        JACKSON Con.
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                   31 419        276 056      1 109 847          1 762     1 072       275       194      130        46       22       12        8        3
60      Depository institutions                                    9 200         64   098       246   496          249       63        54        76        32       11        6        3        3        1
602       Commercial banks                                         6 984         47   071       177   289          159       20        39        53        29        7        6        2        2        1
603       Savings institutions                                       382          2   445        10   314           20        2         7         6         2        3        –        –        –        –
609      Functions closely related to banking                        438          3   227        15   232           19       13         1         4         –        –        –        1        –        –
61      Nondepository institutions                                 1 749         17 207          83 887            147       90        36        10         5         2       2        2        –        –
614       Personal credit institutions                               416          3 016          13 094             74       45        21         6         1         1       –        –        –        –
616       Mortgage bankers and brokers                             1 236         13 185          66 636             49       28        10         3         3         1       2        2        –        –

62      Security and commodity brokers                             2 476         31 751         129 658            124       78        11        13        12         7       1        1        1        –
621       Security brokers and dealers                             1 099         20 723          84 061             83       50         5        11        11         5       1        –        –        –
628       Security and commodity services                          1 292         10 304          41 328             25       19         2         –         –         2       –        1        1        –

63      Insurance carriers                                         7 913         77 690         298 464            171       82        22        15        27         9       9        2        4        1
631       Life insurance                                           3 622         38 194         139 589             41       13         4         4        11         3       2        1        3        –
632       Medical service and health insurance                     2 682         25 012         104 056             30        6         9         5         3         1       4        –        1        1
6324       Hospital and medical service plans                      2 627         24 492         102 346             26        5         8         5         1         1       4        –        1        1
633       Fire, marine, and casualty insurance                     1 181         11 574          44 847             73       48         4         5        10         3       2        1        –        –
636       Title insurance                                             122         1 005              3 628          11        8         1         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
637       Pension, health, and welfare funds                          218         1 188              3 672          10        4         3         1         1         –       1        –        –        –

64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                     2 878         23 054          95 591            388      298        40        21        16         9       3        1        –        –

65      Real estate                                                3 908         20 995          86 999            602      414       101        48        31         6       1        1        –        –
651       Real estate operators and lessors                        1 479          7 356          29 704            286      205        54        15        11         –       1        –        –        –
653       Real estate agents and managers                          1 877         11 236          45 612            238      152        39        27        16         3       –        1        –        –
654       Title abstract offices                                      162             931            4 136           7         –        3         3         –         1       –        –        –        –
655       Subdividers and developers                                  361         1 325              6 837          49       36         5         2         4         2       –        –        –        –
6552        Subdividers and developers, n.e.c.                        116           433              2 610          34       28         4         –         2         –       –        –        –        –
6553        Cemetery subdividers and developers                       245           892              4 191          14        7         1         2         2         2       –        –        –        –

67      Holding and other investment offices                       3 227         40 419         165 693             78       47        11        10         5         2       –        2        –        1
671       Holding offices                                             999        17 464          76 818             35       13         7         7         5         1       –        2        –        –

            Services                                             127 544        735 538      3 246 322          6 900     3 671    1 358        814      625       235      143       27       14       13
70      Hotels and other lodging places                            4 593         14 044          58 893             84       28         9        12        20         3       7        3        2        –
701       Hotels and motels                                        4 566         13 978          58 513             73       18         9        11        20         3       7        3        2        –

72      Personal services                                          5 073         16 711          69 651            613      363       135        69        30       11        4        1        –        –
721       Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                  2 132          7 617          33   238          185       89        41        32        13         8       2        –        –        –
7213        Linen supply                                             268          1 316           5   709            3        –         –         –         –         2       1        –        –        –
7215        Coin operated laundries and cleaning                     158            385           1   538           38       27         8         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
7216        Drycleaning plants, except rug                           745          2 402           9   836           67       21        25        11         8         2       –        –        –        –
7217        Carpet and upholstery cleaning                           333            689           2   930           36       16         3        14         3         –       –        –        –        –
7218        Industrial launderers                                    418          2 225          10   555            5        –         –         1         –         3       1        –        –        –
722       Photographic studios, portrait                              146             457            1 926          42       31         8         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
723       Beauty shops                                             1 100          3 421          14 640            214      131        55        19         9         –       –        –        –        –
726       Funeral service and crematories                             366         1 560              7 121          43       22         9         7         4         1       –        –        –        –
729       Miscellaneous personal services                          1 265          3 440          11 815             99       62        20         9         3         2       2        1        –        –
7291        Tax return preparation services                          812          1 648           4 213             33       19         7         2         2         –       2        1        –        –
7299        Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c.                  451          1 787           7 591             65       42        13         7         1         2       –        –        –        –

73      Business services                                         24 251        110 267         472 751         1 096       593       184       123      103        45       37        6        3        2
731       Advertising                                                 842         9 029          36 815             72       39        15         8         6         2       2        –        –        –
7311        Advertising agencies                                      751         8 297          33 597             54       26        12         7         5         2       2        –        –        –
732       Credit reporting and collection                             222         1 106              4 666          22         9        4         5         4         –       –        –        –        –
733       Mailing, reproduction, stenographic                         891         5 326          22   890          128       86        17        11        10         4       –        –        –        –
7331       Direct mail advertising services                           168           857           3   802           14        6         2         3         2         1       –        –        –        –
7334       Photocopying and duplicating services                      345         1 713           7   254           26       12         4         3         5         2       –        –        –        –
7336       Commercial art and graphic design                          224         1 975           8   315           38       28         3         4         2         1       –        –        –        –
734       Services to buildings                                    6 128         14 258          61 231            232      136        41        20        19         7       7        1        –        1
7342        Disinfecting and pest control services                   302          1 921           9 051             31       16         9         3         2         1       –        –        –        –
7349        Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                  5 821         12 332          52 141            194      113        32        17        17         6       7        1        –        1
735       Misc. equipment rental and leasing                          881         5 553          23 643             88       29        30        23         4         1       1        –        –        –
7359        Equipment rental and leasing, n.e.c.                      684         3 772          16 841             71       21        28        18         3         –       1        –        –        –
736       Personnel supply services                                6 146         18 889          85 119            114       40         9        12        21       11       16        3        2        –
7361        Employment agencies                                      762          2 567          11 398             39       21         6         3         6        –        3        –        –        –
7363        Help supply services                                   5 384         16 322          73 721             75       19         3         9        15       11       13        3        2        –
737       Computer and data processing services                    4 038         36   198       151   153          161       92        32        14        13         6       2        1        –        1
7371       Computer programming services                             687          7   091        29   290           49       27        10         2         6         3       1        –        –        –
7374       Data processing and preparation                         2 805         24   717        99   422           21        7         4         3         3         1       1        1        –        1
7379       Computer related services, n.e.c.                         334          2   628        14   126           43       25        10         4         2         2       –        –        –        –
738       Miscellaneous business services                          5 050         19   613        85   243          243      130        33        29        26       14        9        1        1        –
7381        Detective and armored car services                     1 754          5   629        22   878           33       11         3         2         8        5