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									County Business Patterns                                         1997
                                                                 Issued September 1999


                                                                 CBP/97-51




Wisconsin




                       U.S. Department of Commerce
                       Economics and Statistics Administration
                       U.S. CENSUS BUREAU
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS


                  This report was prepared under the gen-       Steven McCraith, Chief, Quinquennial
                  eral direction of Carl A. Konschnik,          Surveys Branch, Economic Statistical Meth-
                  Assistant Division Chief for Research and     ods and Programming Division, assisted
                  Methodology, Economic Planning and            by Dan Vacca, supervised computer sup-
                  Coordination Division. Paul Hanczaryk,        port operations. Ed Carr was assigned
                  Chief, Register Analysis Branch, supervised   primary responsibility for programming
                  the preparation of this report and was        this report. Emory Fuller provided addi-
                  assisted by Phil Thompson, Thomas             tional support for computer operations.
                  Bell, and Gerald Feuer. Kasey Dicken-
                                                                David Chapman of the Economic Statisti-
                  son, Yolanda Funderburk, Mary Green,
                                                                cal Methods and Programming Division
                  Marilyn Italiano, Alan Pines, Mary
                                                                contributed to the editing system and pro-
                  Thomas, and Jon Youngman contributed
                                                                vided other methodological improve-
                  in resolving establishment processing
                                                                ments.
                  problems and in data analysis. Statistical
                  methodology and quality assurance opera-      The staff of the Administrative and Cus-
                  tions were performed by Ken Sausman,          tomer Services Division, Walter C. Odom,
                  Michael Kornbau, Thomas Cevis, Lind-          Chief, performed publication planning,
                  say Lovette, and Roberta Custard.             design, composition, editorial review, and
                                                                printing planning and procurement for
                  Mitchell L. Trager, Assistant Division
                                                                publications, Internet products, and
                  Chief for Evaluation and Information Sys-
                                                                reports forms. Barbara Abbott provided
                  tems, Governments Division, assisted by
                                                                publication coordination and editing.
                  John Sullivan, provided guidance for
                  computer processing. John Studds and
                  Glenn Eanes implemented these opera-
                  tions and provided general technical sup-
                  port.
County Business Patterns                       1997
                                               Issued September 1999


                                               CBP/97-1




          U.S. Department of Commerce
                      William M. Daley,
                               Secretary
                       Robert L. Mallett,
                         Deputy Secretary

                               Economics
                           and Statistics
                          Administration
                        Robert J. Shapiro,
                        Under Secretary for
                          Economic Affairs

                       U.S. CENSUS BUREAU
                           Kenneth Prewitt,
                                    Director
         SUGGESTED CITATION

           U.S. Census Bureau,
 County Business Patterns 1997
U.S. Government Printing Office,
          Washington, DC, 1999




                                         ECONOMICS
                                      AND STATISTICS
                                     ADMINISTRATION



                                   Economics
                                   and Statistics
                                   Administration
                                   Robert J. Shapiro,
                                   Under Secretary
                                   for Economic Affairs




                                   U.S. CENSUS BUREAU
                                   Kenneth Prewitt,
                                   Director
                                   William G. Barron,
                                   Deputy Director
                                   Paula J. Schneider,
                                   Principal Associate Director
                                   for Programs
                                   Frederick T. Knickerbocker,
                                   Associate Director
                                   for Economic Programs
                                   Thomas L. Mesenbourg,
                                   Assistant Director
                                   for Economic Programs
                                   John P. Govoni,
                                   Chief, Economic Planning and
                                   Coordination Division




                                   For sale by Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402.
CONTENTS




           General Explanation
                Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    V
                Changes for Next Year . . . . . . . . .     .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    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:
                      1997 and 1996 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                            1
           1b.       The State—Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry:
                      1997 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                           3
           1c.       The State—Employees and Annual Payroll by Employment-Size
                      Class: 1997 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                           17
           1d.       The State—Establishments With 1,000 Employees or More by Major
                      Group and Employment-Size Class: 1997 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                                 21
           1e.       The State—Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by County:
                      1997 and 1996 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                           22
           2.        Counties—Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry:
                      1997 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                          23
           Description of Publications Issued in Previous Years . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside back cover




                                                                                                                                              III
General Explanation


INTRODUCTION                                                    state reports present payroll and employment data for the
                                                                state and counties by industry. The reports also include
    County Business Patterns is an annual series that pro-
                                                                the number of establishments by industry and employ-
vides subnational economic data by industry. The series is
                                                                ment size class.
useful for studying the economic activity of small areas;
                                                                   The United States report presents similar data for the
analyzing economic changes over time; and as a bench-
                                                                country as a whole. In addition, the U.S. report provides
mark for statistical series, surveys, and databases
                                                                employment and payroll data by employment size class
between economic censuses. The series serves various
                                                                for major industry groups.
business uses such as analyzing market potential, measur-
                                                                   Data for industries with fewer than 100 employees, as
ing the effectiveness of sales and advertising programs,
                                                                well as data for detailed industries withheld to avoid dis-
setting sales quotas, and developing budgets. The data
                                                                closing data for individual companies, are not shown in
also are used by government agencies for administration
                                                                the printed reports. However, these data are available on
and planning.
                                                                CD-ROM and other computer products. To order printed
    Most of the country’s economic activity is covered in
                                                                County Business Patterns reports, contact the Government
this series. Data are excluded for self-employed people,
                                                                Printing Office at 202-512-1800.
domestic service workers, railroad employees, agricultural
production workers, most government employees, and              Electronic Data Formats
employees on ocean-borne vessels or in foreign countries.
                                                                   County Business Patterns series data are available on
Data are provided by industry in the following economic
                                                                CD-ROM, computer tapes and diskettes. The CD-ROM con-
divisions: agricultural services, forestry, and fishing; min-
                                                                tains 1997 and 1996 County Business Patterns data and
ing; construction; manufacturing; transportation and pub-
                                                                menu-driven access software. The CD-ROM also includes
lic utilities; wholesale trade; retail trade; finance, insur-
                                                                software for creating County Business Patterns data files
ance, and real estate; and services. Data are tabulated by
                                                                compatible with popular database and spreadsheet soft-
industry as defined in the Standard Industrial Classifica-
                                                                ware. For information and to order other County Business
tion Manual: 1987.
                                                                Patterns data products, contact:
    This series has been published annually since 1964 and
at irregular intervals dating back to 1946. The comparabil-       Customer Services Branch
ity of data over time may be affected by definitional             Administrative and Customer Services Division
changes in establishments, activity status, and industrial        U.S. Census Bureau
classifications. For more details on these changes, see the       Washington, DC 20233
section ‘‘Comparability With Other Data.’’
                                                                  Telephone: 301-457-4100
                                                                  Internet address: http://www.census.gov/
CHANGES FOR NEXT YEAR
   The North American Industry Classification System            Special Tabulations
(NAICS) will replace the U.S. Standard Industrial Classifica-     Special tabulations, including data for ZIP Codes and
tion (SIC) system in Federal statistical programs. NAICS is     aggregated by firm, are available on a cost-reimbursable
an industry classification system that groups establish-        basis. For more information, contact:
ments into industries based on the activities in which they
                                                                  U.S. Census Bureau
are primarily engaged. The 1998 County Business Patterns
                                                                  Economic Planning and Coordination Division
program will tabulate on a NAICS basis. For more informa-
                                                                  Register Analysis Branch
tion on NAICS and changes from the 1987 SIC system, go
                                                                  Washington, DC 20233
to http://www.census.gov/epcd/www/naics.html.
                                                                  Telephone: 301-457-2580
DATA PRODUCTS                                                     Fax: 301-457-4433
                                                                  E-mail: cbp@census.gov
Printed Reports
  The County Business Patterns data series includes a           SOURCES OF DATA
separate printed report for each state, the District of            County Business Patterns basic data items are extracted
Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the United States. Individual        from the Standard Statistical Establishment List, a file of all

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U.S. Census Bureau
known single and multiestablishment employer companies          Mid-March Employment
maintained and updated by the U.S. Census Bureau. The
                                                                   Paid employment consists of full- and part-time employ-
annual Company Organization Survey provides individual
                                                                ees, including salaried officers and executives of corpora-
establishment data for multiestablishment companies.
                                                                tions, who are on the payroll in the pay period including
Data for single-establishment companies are obtained
                                                                March 12. Included are employees on paid sick leave, holi-
from various Census Bureau programs, such as the Annual
                                                                days, and vacations; not included are proprietors and part-
Survey of Manufactures and Current Business Surveys, as
                                                                ners of unincorporated businesses.
well as from administrative records of the Internal Rev-
enue Service and the Social Security Administration.
                                                                INDUSTRY AND GEOGRAPHY
                                                                CLASSIFICATIONS
DEFINITIONS OF BASIC DATA ITEMS
                                                                  The quinquennial economic censuses are the primary
Establishments                                                  source for industry and geography classifications. The
                                                                annual Company Organization Survey, Annual Survey of
    An establishment is a single physical location at which     Manufactures, Current Business Surveys, and other Census
business is conducted or services or industrial operations      Bureau programs provide regular updates.
are performed. It is not necessarily identical with a com-
pany or enterprise, which may consist of one or more            Industry Classification
establishments. When two or more activities are carried on
                                                                   Additional sources for assigning industry classifications
at a single location under a single ownership, all activities
                                                                are the Social Security Administration, the Internal Rev-
generally are grouped together as a single establishment.
                                                                enue Service, and the Bureau of Labor Statistics. These
The entire establishment is classified on the basis of its
                                                                sources provide industry classification information for
major activity and all data are included in that classifica-
                                                                new businesses and businesses not canvassed in the Cen-
tion.
                                                                sus Bureau programs. Establishments without sufficient
    Administrative and auxiliary establishments primarily
                                                                industry information are tabulated in the ‘‘unclassified
manage, administer, service, or support the activities of
                                                                establishments’’ group.
other establishments of the same company rather than the
                                                                   In a few instances, the most detailed industry classifica-
establishments of other companies or the general public.
                                                                tions for which data are shown represent a combination of
Data for these establishments are shown separately by
                                                                more detailed SIC industries. The data for these establish-
industry division.
                                                                ments are included in the tabulations at a broader industry
    Establishment-size designations are determined by paid
                                                                level. For this reason, the sum of industry components
employment in the mid-March pay period. The size group
                                                                published in this series may not equal the total shown.
‘‘1 to 4’’ includes establishments that did not report any
                                                                   Industry classifications are explained in an appendix in
paid employees in the mid-March pay period but paid
                                                                the U.S. Summary. The industry titles used throughout this
wages to at least one employee at some time during the
                                                                series are the short SIC titles; complete descriptions are
year.
                                                                contained in the SIC manual.
    Establishment counts represent the number of locations
with paid employees any time during the year. This series       Geography Classification
excludes governmental establishments except for liquor
                                                                   Most geography codes are derived from the physical
stores (SIC 592), wholesale liquor establishments (SIC
                                                                location address reported in Census Bureau programs. The
518), depository institutions (SIC 60), Federal and
                                                                Internal Revenue Service provides supplemental address
Federally-sponsored credit agencies (SIC 611), and hospi-
                                                                information. Those employers without a fixed location
tals (SIC 806).
                                                                within a state (or of unknown county location) are
                                                                included under a ‘‘statewide’’ classification at the end of
Payroll
                                                                the county tables. This incomplete detail causes only
    Total payroll includes all forms of compensation, such      slight understatement of county employment. The inde-
as salaries, wages, reported tips, commissions, bonuses,        pendent cities in Virginia, and the cities of Baltimore, MD;
vacation allowances, sick-leave pay, employee contribu-         Carson City, NV; and St. Louis, MO, are treated as separate
tions to qualified pension plans, and the value of taxable      counties.
fringe benefits. For corporations, it includes amounts paid
to officers and executives; for unincorporated businesses,      COMPARABILITY WITH OTHER DATA
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 defi-
to-March quarter.                                               nitional changes:

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• The change from a ‘‘reporting unit’’ concept to establish-   RELIABILITY OF DATA
  ment based data in 1974

• The change in definition of ‘‘active’’ establishments in        All data are tabulated from universe files and are not
  1983                                                         subject to sampling errors. However, the data are subject
                                                               to nonsampling errors. Nonsampling errors can be attrib-
• The change in industrial classification definitions, the
                                                               uted to many sources: inability to identify all cases in the
  most recent occurring in 1988
                                                               universe; definition and classification difficulties; differ-
   A description of previous County Business Patterns pub-     ences in interpretation of questions; errors in recording or
lications 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
1997 Economic Census
                                                               and for records with missing or misreported data.
   Definitional and coverage differences may affect the
direct comparison of 1997 Economic Census and County              The accuracy of the data is determined by the joint
Business Patterns data. Definitions of an establishment,       effects of the various nonsampling errors. No direct mea-
employment, and payroll are detailed in the introductory       surement of these effects has been obtained; however,
text of each publication.                                      precautionary steps were taken in all phases of collection,
   The 1997 Economic Census generally uses respondent-         processing, and tabulation to minimize the effects of non-
reported data. The County Business Patterns uses adminis-      sampling errors.
trative record data for small establishments. Although
efforts are made to resolve significant differences in the
data, differences are known to exist.                          ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS
   Some large companies report different activities at the
same location as separate profit centers. The County Busi-
                                                                  The following abbreviations and symbols are used in
ness Patterns program treats each profit center as a sepa-
                                                               this publication:
rate establishment. The 1997 Economic Census may com-
bine the profit centers into one establishment. This results
                                                               –             Represents zero.
in establishment count differences.
                                                               A-C, E-M      Entered in place of employment data, repre-
DATA WITHHELD FROM PUBLICATION                                               sents an employment-size class as defined in
                                                                             the footnote of the tables.
   In accordance with U.S. Code, Title 13, Section 9, no
                                                               (D)           Withheld to avoid disclosing data for indi-
data are published that would disclose the operations of
                                                                             vidual companies; data are included in
an individual employer. However, the number of establish-
                                                                             broader industry totals.
ments in an industry classification and the distribution of
these establishments by employment-size class are not          n.e.c.        Not elsewhere classified.
considered to be disclosures, and so this information may      SIC           Standard Industrial Classification.
be released even though other information is withheld
from publications.




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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      IX
Table 1a.            The State Establishments, Employees, and Payroll, by Major Group:
                     1997 and 1996
[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]

                                                                                           1997                                                                 1996

 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                                           138 427        2 277 849         14 442 400      61 031 431           135 623        2 220 990        13 332 003       56 784 133

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing           2 226           12 302            53 209              286 905         2 126           10 991            47 623             252 329
07      Agricultural services                                      2 155           12 097            52 156              280 765         2 056           10 758            46 552             246 152
08      Forestry                                                      54              121               563                3 990            54              (C)               (D)                  (D)
09      Fishing, hunting, and trapping                                16               (B)               (D)                  (D)           15               (B)              (D)                  (D)
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                   1               (B)               (D)                  (D)            1               (B)              (D)                  (D)

            Mining                                                    155           2 296            19 043              102 287           175                (G)               (D)                 (D)
10      Metal mining                                                    5              (B)              (D)                  (D)             3               (B)               (D)                 (D)
12      Coal mining                                                     –                –                –                    –             1               (A)               (D)                 (D)
13      Oil and gas extraction                                          8              (B)              (D)                  (D)            11               (B)               (D)                 (D)
14      Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels                            137           2 127            17 227               94 195           153            2 132            17 689              96 361
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                    5              (B)              (D)                  (D)             7                70              776               4 300

            Construction                                          15 361          105 391           775 615         3 934 866           15 164           99 914           705 372        3 630 187
15      General contractors and operative builders                 4 156           27 424           207 775           947 723            4 140           27 032           198   298        918      878
16      Heavy construction, except building                          610                (I)              (D)               (D)             578            7 919            64   553        538      040
17      Special trade contractors                                 10 590           69 432           488 227         2 396 057           10 437           64 593           437   297      2 151      707
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                   5               (E)               (D)               (D)               9              370             5   224         21      562

            Manufacturing                                         10 733          602 971          5 141 393      21 252 536            10 733          592 583         4 886 449       19 959 383
20      Food and kindred products                                    840           60 864           409 992         1 744 877              854           56 985           382 299        1 666 143
21      Tobacco products                                               1               (A)               (D)               (D)               1               (A)               (D)              (D)
22      Textile mill products                                         51              (H)                (D)               (D)              58               (H)               (D)              (D)
23      Apparel and other textile products                           267            6 709            34 080           147 081              251            5 881            28 661          125 158
24      Lumber and wood products                                   1 255           30 438           170 400           755 455            1 290           30 139           163 155          723 616

25      Furniture and fixtures                                       316           16   412         110   939         482 241              308           15   578         103   255        428 630
26      Paper and allied products                                    294           47   419         501   228       2 074 548              280           45   935         467   452      1 884 184
27      Printing and publishing                                    1 438           52   305         362   568       1 492 997            1 493           51   861         343   666      1 411 067
28      Chemicals and allied products                                272           11   812         130   502         483 981              265           11   219         118   718        450 486
29      Petroleum and coal products                                   17                 (E)               (D)             (D)              17                 (E)               (D)            (D)

30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                   471           29   274         199   789         841      208         465           29   314         192   502        799      016
31      Leather and leather products                                  76            5   080          28   085         115      675          82            5   408          30   250        121      688
32      Stone, clay, and glass products                              394           10   052          75   848         354      978         385            9   504          68   317        325      759
33      Primary metal industries                                     236           26   935         228   989         950      621         226           25   535         208   015        842      988
34      Fabricated metal products                                  1 183           61   665         471   384       2 010      014       1 113           59   397         438   490      1 839      620

35      Industrial machinery and equipment                         2 071          102   689         958   075       4 015 477            2 067          102   805         923   732      3 806 069
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                    378           44   889         351   942       1 449 223              368           44   779         338   286      1 372 580
37      Transportation equipment                                     252           33   346         354   613       1 379 224              244           31   296         325   297      1 268 647
38      Instruments and related products                             247           15   523         153   997         635 791              228           14   255         137   071        543 260
39      Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                       419           11   546          77   641         326 894              428           11   946          76   751        309 317
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                 255           33   095         496   685       1 883 106              310           37   347         514   324      1 931 231

            Transportation and public utilities                    7 323          117 658           914 869         3 735 346            7 165          118 576           871 344        3 527 119
41      Local and interurban passenger transit                       673           14 639            42 016           173 012              660           14 725            39   818        161      838
42      Trucking and warehousing                                   4 187           54 591           391 782         1 675 882            4 066           54 141           359   569      1 538      948
44      Water transportation                                         135               (F)               (D)               (D)             127              886             4   411         23      997
45      Transportation by air                                        187            4 860            40 210           159 799              174            4 554            33   409        142      181
46      Pipelines, except natural gas                                 12              (C)                (D)               (D)              11              122             1   507          5      730

47      Transportation services                                       797           6   188          33   489            143   441         803            6   525          31   430           133   991
48      Communication                                                 917          18   862         183   305            708   226         890           18   969         179   204           677   360
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          390          15   930         202   791            782   054         406           16   673         204   342           773   386
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                   25           1   587          14   412             58   907          28            1   981          17   654            69   688

            Wholesale trade                                        9 809          133 610          1 065 156        4 471 052            9 889          133 362         1 029 901        4 267 016
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                              6 327           75 569           628 762         2 662 773            6 353           75 042           598 961        2 509 920
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                           3 402           54 581           396 359         1 661 108            3 454           54 427           376 796        1 578 078
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                  80            3 460            40 035           147 171               82            3 893            54 144          179 018

            Retail trade                                          32 703          467 166          1 431 038        6 187 263           32 372          456 285         1 374 739        5 918 249
52      Building materials and garden supplies                     1 637           19   803          90   048         390      342       1 518           18   200          78   920        343      971
53      General merchandise stores                                   611           52   635         140   882         598      105         681           50   950         141   779        576      692
54      Food stores                                                2 681           65   689         185   508         777      818       2 694           64   145         176   975        748      957
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                    4 507           55   728         264   077       1 159      047       4 543           54   564         253   999      1 127      051
56      Apparel and accessory stores                               2 008           15   925          38   150         164      109       2 199           16   532          38   781        160      534

57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                       2 251           17   407          75   994         330 795            2 158           18   035          74   871        319      652
58      Eating and drinking places                                11 673          162   536         292   824       1 285 977           11 327          160   397         282   792      1 248      221
59      Miscellaneous retail                                       7 077           64   185         240   234       1 033 123            6 980           55   548         208   456        882      564
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                 258           13   258         103   321         447 947              272           17   914         118   166        510      607

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                   12 599          150 017          1 376 849        5 229 394           12 205          148 243         1 082 939        4 670 100
60      Depository institutions                                    2 509           41   278         296   614       1 122      175       2 342           42   540         264   464      1 020      688
61      Nondepository institutions                                   660            6   531          58   564         241      907         601            6   022          50   933        199      658
62      Security and commodity brokers                               752            7   562         159   550         557      921         719            6   384         128   012        459      667
63      Insurance carriers                                           798           56   029         612   831       2 245      922         798           54   965         404   875      1 993      397
64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                     3 259           14   236         101   108         425      621       3 193           13   226          90   015        380      961

65      Real estate                                                4 223           19 631            87 549              399 898         4 137           19 141            82 357             375 564
67      Holding and other investment offices                         384            4 477            56 913              223 493           402            5 212            53 701             205 663
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                  14              273             3 720               12 457            13              753             8 582              34 502

          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                                                                                                                                                 WISCONSIN                   1
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 1a.           The State Establishments, Employees, and Payroll, by Major Group:
                    1997 and 1996 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]

                                                                                          1997                                                                  1996

 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                                              46 747          686 051        3 663 784        15 819 627            45 324          658 128         3 312 406       14 445 116
70      Hotels and other lodging places                            1   544         27   231          67   214        308   784           1   550         26   083          62   492        290   774
72      Personal services                                          4   662         28   030          87   244        372   639           4   667         27   982          84   049        362   392
73      Business services                                          6   235        120   173         571   032      2 469   002           5   729        106   839         447   315      1 983   596
75      Auto repair, services, and parking                         3   611         19   693          92   060        392   146           3   519         19   263          84   941        359   326
76      Miscellaneous repair services                              1   381          6   946          42   597        188   937           1   384          7   381          44   554        193   776

78      Motion pictures                                              707            6   582         16    551         80   560             655            5   446          13   217         57   271
79      Amusement and recreation services                          2 225           28   972        110    183        482   132           2 215           26   135          91   099        429   705
80      Health services                                            8 404          237   193      1 635    876      7 026   022           7 878          229   839       1 508   631      6 568   410
81      Legal services                                             2 253           13   598        123    427        596   429           2 228           13   645         112   716        558   142
82      Educational services                                         919           38   274        166    682        695   763             906           37   382         159   630        656   182

83      Social services                                            4 109           55   601         176   773        740   407           4 120           58   142         178   935        749   222
84      Museums, botanical, zoological gardens                       140            1   420           5   219         24   986             130            1   220           4   679         21   666
86      Membership organizations                                   5 681           50   981         153   632        630   834           5 760           53   355         152   772        633   123
87      Engineering and management services                        4 495           41   581         319   678      1 414   493           4 171           35   311         274   810      1 197   705
89      Services, n.e.c.                                             210            1   016           8   920         38   726             224            1   294          10   653         50   267
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                 171            8   760          86   696        357   767             188            8   811          81   913        333   559

            Unclassified establishments                                771              387           1 444             12 155               470              (F)               (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.




2      WISCONSIN                                                                                                                              COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                U.S. Census Bureau
Table 1b.            The State                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997
[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                                      2 277 849      14 442 400      61 031 431        138 427     71 449    28 013    18 520    12 542     4 211    2 609      689      257       137

            Agricultural services, forestry, and
             fishing                                              12 302          53 209        286 905          2 226      1 470       410       258         69        12        5       2        –         –
07      Agricultural services                                     12 097          52 156        280 765          2 155      1 409       406       254         67        12        5       2        –         –
071       Soil preparation services                                   (B)              (D)              (D)          16       14           –         2         –         –        –       –        –         –
072       Crop services                                               261          1 278              6 944          42       26           5         7         4         –        –       –        –         –
074       Veterinary services                                      4 289          19 623         90 434             537      190        175       141         31         –        –       –        –         –
075       Animal services, except veterinary                       1 852           7 934         33 152             280      198          48        25         2         5        1       1        –         –
076       Farm labor and management services                           42              271            1 113          10        7           1         2         –         –        –       –        –         –
0762        Farm management services                                   42              271            1 113          10        7           1         2         –         –        –       –        –         –
078       Landscape and horticultural services                     5 543          22 705        147 535          1 248       956        175         75        30         7        4       1        –         –

08      Forestry                                                      121              563            3 990          54       48           3         2         1         –        –       –        –         –

09      Fishing, hunting, and trapping                                (B)              (D)              (D)          16       13           1         2         –         –        –       –        –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                  (B)              (D)              (D)           1        –           –         –         1         –        –       –        –         –

            Mining                                                 2 296          19 043        102 287             155       56          40        28        21         7        3        –       –         –
10      Metal mining                                                  (B)              (D)              (D)           5        2           1         –         2         –        –       –        –         –
102       Copper ores                                                 (B)              (D)              (D)           1        –           –         –         1         –        –       –        –         –
103       Lead and zinc ores                                          (A)              (D)              (D)           2        1           1         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
104       Gold and silver ores                                        (A)              (D)              (D)           1        1           –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
1041       Gold ores                                                  (A)              (D)              (D)           1        1           –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
108       Metal mining services                                       (B)              (D)              (D)           1        –           –         –         1         –        –       –        –         –

13      Oil and gas extraction                                        (B)              (D)              (D)           8        6           2         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
131       Crude petroleum and natural gas                             (A)              (D)              (D)           3        3           –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
138       Oil and gas field services                                  (A)              (D)              (D)           5        3           2         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
1381        Drilling oil and gas wells                                (A)              (D)              (D)           1        1           –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
1389        Oil and gas field services, n.e.c.                        (A)              (D)              (D)           4        2           2         –         –         –        –       –        –         –

14      Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels                         2 127          17 227         94 195             137       46          35        28        19         6        3       –        –         –
141       Dimension stone                                             117              470            3 811           7        4           1         –         1         1        –       –        –         –
142       Crushed and broken stone                                 1 282          11 828         60 193              60       15          15        16         7         4        3       –        –         –
1422        Crushed and broken limestone                             878           8 252         42 230              43       11           8        13         6         4        1       –        –         –
1423        Crushed and broken granite                                (C)            (D)            (D)               7        –           5         1         –         –        1       –        –         –
1429        Crushed and broken stone, n.e.c.                          (C)            (D)            (D)              10        4           2         2         1         –        1       –        –         –
144       Sand and gravel                                             689          4 681         28 713              66       26          17        12        10         1        –       –        –         –
1442        Construction sand and gravel                               (F)           (D)            (D)              62       26          16        12         8         –        –       –        –         –
1446        Industrial sand                                            (C)           (D)            (D)               4        –           1         –         2         1        –       –        –         –
145       Clay, ceramic, and refractory minerals                      (A)              (D)              (D)           1        1           –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
1459        Clay and related minerals, n.e.c.                         (A)              (D)              (D)           1        1           –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
148       Nonmetallic minerals services                               (B)              (D)              (D)           3        –           2         –         1         –        –       –        –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                  (B)              (D)              (D)           5        2           2         –         –         1        –       –        –         –
            Construction                                         105 391        775 615       3 934 866         15 361     10 136     2 877     1 344       757       162       60       19        5         1
15      General contractors and operative builders                27 424        207 775         947 723          4 156      2 912       710       298       181         33      14        5        2         1
151       General building contractors                            26 204        198 602         906 966          3 890      2 723       673       268       172         32      14        5        2         1
153       Operative builders                                       1 206           9 149         40 485             255      179          36        30         9         1        –       –        –         –

16      Heavy construction, except building                            (I)             (D)              (D)         610      302        122         81        78        16        7       4        –         –
161       Highway and street construction                             (G)              (D)              (D)         162       74          33        26        21         5        3       –        –         –
162       Heavy construction, except highway                       5 947          55 140        352 805             448      228          89        55        57        11        4       4        –         –

17      Special trade contractors                                 69 432        488 227       2 396 057         10 590      6 922     2 043       965       497       112       39        9        3         –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                     18 612        155 864         709 104          2 046      1 180       453       242       118         30      18        3        2         –
172       Painting and paper hanging                               3 294          16 361         87 972             854      646        136         44        23         5        –       –        –         –
173       Electrical work                                         12 253        104 331         451 732          1 295       759        265       157         81        21        6       5        1         –
174       Masonry, stonework, and plastering                       8 894          55   063      285    035       1 278       814        240       112         85        23        4       –        –         –
1741       Masonry and other stonework                             3 633          22   360      129    987         625       418        123        42         32         8        2       –        –         –
1742       Plastering, drywall, and insulation                     4 799          29   697      141    313         550       319        102        66         46        15        2       –        –         –
1743       Terrazzo, tile, marble, mosaic work                       462           3   006       13    718         102        76         15         4          7         –        –       –        –         –
175       Carpentry and floor work                                 7 261          37 719        176 650          1 801      1 343       306       111         33         5        3       –        –         –
1751       Carpentry work                                          5 438          28 149        131 851          1 397      1 050       232        90         19         4        2       –        –         –
1752       Floor laying and floor work, n.e.c.                     1 823           9 570         44 781            400        289        74        21         14         1        1       –        –         –
176       Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                    5 146          28 690        159 383             860      561        158         90        43         4        4       –        –         –
177       Concrete work                                            4 101          21 791        179 129             896      612        182         61        35         6        –       –        –         –
178       Water well drilling                                         579          3 686         18 959             128       89          30         6         2         1        –       –        –         –
179       Misc. special trade contractors                          9 287          64 702        328    011       1 425       912        272       142         77        17        4       1        –         –
1791        Structural steel erection                                826           7 796         38    781          80        34         15        18         11         2        –       –        –         –
1793        Glass and glazing work                                 1 157           9 437         41    980          84        37         19        20          3         2        3       –        –         –
1794        Excavation work                                        2 842          15 265         99    057         670       484        120        39         25         2        –       –        –         –
1795        Wrecking and demolition work                             141             841          4    727          18         7          6         2          3         –        –       –        –         –
1796        Installing building equipment, n.e.c.                  1 422          15 785         69    833          93        33         17        20         18         4        1       –        –         –
1799        Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                      2 896          15 554         73    521         476       313         95        43         17         7        –       1        –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                  (E)             (D)               (D)          5         –          2         –          1         1        –       1        –         –

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


COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                          WISCONSIN                 3
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 1b.          The State                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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                                         602   971     5 141    393    21 252 536      10 733     3 139       1 705     1 728     1 811     1 016      819      321      130        64
20     Food and kindred products                                  60   864       409    992     1 744 877         840       178         109       123       183       107       86       32       14         8
201      Meat products                                            17   055       113    161       471 153         115        30          16        17        12        11       13        5        6         5
2011       Meat packing plants                                     4   799        27    279       110 781          58        20           9        10         6         5        4        1        2         1
2013       Sausages and other prepared meats                       9   704        68    376       289 682          49         9           7         7         5         5        7        4        2         3
2015       Poultry slaughtering and processing                     2   552        17    506        70 690           8         1           –         –         1         1        2        –        2         1
202      Dairy products                                           16   559       109    085       468 150         245        29          27        37        65        46       28       10        2         1
2021       Creamery butter                                             535         4    149        21 116          10         –           –         2         3         4        1        –        –         –
2022       Cheese, natural and processed                          13   294        83    590       357 547         181        20          23        23        47        36       20       10        1         1
2023       Dry, condensed, evaporated products                     1   503        12    327        52 625          26         3           2         6         8         4        2        –        1         –
2024       Ice cream and frozen desserts                               283         1    805         7 028          13         4           –         5         3         –        1        –        –         –
2026       Fluid milk                                                  944         7    214        29 834          15         2           2         1         4         2        4        –        –         –
203      Preserved fruits and vegetables                          10   491        65    283       300 486         112        16           8        11        30        20       18        6        1         2
2032       Canned specialties                                           (C)              (D)           (D)          2         –           –         1         –         1        –        –        –         –
2033       Canned fruits and vegetables                            2   609         16   794       103 601          52         7           1         5        22        11        5        1        –         –
2034       Dehydrated fruits, vegetables, soups                         (E)              (D)           (D)          5         1           1         –         1         –        2        –        –         –
2035       Pickles, sauces, and salad dressings                    1   287          9   968        44 107          17         3           2         1         3         3        4        1        –         –
2037       Frozen fruits and vegetables                            2   735         14   444        48 090          12         2           –         1         1         2        3        2        –         1
2038       Frozen specialties, n.e.c.                              3   392         21   024        89 148          24         3           4         3         3         3        4        2        1         1
204      Grain mill products                                       3   529         24   931       112 079         104        27          17        26        20         7        4        3        –         –
2041       Flour and other grain mill products                          (C)              (D)           (D)          7         4           1         –         1         1        –        –        –         –
2043       Cereal breakfast foods                                       (E)              (D)           (D)          1         –           –         –         –         –        –        1        –         –
2045       Prepared flour mixes and doughs                             677          5   296        23 773           6         1           1         –         1         1        1        1        –         –
2046       Wet corn milling                                             (A)              (D)           (D)          2         1           –         1         –         –        –        –        –         –
2047       Dog and cat food                                            439          2   651        12 787          10         3           1         1         4         –        –        1        –         –
2048       Prepared feeds, n.e.c.                                  1   863         13   253        59 697          78        18          14        24        14         5        3        –        –         –
205      Bakery products                                           4   095         24   306        92 409          71        11          15         7        19         6        9        3        1         –
2051       Bread, cake, and related products                       2   962         17   208        66 406          57         9          12         7        14         6        6        3        –         –
2052       Cookies and crackers                                        (G)               (D)           (D)          9         –           3         –         2         –        3        –        1         –
2053       Frozen bakery products, except bread                         (C)              (D)           (D)          4         1           –         –         3         –        –        –        –         –
206      Sugar and confectionery products                          2   080         12   241        56 571          25        10           –         1         5         3        3        2        1         –
2064       Candy and other confectionery products                       (F)              (D)           (D)         15         7           –         –         3         2        2        1        –         –
2066       Chocolate and cocoa products                            1   199          7   916        37 482           9         3           –         1         2         –        1        1        1         –
2068       Salted and roasted nuts and seeds                            (B)              (D)           (D)          1         –           –         –         –         1        –        –        –         –
207      Fats and Oils                                                 178          1   111         4 588           7         1           2         –         3         1        –        –        –         –
2075       Soybean oil mills                                            (A)              (D)           (D)          2         1           1         –         –         –        –        –        –         –
2077       Animal and marine fats and oils                              (C)              (D)           (D)          5         –           1         –         3         1        –        –        –         –
208      Beverages                                                 3   579         37   575       139 746          66        20          11         7        14         5        6        1        2         –
2082       Malt beverages                                          1   930         23   211        78 923          23         7           4         5         2         1        2        –        2         –
2083       Malt                                                        437          4   684        18 870           8         –           1         –         3         2        2        –        –         –
2084       Wines, brandy, and brandy spirits                            (B)              (D)           (D)         10         7           1         –         2         –        –        –        –         –
2086       Bottled and canned soft drinks                              875          6   599        29 027          13         3           3         –         3         1        2        1        –         –
2087       Flavoring extracts and syrups, n.e.c.                        (E)              (D)           (D)         12         3           2         2         4         1        –        –        –         –
209      Misc. food and kindred products                           3   298         22   299        99 689          94        33          13        17        15         8        5        2        1         –
2091       Canned and cured fish and seafoods                           (B)              (D)           (D)          6         2           3         1         –         –        –        –        –         –
2092       Fresh or frozen prepared fish                                 72             388         1 707           4         2           1         –         –         1        –        –        –         –
2095       Roasted coffee                                              141              706         3 396           8         1           2         2         3         –        –        –        –         –
2096       Potato chips and similar snacks                         1   110          7   906        42 492          16         5           1         2         4         2        1        –        1         –
2097       Manufactured ice                                              46             175           985           8         5           1         2         –         –        –        –        –         –
2098       Macaroni and spaghetti                                       (A)              (D)           (D)          2         1           –         1         –         –        –        –        –         –
2099       Food preparations, n.e.c.                               1   877         12   982        50 396          49        16           5         9         8         5        4        2        –         –
21     Tobacco products                                                 (A)              (D)           (D)          1         –           –         1         –         –        –        –        –         –
214      Tobacco stemming and redrying                                  (A)              (D)           (D)          1         –           –         1         –         –        –        –        –         –
22     Textile mill products                                            (H)              (D)           (D)         51        18           7         5        10         4        4        3        –         –
221      Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton                                (A)              (D)           (D)          4         3           1         –         –         –        –        –        –         –
222      Broadwoven fabric mills, manmade                               (C)              (D)           (D)          3         2           –         –         –         –        1        –        –         –
223      Broadwoven fabric mills, wool                                  (A)              (D)           (D)          2         2           –         –         –         –        –        –        –         –
224      Narrow fabric mills                                            (B)              (D)           (D)          2         1           –         –         –         1        –        –        –         –
225      Knitting mills                                            1   035          5   816        28 807          15         4           2         –         5         1        1        2        –         –
2252       Hosiery, n.e.c.                                              (E)              (D)           (D)          2         –           –         –         1         –        –        1        –         –
2253       Knit outerwear mills                                         (C)              (D)           (D)          6         3           –         –         2         1        –        –        –         –
2254       Knit underwear mills                                         (A)              (D)           (D)          1         –           1         –         –         –        –        –        –         –
2257       Weft knit fabric mills                                      496          2   954        15 088           6         1           1         –         2         –        1        1        –         –
226      Textile finishing, except wool                                 (A)              (D)           (D)          2         1           1         –         –         –        –        –        –         –
2261       Finishing plants, cotton                                     (A)              (D)           (D)          1         1           –         –         –         –        –        –        –         –
2262       Finishing plants, manmade                                    (A)              (D)           (D)          1         –           1         –         –         –        –        –        –         –
227      Carpets and rugs                                               (A)              (D)           (D)          2         1           –         1         –         –        –        –        –         –
228      Yarn and thread mills                                          (B)              (D)           (D)          3         1           1         –         –         1        –        –        –         –
2281       Yarn spinning mills                                          (B)              (D)           (D)          3         1           1         –         –         1        –        –        –         –
229      Miscellaneous textile goods                               1   023         11   288        46 726          18         3           2         4         5         1        2        1        –         –
2295       Coated fabrics, not rubberized                               (C)              (D)           (D)          5         2           –         1         1         –        1        –        –         –
2297       Nonwoven fabrics                                            377          3   827        16 366           9         –           2         2         4         –        1        –        –         –
2298       Cordage and twine                                            (A)              (D)           (D)          1         –           –         1         –         –        –        –        –         –
2299       Textile goods, n.e.c.                                        (E)              (D)           (D)          3         1           –         –         –         1        –        1        –         –
23     Apparel and other textile products                          6   709         34   080       147 081         267       124          37        34        30        26       13        2        1         –
231      Men’s and boys’ suits and coats                                (A)              (D)           (D)          1         –           1         –         –         –        –        –        –         –
232      Men’s and boys’ furnishings                                   827          3   604        15 399          24         8           –         3         7         3        3        –        –         –
2321       Men’s and boys’ shirts                                       (B)              (D)           (D)          1         –           –         –         –         1        –        –        –         –
2323       Men’s and boys’ neckwear                                     (C)              (D)           (D)          2         –           –         –         –         1        1        –        –         –
2325       Men’s and boys’ trousers and slacks                          (B)              (D)           (D)          1         –           –         –         1         –        –        –        –         –
2326       Men’s and boys’ work clothing                                (A)              (D)           (D)          1         1           –         –         –         –        –        –        –         –
2329       Men’s and boys’ clothing, n.e.c.                            533          2   229         9 386          19         7           –         3         6         1        2        –        –         –
233      Women’s and misses’ outerwear                                 501          1   732         8 178          17        10           –         1         2         2        2        –        –         –
2331       Women’s and misses’ blouses and shirts                       (E)              (D)           (D)          3         1           –         –         –         1        1        –        –         –
2335       Women’s, junior’s, and misses’ dresses                       (A)              (D)           (D)          3         3           –         –         –         –        –        –        –         –
2337       Women’s and misses’ suits and coats                          (B)              (D)           (D)          2         1           –         –         –         1        –        –        –         –
2339       Women’s and misses’ outerwear, n.e.c.                        (C)              (D)           (D)          8         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.


4      WISCONSIN                                                                                                                                    COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                          U.S. Census Bureau
Table 1b.              The State              Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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 Con.
234       Women’s and children’s undergarments                        (C)                (D)               (D)            1      –         –         –         –         –        1       –        –         –
2341        Women’s and children’s underwear                          (C)                (D)               (D)            1      –         –         –         –         –        1       –        –         –
235       Hats, caps, and millinery                                   (C)                (D)               (D)            6      3         –         1         1         –        1       –        –         –
236       Girls’ and children’s outerwear                            268            1   539            5   080            5      –         –         –         2         3        –       –        –         –
2361        Girls’ and children’s dresses, blouses                    (C)                (D)               (D)            2      –         –         –         –         2        –       –        –         –
2369        Girls’ and children’s outerwear, n.e.c.                   (C)                (D)               (D)            3      –         –         –         2         1        –       –        –         –
238       Miscellaneous apparel and accessories                      510            2   660       12       146           18      5         2         4         3         3        1       –        –         –
2381        Fabric dress and work gloves                             209                908        3       738            5      –         –         1         2         2        –       –        –         –
2385        Waterproof outerwear                                     191            1   247        6       062            3      1         –         –         –         1        1       –        –         –
2386        Leather and sheep lined clothing                          (B)                (D)               (D)            4      1         2         1         –         –        –       –        –         –
2387        Apparel belts                                             (A)                (D)               (D)            1      1         –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
2389        Apparel and accessories, n.e.c.                           (B)                (D)               (D)            5      2         –         2         1         –        –       –        –         –
239       Misc. fabricated textile products                        4 228           22   456       99       076          195     98        34        25        15        15        5       2        1         –
2391        Curtains and draperies                                    (C)                (D)               (D)           12      5         3         2         –         2        –       –        –         –
2392        Housefurnishings, n.e.c.                                 623            4   444       20       316           10      2         –         2         1         3        2       –        –         –
2393        Textile bags                                              (F)                (D)               (D)            9      2         1         2         1         2        –       1        –         –
2394        Canvas and related products                              433            2   212       10       034           40     25         6         5         2         1        1       –        –         –
2395        Pleating and stitching                                   245                999        3       953           30     15         7         4         3         1        –       –        –         –
2396        Automotive and apparel trimmings                       1 897            9 554         42 702                 79     42        15         8         6         4        2       1        1         –
2397        Schiffli machine embroideries                              6               11             73                  3      3         –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
2399        Fabricated textile products, n.e.c.                      254            1 251          5 944                 12      4         2         2         2         2        –       –        –         –
24      Lumber and wood products                                  30   438       170    400      755       455       1 255     591      217       185       134         67      39       16        4         2
241       Logging                                                  1   440         6    464       25       966         430     337       65        24         4          –       –        –        –         –
242       Sawmills and planing mills                               5   240        26    082      111       804         243      66       55        52        41         22       5        2        –         –
2421        Sawmills and planing mills, general                    4   413        22    017       96       248         208      53       47        50        33         20       3        2        –         –
2426        Hardwood dimension and flooring mills                       (F)              (D)                (D)         32      13        7         2         7          2       1        –        –         –
2429        Special product sawmills, n.e.c.                            (C)              (D)                (D)          3       –        1         –         1          –       1        –        –         –
243       Millwork, plywood and structural members                14   388         85   518      385       023         267      91       43        46        35         21      15       11        3         2
2431        Millwork                                               9   775         60   269      271       347          85      21       13        12        12          8       6        8        3         2
2434        Wood kitchen cabinets                                  1   791         10   609       45       367         136      62       28        24        16          4       1        1        –         –
2435        Hardwood veneer and plywood                            1   873          9   478       40       860          23       4        –         5         3          3       6        2        –         –
2436        Softwood veneer and plywood                                 (A)              (D)                (D)          1       1        –         –         –          –       –        –        –         –
2439        Structural wood members, n.e.c.                             (F)              (D)                (D)         22       3        2         5         4          6       2        –        –         –
244       Wood containers                                          2   658         12   482       53       239         150      40       31        36        32          9       2        –        –         –
2441        Nailed wood boxes and shook                                328          1   504        7       738          21       3       10         4         2          2       –        –        –         –
2448        Wood pallets and skids                                 2   056          9   525       40       039         116      33       18        31        26          6       2        –        –         –
2449        Wood containers, n.e.c.                                    274          1   453        5       462          13       4        3         1         4          1       –        –        –         –
245       Wood buildings and mobile homes                          2   992         18   345       87       343          33       5        3         6         5          6       4        3        1         –
2451        Mobile homes                                               722          3   624       22       550           5       –        1         –         –          1       2        1        –         –
2452        Prefabricated wood buildings                           2   270         14   721       64       793          28       5        2         6         5          5       2        2        1         –
249       Miscellaneous wood products                              3   719         21   507       92       065         130      50       20        21        17          9      13        –        –         –
2491        Wood preserving                                            271          1   361        8       085           9       –        1         3         3          2       –        –        –         –
2493        Reconstituted wood products                            1   155          9   133       37       432          13       2        2         –         –          4       5        –        –         –
2499        Wood products, n.e.c.                                  2   293         11   013       46       548         108      48       17        18        14          3       8        –        –         –

25      Furniture and fixtures                                    16 412         110 939         482 241                316    103        46        56        49        23      22       13        2         2
251       Household furniture                                      5 873           32 612        155       832          132     52        16        30        15         7        7       4        –         1
2511       Wood household furniture                                4 550           25 140        122       808           89     43        10        17         7         4        3       4        –         1
2512       Upholstered household furniture                           380            1 715          7       566           12      3         2         2         3         1        1       –        –         –
2514       Metal household furniture                                 134              554          2       518            7      1         1         3         1         1        –       –        –         –
2515       Mattresses and bedsprings                                 742            4 828         21       357           17      3         1         5         4         1        3       –        –         –
2517       Wood TV and radio cabinets                                 (B)              (D)                  (D)           5      2         –         3         –         –        –       –        –         –
2519        Household furniture, n.e.c.                               (A)              (D)                  (D)           2      –         2         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
252       Office furniture                                         2 795           26 987        108 394                 29      5         2         2         9         3        5       2        1         –
2521        Wood office furniture                                     (F)             (D)             (D)                18      5         1         1         8         1        2       –        –         –
2522        Office furniture, except wood                            (G)              (D)             (D)                11      –         1         1         1         2        3       2        1         –
253       Public building and related furniture                    2 067           14 836         61 204                 15      2         2         1         2         2        3       2        1         –
254       Partitions and fixtures                                  3 435           20 691         91 158                114     34        25        19        20         8        4       4        –         –
2541        Wood partitions and fixtures                           2 018           12 753         57 473                 90     29        21        14        15         8        2       1        –         –
2542        Partitions and fixtures, except wood                   1 417            7 938         33 685                 24      5         4         5         5         –        2       3        –         –
259       Miscellaneous furniture and fixtures                     2 242           15 813         65 648                 25      9         1         4         3         3        3       1        –         1
2591        Drapery hardware and blinds and shades                   (G)              (D)            (D)                  9      1         1         3         1         1        –       1        –         1
2599        Furniture and fixtures, n.e.c.                            (F)             (D)            (D)                 16      8         –         1         2         2        3       –        –         –

26      Paper and allied products                                 47 419         501 228       2 074 548                294     26        22        28        54        50      55       34       20         5
261       Pulp mills                                                   629          7 319         30 299                  6      –         –         –         4         1        –       1        –         –
262       Paper mills                                             15 908         183 049         754 071                 33      –         –         –         1         3        2      12       13         2
263       Paperboard mills                                         1 048           10 137         45 957                  7      1         –         –         –         2        3       1        –         –
265       Paperboard containers and boxes                          7 066           61 711        256 015                 86      4         9         9        20        19      21        4        –         –
2652        Setup paperboard boxes                                    (E)             (D)             (D)                 4      –         –         –         1         1       2        –        –         –
2653        Corrugated and solid fiber boxes                       4 333           38 703        159 773                 52      2         5         8         8        13      14        2        –         –
2655        Fiber cans, drums and similar products                    (F)             (D)             (D)                16      –         3         1         8         1       3        –        –         –
2657        Folding paperboard boxes                               1 499           12 380         50 935                 14      2         1         –         3         4       2        2        –         –
267       Misc. converted paper products                          22   768       239    012      988       187          161     20        13        19        29        25      29       16        7         3
2671        Paper coated and laminated, packaging                  4   312        41    559      167       723           27      –         –         2         5         4      10        6        –         –
2672        Paper coated and laminated, n.e.c.                     3   556        35    520      152       031           23      2         2         2         5         4       2        4        1         1
2673        Bags: plastics, laminated, and coated                  2   085        16    726       68       780           19      1         2         2         2         7       3        1        1         –
2674        Bags: uncoated paper and multiwall                         241         1    388        6       049            6      1         1         1         1         1       1        –        –         –
2675        Die cut paper and board                                    545         3    719       16       462           15      5         3         1         2         3       1        –        –         –

2676        Sanitary paper products                                9 131         116    391      478       167           24      1         3         1         5         –        4       3        5         2
2677        Envelopes                                                949           8    296       33       470            7      2         –         –         –         2        2       1        –         –
2678        Stationery products                                      431           3    880       14       594           10      4         –         2         1         1        2       –        –         –
2679        Converted paper products, n.e.c.                       1 518          11    533       50       911           30      4         2         8         8         3        4       1        –         –

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

COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                          WISCONSIN                 5
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 1b.           The State                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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.
27      Printing and publishing                                   52 305        362 568       1 492 997          1 438       477        311       248       192       110       61       26        8         5
271       Newspapers                                               9 532          56 804        216 244             225       72          49        38        31        15      13        6        –         1
272       Periodicals                                              2 322          15 664         69 100             112       49          25        20        10         3        3       2        –         –
273       Books                                                    3 700          27 329        115 702              66       31           5        11         8         4        2       3        2         –
2731        Book publishing                                          982           7 624         29 197              41       26           2         5         3         3        1       1        –         –
2732        Book printing                                          2 718          19 705         86 505              25        5           3         6         5         1        1       2        2         –
274       Miscellaneous publishing                                 1 628           8 521         35 126              70       20           8        15        18         6        3       –        –         –
275       Commercial printing                                     30 822        217    791      907    587          812      264        200       137         93        60      34       14        6         4
2752        Commercial printing, lithographic                     23 301        163    158      679    310          624      198        164       110         66        45      23       10        5         3
2754        Commercial printing, gravure                             406          3    192       12    764            9        5          –         1          –         1       2        –        –         –
2759        Commercial printing, n.e.c.                            7 115         51    441      215    513          179       61         36        26         27        14       9        4        1         1
276       Manifold business forms                                  1 094           9 683         36 823              21        2           4         3         4         5        2       1        –         –
277       Greeting cards                                              (A)              (D)              (D)           1        –           1         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
278       Blankbooks and bookbinding                                  (G)            (D)            (D)              35        5           6         8         9         6        1       –        –         –
2782        Blankbooks and looseleaf binders                           (E)           (D)            (D)               6        1           –         –         3         1        1       –        –         –
2789        Bookbinding and related work                              711          4 467         18 701              29        4           6         8         6         5        –       –        –         –
279       Printing trade services                                  2 162          19 687         83 455              94       32          13        16        19        11        3       –        –         –
2791        Typesetting                                              935           7 775         31 943              52       23           3        11        11         2        2       –        –         –
2796        Platemaking services                                   1 227          11 912         51 512              42        9          10         5         8         9        1       –        –         –

28      Chemicals and allied products                             11 812        130 502         483 981             272       60          43        44        72        34      12        4        2         1
281       Industrial inorganic chemicals                              455          4 339         18 310              23        7           5         5         3         2        1       –        –         –
2812        Alkalies and chlorine                                      (B)           (D)            (D)               1        –           –         –         –         1        –       –        –         –
2813        Industrial gases                                           (B)           (D)            (D)               8        5           1         –         2         –        –       –        –         –
2816        Inorganic pigments                                         (B)           (D)            (D)               3        –           –         1         1         1        –       –        –         –
2819        Industrial inorganic chemicals, n.e.c.                     (C)           (D)            (D)              11        2           4         4         –         –        1       –        –         –
282       Plastics materials and synthetics                           700          6 030         24 309              10        1           –         2         3         2        1       1        –         –
2821        Plastics materials and resins                              (F)           (D)            (D)               7        –           –         1         3         1        1       1        –         –
2822        Synthetic rubber                                           (B)           (D)            (D)               3        1           –         1         –         1        –       –        –         –
283       Drugs                                                    1 871          20 400         83 095              32        6           3         4        12         3        2       2        –         –
2833        Medicinals and botanicals                                 (B)            (D)            (D)               5        1           1         1         2         –        –       –        –         –
2834        Pharmaceutical preparations                              794          10 452         42 225              11        4           1         –         3         1        1       1        –         –
2835        Diagnostic substances                                     (C)            (D)            (D)               5        –           –         1         3         1        –       –        –         –
2836        Biological products except diagnostic                    801           7 742         31 805              11        1           1         2         4         1        1       1        –         –
284       Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods                         3 387          49 453        149 125              62       17          10         7        15         8        4       –        –         1
2841        Soap and other detergents                                 (F)            (D)             (D)             26        8           6         3         6         1        2       –        –         –
2842        Polishes and sanitation goods                            (G)             (D)             (D)             24        7           2         2         5         5        2       –        –         1
2843        Surface active agents                                     (C)            (D)             (D)              4        1           –         –         2         1        –       –        –         –
2844        Toilet preparations                                      148           1 355          5 916               8        1           2         2         2         1        –       –        –         –
285       Paints and allied products                               1 959          19 014         79 092              42        6           8         8        12         6        1       –        1         –
286       Industrial organic chemicals                             1 538          13 981         58 430              15        3           1         1         3         3        2       1        1         –
2861        Gum and wood chemicals                                    (B)            (D)            (D)               1        –           –         –         –         1        –       –        –         –
2869        Industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c.                     (G)             (D)            (D)              14        3           1         1         3         2        2       1        1         –
287       Agricultural chemicals                                      510          4 343         16 132              22        8           3         4         3         3        1       –        –         –
2873        Nitrogenous fertilizers                                    (A)           (D)            (D)               2        1           –         1         –         –        –       –        –         –
2874        Phosphatic fertilizers                                     (A)           (D)            (D)               1        1           –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
2875        Fertilizers, mixing only                                   (C)           (D)            (D)              13        5           3         2         2         1        –       –        –         –
2879        Agricultural chemicals, n.e.c.                            333          3 128         11 489               6        1           –         1         1         2        1       –        –         –
289       Miscellaneous chemical products                          1 392          12   942       55    488           66       12          13        13        21         7        –       –        –         –
2891        Adhesives and sealants                                   415           4   007       16    897           19        3           5         4         4         3        –       –        –         –
2893        Printing ink                                             455           4   573       19    063           21        1           6         5         6         3        –       –        –         –
2899        Chemical preparations, n.e.c.                            522           4   362       19    528           26        8           2         4        11         1        –       –        –         –

29      Petroleum and coal products                                   (E)              (D)              (D)          17        4           3         6         2         1        1       –        –         –
291       Petroleum refining                                          (C)              (D)              (D)           1        –           –         –         –         –        1       –        –         –
295       Asphalt paving and roofing materials                        (B)              (D)              (D)           8        3           2         3         –         –        –       –        –         –
2951        Asphalt paving mixtures and blocks                        (B)              (D)              (D)           8        3           2         3         –         –        –       –        –         –
299       Misc. petroleum and coal products                           189          1 790              7 191           8        1           1         3         2         1        –       –        –         –
2992        Lubricating oils and greases                               (C)           (D)                (D)           5        1           1         1         1         1        –       –        –         –
2999        Petroleum and coal products, n.e.c.                        (B)           (D)                (D)           3        –           –         2         1         –        –       –        –         –

30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                29 274        199 789         841 208             471       87          52        82        92        71      64       18        4         1
301       Tires and inner tubes                                       (A)              (D)              (D)           1        –           –         1         –         –        –       –        –         –
302       Rubber and plastics footwear                                 (F)             (D)              (D)           3        1           –         1         –         –        –       –        1         –
305       Hose and belting and gaskets and packing                   (G)             (D)            (D)              21        2           4         4         5         2        –       3        1         –
3052        Rubber and plastics hose and belting                      (E)            (D)            (D)               1        –           –         –         –         –        –       1        –         –
3053        Gaskets, packing, and sealing devices                  1 641          12 258         49 452              20        2           4         4         5         2        –       2        1         –
306       Fabricated rubber products, n.e.c.                       2 381          17 724         77 167              40        4           3         6         9        10        8       –        –         –
3061        Mechanical rubber goods                                1 019           7 479         31 283              13        –           1         3         –         5        4       –        –         –
3069        Fabricated rubber products, n.e.c.                     1 362          10 245         45 884              27        4           2         3         9         5        4       –        –         –
308       Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                 24 151        160 645         677    262          406       80          45        70        78        59      56       15        2         1
3081        Unsupported plastics film and sheet                    1 512         11 752          44    888           31        2           2        10         6         6       5        –        –         –
3082        Unsupported plastics profile shapes                      871          4 295          20    264           26        8           3         3         7         2       3        –        –         –
3083        Laminated plastics plate and sheet                        46            215           1    043           10        7           2         1         –         –       –        –        –         –
3084        Plastics pipe                                            268          1 855           7    753            6        1           1         –         2         1       1        –        –         –
3085        Plastics bottles                                         385          2 739           9    072            6        –           1         –         2         2       1        –        –         –

3086        Plastics foam products                                 2 119         14    988       62    661           21        2           3         2         5         4       1        3        1         –
3087        Custom compound purchased resins                         349          2    379       11    937           28       11           6         4         6         1       –        –        –         –
3088        Plastics plumbing fixtures                               179          1    094        4    653           11        4           3         3         –         –       1        –        –         –
3089        Plastics products, n.e.c.                             18 422        121    328      514    991          267       45          24        47        50        43      44       12        1         1

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

6      WISCONSIN                                                                                                                                    COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                          U.S. Census Bureau
Table 1b.          The State                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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.
31     Leather and leather products                                5 080         28 085         115 675           76          19         11         9        12        12        8        3        2         –
311      Leather tanning and finishing                             1 851         10 705          45 132           19           2          2         1         1         7        4        2        –         –
313      Footwear cut stock                                           (A)            (D)             (D)           1           –          1         –         –         –        –        –        –         –
314      Footwear, except rubber                                   1 994         10 830          44 472           18           5          1         1         4         2        3        1        1         –
3142        House slippers                                            (B)            (D)             (D)           1           –          –         –         1         –        –        –        –         –
3143        Men’s footwear, except athletic                        1 715          9 707          40 498            9           1          1         1         1         –        3        1        1         –
3144        Women’s footwear, except athletic                         (B)            (D)             (D)           1           –          –         –         1         –        –        –        –         –
3149        Footwear, except rubber, n.e.c.                           (C)            (D)             (D)           7           4          –         –         1         2        –        –        –         –
315      Leather gloves and mittens                                   (C)            (D)             (D)           8           1          1         3         2         1        –        –        –         –
316      Luggage                                                     189            767           3 213           11           4          2         2         2         1        –        –        –         –
317      Handbags and personal leather goods                         664          4 355          16 320            7           1          3         –         1         1        –        –        1         –
3171        Women’s handbags and purses                               (A)            (D)             (D)           2           1          1         –         –         –        –        –        –         –
3172        Personal leather goods, n.e.c.                            (F)            (D)             (D)           5           –          2         –         1         1        –        –        1         –
319      Leather goods, n.e.c.                                       218            782           3 876           12           6          1         2         2         –        1        –        –         –
32     Stone, clay, and glass products                            10 052         75 848         354 978          394         138         72        85        64        15       12        6        2         –
321      Flat glass                                                   (F)            (D)             (D)           3           –          –         1         –         –        –        2        –         –
322      Glass and glassware, pressed or blown                        (E)            (D)             (D)           7           3          2         1         –         –        –        1        –         –
3221        Glass containers                                          (E)            (D)             (D)           1           –          –         –         –         –        –        1        –         –
3229        Pressed and blown glass, n.e.c.                           (B)            (D)             (D)           6           3          2         1         –         –        –        –        –         –
323      Products of purchased glass                               2 350         15 879          71 129           44          19          9         3         2         2        6        3        –         –
324      Cement, hydraulic                                             66           258           1 892            4           2          –         –         2         –        –        –        –         –
325      Structural clay products                                     (A)            (D)             (D)           1           –          1         –         –         –        –        –        –         –
3259        Structural clay products, n.e.c.                          (A)            (D)             (D)           1           –          1         –         –         –        –        –        –         –
326      Pottery and related products                              1 006          7 602          30 204           29          15          6         2         3         1        1        –        1         –
3261        Vitreous plumbing fixtures                                (F)            (D)             (D)           1           –          –         –         –         –        –        –        1         –
3264        Porcelain electrical supplies                             (C)            (D)             (D)           4           1          1         1         –         –        1        –        –         –
3269        Pottery products, n.e.c.                                  (C)            (D)             (D)          24          14          5         1         3         1        –        –        –         –
327      Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products                    3 975         29 898         159 274          252          83         47        61        50         8        3        –        –         –
3271        Concrete block and brick                                 405          3 174          15 177           23           4          6         6         6         1        –        –        –         –
3272        Concrete products, n.e.c.                              1 593         13 030          61 260           79          26         15        19        12         4        3        –        –         –
3273        Ready mixed concrete                                   1 824         12 325          76 289          142          51         25        35        28         3        –        –        –         –
3274        Lime                                                      (C)            (D)             (D)           5           –          1         –         4         –        –        –        –         –
3275        Gypsum products                                           (A)            (D)             (D)           3           2          –         1         –         –        –        –        –         –
328      Cut stone and stone products                                370          2 075          10 150           20           5          3         5         5         2        –        –        –         –
329      Misc. nonmetallic mineral products                        1 324         12 165          50 256           34          11          4        12         2         2        2        –        1         –
3291        Abrasive products                                         (F)            (D)             (D)           6           –          1         2         1         –        1        –        1         –
3292        Asbestos products                                         (B)            (D)             (D)           2           –          1         1         –         –        –        –        –         –
3295        Minerals, ground or treated                                54           317           2 135            7           3          1         3         –         –        –        –        –         –
3296        Mineral wool                                             298          2 566          10 433           12           5          –         4         1         1        1        –        –         –
3297        Nonclay refractories                                      (B)            (D)             (D)           2           1          –         –         –         1        –        –        –         –
3299        Nonmetallic mineral products, n.e.c.                       40           291           1 150            5           2          1         2         –         –        –        –        –         –
33     Primary metal industries                                   26 935        228 989         950 621          236          27         15        34        46        40       42       21       10         1
331      Blast furnace and basic steel products                    1 878         17 792          77 079           28           5          3         4         2         5        8        1        –         –
3312        Blast furnaces and steel mills                           519          4 572          19 525            7           2          1         1         1         –        1        1        –         –
3313        Electrometallurgical products                             (C)            (D)             (D)           1           –          –         –         –         –        1        –        –         –
3315        Steel wire and related products                           (E)            (D)             (D)           6           –          –         1         –         2        3        –        –         –
3316        Cold finishing of steel shapes                           393          3 532          16 987           10           3          1         2         –         3        1        –        –         –
3317        Steel pipe and tubes                                     346          3 937          17 043            4           –          1         –         1         –        2        –        –         –
332      Iron and steel foundries                                 14 193        119 300         501 564           72           5          1         4         9        16       20        9        7         1
3321        Gray and ductile iron foundries                        9 559         83 236         351 087           41           3          –         2         5        10       10        5        5         1
3322        Malleable iron foundries                                 282          2 151           8 802            3           –          –         –         1         1        1        –        –         –
3324        Steel investment foundries                             1 441         11 231          42 208           10           1          –         –         –         4        3        2        –         –
3325        Steel foundries, n.e.c.                                2 911         22 682          99 467           18           1          1         2         3         1        6        2        2         –
333      Primary nonferrous metals                                    (C)            (D)             (D)           2           –          1         –         –         1        –        –        –         –
3339        Primary nonferrous metals, n.e.c.                         (C)            (D)             (D)           2           –          1         –         –         1        –        –        –         –
334      Secondary nonferrous metals                                  (C)            (D)             (D)           6           2          –         –         3         1        –        –        –         –
335      Nonferrous rolling and drawing                            1 200         10 584          44 029           16           2          2         2         3         2        3        2        –         –
3351        Copper rolling and drawing                                (F)            (D)             (D)           5           1          –         1         –         –        2        1        –         –
3353        Aluminum sheet, plate, and foil                           (B)            (D)             (D)           1           –          –         –         1         –        –        –        –         –
3354        Aluminum extruded products                                (E)            (D)             (D)           3           1          –         –         –         –        1        1        –         –
3356        Nonferrous rolling and drawing, n.e.c.                    (B)            (D)             (D)           3           –          1         1         1         –        –        –        –         –
3357        Nonferrous wiredrawing and insulating                     (C)            (D)             (D)           4           –          1         –         1         2        –        –        –         –
336      Nonferrous foundries (castings)                           7 950         66 426         261 668           75          10          4        16        15        10        9        8        3         –
3363        Aluminum die castings                                  2 915         26 742         100 049           19           –          –         4         5         1        5        3        1         –
3364        Nonferrous die casting except aluminum                    (C)            (D)             (D)          10           2          –         3         4         1        –        –        –         –
3365        Aluminum foundries                                     3 664         29 922         119 067           32           5          3         7         5         5        1        4        2         –
3366        Copper foundries                                       1 128          8 183          36 087           11           1          –         2         1         3        3        1        –         –
3369        Nonferrous foundries, n.e.c.                              (A)            (D)             (D)           3           2          1         –         –         –        –        –        –         –
339      Miscellaneous primary metal products                      1 414         11 975          53 385           37           3          4         8        14         5        2        1        –         –
3398        Metal heat treating                                      (G)             (D)             (D)          36           3          4         8        13         5        2        1        –         –
3399        Primary metal products, n.e.c.                            (B)            (D)             (D)           1           –          –         –         1         –        –        –        –         –
34     Fabricated metal products                                  61 665        471 384       2 010 014        1 183         256        167       223       245       133      114       30       10         5
341      Metal cans and shipping containers                        1 563         15 639          64 322           16           –          –         –         2         6        8        –        –         –
3411        Metal cans                                               (G)             (D)             (D)          14           –          –         –         1         5        8        –        –         –
3412        Metal barrels, drums, and pails                           (B)            (D)             (D)           2           –          –         –         1         1        –        –        –         –
342      Cutlery, handtools, and hardware                          7 219         56 108         235 102           77          17         15        12        14         4        9        2        2         2
3421        Cutlery                                                  (G)             (D)             (D)           7           2          2         –         1         –        –        1        –         1
3423        Hand and edge tools, n.e.c.                              (G)             (D)             (D)          36           8          9         5         6         2        5        1        –         –
3425        Saw blades and handsaws                                   (A)            (D)             (D)           1           1          –         –         –         –        –        –        –         –
3429        Hardware, n.e.c.                                       4 069         33 272         141 039           33           6          4         7         7         2        4        –        2         1
343      Plumbing and heating, except electric                     2 424         15 923          69 402           18           7          1         2         3         1        2        1        –         1
3431        Metal sanitary ware                                      (G)             (D)             (D)           2           –          –         –         –         –        –        1        –         1
3432        Plumbing fixture fittings and trim                         54           311           1 454            4           2          –         1         1         –        –        –        –         –
3433        Heating equipment, except electric                        (E)            (D)             (D)          12           5          1         1         2         1        2        –        –         –

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


COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                          WISCONSIN                 7
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 1b.          The State                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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 Con.
344      Fabricated structural metal products                     16   053       126    663      541   716          367       71          51        82        83        39      30        9        2         –
3441       Fabricated structural metal                             2   242        17    251       78   557           69       14           8        15        19         8       5        –        –         –
3442       Metal doors, sash, and trim                             2   348        18    743       80   527           34        4           4         9         6         4       6        –        1         –
3443       Fabricated plate work (boiler shops)                    4   039        31    667      133   789           94       17          12        17        26        11       8        3        –         –
3444       Sheet metalwork                                         5   383        45    680      189   485          101       18          15        21        22        12       8        4        1         –
3446       Architectural metal work                                    835         5    580       25   552           36       14           7         8         3         2       1        1        –         –
3448       Prefabricated metal buildings                               623         4    957       20   047           15        4           3         3         3         –       1        1        –         –
3449       Miscellaneous metal work                                    583         2    785       13   759           18        –           2         9         4         2       1        –        –         –
345      Screw machine products, bolts, etc.                       4   807        34    009      149   128          140       15          20        43        34        17      10        1        –         –
3451       Screw machine products                                  3   648        25    953      114   460          114       13          18        32        32        11       7        1        –         –
3452       Bolts, nuts, rivets, and washers                        1   159         8    056       34   668           26        2           2        11         2         6       3        –        –         –
346      Metal forgings and stampings                             13   462       106    732      455   062          148       22           9        22        34        27      22        6        4         2
3462       Iron and steel forgings                                 2   107        25    198       98   336           12        2           –         4         –         1       2        2        –         1
3463       Nonferrous forgings                                          (C)              (D)            (D)           2        1           –         –         –         –       1        –        –         –
3465       Automotive stampings                                         (H)              (D)            (D)          18        4           1         –         3         3       4        2        1         –
3466       Crowns and closures                                          (A)              (D)            (D)           1        –           –         1         –         –       –        –        –         –
3469       Metal stampings, n.e.c.                                 8   649         63   889      289   354          115       15           8        17        31        23      15        2        3         1
347      Metal services, n.e.c.                                    4   753         26   868      120   890          187       54          40        27        39        15      10        2        –         –
3471       Plating and polishing                                   2   398         14   443       64   196          108       35          25        19        15         7       7        –        –         –
3479       Metal coating and allied services                       2   355         12   425       56   694           79       19          15         8        24         8       3        2        –         –
348      Ordnance and accessories, n.e.c.                              694          4   882       21   984           18        7           1         2         2         4       2        –        –         –
3482       Small arms ammunition                                        (B)              (D)            (D)           4        3           –         –         –         1       –        –        –         –
3483       Ammunition, exc. for small arms, n.e.c.                      (E)              (D)            (D)           3        1           –         –         –         1       1        –        –         –
3484       Small arms                                                   (C)              (D)            (D)           7        1           1         2         1         1       1        –        –         –
3489       Ordnance and accessories, n.e.c.                             (C)              (D)            (D)           4        2           –         –         1         1       –        –        –         –
349      Misc. fabricated metal products                          10   690         84   560      352   408          212       63          30        33        34        20      21        9        2         –
3491       Industrial valves                                       1   171          8   761       35   620           10        1           1         1         1         –       5        1        –         –
3492       Fluid power valves and hose fittings                    2   351         20   303       88   487           14        1           1         3         1         2       2        3        1         –
3494       Valves and pipe fittings, n.e.c.                            885          9   422       30   735            4        –           –         –         2         –       –        1        1         –
3495       Wire springs                                                 (F)              (D)            (D)           9        1           1         –         1         4       2        –        –         –
3496       Misc. fabricated wire products                          1   037          6   404       28   111           31        8           2         5         8         5       3        –        –         –
3497        Metal foil and leaf                                       (E)             (D)            (D)              2        –           –         –         –         –        1       1        –         –
3498        Fabricated pipe and fittings                           1 223            8 992         39 921             32        8           6         5         7         3        2       1        –         –
3499        Fabricated metal products, n.e.c.                      2 925           20 552         84 369            108       42          19        19        14         6        6       2        –         –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                        102 689         958 075       4 015 477         2 071       590        379       374       355       180      114       44       23        12
351      Engines and turbines                                     13 501         150 514         549 959            28         2          2         3         1         3        6        3        3         5
3511       Turbines and turbine generator sets                       (G)              (D)             (D)            4         –          –         –         1         1        1        –        –         1
3519       Internal combustion engines, n.e.c.                         (J)            (D)             (D)           24         2          2         3         –         2        5        3        3         4
352      Farm and garden machinery                                 9 240          77 379         337 945            90        19         14        10        15        13        8        6        4         1
3523       Farm machinery and equipment                            5 626          43 027         178 626            78        18         12        10        14        11        6        5        2         –
3524       Lawn and garden equipment                               3 614          34 352         159 319            12         1          2         –         1         2        2        1        2         1
353      Construction and related machinery                       11 694         117 000         498 649           145        28         20         9        33        25       21        5        3         1
3531       Construction machinery                                  7 668          79 594         337 247            64        12          5         4        11        14       11        3        3         1
3532       Mining machinery                                          601           6 646          26 150             4         1          –         –         –         1        1        1        –         –
3533       Oil and gas field machinery                                (B)             (D)             (D)            2         1          –         –         1         –        –        –        –         –
3534       Elevators and moving stairways                             (B)             (D)             (D)            4         –          2         –         2         –        –        –        –         –
3535       Conveyors and conveying equipment                       1 340          11 789          50 786            28         5          6         3         4         5        5        –        –         –
3536       Hoists, cranes, and monorails                             978          10 885          50 480            15         4          2         1         5         1        1        1        –         –
3537       Industrial trucks and tractors                            981           7 307          30 622            28         5          5         1        10         4        3        –        –         –
354      Metalworking machinery                                   15 255         152 534         641 761           537       126        119       132       101        33       19        4        2         1
3541       Machine tools, metal cutting types                      1 886          18 458          79 209            24         –          3         3         8         7        2        –        1         –
3542       Machine tools, metal forming types                         (C)             (D)             (D)            7         –          1         3         2         1        –        –        –         –
3543       Industrial patterns                                       985           9 653          43 751            60        14         16        16        12         –        2        –        –         –
3544       Special dies, tools, jigs and fixtures                  6 441          65 135         276 116           337        83         79        87        65        15        6        2        –         –
3545       Machine tool accessories                                2 506          20 788          87 314            72        23         15        14         9         4        6        –        1         –
3546       Power driven handtools                                    361           3 988          15 602              5        1           –         2         1         –       –        1        –         –
3547       Rolling mill machinery                                     (B)             (D)             (D)             2        1           –         –         1         –       –        –        –         –
3548       Welding apparatus                                       2 018          20 329          82 717             12        1           2         2         1         2       3        –        –         1
3549       Metalworking machinery, n.e.c.                            840          12 324          48 964             18        3           3         5         2         4       –        1        –         –
355      Special industry machinery                               11 868         120 553         509 002            200       47          33        29        39        27      16        4        4         1
3552       Textile machinery                                          (A)             (D)             (D)             1        1           –         –         –         –       –        –        –         –
3553       Woodworking machinery                                      (C)             (D)             (D)            10        1           4         1         2         2       –        –        –         –
3554       Paper industries machinery                              6 084          64 545         270 368             48        3           6         7        11         8       7        3        2         1
3555       Printing trades machinery                               1 718          18 727          79 690             23        7           4         3         3         3       1        1        1         –
3556       Food products machinery                                 1 828          17 932          73 177             42        7           9         6        13         3       3        –        1         –
3559       Special industry machinery, n.e.c.                      2 000          17 300          75 694             76       28          10        12        10        11       5        –        –         –
356      General industrial machinery                             15 109         148 261         599 933            184       36          24        28        35        27      16       13        4         1
3561       Pumps and pumping equipment                             2 464          22 719          89 143             17        6           1         2         1         3       1        1        2         –
3562       Ball and roller bearings                                  157           2 175           9 462              3        –           –         1         1         1       –        –        –         –
3563       Air and gas compressors                                   820           7 803          32 579              7        1           2         –         1         1       –        2        –         –
3564       Blowers and fans                                        1 335          11 508          49 318             16        4           2         –         5         2       1        2        –         –
3565       Packaging machinery                                     3 257          32 127         126 732             47        7          10         8         6         8       5        2        1         –
3566       Speed changers, drives, and gears                       2 248           22 564         92 612             20        5           –         4         4         3        2       1        –         1
3567       Industrial furnaces and ovens                           1 159           12 858         51 701             15        4           1         –         5         –        4       1        –         –
3568       Power transmission equipment, n.e.c.                    2 294           23 033         94 086             22        2           2         4         4         4        2       3        1         –
3569       General industrial machinery, n.e.c.                    1 375           13 474         54 300             37        7           6         9         8         5        1       1        –         –
357      Computer and office equipment                             3 311           28 218        124 482             38       15           6         4         4         4        3       –        1         1
3571       Electronic computers                                    1 824           19 008         77 694             11        4           2         1         –         1        2       –        –         1
3572       Computer storage devices                                   (F)             (D)             (D)             5        3           1         –         –         –        –       –        1         –
3575       Computer terminals                                         (B)             (D)             (D)             4        2           –         1         1         –        –       –        –         –
3577       Computer peripheral equipment, n.e.c.                      (C)             (D)             (D)            14        5           3         2         3         1        –       –        –         –
3579       Office machines, n.e.c.                                   300            1 854          8 083              3        –           –         –         –         2        1       –        –         –
358      Refrigeration and service machinery                       7 231           51 266        258 930             67       13           6         9        15        10        8       5        –         1
3581       Automatic vending machines                                 (A)             (D)             (D)             1        –           –         1         –         –        –       –        –         –
3582       Commercial laundry equipment                               (A)             (D)             (D)             1        –           1         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
3585       Refrigeration and heating equipment                     4 963           33 369        184 265             25        4           2         4         4         3        4       3        –         1
3586       Measuring and dispensing pumps                             (B)             (D)             (D)             1        –           –         –         –         1        –       –        –         –
3589       Service industry machinery, n.e.c.                        (G)              (D)             (D)            39        9           3         4        11         6        4       2        –         –

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


8      WISCONSIN                                                                                                                                    COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                          U.S. Census Bureau
Table 1b.          The State                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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.
359       Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                            15 480         112 350         494 783            781      303        155       150       112         38      17        4        2         –
3592        Carburetors, pistons, rings, valves                      (G)              (D)             (D)             5        1          –         1         –          –       –        1        2         –
3593        Fluid power cylinders and actuators                      521           5 116          18 685             11        3          1         –         2          3       2        –        –         –
3594        Fluid power pumps and motors                             761           6 164          28 504              7        1          2         1         –          1       1        1        –         –
3596        Scales and balances, exc. laboratory                      (C)             (D)             (D)             4        –          1         2         –          1       –        –        –         –
3599        Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                          12 235          88 274         388 724            754      298        151       146       110         33      14        2        –         –
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                 44   889       351    942    1 449   223          378       81          42        42        66        42      56       30       13         6
361       Electric distribution equipment                          5   738        49    849      194   754           29        4           2         5         2         2       5        5        4         –
3612        Transformers, except electronic                        4   630        36    745      144   670           17        –           1         2         1         1       5        4        3         –
3613        Switchgear and switchboard apparatus                   1   108        13    104       50   084           12        4           1         3         1         1       –        1        1         –
362       Electrical industrial apparatus                         16   487       141    131      587   495          121       27          17        11        17        15      17       10        5         2
3621        Motors and generators                                  6   848        49    249      206   485           40        5           2         3         4         8       9        5        4         –
3624        Carbon and graphite products                                (E)              (D)            (D)           4        –           –         1         1         1       –        1        –         –
3625        Relays and industrial controls                         8   984         87   041      360   825           63       14          14         6        10         4       8        4        1         2
3629        Electrical industrial apparatus, n.e.c.                     (C)              (D)            (D)          14        8           1         1         2         2       –        –        –         –
363       Household appliances                                     4   993         42   394      161   883           17        5           1         1         1         1       2        2        2         2
3631        Household cooking equipment                                 (A)              (D)            (D)           2        2           –         –         –         –       –        –        –         –
3632        Household refrigerators and freezers                        (F)              (D)            (D)           3        1           –         –         –         –       1        1        –         –
3633        Household laundry equipment                                (G)               (D)            (D)           1        –           –         –         –         –       –        –        –         1
3634        Electric housewares and fans                           2   365         19   664       81   323            7        1           1         1         –         –       1        1        1         1
3635        Household vacuum cleaners                                   (A)              (D)            (D)           1        1           –         –         –         –       –        –        –         –
3639        Household appliances, n.e.c.                               (G)               (D)            (D)           3        –           –         –         1         1       –        –        1         –
364       Electric lighting and wiring equipment                   2   954         18   292       83   409           32        6           3         3         8         3       4        5        –         –
3643        Current carrying wiring devices                            550          3   000       14   913            7        3           –         1         1         –       1        1        –         –
3644        Noncurrent carrying wiring devices                          (E)              (D)            (D)           3        –           1         –         –         –       1        1        –         –
3645        Residential lighting fixtures                                54             283        1   152            3        1           –         –         2         –       –        –        –         –
3646        Commercial lighting fixtures                               457          3   713       14   884            9        –           –         2         3         3       1        –        –         –
3647        Vehicular lighting equipment                                (C)              (D)            (D)           2        1           –         –         –         –       1        –        –         –
3648        Lighting equipment, n.e.c.                             1   231          7   684       35   443            8        1           2         –         2         –       –        3        –         –
365       Household audio and video equipment                          697          2   690       11   418            8        2           1         –         2         –       2        1        –         –
3651        Household audio and video equipment                         (F)              (D)            (D)           7        1           1         –         2         –       2        1        –         –
3652        Prerecorded records and tapes                               (A)              (D)            (D)           1        1           –         –         –         –       –        –        –         –
366       Communications equipment                                     652          4   673       21   251           22        8           1         3         6         2       2        –        –         –
3661        Telephone and telegraph apparatus                          300          2   092        8   522            5        –           –         1         2         1       1        –        –         –
3663        Radio and TV communications equipment                       (C)              (D)            (D)           8        5           –         –         1         1       1        –        –         –
3669        Communications equipment, n.e.c.                            (C)              (D)            (D)           9        3           1         2         3         –       –        –        –         –
367       Electronic components and accessories                    9   014         56   404      244   763          110       20          10        16        25        14      20        3        1         1
3671        Electron tubes                                              (A)              (D)            (D)           1        1           –         –         –         –       –        –        –         –
3672        Printed circuit boards                                     731          4   931       25   116           21        4           3         7         1         3       3        –        –         –
3674        Semiconductors and related devices                         483          3   668       15   576            8        4           –         1         1         –       1        1        –         –
3675        Electronic capacitors                                       (E)              (D)            (D)           5        1           –         –         1         1       2        –        –         –
3676        Electronic resistors                                        (C)              (D)            (D)           2        –           –         –         1         1       –        –        –         –
3677        Electronic coils and transformers                        624            3 331         14 170             11        2           2         –         2         2       3        –        –         –
3678        Electronic connectors                                     (B)             (D)             (D)             2        –           –         1         –         1       –        –        –         –
3679        Electronic components, n.e.c.                          6 648           40 993        175 197             60        8           5         7        19         6      11        2        1         1
369       Misc. electrical equipment and supplies                  4 354           36 509        144 250             39        9           7         3         5         5       4        4        1         1
3691        Storage batteries                                         (E)             (D)             (D)             4        1           2         –         –         –       –        1        –         –
3692        Primary batteries, dry and wet                           (G)              (D)             (D)             6        1           –         –         –         –       2        2        1         –
3694        Engine electrical equipment                            2 041           21 830         82 021             13        2           4         1         1         2       1        1        –         1
3695        Magnetic and optical recording media                      (B)             (D)             (D)             4        2           1         –         1         –       –        –        –         –
3699        Electrical equipment and supplies, n.e.c.                500            2 662         10 744             12        3           –         2         3         3       1        –        –         –
37      Transportation equipment                                  33 346         354 613       1 379 224            252       77          31        31        36        19      31       13        6         8
371       Motor vehicles and equipment                            24 095         268 677       1 052 074            130       30          15        19        17        11      19        9        3         7
3711        Motor vehicles and car bodies                              (I)            (D)             (D)            10        4           –         2         1         –       –        1        –         2
3713        Truck and bus bodies                                   2 496          20 442          88 730             19        2           2         3         5         –       5        1        –         1
3714        Motor vehicle parts and accessories                   12 645         148 318         553 923             81       16          11        12        10         8      11        7        3         3
3715        Truck trailers                                           (G)              (D)             (D)            19        8           2         2         1         2       3        –        –         1
3716        Motor homes                                               (B)             (D)             (D)             1        –           –         –         –         1       –        –        –         –
372       Aircraft and parts                                          (E)             (D)             (D)            15        7           1         –         5         2       –        –        –         –
3721        Aircraft                                                  (C)             (D)             (D)             3        1           –         –         –         2       –        –        –         –
3724        Aircraft engines and engine parts                         (B)             (D)             (D)             3        2           –         –         1         –       –        –        –         –
3728        Aircraft parts and equipment, n.e.c.                     (C)              (D)             (D)             9        4           1         –         4         –       –        –        –         –
373       Ship and boat building and repairing                     3 072          20 598          83 968             53       31           7         4         2         –       5        2        2         –
3731        Ship building and repairing                            1 363           9 410          36 765             10        3           2         1         –         –       2        1        1         –
3732        Boat building and repairing                            1 709          11 188          47 203             43       28           5         3         2         –       3        1        1         –
374       Railroad equipment                                          (E)             (D)             (D)             4        –           –         1         1         –       2        –        –         –
375       Motorcycles, bicycles, and parts                         4 422          53 880         195 906             13        –           –         2         4         –       3        2        1         1
376       Guided missiles, space vehicles, parts                      (A)             (D)             (D)             1        1           –         –         –         –       –        –        –         –
3769        Space vehicle equipment, n.e.c.                           (A)             (D)             (D)             1        1           –         –         –         –       –        –        –         –
379       Miscellaneous transportation equipment                   1 143           7 342          29 121             36        8           8         5         7         6       2        –        –         –
3792        Travel trailers and campers                               (B)             (D)             (D)             7        1           2         3         1         –       –        –        –         –
3795        Tanks and tank components                                 (A)             (D)             (D)             1        –           1         –         –         –       –        –        –         –
3799        Transportation equipment, n.e.c.                       1 050           6 757          26 694             28        7           5         2         6         6       2        –        –         –

38      Instruments and related products                          15 523         153 997         635 791            247       70          40        40        37        22      25        8        4         1
381       Search and navigation equipment                              (E)              (D)            (D)            7        2           1         1         2         –        1       –        –         –
382       Measuring and controlling devices                        6 190           54   882      226   925          103       27          18        20        15         7      11        3        2         –
3821       Laboratory apparatus and furniture                      1 152            9   211       39   467           13        4           3         1         2         1       1        –        1         –
3822       Environmental controls                                    963            7   272       29   597           15        3           1         4         3         –       4        –        –         –
3823       Process control instruments                             1 257           11   089       43   012           23        6           5         5         2         1       3        1        –         –
3824       Fluid meters and counting devices                          (F)               (D)             (D)           4        –           1         –         2         –       –        1        –         –
3825       Instruments to measure electricity                         (E)               (D)             (D)          12        4           3         2         2         –       1        –        –         –

3826        Analytical instruments                                     713          8 284         33 564             14        3           2         5         –         3        –       1        –         –
3827        Optical instruments and lenses                             811          6 900         33 414              8        4           –         –         2         1        –       –        1         –
3829        Measuring and controlling devices, n.e.c.                  465          2 797         11 934             14        3           3         3         2         1        2       –        –         –

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

COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                          WISCONSIN                 9
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 1b.          The State                     Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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 Con.
384      Medical instruments and supplies                          8 560           93 946        388 359                113      32       15        17        15        14      12        5        2         1
3841        Surgical and medical instruments                       1 638           15 827         64 902                 34       7        6         7         8         4       –        1        1         –
3842        Surgical appliances and supplies                         (G)              (D)             (D)                38      12        5         5         4         6       4        2        –         –
3843        Dental equipment and supplies                             (B)             (D)             (D)                13       6        4         3         –         –       –        –        –         –
3844        X ray apparatus and tubes                              1 645           24 452         92 274                  8       1        –         2         –         1       1        2        1         –
3845        Electromedical equipment                               3 296           38 014        167 001                 20       6        –         –         3         3       7        –        –         1
385      Ophthalmic goods                                             (B)             (D)             (D)                 5       3        –         2         –         –       –        –        –         –
386      Photographic equipment and supplies                         389            2 682         11 047                 16       5        5         –         4         1       1        –        –         –
387      Watches, clocks, watchcases, and parts                       (B)             (D)             (D)                 3       1        1         –         1         –       –        –        –         –
39     Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                     11 546          77 641         326 894                419     173       72        50        65        31      22        4        2         –
391      Jewelry, silverware, and plated ware                         (C)             (D)             (D)                18       9        3         4         2         –       –        –        –         –
3911       Jewelry, precious metal                                     89            459           1 924                 10       6        1         2         1         –       –        –        –         –
3914       Silverware and plated ware                                 (B)             (D)             (D)                 6       2        1         2         1         –       –        –        –         –
3915       Jewelers’ materials and lapidary work                      (A)             (D)             (D)                 2       1        1         –         –         –       –        –        –         –
393      Musical instruments                                          (E)             (D)             (D)                15       8        2         2         –         1       2        –        –         –
394      Toys and sporting goods                                   2 525          12 829          64 639                117      49       19        13        22         9       4        1        –         –
3942       Dolls and stuffed toys                                       4               2              21                 4       4        –         –         –         –       –        –        –         –
3944       Games, toys, and children’s vehicles                      238           1 361           5 234                 17       8        1         2         5         1       –        –        –         –
3949       Sporting and athletic goods, n.e.c.                     2 283          11 466          59 384                 96      37       18        11        17         8       4        1        –         –
395      Pens, pencils, office, and art supplies                   1 168           7 932          34 699                 21       7        6         1         3         2       –        1        1         –
3951       Pens and mechanical pencils                               714           4 857          19 678                  4       –        1         –         –         2       –        –        1         –
3952       Lead pencils and art goods                                 (B)             (D)             (D)                 3       1        1         –         1         –       –        –        –         –
3953       Marking devices                                           414           2 936          14 536                 13       6        3         1         2         –       –        1        –         –
3955       Carbon paper and inked ribbons                             (A)             (D)             (D)                 1       –        1         –         –         –       –        –        –         –
396      Costume jewelry and notions                                 418           2 729          11 979                 14       8        2         –         1         1       2        –        –         –
3961       Costume jewelry                                            (C)             (D)             (D)                 9       6        2         –         –         –       1        –        –         –
3965       Fasteners, buttons, needles, and pins                      (E)             (D)             (D)                 5       2        –         –         1         1       1        –        –         –
399      Miscellaneous manufactures                                6 811          50 179         200 078                232      90       40        30        37        18      14        2        1         –
3991       Brooms and brushes                                        (G)              (D)             (D)                12       1        2         –         4         2       2        1        –         –
3993       Signs and advertising specialities                      3 478          27 518         110 864                133      52       28        17        18         7      10        1        –         –
3995       Burial caskets                                             (B)             (D)             (D)                 4       2        –         2         –         –       –        –        –         –
3999       Manufacturing industries, n.e.c.                        2 270          14 873          59 829                 83      35       10        11        15         9       2        –        1         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                               33 095         496 685       1 883 106                255      40       29        28        67        29      38       14        3         7
            Transportation and public utilities                  117 658         914  869      3 735 346             7 323     4 024   1 179      931       737       261      135       41       10         5
41     Local and interurban passenger transit                     14 639          42  016        173 012               673       226     102      131       144        39       28        3        –         –
411      Local and suburban transportation                         4 231          13  008         54 734               308       135      56       56        44        10        7        –        –         –
4111        Local and suburban transit                               532           1  911          8 298                13         5       1        –         2         3        2        –        –         –
4119        Local passenger transportation, n.e.c.                 3 699          11  097         46 436               295       130      55       56        42         7        5        –        –         –
412      Taxicabs                                                     (F)              (D)            (D)               70        29      15       12        12         1        1        –        –         –
413      Intercity and rural bus transportation                       (B)              (D)            (D)                4         2       –        2         –         –        –        –        –         –
414      Bus charter service                                         726            2 943         13 820                28        10       5        3         6         2        2        –        –         –
4141        Local bus charter service                                  61             142            690                 7         2       3        1         1         –        –        –        –         –
4142        Bus charter service, except local                        665            2 801         13 130                21         8       2        2         5         2        2        –        –         –
415      School buses                                              8 731           23 374         93 474               263        50      26       58        82        26       18        3        –         –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                   54 591         391 782       1 675 882             4 187     2 650    584       446       329       111       42       19        3         3
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                52 269         378 087       1 616 360             3 998     2 554    550       419       308       102       40       19        3         3
422      Public warehousing and storage                            2 322          13 695          59 484               182        89     34        27        21         9        2        –        –         –
4221       Farm product warehousing and storage                       (A)             (D)            (D)                 1         1      –         –         –         –        –        –        –         –
4222       Refrigerated warehousing and storage                      718           4 383          18 399                31        10      6         7         3         4        1        –        –         –
4225       General warehousing and storage                         1 407           8 148          36 133               133        69     27        17        15         4        1        –        –         –
4226       Special warehousing and storage, n.e.c.                    (C)             (D)            (D)                17         9      1         3         3         1        –        –        –         –
44     Water transportation                                             (F)            (D)                  (D)         135      84       16        23        11         1        –       –        –         –
441     Deep sea foreign transportation of freight                      (A)            (D)                  (D)           1       1        –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
442     Deep sea domestic transportation of freight                     (A)            (D)                  (D)           2       2        –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
448     Water transportation of passengers                              (C)            (D)                  (D)          14       8        2         2         2         –        –       –        –         –
4481      Deep sea passenger transportation, ex. ferry                  (A)            (D)                  (D)           1       –        –         1         –         –        –       –        –         –
4482      Ferries                                                       (A)            (D)                  (D)           1       1        –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
4489      Water passenger transportation, n.e.c.                         90           286              2   443           12       7        2         1         2         –        –       –        –         –
449     Water transportation services                                   (F)            (D)                  (D)         118      73       14        21         9         1        –       –        –         –
4491      Marine cargo handling                                          94         1 215          6       177            5       2        1         –         1         1        –       –        –         –
4492      Towing and tugboat service                                     82           506          2       911            7       3        1         1         2         –        –       –        –         –
4493      Marinas                                                      525          2 518         13       419           96      62       11        18         5         –        –       –        –         –
4499      Water transportation services, n.e.c.                         (B)            (D)                 (D)           10       6        1         2         1         –        –       –        –         –
45     Transportation by air                                       4 860           40   210      159       799          187      78       28        37        23        11        6       3        1         –
451      Air transportation, scheduled                             3 592           31   952      124       832           86      24        9        22        16         6        6       2        1         –
452      Air transportation, nonscheduled                            407            2   352       10       263           40      21        8         5         4         2        –       –        –         –
458      Airports, flying fields, and services                       861            5   906       24       702           60      32       11        10         3         3        –       1        –         –
46     Pipelines, except natural gas                                   (C)              (D)                (D)           12       5        4         1         2         –        –       –        –         –
461      Pipelines, except natural gas                                 (C)              (D)                (D)           12       5        4         1         2         –        –       –        –         –
4619       Pipelines, n.e.c.                                           (A)              (D)                (D)            2       2        –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
47     Transportation services                                     6 188           33 489        143 441                797     453     216         80        37         5        4       1        1         –
472      Passenger transportation arrangement                      4 273           20 205         86 427                583     327     170         58        22         3        2       –        1         –
4724       Travel agencies                                         3 079           14 422         58 742                514     290     153         51        17         2        1       –        –         –
4725       Tour operators                                          1 138            5 543         26 724                 61      33      15          6         4         1        1       –        1         –
4729       Passenger transport arrangement, n.e.c.                     56             240            961                  8       4       2          1         1         –        –       –        –         –
473      Freight transportation arrangement                        1 348           10 493         44 896                165      97      38         16        12         –        1       1        –         –
474      Rental of railroad cars                                      (A)              (D)            (D)                 2       2       –          –         –         –        –       –        –         –
478      Miscellaneous transportation services                       566            2 775         11 941                 41      21       8          6         3         2        1       –        –         –

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

10      WISCONSIN                                                                                                                                   COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                          U.S. Census Bureau
Table 1b.          The State                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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.
48     Communication                                              18 862        183  305        708 226           917        392        158       150       124         55      31        5        2         –
481      Telephone communication                                  12 149        133  857        509 471           637        317        108        86        71         31      18        4        2         –
4812       Radiotelephone communications                           1 381         11  419         47 214            83         39         15        11        10          5       3        –        –         –
4813       Telephone communications, exc. radio                   10 768        122  438        462 257           554        278         93        75        61         26      15        4        2         –
482      Telegraph and other communications                          (C)              (D)            (D)            1          –          –         –         –          –       1        –        –         –
483      Radio and television broadcasting                         4 437          33 004        130 059           168         25         27        46        46         17       6        1        –         –
484      Cable and other pay TV services                           1 641          10 994         46 409            88         35         20        16         7          6       4        –        –         –
489      Communication services, n.e.c.                               (E)             (D)            (D)           23         15          3         2         –          1       2        –        –         –
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                       15 930        202  791        782 054           390        130          65        61        61        38      22        9        2         2
491      Electric services                                         1 551         15  456         63 123            59         16           8         9        19         4       2        1        –         –
492      Gas production and distribution                           1 864         23  149         85 560            57         11          13        19         6         2       4        2        –         –
493      Combination utility services                             10 402        149  625        573 789           132         32          14        19        22        22      14        5        2         2
4931        Electric and other services combined                       (J)            (D)            (D)          129         32          13        17        22        22      14        5        2         2
4932        Gas and other services combined                           (B)             (D)            (D)            3          –           1         2         –         –       –        –        –         –
494      Water supply                                                 (A)             (D)            (D)            5          4           1         –         –         –       –        –        –         –
495      Sanitary services                                         2 091          14 492         59 262           136         66          29        14        14        10       2        1        –         –
497      Irrigation systems                                           (A)             (D)            (D)            1          1           –         –         –         –       –        –        –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                1 587          14 412         58 907            25          6           6         2         6         1       2        1        1         –
            Wholesale trade                                      133 610      1 065 156       4 471 052        9 809      4 581       2 128     1 551     1 062       318      135       25        8         1
50     Wholesale trade durable goods                              75   569      628    762    2 662   773      6 327      2 943       1 411     1 049       667       185       61        9        2         –
501     Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                       12   346       82    215      345   879        966        356         308       158       101        36        4        3        –         –
5012      Automobiles and other motor vehicles                     3   874       26    587      113   282        168         62          25        16        40        22        2        1        –         –
5013      Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                     6   456       43    237      180   704        572        206         204       101        46        12        1        2        –         –
5014      Tires and tubes                                              895        6    422       26   470         73         17          28        17         9         1        1        –        –         –
5015      Motor vehicle parts, used                                1   121        5    969       25   423        153         71          51        24         6         1        –        –        –         –
502     Furniture and homefurnishings                              2   338       18    390       80   969        258        152          40        40        20         4        2        –        –         –
5021      Furniture                                                1   148       11    163       48   337        119         63          22        22         9         2        1        –        –         –
5023      Homefurnishings                                          1   190        7    227       32   632        139         89          18        18        11         2        1        –        –         –
503     Lumber and construction materials                          5   081       40    662      183   127        430        190          90        83        49        13        5        –        –         –
5031      Lumber, plywood, and millwork                            2   992       24    775      103   327        211         83          40        47        30         8        3        –        –         –
5032      Brick, stone, and related materials                          424        2    995       17   684         62         31          16        11         3         1        –        –        –         –
5033      Roofing, siding, and insulation                              970        8    373       41   726         77         29          20        14        10         3        1        –        –         –
5039      Construction materials, n.e.c.                               695        4    519       20   390         80         47          14        11         6         1        1        –        –         –
504     Professional and commercial equipment                     12   196      116    747      476   224        760        365         154       100        92        28       17        3        1         –
5043      Photographic equipment and supplies                          316        1    763        7   892         15          4           3         2         5         –        1        –        –         –
5044      Office equipment                                         2   310       21    500       83   935        137         60          26        26        15         6        3        1        –         –
5045      Computers, peripherals and software                      4   441       49    709      188   427        283        128          62        38        35        12        8        –        –         –
5046      Commercial equipment, n.e.c.                             1   129       10    517       45   155        105         57          27        13         4         1        2        1        –         –
5047      Medical and hospital equipment                           2   663       23    790      109   779        153         87          23        10        25         5        2        –        1         –
5048      Ophthalmic goods                                             415        2    641       10   413         21          7           2         3         7         2        –        –        –         –
5049      Professional equipment, n.e.c.                               922        6    827       30   623         46         22          11         8         1         2        1        1        –         –
505     Metals and minerals, except petroleum                      2   715       23    604       99   282        215        109          48        23        20        11        4        –        –         –
5051      Metals service centers and offices                       2   684       23    288       97   605        207        104          46        22        20        11        4        –        –         –
5052      Coal and other minerals and ores                              31             316        1   677          8          5           2         1         –         –        –        –        –         –
506     Electrical goods                                           7   505       75    344      305   295        708        336         162       104        82        21        3        –        –         –
5063      Electrical apparatus and equipment                       4   105       38    618      158   112        395        176          96        59        54        10        –        –        –         –
5064      Electrical appliances, TV and radios                         548        5    891       21   294         48         24           9        11         1         2        1        –        –         –
5065      Electronic parts and equipment                           2   852       30    835      125   875        264        135          57        34        27         9        2        –        –         –
507     Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment                   6   305       54    609      225   460        518        239         107        93        58        12        9        –        –         –
5072      Hardware                                                 2   590       21    133       87   165        201         91          49        29        22         5        5        –        –         –
5074      Plumbing and hydronic heating supplies                   2   405       19    533       82   783        185         84          30        42        22         3        4        –        –         –
5075      Warm air heating and air conditioning                    1   036       11    565       45   214        107         52          24        18        10         3        –        –        –         –
5078      Refrigeration equipment and supplies                         274        2    378       10   298         25         12           4         4         4         1        –        –        –         –
508     Machinery, equipment, and supplies                        20   090      172    636      744   550      1 835        846         389       343       198        47        9        3        –         –
5082      Construction and mining machinery                        1   701       17    475       75   162        106         30          24        29        16         5        2        –        –         –
5083      Farm and garden machinery                                4   384       27    685      124   780        456        189         106       108        47         5        1        –        –         –
5084      Industrial machinery and equipment                       7   521       76    504      324   396        767        413         142       110        73        25        4        –        –         –
5085      Industrial supplies                                      4   484       40    505      170   327        353        130          89        75        47        10        –        2        –         –
5087      Service establishment equipment                          1   585        7    551       33   983        114         57          25        16        12         2        1        1        –         –
5088      Transportation equipment and supplies                        415        2    916       15   902         39         27           3         5         3         –        1        –        –         –
509     Miscellaneous durable goods                                6 993          44   555      201   987         637        350        113       105         47        13        8       –        1         –
5091      Sporting and recreational goods                          1 931          12   674       55   384         131         72         19        21         13         4        1       –        1         –
5092      Toys and hobby goods and supplies                          822           4   607       19   715          54         35          4         6          4         3        2       –        –         –
5093      Scrap and waste materials                                2 813          19   108       92   026         218         82         57        49         21         5        4       –        –         –
5094      Jewelry and precious stones                                474           2   685       10   869          57         37         12         5          2         –        1       –        –         –
5099      Durable goods, n.e.c.                                      953           5   481       23   993         177        124         21        24          7         1        –       –        –         –
51     Wholesale trade nondurable goods                           54 581        396    359    1 661   108      3 402      1 615         712       488       375       123       67       16        5         1
511     Paper and paper products                                   5 767         46    573      187   576        364        179          74        47        49        10        4        –        –         1
5111      Printing and writing paper                                 783          8    541       34   732         54         26          11         5         9         2        1        –        –         –
5112      Stationery and office supplies                           2 620         16    156       65   373        207         95          43        31        31         5        2        –        –         –
5113      Industrial and personal service paper                    2 364         21    876       87   471        103         58          20        11         9         3        1        –        –         1
512     Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries                         2 253         16    224       69   870        100         45          15        13        14         7        6        –        –         –
513     Apparel, piece goods, and notions                          1 224          9    038       38   521        139         91          17        17         9         3        2        –        –         –
5131      Piece goods and notions                                    158          1    005        5   010         23         13           3         5         2         –        –        –        –         –
5136      Men’s and boys’ clothing                                   518          3    711       14   590         61         40           9         6         3         3        –        –        –         –
5137      Women’s and children’s clothing                            253          1    204        5   189         33         24           3         4         1         –        1        –        –         –
5139      Footwear                                                   295          3    118       13   732         22         14           2         2         3         –        1        –        –         –
514      Groceries and related products                           21 374        156    106      648   403         733        318        119       109         94        46      28       14        5         –
5141       Groceries, general line                                 5 710         49    879      197   377          57         24          6         6          4         2       7        4        4         –
5142       Packaged frozen foods                                   3 181         23    888      101   065          73         21          9        15         14         4       8        2        –         –
5143       Dairy products, exc. dried or canned                    2 984         18    647       80   102         145         79         27        12         16         5       4        1        1         –
5144       Poultry and poultry products                              401          2    370        7   130          16          4          4         3          2         2       1        –        –         –
5145       Confectionery                                           1 049          7    506       31   037          51         25          9         8          5         2       –        2        –         –

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


COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                        WISCONSIN                 11
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 1b.          The State                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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 Con.
514      Groceries and related products Con.
5146       Fish and seafoods                                         183               705        2   880          18          5          8         3          2         –       –        –        –         –
5147       Meats and meat products                                   953           5   759       26   201          64         29          9        14          9         1       2        –        –         –
5148       Fresh fruits and vegetables                             1 311           6   740       33   623          71         32          8        14          8         8       –        1        –         –
5149       Groceries and related products, n.e.c.                  5 602          40   612      168   985         237         98         39        34         34        22       6        4        –         –
515      Farm product raw materials                                1 448           6   786       30   592         182         95         40        24         20         3       –        –        –         –
5153       Grain and field beans                                     587           3   639       16   813          79         38         24         9          7         1       –        –        –         –
5154       Livestock                                                 598           1   704        7   437          73         38         10        14         11         –       –        –        –         –
5159       Farm product raw materials, n.e.c.                        263           1   443        6   342          30         19          6         1          2         2       –        –        –         –
516      Chemicals and allied products                             3 691          33   200      141   942         308        153         63        50         29         6       7        –        –         –
5162       Plastics materials and basic shapes                     1 149          10   448       43   226          77         37         16        14          5         2       3        –        –         –
5169       Chemicals and allied products, n.e.c.                   2 542          22   752       98   716         231        116         47        36         24         4       4        –        –         –
517      Petroleum and petroleum products                          2 871          18   891       82   226         300        136         86        40         29         8       1        –        –         –
5171       Petroleum bulk stations and terminals                   2 445          15   688       67   866         230         92         73        32         25         7       1        –        –         –
5172       Petroleum products, n.e.c.                                426           3   203       14   360          70         44         13         8          4         1       –        –        –         –
518      Beer, wine, and distilled beverages                       3 646          28   495      121   172         139         21         21        35         44        13       5        –        –         –
5181       Beer and ale                                            2 438          18   345       78   457         103         12         17        31         33         8       2        –        –         –
5182       Wine and distilled beverages                            1 208          10   150       42   715          36          9          4         4         11         5       3        –        –         –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                   12 307          81   046      340   806       1 137        577        277       153         87        27      14        2        –         –
5191       Farm supplies                                           5 989          35   267      148   745         589        249        182        92         44        17       5        –        –         –
5192       Books, periodicals, and newspapers                      1 741          15   261       57   046          72         37         14         7          6         2       5        1        –         –
5193       Flowers and florists’ supplies                            777           3   803       17   390          67         24         17        15          9         2       –        –        –         –
5194       Tobacco and tobacco products                            1 006           7   433       28   077          33         13          4         4          7         2       3        –        –         –
5198       Paints, varnishes, and supplies                           317           2   139        8   870          54         33         10         9          2         –       –        –        –         –
5199       Nondurable goods, n.e.c.                                2 450          17   060       80   235         321        221         50        26         18         4       1        1        –         –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                3 460          40   035      147   171          80         23          5        14         20        10       7        –        1         –
            Retail trade                                         467   166    1 431    038    6 187   263      32 703     13 710      7 616     5 619     3 947     1 169      570       54       14         4
52     Building materials and garden supplies                     19   803       90    048      390   342       1 637        671        412       317       175        30       32        –        –         –
521      Lumber and other building materials                      10   612       57    084      242   125         647        228        176       124        78        11       30        –        –         –
523      Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores                        1   237        6    364       26   576         218        124         68        19         7         –        –        –        –         –
525      Hardware stores                                           5   330       16    291       69   772         441        138         93       126        72        11        1        –        –         –
526      Retail nurseries and garden stores                        1   991        6    752       32   483         255        153         60        19        14         8        1        –        –         –
527      Mobile home dealers                                           633        3    557       19   386          76         28         15        29         4         –        –        –        –         –
53     General merchandise stores                                 52   635      140    882      598   105         611        114         80        65        45        59      215       31        2         –
531      Department stores                                        46   077      120    979      510   765         275          2          –         –         1        37      202       31        2         –
533      Variety stores                                            1   109        2    470       10   702         140         55         42        33        10         –        –        –        –         –
539      Misc. general merchandise stores                          5   449       17    433       76   612         195         56         38        32        34        22       13        –        –         –
54     Food stores                                                65 689        185 508         777   818       2 681        957        590       409       298       249      164       14        –         –
541      Grocery stores                                           59 711        170 383         712   599       1 798        543        310       269       254       246      162       14        –         –
542      Meat and fish markets                                       994          3 467          14   216         154         81         35        29         9         –        –        –        –         –
543      Fruit and vegetable markets                                 143            363           1   628          27         15          8         3         1         –        –        –        –         –
544      Candy, nut, and confectionery stores                        741          1 622           7   174         120         48         57        12         2         1        –        –        –         –
545      Dairy products stores                                       270            844           3   392          61         39         16         3         3         –        –        –        –         –
546      Retail bakeries                                           3 028          6 980          30   461         367        140        118        78        28         2        1        –        –         –
549      Miscellaneous food stores                                   802          1 849           8   348         154         91         46        15         1         –        1        –        –         –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                    55   728      264    077    1 159   047       4 507      1 473      1 350     1 034       458       139       52        1        –         –
551      New and used car dealers                                 23   764      159    073      698   150         666         59         58       152       237       119       40        1        –         –
552      Used car dealers                                          2   266       10    068       45   901         539        371        120        33        14         1        –        –        –         –
553      Auto and home supply stores                               5   537       23    804      101   564         578        236        181       108        41         4        8        –        –         –
554      Gasoline service stations                                20   948       55    146      234   751       2 310        604        889       665       136        13        3        –        –         –
555      Boat dealers                                              1   264        5    791       30   917         157         75         40        31         9         1        1        –        –         –
556      Recreational vehicle dealers                                  614        2    676       14   220          82         40         23        14         4         1        –        –        –         –
557      Motorcycle dealers                                            864        5    200       24   183         100         43         26        17        14         –        –        –        –         –
559      Automotive dealers, n.e.c.                                    471        2    319        9   361          75         45         13        14         3         –        –        –        –         –
56     Apparel and accessory stores                               15 925          38 150        164   109       2 008        835        671       357       124         18        3       –        –         –
561      Men’s and boys’ clothing stores                           1 256           3 998         16   165         183         73         72        30         8          –        –       –        –         –
562      Women’s clothing stores                                   4 920          10 380         42   601         655        217        252       158        26          2        –       –        –         –
563      Women’s accessory and specialty stores                    1 012           2 456         10   558         160         88         37        27         8          –        –       –        –         –
564      Children’s and infants’ wear stores                         296             663          2   907          52         22         21         9         –          –        –       –        –         –
565      Family clothing stores                                    4 557          11 020         48   669         304        100         70        61        55         15        3       –        –         –
566      Shoe stores                                               3 330           8 265         37   192         517        250        182        58        26          1        –       –        –         –
569      Misc. apparel and accessory stores                          554           1 368          6   017         137         85         37        14         1          –        –       –        –         –
57     Furniture and homefurnishings stores                       17 407          75   994      330   795       2 251      1 219        610       279       101         23      18        1        –         –
571      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                      8 718          39   156      172   421       1 273        655        352       191        65          9       1        –        –         –
5712       Furniture stores                                        4 690          21   944       96   313         583        265        164       110        37          6       1        –        –         –
5713       Floor covering stores                                   2 008          11   149       49   217         350        201         94        40        13          2       –        –        –         –
5714       Drapery and upholstery stores                              (C)              (D)             (D)         46         38          4         1         3          –       –        –        –         –
5719       Misc. homefurnishings stores                              (G)               (D)             (D)        294        151         90        40        12          1       –        –        –         –
572      Household appliance stores                                1 808           7   822       33   254         297        178         69        31        18          1       –        –        –         –
573      Radio, television, and computer stores                    6 881          29   016      125   120         681        386        189        57        18         13      17        1        –         –
5731       Radio, TV, and electronic stores                        4 405          19   702       85   451         317        174         90        20         8          9      15        1        –         –
5734       Computer and software stores                              805           3   608       15   900         142         93         34         8         5          2       –        –        –         –
5735       Record and prerecorded tape stores                        907           2   275        9   654         137         73         47        15         –          1       1        –        –         –
5736       Musical instrument stores                                 764           3   431       14   115          85         46         18        14         5          1       1        –        –         –

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

12      WISCONSIN                                                                                                                                   COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                          U.S. Census Bureau
Table 1b.           The State                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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.
58      Eating and drinking places                               162   536       292    824    1 285 977       11 673     4 597       2 031     2 195     2 252       537       59        2        –         –
5812        Eating places                                        149   428       271    096    1 191 909        8 497     2 311       1 434     1 987     2 176       528       59        2        –         –
5813        Drinking places                                       12   953        21    464       92 187        3 092     2 208         596       207        73         8        –        –        –         –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                      64   185       240    234    1 033 123        7 077     3 767       1 811       917       455        96       22        3        3         3
591       Drug stores and proprietary stores                      14   385        51    685      214 239          794       187         206       164       171        57        9        –        –         –
592       Liquor stores                                            2   389         5    432       23 729          495       303         139        40        12         1        –        –        –         –
593       Used merchandise stores                                  2   256         5    499       24 270          364       220          73        46        23         2        –        –        –         –
594       Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                     17   017        45    220      193 746        2 699     1 454         755       344       127        18        1        –        –         –
5941        Sporting goods and bicycle shops                       4   282        11    698       51 382          609       343         147        72        37        10        –        –        –         –
5942        Book stores                                            2   127         5    257       21 155          237        98          88        33        11         6        1        –        –         –
5943        Stationery stores                                           (C)              (D)          (D)          32        20           9         3         –         –        –        –        –         –
5944        Jewelry stores                                         2   976         11   430       48 597          539       270         174        89         5         1        –        –        –         –
5945        Hobby, toy, and game shops                             2   201          5   220       22 937          250       127          56        29        37         1        –        –        –         –
5946        Camera and photographic supply stores                      265              907        4 186           38        18          12         6         2         –        –        –        –         –
5947        Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                      4   146          7   414       34 440          825       493         215        83        34         –        –        –        –         –
5948        Luggage and leather goods stores                            (C)              (D)          (D)          25        10          13         2         –         –        –        –        –         –
5949        Sewing, needlework, and piece goods                        767          2   537        7 850          144        75          41        27         1         –        –        –        –         –
596       Nonstore retailers                                      17   445         91   591      406 775          709       408         113        95        59        13       12        3        3         3
5961        Catalog and mail order houses                         12   979         69   687      313 172          213       115          37        26        14         4        8        3        3         3
5962        Merchandising machine operators                        1   839          9   716       41 278          146        77          22        26        12         6        3        –        –         –
5963        Direct selling establishments                          2   627         12   188       52 325          350       216          54        43        33         3        1        –        –         –
598       Fuel dealers                                             2   047         12   267       48 427          314       159         104        37        11         3        –        –        –         –
5983        Fuel oil dealers                                            (F)              (D)          (D)         125        84          23        11         6         1        –        –        –         –
5984        Liquefied petroleum gas dealers                        1   336          8   090       32 546          187        73          81        26         5         2        –        –        –         –
5989        Fuel dealers, n.e.c.                                        (A)              (D)          (D)           2         2           –         –         –         –        –        –        –         –
599       Retail stores, n.e.c.                                    8   642         28   539      121 883        1 693     1 027         421       191        52         2        –        –        –         –
5992        Florists                                               2   747          6   553       26 932          490       274         135        62        18         1        –        –        –         –
5993        Tobacco stores and stands                                  190              653        2 836           36        27           5         2         1         1        –        –        –         –
5994        News dealers and newsstands                                  60             316        1 574           18        13           4         1         –         –        –        –        –         –
5995        Optical goods stores                                   1   364         6    266       25 167          276       171          71        26         8         –        –        –        –         –
5999        Miscellaneous retail stores, n.e.c.                    4   281        14    751       65 369          872       541         206       100        25         –        –        –        –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                              13   258       103    321      447 947          258        77          61        46        39        18        5        2        9         1
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                  150   017     1 376    849    5 229 394       12 599     8 064       2 158     1 274       757       192       87       38       17        12
60      Depository institutions                                   41   278       296    614    1 122 175        2 509       661         786       589       370        71       20        6        4         2
602       Commercial banks                                        26   520       197    430      735 797        1 390       310         387       363       266        46       11        3        2         2
603       Savings institutions                                     8   033        57    029      231 446          554        95         272       123        39        14        8        2        1         –
606       Credit unions                                            5   214        27    205      110 977          491       202         122        97        59        10        1        –        –         –
609       Functions closely related to banking                     1   511        14    950       43 955           74        54           5         6         6         1        –        1        1         –
61      Nondepository institutions                                 6   531        58    564      241 907          660       421         130        55        36         7       10        –        1         –
611       Federal and Federally sponsored credit                        (E)              (D)          (D)          26         7           7         8         4         –        –        –        –         –
614       Personal credit institutions                             1   618         13   378       54 399          282       206          54        12         5         3        2        –        –         –
615       Business credit institutions                                  (F)              (D)          (D)          41        19           7         7         6         1        1        –        –         –
616       Mortgage bankers and brokers                             3   940        35    847      153 566          310       188          62        28        21         3        7        –        1         –
62      Security and commodity brokers                             7   562       159    550      557 921          752       504         101        80        46        13        4        2        2         –
621       Security brokers and dealers                             5   379       120    714      372 675          495       324          66        59        32         8        3        2        1         –
622       Commodity contracts brokers, dealers                           63             514        3 165           14        11           1         1         1         –        –        –        –         –
628       Security and commodity services                          2   120         38   322      182 081          243       169          34        20        13         5        1        –        1         –
63      Insurance carriers                                        56 029         612  831      2 245 922            798       368       133       102         87        32      37       19       10        10
631       Life insurance                                          23 989         313  719      1 146 811            189        63        33        35         35         5       7        5        2         4
632       Medical service and health insurance                    11 747          98  686        365 346            114        44        13         9         18         6      14        4        3         3
6321         Accident and health insurance                         1 991          19  014         76 360             26        15         4         –          1         –       4        –        2         –
6324         Hospital and medical service plans                    9 756          79  672        288 986             88        29         9         9         17         6      10        4        1         3
633       Fire, marine, and casualty insurance                    17 527         169  765        647 565            400       219        68        43         21        19      14        9        4         3
635       Surety insurance                                           698          21  076         49 132             26        13         7         2          2         1       –        1        –         –
636       Title insurance                                             (C)              (D)            (D)            12         7         1         1          2         1       –        –        –         –
637       Pension, health, and welfare funds                       1 887            7 956         31 089             55        21        10        12          9         –       2        –        1         –
639       Insurance carriers, n.e.c.                                  (A)              (D)            (D)             2         1         1         –          –         –       –        –        –         –
64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                    14 236         101 108         425 621        3 259     2 611         383       168         64        23        7       3        –         –
65      Real estate                                               19   631         87   549      399   898      4 223     3 213         588       258       119         34        9       2        –         –
651       Real estate operators and lessors                        7   626         28   929      127   111      1 621     1 258         201       105        38         13        5       1        –         –
653       Real estate agents and managers                          9   242         45   138      208   031      2 011     1 535         284       110        64         13        4       1        –         –
654      Title abstract offices                                    1   358          7   352       35   456        178        80          59        26        12          1        –       –        –         –
655      Subdividers and developers                                1   402          6   123       29   257        411       338          44        17         5          7        –       –        –         –
6552        Subdividers and developers, n.e.c.                         462          3   002       15   593        159       136          14         5         2          2        –       –        –         –
6553        Cemetery subdividers and developers                        940          3   121       13   664        252       202          30        12         3          5        –       –        –         –
67      Holding and other investment offices                       4 477           56 913        223 493            384       281         37        19        30        11        –       6        –         –
671       Holding offices                                          3 726           50 754        196 094            170       101         21        10        22        10        –       6        –         –
672       Investment offices                                          (B)             (D)             (D)             5         4          –         1         –         –        –       –        –         –
673       Trusts                                                      (E)             (D)             (D)           112        93         10         6         3         –        –       –        –         –
6732        Educational, religious, etc. trusts                       (E)             (D)             (D)            78        61          9         5         3         –        –       –        –         –
6733        Trusts, n.e.c.                                            (B)             (D)             (D)            34        32          1         1         –         –        –       –        –         –
679       Miscellaneous investing                                    375            3 083         16 125             96        82          6         2         5         1        –       –        –         –
6792        Oil royalty traders                                       (A)             (D)             (D)             1         1          –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
6794        Patent owners and lessors                                 (C)             (D)             (D)            27        19          3         1         4         –        –       –        –         –
6798        Real estate investment trusts                             (A)             (D)             (D)             2         2          –         –         –         –        –       –        –         –
6799        Investors, n.e.c.                                        202            1 854         10 343             66        60          3         1         1         1        –       –        –         –

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

COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                        WISCONSIN                 13
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 1b.          The State                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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.
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                   273          3 720         12 457            14         5           –         3         5         1        –       –        –         –
            Services                                             686 051       3 663 784      15 819   627     46 747     25 519      9 884     5 784     3 380     1 073      795      189       73        50
70      Hotels and other lodging places                           27 231          67 214         308   784      1 544        839        168       201       222        63       35       14        2         –
701       Hotels and motels                                       25 914          63 602         284   179      1 204        576        131       175       209        62       35       14        2         –
702       Rooming and boarding houses                                205             529           2   553         36         26          3         5         1         1        –        –        –         –
703       Camps and recreational vehicle parks                     1 001           2 912          21   392        271        212         31        16        12         –        –        –        –         –
7032        Sporting and recreational camps                          734           2 204          15   322        134         94         19        10        11         –        –        –        –         –
7033        Trailer parks and campsites                              267             708           6   070        137        118         12         6         1         –        –        –        –         –
704       Membership basis organization hotels                       111             171               645         31         23          3         5         –         –        –        –        –         –
72      Personal services                                         28 030          87 244         372   639      4 662      2 858      1 153       481       128        18       21        3        –         –
721       Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                  8 442          28 721         124   372        902        500        225       104        47        11       13        2        –         –
7211        Power laundries, family and commercial                   337             866           3   915         36         12         13         7         3         1        –        –        –         –
7212        Garment pressing and cleaners’ agents                    171             383           1   665         53         44          5         4         –         –        –        –        –         –
7213        Linen supply                                           1 053           4 136          17   888         16          3          –         –         6         3        4        –        –         –
7215        Coin operated laundries and cleaning                   1 044           2 256          10   050        246        166         56        17         7         –        –        –        –         –
7216        Drycleaning plants, except rug                         2 475           6 908          29   576        275         91        108        56        16         3        1        –        –         –
7217        Carpet and upholstery cleaning                         1 101            2 941         12   286        190        139         33        13          3         –        2       –        –         –
7218        Industrial launderers                                  2 039           10 715         46   763         33          5          3         3         10         4        6       2        –         –
7219        Laundry and garment services, n.e.c.                     222              516          2   229         53         40          7         4          2         –        –       –        –         –
722       Photographic studios, portrait                           1 161            3 509         17   114        306        226         57        16          7         –        –       –        –         –
723       Beauty shops                                            11 729           31 941        139   883      2 267      1 321        615       272         56         3        –       –        –         –
724       Barber shops                                               283              975          4   278        115        101         11         2          1         –        –       –        –         –
725       Shoe repair and shoeshine parlors                           46              122              532         29         29          –         –          –         –        –       –        –         –
726       Funeral service and crematories                          1 861           11 648         51   356        409        256        110        37          6         –        –       –        –         –
729       Miscellaneous personal services                          4 508           10 328         35   064        631        422        135        50         11         4        8       1        –         –
7291        Tax return preparation services                        3 050            6 047         15   732        305        195         59        32          8         3        7       1        –         –
7299        Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c.                1 458            4 281         19   332        326        227         76        18          3         1        1       –        –         –
73      Business services                                        120 173         571    032    2 469   002      6 235      3 422      1 027       655       603       258      200       49       18         3
731       Advertising                                              4 504          31    788      144   428        382        214         77        44        30         7        9        –        1         –
7311        Advertising agencies                                   2 697          21    695      102   708        277        153         59        32        22         5        6        –        –         –
7312        Outdoor advertising services                             384           3    444       14   114         35         18          6         4         5         2        –        –        –         –
7313        Radio, TV, publisher representatives                     423           4    379       15   500         30         16          5         6         2         –        1        –        –         –
7319        Advertising, n.e.c.                                    1 000           2    270       12   106         40         27          7         2         1         –        2        –        1         –
732       Credit reporting and collection                          1 462           9    580       40   720        116         35         35        20        22         3        1        –        –         –
7322        Adjustment and collection services                     1 204           7    919       34   110         96         30         29        17        16         3        1        –        –         –
7323        Credit reporting services                                258           1    661        6   610         20          5          6         3         6         –        –        –        –         –
733       Mailing, reproduction, stenographic                      4 791          28    691      128   019        602        380         99        61        48        10        3        1        –         –
7331        Direct mail advertising services                       1 456           8    870       39   665         61         19         14        10        10         6        1        1        –         –
7334        Photocopying and duplicating services                    924           4    447       18   912         80         35         15        10        18         2        –        –        –         –
7335        Commercial photography                                   353           2    061        9   177         77         56         11         7         3         –        –        –        –         –
7336        Commercial art and graphic design                      1 115           8    193       38   271        246        179         31        25        10         1        –        –        –         –
7338        Secretarial and court reporting                          943           5    120       21   994        138         91         28         9         7         1        2        –        –         –
734       Services to buildings                                   16 921          37    041      163   680      1 323        713        263       168       118        30       21       10        –         –
7342        Disinfecting and pest control services                   524           3    057       14   935         69         41          8        10        10         –        –        –        –         –
7349        Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                 16 394          33    980      148   690      1 251        669        255       158       108        30       21       10        –         –
735       Misc. equipment rental and leasing                       2 435          16    706       74   309        332        164         98        40        28         1        1        –        –         –
7352        Medical equipment rental                                 384           2    781       11   303         49         23         12         9         5         –        –        –        –         –
7353        Heavy construction equipment rental                      582           5    424       24   474         59         32         11         7         8         –        1        –        –         –
7359        Equipment rental and leasing, n.e.c.                   1 469           8    501       38   532        224        109         75        24        15         1        –        –        –         –
736       Personnel supply services                               52 382         182    579      817   552        749        226         68        63       129       112      107       29       12         3
7361        Employment agencies                                    3 396          15    969       73   654        220        130         34        19        22         7        7        1        –         –
7363        Help supply services                                  48 986         166    610      743   898        529         96         34        44       107       105      100       28       12         3
737       Computer and data processing services                   16 425         175    956      709   640      1 299        836        181       113       103        32       28        5        1         –
7371        Computer programming services                          3 493          42    490      182   382        371        269         39        21        21        15        6        –        –         –
7372        Prepackaged software                                   1 914          20    870       92   250        148         89         13        25        15         1        5        –        –         –
7373        Computer integrated systems design                     2 686          29    596      123   567        152         70         34        21        18         4        4        1        –         –
7374        Data processing and preparation                        5 908          63    114      224   196        144         56         16        18        29         9       11        4        1         –
7375        Information retrieval services                           433           2    403       11   309         66         39         17         5         3         2        –        –        –         –
7376        Computer facilities management                             199          2 819          8 503            8          4          2         1         –          –       1        –        –         –
7377        Computer rental and leasing                                  14           211          1 163            9          8          1         –         –          –       –        –        –         –
7378        Computer maintenance and repair                            604          4 946         20 720           75         49         12         7         5          1       1        –        –         –
7379        Computer related services, n.e.c.                      1   173          9 505         45 543          325        251         47        15        12          –       –        –        –         –
738       Miscellaneous business services                         21   252         88 681        390 548        1 419        841        206       146       125         63      30        4        4         –
7381        Detective and armored car services                     4   776         15 132         61 635          179         75         20        23        30         23       6        1        1         –
7382        Security systems services                              1   420          7 703         35 972           64         29         10        13         7          3       1        –        1         –
7383        News syndicates                                             (B)            (D)            (D)           5          3          –         1         1          –       –        –        –         –
7384        Photofinishing laboratories                                (G)             (D)            (D)          88         33         23        16        10          3       2        1        –         –
7389        Business services, n.e.c.                             13   428         58 451        259 497        1 083        701        153        93        77         34      21        2        2         –
75      Auto repair, services, and parking                        19 693           92   060      392   146      3 611      2 271        873       325       114         25        2       1        –         –
751       Automotive rentals, no drivers                           2 071           11   557       50   282        197        100         46        26        19          5        –       1        –         –
7513        Truck rental and leasing, no drivers                     883            6   483       27   534        115         63         29        15         6          2        –       –        –         –
7514        Passenger car rental                                     973            3   585       16   639         58         23         13         8        11          2        –       1        –         –
7515        Passenger car leasing                                    206            1   436        5   871         18          8          4         3         2          1        –       –        –         –
7519        Utility trailer rental                                     9                 53            238          6          6          –         –         –          –        –       –        –         –
752       Automobile parking                                         600            3   011       11   180         68         44         13         5         2          4        –       –        –         –
753       Automotive repair shops                                 12 033           64   147      275   401      2 812      1 880        663       224        44          –        1       –        –         –
7532        Top and body repair and paint shops                    4 204           23   783      100   364        866        560        197        88        20          –        1       –        –         –
7533        Auto exhaust system repair shops                         442            2   198        9   921         88         47         32         9         –          –        –       –        –         –
7534        Tire retreading and repair shops                          85                452        2   024         14          7          3         4         –          –        –       –        –         –
7536        Automotive glass replacement shops                       483            2   998       13   403         91         52         24        14         1          –        –       –        –         –
7537        Automotive transmission repair shops                     378            2   232        9   182         91         56         28         6         1          –        –       –        –         –
7538        General automotive repair shops                        5 688           28   196      121   396      1 509      1 062        340        88        19          –        –       –        –         –
7539        Automotive repair shops, n.e.c.                          753            4   288       19   057        149         92         39        15         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.

14       WISCONSIN                                                                                                                                  COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                          U.S. Census Bureau
Table 1b.           The State                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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.
75      Auto repair, services, and parking Con.
754       Automotive services, except repair                       4 989          13 345         55 283             534      247        151         70        49        16        1       –        –         –
7542        Carwashes                                              3 083           7 164         29 373             272      154         41         24        36        16        1       –        –         –
7549        Automotive services, n.e.c.                            1 906           6 181         25 904             261       92        110         46        13         –        –       –        –         –
76      Miscellaneous repair services                              6 946          42   597      188    937       1 381       988        230       108         43         8        4       –        –         –
762       Electrical repair shops                                  1 864          10   698       46    528         321       220         52        31         15         2        1       –        –         –
7622        Radio and television repair                              489           2   362       10    906         114        86         15        10          2         1        –       –        –         –
7623        Refrigeration service and repair                         334           2   317       10    063          66        40         15         9          2         –        –       –        –         –
7629        Electrical repair shops, n.e.c.                        1 041           6   019       25    559         141        94         22        12         11         1        1       –        –         –
763       Watch, clock, and jewelry repair                            69               311        1    227          23        22          –         –          1         –        –       –        –         –
764       Reupholstery and furniture repair                          302           1   088        4    902         106        91         11         2          2         –        –       –        –         –
769       Miscellaneous repair shops                               4 697          30   494      136    190         928       653        167        74         25         6        3       –        –         –
7692        Welding repair                                           273           1   140        4    647          80        62         12         5          1         –        –       –        –         –
7694        Armature rewinding shops                                 355           2   539       10    720          34        18          6         4          4         2        –       –        –         –
7699        Repair services, n.e.c.                                4 069          26   815      120    823         814       573        149        65         20         4        3       –        –         –
78      Motion pictures                                            6 582          16 551         80 560             707      259        186       194         59         7        2       –        –         –
781      Motion picture production and services                      902           5 247         24 500             138       95         16        20          4         2        1       –        –         –
7812        Motion picture and video production                      425           2 390         11 409              81       61          8        11          –         –        1       –        –         –
7819        Services allied to motion pictures                       477           2 857         13 091              57       34          8         9          4         2        –       –        –         –
782      Motion picture distribution and services                    145             865          3 766              16        8          4         2          2         –        –       –        –         –
7822        Motion picture and tape distribution                     128             714          3 124              12        5          3         2          2         –        –       –        –         –
7829        Motion picture distribution services                       17            151            642               4        3          1         –          –         –        –       –        –         –
783      Motion picture theaters                                   2 284           4 362         27 463             139       23         25        48         38         5        –       –        –         –
7832        Motion picture theaters, except drive in                 (G)              (D)            (D)            131       17         24        47         38         5        –       –        –         –
7833        Drive in motion picture theaters                          (B)             (D)            (D)              8        6          1         1          –         –        –       –        –         –
784      Video tape rental                                         3 251           6 077         24 831             414      133        141       124         15         –        1       –        –         –
79      Amusement and recreation services                         28 972        110 183         482    132       2 225     1 227        350       291       244         66      40        6        1         –
791      Dance studios, schools, and halls                           463            844           3    291         105        73         19        10         3          –       –        –        –         –
792      Producers, orchestras, entertainers                       2 478          9 821          42    837         281       175         57        25        13          5       6        –        –         –
7922       Theatrical producers and services                       1 470          5 513          25    891         127        70         27        11        11          4       4        –        –         –
7929       Entertainers and entertainment groups                   1 008          4 308          16    946         154       105         30        14         2          1       2        –        –         –
793      Bowling centers                                           4 501          8 172          29    527         319        97         62        80        72          8       –        –        –         –
794      Commercial sports                                         1 444         41 808         154    238          92        62         12         7         5          2       3        1        –         –
7941       Sports clubs, managers, and promoters                     702         39 675         143    949          39        20          7         4         4          2       2        –        –         –
7948       Racing, including track operation                         742          2 133          10    289          53        42          5         3         1          –       1        1        –         –
799      Misc. amusement, recreation services                     20 086         49 538         252    200       1 424       816        200       169       151         51      31        5        1         –
7991       Physical fitness facilities                             3 638          7 487          30    122         175        75         17        28        33         17       5        –        –         –
7992       Public golf courses                                     2 182          5 046          40    891         259       145         44        48        18          3       –        1        –         –
7993       Coin operated amusement devices                           921          3 354          14    385         125        62         34        20         8          1       –        –        –         –
7996       Amusement parks                                           244            953           8    087          28        18          2         5         2          1       –        –        –         –
7997       Membership sports and recreation clubs                  6 529         16 245          89    258         299       137         39        26        57         26      14        –        –         –
7999       Amusement and recreation, n.e.c.                        6 572         16 453          69    438         537       378         64        42        33          3      12        4        1         –
80      Health services                                          237   193    1 635    876    7 026 022          8 404     3 825      2 210     1 102       536       272      308       79       36        36
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                  32   763      389    376    1 841 131          2 292     1 063        557       339       234        54       29       10        6         –
802       Offices and clinics of dentists                         14   865       90    943      442 684          2 204       926        822       387        63         4        2        –        –         –
803       Offices of osteopathic physicians                        1   354       16    061       82 722             91        53         27         7         2         –        –        1        1         –
804       Offices of other health practitioners                   10   573       62    569      273 951          1 783     1 193        399       152        24         4        7        3        1         –
8041        Offices and clinics of chiropractors                   2   944       15    210       73 042            808       585        166        57         –         –        –        –        –         –
8042        Offices and clinics of optometrists                    1   645        7    842       34 699            335       193        104        34         4         –        –        –        –         –
8043        Offices and clinics of podiatrists                         504        2    821       13 557            121        78         36         6         1         –        –        –        –         –
8049        Offices of health practitioners, n.e.c.                5   480       36    696      152 653            519       337         93        55        19         4        7        3        1         –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                    51   644      217    050      888 178            944       236        231        96        57       122      168       30        4         –
806       Hospitals                                               97   048      681    368    2 759 426            149         –          –         –         –         9       57       27       22        34
807       Medical and dental laboratories                          3   973       28    296      125 900            225       127         38        25        21         6        5        2        1         –
8071        Medical laboratories                                   2   622       20    099       88 853             90        39         15        14        13         3        4        1        1         –
8072        Dental laboratories                                    1   351        8    197       37 047            135        88         23        11         8         3        1        1        –         –
808       Home health care services                               12   758       43    732      184 433            305        74         33        34        79        52       28        5        –         –
809       Health and allied services, n.e.c.                      12   215      106    481      427 583            409       151        103        62        56        21       12        1        1         2
81      Legal services                                            13 598        123 427         596 429          2 253     1 526        424       192         86        19        3       3        –         –
82      Educational services                                      38 274        166 682         695 763             919      324        146       163       180         60      25        5       10         6
821       Elementary and secondary schools                        14 116         55 598         217 439             462       61         63       113       154         50      18        2        1         –
822       Colleges and universities                               21 550          99 887        429 300              61       13           8         3         9         5        5       3        9         6
823       Libraries                                                   (B)            (D)             (D)             14       12           1         1         –         –        –       –        –         –
824       Vocational schools                                          (F)            (D)             (D)             94       56          14        18         5         1        –       –        –         –
829       Schools and educational services, n.e.c.                 1 941           7 749         34 807             286      180          60        28        12         4        2       –        –         –
83      Social services                                           55   601      176    773      740    407       4 109     1 729        911       850       445         96      64       11        2         1
832       Individual and family services                          18   172       66    219      276    722       1 358       647        292       208       137         44      27        3        –         –
833       Job training and related services                       10   409       27    075      114    944         221        73         39        30        27         20      24        6        1         1
835       Child day care services                                 13   280       34    745      142    958       1 398       604        272       331       176         11       4        –        –         –
836       Residential care                                        11   130       36    796      154    180         817       204        251       251        84         18       7        1        1         –
839       Social services, n.e.c.                                  2 571          11 836         51 005             309      196          57        30        20         3        2       1        –         –

84      Museums, botanical, zoological gardens                     1 420           5 219         24 986             140       82          26        16        12         2        2       –        –         –
841       Museums and art galleries                                1 255           4 584         21 737             114       67          19        14        10         2        2       –        –         –
842       Botanical and zoological gardens                             165             635            3 249          26       15           7         2         2         –        –       –        –         –

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

COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                        WISCONSIN                 15
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 1b.           The State                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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.
86      Membership organizations                                  50 981        153 632         630 834          5 681     3 005      1 404       733       420         74      37        7        1         –
861       Business associations                                    2 361          17 906         72 758             351      250          56        18        21         2        4       –        –         –
862       Professional organizations                               1 143           7 329         30 565             120       79          19        13         4         3        2       –        –         –
863       Labor organizations                                      7 041          16 488         67 888             816      383        215       142         61        13        2       –        –         –
864       Civic and social associations                            7 333          15 946         70 268             612      361        101         78        48         9      12        3        –         –
865       Political organizations                                      146             390            1 572          31       25           3         1         1         1        –       –        –         –
866       Religious organizations                                 31 706          89 584        366 164          3 602     1 815        983       467       272         45      15        4        1         –
869       Membership organizations, n.e.c.                         1 251           5 989         21 611             147       90          27        14        13         1        2       –        –         –

87      Engineering and management services                       41 581        319 678       1 414 493          4 495     2 958        711       422       252         95      47        6        2         2
871       Engineering and architectural services                  13   437      125    999      560    109       1 367       844        232       142         94        32      21        2        –         –
8711        Engineering services                                  10   083       99    380      437    478         912       538        146       107         79        23      18        1        –         –
8712        Architectural services                                 2   155       19    331       89    856         289       184         56        28         12         8       1        –        –         –
8713        Surveying services                                     1   199        7    288       32    504         165       121         30         7          3         1       2        1        –         –
872       Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                   11 737          77 268        327 908          1 353       854        273       130         64        21        8       1        1         1
873       Research and testing services                            4 417          29   741      126    215          258      133          33        37        32        17        5       –        1         –
8731        Commercial physical research                           1 636          15   848       64    983           74       48           5        10         3         5        2       –        1         –
8732        Commercial nonphysical research                        1 402           4   999       23    010           62       26           8         8         9         8        3       –        –         –
8733        Noncommercial research organizations                     151           1   312        6    199           28       21           3         2         2         –        –       –        –         –
8734        Testing laboratories                                   1 228           7   582       32    023           94       38          17        17        18         4        –       –        –         –
874       Management and public relations                         11 990          86   670      400    261       1 517     1 127        173       113         62        25      13        3        –         1
8741       Management services                                     6 329          36   134      172    371         401       246         56        43         35         9       9        2        –         1
8742       Management consulting services                          3 558          37   533      170    383         700       561         70        37         15        14       3        –        –         –
8743       Public relations services                                 424           3   165       14    284          87        62         11        11          3         –       –        –        –         –
8744       Facilities support services                               774           4   212       18    363          51        25          9        10          5         –       1        1        –         –
8748       Business consulting, n.e.c.                               905           5   626       24    860         278       233         27        12          4         2       –        –        –         –

89      Services, n.e.c.                                           1 016           8 920         38 726             210      157          26        16        10         –        1       –        –         –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                               8 760          86 696        357 767             171       49          39        35        26        10        4       5        1         2

            Unclassified establishments                                387         1 444         12 155             771      750          16         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.




16       WISCONSIN                                                                                                                                  COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                          U.S. Census Bureau
Table 1c.          The State                  Employees and Annual Payroll by Employment Size Class: 1997
[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                  2 277 849        122 792        185 846        248 958        378 186        289 847        394 386        236 412        174 523         246 899
                 Total payroll, annual ($1,000)           61 031 431       3 178 214     3 963 034      5 548 959      8 833 891      7 294 290     10 149 717      7 080 923      5 887 200       9 095 203


        AGRICULTURAL SERVICES,
         FORESTRY, AND FISHING
          Number of employees                                  12 302          1 888          2 712             (D)            (D)            (D)           889             (D)              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            286 905         49 692         55 647             (D)            (D)            (D)        26 661             (D)              –               –
07      Agricultural services
          Number of employees                                  12 097          1 830          2 689             (D)            (D)            (D)           889             (D)              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            280 765         48 087         55 190             (D)            (D)            (D)        26 661             (D)              –               –
08      Forestry
          Number of employees                                      121             52             (D)           (D)            (D)              –              –              –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                               3 990          1 436             (D)           (D)            (D)              –              –              –              –               –
09      Fishing, hunting, and trapping
          Number of employees                                       (B)             6             (D)           (D)              –              –              –              –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                                  (D)           169             (D)           (D)              –              –              –              –              –               –
––      Administrative and auxiliary
          Number of employees                                       (B)             –              –              –            (D)              –              –              –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                                  (D)             –              –              –            (D)              –              –              –              –               –


        MINING
          Number of employees                                   2 296             109             (D)           (D)            (D)            (D)           407               –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            102 287           4 589             (D)           (D)            (D)            (D)        15 645               –              –               –
10      Metal mining
         Number of employees                                        (B)            (D)            (D)             –            (D)              –              –              –              –               –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                                   (D)            (D)            (D)             –            (D)              –              –              –              –               –
13      Oil and gas extraction
          Number of employees                                       (B)            (D)            (D)             –              –              –              –              –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                                  (D)            (D)            (D)             –              –              –              –              –              –               –
14      Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels
          Number of employees                                   2 127              (D)          241             (D)            (D)           453            407               –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             94 195              (D)        9 034             (D)            (D)        25 037         15 645               –              –               –
––      Administrative and auxiliary
          Number of employees                                       (B)            (D)            (D)             –              –            (D)              –              –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                                  (D)            (D)            (D)             –              –            (D)              –              –              –               –


        CONSTRUCTION
          Number of employees                                 105 391         16 347         18 738         17 909         22 314         10 786          8 683             (D)         2 986              (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          3 934 866        486 633        519 768        608 124        906 474        508 533        409 016             (D)       130 621              (D)
15      General contractors and operative builders
         Number of employees                                   27 424          4 798          4 644          4 013          5 377          2 317          2 237          1 746             (D)             (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             947 723        129 540        117 019        119 783        205 003        105 588         97 652         81 685             (D)             (D)
16      Heavy construction, except building
          Number of employees                                        (I)         473              (D)        1 119             (D)            (D)         1 016             (D)              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                                  (D)       37 266              (D)       82 873             (D)            (D)        87 271             (D)              –               –
17      Special trade contractors
          Number of employees                                  69 432         11 076         13 263         12 777         14 608          7 337          5 430             (D)            (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          2 396 057        319 827        359 324        405 468        557 736        307 132        224 093             (D)            (D)               –
––      Administrative and auxiliary
          Number of employees                                       (E)             –             (D)             –            (D)            (D)              –            (D)              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                                  (D)             –             (D)             –            (D)            (D)              –            (D)              –               –


        MANUFACTURING
          Number of employees                                602 971           5 727         11 574         23 972        57 088         72 715        125 534        112 610         88 221         105 530
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                        21 252 536         179 919        301 111        699 064     1 807 729      2 329 501      4 167 271      3 922 251      3 304 340       4 541 350
20      Food and kindred products
          Number of employees                                  60 864             337           782          1 733          5 994          7 556         13 264         11 014          9 061          11 123
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          1 744 877           7 751        15 851         40 091        171 300        232 321        404 314        308 310        283 619         281 320
21      Tobacco products
          Number of employees                                       (A)             –              –            (D)              –              –              –              –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                                  (D)             –              –            (D)              –              –              –              –              –               –
22      Textile mill products
          Number of employees                                       (H)            42             (D)           (D)           325            353            680            993               –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                                  (D)           926             (D)           (D)         8 811          8 992         31 341         37 338               –               –
23      Apparel and other textile products
          Number of employees                                   6 709             211           243            453            848          1 810          1 967             (D)            (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            147 081           4 211         3 539          8 703         14 069         40 157         47 878             (D)            (D)               –
24      Lumber and wood products
          Number of employees                                  30 438          1 051          1 429          2 570          4 123          4 689          5 839          5 835             (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            755 455         21 328         26 195         55 106         92 818        116 215        152 312        148 927             (D)             (D)
25      Furniture and fixtures
          Number of employees                                  16 412             176           310            755          1 517          1 531          3 401          4 237             (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            482 241           4 458         7 576         15 996         43 369         43 000         93 946        103 770             (D)             (D)

26      Paper and allied products
          Number of employees                                  47 419              37           152            391          1 822          3 669          8 883         12 152         13 628           6 685
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          2 074 548           2 474         4 497         12 353         55 671        128 301        331 110        507 151        637 517         395 474

          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                                                                                                                                                          WISCONSIN               17
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 1c.           The State                  Employees and Annual Payroll by Employment Size Class: 1997 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                                  52 305            977          2 060          3 358          5 911          7 839          9 060          9 428          5 295           8 377
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          1 492 997         21 436         43 073         78 764        168 102        229 730        259 732        293 513        184 733         213 914
28      Chemicals and allied products
          Number of employees                                  11 812             113           285            624          2 295          2 388          1 749          1 405             (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            483 981           4 062        10 171         21 857         84 359         98 048         60 986         64 639             (D)             (D)
29      Petroleum and coal products
          Number of employees                                       (E)             7             (D)           89             (D)            (D)            (D)              –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                                  (D)           385             (D)        5 443             (D)            (D)            (D)              –              –               –

30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics
         products
          Number of employees                                  29 274            136            344          1 182          3 007          5 144          9 595          6 365             (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            841 208         11 832         10 238         31 748         84 460        143 877        257 873        186 150             (D)             (D)

31      Leather and leather products
          Number of employees                                   5 080              32            73             (D)            (D)            (D)            (D)            (D)            (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            115 675             742         1 082             (D)            (D)            (D)            (D)            (D)            (D)               –

32      Stone, clay, and glass products
          Number of employees                                  10 052            246            507          1 170          1 962             (D)         2 120             (D)            (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            354 978         10 238         15 031         41 015         71 965             (D)        72 983             (D)            (D)               –

33      Primary metal industries
          Number of employees                                  26 935              48           102            455             (D)         2 904          6 416          7 098          6 826              (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            950 621           3 419         3 348         12 735             (D)       100 754        223 255        240 757        252 170              (D)

34      Fabricated metal products
          Number of employees                                  61 665            453          1 138          3 088          7 753          9 316         16 639          9 556          6 971           6 751
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          2 010 014         15 107         32 279         94 796        253 757        289 692        556 656        309 909        241 357         216 461

35      Industrial machinery and equipment
          Number of employees                                 102 689          1 130          2 633          5 192         11 094         12 942         17 439         15 924         16 403          19 932
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          4 015 477         40 917         76 967        175 845        407 267        461 538        663 732        650 901        661 835         876 475

36      Electronic and other electronic equipment
          Number of employees                                  44 889            134            288            582          2 021          3 181          8 424         11 093          9 109          10 057
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          1 449 223         10 567          7 507         16 250         59 469         92 960        239 410        352 481        291 423         379 156

37      Transportation equipment
          Number of employees                                  33 346             133           206            442          1 101          1 345          4 811          4 454          4 463          16 391
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          1 379 224           3 303         5 542         11 621         27 465         35 719        139 875        142 954        127 210         885 535

38      Instruments and related products
          Number of employees                                  15 523             102           273            557             (D)         1 743          4 259          2 849          2 757              (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            635 791           3 689         8 876         25 929             (D)        57 582        155 761        121 775        125 876              (D)

39      Miscellaneous manufacturing industries
          Number of employees                                  11 546             265           468             (D)         1 987          2 211          3 399          1 398             (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            326 894           6 700         9 236             (D)        51 458         60 729         96 087         49 597             (D)               –

––      Administrative and auxiliary
          Number of employees                                  33 095              97           208            400          2 071          2 130          6 308          5 076          1 996          14 809
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          1 883 106           6 374        18 070         29 067        114 453        130 341        348 001        294 932        112 798         829 070


        TRANSPORTATION AND PUBLIC
         UTILITIES
          Number of employees                                 117 658          6 348          7 861         12 623         22 249         17 836         19 210         14 300          6 559          10 672
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          3 735 346        182 518        196 760        318 028        611 607        563 825        654 547        549 505        254 117         404 439

41      Local and interurban passenger transit
          Number of employees                                  14 639              (D)          689          1 835          4 448          2 652          3 832             (D)              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            173 012              (D)        6 358         17 133         44 886         33 046         56 163             (D)              –               –

42      Trucking and warehousing
          Number of employees                                  54 591          3 958          3 856          6 089          9 762          7 504          6 141          7 239             (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          1 675 882        105 822         98 032        160 830        297 841        235 971        213 564        242 171             (D)             (D)

44      Water transportation
         Number of employees                                        (F)          104             99            303             (D)            (D)              –              –              –               –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                                   (D)        6 789          3 060          7 476             (D)            (D)              –              –              –               –

45      Transportation by air
          Number of employees                                   4 860              (D)            (D)          482            779            708            878            900             (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            159 799              (D)            (D)       12 363         21 891         18 919         28 330         40 969             (D)               –

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

47      Transportation services
          Number of employees                                   6 188            868          1 423          1 033          1 069             (D)            (D)            (D)            (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            143 441         18 794         30 765         23 385         25 117             (D)            (D)            (D)            (D)               –

48      Communication
          Number of employees                                  18 862            670              (D)        2 036          3 596          3 962          4 494          1 712             (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            708 226         32 629              (D)       62 622        119 975        146 272        184 191         70 087             (D)               –

49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services
          Number of employees                                  15 930            247            435            808          2 011          2 567          2 965          2 937             (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            782 054          8 201         14 490         32 912         81 491        118 329        150 555        163 847             (D)             (D)

––      Administrative and auxiliary
          Number of employees                                   1 587              (D)           35             (D)           194             (D)            (D)            (D)            (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             58 907              (D)        3 802             (D)         8 440             (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.


18       WISCONSIN                                                                                                                                  COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                          U.S. Census Bureau
Table 1c.          The State                   Employees and Annual Payroll by Employment Size Class: 1997 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                                 133 610          8 574         14 195         20 887        31 927          21 764         20 564             (D)         5 527              (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          4 471 052        306 654        427 693        656 643     1 058 935         775 920        724 266             (D)       200 998              (D)

50      Wholesale trade durable goods
         Number of employees                                   75 569              (D)        9 445         14 005         19 887         12 659          9 341             (D)            (D)               –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           2 662 773              (D)      296 735        459 727        712 117        483 273        365 746             (D)            (D)               –

51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods
         Number of employees                                   54 581              (D)        4 720          6 688         11 416          8 329         10 152          5 516             (D)             (D)
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                           1 661 108              (D)      129 725        189 443        323 914        254 293        323 278        177 403             (D)             (D)

––      Administrative and auxiliary
          Number of employees                                   3 460              (D)           30            194            624            776          1 071               –            (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            147 171              (D)        1 233          7 473         22 904         38 354         35 242               –            (D)               –


        RETAIL TRADE
          Number of employees                                 467 166         24 641         50 964         75 682       118 612         77 898         84 459              (D)        10 452              (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          6 187 263        430 411        622 249        895 342     1 386 509      1 017 576      1 117 683              (D)       321 377              (D)

52      Building materials and garden supplies
          Number of employees                                  19 803          1 373          2 724          4 250          4 932          1 975          4 549               –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            390 342         30 351         58 192         86 611        106 457         34 003         74 728               –              –               –

53      General merchandise stores
         Number of employees                                   52 635              (D)          534            842          1 422          4 751         34 400             (D)            (D)               –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             598 105              (D)        5 162          8 411         16 543         65 505        377 308             (D)            (D)               –

54      Food stores
          Number of employees                                  65 689          1 707          3 900          5 437          9 610         17 340         23 610          4 085               –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            777 818         29 968         39 505         53 255        109 227        217 393        278 890         49 580               –               –

55      Automotive dealers and service stations
          Number of employees                                  55 728          2 881          9 236         13 627         13 507          9 264             (D)            (D)              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          1 159 047         62 417        135 039        208 112        307 408        249 191             (D)            (D)              –               –

56      Apparel and accessory stores
          Number of employees                                  15 925              (D)        4 496          4 577          3 453             (D)            (D)              –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            164 109              (D)       47 077         44 685         30 467             (D)            (D)              –              –               –

57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores
          Number of employees                                  17 407          2 465          3 926          3 629          2 963             (D)         2 319             (D)              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            330 795         43 599         65 863         71 022         63 308             (D)        37 231             (D)              –               –

58      Eating and drinking places
          Number of employees                                 162 536          7 180         13 854         30 656         67 964             (D)            (D)            (D)              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          1 285 977        102 573         94 415        226 724        526 162             (D)            (D)            (D)              –               –

59      Miscellaneous retail
          Number of employees                                  64 185          6 884         11 907         12 030         13 551          6 332          3 410             (D)            (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          1 033 123        121 990        161 187        173 725        184 428         91 796         69 920             (D)            (D)             (D)

––      Administrative and auxiliary
          Number of employees                                  13 258            173            387            634          1 210          1 234             (D)            (D)         7 049              (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            447 947          9 519         15 809         22 797         42 509         43 309             (D)            (D)       252 309              (D)


        FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL
         ESTATE
          Number of employees                                 150 017         14 024         14 062         17 066         22 831         13 047         13 003         12 791         11 488         31 705
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          5 229 394        373 443        375 407        514 392        727 974        454 352        447 531        467 535        517 375      1 351 385

60      Depository institutions
          Number of employees                                  41 278          1 647          5 287          7 977         11 010          4 817          2 640             (D)         2 612              (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          1 122 175         37 977        113 807        183 300        283 153        141 986         92 784             (D)        99 022              (D)

61      Nondepository institutions
          Number of employees                                   6 531              (D)          840            717          1 114             (D)         1 667               –            (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            241 907              (D)       28 237         27 878         44 781             (D)        73 877               –            (D)               –

62      Security and commodity brokers
          Number of employees                                   7 562            933            651          1 106          1 310            920            730             (D)            (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            557 921         46 927         32 820         88 346        104 302         79 047         29 138             (D)            (D)               –

63      Insurance carriers
          Number of employees                                  56 029              (D)          874          1 414          2 848             (D)         5 850          6 699          6 853              (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          2 245 922              (D)       32 497         50 594         99 005             (D)       208 643        232 775        247 569              (D)

64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service
          Number of employees                                  14 236          4 438          2 410          2 213          1 877             (D)           913             (D)              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            425 621         93 175         67 824         75 670         76 434             (D)        26 671             (D)              –               –

65      Real estate
          Number of employees                                  19 631          5 025          3 745          3 351          3 553             (D)         1 203             (D)              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            399 898        101 509         82 518         71 263         77 355             (D)        16 418             (D)              –               –

67      Holding and other investment offices
          Number of employees                                   4 477            399            255            248            956            774               –         1 845               –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            223 493         24 276         17 704         15 436         35 846         28 379               –       101 852               –               –

––      Administrative and auxiliary
          Number of employees                                     273              (D)             –            40            163             (D)              –              –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             12 457              (D)             –         1 905          7 098             (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                                                                                                                                                          WISCONSIN               19
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 1c.          The State                 Employees and Annual Payroll by Employment Size Class: 1997 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                                686 051          44 979        65 351         77 009        100 531         74 382        121 637         64 063         49 290          88 809
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                        15 819 627       1 153 936     1 452 258      1 763 410      2 265 226      1 594 907      2 587 097      1 321 959      1 158 372       2 522 462

70      Hotels and other lodging places
          Number of employees                                  27 231          1 001          1 107          2 946          6 664             (D)         5 205          4 920             (D)               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            308 784         25 299         15 037         28 473         62 376             (D)        59 482         53 989             (D)               –

72      Personal services
          Number of employees                                  28 030          5 178          7 641          6 155          3 468             (D)         3 392             (D)              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            372 639         72 975         96 328         75 870         51 731             (D)        41 798             (D)              –               –

73      Business services
          Number of employees                                 120 173          5 189          6 771          8 787         18 673         18 024         29 736         16 308         12 469           4 216
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          2 469 002        160 223        155 401        216 137        464 673        366 756        624 718        255 739        185 127          40 228

75      Auto repair, services, and parking
          Number of employees                                  19 693          4 335          5 696          4 173          3 145          1 684             (D)            (D)              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            392 146         86 818        118 116         90 404         57 744         24 628             (D)            (D)              –               –

76      Miscellaneous repair services
          Number of employees                                   6 946          1 644          1 486          1 410          1 305            499            602               –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            188 937         33 891         35 979         40 877         42 128         15 352         20 710               –              –               –

78      Motion pictures
         Number of employees                                    6 582            463          1 232          2 564             (D)            (D)            (D)              –              –               –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                              80 560          8 555         11 432         37 610             (D)            (D)            (D)              –              –               –

79      Amusement and recreation services
         Number of employees                                   28 972          1 718          2 308          4 006          7 510          4 617          6 020             (D)            (D)               –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             482 132         45 562         33 812         44 770         78 577         87 644        158 853             (D)            (D)               –

80      Health services
          Number of employees                                 237 193          7 901         14 620         14 364         15 725         19 498        48 591          26 907         24 555         65 032
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          7 026 022        354 546        519 168        593 254        614 100        443 133     1 037 538         691 911        763 369      2 009 003

81      Legal services
          Number of employees                                  13 598          2 701          2 750          2 507          2 556          1 313            668          1 103               –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            596 429         70 286         94 706        108 022        142 018         76 002         44 380         61 015               –               –

82      Educational services
          Number of employees                                  38 274            569            996          2 279          5 627          4 027          3 612          1 779          6 637          12 748
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            695 763         10 818         16 560         33 809         85 614         66 247         63 190         31 168         90 966         297 391

83      Social services
          Number of employees                                  55 601          3 140          6 240         11 463         12 759          6 501          9 834          3 438             (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            740 407         53 400         90 355        152 808        173 157         94 967        131 867         24 606             (D)             (D)

84      Museums, botanical, zoological gardens
         Number of employees                                    1 420            135              (D)           (D)            (D)            (D)            (D)              –              –               –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                              24 986          2 447              (D)           (D)            (D)            (D)            (D)              –              –               –

86      Membership organizations
         Number of employees                                   50 981          6 161          9 252          9 801         12 376          4 859          5 571             (D)            (D)               –
         Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             630 834         67 347         94 242        107 907        165 148         70 819         79 643             (D)            (D)               –

87      Engineering and management services
          Number of employees                                  41 581          4 557          4 644          5 658          7 633          6 593          6 792          2 009             (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                          1 414 493        150 105        151 377        205 625        273 463        249 029        279 865         51 906             (D)             (D)

89      Services, n.e.c.
          Number of employees                                   1 016            186              (D)           (D)           319               –            (D)              –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             38 726          7 489              (D)           (D)         7 811               –            (D)              –              –               –

––      Administrative and auxiliary
          Number of employees                                   8 760            101            265            454            783            679            554          2 041             (D)             (D)
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                            357 767          4 175         11 304         16 771         25 301         26 875         17 570         77 430             (D)             (D)


        UNCLASSIFIED
         ESTABLISHMENTS
          Number of employees                                     387            155              (D)           (D)            (D)            (D)              –              –              –               –
          Payroll, annual ($1,000)                             12 155         10 419              (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       WISCONSIN                                                                                                                                  COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                          U.S. Census Bureau
Table 1d.          The State Establishments With 1,000 Employees or More by Major Group and
                   Employment Size Class: 1997
[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                       72                      48                      14                      3

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

           Manufacturing                                                                             64                       38                      19                       6                      1
20     Food and kindred products                                                                       8                       6                       2                       –                      –
24     Lumber and wood products                                                                        2                       2                       –                       –                      –
25     Furniture and fixtures                                                                          2                       1                       1                       –                      –
26     Paper and allied products                                                                       5                       4                       1                       –                      –
27     Printing and publishing                                                                         5                       1                       4                       –                      –

28     Chemicals and allied products                                                                  1                        –                       1                       –                      –
30     Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                                                     1                        1                       –                       –                      –
33     Primary metal industries                                                                       1                        –                       1                       –                      –
34     Fabricated metal products                                                                      5                        3                       2                       –                      –
35     Industrial machinery and equipment                                                            12                        9                       1                       2                      –

36     Electronic and other electronic equipment                                                       6                       4                       1                       1                      –
37     Transportation equipment                                                                        8                       4                       2                       1                      1
38     Instruments and related products                                                                1                       –                       1                       –                      –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                                                    7                       3                       2                       2                      –

           Transportation and public utilities                                                         5                       4                       –                       –                      1
42     Trucking and warehousing                                                                        3                       2                       –                       –                      1
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                                                            2                       2                       –                       –                      –

           Wholesale trade                                                                             1                       1                       –                       –                      –
51     Wholesale trade nondurable goods                                                                1                       1                       –                       –                      –

           Retail trade                                                                                4                       2                       1                       1                      –
59     Miscellaneous retail                                                                            3                       1                       1                       1                      –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                                                    1                       1                       –                       –                      –

           Finance, insurance, and real estate                                                       12                        4                       6                       1                      1
60     Depository institutions                                                                        2                        1                       1                       –                      –
63     Insurance carriers                                                                            10                        3                       5                       1                      1

           Services                                                                                  50                       22                      22                       6                      –
73     Business services                                                                              3                        1                       2                       –                      –
80     Health services                                                                               36                       14                      18                       4                      –
82     Educational services                                                                           6                        3                       1                       2                      –
83     Social services                                                                                1                        1                       –                       –                      –
87     Engineering and management services                                                            2                        2                       –                       –                      –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                                                   2                        1                       1                       –                      –




COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                    WISCONSIN               21
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 1e.          The State              Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by County: 1997 and 1996
[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]

                                                                                     1997                                                                      1996

                                                                            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                                            138 427         2 277   849      14 442   400      61 031      431      135 623         2 220    990      13 332   003      56 784      133
Adams                                                           278             2   306          10   208          47      608          262             2    355           9   416          45      920
Ashland                                                         577             7   116          33   259         147      523          576             6    610          31   919         141      041
Barron                                                        1 263            15   298          73   020         317      612        1 264            15    616          70   006         302      801
Bayfield                                                        418             2   150           7   269          34      925          412             2    217           6   892          32      205
Brown                                                         6 054           120   475         813   473       3 404      530        5 856           113    971         732   249       2 994      493

Buffalo                                                         332             3   551          20   722             91   833           348             3   704          21   322             91   315
Burnett                                                         424             3   251          15   237             63   022           406             3   200          14   020             57   945
Calumet                                                         797            12   795          72   326            308   310           799            12   665          68   881            296   124
Chippewa                                                      1 224            17   058          97   128            418   096         1 146            17   058          91   431            392   475
Clark                                                           797             7   812          33   114            149   452           799             7   858          31   693            138   794

Columbia                                                      1 455            16   412          91   036         382      871         1 408            16   028          82   689         352      037
Crawford                                                        387             5   770          25   469         105      250           372             5   434          22   729         100      947
Dane                                                         11 985           209   621       1 326   265       5 610      735        11 588           201   340       1 228   915       5 176      352
Dodge                                                         1 823            28   638         171   020         743      238         1 753            27   189         155   432         682      359
Door                                                          1 289            10   053          43   299         202      098         1 234             9   398          39   258         183      438

Douglas                                                       1 082            12 170            60   915         258      147         1 057            12 101           59    228            245   076
Dunn                                                            971            13 137            62   082         280      765           982            12 823           59    926            260   811
Eau Claire                                                    2 596            39 772           198   084         849      613         2 609            39 249          189    378            820   839
Florence                                                        106               618             2   564          12      478           100               657            2    187              9   526
Fond du Lac                                                   2 452            39 006           241   231       1 006      293         2 407            39 277          236    444            949   468

Forest                                                          311             2   262           9   278             42   280           311             2   314           8   833             41   348
Grant                                                         1 274            13   324          54   046            235   536         1 261            13   360          51   837            227   290
Green                                                           972            12   638          71   338            292   672           943            12   848          64   024            273   911
Green Lake                                                      638             7   051          32   873            150   213           658             6   813          31   238            142   478
Iowa                                                            555             8   472          42   437            190   885           537             8   366          35   989            166   478

Iron                                                            236             2   108           7   128          33      604           224             1   967          6    086          27      662
Jackson                                                         411             4   751          22   263         111      866           398             4   736         20    578         105      423
Jefferson                                                     1 825            30   762         168   853         725      949         1 787            30   698        158    993         687      260
Juneau                                                          615             8   507          43   522         180      329           573             7   639         36    346         156      232
Kenosha                                                       3 069            44   339         285   607       1 168      680         3 017            45   157        269    181       1 107      089

Kewaunee                                                        487             5   394          28   028         119      337           476             5   709         26    856         117      692
La Crosse                                                     2 931            54   778         296   069       1 304      821         2 914            52   822        281    081       1 245      722
Lafayette                                                       343             2   746          12   817          55      123           341             2   878         11    672          49      863
Langlade                                                        596             6   402          28   640         125      742           596             6   327         27    873         124      127
Lincoln                                                         808            10   131          50   919         219      259           778            10   508         50    228         220      986

Manitowoc                                                     1 858            31   563         186   835         814      940         1 836            30   922        171    184         754      741
Marathon                                                      3 350            59   331         380   390       1 613      331         3 296            56   704        330    817       1 414      379
Marinette                                                     1 039            15   271          89   401         393      704         1 010            14   406         82    215         355      676
Marquette                                                       352             2   973          15   360          64      372           337             2   650         12    409          53      198
Menominee                                                        87             1   676           7   527          32      034            98             1   649          7    212          28      933

Milwaukee                                                    21 779           473   271       3 445   062      14 132      506        21 733           465   194       3 101   491      13 263      874
Monroe                                                          863            12   197          63   111         262      576           827            11   806          60   347         252      194
Oconto                                                          850             8   200          38   947         173      804           826             7   924          37   704         164      310
Oneida                                                        1 547            15   336          81   531         351      370         1 537            15   011          74   163         329      023
Outagamie                                                     4 406            86   569         569   053       2 407      841         4 237            83   680         542   070       2 264      729

Ozaukee                                                       2 713            36   225         234   227       1 014      256         2 615            33   122        215    429            919   350
Pepin                                                           194             1   592           7   871          32      962           189             1   533          7    106             30   268
Pierce                                                          743             6   315          28   086         125      650           729             5   959         26    907            116   698
Polk                                                          1 052            11   507          58   231         231      241         1 043            10   195         45    091            196   547
Portage                                                       1 628            26   313         151   166         618      948         1 593            24   125        130    116            574   439

Price                                                           464             6   002          32   013         139      200           442             5   952         31    243         128      881
Racine                                                        4 231            75   298         513   710       2 136      302         4 180            72   345        477    865       1 984      143
Richland                                                        350             4   436          22   037          94      335           350             4   275         19    435          81      939
Rock                                                          3 318            58   672         394   109       1 694      692         3 257            58   064        368    475       1 571      333
Rusk                                                            360             4   203          18   838          83      061           366             4   204         17    418          75      280

St. Croix                                                     1 584            19   954         106   593         464      710         1 491            19   207         96    315         413      855
Sauk                                                          1 658            23   573         118   371         534      491         1 636            23   448        119    041         535      142
Sawyer                                                          600             4   274          17   348          83      412           589             4   745         19    591          88      675
Shawano                                                         892            10   265          42   595         187      212           877             9   804         42    984         183      109
Sheboygan                                                     2 580            52   290         334   307       1 402      841         2 493            51   278        300    492       1 274      108

Taylor                                                          477             7   063          36   648            161   130           465             6   810         34    970            159   809
Trempealeau                                                     737            10   004          46   932            219   970           711             9   557         42    148            182   578
Vernon                                                          662             5   777          23   061            103   344           655             5   848         22    416             95   545
Vilas                                                           798             4   154          15   720             74   628           791             4   042         14    722             72   717
Walworth                                                      2 575            34   238         174   041            766   275         2 511            32   925        163    749            722   656

Washburn                                                        551             4   249          16   573          74 813                537             3   980          15   039          66 134
Washington                                                    2 982            44   361         262   487       1 116 211              2 889            42   776         238   721       1 028 040
Waukesha                                                     12 198           201   678       1 440   064       6 180 161             11 753           200   593       1 360   217       5 807 470
Waupaca                                                       1 363            17   388          91   617         395 643              1 337            16   171          80   598         349 763
Waushara                                                        522             4   142          16   295          68 492                516             3   870          14   710          64 502
Winnebago                                                     3 794            79   409         580   188       2 379 383              3 783            78   700         542   896       2 220 342
Wood                                                          1 876            36   987         227   287         996 502              1 884            36   265         227   113         980 675

     Statewide                                                    13                419            3 229              14 393              12                 359           2 754               11 551

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




22      WISCONSIN                                                                                                                            COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                 U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.         Counties                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997
[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

        ADAMS
                 Total                                             2 306          10 208         47 608             278     169        57        33        10         5       3        1        –        –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing                (A)            (D)           (D)               2       2         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Construction                                               128            427          3 290              37      28         8         –         1         –       –        –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                              510          3 573         15 913              21       8         6         2         3         1       –        1        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      130            716          3 672              10       5         4         –         –         1       –        –        –        –
26      Paper and allied products                                      (E)            (D)               (D)           1       –         –         –         –         –       –        1        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                        142             985             4 435          29      22         3         3         –         1       –        –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                            176             751             3 374          14       8         2         2         –         2       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              163             679             3 134          11       6         2         1         –         2       –        –        –        –
           Retail trade                                               563          1 424              6 640          69      30        18        15         5         1       –        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                    (C)           (D)                (D)           7       1         1         3         1         1       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    250             334             1 783          34      13        11         7         3         –       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             234             306             1 648          24       4        10         7         3         –       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                        (B)            (D)           (D)              21      16         3         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  710          2 699         12 400              82      52        17         9         1         –       3        –        –        –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                               145            293          2 343              10       7         –         2         –         –       1        –        –        –
701      Hotels and motels                                            142            289          2 234               7       4         –         2         –         –       1        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               360          1 878              7 704          12       3         4         2         1         –       2        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                               (A)             (D)               (D)           3       3         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –


        ASHLAND
                 Total                                             7 116          33 259        147 523             577     338       104        78        33       12        8        3        1        –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing                40            139                661           9       7         –         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Construction                                               257          1 754              9 614          39      25         5         7         1         1       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                     129            913              4 081          23      15         2         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                           1 849          12 483         53 618              64      31         8         9         7         4       3        2        –        –
23      Apparel and other textile products                           104             244          1 282               4       1         1         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      906          4 060         16    664           41      23         5         4         4         2       2        1        –        –
242       Sawmills and planing mills                                  160            745          3    331            5       –         1         1         1         2       –        –        –        –
2421        Sawmills and planing mills, general                       160            745          3    331            5       –         1         1         1         2       –        –        –        –
243       Millwork, plywood and structural members                    448          1 993          8    109            4       –         –         –         2         –       1        1        –        –
26      Paper and allied products                                     (C)             (D)               (D)           1       –         –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
27      Printing and publishing                                       110             517             2 101           5       3         –         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                             (E)            (D)               (D)           3       –         1         1         –         –       –        1        –        –
           Transportation and public utilities                        281          2 057              8 756          39      23         8         5         3         –       –        –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                            168            930              4 002          23       9         8         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 110            629              2 579          13       5         3         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
           Retail trade                                            1 729           4 133         18 357             172      92        35        27        12         4       2        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                   (C)             (D)            (D)               4       2         –         –         1         –       1        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   252             672             2 937          16       8         5         –         2         –       1        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              240             639             2 750          12       5         4         –         2         –       1        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       215             950             3 885          26      11         9         3         3         –       –        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                    104             583             2 469           5       1         1         –         3         –       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   101             320             1 174          18       8         7         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    683             964             4 610          59      30         5        16         5         3       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             635             915             4 393          41      15         3        15         5         3       –        –        –        –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                          178             477             2 022          40      28         8         3         –         1       –        –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                        234          1 218              5 200          41      28         8         1         4         –       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       116            572              2 438           9       3         3         –         3         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                               2 558          10 545         47 268             183     116        32        22         5         3       3        1        1        –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                              123             247          1 309              12       8         –         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
701      Hotels and motels                                           123             247          1 309              12       8         –         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
80      Health services                                            1 205           7 227         32 685              39      16         9         7         2         1       3        1        –        –
801      Offices and clinics of medical doctors                      195           2 136         10 860              14       7         2         3         1         1       –        –        –        –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                        310           1 294          5 248               3       –         –         –         1         –       2        –        –        –
82      Educational services                                           (F)            (D)               (D)           3       1         –         –         1         –       –        –        1        –
83      Social services                                               194             574             2 491          18       9         3         5         –         1       –        –        –        –
832       Individual and family services                              138             445             1 917          10       4         2         3         –         1       –        –        –        –
86      Membership organizations                                      161            184               951           26      16         6         3         –         1       –        –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                      114            107               471           14       8         4         1         –         1       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                 –               –               47            7       7         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –

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

COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     WISCONSIN                23
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        BARRON

                 Total                                            15 298          73 020        317 612          1 263      691       283       162        79       21       19        6        1        1
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               75             245             1 326          20      15         1         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    (A)             (D)               (D)           2       2         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              518          2 599         16 049             129      95        21         9         4         –       –        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                     (C)             (D)              (D)          43      30         9         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
151      General building contractors                                 168             816             4 496          42      30         8         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                     318          1 599              9 168          80      60        12         5         3         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                          4 984          29 983        128 113              97      35        13        16        16         5       7        3        1        1
20      Food and kindred products                                  1 879          12 139         48 973              12       2         –         2         4         1       1        1        –        1
202       Dairy products                                             288           1 656          6 085               5       –         –         1         3         –       1        –        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      517          2 760         12 104              18       8         3         4         –         1       1        1        –        –
242       Sawmills and planing mills                                  155            700          2 843               4       –         –         3         –         –       1        –        –        –
243       Millwork, plywood and structural members                    341          1 982          9 012               8       4         1         1         –         1       –        1        –        –
27      Printing and publishing                                       106             440             2 061          10       4         2         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    505          2 745         11 507               6       –         1         2         2         –       –        1        –        –
308      Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                      505          2 745         11 507               6       –         1         2         2         –       –        1        –        –
32      Stone, clay, and glass products                               200          1 645              7 632           7       4         1         –         1         –       1        –        –        –
34      Fabricated metal products                                     876          5 324         23 635              10       4         –         1         1         2       1        –        1        –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                            452          2 483         10    473           18       7         4         –         5         1       1        –        –        –
352       Farm and garden machinery                                   100            568          2    254            3       –         –         –         3         –       –        –        –        –
3523        Farm machinery and equipment                              100            568          2    254            3       –         –         –         3         –       –        –        –        –
353       Construction and related machinery                          133            668          2    815            4       1         1         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
37      Transportation equipment                                      (C)             (D)               (D)           4       2         –         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
38      Instruments and related products                              (C)             (D)               (D)           1       –         –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       648          3 881         17 068              81      52         6        13         8         2       –        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      163             726             4 134          49      40         3         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                   163             726             4 134          49      40         3         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
48      Communication                                                 191          1 376              5 664          11       3         1         2         5         –       –        –        –        –
481      Telephone communication                                      116            972              3 969           8       3         1         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
4813       Telephone communications, exc. radio                       116            972              3 969           8       3         1         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          155          1 358              5 335           8       2         1         3         1         1       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                           905          5 064         21 271              82      37        22        16         6         –       –        1        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 572          3 541         14 352              45      24         9         9         2         –       –        1        –        –
501       Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                         114             572             2 529          13       6         1         5         1         –       –        –        –        –

51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              333          1 523              6 919          37      13        13         7         4         –       –        –        –        –
519       Misc. nondurable goods                                      121            500              2 457          16       7         6         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
5191        Farm supplies                                             104            472              2 285          12       5         4         2         1         –       –        –        –        –

            Retail trade                                           3 905          11 208         48 679             363     155       105        62        26       12        2        1        –        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                        229          1 137              5 388          25       8         9         6         1         1       –        –        –        –
525       Hardware stores                                             110            350              1 502           8       2         2         3         –         1       –        –        –        –

53      General merchandise stores                                    644          1 772              7 071          13       3         5         –         1         3       –        1        –        –
531       Department stores                                           582          1 575              6 196           4       –         –         –         –         3       –        1        –        –

54      Food stores                                                   622          1 543              6 876          34      10        10         6         4         3       1        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              534          1 350              5 985          21       6         4         4         3         3       1        –        –        –

55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       566          2 574         11 237              56      16        19        18         1         1       1        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                    179          1 106              4 968          12       2         2         6         1         1       –        –        –        –
553       Auto and home supply stores                                 121            593              2 474           5       1         3         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   195            591              2 598          26       7         9        10         –         –       –        –        –        –

56      Apparel and accessory stores                                  (C)             (D)               (D)          14       4         8         1         –         1       –        –        –        –

57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          106            467              1 966          27      17         9         1         –         –       –        –        –        –

58      Eating and drinking places                                 1 210           2 071              8 851         116      48        24        25        16         3       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                          1 071           1 809              7 810          75      17        15        24        16         3       –        –        –        –
5813        Drinking places                                          139             262              1 041          41      31         9         1         –         –       –        –        –        –

59      Miscellaneous retail                                          381          1 194              5 343          77      48        21         5         3         –       –        –        –        –
594       Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                         100            245              1 255          26      17         7         2         –         –       –        –        –        –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       459          3 105         12 616              87      55        19         9         4         –       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       287          2 164              8 611          24       7         5         8         4         –       –        –        –        –
602       Commercial banks                                            223          1 275              5 008          16       5         3         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.


24       WISCONSIN                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                      U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        BARRON Con.
            Services                                               3 802         16 929          72 299            398      241        96        33        15         2      10        1        –        –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                               140            246             1 483          26       18         2         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
701       Hotels and motels                                           106            177              961           15        9         2         2         2         –       –        –        –        –

72      Personal services                                             165            440             1 947          47       32        12         3         –         –       –        –        –        –

73      Business services                                             208            721             3 677          27       18         5         3         –         –       1        –        –        –

75      Auto repair, services, and parking                            141            600             2 583          39       28        10         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
753       Automotive repair shops                                     109            519             2 234          33       25         8         –         –         –       –        –        –        –

79      Amusement and recreation services                             135            310             1 854          22       14         5         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
799       Misc. amusement, recreation services                        113            264             1 613          16       10         3         1         2         –       –        –        –        –

80      Health services                                            1 847          9 972          43 861             68       29        18         8         3         2       7        1        –        –
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                      154         1 769              8 457          10        3         2         3         1         1       –        –        –        –
802       Offices and clinics of dentists                             113            510             2 581          17        6         8         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                        522         1 184              4 760          10        2         2         2         –         –       4        –        –        –
806       Hospitals                                                   748         4 123          18 118              3        –         –         –         –         –       2        1        –        –

82      Educational services                                          (C)            (D)               (D)           7        1         3         1         1         –       1        –        –        –

83      Social services                                               400         1 028              4 248          40       21         8         6         4         –       1        –        –        –
832       Individual and family services                              124            508             1 982          15       10         1         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
833       Job training and related services                           112            146              595            3        2         –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –

86      Membership organizations                                      297            559             2 363          64       39        20         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
866       Religious organizations                                     244            498             2 056          52       30        18         3         1         –       –        –        –        –

87      Engineering and management services                           120            738             3 245          21       12         6         2         1         –       –        –        –        –

            Unclassified establishments                               (A)            (D)               (D)           4        4         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –



        BAYFIELD

                 Total                                             2 150          7 269          34 925            418      292        71        31        20         3       1        –        –        –

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               27             46              178            8        7         –         –         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              163            602             3 756          68       58         9         –         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                             228         1 073              4 897          30       21         3         2         3         1       –        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       238         1 266              5 071          33       20         4         5         4         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                            54            224              978           10        3         6         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                              644         1 364              7 041         131       80        30        16         5         –       –        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   131            380             1 677          11        3         3         2         3         –       –        –        –        –

58      Eating and drinking places                                    313            415             2 536          64       39        16         7         2         –       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             257            307             2 066          42       20        13         7         2         –       –        –        –        –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       112            489             2 627          24       19         2         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  684         2 205          10 370            109       79        17         5         5         2       1        –        –        –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                               237            658             2 981          29       18         5         1         4         1       –        –        –        –
701       Hotels and motels                                           226            629             2 751          24       15         3         1         4         1       –        –        –        –

79      Amusement and recreation services                             136            415             2 542           9        6         1         1         –         –       1        –        –        –

80      Health services                                               118            466             1 998          10        6         2         1         –         1       –        –        –        –

            Unclassified establishments                                 –              –                7            5        5         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –



        BROWN

                 Total                                           120 475        813 473      3 404 530          6 054     2 868    1 192        903      669       232      129       37       13       11

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              436         1 870          11 373             80       50        16         9         5         –       –        –        –        –
07      Agricultural services                                         436         1 870          11 373             80       50        16         9         5         –       –        –        –        –
074       Veterinary services                                         158            941             4 523          20        8         6         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
078       Landscape and horticultural services                        197            720             5 868          47       34         8         3         2         –       –        –        –        –

            Mining                                                    113         1 186              4 704           5        1         1         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
14      Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels                            113         1 186              4 704           5        1         1         1         2         –       –        –        –        –

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

COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     WISCONSIN                25
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.          Counties                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        BROWN Con.
            Construction                                           6 099          43 998        207 600             757     465       148        79        50       10        3        2        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                 1 317          10 260         45 220             176     116        24        21        11         3       1        –        –        –
151      General building contractors                              1 282          10 076         44 074             166     108        24        19        11         3       1        –        –        –
16      Heavy construction, except building                           373          3 244         21 843              31      11         9         4         6         1       –        –        –        –
162      Heavy construction, except highway                           304          2 750         14 336              22       6         7         3         5         1       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                  4 409          30 494        140    537          550     338       115        54        33         6       2        2        –        –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                      1 272          11 658         44    503           94      49        20        13         8         2       1        1        –        –
172       Painting and paper hanging                                 189             899          4    217           49      35        10         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
173       Electrical work                                            772           6 949         28    427           53      28        12         5         6         1       –        1        –        –
174       Masonry, stonework, and plastering                         521           2 556         16    947           89      52        21        11         5         –       –        –        –        –
1741        Masonry and other stonework                              146             915          8    674           27      15         8         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
1742        Plastering, drywall, and insulation                      343           1 452          7    347           52      29        12         7         4         –       –        –        –        –
175       Carpentry and floor work                                   568           2 830         13    207           82      56        14         7         4         –       1        –        –        –
1751        Carpentry work                                           226             953          4    276           55      39        10         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
1752        Floor laying and floor work, n.e.c.                      342           1 877          8    927           26      16         4         3         2         –       1        –        –        –
176       Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                      242             906          5    266           38      24        10         1         2         1       –        –        –        –
177       Concrete work                                              236           1 004          9    143           65      47        14         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
179       Misc. special trade contractors                            575           3 417         17    433           71      42        10        11         6         2       –        –        –        –
1794        Excavation work                                          200             949          5    978           32      22         3         4         3         –       –        –        –        –
1796        Installing building equipment, n.e.c.                    102             792          3    725            6       2         1         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
1799        Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                        251           1 547          7    101           27      14         4         5         3         1       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                         26 865        261 714       1 099 165             403      96        60        68        78       49       30       11        8        3
20      Food and kindred products                                  4 926          31   219      124    985           42       8         6         6         5         6       5        4        1        1
201       Meat products                                            2 689          15   695       62    101            9       2         –         1         1         2       1        –        1        1
202       Dairy products                                             743           6   424       26    609           12       1         2         3         2         2       1        1        –        –
2022        Cheese, natural and processed                            503           4   167       18    012            7       –         2         1         2         1       –        1        –        –
203       Preserved fruits and vegetables                            541           3   616       19    996            6       –         1         1         1         1       1        1        –        –
208       Beverages                                                  170               717        2    352            4       1         1         –         1         –       1        –        –        –
23      Apparel and other textile products                             (E)             (D)              (D)           8       6         –         –         –         1       1        –        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      929          5 479         23    204           37      10         5         7        10         4       1        –        –        –
243       Millwork, plywood and structural members                    709          4 158         18    123           20       4         2         4         5         4       1        –        –        –
2431        Millwork                                                  117            671          3    001            4       1         –         –         3         –       –        –        –        –
2434        Wood kitchen cabinets                                     433          2 602         10    916           13       3         2         3         2         2       1        –        –        –
244       Wood containers                                             129            757          2    644            9       3         1         2         3         –       –        –        –        –
25      Furniture and fixtures                                     1 112          12 823         52 699               6       3         –         –         –         1       1        –        1        –
26      Paper and allied products                                  8 475        107    748      452    975           32       3         1         3         6         5       5        4        3        2
262       Paper mills                                              1 637         18    951       78    140            3       –         –         –         –         –       –        2        1        –
267       Misc. converted paper products                           6 031         80    552      340    872           21       3         1         3         4         1       4        1        2        2
2671        Paper coated and laminated, packaging                    278          2    379        9    658            3       –         –         1         –         –       2        –        –        –
27      Printing and publishing                                    2 327          16   462       71    079           59      19         9        14         5         6       4        1        1        –
271       Newspapers                                                 505           2   354       10    253            8       2         2         2         –         –       1        1        –        –
275       Commercial printing                                      1 635          12   283       55    969           38      12         6         8         3         5       3        –        1        –
2759         Commercial printing, n.e.c.                             900           8   067       37    567           11       3         2         2         –         2       1        –        1        –
276       Manifold business forms                                    103           1   299        2    421            4       1         1         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
28      Chemicals and allied products                                 245          1 935              8 428           8       1         1         –         3         3       –        –        –        –
285      Paints and allied products                                   140            974              4 259           4       –         1         –         1         2       –        –        –        –
30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    237          1 386              5 686          14       1         5         3         4         1       –        –        –        –
32      Stone, clay, and glass products                               277          2 062         11 102              19       6         2         4         7         –       –        –        –        –
3272        Concrete products, n.e.c.                                 114          1 066          4 970               7       2         2         –         3         –       –        –        –        –
33      Primary metal industries                                      318          2 606         12 196               7       1         2         –         1         2       1        –        –        –
34      Fabricated metal products                                     965          7 480         33    989           31       6         4         6         7         4       4        –        –        –
344       Fabricated structural metal products                        426          3 378         15    134           14       2         3         2         3         3       1        –        –        –
3441        Fabricated structural metal                               118            963          3    780            3       –         –         –         2         1       –        –        –        –
3444        Sheet metalwork                                           196          1 580          7    328            5       2         –         –         1         1       1        –        –        –
346       Metal forgings and stampings                                291          1 891          8    452            3       –         –         –         –         1       2        –        –        –
347       Metal services, n.e.c.                                      144          1 437          6    807            4       1         –         –         2         –       1        –        –        –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                         4 004          39 780        177    085           96      22        21        16        18       13        4        1        1        –
354       Metalworking machinery                                     137           1 096          4    784           13       4         6         1         2        –        –        –        –        –
355       Special industry machinery                               1 801          20 223         89    706           26       5         2         4         6        8        –        –        1        –
3554        Paper industries machinery                               616           6 406         26    518           13       1         2         1         3        6        –        –        –        –
3556        Food products machinery                                  114             812          4    205            4       –         –         2         2        –        –        –        –        –
356       General industrial machinery                             1 123          11 066         47    389           12       3         1         1         2        1        3        1        –        –
359       Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                               660           4 918         24    102           38       9        10        10         6        3        –        –        –        –
3599        Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                             660           4 918         24    102           38       9        10        10         6        3        –        –        –        –
37      Transportation equipment                                       (F)             (D)              (D)           5       2         –         1         –         1       –        –        1        –

38      Instruments and related products                              243          2 053              8 446           5       1         1         1         1         –       1        –        –        –

39      Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                       209           1 203          5 627              14       4         2         3         5         –       –        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                               1 333          19 658         71 577              12       1         –         1         4         2       3        1        –        –

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


26       WISCONSIN                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                      U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.         Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

       BROWN Con.
           Transportation and public utilities                     9 581         88 283         347      573          332    175       47        39        35       19       10        5        –        2
41     Local and interurban passenger transit                        628          1 644           6      930           20      8        1         1         6        3        1        –        –        –
411      Local and suburban transportation                           164            351           1      494            9      5        –         –         3        1        –        –        –        –
4119       Local passenger transportation, n.e.c.                    164            351           1      494            9      5        –         –         3        1        –        –        –        –
42     Trucking and warehousing                                    5 579         52 857         207      560          208    120       21        29        19       10        4        4        –        1
421      Trucking and courier services, except air                 5 375         51 615         202      605          197    117       18        26        19        8        4        4        –        1
422      Public warehousing and storage                              204          1 242           4      955           11      3        3         3         –        2        –        –        –        –
45     Transportation by air                                          (C)            (D)                  (D)          11      4        –         4         3        –        –        –        –        –
47     Transportation services                                       421          3 220          12      790           32     17       10         2         2        –        –        1        –        –
472      Passenger transportation arrangement                        152            735           2      934           23     10        9         2         2        –        –        –        –        –
4724       Travel agencies                                           127            582           2      131           18      8        7         1         2        –        –        –        –        –
48     Communication                                               1 169          9 415          39      111           37     12        9         2         4        6        4        –        –        –
4813       Telephone communications, exc. radio                      298          3 081          13      159           17      8        3         2         3        –        1        –        –        –
483      Radio and television broadcasting                           632          4 810          20      089           13      2        4         –         1        3        3        –        –        –
49     Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          (G)             (D)                  (D)          17      9        5         –         1        –        1        –        –        1
495      Sanitary services                                           162          1 215              4   982           12      6        5         –         –        –        1        –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                         7 735         60   493       249      498          556    235      116        96        74       27        8        –        –        –
50     Wholesale trade durable goods                               5 186         42   245       171      575          382    156       80        68        57       17        4        –        –        –
501      Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                       1 018          7   073        29      086           52     16       12         9         8        6        1        –        –        –
5012       Automobiles and other motor vehicles                      376          2   654        11      483           11      3        –         –         5        3        –        –        –        –
5013       Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                      386          2   294         9      786           28     10        7         7         1        3        –        –        –        –
5014       Tires and tubes                                           163          1   534         5      471            5      1        2         –         1        –        1        –        –        –
502      Furniture and homefurnishings                               135              855         3      571           18     10        2         5         1        –        –        –        –        –
503      Lumber and construction materials                           367          2   757        12      572           31     10       10         6         4        1        –        –        –        –
5031       Lumber, plywood, and millwork                             258          2   061         9      299           15      3        5         3         3        1        –        –        –        –
504      Professional and commercial equipment                       749          7   413        26      576           42     16        8         5         9        4        –        –        –        –
5045       Computers, peripherals and software                       266          3   532        11      858           10      5        1         –         2        2        –        –        –        –
5047       Medical and hospital equipment                            244          2   411         8      263           15      6        1         3         4        1        –        –        –        –
5048       Ophthalmic goods                                          120              567         2      497            3      –        1         –         1        1        –        –        –        –
505      Metals and minerals, except petroleum                       139          1   278         4      771           13      6        3         1         2        1        –        –        –        –
5051       Metals service centers and offices                        123          1   128         4      046           10      4        3         –         2        1        –        –        –        –
506      Electrical goods                                            495          3   757        15      270           46     19       12         4        11        –        –        –        –        –
5063       Electrical apparatus and equipment                        362          2   984        11      734           31     12        7         4         8        –        –        –        –        –
5065       Electronic parts and equipment                            118              681         3      121           12      6        3         –         3        –        –        –        –        –
507      Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment                    644          4   845        19      991           41     19        6         9         5        –        2        –        –        –
5072       Hardware                                                  421          2   929        11      749           14      7        –         3         2        –        2        –        –        –
5074       Plumbing and hydronic heating supplies                    105              796         3      985           15      8        2         4         1        –        –        –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                        1 182         11   333        47      002          101     41       24        19        12        5        –        –        –        –
5082       Construction and mining machinery                         152          1   481         6      386            8      3        –         3         1        1        –        –        –        –
5083       Farm and garden machinery                                 102              653         2      787           10      4        –         5         1        –        –        –        –        –
5084       Industrial machinery and equipment                        713          7   192        29      452           57     22       17         7         7        4        –        –        –        –
5085       Industrial supplies                                       153          1   612         6      735           16      6        5         3         2        –        –        –        –        –
509      Miscellaneous durable goods                                 457          2   934        12      736           38     19        3        10         5        –        1        –        –        –
5093       Scrap and waste materials                                 255          1   485         6      531           15      6        1         5         2        –        1        –        –        –
51     Wholesale trade nondurable goods                            2 379         16   185        69      828          169     77       36        27        17        8        4        –        –        –
511      Paper and paper products                                    429          3   291        13      664           23      9        6         3         4        –        1        –        –        –
5112       Stationery and office supplies                            309          2   088         7      537           14      5        4         2         2        –        1        –        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                              774          4   882        21      010           43     20        9         6         3        3        2        –        –        –
5143       Dairy products, exc. dried or canned                      249          1   141         5      417           11      5        4         1         –        –        1        –        –        –
5149       Groceries and related products, n.e.c.                    300          2   254         8      825           16      9        2         1         1        2        1        –        –        –
516      Chemicals and allied products                               178          1   635         6      707           20      9        3         4         4        –        –        –        –        –
5169       Chemicals and allied products, n.e.c.                     151          1   454         5      858           16      7        2         3         4        –        –        –        –        –
517      Petroleum and petroleum products                            181          1   172         5      516           15      8        2         2         2        1        –        –        –        –
5171       Petroleum bulk stations and terminals                     181          1   172         5      516           15      8        2         2         2        1        –        –        –        –
518      Beer, wine, and distilled beverages                         149          1   306         5      616            4      –        –         1         1        2        –        –        –        –
5181       Beer and ale                                              149          1   306         5      616            4      –        –         1         1        2        –        –        –        –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                      446          2   693        11      854           49     22       12        11         2        2        –        –        –        –
5191       Farm supplies                                             194          1   152         5      179           17      4        7         5         –        1        –        –        –        –
5199       Nondurable goods, n.e.c.                                  108              512         2      468           16     10        3         2         –        1        –        –        –        –
––     Administrative and auxiliary                                  170          2   063         8      095            5      2        –         1         –        2        –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                          24 374         80 140         352      866       1 409     545      315       245      205        57       36        5        1        –
52     Building materials and garden supplies                      1 181          6 494          26      107          62      23       13        12        9         1        4        –        –        –
521      Lumber and other building materials                         880          5 229          19      919          29       9        5         5        5         1        4        –        –        –
523      Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores                          102            512           2      271          16       9        4         2        1         –        –        –        –        –
525      Hardware stores                                             103            423           1      693           8       3        –         3        2         –        –        –        –        –
53     General merchandise stores                                  3 425         10 179          42      915          27       3        1         1        2         2       15        3        –        –
531      Department stores                                         2 945          8 508          35      390          17       –        –         –        –         1       13        3        –        –
54     Food stores                                                 2 708          7 619          30      846          93      33       19        14        9        12        4        2        –        –
541      Grocery stores                                            2 365          6 741          27      230          47      12        5         5        8        11        4        2        –        –
546      Retail bakeries                                             140            289           1      143          22      11        5         6        –         –        –        –        –        –
55     Automotive dealers and service stations                     2 860         13 790          61      538          190     55       57        47        22         5       4        –        –        –
551      New and used car dealers                                  1 331          8 781          39      252           21      3        –         –         9         5       4        –        –        –
552      Used car dealers                                            132            628           2      532           31     19       10         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
553      Auto and home supply stores                                 239          1 048           4      575           25      6       11         5         3         –       –        –        –        –
554      Gasoline service stations                                   986          2 570          11      279           93     20       29        35         9         –       –        –        –        –

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

COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     WISCONSIN                27
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        BROWN Con.
            Retail trade     Con.
56      Apparel and accessory stores                                   (F)              (D)             (D)         110      48        33        22         7         –       –        –        –        –
562       Women’s clothing stores                                     252              510            2 164          26       4         9        12         1         –       –        –        –        –
565       Family clothing stores                                      140              317            1 405          17       8         5         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
566       Shoe stores                                                 176              365            1 540          31      18        10         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          893          3   983       17    143          115      57        39        11         6         1       1        –        –        –
571       Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        457          2   120        8    810           61      29        22         5         4         1       –        –        –        –
5712        Furniture stores                                          234          1   195        4    912           24       6        12         4         1         1       –        –        –        –
573       Radio, television, and computer stores                      378          1   522        6    860           41      19        14         6         1         –       1        –        –        –
5731        Radio, TV, and electronic stores                          200              662        3    609           17       8         6         2         –         –       1        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                 8 823          16 126         68 905             493     175        63        92      124        32        7        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                          8 077          14 916         63 647             356      79        42        81      116        31        7        –        –        –
5813        Drinking places                                          719           1 172          5 074             133      93        21        11        7         1        –        –        –        –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                       2 355           8 161         34    456          312     149        90        46        24         3       –        –        –        –
591       Drug stores and proprietary stores                         498           1 874          7    706           27       7         5         5         8         2       –        –        –        –
592       Liquor stores                                              146             379          1    546           33      20         9         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
594       Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                        974           2 810         11    561          135      54        48        25         8         –       –        –        –        –
5941        Sporting goods and bicycle shops                         266             812          3    349           33      13        11         6         3         –       –        –        –        –
5944        Jewelry stores                                           179             638          2    773           30      11        12         7         –         –       –        –        –        –
5945        Hobby, toy, and game shops                               167             442          1    977           16       7         4         2         3         –       –        –        –        –
5947        Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                        253             591          2    279           33      10        14         7         2         –       –        –        –        –
596       Nonstore retailers                                         314           1 601          7    054           34      18         6         6         3         1       –        –        –        –
5962        Merchandising machine operators                          103             579          2    567            5       1         1         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
5963        Direct selling establishments                            138             667          3    030           19       9         5         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
599       Retail stores, n.e.c.                                      332           1 264          5    512           65      38        18         7         2         –       –        –        –        –
5999        Miscellaneous retail stores, n.e.c.                      173             618          2    657           35      20        11         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                 (G)              (D)              (D)            7       2         –         –         2         1       1        –        1        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                    9 814          79 111        290 339             572     341        90        84        42         6       2        4        1        2
60      Depository institutions                                    1 670          11   910       41    827           97      14        36        27        15         3       1        1        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                          1 093           8   510       29    039           49       4        17        15        10         1       1        1        –        –
603      Savings institutions                                        285           1   944        6    922           23       1        14         5         2         1       –        –        –        –
606      Credit unions                                               256           1   277        5    258           21       7         4         7         2         1       –        –        –        –
61      Nondepository institutions                                    239          1 900              8 995          37      27         4         4         1         1       –        –        –        –
616      Mortgage bankers and brokers                                 158          1 324              6 545          20      14         2         3         –         1       –        –        –        –
62      Security and commodity brokers                                262          3 841         13 656              36      26         2         4         3         1       –        –        –        –
621       Security brokers and dealers                                220          3 686         12 971              26      18         1         4         2         1       –        –        –        –
63      Insurance carriers                                         5 929          50 259        175 941              69      32         7        15         9         –       –        3        1        2
631       Life insurance                                             826           4 828         18 887              13       5         –         4         2         –       –        2        –        –
64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        734          5 325         22 363             151     116        19         9         6         –       1        –        –        –
65      Real estate                                                   783          3 352         15    182          165     116        22        22         5         –       –        –        –        –
651      Real estate operators and lessors                            292          1 081          4    185           56      37         9         9         1         –       –        –        –        –
653      Real estate agents and managers                              322          1 510          7    027           85      64        11         8         2         –       –        –        –        –
654      Title abstract offices                                       130            595          3    196            8       1         1         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
67      Holding and other investment offices                          197          2 524         12 375              17      10         –         3         3         1       –        –        –        –
671      Holding offices                                              179          2 381         10 437               9       3         –         2         3         1       –        –        –        –
            Services                                              35 457        196 676         841 118          1 918      938       399       282      178        64       40       10        3        4
70      Hotels and other lodging places                            1 706           4 204         16 995              37      10         2         7        10         3       3        2        –        –
701      Hotels and motels                                         1 698           4 179         16 843              34       8         1         7        10         3       3        2        –        –
72      Personal services                                          1 457           4 763         21    106          213     122        63        19         4         3       2        –        –        –
721       Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                    529           1 938          9    105           46      25        14         3         1         1       2        –        –        –
7216        Drycleaning plants, except rug                           133             390          1    618           11       3         6         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
7218        Industrial launderers                                    278           1 249          6    044            3       –         1         –         –         –       2        –        –        –
723       Beauty shops                                               538           1 492          6    493          104      56        36        10         1         1       –        –        –        –
729       Miscellaneous personal services                            230             618          2    123           31      23         3         2         2         1       –        –        –        –
7291        Tax return preparation services                          146             339               919           12       8         2         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
73      Business services                                          8 631          37 684        162    995          312     150        51        34        41       15       15        4        1        1
731       Advertising                                                178           1 513          5    531           15       8         2         2         2        1        –        –        –        –
733       Mailing, reproduction, stenographic                        188             884          4    274           29      20         3         4         1        1        –        –        –        –
734       Services to buildings                                      985           1 704          7    288           59      29        11         7         8        3        –        1        –        –
735       Misc. equipment rental and leasing                         196           1 366          5    777           26      12         8         4         2        –        –        –        –        –
736       Personnel supply services                                3 701          17 462         72    858           43      12         5         3         8        2       10        2        –        1
7361        Employment agencies                                      427           2 158          9    134           11       4         3         1         1        –        2        –        –        –
7363        Help supply services                                   3 274          15 304         63    724           32       8         2         2         7        2        8        2        –        1
737       Computer and data processing services                      856           6 898         32    755           59      33        10         6         7        2        –        1        –        –
7371        Computer programming services                            199           2 166         12    033           18      11         3         1         2        1        –        –        –        –
7374        Data processing and preparation                          411           2 855         12    068           13       6         2         1         3        –        –        1        –        –
7375        Information retrieval services                           122             831          3    574            5       1         2         –         1        1        –        –        –        –
738       Miscellaneous business services                          2 460           7 499         32    826           75      34        11         6        12        6        5        –        1        –
7381        Detective and armored car services                       757           1 840          8    016           19       5         1         2         5        4        2        –        –        –
7389        Business services, n.e.c.                              1 615           5 308         23    306           45      24         6         3         6        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.


28       WISCONSIN                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                      U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.          Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        BROWN Con.
            Services Con.
75      Auto repair, services, and parking                         1 068           4 214         17    966          155      85        45        13        10        2        –        –        –        –
753       Automotive repair shops                                    487           2 523         10    810          104      66        29         5         4        –        –        –        –        –
7532        Top and body repair and paint shops                      163             871          3    742           35      23         8         3         1        –        –        –        –        –
7538        General automotive repair shops                          237           1 135          4    883           52      35        13         1         3        –        –        –        –        –
754       Automotive services, except repair                         419           1 017          4    299           35      12        13         5         3        2        –        –        –        –
7542        Carwashes                                                320             716          2    949           19       8         3         3         3        2        –        –        –        –
76      Miscellaneous repair services                                479           2 830         12    487           75      48        15         9         1        2        –        –        –        –
762       Electrical repair shops                                    139             729          3    312           25      18         2         4         1        –        –        –        –        –
769       Miscellaneous repair shops                                 325           2 045          8    944           45      27        11         5         –        2        –        –        –        –
78      Motion pictures                                              298             759          3    310           31       7        10        10         4        –        –        –        –        –
783       Motion picture theaters                                    123             152               863            8       –         2         3         3        –        –        –        –        –
784       Video tape rental                                          124             219               927           17       4         8         5         –        –        –        –        –        –
79      Amusement and recreation services                          1 090          21 848         78    588           77      43         7        14         6        5        2        –        –        –
7991        Physical fitness facilities                              119             405          1    629            6       3         –         1         1        1        –        –        –        –
7997        Membership sports and recreation clubs                   402             894          4    242           14       7         2         –         1        3        1        –        –        –
80      Health services                                           11 042          77 890        342    902          344     140        82        53        36       16       11        2        2        2
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                   1 561          21 339        107    644           80      23        18        12        21        3        3        –        –        –
802       Offices and clinics of dentists                            807           5 689         28    313           92      24        35        27         6        –        –        –        –        –
804       Offices of other health practitioners                      318           1 645          7    782           75      49        19         7         –        –        –        –        –        –
8041        Offices and clinics of chiropractors                     137             654          2    890           38      27        10         1         –        –        –        –        –        –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                     1 682           7 195         30    623           42      22         2         3         1        7        6        1        –        –
806       Hospitals                                                5 064          35 062        138    709            5       –         –         –         –        –        1        1        1        2
807       Medical and dental laboratories                            188             982          4    392           11       7         –         2         1        –        1        –        –        –
808       Home health care services                                  319           1 103          4    919            9       2         –         1         3        3        –        –        –        –
809       Health and allied services, n.e.c.                       1 041           4 381         18    298           23       9         6         1         3        3        –        –        1        –
81      Legal services                                               513           4 743         24    085           84      53        15        11         4        1        –        –        –        –
82      Educational services                                       2 403           6 502         28    253           39      13         4         8         6        7        –        –        –        1
821       Elementary and secondary schools                           655           2 171          8    686           16       –         –         5         6        5        –        –        –        –
83      Social services                                            2 218           6 785         28    332          152      60        24        41        23        1        2        1        –        –
832       Individual and family services                           1 084           2 994         12    704           44      22         4         9         5        1        2        1        –        –
835       Child day care services                                    694           2 192          8    522           61      22         8        17        14        –        –        –        –        –
836       Residential care                                           328           1 103          4    603           26       3         8        11         4        –        –        –        –        –
86      Membership organizations                                   2 142           5 617         22    683          190      82        51        34        18        3        2        –        –        –
863       Labor organizations                                        413             652          2    615           42      18        15         4         4        1        –        –        –        –
864       Civic and social associations                              287             573          2    410           24      15         2         5         1        –        1        –        –        –
866       Religious organizations                                  1 290           3 887         15    684          109      39        33        25         9        2        1        –        –        –
87      Engineering and management services                        1 963          16 414         70    954          188     114        26        25        14        6        3        –        –        –
871       Engineering and architectural services                     950          10 482         44    571           61      35         6         9         5        4        2        –        –        –
8711        Engineering services                                     742           8 298         35    414           42      22         5         7         4        2        2        –        –        –
8712        Architectural services                                   197           2 152          8    982           13       7         1         2         1        2        –        –        –        –
872       Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                      430           3 121         14    027           49      28        10         6         4        –        1        –        –        –
873       Research and testing services                              250             862          3    832           15       4         2         5         3        1        –        –        –        –
8734        Testing laboratories                                     165             621          2    665            8       2         1         3         1        1        –        –        –        –
874       Management and public relations                            333           1 949          8    524           63      47         8         5         2        1        –        –        –        –
8741        Management services                                      246           1 245          5    348           25      14         4         4         2        1        –        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                 325           2 122          8    883            5       2         1         1         –        –        –        1        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                 1               2              294           22      22         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –


        BUFFALO
                 Total                                             3 551          20 722         91 833             332     215        58        33        16         8       1        –        –        1
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing                (B)           (D)            (D)              11       9         –         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Construction                                                (C)           (D)            (D)              40      31         7         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                              311          2 274         11 347              18       7         3         3         3         2       –        –        –        –
20      Food and kindred products                                     156          1 454          7 856               4       –         –         1         2         1       –        –        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      116             640             2 720          10       6         2         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
242       Sawmills and planing mills                                  104             584             2 538           5       2         1         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
2421        Sawmills and planing mills, general                       104             584             2 538           5       2         1         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                    1 405          11 776         50 584              28      16         8         1         1         –       1        –        –        1
42      Trucking and warehousing                                     (G)             (D)            (D)              18      12         4         1         –         –       –        –        –        1
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          (C)             (D)               (D)           2       –         –         –         1         –       1        –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                            256          1 317              5 613          24      14         2         5         2         1       –        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 119            776              3 119          11       5         1         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              (C)             (D)               (D)          12       8         1         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
           Retail trade                                               563             999             4 422          81      47        15        13         6         –       –        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   116             285             1 154          13       5         5         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    320             399             1 825          41      24         5         7         5         –       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             272             339             1 547          22       8         3         6         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                                                                                                                                                     WISCONSIN                29
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.         Counties                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        BUFFALO Con.
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       144            716          3    051           28      17         7         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  723          3 054         13    381          100      72        16         4         3         5       –        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               463          2 124          9    329           18       7         2         3         1         5       –        –        –        –
802      Offices and clinics of dentists                              117            902          3    960            7       4         1         1         –         1       –        –        –        –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                         241            798          3    613            4       –         –         –         1         3       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                               (A)             (D)               (D)           2       2         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –


        BURNETT
                 Total                                             3 251          15 237         63 022             424     272        89        32        19         7       4        1        –        –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing                (B)            (D)           (D)              10       7         2         –         1         –       –        –        –        –
           Construction                                               167            773          4 373              65      53         9         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                              998          7 171         26 659              47      20        14         5         2         3       2        1        –        –
20      Food and kindred products                                      (C)            (D)           (D)               2       1         –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      170             645             3 102          19       9         7         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
34      Fabricated metal products                                      (E)            (D)               (D)           3       1         1         –         –         –       –        1        –        –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                            228          1 838              7 465          10       3         2         1         2         1       1        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       171            933              4 066          19      10         2         5         1         1       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                            (B)            (D)               (D)          10       8         2         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                              781          2 133              9 726         125      68        34        15         7         1       –        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   195            542              2 177          11       5         –         1         4         1       –        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              195            542              2 177          11       5         –         1         4         1       –        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       153             532             2 479          18       7         4         7         –         –       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    244             391             1 853          53      30        17         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             147             219             1 098          28      15         9         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       119            563          2 522              24      16         6         –         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  939          3 314         14 107             121      87        20         5         5         2       2        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               414          1 666              6 570          14       6         4         –         1         1       2        –        –        –
83      Social services                                               162             810             3 478          13       6         4         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
832       Individual and family services                              141             747             3 272           8       3         3         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                               (A)             (D)               (D)           3       3         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –


        CALUMET

                 Total                                            12 795          72 326        308 310             797     441       148       106        66       22        9        2        2        1
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              (B)             (D)               (D)          14      11         2         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    (B)             (D)               (D)           3       1         1         –         –         1       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              619          3 356         19 268             125      86        21        12         6         –       –        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                    159             768             4 423          29      18         7         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
151      General building contractors                                 159             768             4 423          29      18         7         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                     409          2 242         12 609              91      66        14         7         4         –       –        –        –        –
172       Painting and paper hanging                                  108            465          2 427              12       7         1         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                          6 365          48 169        196 458              68      18        11         7        18         6       4        1        2        1
20      Food and kindred products                                     545          4 563         26    238           13       2         1         1         7         1       1        –        –        –
202       Dairy products                                              114            646          3    304            3       –         –         –         3         –       –        –        –        –
2022        Cheese, natural and processed                             114            646          3    304            3       –         –         –         3         –       –        –        –        –
204       Grain mill products                                         312          2 902         17    990            3       –         –         –         2         –       1        –        –        –
2048        Prepared feeds, n.e.c.                                    312          2 902         17    990            3       –         –         –         2         –       1        –        –        –
30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                     (E)            (D)               (D)           1       –         –         –         –         –       –        1        –        –
33      Primary metal industries                                   1 118          11 940         46 555               3       –         –         –         –         2       –        –        1        –
34      Fabricated metal products                                     303          1 564              7 298           8       3         2         –         1         –       2        –        –        –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                         3 562          26 204         98 403              18       4         2         4         3         2       1        –        1        1
359       Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                               119             725          3 346               9       3         1         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       369          1 668              7 190          52      29        13         5         5         –       –        –        –        –
41      Local and interurban passenger transit                        120             348             1 552           6       –         2         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      192             909             3 827          35      24         6         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                   192             909             3 827          35      24         6         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                           497          2 893         12 797              51      28         9         9         4         –       1        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 371          2 238              9 904          28      14         5         5         3         –       1        –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           161          1 108              4 803          11       3         –         5         3         –       –        –        –        –
5083       Farm and garden machinery                                  146          1 044              4 496           7       –         –         4         3         –       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              (C)             (D)               (D)          22      13         4         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       WISCONSIN                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                      U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.          Counties                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        CALUMET Con.
           Retail trade                                            2 614           5 992         25 999             171      76        25        35        21       12          1       1        –       –
53      General merchandise stores                                   175             437          1 955               3       –         –         –         1        2          –       –        –       –
54      Food stores                                                   841          1 960              8 080          21       5         3         4         4         3         1       1        –       –
541       Grocery stores                                              771          1 755              7 503          17       4         2         3         4         2         1       1        –       –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       319          1 179              5 364          30      11         7         7         4         1         –       –        –       –
551       New and used car dealers                                    145            740              3 513           6       1         –         1         3         1         –       –        –       –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   128            248                981          14       4         4         5         1         –         –       –        –       –
58      Eating and drinking places                                 1 040           1 505              6 694          75      34         9        16        10         6         –       –        –       –
5812        Eating places                                            978           1 407              6 252          56      18         8        15         9         6         –       –        –       –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                        324          1 604              6 840          72      49        14         7         2         –         –       –        –       –
60      Depository institutions                                       201          1 120              4 517          23       7         8         6         2         –         –       –        –       –
602      Commercial banks                                             138            782              3 134          14       5         3         4         2         –         –       –        –       –
            Services                                               1 888           8 056         35 583             240     142        52        30        10         3         3       –        –       –
73      Business services                                            130             428          1 874              26      15         9         1         1         –         –       –        –       –
79      Amusement and recreation services                             137             342             1 790          22      13         4         4         1         –         –       –        –       –
80      Health services                                               525          3 061         13 530              41      19        11         7         1         1         2       –        –       –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                         198            838          3 444               4       –         –         2         –         1         1       –        –       –
82      Educational services                                          168             636             2 606           8       2         –         2         3         1         –       –        –       –
821       Elementary and secondary schools                            168             636             2 606           8       2         –         2         3         1         –       –        –       –
83      Social services                                               185             488             1 984          17       8         3         5         –         1         –       –        –       –
86      Membership organizations                                      361             591             2 403          46      22        13         7         4         –         –       –        –       –
863      Labor organizations                                          113             110               458           9       3         –         4         2         –         –       –        –       –
866      Religious organizations                                      192             456             1 844          31      15        12         3         1         –         –       –        –       –
87      Engineering and management services                           174          1 747              8 016          12       9         1         1         –         –         1       –        –       –
            Unclassified establishments                               (A)             (D)               (D)           1       1         –         –         –         –         –       –        –       –


        CHIPPEWA
                 Total                                            17 058          97 128        418 096          1 224      694       227       144        97       27        29        3        2       1
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              101             447             1 826          16       8         5         1         2         –         –       –        –       –
07      Agricultural services                                         101             447             1 826          16       8         5         1         2         –         –       –        –       –
           Construction                                               533          3 690         26 281             131      98        22         6         5         –         –       –        –       –
15      General contractors and operative builders                    132            860          3 934              43      35         6         1         1         –         –       –        –       –
151      General building contractors                                 114            777          3 383              36      30         4         1         1         –         –       –        –       –
17      Special trade contractors                                     335          2 447         14 023              77      56        14         4         3         –         –       –        –       –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                         122            943          4 672              13       8         2         –         3         –         –       –        –       –
           Manufacturing                                           6 157          48 547        201 903             120      33        20        24        14       12        14        1        1       1
20      Food and kindred products                                    390           2 245          9 718               9       3         1         2         –        1         2        –        –       –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      295          1 248              7 437          17       9         2         3         2         –         1       –        –       –
25      Furniture and fixtures                                        294          1 517              5 831           6       2         1         1         –         –         2       –        –       –
26      Paper and allied products                                     295          2 338              9 661           5       –         –         1         2         –         2       –        –       –
27      Printing and publishing                                       126             354             1 606           9       2         3         3         –         1         –       –        –       –
28      Chemicals and allied products                                 (C)             (D)               (D)           1       –         –         –         –         –         1       –        –       –
30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    697          5 585         22 212               8       1         –         2         –         3         1       1        –       –
308      Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                      697          5 585         22 212               8       1         –         2         –         3         1       1        –       –
3089       Plastics products, n.e.c.                                  120            765          3 249               4       1         –         2         –         1         –       –        –       –
31      Leather and leather products                                   (F)            (D)               (D)           2       –         –         –         1         –         –       –        1       –
34      Fabricated metal products                                     497          4 022         17 378              14       5         2         2         2         1         2       –        –       –
344       Fabricated structural metal products                        146            792          3 180               4       1         –         1         1         –         1       –        –       –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                         2 067          20 225         86    451           24       6         4         5         3         4         1       –        –       1
356       General industrial machinery                               288           1 938          8    027            4       –         –         1         1         1         1       –        –       –
359       Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                               107             824          3    492            9       4         1         2         2         –         –       –        –       –
3599        Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                             107             824          3    492            9       4         1         2         2         –         –       –        –       –
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                     151          1 290              5 626           4       1         1         –         1         –         1       –        –       –
38      Instruments and related products                              139          1 065              3 133           5       1         2         –         1         1         –       –        –       –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                   (C)           (D)                (D)           1       –         –         –         –         –         1       –        –       –
            Transportation and public utilities                       956          5 438         23 851             103      64        12        11        13         1         2       –        –       –
41      Local and interurban passenger transit                        174             498             2 028           8       3         1         2         1         –         1       –        –       –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      388          2 177         10 200              68      48         8         7         4         1         –       –        –       –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                   350          1 982          9 139              64      46         8         6         3         1         –       –        –       –
48      Communication                                                 118            930              3 581          11       6         1         1         3         –         –       –        –       –
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          180          1 329              5 896          10       5         1         1         2         –         1       –        –       –

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


COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                      WISCONSIN                31
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.         Counties                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        CHIPPEWA Con.
           Wholesale trade                                            810          6 325         24    349           72      34        18        13         4         1       2        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 477          4 550         15    962           36      17         7         8         2         1       1        –        –        –
503      Lumber and construction materials                            102            639          3    311            5       –         4         –         –         1       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              333          1 775          8    387           36      17        11         5         2         –       1        –        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                               167            833          3    771            8       5         –         1         1         –       1        –        –        –
             Retail trade                                          3 608          10 080         45     446         326     159        68        52        36         5       6        –        –        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                       174             756          4     576          20       9         3         5         3         –       –        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                   297             808          3     292           6       –         4         –         –         –       2        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                  662           1 396          5     793          28      12         6         3         3         1       3        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                             638           1 351          5     562          18       4         4         3         3         1       3        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                      837           3 705         17     026          66      25        18        11         9         2       1        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                   341           1 939          8     738          12       3         –         1         6         2       –        –        –        –
553       Auto and home supply stores                                179             725          3     113          12       5         5         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                  195             545          2     411          21       5         8         6         2         –       –        –        –        –
57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                         110             395          1     589          18       9         4         5         –         –       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                 1 204           1 971          8     349         126      68        19        18        19         2       –        –        –        –
5812         Eating places                                         1 081           1 777          7     479          80      31        13        15        19         2       –        –        –        –
5813         Drinking places                                         123             172                767          45      36         6         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                         252             831              3 612          49      28        12         8         1         –       –        –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                        519          2 849         11 675              94      68        12         7         6         1       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       296          1 845          7 045              27      11         5         5         6         –       –        –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                             211          1 163          4 185              17       6         4         3         4         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                               4 362          19 727         82    606          355     224        69        30        17         7       5        2        1        –
72      Personal services                                            186             673          2    816           36      24         9         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
73      Business services                                            499           2 101          9    530           21       9         7         1         2         1       –        1        –        –
75      Auto repair, services, and parking                           116             466          2    026           39      35         1         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
79      Amusement and recreation services                            243             394          2    277           17       8         3         3         2         –       1        –        –        –
80      Health services                                            2 378          12 767         51    774           71      34        18         3         6         4       4        1        1        –
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                     128           1 162          4    590           11       5         2         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                       861           3 462         14    466           14       3         3         1         2         3       1        1        –        –
806       Hospitals                                                1 022           5 618         22    163            3       –         –         –         –         –       2        –        1        –
82      Educational services                                         149             523          2    084            8       3         2         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
83      Social services                                              171             427          1    784           26      13         6         6         1         –       –        –        –        –
86      Membership organizations                                     278             494          2    061           57      36        13         6         2         –       –        –        –        –
866       Religious organizations                                    204             350          1    481           40      25         9         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
87      Engineering and management services                          132           1 278          5    248           29      23         4         1         –         1       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                12              25              159            7       6         1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –


        CLARK
                 Total                                             7 812          33 114        149 452             797     482       155        80        52       16        9        2        1        –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing                 60           323              1 339          10       6         –         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Mining                                                      (A)            (D)               (D)           2       –         1         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Construction                                               387          1 607              8 973          94      69        17         4         3         1       –        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                     (C)            (D)               (D)          22      17         2         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                     235            981              4 677          69      51        15         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                          2 862          15 837         72    923          102      37        16        12        18       11        7        1        –        –
20      Food and kindred products                                    912           5 420         23    534           24       4         5         2         7        4        2        –        –        –
202       Dairy products                                             653           3 914         17    487           15       2         2         1         6        2        2        –        –        –
204       Grain mill products                                        115             825          3    178            5       1         2         1         –        1        –        –        –        –
2048        Prepared feeds, n.e.c.                                   115             825          3    178            5       1         2         1         –        1        –        –        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                     564           2 884         14    086           24      12         4         2         1        3        2        –        –        –
242       Sawmills and planing mills                                 110             597          2    491            5       2         1         –         1        1        –        –        –        –
25      Furniture and fixtures                                       160             655          3    347            6       2         1         –         1        2        –        –        –        –
26      Paper and allied products                                     (C)             (D)              (D)            2       –         1         –         –        –        1        –        –        –
30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    (C)             (D)              (D)            1       –         –         –         –        –        1        –        –        –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                            179          1 150              6 324          11       4         1         3         2         1       –        –        –        –
352       Farm and garden machinery                                   100            625              2 983           3       –         –         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
3523        Farm machinery and equipment                              100            625              2 983           3       –         –         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
37      Transportation equipment                                       (E)            (D)               (D)           5       1         –         1         1         –       1        1        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       430          1 917              8 806          80      55        10        11         4         –       –        –        –        –
41      Local and interurban passenger transit                        174            253              1 045          11       3         –         6         2         –       –        –        –        –
411       Local and suburban transportation                           105            120                515           6       3         –         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
4119        Local passenger transportation, n.e.c.                    105            120                515           6       3         –         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      162             846             4 313          54      44         6         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                   162             846             4 313          54      44         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.

32       WISCONSIN                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                      U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        CLARK Con.
            Wholesale trade                                           476          2 383         10 832              76      42        18        11         5         –       –        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 253          1 306              5 908          42      23        11         5         3         –       –        –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           150            729              3 363          25      16         4         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
5083       Farm and garden machinery                                  120            553              2 689          19      11         4         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              223          1 077              4 924          34      19         7         6         2         –       –        –        –        –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                       167            860              4 018          21      11         4         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                           1 315           3 243         14 168             168      94        38        17        17         2       –        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   323             665             2 870          17       6         3         1         6         1       –        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              310             646             2 760          14       4         2         1         6         1       –        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       252          1 003              4 529          32      15        11         3         2         1       –        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                    124            684              3 243           6       –         1         3         1         1       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    456             641             2 846          57      32         9         9         7         –       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             429             599             2 676          40      16         8         9         7         –       –        –        –        –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                          112             346             1 448          25      14        10         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       262          1 252              4 981          61      42        10         8         1         –       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       181             956             3 659          22       6         7         8         1         –       –        –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                             161             861             3 254          18       6         3         8         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                               1 991           6 417         26 519             199     133        44        12         4         2       2        1        1        –
80      Health services                                               746          3 712         15 087              37      15        13         4         1         2       1        1        –        –
801      Offices and clinics of medical doctors                       149            689          2 743               5       1         2         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                         123            294          1 173               7       1         3         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
83      Social services                                               719          1 518              6 379          19      12         5         –         –         –       1        –        1        –
86      Membership organizations                                      213             349             1 333          39      26         6         5         2         –       –        –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                      179             334             1 258          32      22         4         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                               (A)             (D)               (D)           5       4         1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –



        COLUMBIA

                 Total                                            16 412          91 036        382 871          1 455      814       282       187      116        26       25        5        –        –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              117             502             2 795          32      25         3         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
07      Agricultural services                                         (C)             (D)               (D)          31      24         3         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    (B)             (D)               (D)           2        –        1         –         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              911          5 568         26 589             194     140        35        11         7         1       –        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                    224          1 654              5 522          45      36         6         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
151      General building contractors                                 209          1 544              5 110          41      33         6         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                     659          3 754         19 425             144     102        26        10         6         –       –        –        –        –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                         171          1 182          5 400              24      10         9         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                          5 090          42 855        168 289             105      24        18        15        21       10       13        4        –        –
20      Food and kindred products                                     872          5 959         28 827              16       1         2         3         7         1       1        1        –        –
203       Preserved fruits and vegetables                             361          2 562         14 916               9       –         1         1         6         –       1        –        –        –
27      Printing and publishing                                       337          2 428              9 737          14       4         3         3         3         –       1        –        –        –
275       Commercial printing                                         250          1 501              5 793           7       2         2         1         1         –       1        –        –        –
30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    623          4 824         18 911               9       1         –         1         4         –       3        –        –        –
3089       Plastics products, n.e.c.                                  294          2 420         10 324               4       –         –         1         2         –       1        –        –        –
32      Stone, clay, and glass products                                (E)            (D)               (D)           6       4         1         –         –         –       –        1        –        –
33      Primary metal industries                                      (C)             (D)               (D)           2       –         –         –         –         1       1        –        –        –
34      Fabricated metal products                                     539          5 725         20 994              11       2         2         2         1         2       2        –        –        –
344       Fabricated structural metal products                        146            863          3 934               6       1         1         2         1         1       –        –        –        –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                            697          7 042         27 068              16       3         3         3         3         2       2        –        –        –
355       Special industry machinery                                  370          4 570         16 471               6       1         –         1         2         1       1        –        –        –
3556        Food products machinery                                   370          4 570         16 471               6       1         –         1         2         1       1        –        –        –
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                      (E)            (D)               (D)           4       2         –         –         –         –       1        1        –        –
37      Transportation equipment                                      453          4 226         14 085               3       –         –         –         –         2       –        1        –        –
39      Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                        (C)             (D)               (D)           2       –         1         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                  (C)             (D)               (D)           3       –         2         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                    1 005           7 230         30 652             100      51        17        18        13         –       1        –        –        –
41      Local and interurban passenger transit                        184             367             1 460          15       3         4         4         4         –       –        –        –        –

42      Trucking and warehousing                                      396          2 420         11 117              61      38        10         8         5         –       –        –        –        –

48      Communication                                                 126             845             3 744          11       4         2         3         2         –       –        –        –        –

49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                           (E)            (D)               (D)           6       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.


COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     WISCONSIN                33
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.         Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        COLUMBIA Con.
           Wholesale trade                                            827         5 104          21   298           78       37        20        15         3         2       1        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 350         2 210           8   787           40       19        10         8         2         1       –        –        –        –
501      Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                          122           470           1   811           12        4         5         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           148         1 130           4   864           16        7         3         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
5083       Farm and garden machinery                                  126           958           4   239           11        3         2         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              477         2 894          12   511           38       18        10         7         1         1       1        –        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                               153           840           3   271            7        2         1         2         1         1       –        –        –        –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                       224         1 410           6   206           15       10         2         2         –         –       1        –        –        –
             Retail trade                                          3 778         10 864          47   927          374      180        80        61        41       10        2        –        –        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                       170            817           3   420           18        4         8         3         3        –        –        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                   299            792           3   236            5        2         1         –         –        1        1        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                  606          1 615           7   418           34       10         7         9         4        4        –        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                             559          1 512           6   672           22        3         3         8         4        4        –        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                      746          3 260          13   597           62       21        20        12         8        –        1        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                   250          1 571           6   621           10        1         –         2         7        –        –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                  434          1 422           5   816           34        6        16        10         1        –        1        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                 1 427          2 488          12   029          152       72        28        28        20        4        –        –        –        –
5812         Eating places                                         1 320          2 193          10   822          110       37        22        27        20        4        –        –        –        –
5813         Drinking places                                         107            295           1   186           39       32         6         1         –        –        –        –        –        –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                         390          1 466           6   144           72       49        12         5         5        1        –        –        –        –
591       Drug stores and proprietary stores                         123            385           1   727            9        1         2         3         3        –        –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       555         2 896          12   332          112       79        20         8         4         1       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       324         1 788           7   384           29        8        11         6         3         1       –        –        –        –
602       Commercial banks                                            307         1 721           7   126           24        5         9         6         3         1       –        –        –        –
65      Real estate                                                   122           478           2   287           40       33         5         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                               4 083         15 608          71   044          446      266        88        56        25         2       8        1        –        –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                              306            676           4   802           45       23        11         8         2         1       –        –        –        –
701       Hotels and motels                                          268            599           4   103           31       12         9         7         2         1       –        –        –        –
72      Personal services                                            159            423           1   927           45       35         5         5         –         –       –        –        –        –
73      Business services                                            267          1 002           4   566           37       24         5         3         4         1       –        –        –        –
75      Auto repair, services, and parking                           158            560           2   412           34       24         6         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
79      Amusement and recreation services                            484          1 475           7   446           35       20         4         8         2         –       –        1        –        –
799       Misc. amusement, recreation services                       453          1 415           7   217           30       17         4         6         2         –       –        1        –        –
7999        Amusement and recreation, n.e.c.                         293            736           1   515            9        5         2         1         –         –       –        1        –        –
80      Health services                                            1 394          7 422          32   080           66       27        19        10         4         –       6        –        –        –
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                     164          1 217           6   010           19        9         3         5         2         –       –        –        –        –
804       Offices of other health practitioners                      102            534           2   333           18       10         6         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                       569          2 104           9   017            5        –         –         1         –         –       4        –        –        –
83      Social services                                              511          1 498           6   220           43       19        11         6         6         –       1        –        –        –
835       Child day care services                                    121            238           1   039           17       10         3         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
86      Membership organizations                                     469            939           3   934           62       36        19         2         4         –       1        –        –        –
866       Religious organizations                                    447            908           3   798           53       29        17         2         4         –       1        –        –        –
87      Engineering and management services                          130            747           3   640           32       25         2         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                               (A)            (D)               (D)          12       12         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –


        CRAWFORD
                 Total                                             5 770         25 469         105 250            387      219        78        45        25         7       7        5        1        –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              (A)            (D)            (D)              5        4         1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                             123            494           2 539             33       23         7         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                          2 107         12 938          51 740             28       10         3         2         5         2       2        3        1        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                     508          2 802          10 789              8        5         –         –         –         2       –        1        –        –
32      Stone, clay, and glass products                               (F)            (D)            (D)              3        –         –         –         2         –       –        –        1        –
34      Fabricated metal products                                     (C)            (D)            (D)              1        –         –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                     (E)            (D)            (D)              2        –         –         –         –         –       1        1        –        –
37      Transportation equipment                                      (E)            (D)            (D)              1        –         –         –         –         –       –        1        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       87            519           2    145          17       11         3         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                          144          1 046           4    203          27       15         8         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                           1 365          3 697          15    889         126       62        25        21        14         3       1        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                   212            694           2    813           6        2         2         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                  237            629           2    562          14        5         3         4         –         2       –        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                      252            873           3    596          19        6         3         6         4         –       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                  112            191                799           8        1         3         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                   437            744              3 548          44       23         8         4         8         1       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                            396            679              3 287          29       11         6         3         8         1       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       136            696             3 090          35       26         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.


34       WISCONSIN                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                      U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.          Counties                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        CRAWFORD Con.
            Services                                               1 796          6 014          25 292            114       66        24        12         4         2       4        2        –        –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                              115            172             916              9        1         3         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
73      Business services                                             (C)             (D)              (D)           9        5         2         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               850         3 615          14 657             25       12         4         3         1         2       2        1        –        –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                         345         1 039           4 049              3        –         –         –         –         1       2        –        –        –
83      Social services                                               453         1 153              4 338          11        5         3         1         –         –       1        1        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                               (A)             (D)              (D)           2        2         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –



        DANE

                 Total                                           209 621     1 326 265       5 610 735         11 985     5 751    2 516     1 736     1 256       407      225       59       24       11
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing           1 447          6 129          35 438            213      125        47        34         3         3       1        –        –        –
07      Agricultural services                                         (G)            (D)            (D)            211      125        46        33         3         3       1        –        –        –
074       Veterinary services                                         452         1 815           8 812             56       21        18        15         2         –       –        –        –        –
075       Animal services, except veterinary                          207           841           3 688             27       14         9         3         –         1       –        –        –        –
078       Landscape and horticultural services                        755         3 305          22 121            122       85        19        14         1         2       1        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    151         1 384              8 195          10        4         3         –         2         1       –        –        –        –
14      Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels                            (C)             (D)              (D)           9        3         3         –         2         1       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                          12 201         93 628         450 066         1 253       745       241       139        91       24        8        3        2        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                 4 337         33 882         141 764            372      239        66        33        25         4       1        2        2        –
151      General building contractors                              4 076         31 969         133 284            340      223        57        29        23         3       1        2        2        –
153      Operative builders                                          261          1 913           8 480             32       16         9         4         2         1       –        –        –        –
16      Heavy construction, except building                           682         7 840          51 257             42       17         9        10         5         –       –        1        –        –
162      Heavy construction, except highway                           583         7 228          42 071             29       12         5         7         4         –       –        1        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                  7 182         51   906       257   045          839      489       166        96        61       20        7        –        –        –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                      1 748         14   925        68   776          152       78        38        17         9        7        3        –        –        –
173       Electrical work                                            976          7   591        35   850          107       52        20        23        10        2        –        –        –        –
174       Masonry, stonework, and plastering                       1 593         10   821        55   243           97       43        17        13        13        8        3        –        –        –
1741        Masonry and other stonework                              450          2   718        13   676           36       22         7         2         2        1        2        –        –        –
1742        Plastering, drywall, and insulation                    1 089          7   791        40   243           50       14         7        11        10        7        1        –        –        –
175       Carpentry and floor work                                   625          3   510        15   301          145      103        24        14         3        1        –        –        –        –
1751        Carpentry work                                           477          2   764        11   676          104       74        14        13         2        1        –        –        –        –
1752        Floor laying and floor work, n.e.c.                      148              746         3   625           41       29        10         1         1        –        –        –        –        –
176       Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                      457          2   910        13   584           73       43        17         7         6        –        –        –        –        –
177       Concrete work                                              434          2   908        20   423           68       38        19         5         5        1        –        –        –        –
179       Misc. special trade contractors                            987          7   346        36   896          109       61        23        12        11        1        1        –        –        –
1793        Glass and glazing work                                   263          2   311        10   351            6        1         –         3         1        –        1        –        –        –
1794        Excavation work                                          217          1   330         8   981           35       21        11         1         1        1        –        –        –        –
1796        Installing building equipment, n.e.c.                    117          1   180         5   213            9        4         1         –         4        –        –        –        –        –
1799        Special trade contractors, n.e.c.                        321          2   098         9   908           51       31         9         7         4        –        –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                         32 192        276 024      1 105 454             647      203       114       118        96       57       34       17        4        4
20      Food and kindred products                                  4 558         35   419       145   870           51       10         5         9        13         6       6        1        –        1
202       Dairy products                                             438          3   495        18   219            7        2         –         –         1         2       2        –        –        –
203       Preserved fruits and vegetables                            300          1   825         7   186            5        1         –         –         1         2       1        –        –        –
204       Grain mill products                                        282          1   875         7   871            9        2         –         3         2         1       1        –        –        –
205       Bakery products                                            865          4   881        19   120           11        –         1         2         5         –       2        1        –        –
22      Textile mill products                                         (C)             (D)              (D)           2        1         –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      631         3 831          18   206           41       19         6         3        10         3       –        –        –        –
243       Millwork, plywood and structural members                    281         1 750           8   199           19        7         3         2         7         –       –        –        –        –
2431        Millwork                                                  136           855           4   064            8        2         2         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
245       Wood buildings and mobile homes                             193         1 369           6   485            3        –         –         –         1         2       –        –        –        –
2452        Prefabricated wood buildings                              193         1 369           6   485            3        –         –         –         1         2       –        –        –        –
249       Miscellaneous wood products                                 102           510           2   575            7        4         1         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
25      Furniture and fixtures                                     2 257         14 556          57 235             22        6         4         5         3         –       1        2        –        1
2541        Wood partitions and fixtures                             280          1 565           6 193              5        –         1         3         –         –       1        –        –        –
26      Paper and allied products                                     456         3 645          15 295              6        –         2         1         –         1       2        –        –        –
27      Printing and publishing                                    3 936         29 104         121   827          184       63        48        35        20       13        3        1        1        –
271       Newspapers                                                 885          5 090          21   382           27        8         6         7         3        1        1        1        –        –
272       Periodicals                                                311          2 123           8   848           29       12         8         4         4        1        –        –        –        –
273       Books                                                      971          8 610          34   679           19       10         1         1         4        2        –        –        1        –
2731         Book publishing                                         165          1 363           5   290           12        8         –         1         2        1        –        –        –        –
2732         Book printing                                           806          7 247          29   389            7        2         1         –         2        1        –        –        1        –
275       Commercial printing                                      1 196          8 491          35   968           75       15        31        18         4        6        1        –        –        –
2752         Commercial printing, lithographic                     1 007          7 569          31   915           61       11        27        14         3        5        1        –        –        –
2759         Commercial printing, n.e.c.                             189            922           4   053           14        4         4         4         1        1        –        –        –        –
276       Manifold business forms                                    167          1 179           5   542            4        –         –         1         2        1        –        –        –        –
279       Printing trade services                                    290          2 991          12   583           14        9         –         1         1        2        1        –        –        –

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


COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     WISCONSIN                35
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.          Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        DANE Con.
            Manufacturing Con.
28      Chemicals and allied products                              1 182         10   266        41   368           27        4         4         6         7         3       2        1        –        –
283       Drugs                                                      738          7   283        28   671           10        –         2         2         2         3       –        1        –        –
2836        Biological products except diagnostic                    518          5   053        20   209            5        –         –         2         1         1       –        1        –        –
287       Agricultural chemicals                                     144          1   160         4   799            3        –         –         1         1         –       1        –        –        –
30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                 2 513         20   803        81   656           35        9         4         7         1         5       5        4        –        –
3081        Unsupported plastics film and sheet                      130              955         3   750            5        1         1         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
3089        Plastics products, n.e.c.                              1 951         15   412        60   084           23        7         1         4         –         3       5        3        –        –
32      Stone, clay, and glass products                              575          3   855        18   184           23        8         5         3         4         2       1        –        –        –
327       Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products                     231          1   810         9   474           12        2         4         3         2         1       –        –        –        –
3273        Ready mixed concrete                                     108              740         4   257            6        2         1         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
33      Primary metal industries                                     712          6   334        24   737            6        1         1         1         1         1       –        –        1        –
34      Fabricated metal products                                  1 396         10   668        47   311           48       16         9         9         8         2       3        1        –        –
344       Fabricated structural metal products                       705          5   351        24   853           23        8         2         4         6         2       –        1        –        –
3441        Fabricated structural metal                              188          1   781         8   621            5        2         –         –         1         2       –        –        –        –
3446        Architectural metal work                                 358          2   390        10   642            8        3         1         2         1         –       –        1        –        –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                         2 287         19   049        76   852           62       18        11        12        10         8       1        1        1        –
354       Metalworking machinery                                     116              995         4   265            9        3         –         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
355       Special industry machinery                                 712          5   183        21   675            5        –         1         –         2         1       –        –        1        –
356       General industrial machinery                               446          4   168        16   312            8        –         –         3         1         3       1        –        –        –
3569        General industrial machinery, n.e.c.                     103              897         3   674            3        –         –         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
358       Refrigeration and service machinery                        194          1   874         7   248            5        1         –         –         2         2       –        –        –        –
359       Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                               309          2   081         9   349           24        9         7         4         3         1       –        –        –        –
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                  1 644         14   435        64   858           22        7         2         3         3         2       2        3        –        –
362       Electrical industrial apparatus                            166          1   523         6   670            6        1         1         2         1         1       –        –        –        –
37      Transportation equipment                                   1 410          8   835        39   934           13        6         –         2         3         1       –        –        –        1
38      Instruments and related products                           2 281         29 767         112 891             36        9         3        10         6         4       2        1        1        –
382       Measuring and controlling devices                          832          9 745          38 213             18        4         2         4         5         2       –        1        –        –
384       Medical instruments and supplies                         1 434         19 962          74 360             15        3         1         5         1         2       2        –        1        –
39      Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                       429          2 585          10   741           33       13         9         6         2         2       1        –        –        –
399       Miscellaneous manufactures                                 315          1 994           8   183           19        7         4         4         2         1       1        –        –        –
3993        Signs and advertising specialities                       197          1 270           5   029           13        5         3         3         1         –       1        –        –        –
3999        Manufacturing industries, n.e.c.                         118            724           3   154            6        2         1         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                               5 695         60 704         218   863           24        5         1         4         3         4       4        2        –        1
            Transportation and public utilities                    9 740         78   046       320   492          452      233        72        55        53       19       14        3        3        –
41      Local and interurban passenger transit                     1 123          3   468        14   604           37       11         7         6         6        3        4        –        –        –
412       Taxicabs                                                   334          1   023         4   327            4        –         1         –         1        1        1        –        –        –
415       School buses                                               505          1   346         5   410           17        3         3         4         4        1        2        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                   2 849         16 862          75 500            231      142        28        26        25         5       3        2        –        –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                2 773         16 378          73 772            219      133        27        26        23         5       3        2        –        –
45      Transportation by air                                         387         2 544          10 810             21        8         4         4         3         1       1        –        –        –
451       Air transportation, scheduled                               290         2 088           8 683             11        3         1         3         3         –       1        –        –        –
47      Transportation services                                       381         1 934              8 209          71       40        22         7         2         –       –        –        –        –
472       Passenger transportation arrangement                        318         1 502              6 536          61       35        18         7         1         –       –        –        –        –
4724        Travel agencies                                           302         1 445              6 166          54       29        17         7         1         –       –        –        –        –
48      Communication                                              3 358         31   470       126   929           73       27         7        10        13         8       6        1        1        –
481      Telephone communication                                   2 384         25   159       101   433           50       23         3         6         8         5       3        1        1        –
4812       Radiotelephone communications                             259          1   884         8   440            7        1         –         2         2         2       –        –        –        –
4813       Telephone communications, exc. radio                    2 125         23   275        92   993           43       22         3         4         6         3       3        1        1        –
483      Radio and television broadcasting                           571          4   460        18   003           14        1         2         2         5         3       1        –        –        –
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                       1 597         21 291          82 073             16        5         2         2         3         2       –        –        2        –
           Wholesale trade                                        12 415         95   492       408   940          823      350       214       104        98       38       17        2        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                              7 353         58   279       250   095          514      208       145        68        60       25        7        1        –        –
501      Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                       1 172          8   739        37   213           86       24        34        13         9        6        –        –        –        –
5012       Automobiles and other motor vehicles                      471          3   633        14   716           17        5         4         1         3        4        –        –        –        –
5013       Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                      554          4   225        18   380           54       13        26         9         4        2        –        –        –        –
502      Furniture and homefurnishings                               389          3   002        13   918           37       19         9         3         4        2        –        –        –        –
5021       Furniture                                                 198          1   656         7   661           20        7         7         3         3        –        –        –        –        –
5023       Homefurnishings                                           191          1   346         6   257           17       12         2         –         1        2        –        –        –        –
503      Lumber and construction materials                           476          3   560        15   294           35       16         7         6         4        1        1        –        –        –
5031       Lumber, plywood, and millwork                             259          2   301         9   191           15        6         –         5         3        1        –        –        –        –
5039       Construction materials, n.e.c.                            125              608         2   631            5        2         2         –         –        –        1        –        –        –
504      Professional and commercial equipment                     1 631         14   550        60   258           84       31        19        13        13        5        3        –        –        –
5044       Office equipment                                          456          4   065        15   975           16        6         2         4         2        1        1        –        –        –
5045       Computers, peripherals and software                       912          8   657        35   281           39       11         8         6         9        3        2        –        –        –
5047       Medical and hospital equipment                            141              944         5   091           13        7         5         –         –        1        –        –        –        –
506      Electrical goods                                            874          8   173        33   514           70       29        19         8        10        4        –        –        –        –
5063       Electrical apparatus and equipment                        394          3   448        14   644           33       10        13         2         7        1        –        –        –        –
5064       Electrical appliances, TV and radios                      117              771         3   768            7        4         –         2         –        1        –        –        –        –
5065       Electronic parts and equipment                            363          3   954        15   102           30       15         6         4         3        2        –        –        –        –
507      Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment                    806          7   390        31   287           47       17        11        11         5        1        2        –        –        –
5072       Hardware                                                  146          1   179         4   787           14        2         6         5         1        –        –        –        –        –
5074       Plumbing and hydronic heating supplies                    462          3   702        15   635           15        4         3         4         2        –        2        –        –        –
5075       Warm air heating and air conditioning                     141          2   033         8   286           14        9         2         1         1        1        –        –        –        –

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


36       WISCONSIN                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                      U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.         Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        DANE Con.
            Wholesale trade Con.
50      Wholesale trade durable goods Con.
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                        1 470          9   321        40   470           95       41        28        10        11         3       1        1        –        –
5082       Construction and mining machinery                         276          2   730        11   502           12        2         2         5         1         1       1        –        –        –
5083       Farm and garden machinery                                 231          1   729         7   244           22        9         7         2         3         1       –        –        –        –
5084       Industrial machinery and equipment                        277          2   379        10   133           42       23        13         2         4         –       –        –        –        –
5087       Service establishment equipment                           505          1   107         5   716            9        3         4         –         1         –       –        1        –        –
509       Miscellaneous durable goods                                 463         2 968          15 637             51       27        15         4         2         3       –        –        –        –
5091        Sporting and recreational goods                           161         1 299           6 190             20       13         4         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
5093        Scrap and waste materials                                 138           864           5 620             12        3         6         2         –         1       –        –        –        –

51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                           4 847         34 833         148 817            298      138        68        34        36       11       10        1        –        –
511       Paper and paper products                                    435         3 201          13 122             39       18        10         5         4         2       –        –        –        –
5112        Stationery and office supplies                            319         1 802           7 250             23       10         5         3         3         2       –        –        –        –
512       Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries                          594         4 273          18 411             17        5         4         1         4         1       2        –        –        –
513       Apparel, piece goods, and notions                           244         1 671              7 920          19       11         2         2         2         2       –        –        –        –
5136        Men’s and boys’ clothing                                  207         1 465              6 542          13        7         1         2         1         2       –        –        –        –
514       Groceries and related products                           1 677         11   760        48   142           63       27         8        10        10         2       5        1        –        –
5141        Groceries, general line                                  291          1   875         8   615            9        6         –         –         1         –       2        –        –        –
5147        Meats and meat products                                  247          1   674         8   689            8        2         1         2         2         –       1        –        –        –
5149        Groceries and related products, n.e.c.                   464          3   467        14   802           23        8         5         5         3         1       1        –        –        –
516       Chemicals and allied products                               322         2 773          11 075             25       10         7         4         3         –       1        –        –        –
5169       Chemicals and allied products, n.e.c.                      285         2 521           9 941             19        9         3         3         3         –       1        –        –        –
517       Petroleum and petroleum products                            310         2 251          10 546             18        9         3         3         1         1       1        –        –        –
5171        Petroleum bulk stations and terminals                     234         1 572           7 552             13        7         1         3         1         –       1        –        –        –
518       Beer, wine, and distilled beverages                         421         3 419          16 448             11        –         1         2         5         3       –        –        –        –
5181        Beer and ale                                              192         1 382           7 645              5        –         –         1         3         1       –        –        –        –
5182        Wine and distilled beverages                              229         2 037           8 803              6        –         1         1         2         2       –        –        –        –
519       Misc. nondurable goods                                      782         5   059        21   343           94       52        28         6         7         –       1        –        –        –
5191        Farm supplies                                             287         2   381         9   894           34       15        11         4         4         –       –        –        –        –
5192        Books, periodicals, and newspapers                        254         1   395         5   515           14       10         2         –         1         –       1        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                  215         2   380        10   028           11        4         1         2         2         2       –        –        –        –

            Retail trade                                          47 608        156 736         673 422         2 691       908       656       537      407       114       53       12        4        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                     1 811          9 798          37 267            119       39        24        35        15         3       3        –        –        –
521       Lumber and other building materials                      1 202          7 218          27 629             52       17         7        14         8         3       3        –        –        –
525       Hardware stores                                             399         1 189              4 775          29        2         5        16         6         –       –        –        –        –

53      General merchandise stores                                 5 188         13 164          57 411             40        3         3         5         3         –      21        4        1        –
531       Department stores                                        4 863         12 209          53 222             26        1         –         –         –         –      20        4        1        –
539       Misc. general merchandise stores                            244             796            3 518           8        1         1         3         2         –       1        –        –        –

54      Food stores                                                4 831         15 256          64 802            194       57        49        34        27       16        8        3        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                           4 369         13 859          59 239            131       35        19        28        22       16        8        3        –        –
546       Retail bakeries                                             228             599            2 494          25        7        13         1         4         –       –        –        –        –

55      Automotive dealers and service stations                    4 262         23 135         102 700            253       62        89        53        30       11        7        1        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                 2 059         14 709          65 540             35        1         3         5        10         9       6        1        –        –
552       Used car dealers                                            102             704            3 317          20       11         7         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
553       Auto and home supply stores                                 506         2 429          10 211             35       10         9         9         6         –       1        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                1 354          4 158          17 360            136       28        60        37         9         2       –        –        –        –

56      Apparel and accessory stores                               2 074          4 652          19 672            215       67        78        44        23         3       –        –        –        –
561       Men’s and boys’ clothing stores                             163             479            1 688          23        9        10         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
562       Women’s clothing stores                                     626         1 244              5 232          71       21        24        21         4         1       –        –        –        –
563       Women’s accessory and specialty stores                      117             272            1 273          10        3         3         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
565       Family clothing stores                                      652         1 397              5 619          37        7         8         7        14         1       –        –        –        –
566       Shoe stores                                                 403             994            4 633          50       17        20        10         2         1       –        –        –        –

57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                       2 769         13 035          57 778            227      112        59        33        14         4       4        1        –        –
571       Furniture and homefurnishings stores                     1 044          4 910          22 407            129       57        38        21        12         1       –        –        –        –
5712        Furniture stores                                         410          2 072           9 590             54       23        19         7         5         –       –        –        –        –
5713        Floor covering stores                                    289          1 782           7 823             35       19         8         4         3         1       –        –        –        –
572       Household appliance stores                                  150             749            3 247          24       13         6         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
573       Radio, television, and computer stores                   1 575          7 376          32   124           74       42        15         8         1         3       4        1        –        –
5731       Radio, TV, and electronic stores                        1 068          5 624          24   241           26       15         4         1         –         3       2        1        –        –
5734       Computer and software stores                              120            547           2   632           20       13         3         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
5735       Record and prerecorded tape stores                        225            506           2   128           17        8         6         2         –         –       1        –        –        –
5736       Musical instrument stores                                 162            699           3   123           11        6         2         2         –         –       1        –        –        –

58      Eating and drinking places                                16 196         31 781         134 511            890      238       145       203      240        59        5        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                         14 821         29 300         123 864            711      152        99       169      229        57        5        –        –        –
5813        Drinking places                                        1 375          2 481          10 558            171       78        46        34       11         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                                                                                                                                                     WISCONSIN                37
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.         Counties                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        DANE Con.
            Retail trade Con.
59      Miscellaneous retail                                       7 908           32 331        137    976          716     319      197       127        49       18        4        1        1        –
591       Drug stores and proprietary stores                       1 371            4 901         20    346           72      21       18        14         9        9        1        –        –        –
592       Liquor stores                                              340              695          3    260           56      25       22         6         3        –        –        –        –        –
593       Used merchandise stores                                    316              656          2    986           48      20       16        11         1        –        –        –        –        –
594       Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                      2 681            7 791         33    235          299     123       88        61        21        5        1        –        –        –
5941        Sporting goods and bicycle shops                         603            1 814          8    147           64      29       14        10         9        2        –        –        –        –
5942        Book stores                                              577            1 803          6    935           28      10        6         8         –        3        1        –        –        –
5944        Jewelry stores                                           355            1 629          7    125           61      29       18        13         1        –        –        –        –        –
5945        Hobby, toy, and game shops                               387            1 010          4    011           35      10        9        11         5        –        –        –        –        –
5947        Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                        584              949          4    467           82      34       30        12         6        –        –        –        –        –
596       Nonstore retailers                                       2 041           13 513         59    603           63      32       10         8         6        3        2        1        1        –
5961        Catalog and mail order houses                          1 628           11 229         49    444           21       6        6         3         1        1        2        1        1        –
5962        Merchandising machine operators                          157              836          3    422           15       9        1         4         –        1        –        –        –        –
5963        Direct selling establishments                            256            1 448          6    737           27      17        3         1         5        1        –        –        –        –
598       Fuel dealers                                               111            1 000          2    831            8       2        3         2         –        1        –        –        –        –
599       Retail stores, n.e.c.                                    1 048            3 775         15    714          169      95       40        25         9        –        –        –        –        –
5992        Florists                                                 254              530          2    230           43      21       12         9         1        –        –        –        –        –
5995        Optical goods stores                                     173              820          3    317           30      22        3         3         2        –        –        –        –        –
5999        Miscellaneous retail stores, n.e.c.                      609            2 371          9    955           93      50       24        13         6        –        –        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                               2 569           13 584         61    305           37      11       12         3         6        –        1        2        2        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                   21 882         188    085      730    456       1 201      721      190       128      107        20       19       10        3        3
60      Depository institutions                                    4 053          29    578      104    233         175       34       54        41       34         5        4        2        1        –
602       Commercial banks                                         1 886          14    293       54    231          82       10       22        25       18         4        2        1        –        –
603       Savings institutions                                       939           5    403       23    260          48        5       21        11        9         –        1        1        –        –
61      Nondepository institutions                                   969           9    155       35    242          81       52       14         6        5         1        3        –        –        –
614      Personal credit institutions                                286           2    460        9    014          27       19        3         2        1         1        1        –        –        –
616      Mortgage bankers and brokers                                637           5    922       23    875          47       28       10         4        3         –        2        –        –        –
62      Security and commodity brokers                                 820         13 746         52 845              84      53       12         4        13         1       1        –        –        –
621       Security brokers and dealers                                 399          6 734         26 673              46      32        3         2         8         1       –        –        –        –
628       Security and commodity services                              413          6 973         25 579              33      16        9         2         5         –       1        –        –        –
63      Insurance carriers                                        11   136       105    471      407    385          111      40       19        12        15         5       9        6        2        3
631       Life insurance                                           3   545        44    517      149    678           28       6        7         4         6         1       1        2        –        1
632       Medical service and health insurance                     3   254        22    761       93    749           17       3        1         –         3         1       5        3        –        1
633       Fire, marine, and casualty insurance                     4   176        36    840      158    462           53      25        8         7         4         2       3        1        2        1
64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                     1 295           10 997         44 222             270     218       17        22        10         3       –        –        –        –
65      Real estate                                                3 312           15   355       71    261          438     297       66        40        27         4       2        2        –        –
651      Real estate operators and lessors                         1 190            5   070       25    411          171     127       19        17         4         2       1        1        –        –
653      Real estate agents and managers                           1 868            8   879       39    590          235     150       43        19        19         2       1        1        –        –
654      Title abstract offices                                      175            1   016        4    423            9       3        1         1         4         –       –        –        –        –
67      Holding and other investment offices                            (E)           (D)                (D)          41      27        8         3         2         1       –        –        –        –
671       Holding offices                                              136          2 089              8 283          13       8        3         1         –         1       –        –        –        –
            Services                                              71 954         430 613       1 877 313          4 623     2 391     978       621      399       131       79       12        8        4
70      Hotels and other lodging places                            2 758           7 003          30 718             98        32      11        17       24         8        4        2        –        –
701      Hotels and motels                                         2 603           6 760          29 655             70        15       7        11       23         8        4        2        –        –
72      Personal services                                          2 985           10 107         43    213          384     200      111        61         7         1       3        1        –        –
721       Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                  1 154            4 040         16    847           88      42       24        17         2         –       2        1        –        –
7216        Drycleaning plants, except rug                           301              946          3    914           33       7       11        14         1         –       –        –        –        –
722       Photographic studios, portrait                             124              280          1    421           28      17       10         –         1         –       –        –        –        –
723       Beauty shops                                             1 092            3 722         16    614          174      78       56        36         4         –       –        –        –        –
729       Miscellaneous personal services                            506            1 200          4    676           63      40       15         6         –         1       1        –        –        –
7291        Tax return preparation services                          282              512          1    445           20      13        2         4         –         –       1        –        –        –
7299        Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c.                  224              688          3    231           43      27       13         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
73      Business services                                         12 121           64 457        288    997          742     421      121        71        84       19       20        5        1        –
731       Advertising                                                418            3 936         16    592           46      21       11         6         7        1        –        –        –        –
7311        Advertising agencies                                     381            3 479         15    060           38      16       10         4         7        1        –        –        –        –
732       Credit reporting and collection                            134              877          3    828            7       2        1         –         4        –        –        –        –        –
733       Mailing, reproduction, stenographic                        871            5 319         23    011           94      52       25         6         8        1        2        –        –        –
7334        Photocopying and duplicating services                    285            1 482          6    276           22       9        5         2         5        1        –        –        –        –
7336        Commercial art and graphic design                        147            1 174          5    097           33      21        9         1         2        –        –        –        –        –
7338        Secretarial and court reporting                          322            2 043          8    578           27      17        8         –         –        –        2        –        –        –
734       Services to buildings                                    1 524            3 132         13    736          128      77       18        17        12        1        2        1        –        –
7349        Building maintenance services, n.e.c.                  1 441            2 613         11    255          119      72       18        15        10        1        2        1        –        –
735       Misc. equipment rental and leasing                         232            1 960          8    909           32      15       10         2         5        –        –        –        –        –
7359        Equipment rental and leasing, n.e.c.                     120              755          4    486           18       8        7         1         2        –        –        –        –        –
736       Personnel supply services                                3 967           13 618         62    788           63      21       10         3        13        6        6        3        1        –
7361        Employment agencies                                      140              645          3    231           22      14        5         –         3        –        –        –        –        –
7363        Help supply services                                   3 827           12 973         59    557           41       7        5         3        10        6        6        3        1        –
737       Computer and data processing services                    3 032           27 640        119    377          205     126       25        26        18        2        7        1        –        –
7371        Computer programming services                            403            4 986         21    169           62      42        8         5         6        1        –        –        –        –
7372        Prepackaged software                                     723            6 190         29    713           28      15        –         4         7        –        2        –        –        –
7373        Computer integrated systems design                       130            1 367          6    762           16       8        3         4         1        –        –        –        –        –
7374        Data processing and preparation                        1 460           12 642         50    093           23       8        2         4         2        1        5        1        –        –
7379        Computer related services, n.e.c.                        212            1 663          8    095           52      38        7         5         2        –        –        –        –        –

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


38       WISCONSIN                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                      U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.          Counties                 Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        DANE Con.
            Services Con.
73      Business services Con.
738       Miscellaneous business services                          1 943          7 975          40   756          167      107        21        11        17         8       3        –        –        –
7381        Detective and armored car services                       377          1 119           4   659           20        9         1         3         4         3       –        –        –        –
7384        Photofinishing laboratories                              179          1 170           5   174           10        3         2         2         2         1       –        –        –        –
7389        Business services, n.e.c.                              1 370          5 516          29   791          132       91        18         5        11         4       3        –        –        –
75      Auto repair, services, and parking                         1 752          9 274          39   657          277      146        86        32        11         2       –        –        –        –
753       Automotive repair shops                                    978          5 794          25   645          208      121        61        23         3         –       –        –        –        –
7532        Top and body repair and paint shops                      313          1 928           8   101           57       33        14         8         2         –       –        –        –        –
7538        General automotive repair shops                          501          2 804          12   741          120       73        36        10         1         –       –        –        –        –
754       Automotive services, except repair                         398          1 437           5   715           42       14        17         6         5         –       –        –        –        –
7542        Carwashes                                                218            879           3   427           15        7         2         1         5         –       –        –        –        –
7549        Automotive services, n.e.c.                              180            558           2   288           27        7        15         5         –         –       –        –        –        –
76      Miscellaneous repair services                                474          2 838          13   074          104       73        19         9         3         –       –        –        –        –
762       Electrical repair shops                                    161            960           4   008           27       15         8         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
769       Miscellaneous repair shops                                 294          1 802           8   715           67       48        11         6         2         –       –        –        –        –
7699        Repair services, n.e.c.                                  268          1 689           8   210           58       40        11         5         2         –       –        –        –        –
78      Motion pictures                                               816         2 282              9 893          89       30        24        27         7         1       –        –        –        –
781      Motion picture production and services                       145           967              4 477          28       17         5         6         –         –       –        –        –        –
784       Video tape rental                                           384             819            3 280          48       11        19        17         1         –       –        –        –        –
79      Amusement and recreation services                          3 446          7 438          33   455          205       88        39        29        32       13        4        –        –        –
793      Bowling centers                                             565            988           3   672           25        4         5         7         7        2        –        –        –        –
799      Misc. amusement, recreation services                      2 474          5 162          23   490          118       50        16        18        20       10        4        –        –        –
7991       Physical fitness facilities                               794          1 148           4   674           22        5         3         2         5        6        1        –        –        –
7993       Coin operated amusement devices                           144            677           2   632           13        1         6         5         1        –        –        –        –        –
7997       Membership sports and recreation clubs                    961          1 982          10   512           34       16         3         3         6        4        2        –        –        –
7999       Amusement and recreation, n.e.c.                          521          1 236           4   829           41       25         2         5         8        –        1        –        –        –
80      Health services                                           23 466        180   365       766   808          682      273       197        94        55       30       23        3        3        4
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                   3 267         37   831       176   599          146       43        39        25        22       12        4        –        1        –
802      Offices and clinics of dentists                           1 276          9   221        46   763          163       58        63        32         9        1        –        –        –        –
804      Offices of other health practitioners                       885          5   522        25   191          142       96        27        15         2        1        1        –        –        –
8041        Offices and clinics of chiropractors                     243          1   491         8   259           60       42        12         6         –        –        –        –        –        –
8042        Offices and clinics of optometrists                      113              541         2   355           24       12        10         2         –        –        –        –        –        –
8049        Offices of health practitioners, n.e.c.                  502          3   366        14   143           51       36         5         6         2        1        1        –        –        –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                      3 361         13   672        58   677          121       42        46         9         3        8       12        1        –        –
806      Hospitals                                                11 480         90   125       348   042            9        –         –         –         –        2        1        1        1        4
807      Medical and dental laboratories                             527          4   311        18   287           24       10         6         2         4        –        2        –        –        –
8071        Medical laboratories                                     405          3   551        14   901            9        1         3         1         2        –        2        –        –        –
8072        Dental laboratories                                      122              760         3   386           15        9         3         1         2        –        –        –        –        –
808      Home health care services                                 1 317          5   264        20   905           25        3         4         2         7        6        2        1        –        –
81      Legal services                                             1 677         15 844          79 655            244      161        41        23        12         7       –        –        –        –
82      Educational services                                       1 702          6 621          27   677           86       32        18        22         9         3       1        –        1        –
821       Elementary and secondary schools                           474          1 959           7   953           17        1         2         6         6         1       1        –        –        –
822       Colleges and universities                                  743          2 437           9   645            7        –         3         2         1         –       –        –        1        –
824       Vocational schools                                         152            900           3   744           15        6         2         6         –         1       –        –        –        –
829       Schools and educational services, n.e.c.                   328          1 313           6   280           45       24        10         8         2         1       –        –        –        –
83      Social services                                            6 194         24   209       101   541          485      210        90        98        64       18        5        –        –        –
832       Individual and family services                           2 075          9   080        38   448          128       53        20        25        19        9        2        –        –        –
833       Job training and related services                          802          3   622        15   731           33        6         5        10         8        3        1        –        –        –
835       Child day care services                                  1 848          5   287        21   590          177       84        26        40        23        3        1        –        –        –
836       Residential care                                           904          3   116        12   670           79       26        23        17        10        3        –        –        –        –
839       Social services, n.e.c.                                    565          3   104        13   081           67       40        16         6         4        –        1        –        –        –
86      Membership organizations                                   5 997         30 579         123   594          554      297       125        70        44       11        6        –        1        –
861      Business associations                                       762          8 070          31   990           79       49        13         7         8        1        1        –        –        –
862      Professional organizations                                  536          3 482          14   333           46       27         7         6         3        2        1        –        –        –
863      Labor organizations                                         609          3 913          16   314           86       49        21        10         4        2        –        –        –        –
864      Civic and social associations                               482          1 564           6   601           68       43         9        11         4        1        –        –        –        –
865      Political organizations                                     114            274           1   046           15       10         3         –         1        1        –        –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                   3 188         11 264          45   892          239      106        69        34        22        4        3        –        1        –
869      Membership organizations, n.e.c.                            306          2 012           7   413           20       12         3         2         2        –        1        –        –        –
87      Engineering and management services                        7 220         60   105       277   181          592      380        83        59        39       18       11        –        2        –
871       Engineering and architectural services                   2 226         21   025       104   022          162       89        28        22        14        3        6        –        –        –
8711        Engineering services                                   1 747         16   685        84   221          103       49        17        17        13        2        5        –        –        –
8712        Architectural services                                   419          4   051        18   313           47       31        10         3         1        1        1        –        –        –
872       Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                    1 930         12   163        50   389          139       93        18        13         7        5        2        –        1        –
873       Research and testing services                            1 694         15   154        65   373           67       36         7         6         9        7        1        –        1        –
8731        Commercial physical research                           1 195         11   533        47   167           30       17         2         3         2        4        1        –        1        –
8732        Commercial nonphysical research                          219          1   341         8   148           14        7         3         1         1        2        –        –        –        –
8733        Noncommercial research organizations                     105              949         4   531           13        8         1         2         2        –        –        –        –        –
8734        Testing laboratories                                     175          1   331         5   527           10        4         1         –         4        1        –        –        –        –
874       Management and public relations                          1 370         11   763        57   397          224      162        30        18         9        3        2        –        –        –
8741        Management services                                      349          4   014        21   879           44       30         6         5         1        1        1        –        –        –
8742        Management consulting services                           592          5   087        23   548           96       69        14         7         4        1        1        –        –        –
8748        Business consulting, n.e.c.                              261          1   631         7   147           54       41         7         4         1        1        –        –        –        –

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


COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     WISCONSIN                39
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.          Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        DANE Con.
            Services Con.
89      Services, n.e.c.                                             203            1 614          6 252              50      40        5         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                               1 064            7 587         34 306              25       5        8         4         5         –       2        1        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                 31              128             959           72      71        1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –


        DODGE
                 Total                                            28 638         171 020         743 238          1 823     1 003     357       211      151        52       35        9        3        2
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               172              725            4 120          45      31        8         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
07      Agricultural services                                          172              725            4 120          45      31        8         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
074       Veterinary services                                          100              486            2 035          13       5        4         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    (A)              (D)               (D)           1       –        –         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                           1 263            9 195         47    153          229     167       40        12         8         1       1        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                   379            3 093         14    958           47      34        9         3         –         –       1        –        –        –
16      Heavy construction, except building                          136            1 126          8    820           12       7        1         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
162       Heavy construction, except highway                         105              853          6    268            8       5        –         –         3         –       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                    748            4 976         23    375          170     126       30         8         5         1       –        –        –        –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                        202            1 438          5    699           36      21       10         2         3         –       –        –        –        –
175       Carpentry and floor work                                   103              537          2    528           36      28        7         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
179       Misc. special trade contractors                            172            1 283          5    347           29      21        4         3         –         1       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                         12   669         96   800      424    046          171      44       23        22        31       22       19        6        2        2
20      Food and kindred products                                  2   139         14   143       61    960           25       5        2         3         4        4        3        4        –        –
202       Dairy products                                           1   326          8   787       38    573           11       1        1         1         2        2        1        3        –        –
2022        Cheese, natural and processed                          1   326          8   787       38    573           11       1        1         1         2        2        1        3        –        –
203       Preserved fruits and vegetables                              561          3   663       16    524            4       –        –         –         1        1        1        1        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                       283          1 292              5 661          16       5        3         4         3         1       –        –        –        –
244       Wood containers                                              158            762              2 840           8       1        2         2         3         –       –        –        –        –
2448       Wood pallets and skids                                      158            762              2 840           8       1        2         2         3         –       –        –        –        –
26      Paper and allied products                                      320          2 100              9 970           7       1        1         2         2         –       1        –        –        –
27      Printing and publishing                                        (G)              (D)              (D)          10       2        2         2         2         –       –        1        –        1
30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                     148              922            3 963           5       1        1         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
308      Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                       148              922            3 963           5       1        1         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
31      Leather and leather products                                   (C)              (D)              (D)           3       1        1         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
33      Primary metal industries                                       312          2 317              9 755           3       –        –         –         1         –       2        –        –        –
34      Fabricated metal products                                  3 324           27   485      110    420           34       5        3         3         6         6       9        1        1        –
344       Fabricated structural metal products                     1 062           10   744       35    356           12       –        2         2         3         2       2        1        –        –
3444        Sheet metalwork                                          805            8   772       27    271            7       –        –         2         2         –       2        1        –        –
345       Screw machine products, bolts, etc.                        510            3   591       15    843            6       2        –         –         –         2       2        –        –        –
346       Metal forgings and stampings                               938            7   249       35    716            5       1        –         –         1         1       1        –        1        –
3469        Metal stampings, n.e.c.                                  938            7   249       35    716            5       1        –         –         1         1       1        –        1        –
349       Misc. fabricated metal products                            545            3   644       14    967            5       –        –         1         1         1       2        –        –        –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                         2 995           29   055      141    579           38      14        6         3         6         5       2        –        1        1
352       Farm and garden machinery                                2 283           23   943      118    986            6       –        1         –         –         3       –        –        1        1
355       Special industry machinery                                 216            1   691        7    176            5       2        –         –         2         –       1        –        –        –
359       Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                               178            1   072        5    106           15       7        3         3         1         1       –        –        –        –
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                      268          1 293              5 900           7       3        –         –         1         3       –        –        –        –
37      Transportation equipment                                       (C)              (D)              (D)           4       2        –         –         1         –       1        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                   (C)              (D)              (D)           3       –        –         –         3         –       –        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                    1 194            6 948         29 910             128      75       21        15        12         5       –        –        –        –
41      Local and interurban passenger transit                       227              494          1 835              14       4        1         5         3         1       –        –        –        –
415       School buses                                               188              397          1 446              10       2        1         4         2         1       –        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                       666          3 810         17 396              92      60       16         9         4         3       –        –        –        –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                    559          3 561         16 125              86      56       16         8         4         2       –        –        –        –
422       Public warehousing and storage                               107            249          1 271               6       4        –         1         –         1       –        –        –        –
48      Communication                                                  164          1 399              5 628          11       5        1         1         4         –       –        –        –        –
481      Telephone communication                                       106          1 015              4 050           8       4        1         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
4813       Telephone communications, exc. radio                        106          1 015              4 050           8       4        1         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                           (C)              (D)              (D)           3       1        –         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                         1 299            9 915         39 059             110      56       22        16         9         5       2        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 (F)              (D)           (D)              61      32       11        11         2         5       –        –        –        –
501      Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                         132              808          3 608              13       6        3         3         –         1       –        –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                          289            1 862          7 976              23      14        1         3         2         3       –        –        –        –
5083       Farm and garden machinery                                 231            1 742          7 571              17       9        1         3         2         2       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                                (F)           (D)            (D)              48      23       11         5         7         –       2        –        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                                218          3 144         10 138               9       3        1         2         2         –       1        –        –        –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                        207          1 285          5 486              23      11        9         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       WISCONSIN                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                      U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        DODGE         Con.
            Retail trade                                           4 586         12 815          55 860            410      198        89        64        41       13        5        –        –        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                        190            835             3 587          22        9         7         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
521       Lumber and other building materials                         127            711             3 073          11        2         4         4         1         –       –        –        –        –

53      General merchandise stores                                    486         1 569              6 613          10        3         2         1         –         2       2        –        –        –
531       Department stores                                           375         1 132              4 634           3        –         –         –         –         1       2        –        –        –

54      Food stores                                                   748         1 984              8 790          28        5        12         2         2         5       2        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              721         1 910              8 482          21        2         8         2         2         5       2        –        –        –

55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       899         3 486          15 775             80       28        20        15        16         1       –        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                    263         1 540              7 188          14        1         4         1         8         –       –        –        –        –
553       Auto and home supply stores                                 132            593             2 485           7        2         2         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   417         1 026              4 485          45       15        13        11         6         –       –        –        –        –

56      Apparel and accessory stores                                  (C)            (D)               (D)          14        8         4         1         –         1       –        –        –        –

57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          (C)            (D)               (D)          28       19         6         3         –         –       –        –        –        –

58      Eating and drinking places                                 1 542          2 369          10 333            151       74        23        29        21         4       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                          1 442          2 231           9 747            111       42        16        28        21         4       –        –        –        –
5813        Drinking places                                          100            138             585             39       31         7         1         –         –       –        –        –        –

59      Miscellaneous retail                                          444         1 690              7 121          76       51        15         9         –         –       1        –        –        –
596       Nonstore retailers                                          166            711             2 761          13       11         –         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
599       Retail stores, n.e.c.                                       102            285             1 294          22       14         4         4         –         –       –        –        –        –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       682         3 613          14 147            143      103        19        13         8         –       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       354         2 097              7 912          35       12         8        10         5         –       –        –        –        –
602       Commercial banks                                            292         1 838              6 860          22        4         6         7         5         –       –        –        –        –

64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        135            536             2 258          46       41         2         2         1         –       –        –        –        –

            Services                                               6 753         30 474         127 595            576      319       135        63        41         6       8        3        1        –
72      Personal services                                             199            623             2 746          61       49         6         5         1         –       –        –        –        –

73      Business services                                          1 074          2 942          12 383             55       26        15         6         4         –       3        1        –        –
734       Services to buildings                                       192            279             1 263          26       13         8         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
736       Personnel supply services                                   750         2 009              8 271           8        2         1         –         1         –       3        1        –        –
7363        Help supply services                                      750         2 009              8 271           8        2         1         –         1         –       3        1        –        –

75      Auto repair, services, and parking                            134           606              2 431          36       26         5         5         –         –       –        –        –        –
753       Automotive repair shops                                     113           567              2 242          31       23         4         4         –         –       –        –        –        –

79      Amusement and recreation services                             277           600              3 336          38       18        11         5         4         –       –        –        –        –
799       Misc. amusement, recreation services                        193           430              2 738          24       12         7         1         4         –       –        –        –        –

80      Health services                                            2 998         18 414          77 832            121       57        35        11         7         3       5        2        1        –
801       Offices and clinics of medical doctors                      322         3 399          17 206             46       22        15         6         3         –       –        –        –        –
802       Offices and clinics of dentists                             151           774              3 612          23        9         9         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                        885         4 638          18 620              9        2         –         –         2         –       5        –        –        –
806       Hospitals                                                1 271          7 371          28 921              3        –         –         –         –         –       –        2        1        –

81      Legal services                                                109           556              2 310          19       10         5         4         –         –       –        –        –        –

82      Educational services                                          275           977              4 008          15        4         3         2         5         1       –        –        –        –

83      Social services                                               487         1 254              5 213          64       35        14         8         7         –       –        –        –        –
835       Child day care services                                     144           317              1 160          21       10         5         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
836       Residential care                                            230           604              2 545          13        2         4         2         5         –       –        –        –        –

86      Membership organizations                                      674         1 124              4 776          90       51        24         7         6         2       –        –        –        –
863       Labor organizations                                         116             43              212           12        7         2         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
864       Civic and social associations                               143           140               604            9        6         –         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
866       Religious organizations                                     405           914              3 849          66       36        21         5         4         –       –        –        –        –

87      Engineering and management services                           263         2 584              8 976          34       17         8         6         3         –       –        –        –        –
871       Engineering and architectural services                      106           803              3 756          11        4         3         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
872       Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                       103         1 190              2 400          11        5         3         2         1         –       –        –        –        –

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

          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                                                                                                                                                     WISCONSIN                41
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        DOOR

                 Total                                            10 053          43 299        202 098          1 289      853       213       134        57       22        7        3        –        –

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               83             286             1 825          24      17         5         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    (A)             (D)               (D)           2       1         1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              812          4 415         22 748             150     105        25        11         8         1       –        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                    270          1 747              7 413          37      25         6         3         2         1       –        –        –        –

16      Heavy construction, except building                           105             577             4 599           9       3         2         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
162       Heavy construction, except highway                          105             577             4 599           9       3         2         1         3         –       –        –        –        –

17      Special trade contractors                                     437          2 091         10 736             104      77        17         7         3         –       –        –        –        –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                         108             650             2 829          26      18         5         3         –         –       –        –        –        –

            Manufacturing                                          2 299          14 935         60 369              67      32         8        10         6         5       4        2        –        –
27      Printing and publishing                                       101             402             1 681           8       5         1         1         –         1       –        –        –        –

34      Fabricated metal products                                     428          2 640         11 164               9       1         –         1         3         3       1        –        –        –
349       Misc. fabricated metal products                             239          1 368              5 206           3       –         –         –         1         1       1        –        –        –

35      Industrial machinery and equipment                            484          4 391         16 926               8       2         1         2         –         1       2        –        –        –

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

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

            Transportation and public utilities                       225          1 153              5 834          45      29         7         8         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                           198          1 020              4 311          39      20        12         7         –         –       –        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 102             499             2 233          19       9         6         4         –         –       –        –        –        –

            Retail trade                                           3 035           7 917         42 381             416     260        69        50        27         8       2        –        –        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                        116             655             2 637          18      10         4         3         1         –       –        –        –        –

53      General merchandise stores                                    (C)             (D)               (D)           5       3         –         –         1         –       1        –        –        –

54      Food stores                                                   339          1 045              5 190          34      18        10         1         4         –       1        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              287             912             4 471          18       9         3         1         4         –       1        –        –        –

55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       366          1 420              6 255          41      17         9        12         2         1       –        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                    142             715             3 055           4       –         –         1         2         1       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   128             311             1 483          20       8         6         6         –         –       –        –        –        –

56      Apparel and accessory stores                                  106             198             1 627          41      35         5         –         1         –       –        –        –        –

58      Eating and drinking places                                 1 429           2 598         16 676             133      64        16        30        16         7       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                          1 339           2 445         15 912             107      43        13        29        15         7       –        –        –        –

59      Miscellaneous retail                                          351          1 062              5 617         108      82        20         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
594       Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                         127             210             1 554          62      50        11         1         –         –       –        –        –        –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       445          2 406         10 057             107      85        15         5         1         1       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       200          1 290              5 095          18       8         6         3         –         1       –        –        –        –

65      Real estate                                                   161             417             2 370          61      54         5         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
653       Real estate agents and managers                             139             371             2 031          45      38         5         1         1         –       –        –        –        –

            Services                                               2 940          11 125         54 344             432     298        70        41        14         7       1        1        –        –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                               652          1 486         10 814             112      79        13        13         5         2       –        –        –        –
701       Hotels and motels                                           612          1 378              9 969          98      68        13        10         5         2       –        –        –        –

72      Personal services                                             174            453              2 266          37      23         9         4         1         –       –        –        –        –

80      Health services                                               940          5 440         23 768              45      29         6         5         1         2       1        1        –        –

83      Social services                                               294            694              3 030          36      21         5         8         1         1       –        –        –        –

86      Membership organizations                                      320            543              2 292          49      28        13         4         3         1       –        –        –        –
866       Religious organizations                                     178            360              1 419          32      16        12         2         2         –       –        –        –        –

87      Engineering and management services                           142            879              3 585          38      29         6         1         2         –       –        –        –        –

            Unclassified establishments                               (A)             (D)               (D)           7       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.


42       WISCONSIN                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                      U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        DOUGLAS
                 Total                                            12 170          60 915        258 147          1 082      564       239       145        87       29       15        3        –        –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing                 18            46            247               9       8         –         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Mining                                                      (A)           (D)             (D)              1       1         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Construction                                               747          7 885         32 750             108      74        17        11         4         1       1        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                    380          4 900         17 630              33      21         7         3         –         1       1        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                     287          1 970              9 798          68      49        10         7         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                          1 612          12 510         51 190              61      21        15        10         5         5       4        1        –        –
20      Food and kindred products                                    144             721          3 088               6       –         1         4         –         1       –        –        –        –
209       Misc. food and kindred products                            109             662          2 823               3       –         1         1         –         1       –        –        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      231          2 182              9 510          13       4         4         3         1         –       1        –        –        –
249       Miscellaneous wood products                                 160          1 771              7 662           4       1         –         2         –         –       1        –        –        –
27      Printing and publishing                                       111             549             2 219           9       5         1         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
29      Petroleum and coal products                                   (C)             (D)               (D)           3       –         1         –         1         –       1        –        –        –
34      Fabricated metal products                                      (E)            (D)               (D)           4       1         1         –         –         1       –        1        –        –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                            305          2 902         11 613               9       3         3         1         –         1       1        –        –        –
37      Transportation equipment                                      (C)             (D)               (D)           3       1         1         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       805          6 871         26 631              74      35        16        12         8         2       1        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      347          1 751          8 224              45      23         8        10         3         1       –        –        –        –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                   347          1 751          8 224              45      23         8        10         3         1       –        –        –        –
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          241          2 501              8 934           8       3         1         –         3         –       1        –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                            828          5 694         26 251              64      27        18        12         5         1       –        1        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 226          1 290          5 740              34      18        11         4         –         1       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              602          4 404         20 511              30       9         7         8         5         –       –        1        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                               314          2 165         11 258               8       4         –         3         –         –       –        1        –        –
518      Beer, wine, and distilled beverages                          100            927          3 737               6       2         1         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
             Retail trade                                          3 636           9 860         42 833             313     128        80        60        32       10        3        –        –        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                       141             692          3 481              17       9         2         4         2        –        –        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                    472          1 143              5 078           5       1         –         –         –         2       2        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   362          1 162              5 138          22       6         6         5         4         –       1        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              336          1 111              4 910          16       2         5         4         4         –       1        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       513          2 416              9 594          41      12        13         8         7         1       –        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                    185          1 482              5 860           5       –         –         1         3         1       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   239            610              2 338          24       5        10         6         3         –       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                 1 535           2 433         10 922             152      64        38        30        14         6       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                          1 168           1 909          8 483              84      27        16        23        12         6       –        –        –        –
5813        Drinking places                                          353             493          2 319              67      37        22         6         2         –       –        –        –        –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                          461          1 504              6 215          51      21        15        11         3         1       –        –        –        –
592       Liquor stores                                               168            426              1 867          11       3         3         3         1         1       –        –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                        494          2 720         11 081              83      59        14         3         6         1       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       293          1 870          7 239              19       7         4         2         5         1       –        –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                             185          1 173          4 418               9       1         3         1         3         1       –        –        –        –
65      Real estate                                                   127            399              1 761          38      31         6         –         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                               4 026          15 297         66 734             361     203        79        36        27         9       6        1        –        –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                              231             536          2 625              23      13         2         5         2         1       –        –        –        –
72      Personal services                                             221            634              2 781          24      11         7         2         3         1       –        –        –        –
721       Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                     103            312              1 300           7       4         1         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
73      Business services                                             442          1 474              6 992          36      23         4         2         5         2       –        –        –        –
738       Miscellaneous business services                             163            467              2 641          10       5         1         1         2         1       –        –        –        –
75      Auto repair, services, and parking                            101            455              1 975          34      26         7         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
79      Amusement and recreation services                             120            250              1 128          22      12         6         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
80      Health services                                            1 478           6 903         29 225              62      22        21         5         6         2       6        –        –        –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                        784           3 117         12 806              14       –         6         1         1         2       4        –        –        –
808      Home health care services                                   166             322          1 635               5       1         1         1         1         –       1        –        –        –
83      Social services                                               403          1 256              4 914          36      16         7         7         4         2       –        –        –        –
832       Individual and family services                              170            701              2 346          14       6         2         3         2         1       –        –        –        –
835       Child day care services                                     111            305              1 380          14       5         4         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
86      Membership organizations                                      615          1 374              6 559          55      36        11         5         1         1       –        1        –        –
864      Civic and social associations                                138            230                907          10       4         3         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                      434          1 019              5 094          30      19         7         2         1         –       –        1        –        –
87      Engineering and management services                           170          1 055              4 732          27      17         7         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                               (A)             (D)               (D)           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                                                                                                                                                     WISCONSIN                43
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        DUNN
                 Total                                            13 137          62 082        280 765             971     540       188       131        69       27        9        2        4        1
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing                (B)           (D)            (D)              28      19         8         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Mining                                                      (A)           (D)            (D)               1       1         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Construction                                               656          3 637         22 066             129      89        19        13         7         1       –        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                     (E)           (D)            (D)              42      25         5         8         3         1       –        –        –        –
151      General building contractors                                 281          1 438          7 536              39      23         5         8         2         1       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                     336          2 010         12 663              85      63        14         4         4         –       –        –        –        –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                         114            721          3 976              23      14         5         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                           2 946          21 256         93 814              67      21        13        17         8         3       1        1        3        –
20      Food and kindred products                                     (F)            (D)            (D)               7       1         3         1         –         1       –        –        1        –
23      Apparel and other textile products                            (C)             (D)               (D)           3       1         1         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      702          3 820         16 270              12       3         3         3         2         –       –        –        1        –
27      Printing and publishing                                       104             284             1 310           9       4         –         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
32      Stone, clay, and glass products                               308          2 438         10 212               5       2         –         1         1         –       –        1        –        –
34      Fabricated metal products                                     152          1 353              4 773           6       2         –         2         1         1       –        –        –        –
38      Instruments and related products                               (F)            (D)               (D)           3       –         –         1         1         –       –        –        1        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       829          6 190         27 155              72      43        13         6         6         3       1        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      476          3 947         17 784              48      30        10         5         1         1       1        –        –        –
48      Communication                                                 102             737             3 065           8       4         2         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          149          1 235              5 236           6       3         –         –         2         1       –        –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                            682          3 641         16    174           63      30        10        12         9         2       –        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 257          1 340          5    884           30      15         5         6         4         –       –        –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           113            682          2    944            9       3         2         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
5083       Farm and garden machinery                                  102            589          2    510            6       1         1         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              425          2 301         10 290              33      15         5         6         5         2       –        –        –        –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                       299          1 546          7 062              19       7         4         3         3         2       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                           4 140          12 053         54 520             236      99        55        46        24         6       5        –        –        1
53      General merchandise stores                                    364             987             4 366           3       –         –         –         –         2       1        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   479          1 064              4 711          15       8         2         1         1         –       3        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              469          1 051              4 654          11       5         1         1         1         –       3        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       503          1 751              7 620          40      12        12         8         7         1       –        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                    181            858              3 633           6       1         –         1         4         –       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   237            484              2 088          22       6         8         6         1         1       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                 1 196           1 796              8 025          94      36        17        23        15         3       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                          1 047           1 611              7 232          62      17         8        19        15         3       –        –        –        –
5813        Drinking places                                          149             185                793          32      19         9         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                          346          1 113              4 737          42      21        10        10         –         –       1        –        –        –
591       Drug stores and proprietary stores                          170            731              3 194           6       1         1         3         –         –       1        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                  (G)             (D)               (D)           4       1         –         1         1         –       –        –        –        1
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       494          2 753         11 935              83      64         8         5         4         2       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       314          2 084              8 755          24      13         3         4         2         2       –        –        –        –
            Services                                               3 296          12 182         53 280             284     166        62        31        11       10        2        1        1        –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                               125            267              1 551          11       7         1         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
701      Hotels and motels                                            115            239              1 331           7       4         –         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
72      Personal services                                             123            312              1 427          31      23         5         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
73      Business services                                             353          1 281              6 024          23      12         4         2         2         3       –        –        –        –
736       Personnel supply services                                   218            718              3 702           4       –         –         1         1         2       –        –        –        –
7363        Help supply services                                      218            718              3 702           4       –         –         1         1         2       –        –        –        –
79      Amusement and recreation services                             110            213              1 039          16       8         4         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               871          4 557         18    931           39      21        11         1         –         4       1        1        –        –
801      Offices and clinics of medical doctors                       108          1 270          4    886            5       4         –         –         –         1       –        –        –        –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                         362          1 308          5    213            7       2         2         1         –         1       –        1        –        –
808      Home health care services                                    125            467          1    960            4       1         1         –         –         2       –        –        –        –
83      Social services                                               963          2 381         11 236              33       9         9        11         2         –       1        –        1        –
833       Job training and related services                           139            282          1 289               3       –         1         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
836       Residential care                                            634          1 609          7 798               9       1         4         2         1         –       –        –        1        –
86      Membership organizations                                      232            473              1 937          55      39        11         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                      209            355              1 432          44      31         8         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
87      Engineering and management services                           245          1 647              6 591          23      16         2         2         1         2       –        –        –        –
871       Engineering and architectural services                      105            939              3 955           7       3         1         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                               (A)             (D)               (D)           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.

44       WISCONSIN                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                      U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.          Counties                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        EAU CLAIRE

                 Total                                            39 772        198 084         849 613          2 596     1 205      577       400      261        88       54        6        4        1

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              217             708             3 883          25      11         3         9         2         –       –        –        –        –
07      Agricultural services                                         217             708             3 883          25      11         3         9         2         –       –        –        –        –
078       Landscape and horticultural services                        110             255             1 726          12       6         1         4         1         –       –        –        –        –

            Mining                                                    (A)             (D)               (D)           1       1         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                           1 729          11 495         61 661             259     178        42        18        16         3       2        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                    496          4 044         20 702              84      65        11         4         3         –       1        –        –        –
151       General building contractors                                475          3 943         20 054              76      58        11         3         3         –       1        –        –        –

17      Special trade contractors                                  1 171           6 996         35 282             164     107        29        12        12         3       1        –        –        –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                         364          2 663         12 653              29      14         5         4         4         2       –        –        –        –
173       Electrical work                                             199          1 387              5 951          20      12         6         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
174       Masonry, stonework, and plastering                          109             690             3 945          20      14         3         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
175       Carpentry and floor work                                    140             584             2 699          24      19         3         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
176       Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                       152             691             4 476          16       8         4         –         4         –       –        –        –        –
179       Misc. special trade contractors                             105             562             2 652          25      16         5         4         –         –       –        –        –        –

            Manufacturing                                          4 448          30 225        136 191             116      45        15        17        17       12        7        2        1        –
20      Food and kindred products                                     587          4 138         19 428               9       1         1         2         –         3       2        –        –        –

24      Lumber and wood products                                      111             489             1 993          12       6         2         2         2         –       –        –        –        –

25      Furniture and fixtures                                        257          1 459              6 102           4       1         –         –         –         2       1        –        –        –

26      Paper and allied products                                      (E)            (D)               (D)           2       –         –         –         –         1       –        1        –        –

27      Printing and publishing                                       527          3 218         13 039              21       5         8         4         2         1       –        1        –        –
275       Commercial printing                                         166             899             3 725          12       3         5         1         2         1       –        –        –        –
2752       Commercial printing, lithographic                          136             810             3 410           8       1         4         1         1         1       –        –        –        –

30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    265          1 933              8 715           7       2         –         2         1         1       1        –        –        –

32      Stone, clay, and glass products                               107             980             6 288           5       3         1         –         –         1       –        –        –        –
327       Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products                      107             980             6 288           5       3         1         –         –         1       –        –        –        –

34      Fabricated metal products                                     (C)             (D)               (D)           6       4         1         –         –         –       1        –        –        –

35      Industrial machinery and equipment                         1 479           8 998         45 133              17       8         –         3         1         2       2        –        1        –

            Transportation and public utilities                    2 032          16 778         63 688             106      51        14        13        16         6       6        –        –        –
41      Local and interurban passenger transit                        (C)             (D)               (D)           8       2         –         1         4         –       1        –        –        –

42      Trucking and warehousing                                      563          3 157         13 835              60      35         8         9         6         1       1        –        –        –

47      Transportation services                                       159             813             3 343           8       4         1         1         1         –       1        –        –        –

48      Communication                                                 511          4 244         15 609              17       7         2         1         4         2       1        –        –        –
481       Telephone communication                                     278          2 538              9 468          10       6         –         1         2         –       1        –        –        –
483       Radio and television broadcasting                           180          1 174              3 988           3       –         –         –         1         2       –        –        –        –

49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                           (F)            (D)               (D)          12       2         3         1         1         3       2        –        –        –

            Wholesale trade                                        1 983          13 309         58 234             174      83        34        24        26         7       –        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                              1 381           9 203         40 189             120      54        28        16        18         4       –        –        –        –
501       Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                         495          2 681         11 274              29       4        13         5         5         2       –        –        –        –
5012       Automobiles and other motor vehicles                       218          1 434          6 216               4       –         –         –         2         2       –        –        –        –
5013       Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                       206            981          3 910              15       1         7         4         3         –       –        –        –        –
504       Professional and commercial equipment                       207          1 455              6 781          24      14         5         1         4         –       –        –        –        –
506       Electrical goods                                            100            801              3 543          10       5         2         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
507       Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment                    170          1 130              4 723          10       4         1         2         2         1       –        –        –        –
508       Machinery, equipment, and supplies                          217          1 858              8 136          25      15         3         4         2         1       –        –        –        –
5082       Construction and mining machinery                          130          1 345              5 897           7       1         1         3         1         1       –        –        –        –

51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                               (F)            (D)               (D)          53      28         6         8         8         3       –        –        –        –
514       Groceries and related products                              231          1 625              7 010           9       3         –         2         1         3       –        –        –        –
518       Beer, wine, and distilled beverages                         100            934              4 080           3       –         –         –         3         –       –        –        –        –
519       Misc. nondurable goods                                      110            573              2 318          16       8         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.

COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     WISCONSIN                45
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        EAU CLAIRE Con.
             Retail trade                                         12 629          34 437        143 168               667    223      181       130        78       30       23        1        1        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                       487           2 137          8 832                28     10        6         9         1        –        2        –        –        –
521       Lumber and other building materials                        402           1 867          7 499                17      8        –         6         1        –        2        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                 1 604           3 830         16 745                15      2        1         3         –         –       8        1        –        –
531      Department stores                                         1 396           3 353         14 586                 8      –        –         –         –         –       7        1        –        –
54      Food stores                                                1 540           3 380         13 817                50     17       12         7         6         2       6        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                           1 416           3 136         12 864                30      8        5         4         5         2       6        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                    1 050           3 803         16 503                80     21       26        20         9         3       1        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                   334           1 918          8 390                 8      2        –         –         3         3       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                  524           1 167          5 019                50     10       21        15         3         –       1        –        –        –
56      Apparel and accessory stores                                   (F)             (D)              (D)            49     13       17        13         5         –       1        –        –        –
562       Women’s clothing stores                                     145             276             1 078            15      2        8         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
565       Family clothing stores                                      278             711             3 102             9      1        –         5         2         –       1        –        –        –
57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          571          2 142              8   811          57     24       17        12         2         2       –        –        –        –
571       Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        258            938              3   677          30     10       12         7         –         1       –        –        –        –
5712        Furniture stores                                          177            470              2   099          14      4        6         3         –         1       –        –        –        –
573       Radio, television, and computer stores                      233            885              3   834          20     12        2         4         1         1       –        –        –        –
5731        Radio, TV, and electronic stores                          167            642              2   895          10      6        2         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                 4 421           7 285         30 726               221     62       47        42        46       20        4        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                          4 122           6 857         28 908               164     34       22        39        45       20        4        –        –        –
5813        Drinking places                                          299             428          1 761                54     25       25         3         1        –        –        –        –        –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                       1 193           4 417         17     893           161     74       53        23         8         3       –        –        –        –
591       Drug stores and proprietary stores                         227           1 008          4     115            19      8        6         2         1         2       –        –        –        –
594       Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                        553           1 900          7     224            70     27       29         9         4         1       –        –        –        –
5941        Sporting goods and bicycle shops                         194             893          3     016            11      3        4         2         1         1       –        –        –        –
5947        Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops                        126             208                897            21      8       10         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
599       Retail stores, n.e.c.                                      217             727              3 011            39     20       10         9         –         –       –        –        –        –
5999        Miscellaneous retail stores, n.e.c.                      149             539              2 341            26     14        5         7         –         –       –        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                 (G)              (D)                (D)            6      –        2         1         1         –       1        –        1        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                    2 088          16 456         68 079               280    170       59        23        21         6       1        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       743          6 770         26 114                54     19       17         5        10         3       –        –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                             331          2 370          8 134                22      6        7         2         6         1       –        –        –        –
62      Security and commodity brokers                                111          1 669              6 545            18     13        –         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
621       Security brokers and dealers                                106          1 616              6 410            15     10        –         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
63      Insurance carriers                                            386          3 743         16 007                26      8        6         6         4         2       –        –        –        –
631       Life insurance                                              138          1 305          6 233                 8      2        1         2         2         1       –        –        –        –
633       Fire, marine, and casualty insurance                        121          1 227          5 306                13      4        4         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        408          2 332         11 074                73     54       12         4         1         1       1        –        –        –
65      Real estate                                                   336          1 261              5 499            90     64       18         5         3         –       –        –        –        –
651      Real estate operators and lessors                            124            429              1 805            35     26        7         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
653      Real estate agents and managers                              183            719              3 174            40     25        9         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                              14 643          74 620        314 419               958    433      229       166        85       24       15        3        2        1
70      Hotels and other lodging places                               679          1 342              5 548            26      7        6         3         6         2       2        –        –        –
72      Personal services                                             697          2 013              8 355           108     59       31        14         3         –       1        –        –        –
721       Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                     172            687              3 120            25     13        6         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
723       Beauty shops                                                293            750              3 202            52     26       17         8         1         –       –        –        –        –
729       Miscellaneous personal services                             161            298                839            12      7        4         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
7291        Tax return preparation services                           130            220                507             6      4        1         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
73      Business services                                          2 004           7 543         29       174         127     53       28        22        13         7       4        –        –        –
733       Mailing, reproduction, stenographic                        127             582          2       386          13      6        3         3         –         1       –        –        –        –
734       Services to buildings                                      419             767          3       114          29     13        7         4         3         1       1        –        –        –
736       Personnel supply services                                  656           1 347          6       120          14      4        1         2         1         3       3        –        –        –
737       Computer and data processing services                      280           2 584          7       820          23     10        7         2         3         1       –        –        –        –
7371        Computer programming services                            181           2 171          6       129           9      4        2         –         2         1       –        –        –        –
738       Miscellaneous business services                            401           1 670          7       213          29     12        4         6         6         1       –        –        –        –
7389        Business services, n.e.c.                                278           1 379          5       773          22     10        4         3         4         1       –        –        –        –
75      Auto repair, services, and parking                            502          2 104              8 557            86     45       29         9         3         –       –        –        –        –
753       Automotive repair shops                                     349          1 700              6 946            68     36       23         8         1         –       –        –        –        –
7538        General automotive repair shops                           143            604              2 421            30     14       14         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
754       Automotive services, except repair                          115            209                795            11      5        4         –         2         –       –        –        –        –
76      Miscellaneous repair services                                 195             916             3 826            29     14        9         3         3         –       –        –        –        –
762       Electrical repair shops                                     108             509             2 021            13      6        3         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
78      Motion pictures                                               132             239             1 175            14      5        2         5         2         –       –        –        –        –
79      Amusement and recreation services                             610          1 200              5 784            37     17        5         9         4         1       1        –        –        –
799      Misc. amusement, recreation services                         463            836              4 011            21      8        4         4         3         1       1        –        –        –
7997       Membership sports and recreation clubs                     320            616              2 984             6      2        –         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.


46       WISCONSIN                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                      U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.          Counties                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        EAU CLAIRE Con.
            Services     Con.
80      Health services                                            5 377         41 526         173   926          172       64        45        31        19         6       3        1        2        1
801      Offices and clinics of medical doctors                    1 453         19 719          84   456           50       16        16         8         5         3       –        1        1        –
802      Offices and clinics of dentists                             356          2 041          10   017           40       14        11        11         4         –       –        –        –        –
804      Offices of other health practitioners                       148            754           3   380           34       21         9         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                        709          2 136          10   207           23        4         4         6         5         2       2        –        –        –
808      Home health care services                                   362          1 191           4   597            5        1         –         1         1         1       1        –        –        –
81      Legal services                                                244         1 981          10 609             46       30         9         5         2         –       –        –        –        –
82      Educational services                                          576         2 361              9 445          27        9         5         6         2         4       1        –        –        –
821       Elementary and secondary schools                            255           731              2 995          12        2         2         5         1         2       –        –        –        –
829       Schools and educational services, n.e.c.                    249         1 522              6 105          11        5         2         1         1         1       1        –        –        –
83      Social services                                            1 746          4 201          17   036           87       36        19        19         8         1       2        2        –        –
832       Individual and family services                             720          1 395           5   852           38       17        11         5         2         1       2        –        –        –
833       Job training and related services                          309            536           2   224            6        3         1         –         1         –       –        1        –        –
835       Child day care services                                    207            415           1   759           22        9         5         4         4         –       –        –        –        –
836       Residential care                                           501          1 811           7   022           17        3         2        10         1         –       –        1        –        –
86      Membership organizations                                      872         2 061              8 417         118       55        28        26         9         –       –        –        –        –
863      Labor organizations                                          138           428              1 759          22       12         4         6         –         –       –        –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                      613         1 276              5 146          68       27        15        17         9         –       –        –        –        –
87      Engineering and management services                           917         6 575          30   145           72       35        13        10        10         3       1        –        –        –
871       Engineering and architectural services                      333         3 076          15   618           20        8         4         2         5         –       1        –        –        –
8711        Engineering services                                      294         2 717          12   739           15        4         4         2         4         –       1        –        –        –
872       Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                       247         1 624           6   901           27       14         5         4         3         1       –        –        –        –
873       Research and testing services                               104           456           1   706            4        1         –         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
874       Management and public relations                             233         1 419           5   920           21       12         4         2         2         1       –        –        –        –
8741        Management services                                       188         1 074           4   505            9        5         –         1         2         1       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                               (A)             (D)              (D)          10       10         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –



        FLORENCE

                 Total                                                618         2 564          12 478            106       70        25         4         5         1       1        –        –        –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              (A)             (D)              (D)           4        2         2         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              (B)             (D)              (D)          14       13         1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                             (C)             (D)              (D)          18       12         3         –         2         –       1        –        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      165             864            3 745          12        8         2         –         1         –       1        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       (A)             (D)              (D)           9        7         2         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                           (A)             (D)              (D)           6        3         3         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                              182             309            1 484          25       11         8         3         3         –       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    106             154             675           13        4         5         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       (A)             (D)              (D)           8        7         –         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  (C)             (D)              (D)          20       14         5         –         –         1       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                               (A)             (D)              (D)           2        1         1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –


        FOND DU LAC

                 Total                                            39 006        241 231      1 006 293          2 452     1 258       511       323      228        73       40       10        6        3
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              219             955            4 637          34       22         8         2         1         1       –        –        –        –
07      Agricultural services                                         219             955            4 637          34       22         8         2         1         1       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    224             639            5 551           9        4         1         1         2         –       1        –        –        –
14      Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels                            (C)             (D)              (D)           8        4         –         1         2         –       1        –        –        –
            Construction                                           2 711         23 838         133 716            298      190        58        30        16         1       –        2        1        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                    474         3 163          14 566             75       48        14         8         5         –       –        –        –        –
151       General building contractors                                467         3 129          14 232             71       44        14         8         5         –       –        –        –        –

16      Heavy construction, except building                           694         9 355          50 579             16        7         4         1         2         –       –        2        –        –
162       Heavy construction, except highway                          684         9 284          49 634             13        5         3         1         2         –       –        2        –        –

17      Special trade contractors                                  1 543         11 320          68 571            207      135        40        21         9         1       –        –        1        –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                         813         7 730          47 741             44       24         9         7         2         1       –        –        1        –
173       Electrical work                                             137             921            5 679          24       17         1         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
176       Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work                       146             612            3 213          19       10         4         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
179       Misc. special trade contractors                             144             688            4 406          30       17         8         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
1794        Excavation work                                           103             505            3 554          20       12         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                                                                                                                                                     WISCONSIN                47
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.          Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        FOND DU LAC Con.
            Manufacturing                                         11 550        109   858       403    643          157      37        26        31        23       16       12        6        4        2
20      Food and kindred products                                  1 484         10   293        43    830           17       2         –         2         6        3        3        –        1        –
202       Dairy products                                             354          2   622        11    096            4       –         –         1         –        1        2        –        –        –
203       Preserved fruits and vegetables                            298          1   831        11    760            6       1         –         –         3        2        –        –        –        –
23      Apparel and other textile products                            567          3 257         13 557              11       3         2         2         2         1       –        1        –        –
239       Misc. fabricated textile products                           541          3 191         13 256               8       2         2         –         2         1       –        1        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      307             926             4 922           5       2         –         –         –         1       2        –        –        –
26      Paper and allied products                                     220          2 066              7 945           4       1         1         –         –         1       1        –        –        –
27      Printing and publishing                                       992          5 274         22 072              23       8         6         5         –         1       1        2        –        –
271       Newspapers                                                  150            722          3 034               4       –         2         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
275       Commercial printing                                         829          4 518         18 880              15       5         3         4         –         1       –        2        –        –
30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    (C)             (D)               (D)           4       1         –         1         –         1       1        –        –        –
32      Stone, clay, and glass products                               205          1 174              5 895          13       2         2         6         2         1       –        –        –        –
327       Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products                      109            723              3 643           8       1         1         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
33      Primary metal industries                                      803          9 072         30 685               5       –         1         –         1         1       –        2        –        –
34      Fabricated metal products                                     549          3 376         15    039           20       3         2         5         6         3       1        –        –        –
344       Fabricated structural metal products                        132            746          3    179            6       –         1         3         1         1       –        –        –        –
345       Screw machine products, bolts, etc.                         241          1 610          7    177            4       –         –         –         2         1       1        –        –        –
3451        Screw machine products                                    241          1 610          7    177            4       –         –         –         2         1       1        –        –        –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                         3 966          54 533        190 135              30       8         7         6         3         1       1        –        3        1
359       Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                               102             606          2 952              11       6         1         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
3599        Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                             102             606          2 952              11       6         1         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                  1 648          14 514         44 881               5       1         –         1         –         –       1        1        –        1
37      Transportation equipment                                       (E)            (D)               (D)           4       –         2         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
39      Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                        139             664             3 958           9       3         3         –         2         1       –        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                    2 146          14 306         64    121          180     106        24        21        18         9       2        –        –        –
41      Local and interurban passenger transit                       239             499          2    029           11       2         3         1         3         2       –        –        –        –
411       Local and suburban transportation                          125             267          1    050            5       –         2         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
4119        Local passenger transportation, n.e.c.                   125             267          1    050            5       –         2         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                   1 311           9 236         43 081             129      85        14        14        11         3       2        –        –        –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                1 126           8 223         38 707             120      80        14        13         9         2       2        –        –        –
422       Public warehousing and storage                             185           1 013          4 374               9       5         –         1         2         1       –        –        –        –
47      Transportation services                                       (C)             (D)               (D)          11       5         4         1         –         1       –        –        –        –
48      Communication                                                 238          1 492              6 137          16       8         1         4         2         1       –        –        –        –
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          230          2 519         10 342               5       –         –         1         2         2       –        –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                         1 710          12 996         56    488          163      74        39        30        16         2       2        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                              1 041           6 491         29    269          101      42        27        17        13         1       1        –        –        –
501      Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                         281           1 331          6    185           20       3         9         2         5         1       –        –        –        –
5013       Motor vehicle supplies and new parts                      165             826          3    741           14       3         6         1         4         –       –        –        –        –
506      Electrical goods                                            118             884          3    569           11       3         4         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                          215           1 341          5    552           30      17         4         5         4         –       –        –        –        –
5083       Farm and garden machinery                                 104             591          2    651           13       6         2         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
509      Miscellaneous durable goods                                 243           1 516          7    967           13       4         6         –         2         –       1        –        –        –
5093       Scrap and waste materials                                 155           1 104          5    462            6       2         3         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                               (F)             (D)              (D)          60      32        12        12         3         –       1        –        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                               105             429             2 140          15       9         –         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                       166             784             3 823          27      14         8         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
5191       Farm supplies                                              158             750             3 682          20       7         8         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
             Retail trade                                          8 658          23 919        103 605             593     240       131        94        93       23       11        1        –        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                       316           1 402          6 416              23      11         4         4         3        –        1        –        –        –
521       Lumber and other building materials                        182             822          3 704               8       4         1         1         1        –        1        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                 1 213           3 340         14 335              14       1         –         1         3         3       5        1        –        –
531      Department stores                                         1 015           2 771         11 911               8       –         –         –         –         2       5        1        –        –
54      Food stores                                                1 309           3 534         14 745              51      17        10        10         4         7       3        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                           1 169           3 172         13 090              29       8         2         6         3         7       3        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                    1 118           4 610         20 538              92      30        27        21        10         3       1        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                   555           2 893         12 795              16       1         1         5         5         3       1        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                  402             981          4 294              47      12        19        12         4         –       –        –        –        –
56      Apparel and accessory stores                                  300             711             2 831          34      15        12         4         2         1       –        –        –        –
565       Family clothing stores                                      112             302             1 116           5       –         3         1         –         1       –        –        –        –
57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          282          1 374              5 692          42      15        21         4         1         1       –        –        –        –
571       Furniture and homefurnishings stores                        126            651              2 958          23      10         9         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                 3 181           5 491         24 061             209      84        24        34        60         6       1        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                          2 985           5 197         22 871             153      40        17        30        59         6       1        –        –        –
5813        Drinking places                                          196             294          1 177              53      41         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.


48       WISCONSIN                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                      U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.         Counties                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        FOND DU LAC Con.
            Retail trade Con.
59      Miscellaneous retail                                          894         3 125          13      519         125     66        33        15         9         2       –        –        –        –
591       Drug stores and proprietary stores                          213           966           4      090          16      6         3         4         2         1       –        –        –        –
594       Miscellaneous shopping goods stores                         307           755           3      467          55     27        21         5         2         –       –        –        –        –
596       Nonstore retailers                                          124           642           2      751           7      3         1         –         2         1       –        –        –        –
599       Retail stores, n.e.c.                                       127           349           1      451          28     18         6         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                     1 627         11 504          44      469         234    159        37        24        10         1       3        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                      608          3 771          14      497          46     16        11        10         8         –       1        –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                            445          2 993          11      154          28      7         8         7         5         –       1        –        –        –
606      Credit unions                                               104            428           1      866          14      9         1         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
63      Insurance carriers                                            369         3 034          10 762               16     11         2         –         1         –       2        –        –        –
633       Fire, marine, and casualty insurance                        225         2 205           7 396               11      9         –         –         1         –       1        –        –        –
64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        200         1 167              5 271            72     61         6         5         –         –       –        –        –        –
65      Real estate                                                   289         1 056              5 713            69     51        13         4         –         1       –        –        –        –
            Services                                              10 159         43 213         190 028              774    416       187        90        49       20        9        1        1        1
70      Hotels and other lodging places                              292            604           2 515               15      5         3         3         3        –        1        –        –        –
72      Personal services                                             449         1 415              5 759            82     46        24         9         3         –       –        –        –        –
723       Beauty shops                                                273           666              2 984            42     19        14         8         1         –       –        –        –        –
73      Business services                                             975         3 276          14      814          85     48        17        10         3         7       –        –        –        –
734       Services to buildings                                       158           288           1      469          18     12         2         3         –         1       –        –        –        –
736       Personnel supply services                                   387         1 551           6      843           8      1         1         –         2         4       –        –        –        –
738       Miscellaneous business services                             279           802           3      448          28     17         5         4         –         2       –        –        –        –
75      Auto repair, services, and parking                            473         1 874              8   201          78     44        25         4         5         –       –        –        –        –
753       Automotive repair shops                                     293         1 410              6   217          62     37        21         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
7538        General automotive repair shops                           117           547              2   303          28     16        11         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
7542        Carwashes                                                 136           267              1   174           9      4         1         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
78      Motion pictures                                               128            184                 830          15      7         4         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
79      Amusement and recreation services                             431           783              3 448            42     27         6         3         4         1       1        –        –        –
799      Misc. amusement, recreation services                         265           532              2 507            28     20         4         2         –         1       1        –        –        –
80      Health services                                            3 558         21 979          98      764         147     68        41        20         7         5       5        –        –        1
801      Offices and clinics of medical doctors                      271          4 985          27      246          35     20         7         5         3         –       –        –        –        –
802      Offices and clinics of dentists                             276          1 830           8      466          43     17        18         7         1         –       –        –        –        –
804      Offices of other health practitioners                       153            840           4      139          25     13         6         6         –         –       –        –        –        –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                        863          3 183          13      547          27     12         7         1         1         3       3        –        –        –
808      Home health care services                                   149            325           1      365           4      –         1         –         2         1       –        –        –        –
81      Legal services                                                121           782              4 325            32     20         9         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
82      Educational services                                       1 360          4 439          17 984               18      4         4         4         3         1       –        1        1        –
83      Social services                                               662         1 611              6 643            64     38         9         9         6         1       1        –        –        –
832       Individual and family services                              177           670              2 737            27     21         3         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
835       Child day care services                                     195           430              1 878            25     14         2         4         5         –       –        –        –        –
86      Membership organizations                                   1 217          3 168          12 739              114     53        35        12         8         5       1        –        –        –
863      Labor organizations                                         190            200             845               18     10         3         2         2         1       –        –        –        –
864      Civic and social associations                               100            124             567                9      5         –         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                     867          2 600          10 278               75     30        31         6         3         4       1        –        –        –
87      Engineering and management services                           392         2 607          11 938               59     39         7         8         5         –       –        –        –        –
872       Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping                       144         1 152           5 284               23     16         1         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
8741        Management services                                       116           461           1 797                6      2         1         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                 2              3                 35           10     10         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –



        FOREST

                 Total                                             2 262          9 278          42 280              311    214        49        24        17         4       3        –        –        –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing                4             20                 47            3      3         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    (A)            (D)                 (D)           2      1         1         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                               85            343             3 694            30     27         1         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                             423         1 943              8 568            54     35         8         6         3         2       –        –        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      344         1 545              6 589            41     27         6         4         2         2       –        –        –        –
242       Sawmills and planing mills                                  136           717              3 139             7      2         –         2         2         1       –        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       206         1 057              4 618            52     40         7         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      184            988             4 264            48     37         7         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                   184            988             4 264            48     37         7         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                            73            440             2 141            12      6         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.

COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     WISCONSIN                49
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.          Counties                Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        FOREST        Con.
            Retail trade                                              522          1 544              6 190            70     39       19         5         6         –       1        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   190            408              1 897            11      5        1         2         2         –       1        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              184            404              1 871             8      3        –         2         2         –       1        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    135            193                913            27     16        9         –         2         –       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             115            163                757            18      8        8         –         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                        (B)            (D)           (D)                18     13        2         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  858          3 449         15 036                66     46        8         4         4         2       2        –        –        –
79      Amusement and recreation services                              (E)            (D)           (D)                 8      3        3         –         –         –       2        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               178            741          3 270                 9      4        –         2         2         1       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                               (A)             (D)                 (D)           4      4        –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –


        GRANT
                 Total                                            13 324          54 046        235 536            1 274     731      255       163        82       24       17        –        2        –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              102             503             2 377            21     10        9         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
07      Agricultural services                                          (C)             (D)              (D)            19      8        9         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Mining                                                      (A)            (D)           (D)                 4      3        –         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Construction                                               605          2 619         15 642               144    102       31         8         2         1       –        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                    185            985          5 309                39     28        8         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                     334          1 310          7 644                93     68       19         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
             Manufacturing                                         3 351          17 440         74       560          75     22       16        14        10         6       5        –        2        –
20      Food and kindred products                                    176           1 303          5       414          14      3        5         3         2         1       –        –        –        –
202       Dairy products                                             119             713          3       036           7      2        1         1         2         1       –        –        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                     262           1 210          6       180          17      6        6         4         –         –       1        –        –        –
26      Paper and allied products                                     (C)             (D)                 (D)           1      –        –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
27      Printing and publishing                                      282           1 805          6       531          13      7        2         –         2         1       1        –        –        –
275       Commercial printing                                        125             472          1       938           4      2        –         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                           322           1 854          8       026          13      3        2         4         2         2       –        –        –        –
359       Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                               184             956          4       356           6      1        –         2         2         1       –        –        –        –
3599         Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                            184             956          4       356           6      1        –         2         2         1       –        –        –        –
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                  1 613           7 687         32       804           3      –        –         –         –         –       1        –        2        –
39      Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                        (C)             (D)                 (D)           1      –        –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       665          3 991         17 747                80     47       11        11        10         1       –        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      266          1 259          5 998                48     36        6         2         4         –       –        –        –        –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                   266          1 259          5 998                48     36        6         2         4         –       –        –        –        –
48      Communication                                                 144             879             3 790            13      4        2         5         2         –       –        –        –        –
481      Telephone communication                                      101             710             3 096             9      2        2         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
4813       Telephone communications, exc. radio                       101             710             3 096             9      2        2         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          114          1 385              5 672             6      1        2         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                            828          3 430         15 078               109     56       28        16         8         1       –        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 319          1 324          5 683                41     20       12         7         1         1       –        –        –        –
501      Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                          102            179            750                 7      5        1         –         –         1       –        –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           159            889          3 853                19      6        6         6         1         –       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              509          2 106              9   395          68     36       16         9         7         –       –        –        –        –
517      Petroleum and petroleum products                             101            499              2   033          12      7        3         –         2         –       –        –        –        –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                       293          1 325              6   247          43     21       13         6         3         –       –        –        –        –
5191       Farm supplies                                              265          1 189              5   632          38     19       11         5         3         –       –        –        –        –
             Retail trade                                          3 464           8 892         37 326               326    150       72        61        34         6       3        –        –        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                       208             666          2 854                23      8        6         5         4         –       –        –        –        –
521       Lumber and other building materials                        106             391          1 696                15      7        5         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                    420          1 052              4 519             7      1        1         2         –         1       2        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   559          1 544              6 434            26      9        5         4         5         2       1        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              508          1 356              5 510            21      7        4         3         4         2       1        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       518          1 809              7 812            64     23       18        20         3         –       –        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                    168            898              4 082            13      1        4         6         2         –       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   270            572              2 420            39     14       14        11         –         –       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                 1 293           1 757              7 504           121     58       20        22        18         3       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                          1 138           1 584              6 735            77     21       16        20        17         3       –        –        –        –
5813        Drinking places                                          155             173                769            44     37        4         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                          284          1 058              4 673            61     41       14         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                        668          3 791         15 666               132     93       20        13         5         1       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       337          1 979          8 291                31     12        9         5         4         1       –        –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                             308          1 852          7 778                26     11        5         5         4         1       –        –        –        –
64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        106            811              3 147            35     28        5         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
65      Real estate                                                   132             333             1 547            54     46        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.

50       WISCONSIN                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                      U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        GRANT       Con.
            Services                                               3 624          13 286         56 113             376     241        68        37        13         8       9        –        –        –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                              162             194          1 138              20      13         3         1         2         1       –        –        –        –
701      Hotels and motels                                           156             169            863              15       8         3         1         2         1       –        –        –        –
72      Personal services                                             190              406            1 623          57      44         9         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
73      Business services                                             280              659            2 680          26      16         7         –         2         –       1        –        –        –
75      Auto repair, services, and parking                            122              456            1 973          34      24         9         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
79      Amusement and recreation services                             121              179             799           19      14         1         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
80      Health services                                            1 601           6   543       28    495           73      38        10        10         4         5       6        –        –        –
801      Offices and clinics of medical doctors                      124           1   281        5    845           17       9         2         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                        505           1   722        7    104            7       –         1         –         1         3       2        –        –        –
806      Hospitals                                                   472           2   454       10    675            3       –         –         –         –         –       3        –        –        –
808      Home health care services                                   365               536        2    309            9       1         1         3         1         2       1        –        –        –
82      Educational services                                          188          1 041              4 125           8       4         –         3         –         –       1        –        –        –
821       Elementary and secondary schools                            183          1 027              4 066           5       1         –         3         –         –       1        –        –        –
83      Social services                                               224              366            1 617          28      17         3         7         –         1       –        –        –        –
86      Membership organizations                                      438          1 472              5 725          55      36        10         5         3         –       1        –        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                      417          1 352              5 229          46      28         9         5         3         –       1        –        –        –
87      Engineering and management services                           146          1 342              5 540          22      15         6         –         –         1       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                               (A)              (D)              (D)           7       7         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –


        GREEN
                 Total                                            12 638          71 338        292 672             972     538       222       100        69       19       16        6        2        –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing                74           320          1 432              20      14         4         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                     (B)            (D)           (D)               4       2         1         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              417          1 923         10 934             119      85        24         9         1         –       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                     281          1 278              7 025          85      62        17         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                          3 759          24 406        101 030              82      24        19         8        15         3       9        3        1        –
20      Food and kindred products                                     727          4 521         19 435              26       4         5         5        10         –       2        –        –        –
202       Dairy products                                              469          3 140         12 683              18       3         4         4         6         –       1        –        –        –
27      Printing and publishing                                        (F)             (D)              (D)          11       4         3         1         –         1       1        1        –        –
30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                     (E)             (D)              (D)           2       –         –         –         1         –       –        1        –        –
33      Primary metal industries                                      425          3 185         13 141               3       –         –         –         –         2       –        1        –        –
34      Fabricated metal products                                     (C)              (D)              (D)           3       1         –         –         1         –       1        –        –        –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                            508          3 688         14 962              14       6         4         –         1         –       3        –        –        –
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                      (F)             (D)              (D)           2       –         –         –         –         –       1        –        1        –
37      Transportation equipment                                      (C)              (D)              (D)           2       1         –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       453          4 816         12 398              56      33        10         7         4         2       –        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      182          1 249              4 806          38      26         6         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
48      Communication                                                 102          2 712              4 343           5       2         1         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                        1 174           8 736         35 129              81      35        23        13         6         3       –        1        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 799          6 761         26 376              33      12         7         9         3         1       –        1        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           129            771          3 453              15       4         5         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              375          1 975              8 753          48      23        16         4         3         2       –        –        –        –
514      Groceries and related products                               137            728              3 340          13       6         4         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                       100            404              1 962          14       6         4         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                           3 480          13 821         56 816             250     116        58        33        30         9       3        –        1        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                        (C)              (D)              (D)          14       7         2         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                    410          1 208              4 900           4       –         –         –         1         1       2        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   468          1 303              5 696          26       8         8         3         4         2       1        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              425          1 209              5 250          18       3         6         3         3         2       1        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       396          1 816              8 304          34      11         8         9         6         –       –        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                    211          1 224              5 729          11       2         1         3         5         –       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   141            418              1 680          14       4         4         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                 1 118           1 882              7 464          85      37        15        11        16         6       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                          1 039           1 717              6 787          60      19        10         9        16         6       –        –        –        –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                           (F)             (D)              (D)          48      27        14         4         2         –       –        –        1        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       428          2 180              9 042          66      40        16         5         4         1       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       280          1 619              6 594          17       2         7         3         4         1       –        –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                             257          1 485              6 082          13       –         5         3         4         1       –        –        –        –

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


COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     WISCONSIN                51
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        GREEN         Con.
            Services                                               2 832          15 002         65 150             288     183        67        22         9         1       4        2        –        –
72      Personal services                                             129             311             1 378          40      29        10         1         –         –       –        –        –        –

73      Business services                                             362          2 168              9 255          25      16         4         2         2         –       1        –        –        –

75      Auto repair, services, and parking                            109             436             1 922          35      26         9         –         –         –       –        –        –        –

80      Health services                                            1 270           9 455         39 928              41      20        13         3         –         1       2        2        –        –

83      Social services                                               328             643             2 683          27      14         6         4         2         –       1        –        –        –

86      Membership organizations                                      251             492             2 048          46      28        12         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
866       Religious organizations                                     150             307             1 257          28      16         7         4         1         –       –        –        –        –

            Unclassified establishments                               (A)             (D)               (D)           6       6         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –



        GREEN LAKE

                 Total                                             7 051          32 873        150 213             638     366       114        90        40       17        9        2        –        –

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              (B)             (D)               (D)          14      10         2         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                     63             249             1 863           6       2         2         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              359          2 644         14 657              83      53        17        12         1         –       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                     223          1 294              7 072          50      29        13         8         –         –       –        –        –        –

            Manufacturing                                          2 195          12 958         55 751              69      22         9        14        11         8       4        1        –        –
20      Food and kindred products                                     184          1 231              8 581           5       1         –         –         2         2       –        –        –        –

23      Apparel and other textile products                            150             710             3 255           6       2         1         2         –         –       1        –        –        –

27      Printing and publishing                                       162             827             3 189          11       6         1         1         2         1       –        –        –        –

31      Leather and leather products                                  187             864             3 392           6       1         1         –         2         2       –        –        –        –

33      Primary metal industries                                       (F)            (D)               (D)           2       –         –         –         –         –       1        1        –        –

34      Fabricated metal products                                     198          1 255              5 148           9       2         1         3         2         1       –        –        –        –

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

39      Miscellaneous manufacturing industries                        222          1 108              4 990           5       1         2         –         1         –       1        –        –        –

            Transportation and public utilities                       351          2 626         11 085              40      26         5         4         3         2       –        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      168          1 046              4 827          27      22         2         –         2         1       –        –        –        –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                   168          1 046              4 827          27      22         2         –         2         1       –        –        –        –

            Wholesale trade                                           346          1 258              5 646          29      16         4         6         2         –       1        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 126             759             3 515          13       7         1         3         2         –       –        –        –        –

51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              220             499             2 131          16       9         3         3         –         –       1        –        –        –
519       Misc. nondurable goods                                      181             342             1 458           8       3         3         1         –         –       1        –        –        –

            Retail trade                                           1 574           3 785         17 633             155      76        29        32        13         3       2        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                    (C)             (D)               (D)           2       1         –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –

54      Food stores                                                   473          1 146              5 316          14       5         –         1         4         3       1        –        –        –

55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       185             772             3 847          28      11        10         7         –         –       –        –        –        –

58      Eating and drinking places                                    548             815             3 737          52      20         6        17         9         –       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             492             743             3 449          42      13         4        17         8         –       –        –        –        –

59      Miscellaneous retail                                          102             266             1 125          33      24         7         2         –         –       –        –        –        –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       222          1 094              4 822          47      33         7         4         3         –       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       134             799             3 514          13       3         4         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
602       Commercial banks                                            124             747             3 318          10       1         3         4         2         –       –        –        –        –

            Services                                               1 848           7 961         36 879             192     126        39        16         4         4       2        1        –        –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                               199             520             2 379          12      10         –         1         –         –       1        –        –        –

80      Health services                                               901          5 246         23 862              39      24         9         1         1         2       1        1        –        –
805       Nursing and personal care facilities                        320          1 121              4 958          10       4         2         –         1         2       1        –        –        –

83      Social services                                               172             308             1 381          21      13         1         5         1         1       –        –        –        –

86      Membership organizations                                      242             692             3 225          33      18         9         5         –         1       –        –        –        –
866       Religious organizations                                     222            647              3 026          24       9         9         5         –         1       –        –        –        –

            Unclassified establishments                               (B)             (D)               (D)           3       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.


52       WISCONSIN                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                      U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.         Counties                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        IOWA
                 Total                                             8 472          42 437        190 885               555    329      103        64        43       10        5        –        –        1
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing                (B)            (D)               (D)            13     11        1         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Mining                                                      (B)            (D)               (D)             2      –        –         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Construction                                               292          1 551              8 187            63     49        5         4         5         –       –        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                    105            500              2 128            16     12        –         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
151      General building contractors                                 105            500              2 128            16     12        –         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                     179          1 006              5 747            44     34        5         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                              766          4 198         17 459                34     12        7         8         4         1       2        –        –        –
20      Food and kindred products                                     152            796          4 256                 8      3        1         2         1         1       –        –        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      266          1 319              4 765             6      1        –         3         1         –       1        –        –        –
37      Transportation equipment                                      (C)             (D)                 (D)           2      1        –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       376          2 544         10 644                40     21        8         5         5         1       –        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      187            928          4 038                29     17        6         3         3         –       –        –        –        –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                   187            928          4 038                29     17        6         3         3         –       –        –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                            381          2 523         11 535                53     25       15         8         4         1       –        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 179          1 039          5 191                24     10        7         4         3         –       –        –        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                           115            738          3 766                11      3        2         4         2         –       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              202          1 484              6 344            29     15        8         4         1         1       –        –        –        –
519      Misc. nondurable goods                                       121          1 046              4 398            18     10        6         1         –         1       –        –        –        –
5191       Farm supplies                                              114            993              4 174            14      7        5         1         –         1       –        –        –        –
           Retail trade                                            4 841          24 254        109 456               140     77       29        15        15         2       1        –        –        1
53      General merchandise stores                                   (C)             (D)             (D)                4      2        –         –         1         –       1        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   (C)             (D)                 (D)          21     10        4         4         2         1       –        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       214             839             3 841            23     10        5         5         3         –       –        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                    102             526             2 470             4      –        –         2         2         –       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    456             650             3 422            46     26        8         2         9         1       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             440             630             3 329            35     15        8         2         9         1       –        –        –        –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                          (H)             (D)                 (D)          25     20        4         –         –         –       –        –        –        1
           Finance, insurance, and real estate                        207             940             3 672            36     19       12         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       123             621             2 342            11      2        5         3         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                               1 539           5 912         27 547               164    105       26        17         9         5       2        –        –        –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                              103             176            832                 9      4        –         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
701      Hotels and motels                                           103             176            832                 9      4        –         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
79      Amusement and recreation services                             102             262             1 723             9      4        –         2         3         –       –        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               533          2 943         13 509                33     17        9         2         2         2       1        –        –        –
82      Educational services                                          (C)             (D)                 (D)           2      –        –         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
83      Social services                                               249             841             3 531            16      7        2         3         2         2       –        –        –        –
832       Individual and family services                              115             460             1 808             7      5        –         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                 2               9                 127          10     10        –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –


        IRON
                 Total                                             2 108           7 128         33 604               236    142       48        24        12         8       2        –        –        –
           Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing                (A)            (D)               (D)             4      4        –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Mining                                                      (A)            (D)               (D)             1      1        –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
           Construction                                               149            729              6 689            26     18        5         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
           Manufacturing                                              455          1 898              8 641            18      8        4         –         3         2       1        –        –        –
23      Apparel and other textile products                             (C)            (D)               (D)             1      –        –         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      283          1 389              6 095            13      6        2         –         3         2       –        –        –        –
242       Sawmills and planing mills                                  227          1 016              4 556             6      1        1         –         2         2       –        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                        76            262              1   021          13      5        5         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                           103            569              2   010          11      6        3         –         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                              604          1 573              6   400          81     47       15        14         3         2       –        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   124            348              1   322           4      1        –         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              124            348              1   322           4      1        –         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    249             380             1 548            44     29        5         9         1         –       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             201             301             1 258            28     16        3         8         1         –       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                        58            260              1 162            16     11        4         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Services                                                  659          1 826              7 594            65     41       12         5         2         4       1        –        –        –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                               187            473              1 185             9      4        1         1         1         2       –        –        –        –
80      Health services                                               232             777             3 562             8      3        2         1         –         1       1        –        –        –
            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                                                                                                                                                     WISCONSIN                53
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

                 Total                                             4 751          22 263        111 866             411     253        78        36        26       10        6        1        1        –

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing              (A)             (D)               (D)           6       6         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Mining                                                    (B)             (D)               (D)           1        –        –         –         –         1       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              587          4 695         35 251              35      19         8         3         4         –       –        1        –        –
16      Heavy construction, except building                            (E)            (D)               (D)           2       –         –         –         1         –       –        1        –        –

17      Special trade contractors                                     (C)             (D)               (D)          27      16         7         3         1         –       –        –        –        –

            Manufacturing                                             832          4 357         18 939              30      15         5         1         4         2       3        –        –        –
20      Food and kindred products                                     (C)             (D)               (D)           4       2         –         –         –         2       –        –        –        –

24      Lumber and wood products                                      105             448             1 888          13       8         3         –         2         –       –        –        –        –

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

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

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

            Transportation and public utilities                       775          4 688         19 776              36      24         6         4         1         –       –        –        1        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      649          4 094         17 140              20      17         2         –         –         –       –        –        1        –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                   649          4 094         17 140              20      17         2         –         –         –       –        –        1        –

            Wholesale trade                                           177             725             3 134          20      11         5         1         2         1       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              128             518             2 300          13       7         4         –         1         1       –        –        –        –

            Retail trade                                           1 320           2 995         13 388             123      62        28        16        11         4       2        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                    (C)             (D)               (D)           3       1         1         –         –         –       1        –        –        –

54      Food stores                                                   220             519             2 242          11       3         4         1         1         2       –        –        –        –

55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       336             858             4 043          24       9         7         4         3         –       1        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   258             598             2 972          14       5         4         3         1         –       1        –        –        –

58      Eating and drinking places                                    490             721             3 331          47      22         9         7         7         2       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             447             653             3 066          33      11         6         7         7         2       –        –        –        –

            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       209          1 063              4 465          44      35         4         2         3         –       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       114             758             3 140          11       7         –         2         2         –       –        –        –        –

            Services                                                  767          3 250         14 300             111      76        22         9         1         2       1        –        –        –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                               114             247             1 111           7       3         1         2         –         1       –        –        –        –

80      Health services                                               326          1 979              8 655          18       9         4         3         –         1       1        –        –        –

            Unclassified establishments                                 –               –               24            5       5         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –



        JEFFERSON

                 Total                                            30 762        168 853         725 949          1 825      955       351       247      162        53       34       17        6        –

            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               (E)            (D)               (D)          36      24         9         2         –         –       –        1        –        –
07      Agricultural services                                          (E)            (D)               (D)          35      23         9         2         –         –       –        1        –        –
078       Landscape and horticultural services                        322          1 414              7 212          20      14         4         1         –         –       –        1        –        –

            Mining                                                    (A)             (D)               (D)           1        –        –         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              990          5 217         30 528             237     171        41        19         6         –       –        –        –        –
15      General contractors and operative builders                    166             847             6 037          49      42         4         1         2         –       –        –        –        –

17      Special trade contractors                                     789          4 133         22 897             180     123        36        17         4         –       –        –        –        –
171       Plumbing, heating, air conditioning                         127             830             3 652          26      17         4         5         –         –       –        –        –        –
175       Carpentry and floor work                                    143             615             3 028          41      28        10         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
1751       Carpentry work                                             115             489             2 517          34      23         9         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
177       Concrete work                                               115             426             3 854          24      14         9         –         1         –       –        –        –        –
179       Misc. special trade contractors                             135             684             3 555          24      15         4         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.




54       WISCONSIN                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                      U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        JEFFERSON Con.
            Manufacturing                                         12 567          92   030      384    076          178      45        23        23        28       21       23       12        3        –
20      Food and kindred products                                  2 619          17   185       70    638           18       1         1         –         5        2        4        5        –        –
201       Meat products                                            1 081           8   203       33    917            4       –         –         –         1        –        –        3        –        –
204       Grain mill products                                        523           2   858       12    489            4       –         –         –         2        –        1        1        –        –
208       Beverages                                                  331           2   844       11    402            3       –         –         –         1        –        2        –        –        –
24      Lumber and wood products                                      127              758            3 177          12       7         3         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
244       Wood containers                                             110              697            3 052           5       1         2         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
25      Furniture and fixtures                                        687          4 617         21 723               9       1         2         1         2         –       2        1        –        –
26      Paper and allied products                                     244          1 491              6 243           5       –         –         1         1         3       –        –        –        –
27      Printing and publishing                                    1 456          10 271         42 747              25       9         4         4         1         3       3        –        1        –
275       Commercial printing                                      1 136           7 814         32 600              16       6         3         1         1         2       2        –        1        –
2752         Commercial printing, lithographic                     1 023           7 198         30 196              12       4         2         1         1         2       1        –        1        –
28      Chemicals and allied products                                 317          3 117         12 015               4       –         1         –         1         –       2        –        –        –
30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                    770          4 959         19 955              11       –         1         2         4         2       1        1        –        –
308      Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                      770          4 959         19 955              11       –         1         2         4         2       1        1        –        –
3089       Plastics products, n.e.c.                                  569          3 556         13 964               7       –         1         2         1         1       1        1        –        –
34      Fabricated metal products                                     956          7 463         29    676           22       2         3         7         3         3       4        –        –        –
344       Fabricated structural metal products                        104            808          4    243            6       –         1         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
346       Metal forgings and stampings                                235          1 552          5    787            3       –         –         –         1         1       1        –        –        –
3469        Metal stampings, n.e.c.                                   235          1 552          5    787            3       –         –         –         1         1       1        –        –        –
347       Metal services, n.e.c.                                      321          1 509          5    977            5       –         1         1         –         1       2        –        –        –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                         2 428          19   980       80    854           36      12         2         4         6         5       4        2        1        –
352       Farm and garden machinery                                  695           4   829       19    613            4       –         –         –         –         1       2        1        –        –
355       Special industry machinery                                 797           7   995       32    227            6       –         –         1         2         2       –        –        1        –
359       Industrial machinery, n.e.c.                               287           1   970        8    407           13       6         1         2         2         2       –        –        –        –
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                     875          6 192         33 389               5       1         1         –         –         –       1        2        –        –
37      Transportation equipment                                       (F)             (D)              (D)           3       –         1         –         1         –       –        –        1        –
38      Instruments and related products                              875          6 876         27 749               8       2         1         –         2         –       2        1        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                    1 209           7 851         33 550             108      61        14        13        14         6       –        –        –        –
41      Local and interurban passenger transit                       187             398          1 582              11       2         2         3         4         –       –        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      623          4 137         17 959              65      42         6         9         4         4       –        –        –        –
49      Electric, gas, and sanitary services                          (C)              (D)              (D)           5       2         –         –         1         2       –        –        –        –
           Wholesale trade                                         1 692          10 424         48    519          115      56        20        18        14         6       –        1        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                937           5 373         26    727           63      34        12         7         8         1       –        1        –        –
501      Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies                         100             379          1    754           13       5         5         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
504      Professional and commercial equipment                       453           2 583         12    229            7       3         2         –         1         –       –        1        –        –
508      Machinery, equipment, and supplies                          186           1 218          7    161           18       8         3         3         4         –       –        –        –        –
5083       Farm and garden machinery                                 146             878          5    688           13       5         3         1         4         –       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              641          4 213         18    423           49      22         8         9         6         4       –        –        –        –
514       Groceries and related products                              348          2 401         10    735            9       –         2         2         1         4       –        –        –        –
5149        Groceries and related products, n.e.c.                    152          1 372          6    457            3       –         –         1         –         2       –        –        –        –
––      Administrative and auxiliary                                  114            838          3    369            3       –         –         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
             Retail trade                                          5 597          15 427         67 475             414     181        80        78        58         9       7        1        –        –
52      Building materials and garden supplies                       222             842          4 315              22       9         4         7         2         –       –        –        –        –
525       Hardware stores                                            108             352          1 612               7       1         1         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                    705          1 631              7 090           9       1         3         –         –         1       4        –        –        –
531      Department stores                                            684          1 611              7 025           5       –         –         –         –         1       4        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   788          2 093              9 516          27       8         2         5         7         3       2        –        –        –
541       Grocery stores                                              721          1 945              8 801          19       4         1         3         6         3       2        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       770          3 245         14 203              66      22        15        18        10         1       –        –        –        –
551       New and used car dealers                                    300          2 007          8 485              11       1         –         2         7         1       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   393            838          3 699              32       5        10        14         3         –       –        –        –        –
57      Furniture and homefurnishings stores                          168              680            2 901          28      15         8         4         1         –       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                 2 272           3 826         16 355             171      65        34        34        33         4       –        1        –        –
5812        Eating places                                          2 113           3 596         15 306             120      25        25        33        32         4       –        1        –        –
5813        Drinking places                                          159             230          1 049              51      40         9         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                          592          2 758         11 605              72      47        12         7         5         –       1        –        –        –
591       Drug stores and proprietary stores                          144            462          1 933               8       1         –         2         5         –       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       915          5 942         25 111             148      99        24        16         8         1       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       470          2 854         11 582              36       7        11        11         7         –       –        –        –        –
602      Commercial banks                                             357          2 281          9 272              23       5         3         8         7         –       –        –        –        –
62      Security and commodity brokers                                128          1 515              6 357          13      10         1         1         –         1       –        –        –        –
64      Insurance agents, brokers, and service                        127              646            2 493          37      32         3         1         1         –       –        –        –        –
65      Real estate                                                   148              457            2 696          50      42         5         3         –         –       –        –        –        –

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


COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS                                                                                                                                                     WISCONSIN                55
U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.          Counties                   Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        JEFFERSON Con.
            Services                                               7 399          30 151        127 360             584     314       140        77        34       10        4        2        3        –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                              189             296          1 317              19      11         –         4         3        1        –        –        –        –
701      Hotels and motels                                           173             276          1 136              15       8         –         3         3        1        –        –        –        –
72      Personal services                                             399          1 105              4 730          77      44        25         7         1         –       –        –        –        –
721       Laundry, cleaning, and garment services                     104            283              1 075          11       6         2         2         1         –       –        –        –        –
723       Beauty shops                                                192            538              2 374          40      19        19         2         –         –       –        –        –        –
73      Business services                                             750          2 380         11 085              64      34         9        12         4         5       –        –        –        –
734       Services to buildings                                       185            330          1 542              17       8         3         4         1         1       –        –        –        –
736       Personnel supply services                                   386          1 135          4 990              11       2         1         3         1         4       –        –        –        –
75      Auto repair, services, and parking                            208          1 037              4 405          55      36        15         4         –         –       –        –        –        –
753       Automotive repair shops                                     161            776              3 381          45      31        11         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
79      Amusement and recreation services                             219             448             2 698          32      18         5         6         3         –       –        –        –        –
80      Health services                                            2 440          13 855         58    924          119      50        42        17         4         2       2        –        2        –
801      Offices and clinics of medical doctors                      259           2 546         11    633           21       6         9         2         3         1       –        –        –        –
802      Offices and clinics of dentists                             196           1 032          5    097           32      15        11         5         1         –       –        –        –        –
804      Offices of other health practitioners                       128             738          3    245           27      16         8         3         –         –       –        –        –        –
805      Nursing and personal care facilities                      1 239           5 314         21    071           28       9        10         5         –         1       2        –        1        –
82      Educational services                                       1 075           3 930         14 794              13       1         1         3         6         –       1        –        1        –
83      Social services                                               862          2 609         10 720              47      24         8         7         5         1       1        1        –        –
835       Child day care services                                     163            307          1 292              19       7         4         6         2         –       –        –        –        –
836       Residential care                                            195            567          2 210              12       5         3         –         3         1       –        –        –        –
86      Membership organizations                                      798          1 537              6 524          73      38        19        11         4         –       –        1        –        –
866      Religious organizations                                      697          1 399              5 912          50      24        12         9         4         –       –        1        –        –
87      Engineering and management services                           297          2 185              8 702          46      32         6         4         3         1       –        –        –        –
874       Management and public relations                             114          1 121              4 318          13      10         1         –         1         1       –        –        –        –
            Unclassified establishments                                 –               –                9            4       4         –         –         –         –       –        –        –        –



        JUNEAU

                 Total                                             8 507          43 522        180 329             615     354       119        69        43       12       13        4        1        –
            Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing               22             101              616            4       2         1         1         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Construction                                              243          1 328              6 325          58      39        12         6         1         –       –        –        –        –
17      Special trade contractors                                     144             822             3 941          34      20         9         5         –         –       –        –        –        –
            Manufacturing                                          3 544          25 001         99 565              52      15         7         9         5         2      10        3        1        –
20      Food and kindred products                                     (C)             (D)               (D)           6       2         1         2         –         1       –        –        –        –
30      Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products                     (E)             (D)              (D)           6       2         1         1         –         –       1        1        –        –
308       Miscellaneous plastics products, n.e.c.                     126             507             2 166           5       2         1         1         –         –       1        –        –        –
33      Primary metal industries                                       (E)            (D)               (D)           2       –         –         –         1         –       –        1        –        –
34      Fabricated metal products                                     855          6 220         24 048               7       1         –         –         –         1       4        1        –        –
35      Industrial machinery and equipment                            325          2 097              8 594           8       1         1         3         1         –       2        –        –        –
36      Electronic and other electronic equipment                  1 149           8 865         32 462               3       –         –         –         –         –       2        –        1        –
37      Transportation equipment                                      (C)             (D)               (D)           3       1         1         –         –         –       1        –        –        –
            Transportation and public utilities                       306          1 306              5 505          48      34         5         5         3         1       –        –        –        –
41      Local and interurban passenger transit                        113             127              462            6       2         –         1         3         –       –        –        –        –
42      Trucking and warehousing                                      159             967             4 166          33      27         2         3         –         1       –        –        –        –
421       Trucking and courier services, except air                   159             967             4 166          33      27         2         3         –         1       –        –        –        –
            Wholesale trade                                           292          1 563              6 669          29      12         8         5         3         1       –        –        –        –
50      Wholesale trade durable goods                                 122             631             2 626          14       5         4         3         2         –       –        –        –        –
51      Wholesale trade nondurable goods                              170             932             4 043          15       7         4         2         1         1       –        –        –        –
            Retail trade                                           1 621           4 020         18 999             165      85        33        26        16         4       1        –        –        –
53      General merchandise stores                                    133             283             1 188           3       –         –         1         1         1       –        –        –        –
54      Food stores                                                   286             719             2 936          17       7         3         4         2         –       1        –        –        –
55      Automotive dealers and service stations                       289             963             4 236          28      13         4         7         3         1       –        –        –        –
554       Gasoline service stations                                   228             672             2 863          17       5         4         5         2         1       –        –        –        –
58      Eating and drinking places                                    647          1 049              5 301          68      38        11         9         8         2       –        –        –        –
5812        Eating places                                             594            963              4 857          46      19         9         8         8         2       –        –        –        –
59      Miscellaneous retail                                          141             464             2 102          27      18         6         1         2         –       –        –        –        –
            Finance, insurance, and real estate                       270          1 550              6 219          50      37         7         3         2         1       –        –        –        –
60      Depository institutions                                       (C)             (D)               (D)          15       6         4         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.


56       WISCONSIN                                                                                                                                COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                                                                      U.S. Census Bureau
Table 2.          Counties                  Employees, Payroll, and Establishments, by Industry: 1997 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

        JUNEAU Con.
            Services                                               2 209          8 653          36 375            205      126        46        14        13         3       2        1        –        –
70      Hotels and other lodging places                               603         1 874              8 185          22       13         2         –         4         1       2        –        –        –
73      Business services                                             215         1 010              4 033          17        7         5         2         2         1       –        –        –        –
738       Miscellaneou