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  Latest SUSB Annual Data  


2012 annual or static data include number of firms, number of establishments, employment, annual payroll, and estimated receipts for most U.S. business establishments. The data are tabulated by geographic area, industry, and enterprise size. Industry classification is based on 2012 North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes. An establishment with 0 employment is an establishment with no paid employees in the mid-March pay period but with paid employees at some time during the year.

Receipts data are available only for economic census years (years ending in 2 and 7). View the latest receipts data below.

Data User Notice posted on January 8, 2016: Census Bureau staff identified a processing error that affects selected data from the 2012 Statistics of U.S. Businesses (SUSB). As a result, we suppressed certain 2012 employment, payroll, and estimated receipts totals in the Educational Services sector (Sector 61) for the following geographies: Massachusetts; New Mexico; Boston-Cambridge-Newton, MA-NH metro area; and Albuquerque, NM metro area. This processing error did not affect other sectors or states. While suppressed values can be derived by subtraction, we do not recommend using the derived values in any analyses. The Census Bureau plans to release revised statistics as soon as possible.


The following links are subsets of SUSB data in spreadsheet format.
For more detailed industry and employment size classes, download additional data in comma-delimited format.

U.S. and States:

U.S. & states, totals [xls, 109 KB]
U.S., all industries [xls, 3.2 MB]

U.S. & states, NAICS sectors, small employment sizes (detailed employment less than 500 employees) [xls, 4.1 KB]
U.S. & states, NAICS sectors, large employment sizes (detailed employment up to 5,000+ employees) [xls, 3.1 KB]

U.S., NAICS sectors, larger employment sizes (detailed employment up to 10,000+ employees) [xls, 62 KB]

U.S., NAICS sectors, legal form of organization (LFO)  [xls, 280 KB]

States, NAICS sectors [xls, 1.9 MB]


Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs):

MSAs now based on January 2012 definitions.
Due to size restrictions in older versions of Excel, tabulated data are split across multiple files.
Files are in alphabetical order by MSA name [txt, 48 KB]
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1. Aberdeen, SD - Glasgow, KY, NAICS sectors  [xls, 10.4 MB]
2. Glens Falls, NY - Owensboro, KY, NAICS sectors [xls, 10.1 MB]
3. Owosso, MI - Zapata, TX, NAICS sectors [xls, 9.3 MB]


Counties:

State by county, totals [xls, 3.2 MB]


  • Data Tables by Enterprise Receipt Size

U.S., all industries [xls, 2.6 MB]
U.S., NAICS sectors, large receipt sizes [xls, 51 KB]

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  Latest SUSB Employment Change Data  


2011-2012 employment change or dynamic data include number of establishments and corresponding employment change for births, deaths, expansions, and contractions. The data are tabulated by geographic area, industry, and enterprise employment size. Industry classification is based on 2007 NAICS codes. An establishment with 0 employment is an establishment with no paid employees in the mid-March pay period but with paid employees at some time during the year. Learn More »

  • Data Tables by Enterprise Employment Size

The following links are subsets of SUSB data in spreadsheet format.
For a complete file with percentages, download data in comma-delimited format.

U.S. and States:

U.S. & states, totals [xls, 152 KB]
U.S., industries (4-digit NAICS) [xls, 948 KB]
States, NAICS sectors [xls, 2.7 MB]


Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSA's):

MSA's, totals [xls, 759 KB]


Counties:

State by county, NAICS sectors (no enterprise employment size data) [xls, 20.4 MB]


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  More SUSB Data  



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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Statistics of U.S. Businesses | (301) 763-3321 or Email |  Last Revised: January 19, 2016