1997 Economic Census:
Mining
South Dakota


These data are from the 1997 and 2002 Economic Censuses.
For more recent data, see the current Industry Statistics Sampler.
 
Mining by Subsector
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NAICS
code
Description Estab-
lish-
ments
Value of
Shipments
($1,000)
Annual
payroll
($1,000)
Paid
employees
  21 Mining 67 256,216 66,713 1,837
212 Mining (except oil & gas) 43 231,401 61,093 1,691
213 Support activities for mining 18 19,928 5,314 139

 

 

Mining by Industry
Introductory text includes scope and methodology. Table includes only establishments with payroll. Nonemployers are shown separately. For descriptions of column headings and rows (industries), click on the appropriate underlined element in the table.
NAICS
code
Description Estab-
lish-
ments
Value of
Shipments
($1,000)
Annual
payroll
($1,000)
Paid
employees
21 Mining 67 256,216 66,713 1,837
212 Mining (except oil & gas) 43 231,401 61,093 1,691
2122 Metal ore mining 8 185,816 50,853 1,295
21222 Gold ore & silver ore mining 8 185,816 50,853 1,295
212221 Gold ore mining 8 185,816 50,853 1,295
2123 Nonmetallic mineral mining & quarrying 35 45,585 10,240 396
21231 Stone mining & quarrying 9 27,944 6,490 232
212312 Crushed & broken limestone mining & quarrying 4 D D (100-249)
21232 Sand, gravel, clay, ceramic & refractory minerals mng & quarrying 23 D D (100-249)
213 Support activities for mining 18 19,928 5,314 139
D = Withheld to avoid disclosure; N = Not available

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Source: 1997 Economic Census

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