1997 Economic Census:
Comparative Statistics for the States
1987 SIC Basis: Financial, Insurance, and Real Estate Industries

 
Financial, Insurance, and Real Estate Industries - States Ranked by Growth in Employment 1992 to 1997
Includes only establishments with payroll. Data are in current dollars and have not been adjusted for inflation. Introductory text includes scope and methodology. For descriptions of column headings and rows (industries), click on the appropriate underlined element in the table. "% chg" columns show percent change between 1992 and 1997. An alternate display has 1992 columns.

State Establishments Revenue
($1,000)
Paid employees Annual payroll
($1,000)
1997 % chg 1997 % chg 1997 % chg 1997 % chg
Nevada 5,177 40.8 N N 40,038 41.1 1,279,439 76.3
Delaware 4,210 41.4 N N 52,071 35.5 2,176,527 93.5
Utah 5,141 42.1 N N 48,569 34.2 1,462,093 68.6
North Carolina 16,843 21.5 N N 170,949 30.1 6,267,017 79.0
Oregon 9,187 25.4 N N 83,852 29.1 2,897,089 67.6
Arizona 11,366 28.4 N N 110,539 25.7 3,658,873 48.9
Minnesota 12,840 21.0 N N 152,750 22.4 6,232,366 51.4
Ohio 24,643 11.6 N N 303,312 22.0 10,227,387 51.6
Tennessee 12,215 19.8 N N 123,091 21.6 4,247,723 56.4
Colorado 13,640 29.8 N N 119,331 20.6 4,392,917 54.6
Michigan 19,451 15.8 N N 226,680 18.8 7,888,761 48.1
Alabama 8,411 11.0 N N 86,105 18.7 2,696,398 46.6
South Carolina 8,499 18.5 N N 73,899 18.6 2,191,655 48.4
Nebraska 4,861 12.5 N N 57,400 18.3 1,781,185 38.7
Iowa 7,670 10.7 N N 82,571 16.9 2,749,916 49.2
New Mexico 4,055 23.0 N N 30,150 16.8 817,528 38.3
North Dakota 1,991 8.0 N N 14,314 16.6 371,627 32.4
Georgia 17,992 21.3 N N 190,856 15.4 7,270,600 47.7
Wisconsin 12,581 12.4 N N 152,563 14.9 5,357,920 43.5
Kentucky 7,911 18.6 N N 71,664 14.7 2,133,023 36.9
Massachusetts 14,325 12.9 N N 247,872 14.4 12,728,967 57.4
Missouri 13,688 15.8 N N 149,584 14.3 5,198,325 43.1
Arkansas 5,338 18.9 N N 40,995 14.1 1,182,840 34.3
Pennsylvania 24,944 8.9 N N 342,807 13.8 12,788,799 42.2
Texas 45,137 18.3 N N 452,103 13.6 16,855,122 41.8
Oklahoma 8,351 18.7 N N 67,101 13.2 2,003,137 38.4
Virginia 15,552 8.6 N N 173,123 13.0 6,145,840 42.3
United States 661,388 12.9 2,474,943,634 35.1 7,314,321 12.4 308,154,498 45.7
Washington 15,149 16.1 N N 127,681 10.9 4,561,913 34.4
New Jersey 18,869 5.2 N N 251,453 10.3 11,960,496 47.3
Maine 2,816 11.4 N N 26,289 9.9 906,349 34.7
Kansas 7,423 16.5 N N 64,496 8.7 2,103,069 39.6
Louisiana 10,009 14.2 N N 81,495 8.3 2,461,217 33.5
Alaska 1,200 11.8 N N 9,842 8.0 335,222 24.2
Maryland 11,896 10.1 N N 140,830 6.7 5,467,655 31.8
California 73,580 0.4 N N 820,011 6.7 35,650,883 37.3
Mississippi 5,521 7.2 N N 39,365 6.6 1,102,195 32.5
Illinois 31,193 14.3 N N 401,132 6.5 18,277,430 37.8
Idaho 3,009 25.0 N N 18,741 6.3 534,196 31.3
New York 54,966 5.9 N N 771,470 4.8 58,600,613 54.7
New Hampshire 2,881 12.1 N N 28,719 -0.5 1,026,219 22.0
Rhode Island 2,155 13.1 N N 26,944 -2.1 932,248 22.0
Hawaii 3,850 -2.7 N N 35,201 -5.4 1,135,785 9.0
District of Columbia 2,161 -1.0 N N 26,621 -6.5 1,699,162 48.9
Connecticut 8,904 8.5 N N 137,061 -8.9 7,285,415 22.7
Florida 45,027 14.6 D N (100,000+) N D N
Indiana 13,588 19.2 D N (100,000+) N D N
Montana 2,574 19.3 D N (10k-24999) N D N
South Dakota 2,303 14.1 D N (10k-24999) N D N
Vermont 1,564 7.3 D N (10k-24999) N D N
West Virginia 3,375 11.9 D N (25k-49999) N D N
Wyoming 1,357 15.9 D N (5000-9999) N D N
N=Comparable data not available D=Withheld to avoid disclosure

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Source: 1997 Economic Census, Comparative Statistics

Last modified: 6/28/00