1997 Economic Census:
|Press release:||Service Industries New Economy's Biggest Generator of Jobs; Mississippi Leads States, Census Bureau Reports|
|Sector||Top industries nationally||Top states|
|Mineral Industries||Top industries||Top states|
|Construction Industries||Top industries||Top states|
|Manufactures||Top industries||Top states|
|Transportation, Communications, and Utilities||Top industries||Top states|
|Wholesale Trade||Top industries||Top states|
|Retail Trade||Top industries||Top states|
|Finance, Insurance, and Real Estates||Top industries||Top states|
|Service Industries, firms subject to federal income tax||Top industries||Top states|
|Service Industries, tax-exempt firms||Top industries||Top states|
These SIC-based data are the only data from the 1997 Economic Census that allow
comparisons to prior census data. More detailed data have been published, for 1997 only,
according to the North American Industry Classfication System (NAICS).
The relationship between the two classification systems is explored in the
Bridge Between NAICS and SIC.
The relationship between the two classification systems is explored in the Bridge Between NAICS and SIC.
The following files contain all U.S. and state data from the 1997-1992 Comparative Statistics.
Unlike NAICS-based data from the 1997 Economic Census,
these data are not accessible in American FactFinder.