1997 Nonemployer Statistics
Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation

Delaware
Includes only firms subject to federal income tax. Nonemployers are businesses with no paid employees. Introductory text includes scope and methodology. More detail is available for employers. For descriptions of column headings and rows (industries), click on the appropriate underlined element in the table.
NAICS
code
Description All taxable firms Nonemployers Employers
Establish-
ments
Receipts
($1,000)
Establish-
ments
Receipts
($1,000)
Establish-
ments
Receipts
($1,000)
71 Arts, entertainment, & recreation 2,051 272,412 1,835 32,272 216 240,140
711 Performing arts, spectator sports, & related industries 1,420 184,938 1,364 22,022 56 162,916
7111 Performing arts companies 44 15,258 29 625 15 14,633
7112 Spectator sports 370 N 348 7,939 22 D
7113 Promoters of performing arts, sports, & similar events 42 N 38 654 4 D
7114 Agents/managers for artists, athletes, & other public figures 34 N 33 1,108 1 D
71141 Agents/managers for artists, athletes, & other public figures 34 N 33 1,108 1 D
7115 Independent artists, writers, & performers 930 N 916 11,696 14 D
712 Museums, historical sites, & similar institutions N N D D N N
713 Amusement, gambling, & recreation industries N N D D 160 77,224
7131 Amusement parks & arcades 45 9,543 32 1,933 13 7,610
7132 Gambling industries N N D D N N
7139 Other amusement & recreation services 561 76,774 414 7,160 147 69,614
D Withheld to avoid disclosure;   N Not available; S Withheld because data do not meet publication standards;   W Wholesale receipts for nonemployers are not comparable to wholesale sales for employers;   X Industry not in scope of Economic Census for employers;   t Total does not include employer data for out-of-scope industries;   r revised subsequent to initial publication

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Source: 1997 Economic Census:   Nonemployer Statistics and Geographic Area Series (for employers)

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