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Nonemployer Statistics
Construction
South Dakota

Data based on the 2002 Nonemployer Statistics. Includes only firms subject to federal income tax. Introductory text includes scope and methodology, non-sampling error, and confidentiality protection. For descriptions of column headings and rows (industries), click on the appropriate underlined element in the table.
NAICS
Code
Description Nonemployers
Establish-
ments
Receipts
($1,000)
23 Construction 6,161 254,309
236 Construction of buildings 1,545 93,510
2361 Residential building construction 1,307 83,365
2362 Nonresidential building construction 238 10,145
237 Heavy and civil engineering construction 286 26,387
2371 Utility system construction 31 1,095
2372 Land subdivision 99 18,613
23721 Land subdivision 99 18,613
2373 Highway, street, and bridge construction 41 1,633
23731 Highway, street, and bridge construction 41 1,633
2379 Other heavy and civil engineering construction 115 5,046
23799 Other heavy and civil engineering construction 115 5,046
238 Specialty trade contractors 4,330 134,412
2381 Foundation, structure, and building exterior contractors 735 21,560
2382 Building equipment contractors 519 19,596
23821 Electrical Contractors 230 7,057
23822 Plumbing, heating, and air-conditioning contractors 256 11,737
23829 Other building equipment contractors 33 802
2383 Building finishing contractors 1,877 52,605
2389 Other specialty trade contractors 1,199 40,651
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The data in this table are based on the 2002 Nonemployer Statistics. These data are subject to nonsampling error due to nonresponse, coverage problems, misreporting, and processing error. Data users who create their own estimates using data from this report should cite the Census Bureau as the source of the original data only. For more information, see the introductory text

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2002 Economic Census, Nonemployer Statistics

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