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Arts, entertainment, and recreation
Nonemployer Statistics originate from tax return information of the Internal Revenue Service. The 2004 and 2005 Nonemployer totals may be low due to late tax reporting in hurricane impacted counties/regions. The data are subject to nonsampling error such as errors of self-classification by industry on tax forms, as well as errors of response, nonreporting and coverage. Values provided by each firm are slightly modified to protect the respondent's confidentiality. For further information about methodology and data limitations, see Survey Methodology. For descriptions of column headings and rows (industries), click on the appropriate underlined element in the table.
|71||Arts, entertainment, and recreation||21,151||393,644|
|711||Performing arts, spectator sports, and related industries||18,411||315,102|
|7111||Performing arts companies||483||13,053|
|7113||Promoters of performing arts, sports, and similar events||600||22,892|
|7114||Agents and managers for artists, athletes, entertainers and other public figures||459||12,179|
|71141||Agents and managers for artists, athletes, entertainers and other public figures||459||12,179|
|7115||Independent artists, writers, and performers||14,836||241,180|
|71151||Independent artists, writers, and performers||14,836||241,180|
|712||Museums, historical sites, and similar institutions||94||1,671|
|7121||Museums, historical sites, and similar institutions||94||1,671|
|713||Amusement, gambling, and recreation industries||2,646||76,871|
|7131||Amusement parks and arcades||68||4,051|
|7139||Other amusement and recreation services||2,443||64,866|
|Top||All-sector table||Data in formats for downloading|