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Statistics of U.S. Businesses: 2005:
|By detailed employment size||By year|
|Employment size of enterprise||Firms||
|Firms with 0 to 4 employees (as of March 12)||491||491||796||40,210|
|Firms with 5 to 9 employees||251||251||1,679||59,647|
|Firms with 10 to 19 employees||278||280||3,748||145,653|
|Firms with 20 to 99 employees||303||397||10,619||472,736|
|Firms with 100 to 499 employees||88||274||7,812||382,661|
|Firms with 500 employees or more||64||992||24,669||1,312,908|
|Firms with 500 to 749 employees||8||12||991||53,338|
|Firms with 750 to 999 employees||8||52||994||54,630|
|Firms with 1,000 to 1,499 employees||12||101||3,828||229,211|
|Firms with 1,500 to 2,499 employees||11||41||1,892||91,782|
|Firms with 2,500 employees or more||25||786||16,964||883,947|
|Year||Firms by employment size of enterprise||Paid employees by employment size of enterprise|
|Total||20 +||100 +||500 +||Total||20 +||100 +||500 +|
|All-sector table||By detailed employment size||By year||Data in formats for downloading||Other data for NAICS 21231|