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Definition: NAICS 11, 21, and 22, Other Business Sectors

NAICS groups 5 sectors in the goods-producing part of the economy. Construction and manufacturing are treated separately because there are monthly and annual surveys that provide data specifically for them. The remaining three sectors are treated together in the guide to data sources below since most of the data sources apply to all three. For definitions and other sector-specific information, see the links below:

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Guide to Data Sources for Agriculture, Mining, and Utilities from the U.S. Census Bureau

Frequency Title (with link to data) Contents Number of Industry Categories Geography
Quarterly Quarterly Financial Report Income, retained earnings, balance sheets, and related financial and operating ratios for the domestic operations of mining corporations with assets over $50 million. (No data for sectors 11 or 22)
1
U.S.
Quarterly Workforce Indicators Employment, job creation, separations, turnover, average monthly earnings
25
States, metro areas, counties
Annual Annual Capital Expenditures Survey Capital expenditures for structures and equipment for companies with paid employees
13
U.S.
Information and Communication Technology Survey Non-capitalized expenditures for information and communication technology equipment and software
3
U.S.
County Business Patterns Employees; payroll; number of establishments with paid employees by employment size of establishment
104
U.S., states, metro areas, counties, ZIP codes, Puerto Rico
Nonemployer Statistics Number of establishments and sales of firms with no paid employees
28
U.S., states, metro areas, counties
Statistics of U.S. Businesses Number of firms, employees, payroll, (and revenue, for 2002 only) by employment-size of the enterprise
104
U.S., states, metro areas
Statistics of U.S. Businesses -- Employment Change Number of establishments and year-to-year change in employment for births, deaths, expansions, and contractions.
25
U.S., states, metro areas, counties
Business Dynamics Statistics Number of establishments and year-to-year change in employments for births, death, expansions, and contractions by firm age and employment-size. Sector classification is by SIC.
2
U.S., states
Every 5 years Economic Census Number of establishments, sales, employees, and payroll (for additional topics available, see Economic Census details)
69
U.S., states, island areas
Economic Census of Island Areas Number of establishments, sales, employees, and payroll for establishments with payroll
Varies
Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, American Samoa
Survey of Business Owners Number of firms, sales, employees, and payroll for all businesses and for businesses owned by females, Hispanics, and major race categories (plus national-only data on veteran status and other owner and business characteristics)
7
U.S., states, metro areas

 
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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Business and Industry | (301)763-2547 | econ@census.gov | Last Revised: September 03, 2013