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2020 Census Redistricting Data Now Available on data.census.gov

Release Number CB21-SFS.38
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From Topics > Business > Small Business > About: Small businesses and entrepreneurs need data to make informed decisions about opening or growing a business. The Census Bureau’s business statistics profile firms with and without paid employees by NAICS industry and for varying levels of geography.

Here you will find detailed statistics about U.S. businesses. Statistics are available on the characteristics of the businesses: their NAICS industry, their geographic location, their size, age, and much more. Additional information is available periodically on the characteristics of the business owners.

Businesses are dynamic and the Census Bureau produces extensive information quarterly and annually about how firms with employees change in terms of their location, structure, employment, and jobs. Information about business births, deaths, job flows, and worker characteristics highlight the ever-changing business environment.

Data tools makes it easy for existing and aspiring entrepreneurs to use Census Bureau demographic and economic statistics to grow their businesses and compare their operations with other businesses in their geographic area or industry.

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau and National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, 2019 Annual Business Survey (ABS), data year 2018.

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From Topics > Business > Small Business: Here you will find detailed statistics about U.S. businesses that are essential to help small businesses succeed and grow.

Note: The table above is modified to show four columns of data by employment size for the United States. Click on the table to see all rows and columns for all states.


Source: Economic Census 1977-2017.


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