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1 2015 Business types of business by area 1 Page 1 of 3 Establishments 1,696, , ,489 Employees 17,135,176 9,348,865 6,961,752 Average employees per establishment Establishments by type 1 % % % Industrial 219, , , Mining 2, , , Construction 11, , , Construction, small firms 2 102, , , Technological activities and research 6, , , Transportation 25, , , Wholesale trade -industrial 44, , , Warehousing 11, , , General industrial 14, , , Manufacturing 54, , , Heavy manufacturing 2, , General manufacturing 5, , , Light manufacturing 5, , , Manufacturing, small module 2 40, , , Commercial 587, , , Retail trade 218, , , Restaurants and bars 91, , , Personal, rental, and repair services 101, , , Automotive repair services 39, , , Hotels and motels 9, , , Theaters and other retail amusements 3, , , Equipment rental 12, , , Wholesale trade -commercial 21, , , General commercial 90, , , Notes: 1. Using source database detailed SIC coding, establishments are classified according to their most likely land use and siting in an industrial, manufacturing, commercial or office setting. 2. Establishments with less than 10 employees. Minor category percent shares are based on the major category; major category percent shares are based on total employees. Source: InfoGroup, Scan/US 2015 Estimates 06/08/ Scan/US, Inc. All rights reserved

2 2015 Business types of business by area 2 Page 2 of 3 Establishments by type 1 (continued) % % % Offices 624, , , Business and corporate administration 8, , , Finance, insurance, and real estate 49, , , Finance, insurance, real est.,small office 2 118, , , Professional services 154, , , Business services 51, , , General office 78, , , Medical services 163, , , Other 188, , , Schools and colleges 22, , , Libraries 1, , Hospitals and related medical services 7, , , Museums, art galleries, and gardens 2, Outdoor recreation and amusements 22, , , Public administration 25, , , Churches 25, , , Other, not elsewhere classified 80, , , Employment by type 1 % % % Industrial 2,082, ,069, , Mining 41, , , Construction 417, , , Construction, small firms 2 296, , , Technological activities and research 222, , , Transportation 296, , , Wholesale trade -industrial 508, , , Warehousing 110, , , General industrial 189, , , Source: InfoGroup, Scan/US 2015 Estimates 06/08/ Scan/US, Inc. All rights reserved

3 2015 Business types of business by area 3 Page 3 of 3 Employment by type 1 (continued) % % % Manufacturing 924, , , Heavy manufacturing 116, , , General manufacturing 350, , , Light manufacturing 301, , , Manufacturing, small module 2 155, , , Commercial 5,020, ,056, ,840, Retail trade 2,001, ,221, , Restaurants and bars 1,237, , , Personal, rental, and repair services 380, , , Automotive repair services 154, , , Hotels and motels 270, , , Theaters and other retail amusements 42, , , Equipment rental 57, , , Wholesale trade -commercial 166, , , General commercial 708, , , Offices 5,486, ,850, ,317, Business and corporate administration 1,327, , , Finance, insurance, and real estate 657, , , Finance, insurance, real est.,small office 2 341, , , Professional services 980, , , Business services 450, , , General office 665, , , Medical services 1,064, , , Other 3,452, ,984, ,463, Schools and colleges 1,063, , , Libraries 25, , , Hospitals and related medical services 613, , , Museums, art galleries, and gardens 24, , , Outdoor recreation and amusements 358, , , Public administration 1,012, , , Churches 140, , , Other, not elsewhere classified 214, , , Source: InfoGroup, Scan/US 2015 Estimates 06/08/ Scan/US, Inc. All rights reserved

4 2015 Retail comparing areas establishment counts 1 Page 1 of 6 Establishments 1,696, , ,489 Employees 17,135,176 9,348,865 6,961,752 Average employees per establishment % % % Retail establishments 482, , Motor vehicle and parts dealers New car dealers (44111) Used car dealers (44112) 5, , Other motor vehicle dealers (4412) 4, , Auto parts and accessories (44131) 6, , , , , , , , , Tire dealers (44132) 3, , , , Furniture and home furnishings 12, , , Furniture stores (44211) 5, , , Floor covering stores (44221) 2, , Other home furnishings (442 nec) 4, , , Electronics and appliances 26, , Household appliances (443111) 4, , Radio, TV, electronics, cameras (443 nec) 8, , Computers and software (44312) 13, , , , , , Building materials and garden supplies 19, , , Home centers (44411) 1, , Paint and wallpaper stores (44412) 1, Hardware stores (44413) 1, Other building materials (444 nec) 14, , , Nursery and garden centers (44422) 2, , Food and beverage stores 30, , , Supermarkets (44511) 11, , , Convenience stores (44512) 4, , , Specialty food stores (4452) 8, , , Beer, wine and liquor (44531) 5, , , Health and personal care stores 17, , , Pharmacies and drug stores (44611) 6, , , Cosmetics and beauty supplies (44612) 4, , , Optical goods (44613) 1, , Health supplements, personal care (4461) 4, , , Establishments are classified according to NAICS (North American Industrial Classification System), with codes shown in parentheses. Category percent shares are based on the next higher category totals. Source: InfoGroup, Scan/US 2015 Estimates 06/08/ Scan/US, Inc. All rights reserved

5 2015 Retail comparing areas establishment counts 2 Page 2 of 6 Retail establishments (continued) % % % Gasoline stations 8,938 4,572 3,199 Gas stations w/convenience store(44711) 1, , , Gas stations (447 nec) 7, , , Clothing and clothing accessories 36,770 17,898 8,913 Men's clothing (44811) 1, Women's clothing (44812) 6, , , Children's and infants clothing (44813) 1, Family clothing stores (44814) 6, , , Clothing accessories (44815) 2, , Other clothing ( , , , Shoe stores (44821) 4, , , Jewelry stores (44831) 7, , , Sporting goods, hobby, book, music stores 15,276 7,609 4,521 Sporting goods stores (45111) 6, , , Hobby, toy and game stores (45112) 3, , , Sewing, needlework, piece goods (45113) 1, Musical instruments and supplies (45114) 1, Book stores (451211) 2, Other leisure goods (4512 nec) General merchandise stores 8,463 6,600 3,237 Department stores (45211) 3, , , Warehouse club and superstores (45291) Other general merchandise (452 nec) 4, , , Miscellaneous store retailers 36,767 20,591 11,291 Florists (45311) 4, , , Office supplies and stationery (45321) 1, Gifts, novelties, souveniers (45322) 7, , , Used merchandise (45331) 6, , , Pets and pet supplies (45391) 2, , Other miscellaneous retail (453 nec) 14, , , Nonstore retailers (454) 5,476 3,265 1,930 Source: InfoGroup, Scan/US 2015 Estimates 06/08/ Scan/US, Inc. All rights reserved

6 2015 Retail comparing areas establishment counts 3 Page 3 of 6 Establishments 1,696, , ,489 Retail establishments (continued) % % % Retail services, nec 15,665 12,157 5,857 Movie theaters (512131) Auto equipment rental and leasing (5321) 5, , , Consumer goods rental (532 nec) 9, , , Food services 94,160 48,453 33,461 Full-Service restaurants (7221) 59, , , Full-Service restaurant chains 3, , , Limited-Service restaurants (7222) 31, , , Fast Food/Fast Casual chains 694, , , Drinking places (7224) 3, , , Repair and maintenance services 54,145 28,220 16,933 Auto repair services (8111) 39, , , Consumer electronics repair (8112) 4, , , Home and garden equipment repair (8114) 9, , , Personal care services 73,524 38,233 23,564 Barber shops (812111) 3, , , Beauty shops (812112) 33, , , Nail salons (812113) 6, , , Other personal care services (8121 nec) 9, , , Coin-op laundries, dry cleaners (81231) 1, Dry cleaning and laundry Services (81232) 6, , , All other personal services (812 nec) 12, , , Source: InfoGroup, Scan/US 2015 Estimates 06/08/ Scan/US, Inc. All rights reserved

7 2015 Retail comparing areas employment counts 4 Page 4 of 6 Employees 17,135,176 9,348,865 6,961,752 % % % Retail employment 4,327, ,489, ,584, Motor vehicle and parts dealers 293, , , New car dealers (44111) 164, , , Used car dealers (44112) 23, , , Other motor vehicle dealers (4412) 35, , , Auto parts and accessories (44131) 48, , , Tire dealers (44132) 21, , , Furniture and home furnishings 93, , , Furniture stores (44211) 44, , , Floor covering stores (44221) 17, , , Other home furnishings (442 nec) 31, , , Electronics and appliances 363, , , Household appliances (443111) 40, , , Radio, TV, electronics, cameras (443 nec) 56, , , Computers and software (44312) 266, , , Building materials and garden supplies 194, , , Home centers (44411) 75, , , Paint and wallpaper stores (44412) 6, , , Hardware stores (44413) 32, , , Other building materials (444 nec) 80, , , Nursery and garden centers (44422) 21, , , Food and beverage stores 407, , , Supermarkets (44511) 297, , , Convenience stores (44512) 24, , , Specialty food stores (4452) 66, , , Beer, wine and liquor (44531) 19, , , Health and personal care stores 148, , , Pharmacies and drug stores (44611) 87, , , Cosmetics and beauty supplies (44612) 27, , , Optical goods (44613) 12, , , Health supplements, personal care (4461) 21, , , Source: InfoGroup, Scan/US 2015 Estimates 06/08/ Scan/US, Inc. All rights reserved

8 2015 Retail comparing areas employment counts 5 Page 5 of 6 Employees 17,135,176 9,348,865 6,961,752 Retail employment (continued) % % % Gasoline stations 45,455 24,197 21,824 Gas stations w/convenience store(44711) 7, , , Gas stations (447 nec) 37, , , Clothing and clothing accessories 245, ,917 66,192 Men's clothing (44811) 7, , , Women's clothing (44812) 35, , , Children's and infants clothing (44813) 16, , , Family clothing stores (44814) 81, , , Clothing accessories (44815) 12, , , Other clothing ( , , , Shoe stores (44821) 29, , , Jewelry stores (44831) 26, , , Sporting goods, hobby, book, music stores 101,799 49,903 35,773 Sporting goods stores (45111) 47, , , Hobby, toy and game stores (45112) 24, , , Sewing, needlework, piece goods (45113) 6, , , Musical instruments and supplies (45114) 7, , , Book stores (451211) 13, , , Other leisure goods (4512 nec) 2, , General merchandise stores 312, , ,286 Department stores (45211) 245, , , Warehouse club and superstores (45291) 32, , , Other general merchandise (452 nec) 33, , , Miscellaneous store retailers 181, ,414 65,264 Florists (45311) 14, , , Office supplies and stationery (45321) 14, , , Gifts, novelties, souveniers (45322) 33, , , Used merchandise (45331) 32, , , Pets and pet supplies (45391) 17, , , Other miscellaneous retail (453 nec) 68, , , Nonstore retailers (454) 40,558 30,028 20,768 Source: InfoGroup, Scan/US 2015 Estimates 2015 Scan/US, Inc. All rights reserved

9 2015 Retail comparing areas employment counts 6 Page 6 of 6 Employees 17,135,176 9,348,865 6,961,752 Retail employment (continued) % % % Retail services, nec 92,530 58, ,779 Movie theaters (512131) 15, , , Auto equipment rental and leasing (5321) 33, , , Consumer goods rental (532 nec) 43, , , Food services 1,258, , ,891 Full-Service restaurants (7221) 764, , , Full-Service restaurant chains 195, , , Limited-Service restaurants (7222) 470, , , Fast Food/Fast Casual chains 389, , , Drinking places (7224) 23, , , Repair and maintenance services 221, , ,718 Auto repair services (8111) 162, , , Consumer electronics repair (8112) 28, , , Home and garden equipment repair (8114) 30, , , Personal care services 304, , ,831 Barber shops (812111) 8, , , Beauty shops (812112) 136, , , Nail salons (812113) 20, , , Other personal care services (8121 nec) 38, , , Coin-op laundries, dry cleaners (81231) 3, , Dry cleaning and laundry Services (81232) 24, , , All other personal services (812 nec) 73, , , Source: InfoGroup, Scan/US 2015 Estimates 2015 Scan/US, Inc. All rights reserved

10 2015 Business industry by area establishments by industry 1 Establishments 1,696, , ,489 Employees 17,135,176 9,348,865 6,961,752 Average employees per establishment Establishments by industry 1 % % % Agriculture (11) 9, , , Mining Oil and gas extraction (211) Coal/ore mining (21 exc 211) Utilities (22) 2, , Construction 125, , , General construction (23 exc 237) 116, , , Heavy construction (237) 8, , , Manufacturing 60, , , Food mfg (311) 6, , , Beverage, tobacco products (312) 3, Textile mills (313) 1, Textile products (314) 1, Apparel mfg (315) 1, Leather mfg (316) Wood products (321) 1, Paper mfg (322) Printing (323) 6, , , Petroleum, coal products (324) Chemicals (325) 1, Plastics/rubber products (326) 1, Nonmetallic mineral products (327) 1, Primary metal mfg (331) Fabricated metals (332) 9, , , Machinery mfg (333) 3, , , Computer, electronic products (334) 3, , Electrical equipment, appliances (335) 1, Transportation equipment (336) 1, Furniture mfg (337) 3, , , Miscellaneous manufacturing (33 nec 2 ) 10, , , Establishments are classified using NAICS (North American Industrial Classification System), with codes shown in parentheses. 2. nec = "not elsewhere classified" Category percent shares are based on the next higher category totals.

11 2015 Business industry by area establishments by industry 2 Establishments 1,696, , ,489 Average employees per establishment Establishments by industry (cont.) % % % Wholesale trade 70, , , Durable goods (423) 49, , , Nondurable goods (424) 18, , , Electronic markets and brokers (425) 2, , Retail Trade 243, , , Motor vehicle and parts dealers (441) 22, , , Furniture and home furnishings (442) 12, , , Electronics and appliances (443) 26, , , Building materials, garden supplies (444) 21, , , Food and beverage stores (445) 30, , , Health and personal care stores (446) 17, , , Gasoline stations (447) 8, , , Clothing and clothing accessories (448) 36, , , Sporting goods, hobby, book, music (451) 15, , , General merchandise stores (452) 8, , , Miscellaneous store retailers (453) 36, , , Nonstore retailers (454) 5, , , Transportation and warehousing 33, , , Transportation (48) 29, , ,596 Warehousing/stg, postal/courier serv (49) 4, , ,487 Information 34, , , Publishing (511 nec) 4, , , Software publishers (5112) Motion pictures and video (512 nec) 7, , , Movie theaters (512131) Broadcasting (except Internet) (515) 2, , , Telecommunications (517) 10, , , Data processing, hosting (518) 4, , , Other Information Services (519) 4, , , Finance and insurance 111, , , Banking and related (52 nec) 71, , , Insurance carriers and related (524) 40, , ,

12 2015 Business industry by area establishments by industry 3 Establishments 1,696, ,794 Employees 17,135,176 9,348, ,489 6,961,752 Establishments by industry (cont.) % % % Real estate, rental and leasing 92, , Real estate (531) 77, , Rental and leasing (53 nec) 14, , , , , Professional, scientific, technical services 189, , , Legal services (5411) 53, , , Accounting and related (5412) 25, , , Architectural, engineering, related (5413) 22, , , Specialized design (5414) 10, , , Computer systems design, related (5415) 8, , , Mngmt, scientific, tech consult (5416) 28, , , Scientific research, development (5417) 5, , , Advertising, publ relations, related (5418) 10, , , Other prof/scientific/tech services (5419) 25, , , Management of companies/enterprises (55) Administrative and waste mngt services 71, , , Administrative and support (561) 68, , , Waste management, remediation (562) 3, , , Educational Services 39, , , Elementary and Secondary Schools (6111) 17, , , Colleges, universities (6112-3) 2, , Bus schools, computer, mgnt trng (6114) 1, Technical and trade schools (6115) 2, , Educational services (611 nec) 16, , , Health care 176, , , Offices of physicians (6211) 64, , , Offices of dentists (6212) 27, , , Other health practitioners (6213) 49, , , Outpatient care (6214) 8, , , Medical and diagnostic laboratories (6215) 3, , Home health care services (6216) 4, , , Ambulatory health care services (621 nec) 7, , , (continued)

13 2015 Business industry by area establishments by industry 4 Establishments by industry (cont.) % % % Health care (continued) General medical and surgical hosp (6221) 1, , Psychiatric, substance abuse hosp (6222) 1, , Other hospitals (622 nec) Nursing and residential care (623) 8, , , Social assistance 33, , , Individual and family services (6241) 19, , , Community relief services (6242) Vocational rehabilitation (6243) 1, , Child day care services (6244) 10, , , Arts, entertainment, and recreation 28, , , Performing arts (7111) 3, , , Spectator sports (7112) Performing arts, sports promoters (7113) 1, Agents and Managers (7114) Indep artists, writers, performers (7115) 5, , , Museums, zoos, historical sites (712) 4, , , Amusemnt, gambling, recreation(713 nec) 5, , , Fitness Centers (71394) 7, , , Accommodation and food services 105, , , Accommodation (721) 11, , , Food services and drinking places (722) 94, , , Other services 180, , , Repair and maintenance services (811) 57, , , Personal care services (812 nec) 73, , , Death care services (8122) 1, , , Religious, civic, professional orgs (813) 47, , , Public administration (92) 26, , , Source: InfoGroup, Scan/US 2015 Estimates 06/08/2015

14 2015 Business industry by area employment by industry 5 Employment by industry % % % Agriculture (11) 116, , , Mining 19, , , Oil and gas extraction (211) 5, , , Coal/ore mining (21 exc 211) 13, , , Utilities (22) 77, , , Construction 805, , , General construction (23 exc 237) 704, , , Heavy construction (237) 101, , , Manufacturing 1,270, , , Food mfg (311) 115, , , Beverage, tobacco products (312) 73, , , Textile mills (313) 12, , , Textile products (314) 15, , , Apparel mfg (315) 20, , , Leather mfg (316) 3, Wood products (321) 22, , , Paper mfg (322) 31, , , Printing (323) 53, , , Petroleum, coal products (324) 25, , , Chemicals (325) 52, , , Plastics/rubber products (326) 40, , , Nonmetallic mineral products (327) 30, , , Primary metal mfg (331) 18, , , Fabricated metals (332) 146, , , Machinery mfg (333) 97, , , Computer, electronic products (334) 212, , , Electrical equipment, appliances (335) 32, , , Transportation equipment (336) 70, , , Furniture mfg (337) 31, , , Miscellaneous manufacturing (33 nec) 166, , ,

15 2015 Business industry by area employment by industry 6 Employment by industry (cont.) % % % Wholesale trade 835, , , Durable goods (423) 489, , , Nondurable goods (424) 313, , , Electronic markets and brokers (425) 31, , , Retail Trade 2,442, ,408, , Motor vehicle and parts dealers (441) 286, , , Furniture and home furnishings (442) 93, , , Electronics and appliances (443) 363, , , Building materials, garden supplies (444) 216, , , Food and beverage stores (445) 407, , , Health and personal care stores (446) 148, , , Gasoline stations (447) 45, , , Clothing and clothing accessories (448) 245, , , Sporting goods, hobby, book, music (451) 101, , , General merchandise stores (452) 312, , , Miscellaneous store retailers (453) 181, , , Nonstore retailers (454) 40, , , Transportation and warehousing 404, , , Transportation (48) 329, , , Warehousing/stg, postal/courier serv (49) 74, , , Information 438, , , Publishing (511 nec) 72, , , Software publishers (5112) 8, , , Motion pictures and video (512 nec) 70, , , Movie theaters (512131) 15, , , Broadcasting (except Internet) (515) 79, , , Telecommunications (517) 90, , , Data processing, hosting (518) 49, , , Other Information Services (519) 52, , , Finance and insurance 687, , , Banking and related (52 nec) 421, , , Insurance carriers and related (524) 265, , ,

16 2015 Business industry by area employment by industry 7 Employment by industry (cont.) % % % Real estate, rental and leasing 530, , , Real estate (531) 452, , , Rental and leasing (53 nec) 77, , , Professional, scientific, technical services 1,303, , , Legal services (5411) 272, , , Accounting and related (5412) 128, , , Architectural, engineering, related (5413) 192, , , Specialized design (5414) 41, , , Computer systems design, related (5415) 69, , , Mngmt, scientific, tech consult (5416) 259, , , Scientific research, development (5417) 107, , , Advertising, publ relations, related (5418) 105, , , Other prof/scientific/tech services (5419) 125, , , Management of companies/enterprises (55) 16, , , Administrative and waste mngt services 595, , , Administrative and support (561) 554, , , Waste management, remediation (562) 41, , , Educational Services 1,302, , , Elementary and Secondary Schools (6111) 850, , , Colleges, universities (6112-3) 336, , , Bus schools, computer, mgnt trng (6114) 11, , , Technical and trade schools (6115) 11, , , Educational services (611 nec) 91, , , Health care 1,911, ,219, , Offices of physicians (6211) 387, , , Offices of dentists (6212) 159, , , Other health practitioners (6213) 138, , , Outpatient care (6214) 161, , , Medical and diagnostic laboratories (6215) 44, , , Home health care services (6216) 79, , , Ambulatory health care services (621 nec) 129, , , (continued)

17 2015 Business industry by area employment by industry 8 Employment by industry (cont.) % % % Health care (continued) General medical and surgical hosp (6221) 525, , , Psychiatric, substance abuse hosp (6222) 38, , , Other hospitals (622 nec) 7, , , Nursing and residential care (623) 239, , , Social assistance 340, , , Individual and family services (6241) 178, , , Community relief services (6242) 6, , , Vocational rehabilitation (6243) 54, , , Child day care services (6244) 101, , , Arts, entertainment, and recreation 441, , , Performing arts (7111) 41, , , Spectator sports (7112) 7, , , Performing arts, sports promoters (7113) 17, , , Agents and Managers (7114) 2, Indep artists, writers, performers (7115) 31, , , Museums, zoos, historical sites (712) 66, , , Amusemnt, gambling, recreation(713 nec) 187, , , Fitness Centers (71394) 86, , , Accommodation and food services 1,556, ,001, , Accommodation (721) 298, , , Food services and drinking places (722) 1,258, , , Other services 867, , , Repair and maintenance services (811) 234, , , Personal care services (812 nec) 304, , , Death care services (8122) 14, , , Religious, civic, professional orgs (813) 314, , , Public administration (92) 1,046, , , Source: InfoGroup, Scan/US 2015 Estimates 06/08/2015

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