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Based on the data from 1997 / 2002 when the population of Beverly Hills, California was 32,171 / 34,857

Number of Establishments per 100,000 population

Number of Establishments - Beverly Hills (2002)

  • A) Manufacturing: 1997 - 64 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 198, State average - 162)
  • B) Wholesale trade: 1997 - 186, 2002 - 186 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 578, 2002 - 533, State average - 119)
  • C) Retail trade: 1997 - 414, 2002 - 424 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 1,286, 2002 - 1,216, State average - 213)
  • D) Information: 2002 - 347 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - 995, State average - 45)
  • E) Real estate & rental & leasing: 1997 - 424, 2002 - 460 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 1,317, 2002 - 1,319, State average - 83)
  • F) Professional, scientific & technical services: 1997 - 908, 2002 - 946 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 2,822, 2002 - 2,713, State average - 205)
  • G) Administrative & support & waste management & remediation service: 1997 - 214, 2002 - 204 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 665, 2002 - 585, State average - 79)
  • H) Educational services: 1997 - 25, 2002 - 26 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 77, 2002 - 74, State average - 15)
  • I) Health care & social assistance: 1997 - 769, 2002 - 875 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 2,390, 2002 - 2,510, State average - 179)
  • J) Arts, entertainment & recreation: 1997 - 573, 2002 - 733 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 1,781, 2002 - 2,102, State average - 34)
  • K) Accommodation & food services: 1997 - 188, 2002 - 198 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 584, 2002 - 568, State average - 132)
  • L) Other services (except public administration): 1997 - 221, 2002 - 289 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 686, 2002 - 829, State average - 114)

Number of Employees per 100,000 population

Number of Employees - Beverly Hills (2002)

  • A) Manufacturing: 1997 - 501 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 1,557, State average - 5,898)
  • B) Wholesale trade: 1997 - 1,256, 2002 - 945 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 3,904, 2002 - 2,711, State average - 1,903)
  • C) Retail trade: 1997 - 5,910, 2002 - 5,554 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 18,370, 2002 - 15,933, State average - 3,123)
  • D) Information: 2002 - 3,373 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - 9,676, State average - 1,486)
  • E) Real estate & rental & leasing: 1997 - 2,214, 2002 - 3,016 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 6,881, 2002 - 8,652, State average - 605)
  • F) Professional, scientific & technical services: 1997 - 4,940, 2002 - 2500-4999 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 15,355, 2002 - 8,605, State average - 2,571)
  • G) Administrative & support & waste management & remediation service: 1997 - 3,890, 2002 - 3,973 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 12,091, 2002 - 11,397, State average - 2,221)
  • H) Educational services: 1997 - 144, 2002 - 199 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 447, 2002 - 570, State average - 214)
  • I) Health care & social assistance: 1997 - 3,162, 2002 - 5,108 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 9,828, 2002 - 14,654, State average - 3,450)
  • J) Arts, entertainment & recreation: 1997 - 2,856, 2002 - 7,273 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 8,877, 2002 - 20,865, State average - 936)
  • K) Accommodation & food services: 1997 - 6,230, 2002 - 7,136 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 19,365, 2002 - 20,472, State average - 2,338)
  • L) Other services (except public administration): 1997 - 1,546, 2002 - 2,633 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 4,805, 2002 - 7,553, State average - 2,339)

Annual Payroll ($1,000) per 100,000 population

Annual Payroll ($1,000) - Beverly Hills (2002)

  • A) Manufacturing: 1997 - $10,872 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $33,794, State average - $248,991)
  • B) Wholesale trade: 1997 - $60,057, 2002 - $48,415 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $186,680, 2002 - $138,896, State average - $140,936)
  • C) Retail trade: 1997 - $170,765, 2002 - $206,555 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $530,804, 2002 - $592,578, State average - $77,238)
  • D) Information: 2002 - $326,739 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - $937,369, State average - $108,415)
  • E) Real estate & rental & leasing: 1997 - $77,459, 2002 - $128,515 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $240,772, 2002 - $368,692, State average - $22,437)
  • F) Professional, scientific & technical services: 1997 - $319,038 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $991,694, State average - $158,455)
  • G) Administrative & support & waste management & remediation service: 1997 - $120,487, 2002 - $100,051 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $374,520, 2002 - $287,032, State average - $61,639)
  • H) Educational services: 1997 - $2,891, 2002 - $3,908 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $8,986, 2002 - $11,211, State average - $6,264)
  • I) Health care & social assistance: 1997 - $165,846, 2002 - $247,401 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $515,513, 2002 - $709,759, State average - $129,545)
  • J) Arts, entertainment & recreation: 1997 - $551,679, 2002 - $828,941 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $1,714,833, 2002 - $2,378,119, State average - $39,304)
  • K) Accommodation & food services: 1997 - $92,677, 2002 - $137,148 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $288,076, 2002 - $393,458, State average - $32,846)
  • L) Other services (except public administration): 1997 - $27,986, 2002 - $70,265 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $86,991, 2002 - $201,580, State average - $23,416)

Shipments / Sales / Receptions ($1,000) per 100,000 population

Shipments / Sales / Receptions ($1,000) - Beverly Hills (2002)

  • A) Manufacturing: 1997 - $45,123 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $140,259, State average - $1,367,738)
  • B) Wholesale trade: 1997 - $1,136,923, 2002 - $663,890 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $3,533,999, 2002 - $1,904,610, State average - $2,210,609)
  • C) Retail trade: 1997 - $1,377,369, 2002 - $1,747,234 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $4,281,399, 2002 - $5,012,577, State average - $742,041)
  • D) Information: No data
  • E) Real estate & rental & leasing: 1997 - $423,880, 2002 - $613,251 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $1,317,584, 2002 - $1,759,333, State average - $127,753)
  • F) Professional, scientific & technical services: 1997 - $909,933 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $2,828,426, State average - $375,829)
  • G) Administrative & support & waste management & remediation service: 1997 - $259,347, 2002 - $213,001 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $806,151, 2002 - $611,070, State average - $130,654)
  • H) Educational services: 1997 - $11,319, 2002 - $13,699 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $35,183, 2002 - $39,300, State average - $17,790)
  • I) Health care & social assistance: 1997 - $443,385, 2002 - $818,944 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $1,378,213, 2002 - $2,349,439, State average - $344,348)
  • J) Arts, entertainment & recreation: 1997 - $975,144, 2002 - $1,525,734 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $3,031,127, 2002 - $4,377,123, State average - $92,794)
  • K) Accommodation & food services: 1997 - $297,902, 2002 - $423,519 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $925,995, 2002 - $1,215,018, State average - $114,580)
  • L) Other services (except public administration): 1997 - $86,644, 2002 - $355,629 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $269,323, 2002 - $1,020,251, State average - $86,001)

 

Industry Description Number of Establishments
[1997 / 2002]
Number of Employees
[1997 / 2002]
Annual Payroll ($1,000)
[1997 / 2002]
Shipments / Sales / Receptions ($1,000)
[1997 / 2002]
Manufacturing64 / -501 / -$10,872 / -$45,123 / -
Wholesale trade1861,256 / 945$60,057 / $48,415$1,136,923 / $663,890
Wholesale trade, durable goods105 / 100773 / 250-499$35,592 / -$895,703 / -
Wholesale trade, nondurable goods81 / 74483 / 479$24,465 / $22,758$241,220 / $277,529
Wholesale electronic markets and agents and brokers- / 12- / 20-99--
Retail trade414 / 4245,910 / 5,554$170,765 / $206,555$1,377,369 / $1,747,234
Motor vehicle & parts dealers14 / 9500-999--
Furniture & home furnishings stores28 / 32260 / 246$5,266 / $5,459$39,901 / $41,271
Electronics & appliance stores7 / 1425 / 54$698 / $1,363$8,216 / $11,463
Building material & garden equipment & supplies dealers4 / 517 / 25$326 / $437$3,085 / $6,498
Food & beverage stores21 / 23378 / 309$6,799 / $7,077$48,142 / $52,121
Health & personal care stores45 / 50455$11,413 / $15,052$62,720 / $99,382
Gasoline stations8 / 990 / 62$1,887 / $1,193$18,410 / $14,031
Clothing & clothing accessories stores190 / 1822,584 / 2,598$82,159 / $91,413$568,732 / $641,824
Sporting goods, hobby, book & music stores16 / 1298 / 66$1,508 / $1,426$10,447 / $7,261
General merchandise stores4 / 6500-999--
Miscellaneous store retailers63 / 56250-499--
Nonstore retailers14 / 26172 / 195$4,917 / $8,230$28,885 / $71,898
Information- / 347- / 3,373- / $326,739-
Publishing industries (except Internet)- / 21- / 336- / $16,067- / $73,537
Motion picture & sound recording industries281 / 2912,236 / 2,706$299,842 / $282,390$1,434,145 / -
Broadcasting & telecommunications21 / -667 / -$32,401 / -$200,791 / -
Broadcasting (except Internet)- / 6- / 31- / $5,121- / $19,874
Telecommunications- / 11- / 240- / $20,671-
Real estate & rental & leasing424 / 4602,214 / 3,016$77,459 / $128,515$423,880 / $613,251
Real estate386 / 4362,042 / 2,901$72,954 / $124,731$382,627 / $585,147
Rental & leasing services34 / 19155 / 20-99$3,310 / -$31,826 / -
Lessors of nonfinancial intangible assets (exc copyrighted works)- / 5- / 0-19--
Professional, scientific & technical services908 / 9464,940 / 2500-4999$319,038 / -$909,933 / -
Professional, scientific & technical services908 / 9464,940 / 2500-4999$319,038 / -$909,933 / -
Administrative & support & waste management & remediation service214 / 2043,890 / 3,973$120,487 / $100,051$259,347 / $213,001
Administrative & support services214 / 2043,890 / 3,973$120,487 / $100,051$259,347 / $213,001
Educational services25 / 26144 / 199$2,891 / $3,908$11,319 / $13,699
Educational services25 / 26144 / 199$2,891 / $3,908$11,319 / $13,699
Health care & social assistance769 / 8753,162 / 5,108$165,846 / $247,401$443,385 / $818,944
Ambulatory health care services758 / 8523,109 / 5,031$165,390 / $245,554$441,883 / $810,383
Social assistance8 / 1841 / 59$308 / $1,553$992 / $7,362
Arts, entertainment & recreation573 / 7332,856 / 7,273$551,679 / $828,941$975,144 / $1,525,734
Performing arts, spectator sports & related industries555 / 7152,633 / 7,136$547,547 / $824,973$956,401 / $1,514,446
Museums, historical sites & similar institutions- / 2- / 20-99--
Amusement, gambling & recreation industries17 / 16100-249 / 20-99--
Accommodation & food services188 / 1986,230 / 7,136$92,677 / $137,148$297,902 / $423,519
Accommodation20 / 221000-2499 / 2500-4999--
Foodservices & drinking places168 / 1762500-4999--
Other services (except public administration)221 / 2891,546 / 2,633$27,986 / $70,265$86,644 / $355,629
Repair & maintenance35 / 30205 / 216$4,717 / $7,840$15,103 / $25,821
Personal & laundry services186 / 1981,341 / 1,683$23,269 / $37,712$71,541 / $117,105
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