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Based on the data from 1997 / 2002 when the population of Bridgewater, Massachusetts was 24,094 / 25,620

Number of Establishments per 100,000 population

Number of Establishments - Bridgewater (2002)

  • A) Wholesale trade: 1997 - 28, 2002 - 27 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 116, 2002 - 105, State average - 48)
  • B) Retail trade: 1997 - 64, 2002 - 60 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 265, 2002 - 234, State average - 130)
  • C) Information: 2002 - 5 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - 19, State average - 20)
  • D) Real estate & rental & leasing: 1997 - 7, 2002 - 9 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 29, 2002 - 35, State average - 31)
  • E) Professional, scientific & technical services: 1997 - 18, 2002 - 24 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 74, 2002 - 93, State average - 114)
  • F) Administrative & support & waste management & remediation service: 1997 - 15, 2002 - 23 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 62, 2002 - 89, State average - 47)
  • G) Educational services: 1997 - 3, 2002 - 7 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 12, 2002 - 27, State average - 8)
  • H) Health care & social assistance: 1997 - 23, 2002 - 34 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 95, 2002 - 132, State average - 92)
  • I) Arts, entertainment & recreation: 1997 - 5, 2002 - 4 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 20, 2002 - 15, State average - 13)
  • J) Accommodation & food services: 1997 - 45, 2002 - 46 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 186, 2002 - 179, State average - 75)
  • K) Other services (except public administration): 1997 - 27, 2002 - 39 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 112, 2002 - 152, State average - 72)

Number of Employees per 100,000 population

Number of Employees - Bridgewater (2002)

  • A) Wholesale trade: 1997 - 271, 2002 - 100-249 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 1,124, 2002 - 544, State average - 987)
  • B) Retail trade: 1997 - 917, 2002 - 880 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 3,805, 2002 - 3,434, State average - 1,895)
  • C) Information: 2002 - 20 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - 78, State average - 808)
  • D) Real estate & rental & leasing: 1997 - 41, 2002 - 114 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 170, 2002 - 444, State average - 272)
  • E) Professional, scientific & technical services: 1997 - 51, 2002 - 132 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 211, 2002 - 515, State average - 1,745)
  • F) Administrative & support & waste management & remediation service: 1997 - 99, 2002 - 113 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 410, 2002 - 441, State average - 1,131)
  • G) Educational services: 1997 - 0-19, 2002 - 40 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 31, 2002 - 156, State average - 175)
  • H) Health care & social assistance: 1997 - 249, 2002 - 725 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 1,033, 2002 - 2,829, State average - 2,837)
  • I) Arts, entertainment & recreation: 1997 - 93, 2002 - 174 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 385, 2002 - 679, State average - 373)
  • J) Accommodation & food services: 1997 - 810, 2002 - 875 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 3,361, 2002 - 3,415, State average - 1,276)
  • K) Other services (except public administration): 1997 - 107, 2002 - 216 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 444, 2002 - 843, State average - 562)

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

Annual Payroll ($1,000) - Bridgewater (2002)

  • A) Wholesale trade: 1997 - $7,286 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $30,239, State average - $55,139)
  • B) Retail trade: 1997 - $12,432, 2002 - $20,159 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $51,597, 2002 - $78,684, State average - $41,216)
  • C) Information: 2002 - $1,053 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - $4,110, State average - $51,369)
  • D) Real estate & rental & leasing: 1997 - $1,489, 2002 - $3,121 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $6,179, 2002 - $12,181, State average - $9,626)
  • E) Professional, scientific & technical services: 1997 - $2,148, 2002 - $4,560 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $8,915, 2002 - $17,798, State average - $103,786)
  • F) Administrative & support & waste management & remediation service: 1997 - $1,849, 2002 - $3,120 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $7,674, 2002 - $12,177, State average - $31,865)
  • G) Educational services: 2002 - $700 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - $2,732, State average - $4,146)
  • H) Health care & social assistance: 1997 - $5,827, 2002 - $25,217 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $24,184, 2002 - $98,427, State average - $100,771)
  • I) Arts, entertainment & recreation: 1997 - $538, 2002 - $870 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $2,232, 2002 - $3,395, State average - $7,328)
  • J) Accommodation & food services: 1997 - $6,813, 2002 - $9,416 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $28,276, 2002 - $36,752, State average - $18,139)
  • K) Other services (except public administration): 1997 - $3,056, 2002 - $5,646 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $12,683, 2002 - $22,037, State average - $13,538)

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

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

  • A) Wholesale trade: 1997 - $217,037 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $900,792, State average - $774,766)
  • B) Retail trade: 1997 - $169,837, 2002 - $200,636 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $704,893, 2002 - $783,122, State average - $390,705)
  • C) Information: No data
  • D) Real estate & rental & leasing: 1997 - $6,020, 2002 - $9,205 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $24,985, 2002 - $35,928, State average - $47,673)
  • E) Professional, scientific & technical services: 1997 - $4,828, 2002 - $10,071 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $20,038, 2002 - $39,309, State average - $233,398)
  • F) Administrative & support & waste management & remediation service: 1997 - $6,629, 2002 - $10,520 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $27,513, 2002 - $41,061, State average - $67,837)
  • G) Educational services: 2002 - $1,955 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - $7,630, State average - $11,544)
  • H) Health care & social assistance: 1997 - $15,654, 2002 - $42,557 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $64,970, 2002 - $166,108, State average - $226,371)
  • I) Arts, entertainment & recreation: 1997 - $1,728, 2002 - $3,149 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $7,171, 2002 - $12,291, State average - $19,107)
  • J) Accommodation & food services: 1997 - $26,302, 2002 - $32,149 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $109,164, 2002 - $125,483, State average - $61,578)
  • K) Other services (except public administration): 1997 - $9,291, 2002 - $17,915 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $38,561, 2002 - $69,925, State average - $46,400)

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]
Wholesale trade28 / 27271 / 100-249$7,286 / -$217,037 / -
Wholesale trade, durable goods24 / 17218 / 142$6,340 / $6,202$204,941 / $232,152
Wholesale trade, nondurable goods4 / 753 / 20-99$946 / -$12,096 / -
Wholesale electronic markets and agents and brokers- / 3- / 0-19--
Retail trade64 / 60917 / 880$12,432 / $20,159$169,837 / $200,636
Motor vehicle & parts dealers9 / 7198 / 151$4,240 / $7,573$81,132 / $84,505
Furniture & home furnishings stores20-19--
Electronics & appliance stores2 / 10-19--
Building material & garden equipment & supplies dealers4 / 656 / 78$1,509 / $2,506$8,239 / $13,238
Food & beverage stores12 / 11258 / 338$3,146 / $3,986$32,922 / $36,418
Health & personal care stores468 / 20-99$872 / -$9,703 / -
Gasoline stations14 / 13108 / 85$1,030 / $1,246$23,213 / $23,510
Clothing & clothing accessories stores5 / 4153 / 20-99$762 / -$7,154 / -
Sporting goods, hobby, book & music stores4 / 218 / 0-19$244 / -$3,485 / -
Miscellaneous store retailers5 / 420-99 / 29- / $389- / $1,688
Nonstore retailers3 / 60-19 / 72- / $1,964- / $11,331
Information- / 5- / 20- / $1,053-
Real estate & rental & leasing7 / 941 / 114$1,489 / $3,121$6,020 / $9,205
Real estate3 / 62 / 51$326 / $2,207$888 / $4,560
Rental & leasing services4 / 320-99 / 63- / $914- / $4,645
Professional, scientific & technical services18 / 2451 / 132$2,148 / $4,560$4,828 / $10,071
Professional, scientific & technical services18 / 2451 / 132$2,148 / $4,560$4,828 / $10,071
Administrative & support & waste management & remediation service15 / 2399 / 113$1,849 / $3,120$6,629 / $10,520
Administrative & support services13 / 1920-99--
Waste management & remediation services- / 4- / 20-99--
Educational services3 / 70-19 / 40- / $700- / $1,955
Educational services3 / 70-19 / 40- / $700- / $1,955
Health care & social assistance23 / 34249 / 725$5,827 / $25,217$15,654 / $42,557
Ambulatory health care services19 / 23167 / 192$4,602 / $5,700$13,495 / $17,142
Nursing & residential care facilities- / 5- / 100-249--
Social assistance- / 5- / 20-99--
Arts, entertainment & recreation5 / 493 / 174$538 / $870$1,728 / $3,149
Amusement, gambling & recreation industries- / 3- / 100-249--
Accommodation & food services45 / 46810 / 875$6,813 / $9,416$26,302 / $32,149
Accommodation1 / -20-99 / ---
Foodservices & drinking places44 / 46500-999 / 875- / $9,416- / $32,149
Other services (except public administration)27 / 39107 / 216$3,056 / $5,646$9,291 / $17,915
Repair & maintenance17 / 2269 / 96$2,430 / $3,948$7,591 / $12,881
Personal & laundry services10 / 1338 / 91$626 / $1,390$1,700 / $3,611

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