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Based on the data from 1997 / 2002 when the population of Laurel, Montana was 6,072 / 6,268

Number of Establishments per 100,000 population

Number of Establishments - Laurel (2002)

  • A) Wholesale trade: 1997 - 10, 2002 - 4 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 164, 2002 - 63, State average - 30)
  • B) Retail trade: 1997 - 31, 2002 - 29 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 510, 2002 - 462, State average - 115)
  • C) Information: 2002 - 4 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - 63, State average - 14)
  • D) Real estate & rental & leasing: 1997 - 8, 2002 - 8 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 131, 2002 - 127, State average - 32)
  • E) Professional, scientific & technical services: 1997 - 6, 2002 - 7 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 98, 2002 - 111, State average - 73)
  • F) Administrative & support & waste management & remediation service: 1997 - 4, 2002 - 4 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 65, 2002 - 63, State average - 26)
  • G) Health care & social assistance: 1997 - 11, 2002 - 13 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 181, 2002 - 207, State average - 81)
  • H) Arts, entertainment & recreation: 1997 - 4, 2002 - 2 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 65, 2002 - 31, State average - 17)
  • I) Accommodation & food services: 1997 - 26, 2002 - 26 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 428, 2002 - 414, State average - 67)
  • J) Other services (except public administration): 1997 - 12, 2002 - 13 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 197, 2002 - 207, State average - 53)

Number of Employees per 100,000 population

Number of Employees - Laurel (2002)

  • A) Wholesale trade: 1997 - 20-99, 2002 - 20-99 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 783, 2002 - 759, State average - 863)
  • B) Retail trade: 1997 - 341, 2002 - 276 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 5,615, 2002 - 4,403, State average - 1,584)
  • C) Information: 2002 - 20-99 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - 759, State average - 734)
  • D) Real estate & rental & leasing: 1997 - 18, 2002 - 23 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 296, 2002 - 366, State average - 231)
  • E) Professional, scientific & technical services: 1997 - 27, 2002 - 28 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 444, 2002 - 446, State average - 1,335)
  • F) Administrative & support & waste management & remediation service: 1997 - 0-19, 2002 - 0-19 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 125, 2002 - 121, State average - 575)
  • G) Health care & social assistance: 1997 - 138, 2002 - 100-249 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 2,272, 2002 - 2,227, State average - 4,255)
  • H) Arts, entertainment & recreation: 1997 - 42, 2002 - 20-99 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 691, 2002 - 759, State average - 739)
  • I) Accommodation & food services: 1997 - 250-499, 2002 - 285 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 4,934, 2002 - 4,546, State average - 1,064)
  • J) Other services (except public administration): 1997 - 50, 2002 - 42 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 823, 2002 - 670, State average - 561)

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

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

  • A) Wholesale trade: No data
  • B) Retail trade: 1997 - $5,541, 2002 - $5,884 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $91,254, 2002 - $93,873, State average - $26,143)
  • C) Information: No data
  • D) Real estate & rental & leasing: 1997 - $199, 2002 - $283 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $3,277, 2002 - $4,514, State average - $2,776)
  • E) Professional, scientific & technical services: 1997 - $336, 2002 - $403 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $5,533, 2002 - $6,429, State average - $19,667)
  • F) Administrative & support & waste management & remediation service: No data
  • G) Health care & social assistance: 1997 - $1,959 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $32,262, State average - $63,589)
  • H) Arts, entertainment & recreation: 1997 - $431 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $7,098, State average - $4,154)
  • I) Accommodation & food services: 2002 - $2,199 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - $35,082, State average - $10,334)
  • J) Other services (except public administration): 1997 - $769, 2002 - $713 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $12,664, 2002 - $11,375, State average - $6,595)

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

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

  • A) Wholesale trade: No data
  • B) Retail trade: 1997 - $84,992, 2002 - $73,694 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $1,399,736, 2002 - $1,175,717, State average - $259,190)
  • C) Information: No data
  • D) Real estate & rental & leasing: 1997 - $1,758, 2002 - $2,029 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $28,952, 2002 - $32,370, State average - $15,796)
  • E) Professional, scientific & technical services: 1997 - $934, 2002 - $1,138 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $15,382, 2002 - $18,155, State average - $48,307)
  • F) Administrative & support & waste management & remediation service: No data
  • G) Health care & social assistance: 1997 - $5,172 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $85,177, State average - $156,370)
  • H) Arts, entertainment & recreation: 1997 - $2,989 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $49,225, State average - $18,343)
  • I) Accommodation & food services: 2002 - $8,994 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - $143,490, State average - $37,413)
  • J) Other services (except public administration): 1997 - $2,674, 2002 - $2,133 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $44,038, 2002 - $34,029, State average - $24,635)

 

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 trade10 / 420-99--
Wholesale trade, durable goods3 / 10-19--
Nondurable goods merchant wholesalers- / 1- / 0-19--
Wholesale electronic markets and agents and brokers- / 2- / 0-19--
Retail trade31 / 29341 / 276$5,541 / $5,884$84,992 / $73,694
Motor vehicle & parts dealers464 / 66$1,785 / $2,270$23,026 / $35,945
Furniture & home furnishings stores10-19--
Building material & garden equipment & supplies dealers6 / 372 / 9$928 / $208$17,587 / $1,337
Food & beverage stores3 / 420-99 / 100-249--
Health & personal care stores420-99 / 27- / $484- / $5,560
Gasoline stations7 / 677 / 43$1,134 / $638$25,189 / $13,381
Clothing & clothing accessories stores- / 1- / 0-19--
Sporting goods, hobby, book & music stores- / 1- / 0-19--
General merchandise stores10-19--
Miscellaneous store retailers4 / 30-19 / 8- / $59- / $816
Nonstore retailers10-19--
Information- / 4- / 20-99--
Real estate & rental & leasing818 / 23$199 / $283$1,758 / $2,029
Real estate50-19 / 11- / $140- / $1,198
Rental & leasing services30-19 / 12- / $143- / $831
Professional, scientific & technical services6 / 727 / 28$336 / $403$934 / $1,138
Professional, scientific & technical services6 / 727 / 28$336 / $403$934 / $1,138
Administrative & support & waste management & remediation service40-19--
Administrative & support services40-19--
Health care & social assistance11 / 13138 / 100-249$1,959 / -$5,172 / -
Ambulatory health care services920-99--
Nursing & residential care facilities220-99--
Arts, entertainment & recreation4 / 242 / 20-99$431 / -$2,989 / -
Amusement, gambling & recreation industries4 / -42 / -$431 / -$2,989 / -
Accommodation & food services26250-499 / 285- / $2,199- / $8,994
Accommodation3 / 420-99--
Foodservices & drinking places23 / 22246 / 100-249$2,102 / -$7,234 / -
Other services (except public administration)12 / 1350 / 42$769 / $713$2,674 / $2,133
Repair & maintenance10 / 820-99--
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