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Based on the data from 1997 / 2002 when the population of Longmont, Colorado was 59,314 / 78,694

Number of Establishments per 100,000 population

Number of Establishments - Longmont (2002)

  • A) Manufacturing: 1997 - 152, 2002 - 131 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 256, 2002 - 166, State average - 115)
  • B) Wholesale trade: 1997 - 79, 2002 - 84 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 133, 2002 - 106, State average - 62)
  • C) Retail trade: 1997 - 300, 2002 - 287 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 505, 2002 - 364, State average - 167)
  • D) Information: 2002 - 29 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - 36, State average - 31)
  • E) Real estate & rental & leasing: 1997 - 78, 2002 - 117 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 131, 2002 - 148, State average - 74)
  • F) Professional, scientific & technical services: 1997 - 188, 2002 - 277 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 316, 2002 - 351, State average - 176)
  • G) Administrative & support & waste management & remediation service: 1997 - 66, 2002 - 109 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 111, 2002 - 138, State average - 61)
  • H) Educational services: 1997 - 12, 2002 - 22 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 20, 2002 - 27, State average - 16)
  • I) Health care & social assistance: 1997 - 151, 2002 - 203 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 254, 2002 - 257, State average - 118)
  • J) Arts, entertainment & recreation: 1997 - 22, 2002 - 25 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 37, 2002 - 31, State average - 16)
  • K) Accommodation & food services: 1997 - 140, 2002 - 164 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 236, 2002 - 208, State average - 96)
  • L) Other services (except public administration): 1997 - 120, 2002 - 151 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 202, 2002 - 191, State average - 90)

Number of Employees per 100,000 population

Number of Employees - Longmont (2002)

  • A) Manufacturing: 1997 - 4,688, 2002 - 3,619 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 7,903, 2002 - 4,598, State average - 4,732)
  • B) Wholesale trade: 1997 - 1,519, 2002 - 1,903 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 2,560, 2002 - 2,418, State average - 1,350)
  • C) Retail trade: 1997 - 4,269, 2002 - 4,290 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 7,197, 2002 - 5,451, State average - 2,317)
  • D) Information: 2002 - 1,648 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - 2,094, State average - 1,599)
  • E) Real estate & rental & leasing: 1997 - 348, 2002 - 481 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 586, 2002 - 611, State average - 597)
  • F) Professional, scientific & technical services: 1997 - 915, 2002 - 4,422 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 1,542, 2002 - 5,619, State average - 2,573)
  • G) Administrative & support & waste management & remediation service: 1997 - 2,202, 2002 - 1,682 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 3,712, 2002 - 2,137, State average - 2,793)
  • H) Educational services: 1997 - 60, 2002 - 20-99 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 101, 2002 - 60, State average - 270)
  • I) Health care & social assistance: 1997 - 1,845, 2002 - 3,484 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 3,110, 2002 - 4,427, State average - 3,312)
  • J) Arts, entertainment & recreation: 1997 - 278, 2002 - 230 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 468, 2002 - 292, State average - 1,683)
  • K) Accommodation & food services: 1997 - 2,460, 2002 - 2,781 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 4,147, 2002 - 3,533, State average - 2,113)
  • L) Other services (except public administration): 1997 - 583, 2002 - 911 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 982, 2002 - 1,157, State average - 1,031)

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

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

  • A) Manufacturing: 1997 - $136,621, 2002 - $132,502 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $230,335, 2002 - $168,376, State average - $162,212)
  • B) Wholesale trade: 1997 - $81,329, 2002 - $89,786 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $137,116, 2002 - $114,095, State average - $78,380)
  • C) Retail trade: 1997 - $76,813, 2002 - $91,682 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $129,502, 2002 - $116,504, State average - $53,969)
  • D) Information: 2002 - $92,279 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - $117,263, State average - $93,973)
  • E) Real estate & rental & leasing: 1997 - $5,947, 2002 - $12,261 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $10,026, 2002 - $15,580, State average - $17,592)
  • F) Professional, scientific & technical services: 1997 - $32,405, 2002 - $291,051 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $54,632, 2002 - $369,851, State average - $119,154)
  • G) Administrative & support & waste management & remediation service: 1997 - $27,503, 2002 - $35,094 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $46,368, 2002 - $44,595, State average - $78,146)
  • H) Educational services: 1997 - $2,254 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $3,800, State average - $11,742)
  • I) Health care & social assistance: 1997 - $44,398, 2002 - $126,316 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $74,852, 2002 - $160,515, State average - $121,522)
  • J) Arts, entertainment & recreation: 1997 - $2,505, 2002 - $2,095 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $4,223, 2002 - $2,662, State average - $16,005)
  • K) Accommodation & food services: 1997 - $22,903, 2002 - $30,987 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $38,613, 2002 - $39,376, State average - $25,563)
  • L) Other services (except public administration): 1997 - $10,467, 2002 - $16,275 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $17,646, 2002 - $20,681, State average - $20,807)

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

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

  • A) Manufacturing: 1997 - $556,654, 2002 - $561,468 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $938,486, 2002 - $713,482, State average - $843,036)
  • B) Wholesale trade: 1997 - $1,751,592, 2002 - $2,353,312 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $2,953,083, 2002 - $2,990,459, State average - $1,599,433)
  • C) Retail trade: 1997 - $776,367, 2002 - $829,409 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $1,308,910, 2002 - $1,053,967, State average - $504,911)
  • D) Information: No data
  • E) Real estate & rental & leasing: 1997 - $41,140, 2002 - $85,839 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $69,359, 2002 - $109,079, State average - $86,003)
  • F) Professional, scientific & technical services: 1997 - $74,598, 2002 - $237,841 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $125,767, 2002 - $302,235, State average - $289,189)
  • G) Administrative & support & waste management & remediation service: 1997 - $46,088, 2002 - $69,789 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $77,701, 2002 - $88,684, State average - $137,718)
  • H) Educational services: 1997 - $7,213 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $12,160, State average - $35,872)
  • I) Health care & social assistance: 1997 - $103,341, 2002 - $288,087 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $174,226, 2002 - $366,085, State average - $301,240)
  • J) Arts, entertainment & recreation: 1997 - $12,590, 2002 - $8,556 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $21,226, 2002 - $10,872, State average - $44,304)
  • K) Accommodation & food services: 1997 - $82,584, 2002 - $109,130 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $139,231, 2002 - $138,676, State average - $85,679)
  • L) Other services (except public administration): 1997 - $33,133, 2002 - $50,950 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $55,860, 2002 - $64,744, State average - $83,532)

 

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]
Manufacturing152 / 1314,688 / 3,619$136,621 / $132,502$556,654 / $561,468
Food manufacturing5 / 4500-999--
Plastics & rubber products manufacturing17 / -633 / -$17,314 / -$68,931 / -
Fabricated metal product manufacturing33 / -592 / -$20,074 / -$61,869 / -
Machinery manufacturing- / 21- / 611- / $24,877- / $86,971
Computer & electronic product manufacturing26 / 22938 / 635$31,391 / $24,468$106,802 / $96,243
Wholesale trade79 / 841,519 / 1,903$81,329 / $89,786$1,751,592 / $2,353,312
Wholesale trade, durable goods571000-2499--
Wholesale trade, nondurable goods22 / 17250-499 / 500-999--
Wholesale electronic markets and agents and brokers- / 10- / 20-99--
Retail trade300 / 2874,269 / 4,290$76,813 / $91,682$776,367 / $829,409
Motor vehicle & parts dealers46 / 41622 / 634$20,874 / $25,647$249,523 / $270,191
Furniture & home furnishings stores23 / 26111 / 157$2,589 / $3,885$16,820 / $24,305
Electronics & appliance stores11 / 1421 / 71$409 / $1,602$3,497 / $9,769
Building material & garden equipment & supplies dealers20 / 16191 / 250$4,739 / $4,664$45,443 / $33,545
Food & beverage stores27 / 32635 / 923$12,948 / $19,896$134,279 / $187,651
Health & personal care stores19 / 25245 / 305$2,867 / $4,453$23,163 / $33,143
Gasoline stations30 / 22257 / 184$2,920 / $2,618$65,571 / $64,079
Clothing & clothing accessories stores35 / 28214 / 174$1,746 / $2,337$11,940 / $15,584
Sporting goods, hobby, book & music stores25 / 24215 / 201$2,201 / $2,678$16,338 / $20,945
General merchandise stores10 / 61000-2499 / 538- / $7,913- / $72,311
Miscellaneous store retailers44 / 43100-249 / 308- / $4,797- / $36,195
Nonstore retailers10250-499 / 545- / $11,192- / $61,691
Information- / 29- / 1,648- / $92,279-
Publishing industries (except Internet)- / 6- / 250-499--
Motion picture & sound recording industries- / 3- / 0-19--
Broadcasting & telecommunications6 / -100-249 / ---
Telecommunications- / 9- / 100-249--
Internet service providers, web search portals & data processing- / 9- / 1000-2499--
Real estate & rental & leasing78 / 117348 / 481$5,947 / $12,261$41,140 / $85,839
Real estate59 / 97246 / 351$4,024 / $9,643$31,125 / $72,856
Rental & leasing services19102 / 100-249$1,923 / -$10,015 / -
Lessors of nonfinancial intangible assets (exc copyrighted works)- / 1- / 0-19--
Professional, scientific & technical services188 / 277915 / 4,422$32,405 / $291,051$74,598 / $237,841
Professional, scientific & technical services188 / 277915 / 4,422$32,405 / $291,051$74,598 / $237,841
Administrative & support & waste management & remediation service66 / 1092,202 / 1,682$27,503 / $35,094$46,088 / $69,789
Administrative & support services63 / 1052,185 / 1000-2499$27,222 / -$45,001 / -
Educational services12 / 2260 / 20-99$2,254 / -$7,213 / -
Educational services12 / 2260 / 20-99$2,254 / -$7,213 / -
Health care & social assistance151 / 2031,845 / 3,484$44,398 / $126,316$103,341 / $288,087
Ambulatory health care services139 / 1481,534 / 1,388$40,496 / $65,290$93,232 / $150,932
Hospitals- / 1- / 500-999--
Nursing & residential care facilities2 / 18100-249 / 500-999--
Social assistance10 / 36100-249 / 250-499--
Arts, entertainment & recreation22 / 25278 / 230$2,505 / $2,095$12,590 / $8,556
Performing arts, spectator sports & related industries- / 9- / 20-99--
Amusement, gambling & recreation industries18 / 14250-499 / 197- / $1,559- / $6,057
Accommodation & food services140 / 1642,460 / 2,781$22,903 / $30,987$82,584 / $109,130
Accommodation8 / 12162 / 248$2,667 / $3,931$10,409 / $13,913
Foodservices & drinking places132 / 1522,298 / 2,533$20,236 / $27,056$72,175 / $95,217
Other services (except public administration)120 / 151583 / 911$10,467 / $16,275$33,133 / $50,950
Repair & maintenance77283 / 378$6,816 / $9,758$24,063 / $33,068
Personal & laundry services43 / 52300 / 297$3,651 / $3,918$9,070 / $11,378
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