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Monroe, Michigan (MI): Economy and Business Data & Market Research
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Based on the data from 1997 / 2002 when the population of Monroe, Michigan was 13,254 / 22,029

Number of Establishments per 100,000 population

Number of Establishments - Monroe (2002)

  • A) Manufacturing: 2002 - 35 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - 158, State average - 61)
  • B) Wholesale trade: 1997 - 2, 2002 - 21 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 15, 2002 - 95, State average - 35)
  • C) Retail trade: 1997 - 30, 2002 - 103 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 226, 2002 - 467, State average - 106)
  • D) Information: 2002 - 9 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - 40, State average - 12)
  • E) Real estate & rental & leasing: 1997 - 9, 2002 - 19 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 67, 2002 - 86, State average - 24)
  • F) Professional, scientific & technical services: 1997 - 5, 2002 - 48 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 37, 2002 - 217, State average - 65)
  • G) Administrative & support & waste management & remediation service: 1997 - 7, 2002 - 21 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 52, 2002 - 95, State average - 30)
  • H) Educational services: 1997 - 2, 2002 - 4 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 15, 2002 - 18, State average - 5)
  • I) Health care & social assistance: 1997 - 8, 2002 - 87 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 60, 2002 - 394, State average - 72)
  • J) Arts, entertainment & recreation: 1997 - 2, 2002 - 5 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 15, 2002 - 22, State average - 7)
  • K) Accommodation & food services: 1997 - 12, 2002 - 61 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 90, 2002 - 276, State average - 52)
  • L) Other services (except public administration): 1997 - 8, 2002 - 47 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 60, 2002 - 213, State average - 49)

Number of Employees per 100,000 population

Number of Employees - Monroe (2002)

  • A) Manufacturing: 2002 - 3,760 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - 17,068, State average - 7,474)
  • B) Wholesale trade: 1997 - 0-19, 2002 - 281 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 57, 2002 - 1,275, State average - 1,316)
  • C) Retail trade: 1997 - 355, 2002 - 961 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 2,678, 2002 - 4,362, State average - 1,467)
  • D) Information: 2002 - 239 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - 1,084, State average - 750)
  • E) Real estate & rental & leasing: 1997 - 41, 2002 - 101 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 309, 2002 - 458, State average - 380)
  • F) Professional, scientific & technical services: 1997 - 19, 2002 - 100-249 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 143, 2002 - 633, State average - 1,843)
  • G) Administrative & support & waste management & remediation service: 1997 - 86, 2002 - 302 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 648, 2002 - 1,370, State average - 1,363)
  • H) Educational services: 1997 - 0-19, 2002 - 20-99 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 57, 2002 - 216, State average - 273)
  • I) Health care & social assistance: 1997 - 69, 2002 - 2,453 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 520, 2002 - 11,135, State average - 3,297)
  • J) Arts, entertainment & recreation: 1997 - 20-99, 2002 - 80 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 359, 2002 - 363, State average - 418)
  • K) Accommodation & food services: 1997 - 250-499, 2002 - 1,179 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 2,260, 2002 - 5,352, State average - 1,123)
  • L) Other services (except public administration): 1997 - 33, 2002 - 314 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - 248, 2002 - 1,425, State average - 542)

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

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

  • A) Manufacturing: 2002 - $188,183 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - $854,251, State average - $178,331)
  • B) Wholesale trade: 2002 - $13,116 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - $59,539, State average - $54,502)
  • C) Retail trade: 1997 - $5,876, 2002 - $22,152 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $44,333, 2002 - $100,558, State average - $29,405)
  • D) Information: 2002 - $6,778 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - $30,768, State average - $33,583)
  • E) Real estate & rental & leasing: 1997 - $518, 2002 - $1,795 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $3,908, 2002 - $8,148, State average - $6,951)
  • F) Professional, scientific & technical services: 1997 - $345 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $2,602, State average - $42,305)
  • G) Administrative & support & waste management & remediation service: 1997 - $1,818, 2002 - $5,846 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $13,716, 2002 - $26,537, State average - $32,595)
  • H) Educational services: No data
  • I) Health care & social assistance: 1997 - $1,470, 2002 - $81,112 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $11,090, 2002 - $368,205, State average - $81,781)
  • J) Arts, entertainment & recreation: 2002 - $799 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - $3,627, State average - $9,524)
  • K) Accommodation & food services: 2002 - $10,934 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - $49,634, State average - $10,713)
  • L) Other services (except public administration): 1997 - $752, 2002 - $5,264 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $5,673, 2002 - $23,895, State average - $9,878)

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

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

  • A) Manufacturing: 2002 - $1,938,381 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - $8,799,223, State average - $1,185,312)
  • B) Wholesale trade: 2002 - $270,505 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - $1,227,949, State average - $1,105,643)
  • C) Retail trade: 1997 - $65,252, 2002 - $205,172 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $492,319, 2002 - $931,372, State average - $300,791)
  • D) Information: No data
  • E) Real estate & rental & leasing: 1997 - $4,374, 2002 - $10,094 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $33,001, 2002 - $45,821, State average - $36,669)
  • F) Professional, scientific & technical services: 1997 - $1,182 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $8,918, State average - $84,284)
  • G) Administrative & support & waste management & remediation service: 1997 - $3,446, 2002 - $12,827 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $25,999, 2002 - $58,227, State average - $60,333)
  • H) Educational services: No data
  • I) Health care & social assistance: 1997 - $3,941, 2002 - $189,670 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $29,734, 2002 - $861,001, State average - $189,062)
  • J) Arts, entertainment & recreation: 2002 - $2,495 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - $11,325, State average - $33,133)
  • K) Accommodation & food services: 2002 - $35,327 (Per 100,000 population: 2002 - $160,365, State average - $37,565)
  • L) Other services (except public administration): 1997 - $3,467, 2002 - $18,966 (Per 100,000 population: 1997 - $26,158, 2002 - $86,095, State average - $38,210)

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]
Manufacturing- / 35- / 3,760- / $188,183- / $1,938,381
Transportation equipment manufacturing- / 2- / 1000-2499--
Wholesale trade2 / 210-19 / 281- / $13,116- / $270,505
Wholesale trade, durable goods2 / 130-19 / 100-249--
Nondurable goods merchant wholesalers- / 6- / 100-249--
Wholesale electronic markets and agents and brokers- / 2- / 0-19--
Retail trade30 / 103355 / 961$5,876 / $22,152$65,252 / $205,172
Motor vehicle & parts dealers3 / 1120-99 / 159- / $4,888- / $57,156
Furniture & home furnishings stores- / 6- / 48- / $810- / $5,139
Electronics & appliance stores1 / 70-19 / 50- / $1,272- / $7,947
Building material & garden equipment & supplies dealers3 / 1023 / 56$492 / $1,578$3,841 / $12,439
Food & beverage stores6 / 14217 / 179$3,318 / $4,480$29,136 / $30,687
Health & personal care stores1 / 150-19 / 118- / $2,758- / $24,653
Gasoline stations3 / 826 / 175$191 / $3,789$7,922 / $49,829
Clothing & clothing accessories stores3 / 125 / 20-99$31 / -$195 / -
Sporting goods, hobby, book & music stores5 / 30-19--
General merchandise stores1 / 20-19--
Miscellaneous store retailers4 / 140-19 / 81- / $1,276- / $8,939
Nonstore retailers- / 1- / 0-19--
Information- / 9- / 239- / $6,778-
Publishing industries (except Internet)- / 3- / 100-249--
Telecommunications- / 6- / 20-99--
Real estate & rental & leasing9 / 1941 / 101$518 / $1,795$4,374 / $10,094
Real estate8 / 1220-99--
Rental & leasing services1 / 70-19 / 20-99--
Professional, scientific & technical services5 / 4819 / 100-249$345 / -$1,182 / -
Professional, scientific & technical services5 / 4819 / 100-249$345 / -$1,182 / -
Administrative & support & waste management & remediation service7 / 2186 / 302$1,818 / $5,846$3,446 / $12,827
Administrative & support services6 / 2020-99 / 250-499--
Educational services2 / 40-19 / 20-99--
Educational services2 / 40-19 / 20-99--
Health care & social assistance8 / 8769 / 2,453$1,470 / $81,112$3,941 / $189,670
Ambulatory health care services7 / 5420-99 / 500-999--
Hospitals- / 1- / 1000-2499--
Nursing & residential care facilities- / 10- / 250-499--
Social assistance- / 22- / 100-249--
Arts, entertainment & recreation2 / 520-99 / 80- / $799- / $2,495
Amusement, gambling & recreation industries- / 3- / 20-99--
Accommodation & food services12 / 61250-499 / 1,179- / $10,934- / $35,327
Accommodation1 / 20-19 / 20-99--
Foodservices & drinking places11 / 59273 / 1000-2499$1,773 / -$6,293 / -
Other services (except public administration)8 / 4733 / 314$752 / $5,264$3,467 / $18,966
Repair & maintenance6 / 190-19 / 20-99--
Personal & laundry services2 / 160-19 / 100-249--

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