Choose a state and the appropriate MSAs and counties will then be available in the adjacent drop-down boxes. (In you are viewing the entire U.S., you'll be able to select any MSA or county from the drop-down boxes. For a shortcut to your selection, click or highlight a drop down box and start typing selection! If you're a YE+ subscriber, your selected regions will appear in the YE + regions drop-down box.
The bottom bars enable you to move from year to year. The top bar enables you quickly move to a different series of years, such as a five- or 10-year span. After the desired range of years is selected, hit the "Go!" button. From then, you can move back and forth from the tabs for establishments, jobs and sales and click on the various indicators for your time period.
The ALL indicator reflects the change in all establishments for your chosen geographic region and time period. The total number of ALL establishments decreased by 850,436 or an average annual rate of -3.3%.
In the graphs below, each YE indicator is broken down into five employment stages. Composition shows the average share of total establishments represented by each stage; Growth shows the percentage change within each stage.
For each YE Indicator, see the impact employment stages have on the region and period selected. Employment Stages are defined by the number of employees: Self-Employed (1), Stage 1 (2-9), Stage 2 (10-99), Stage 3 (100-499), Stage 5 (500+).
The growth chart depicts the average annual percentage change (from the first to last year selected) within each stage. The composition chart shows the make-up of stages (each stage's share of total estabs/jobs/sales), so percentages add up to 100%.
To provide a sharper lens on establishment growth, job creation and sales,YE sorts data into 13 indicators (YE Indicators). The defaut indicator is "All," which shows the impact of all establishments for a selected geographic region and time period. Five indicators (Resident, Nonresident, Noncommercial, External, and Local) look specifically at different types of companies. Seven other indicators (Expansions, Contractions, New Startups, Expansion Startups, Closings, Move In, and Move Out) analyze various kinds of establishment activity.
YE INDICATORS reflects the total change in establishments, jobs, or sales for the region and period selected.
ALL: Total number of establishments, jobs, or sales.
RESIDENT: Establishments that are either standalone or report to a headquarters in the same state.
NONRESIDENT: Establishments that have headquarters out-of-state.
NONCOMMERCIAL: Government agencies, educational institutions, post offices, religious, and other nonprofit organizations.
EXPANSIONS: Establishments that have grown due to jobs expansion.
NEW STARTUPS: New startups with a new DUNS number and no affiliation to an existing business.
EXPANSION STARTUPS: Startups with a new DUNS number spun off by an existing business.
MOVE IN: Establishments and jobs that have moved in to this region due to relocation.
EXTERNAL MARKET: Establishments that sell goods and services to regions and countries beyond their local area.
LOCAL MARKET: Establishments that sell goods and services within their local area.
New Startups 37.8%
Expansion Startups 3.3%
Move In -1.0%
Move Out -0.9%
External Market 2.1%
Local Market -3.7%
GROWTH WITHIN STAGES:
COMPOSITION BY STAGES:
GAIN/LOSS BY STAGES - % OF TOTAL:
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