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New single-family housing construction (except operative builders) (NAICS 236115)
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California, Florida and New York accounted for 24% of employment in this industry in 2007.


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KEY INDUSTRY STATISTICS

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United States
VALUE OF BUSINESS DONE ($ MILLIONS)



1997 2002 2007 02-07 % Chg
Number of establishments
NA
58,488 59,679 2.0%
Value of business done ($ Millions)
NA
62,265 90,006 44.6%
Annual payroll ($ Millions)
NA
8,268 10,834 31.0%
Total employment
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273,202 259,905 -4.9%
Value of business done per establishment ($1,000)
NA
1,065 1,508 41.7%
Value of business done per employee ($1,000)
NA
228 346 51.9%
Value of business done per $ of payroll
NA
7.5 8.3 10.3%
Payroll per employee ($)
NA
30,264 41,685 37.7%
Employees per establishment
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4.7 4.4 -6.8%
Value of business done per capita ($)
NA
216 299 38.0%
Population per establishment
NA
4,919 5,049 2.6%
Source: 1997, 2002, and 2007 Economic Census
Data in this Snapshot include only establishments with paid employees. See Industry Snapshot FAQs.
All figures are in current dollars for the period shown, and do not reflect changes in prices.
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THE ECONOMIC CENSUS IS THE OFFICIAL 5-YEAR MEASURE OF AMERICAN BUSINESS
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United States
VALUE OF BUSINESS DONE PER EMPLOYEE
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Data is from Key Industry Statistics Table: row 6, columns 1 and 2
Prior Census data for this industry are not shown due to a NAICS change that impacts comparability of the industry. See the Bridge Report for information about the scope and impact of this change.