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Hotels (except casino hotels) and motels (NAICS 72111)
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California, Florida and Texas accounted for 30% of employment in this industry in 2007.


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KEY INDUSTRY STATISTICS

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United States
SALES ($ MILLIONS)



1997 2002 2007 02-07 % Chg
Number of establishments 43,188 46,295 48,108 3.9%
Sales ($ Millions) 73,451 89,357 122,033 36.6%
Annual payroll ($ Millions) 19,647 24,204 31,593 30.5%
Total employment 1,355,660 1,366,850 1,462,464 7.0%
Sales per establishment ($1,000) 1,701 1,930 2,537 31.4%
Sales per employee ($1,000) 54 65 83 27.6%
Sales per $ of payroll 3.7 3.7 3.9 4.6%
Payroll per employee ($) 14,493 17,708 21,602 22.0%
Employees per establishment 31.4 29.5 30.4 3.0%
Sales per capita ($) 276 311 405 30.4%
Population per establishment 6,170 6,215 6,263 .8%
Source: 1997, 2002, and 2007 Economic Census
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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
For more information about the Economic Census, visit business.census.gov

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SALES PER EMPLOYEE
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