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[IWS] Census: STATISTICS OF U.S. BUSINESSES: EMPLOYMENT AND PAYROLL SUMMARY: 2012 [12 February 2015]
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STATISTICS OF U.S. BUSINESSES: EMPLOYMENT AND PAYROLL SUMMARY: 2012 [12 February 2015]
By Anthony Caruso
[full-text, 40 pages]
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In 2012, large enterprises employed 59.9 million people (51.6 percent of all employees), very small enterprises
employed 20.4 million people (17.6 percent), small enterprises employed 19.4 million people (16.7
percent), and medium enterprises employed 16.3 million people (14.0 percent).
Tip Sheet, 12 February 2015
2012 Statistics of U.S. Businesses — Employment and Payroll Summary Report
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