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September 19, 2014  
 
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Industrial Sand Mining

Industrial Sand Mining aren't as prevalent as as many other business types in the United States. Still, across the entire United States, there are more than 100 Industrial Sand Mining. Based on some simple math, it appears that each one of those Industrial Sand Mining serves about 3,000,000 citizens on average. Our analysis suggests that Industrial Sand Mining will typically employ 20 to 49 employees. Hence, Industrial Sand Mining play an important role in the national economy.

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States with Industrial Sand Mining
(Ordered by # per 100,000 Residents)

  State Businesses Businesses per 100K Residents
1. Oklahoma 6 0.17
2. Idaho 2 0.15
3. South Dakota 1 0.13
4. Arkansas 3 0.11
5. Kansas 3 0.11
6. Michigan 11 0.11
7. Nevada 2 0.10
8. North Carolina 8 0.10
9. Illinois 12 0.10
10. Wisconsin 5 0.09
11. Louisiana 4 0.09
12. Missouri 5 0.09
13. Tennessee 5 0.09
14. Washington 5 0.09
15. Texas 16 0.08
16. Maryland 4 0.08
17. Oregon 2 0.06
18. West Virginia 1 0.06
19. South Carolina 2 0.05
20. New Jersey 4 0.05
21. Colorado 2 0.05
22. Alabama 2 0.05
23. Ohio 5 0.04
24. Minnesota 2 0.04
25. Arizona 2 0.04
26. Georgia 3 0.04
27. Mississippi 1 0.04
28. Iowa 1 0.03
29. Indiana 2 0.03
30. Pennsylvania 3 0.02
31. California 8 0.02
32. New York 3 0.02
33. Virginia 1 0.01

Number of Industrial Sand Mining by Number of Employees
(Data for Entire United States)

RangeNumber of Employees
1 to 440
5 to 917
10 to 1926
20 to 4942
50 to 999
100 to 2492
250 to 4990
500 to 9990
1000 or more0

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