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Iron Foundries

Iron Foundries aren't as ubiquitous as as many other business types in the United States. Still, across the entire United States, there are more than 500 Iron Foundries. In other words, each one of those Iron Foundries serves about 600,000 citizens on average. According to national labor statistics, Iron Foundries will typically employ 1 to 4 employees. As such, Iron Foundries are a noteworthy contributor to the small business economy.

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States with Iron Foundries
(Ordered by # per 100,000 Residents)

  State Businesses Businesses per 100K Residents
1. Wisconsin 35 0.65
2. Indiana 38 0.62
3. Iowa 18 0.62
4. Alabama 25 0.56
5. Ohio 62 0.55
6. Michigan 43 0.43
7. Rhode Island 4 0.38
8. Pennsylvania 46 0.37
9. Nebraska 6 0.35
10. Oklahoma 12 0.35
11. Idaho 4 0.31
12. Minnesota 15 0.31
13. Utah 6 0.27
14. South Dakota 2 0.27
15. Kansas 7 0.26
16. Maine 3 0.24
17. Oregon 8 0.23
18. Illinois 29 0.23
19. West Virginia 4 0.22
20. Tennessee 11 0.19
21. South Carolina 7 0.17
22. Massachusetts 11 0.17
23. North Dakota 1 0.16
24. Arkansas 4 0.15
25. Texas 29 0.14
26. Georgia 11 0.14
27. Louisiana 6 0.13
28. California 45 0.13
29. Virginia 9 0.13
30. Washington 7 0.12
31. Connecticut 4 0.12
32. Montana 1 0.11
33. Missouri 6 0.11
34. Mississippi 3 0.11
35. Nevada 2 0.10
36. Kentucky 4 0.10
37. New Jersey 8 0.10
38. Florida 13 0.08
39. New Hampshire 1 0.08
40. North Carolina 6 0.07
41. New York 12 0.06
42. New Mexico 1 0.06
43. Colorado 1 0.02
44. Maryland 1 0.02

Number of Iron Foundries by Number of Employees
(Data for Entire United States)

RangeNumber of Employees
1 to 4128
5 to 954
10 to 1959
20 to 49101
50 to 9986
100 to 24974
250 to 49950
500 to 99914
1000 or more6

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