November 30, 2020  
 
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Kaolin and Ball Clay Mining

Kaolin and Ball Clay Mining aren't as prevalent as some other kinds of businesses that dominate the nation's shopping malls. Still, across the entire United States, there are more than 30 Kaolin and Ball Clay Mining. Given the current population of the United States, each one of those Kaolin and Ball Clay Mining serves about 10,000,000 citizens on average. Our analysis suggests that Kaolin and Ball Clay Mining will typically employ 20 to 49 employees. Hence, Kaolin and Ball Clay Mining are a noteworthy contributor to the small business economy.

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States with Kaolin and Ball Clay Mining
(Ordered by # per 100,000 Residents)

  State Businesses Businesses per 100K Residents
1. Georgia 18 0.22
2. South Carolina 3 0.07
3. Louisiana 2 0.04
4. Arkansas 1 0.04
5. Mississippi 1 0.04
6. Tennessee 2 0.04
7. Kentucky 1 0.02
8. Alabama 1 0.02
9. Minnesota 1 0.02
10. Wisconsin 1 0.02
11. Indiana 1 0.02
12. Florida 2 0.01
13. Texas 2 0.01
14. California 2 0.01

Number of Kaolin and Ball Clay Mining by Number of Employees
(Data for Entire United States)

RangeNumber of Employees
1 to 44
5 to 92
10 to 193
20 to 4914
50 to 994
100 to 24910
250 to 4991
500 to 9990
1000 or more0

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