December 4, 2020  
 
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Labor Unions and Similar Labor Organizations

Labor Unions and Similar Labor Organizations aren't as common as some other kinds of businesses that dominate the nation's shopping malls. Still, across the entire country, there are more than 10,000 Labor Unions and Similar Labor Organizations. Based on some simple math, it appears that each one of those Labor Unions and Similar Labor Organizations serves about 30,000 citizens on average. According to national labor statistics, Labor Unions and Similar Labor Organizations will typically employ 1 to 4 employees. So, it's safe to say that Labor Unions and Similar Labor Organizations account for substantial employment of workers across the country.

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States with Labor Unions and Similar Labor Organizations
(Ordered by # per 100,000 Residents)

  State Businesses Businesses per 100K Residents
1. District of Columbia 136 23.99
2. West Virginia 229 12.76
3. Wisconsin 683 12.74
4. Rhode Island 116 11.07
5. Alaska 61 9.76
6. Indiana 574 9.44
7. Ohio 1,051 9.28
8. Connecticut 300 8.96
9. Wyoming 43 8.75
10. Michigan 845 8.50
11. Iowa 247 8.44
12. Illinois 989 7.97
13. Montana 70 7.77
14. Missouri 428 7.65
15. Pennsylvania 934 7.61
16. Oregon 256 7.50
17. Washington 435 7.43
18. New Jersey 617 7.33
19. North Dakota 45 7.03
20. Delaware 54 6.89
21. Alabama 306 6.89
22. Minnesota 335 6.82
23. Kentucky 266 6.59
24. Maine 82 6.45
25. New York 1,212 6.39
26. Nebraska 106 6.20
27. Vermont 37 6.08
28. Massachusetts 365 5.75
29. Idaho 74 5.73
30. Louisiana 243 5.44
31. Tennessee 308 5.42
32. Hawaii 65 5.37
33. Kansas 140 5.21
34. Arkansas 135 5.05
35. Maryland 257 4.85
36. New Hampshire 58 4.69
37. Virginia 311 4.39
38. Nevada 87 4.36
39. Colorado 181 4.21
40. Oklahoma 145 4.20
41. Utah 92 4.12
42. Mississippi 113 3.99
43. South Dakota 29 3.87
44. New Mexico 69 3.81
45. California 1,240 3.66
46. Georgia 264 3.27
47. Florida 520 3.25
48. Texas 574 2.75
49. North Carolina 204 2.54
50. South Carolina 91 2.27
51. Arizona 112 2.18

Number of Labor Unions and Similar Labor Organizations by Number of Employees
(Data for Entire United States)

RangeNumber of Employees
1 to 47385
5 to 94084
10 to 192931
20 to 491297
50 to 99299
100 to 249107
250 to 49928
500 to 99911
1000 or more2

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