November 26, 2020  
 
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Narrow Fabric Mills

Narrow Fabric Mills aren't as ubiquitous as as many other business types in the United States. Still, across the entire nation, there are more than 200 Narrow Fabric Mills. That means that each one of those Narrow Fabric Mills serves about 1,500,000 citizens on average. According to our business employment data, Narrow Fabric Mills will typically employ 1 to 4 employees. Hence, Narrow Fabric Mills account for substantial employment of workers across the country.

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States with Narrow Fabric Mills
(Ordered by # per 100,000 Residents)

  State Businesses Businesses per 100K Residents
1. Rhode Island 13 1.24
2. South Carolina 14 0.35
3. North Carolina 28 0.35
4. New Hampshire 4 0.32
5. Maine 3 0.24
6. Pennsylvania 25 0.20
7. New Jersey 14 0.17
8. Vermont 1 0.16
9. Alabama 7 0.16
10. Connecticut 5 0.15
11. Massachusetts 9 0.14
12. Georgia 10 0.12
13. New York 15 0.08
14. Virginia 5 0.07
15. Ohio 8 0.07
16. Tennessee 4 0.07
17. Oklahoma 2 0.06
18. Maryland 3 0.06
19. California 19 0.06
20. West Virginia 1 0.06
21. Washington 3 0.05
22. Kentucky 2 0.05
23. Colorado 2 0.05
24. Utah 1 0.04
25. Louisiana 2 0.04
26. Wisconsin 2 0.04
27. Mississippi 1 0.04
28. Florida 5 0.03
29. Michigan 3 0.03
30. Texas 6 0.03
31. Missouri 1 0.02
32. Indiana 1 0.02
33. Illinois 2 0.02

Number of Narrow Fabric Mills by Number of Employees
(Data for Entire United States)

RangeNumber of Employees
1 to 464
5 to 928
10 to 1938
20 to 4935
50 to 9921
100 to 24927
250 to 4997
500 to 9991
1000 or more0

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