November 30, 2020  
 
  Business Information for Securities and Commodity Exchanges  
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Securities and Commodity Exchanges

Securities and Commodity Exchanges aren't as popular as as many other business types in the United States. Still, across the entire country, there are more than 100 Securities and Commodity Exchanges. In other words, each one of those Securities and Commodity Exchanges serves about 3,000,000 citizens on average. According to our business employment data, Securities and Commodity Exchanges will typically employ 1 to 4 employees. Hence, Securities and Commodity Exchanges account for substantial employment of workers across the country.

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States with Securities and Commodity Exchanges
(Ordered by # per 100,000 Residents)

  State Businesses Businesses per 100K Residents
1. District of Columbia 1 0.18
2. Illinois 21 0.17
3. North Dakota 1 0.16
4. South Dakota 1 0.13
5. Minnesota 6 0.12
6. New York 22 0.12
7. Colorado 4 0.09
8. Idaho 1 0.08
9. Connecticut 2 0.06
10. Oregon 2 0.06
11. Nebraska 1 0.06
12. Arizona 3 0.06
13. Oklahoma 2 0.06
14. Pennsylvania 7 0.06
15. California 18 0.05
16. Nevada 1 0.05
17. New Jersey 4 0.05
18. Massachusetts 3 0.05
19. Utah 1 0.04
20. Arkansas 1 0.04
21. Kansas 1 0.04
22. Iowa 1 0.03
23. Florida 5 0.03
24. Virginia 2 0.03
25. Georgia 2 0.02
26. Michigan 2 0.02
27. Texas 4 0.02
28. Wisconsin 1 0.02
29. Missouri 1 0.02
30. Indiana 1 0.02
31. North Carolina 1 0.01

Number of Securities and Commodity Exchanges by Number of Employees
(Data for Entire United States)

RangeNumber of Employees
1 to 480
5 to 99
10 to 198
20 to 498
50 to 994
100 to 2495
250 to 4994
500 to 9994
1000 or more1

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