Number of Federal Government Business Establishments in Kentucky By County for All Industries in 2022 Q1 (QCEW)
Updated on September 26, 2022.

In 2022 Q1, the following were the rankings of the top 10 Kentucky counties based on the number of Federal Government business establishments they had for All Industries:

  1. Jefferson: 68
  2. Hardin: 46
  3. Fayette: 41
  4. Pike: 36
  5. Christian: 35
  6. Floyd: 30
  7. Perry: 25
  8. Warren: 23
  9. Boone: 22
  10. Kenton: 21

The following were the rankings of the top 10 Kentucky counties based on the net number of new Federal Government business establishments they added to All Industries in 2022 Q1:

  1. Boone: 2
  2. Campbell: 2
  3. Kenton: 2
  4. Ballard: 1
  5. Bourbon: 1
  6. Graves: 1
  7. Jefferson: 1
  8. Jessamine: 1
  9. McCracken: 1
  10. Madison: 1

In the two interactive visualizations and table below we show the number of Federal Government business estabablishments of all sizes, and the net number of new business establishments added to All Industries for each Kentucky county in the first quarter of 2022. We also have similar information for the following sectors: Total Covered, State Government, Local Government, and Private.

You can see this same information for other states, and for the United States by state as well.

See links at the bottom of this page for similar data for other quarters. You can also see the quarterly links for many other years, as well as similar data for many more industries here.

Number of Federal Government Business Establishments in Kentucky By County for All Industries in 2022 Q1
Net Number of New Federal Government Business Establishments Added By Kentucky Counties for All Industries in 2022 Q1
Number of Federal Government Business Establishments in Kentucky By County for All Industries in 2022 Q1
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County Number of Business Establishments Net New Business Esablishments Added
Adair 6 0
Allen 3 0
Anderson 3 0
Ballard 6 1
Barren 9 0
Bath 6 0
Bell 11 0
Boone 22 2
Bourbon 4 1
Boyd 9 0
Boyle 5 0
Bracken 4 0
Breathitt 7 0
Breckinridge 12 0
Bullitt 6 0
Butler 8 0
Caldwell 5 0
Calloway 8 0
Campbell 11 2
Carlisle 4 0
Carroll 6 0
Carter 8 0
Casey 5 0
Christian 35 -2
Clark 4 0
Clay 9 -1
Clinton 3 0
Crittenden 2 0
Cumberland 1 -1
Daviess 16 0
Edmonson 8 0
Elliott 2 0
Estill 1 0
Fayette 41 -1
Fleming 7 0
Floyd 30 -1
Franklin 16 0
Fulton 2 0
Gallatin 4 0
Garrard 1 0
Grant 6 0
Graves 20 1
Grayson 8 0
Green 2 0
Greenup 8 0
Hancock 3 0
Hardin 46 0
Harlan 20 0
Harrison 5 0
Hart 7 0
Henderson 9 0
Henry 10 -1
Hickman 3 0
Hopkins 14 -1
Jackson 6 0
Jefferson 68 1
Jessamine 8 1
Johnson 13 -1
Kenton 21 2
Knott 14 0
Knox 16 0
Larue 4 0
Laurel 16 0
Lawrence 5 0
Lee 4 0
Leslie 8 0
Letcher 17 0
Lewis 5 0
Lincoln 9 0
Livingston 10 0
Logan 7 0
Lyon 3 0
McCracken 18 1
McCreary 11 0
McLean 8 0
Madison 14 1
Magoffin 1 -1
Marion 8 0
Marshall 9 0
Martin 6 0
Mason 7 0
Meade 6 0
Menifee 4 0
Mercer 5 0
Metcalfe 4 0
Monroe 4 0
Montgomery 6 0
Morgan 8 -1
Muhlenberg 13 -1
Nelson 12 0
Nicholas 1 0
Ohio 13 0
Oldham 6 0
Owen 3 0
Owsley 2 0
Pendleton 4 0
Perry 25 0
Pike 36 0
Powell 3 0
Pulaski 14 0
Robertson 1 0
Rockcastle 5 0
Rowan 8 0
Russell 4 0
Scott 4 0
Shelby 8 0
Simpson 2 0
Spencer 2 0
Taylor 6 0
Todd 8 0
Trigg 3 0
Trimble 2 0
Union 9 0
Warren 23 0
Washington 5 0
Wayne 4 0
Webster 9 0
Whitley 8 0
Wolfe 3 0
Woodford 4 1

Number of Federal Government Business Establishments by each Kentucky county for All Industries for other Quarters and Years.

Use the links below to see the number of Federal Government business establishments for All Industries for other quarters and years. You can also see the quarterly links for many years at this link.
2020
2021
2022

Kentucky Number of Federal Government Business Establishments By County for Other Industries in 2022 Q1

Use the links below to see the net number of new Federal Government business establishments for each Kentucky county in the first quarter of 2022 for the following selected industries. You can also see this information for many more industries at this link.