Number of Private Business Establishments in North Carolina By County for the 1011 Natural resources and mining Industry in 2021 Q4 (QCEW)
Updated on September 27, 2022.

In 2021 Q4, the following were the rankings of the top 10 North Carolina counties based on the number of Private business establishments they had for the 1011 Natural resources and mining Industry:

  1. Sampson: 175
  2. Duplin: 152
  3. Bladen: 98
  4. Wake: 93
  5. Johnston: 91
  6. Wayne: 89
  7. Nash: 77
  8. Beaufort: 72
  9. Henderson: 70
  10. Pitt: 68

The following were the rankings of the top 10 North Carolina counties based on the net number of new Private business establishments they added to the 1011 Natural resources and mining Industry in 2021 Q4:

  1. Wilson: 4
  2. Carteret: 3
  3. Wake: 3
  4. Bladen: 2
  5. Forsyth: 2
  6. Harnett: 2
  7. Hertford: 2
  8. Iredell: 2
  9. Nash: 2
  10. Alexander: 1

In the two interactive visualizations and table below we show the number of Private business estabablishments of all sizes, and the net number of new business establishments added to the 1011 Natural resources and mining Industry for each North Carolina county in the fourth quarter of 2021.

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 Private Business Establishments in North Carolina By County for the 1011 Natural resources and mining Industry in 2021 Q4
Net Number of New Private Business Establishments Added By North Carolina Counties for the 1011 Natural resources and mining Industry in 2021 Q4
Number of Private Business Establishments in North Carolina By County for the 1011 Natural resources and mining Industry in 2021 Q4
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County Number of Business Establishments Net New Business Esablishments Added
Alamance 24 0
Alexander 19 1
Alleghany 21 1
Anson 35 0
Ashe 32 0
Avery 20 0
Beaufort 72 1
Bertie 51 0
Bladen 98 2
Brunswick 23 1
Buncombe 45 0
Burke 15 1
Cabarrus 24 0
Caldwell 14 0
Camden 20 0
Carteret 20 3
Caswell 14 0
Catawba 25 1
Chatham 28 0
Cherokee 6 0
Chowan 28 1
Clay 2 0
Cleveland 31 0
Columbus 33 0
Craven 45 -2
Cumberland 32 1
Currituck 8 0
Dare 11 0
Davidson 18 1
Davie 11 -1
Duplin 152 -2
Durham 18 0
Edgecombe 36 0
Forsyth 27 2
Franklin 38 1
Gaston 16 1
Gates 19 -1
Graham 3 1
Granville 22 -1
Greene 38 -1
Guilford 58 -1
Halifax 54 1
Harnett 47 2
Haywood 15 0
Henderson 70 0
Hertford 26 2
Hoke 17 0
Hyde 24 0
Iredell 49 2
Jackson 13 0
Johnston 91 1
Jones 25 0
Lee 26 0
Lenoir 56 1
Lincoln 19 0
McDowell 13 0
Macon 16 0
Madison 9 1
Martin 43 0
Mecklenburg 58 1
Mitchell 8 0
Montgomery 25 1
Moore 43 1
Nash 77 2
New Hanover 18 1
Northampton 44 1
Onslow 26 -1
Orange 42 1
Pamlico 14 1
Pasquotank 22 0
Pender 41 0
Perquimans 15 0
Person 29 -1
Pitt 68 0
Polk 21 0
Randolph 45 0
Richmond 39 -1
Robeson 62 -1
Rockingham 20 0
Rowan 28 -1
Rutherford 21 0
Sampson 175 -2
Scotland 14 0
Stanly 34 1
Stokes 11 0
Surry 27 0
Swain 2 0
Transylvania 10 0
Tyrrell 10 -1
Union 60 0
Vance 11 1
Wake 93 3
Warren 23 0
Washington 36 0
Watauga 17 0
Wayne 89 -1
Wilkes 30 -2
Wilson 55 4
Yadkin 12 0
Yancey 15 0

Number of Private Business Establishments by each North Carolina county for the 1011 Natural resources and mining Industry for other Quarters and Years.

Use the links below to see the number of Private business establishments for the 1011 Natural resources and mining Industry for other quarters and years. You can also see the quarterly links for many years at this link.
2020
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2022

North Carolina Number of Private Business Establishments By County for Other Industries in 2021 Q4

Use the links below to see the net number of new Private business establishments for each North Carolina county in the fourth quarter of 2021 for the following selected industries. You can also see this information for many more industries at this link.