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Saint Germain Catering Women Owned Business Brings Success to the Community

There are 7.8 million women-owned businesses in the United States. This reflects a 20.1% increase from 2002 to 2007.
Women-owned firms make up 28.7% of all nonfarm businesses across the country and generate $1.2 trillion in total receipts.
A full 88.3% of these firms are non-employer firms.
The remaining 11.7% of the firms have paid employees, employing a total of 7.6 million people across the country with a payroll of $217.6 billion. These employer firms have average receipts of $1.1 million.


The states with the largest percentage of women-owned businesses are: District of Columbia (34.5%), Maryland (32.6%), New Mexico (31.7%), Hawaii (31.0%), and Georgia (30.9%).
The counties with the largest percentage of women-owned businesses are: Bronx County, NY (40.5%), Wayne County, MI (36.7%), Kings County, NY (33.6%), Milwaukee County, WI (33.0%).
The cities2 with the largest percentage of women-owned businesses are: Detroit, MI (49.7%), Baltimore, MD (36.9%), Milwaukee, WI (36.3%), Chicago, IL (36.0%).


Women-owned businesses make up more than half (52.0%) of all businesses in health care and social assistance.
The other top industries for women include: educational services (45.9% of all businesses are women-owned), administration and support and waste management and remediation services (37.0%), retail trade (34.4%), and arts, entertainment, and recreation (30.4%).
Industries with the lowest percent of women-owned businesses include mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction (15.0%), transportation and warehousing (11.4%), agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting (10.3%), construction (7.9%), and management of companies and enterprises (6.7%).

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