2,111 businesses in King County had between 50 and 99 employees in 2016


There were 2,111 businesses with addresses in King County zip codes that had between 50 and 99 employees in 2016, according to County Business Patterns (CBP) statistics provided by the United States Census Bureau.

CBP data indicates that there were 68,487 total businesses in King County zip codes.

The following table gives a breakdown of businesses in King County by total employees in 2016.

Businesses in King County (2016) by total employees
Total employees
Total businesses
Percent of King County total
0 to 4
38,016
55.5%
5 to 9
12,128
17.7%
10 to 19
8,377
12.2%
20 to 49
6,086
8.9%
50 to 99
2,111
3.1%
100 to 249
1,216
1.8%
250 to 499
362
0.5%
more than 500
191
0.3%

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Ames Lake Baring Beaux Arts Village Boulevard Park Bryn Mawr-Skyway City of Algona City of Bellevue, Washington City of Black Diamond City of Burien City of Carnation City of Clyde Hill City of Covington City of Des Moines City of Duvall City of Federal Way City of Issaquah City of Kenmore City of Kent City of Kirkland City of Lake Forest Park City of Maple Valley City of Medina City of Mercer Island City of Newcastle City of Normandy Park City of North Bend City of Redmond City of Renton City of Sammamish City of SeaTac City of Seattle City of Shoreline City of Snoqualmie City of Tukwila City of Woodinville Cottage Lake East Hill-Meridian East Renton Highlands Eastgate Fairwood Fall City Hobart Inglewood-Finn Hill Kingsgate Klahanie Lake Holm Lake Marcel-Stillwater Lake Morton-Berrydale Lakeland North Lakeland South Maple Heights-Lake Desire Mirrormont Ravensdale Riverbend Riverton Shadow Lake Tanner Town of Hunts Point Town of Skykomish Town of Yarrow Point Union Hill-Novelty Hill Vashon White Center Wilderness Rim

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