Using Business Formation data from the U.S. Census Bureau, SimplyBusiness broke down the industries with the most new business applications to determine how the coronavirus has impacted small-business growth.
Industries with the most new small businessesUpdated
#15. Educational servicesUpdated
#14. Amusement, gambling, and recreation industriesUpdated
#13. Repair and maintenanceUpdated
#12. Social assistanceUpdated
#11. Religious, grant-making, civic, professional, and similar organizationsUpdated
#10. Ambulatory health care servicesUpdated
#9. Specialty trade contractorsUpdated
#8. Truck transportationUpdated
#7. Personal and laundry servicesUpdated
#6. Food services and drinking placesUpdated
#5. Construction of buildingsUpdated
#4. Real estateUpdated
#3. Administrative and support servicesUpdated
#2. Professional, scientific, and technical servicesUpdated
#1. Nonstore retailersUpdated
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