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Population for Pennsylvania: 1,30,02,700

Total Males: 6,269,142
Total Females: 6,525,743
Median Household Income: $5,106,601
Total Households: 5,106,601
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Number of Firms, Establishments, Employment, and Payroll by Employee Size for Pennsylvania (2020)
STATE ENTERPRISE SIZE FIRMS ESTABLISHMENTS EMPLOYMENT ANNUAL PAYROLL (1,000)
Pennsylvania 01: Total 2,30,948 3,03,224 55,57,885 $29,47,26,635
Pennsylvania 02: <5 employees 1,29,608 1,29,789 2,21,951 $95,63,632
Pennsylvania 03: 5-9 employees 41,041 41,505 2,69,530 $99,87,781
Pennsylvania 04:10-14 employees 16,781 17,376 1,95,369 $77,17,719
Pennsylvania 05: 15-19 employees 9,139 9,704 1,51,892 $61,18,609
Pennsylvania 06: <20 employees 1,96,569 1,98,374 8,38,742 $3,33,87,741
Pennsylvania 07: 20-24 employees 5,850 6,448 1,25,827 $51,23,724
Pennsylvania 08: 25-29 employees 3,987 4,521 1,05,573 $44,44,244
Pennsylvania 09: 30-34 employees 2,975 3,542 92,464 $38,81,376
Pennsylvania 10: 35-39 employees 2,156 2,668 77,755 $33,65,347
Pennsylvania 11: 40-49 employees 3,104 4,040 1,31,208 $58,78,933
Pennsylvania 12: 50-74 employees 4,121 6,001 2,32,541 $1,10,02,633
Pennsylvania 13: 75-99 employees 2,073 3,469 1,60,134 $75,73,179
Pennsylvania 14: 100-149 employees 2,069 4,135 2,09,800 $1,05,10,368
Pennsylvania 15: 150-199 employees 1,090 2,747 1,39,587 $69,89,512
Pennsylvania 16: 200-299 employees 1,269 3,908 2,01,706 $1,00,73,012
Pennsylvania 17: 300-399 employees 731 3,103 1,41,859 $74,42,296
Pennsylvania 18: 400-499 employees 517 1,918 1,08,277 $61,04,993
Pennsylvania 19: <500 employees 2,26,511 2,44,874 25,65,473 $11,57,77,358
Pennsylvania 20: 500-749 employees 744 3,228 1,71,538 $87,72,482
Pennsylvania 21: 750-999 employees 461 1,880 1,14,976 $64,64,145
Pennsylvania 22: 1,000-1,499 employees 586 2,900 1,91,242 $1,07,46,890
Pennsylvania 23: 1,500-1,999 employees 380 2,124 1,37,226 $83,70,574
Pennsylvania 24: 2,000-2,499 employees 263 1,907 1,08,866 $61,76,472
Pennsylvania 25: 2,500-4,999 employees 684 6,673 2,87,602 $1,69,08,703
Pennsylvania 26: 5,000+ employees 1,319 39,638 19,80,962 $12,15,10,011
Green Initiatives & Environmental History for: Pennsylvania

Basic History

Rich in historic lore, Pennsylvania territory was disputed in the early 1600s among the Dutch, the Swedes, and the English. England acquired the region in 1664. Philadelphia was the seat of the federal government almost continuously from 1776 to 1800; there the Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776 and the U.S. Constitution drawn up in 1787. Pennsylvania was the scene of pivotal battles fought in the Revolutionary and Civil Wars. In 1776 a provincial convention dominated by radical patriots created the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania under one of the most democratic of the new state constitutions.

Environmental History

Maple, walnut, poplar, oak, pine, ash, beech, and linden trees fill Pennsylvania’s extensive forests, along with sassafras, sycamore, weeping willow and balsam fir. Red pine, paper birch, sweet gum, mountain laurel, June-berry, dotted hawthorn, various dogwoods, dewberry, wintergreen and wild ginger are also fairly common in the state. The small whorled pogonia and the northeastern bulrush are now considered threatened and endangered. The white-tailed deer, black bear, red and gray foxes, opossum, raccoon, muskrat, mink, snowshoe hare, common cottontail, and flying squirrels persist in Pennsylvania. 14 species are on threatened or endangered list of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, including the Indiana bat, the bald eagle, orangefoot pimpleback pearly mussel, dwarf wedgemussel, and pink mucket pearlymussel.

Green Initiatives

Green Building Alliance is a non-profit organization that advances economic prosperity and human well-being in western Pennsylvania by driving market demand for green buildings and green building products. It advocates green building principles in many forums, and their initiatives range from preserving the past with the greening of historic buildings to protecting future through efforts to slow global warming. Their projects include: providing resources for funding, LEED rating systems, renewable energy, green building practices and local green building products; Green Schools Initiative with schools going green with ample natural light, high-quality acoustics and healthy indoor air quality; tracking robust building performance; Climate Initiative which is a collaborative effort designed to lead residents, businesses, government and institutions in the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. State hospitals are also increasingly engaging in sustainable operations, and are committed to support systemwide waste reduction, energy efficiency, renewable resources, and conservation. They are implementing the following routinely: using plastic materials that are DEHP and PVC-free; using biodegradable paper products for food service; implementation of alcohol recycling in hospital labs; extensive recycling programs in place for paper, plastic, cardboard, batteries, fluorescent lights, medical, and hazardous waste; use of non-toxic cleaning products; and purchase of new indoor air quality meter. Pennsylvania Technology Student Association, Natural Resources Defense Council, and the hospitality sector of the state foster environmental stewardship in their operations and facilities through carefully planned programs of sound resource management and environmental protection. They are committed to developing sustainable forward-thinking practices, promoting personal responsibility in recycling and conserving natural resources, and reviewing energy consumption and operating procedures, replacing them with high-efficiency alternative methods.