Black-owned businesses need to be supported.
And Black business owners are constantly looking for ways to earn that support.
According to the U. S. Census Bureau:
The Black population in DFW is about 15.0%.
Black-owned businesses in DFW are around 12.8% of all businesses in DFW (not including publicly held firms).
However, Black-owned businesses with paid employees total only about 3.0% (not including publicly held firms).
For the Dallas/Fort Worth/Arlington Metro Area (DFW), which industry categories have the most Black-owned businesses?
In which industry categories, are Black-owned businesses making the most money?
Well, the answers to those questions depend on whether the businesses have paid employees or not, as the data in the accompanying tables will show.
This article contains estimates of how many Black-owned businesses are in the various industry categories in DFW. It also . . .
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