The diversity of businesses in the Services and Mixed Use District (SMUD) – which range from suburban office parks to light industrial parks and include manufacturing, retail and wholesale trade, and construction – has allowed the District to escape major economic disruption during the pandemic. But the ‘open for business’ status of many firms in the SMUD does not mean the District is without its challenges. Like the Goods Production & Distribution District, many essential on-site workers in the SMUD are at a higher risk of contracting the COVID-19 virus.
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Stats at a Glance: Services & Mixed Use District
~690k Employment (2016)
51% Employees with Remote Work Capacity (% share)
# of Businesses
(Dec. 2018, 1+ employees):
- Small (1-19): 36,240
- Medium (20-99): 5,820
- Large (100+): 1,390
Top 3 Sectors by Employment (% share):
- Manufacturing (13%)
- Retail Trade (13%)
- Professional, scientific and technical services (11%)
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