State-by-State Data

Local new-car and -truck dealerships employ more than 1.1 million workers in sales, service and management, with compensation averaging more than $69,000 across occupations. New-car sales also generate approximately 15% of all state and local tax revenue.

This map shows how dealerships impact each state with jobs, and what those jobs pay in each state. Click on any state above to get data for that state, including the number of local dealerships, the number of jobs created by those dealerships, and the compensation by dealership employees in those states.

This one-page summary shows the retail auto industry's impact on the overall U.S. economy.

If you are having trouble on a mobile device clicking on the map, you may click on any state below to get data for that state, including employment and payroll data.

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