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Hawaii: Highest 1-year Business Failure Rate in USA
By Selected News Articles @ 4:54 PM :: 1584 Views :: Hawaii Statistics, Small Business

The Percentage of Businesses That Fail and How to Boost Your Chances of Success

from Lending Tree, May 2nd, 2022 (excerpts)

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Nearly 1 in 5 U.S. businesses fail within the first year, according to the latest data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). With 32.5 million small businesses across the nation, some are undoubtedly bound to fail, whether small or large.

Businesses can falter for various reasons, including financial constraints, workforce issues and owner burnout. Plus, the percentage of businesses that fail can vary widely based on the state or industry, according to the latest LendingTree analysis.

Key findings

  • 18.4% of private sector businesses in the U.S. fail within the first year. After five years, 49.7% have faltered, while after 10 years, 65.5% of businesses have failed.
  • Hawaii sees the highest business failure rate within the first year. In the Aloha State, 25.4% of businesses fail in that first year, followed by the District of Columbia (25.1%) and Kansas (23.2%). ….

Percentage of businesses that fail in the U.S.

The business failure rate in the U.S. within the first year is nearly 20% — 18.4%, to be exact — according to a LendingTree analysis of BLS data…./

Highest business failure rate within 1 year: Hawaii, D.C., Kansas

Thirty-one states and the District of Columbia have a higher percentage of businesses that fail in the first year than the nationwide rate of 18.4%. Hawaii tops that list at 25.4%, followed by D.C. (25.1%) and Kansas (23.2%)…

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PBN: Hawaii had nation’s highest failure rate for new businesses during Covid, report finds

State Hawaii
Business failure rate within 1 year 25.40%
Business failure rate after 5 years 52.80%
Business failure rate after 10 years 64.50%
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