Physical Retail Stores Analysis

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Physical Retail Stores Analysis

The top retailers in the US based on the revenue and the number of US locations are Walmart, CVS, Target, 7-Eleven, Dollar General, Kroger, Walgreens, Home Depot, Dollar Tree, and Rite Aid.

TOP RETAILERS IN THE US

1. WALMART

  • Revenue: $514.4 billion
  • Number of US locations: 5,368
  • Employee gender ratio: 60% female
  • Average household income of employees: $12,644 (net)
  • Consumer average age (or age group): 50
  • Foot traffic: 2.0% of the overall retail foot traffic in the US

2. CVS

3. TARGET

  • Revenue: $75.4 billion
  • Number of US locations: 1,844
  • Employee gender ratio: 50% female
  • Average household income of employees: $8,686 (net)
  • Consumer average age (or age group): 40
  • Foot traffic: 0.62% of the overall retail foot traffic in the US

4. 7-ELEVEN

  • Revenue: $109.9 billion
  • Number of US locations: 9,573
  • Employee gender ratio: 51% female
  • Average household income of employees: $9,765 (net)
  • Consumer average age (or age group): Under 24
  • Foot traffic: 0.7% of the overall retail foot traffic in the US

5. DOLLAR GENERAL

  • Revenue: $25.6 billion
  • Number of US locations: 15,472
  • Employee gender ratio: 50% female
  • Average household income of employees: $11,833 (net)
  • Consumer average age (or age group): 45 – 54
  • Foot traffic: 0.51% of the overall retail foot traffic in the US
  • 6. KROGER

  • Revenue: $121.2 billion
  • Number of US locations: 2,764
  • Employee gender ratio: 56% female
  • Average household income of employees: $6,790 (net)
  • Consumer average age (or age group): 35 – 44
  • Foot traffic: 0.46% of the overall retail foot traffic in the US
  • 7. WALGREENS

    • Revenue: $30.8 billion
    • Number of US locations: 9,451
    • Employee gender ratio: 67% female
    • Average household income of employees: $8,618 (net)
    • Consumer average age (or age group): 35 – 54; 55 + (both categories make up 36% of customer base)
    • Foot traffic: 0.92% of the overall retail foot traffic in the US

    8. THE HOME DEPOT

  • Revenue: $108.2 billion
  • Number of US locations: 1,981
  • Employee gender ratio: 50% female
  • Average household income of employees: $30,270 (net)
  • Consumer average age (or age group): 50
  • Foot traffic: 0.36% of the overall retail foot traffic in the US
  • 9. DOLLAR TREE

    10. RITE AID

  • Revenue: $21.6 billion
  • Number of US locations: 2,469
  • Employee gender ratio: Undisclosed by the company
  • Average household income of employees: Undisclosed by the company
  • Consumer average age (or age group): 55+
  • Foot traffic: 0.43% of the overall retail foot traffic in the US
  • RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

    In this research, we defined the top retailers in the US as those with the most locations in the US and the highest revenue. In order to be able to provide retailers that are considered to be the top retailers based on data for both categories, we devised a simple way of calculating the data. For each retailer that made the pre-compiled list of the most popular stores in the US, we extracted the data for revenue and the number of US locations and multiplied these two data points. This provided us with the single data point that included both locations and revenue as equal measures. The retailer that had the highest data point of relative popularity (number of locations x revenue) topped the list.

    We calculated as follows:
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