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Dollar General has the Lowest Revenue Per Employee in the General Merchandise Stores Industry (DG, TGT, FRED, BIG, TUES)

By Nick Russo

Below are the three companies in the General Merchandise Stores industry with the lowest Revenue Per Employee (RPE). Analysts use RPE as a measure to compare the productivity of companies in the same industry.

Dollar General ranks lowest with a an RPE of $187,000. Following is Target with a an RPE of $213,000. Fred's ranks third lowest with a an RPE of $400,000.

Big Lots follows with a an RPE of $422,000, and Tuesday Morning rounds out the bottom five with a an RPE of $555,000.

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