If commercial risk scores are an indication, businesses in the utilities, health and education service sectors are faring better than others.

According to the Experian Business Benchmark Report released today, businesses in the utilities group had an average commercial credit score of 70.64, which is well above the national average of 60.68. Businesses in the health and education services industry groups are also doing better than the national average, coming in at 65.29 and 65.03 respectively. Commercial risk scores are based on a scale of 1 to 100, with a score of one indicating high risk and 100 indicating low risk.

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