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Establishment is defined as an economic unit that produces goods and/or services at a single physical location. All businesses are tracked including for-profit (privately owned and publicly traded), non-profit, government, sole proprietors, and proprietors.
Jobs are defined as all persons currently working at an establishment including full-time, part-time, and temporary workers. This includes proprietorships and sole proprietors (self-employed).
Change is the percentage of total annual change in Establishments and Jobs.
New Establishments an establishment that is new (uniquely idnetified) to the YE Time Series database.
Gain – gross increase in establishments, jobs, starts, expansions (jobs), and moves (into region).
Loss - gross decrease in establishments, jobs, closings, contractions (jobs), and moves (out of region).
Net New - the subtraction of gross loss from gross gain.
YE Industries are geographic concentrations of industries (all 6- digit NAICS) related by knowledge, skills, inputs, demand, and/or measures of inter-industry linkages grouped into 3 segments; Local, External, and Non Trade/Healthcare. More Info»
YE ranks Jobs Change, Establishment Change, and New Establishments by:
States - ranked against 50 states and D.C. with U.S. included for comparison (average).
Metro Areas - ranked against 382 metro areas in the U.S.
Counties - ranked against all the counties in the state you are viewing.
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