You need to select a state (not the United States) to see the choices for Metro Area or County.
Roll-over the graphs to easily view data values for each year. Select graph points or bars and navigate to more detail.
Select each chart's legend to add or remove lines on the graph. The data on the axis can dynamically adjust based on the selected data.
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.
Our team (the folks behind the Your Economy website and Community Profile reports) is exploring options to provide new interactive dashboards.
Please register to attend one of two upcoming focus groups via webinar – see what we are working on (hint – it includes the ability to use AI to ask questions about the data) and provide your feedback. Each session is limited to only 15 participants, so sign up now to secure your spot:
Thursday, May 25th at 1 PM Central
Wednesday, May 31 at 10 AM Central
Can’t attend, but still want to share your thoughts? Email Kristi.firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a private demo!