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The Overview section shows the number of businesses and jobs for the entire area in a time-series format, allowing you to track changes every quarter since the second quarter of 2020 (or Q2.20).
The Current Quarter section breaks down the businesses and employment in the selected location by Industry, Business Size, and Ethnicity of owner. The left vertical axis displays a count of businesses or jobs by category in the most current quarter. The right vertical axis shows the percent change of each category since the first quarter of the pandemic. For example, -10% means that the number of businesses or employment in that category has fallen by 10% since Q2.20.
Move your pointer over the bubble or bar data points on the charts to reveal the actual numbers.
Businesses are 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, and government.
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).
Under-Resourced Communities are heavily populated urban and suburban areas of concentrated poverty and low income.
Other Urban Areas include all areas within a Metro that is not classified as Under-Resourced.
# of Businesses and # of Jobs reports the total number of businesses and jobs in the area for the most current quarter.
% Change of Businesses from Q2.20 report the total percentage change from the first quarter that the pandemic’s economic impact appeared in the data (the second quarter of 2020) to the most current quarter. Race/Ethnicity of Owner data report the total percentage change from the last quarter to the current quarter.
Industries are defined by 2-digit NAICS codes, and some industry names are abbreviated to accommodate display on the dashboard. Here are the actual category names for those that appear shortened:
Please note that the category Race/Ethnicity of Owner is based on survey data. Not all businesses are self-classified.
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This dashboard presents the number of businesses and employment for the Top 100 Metros in the U.S. since the beginning of the Covid-19 economic crises.
Use the drop-down menus at the top of the page to select All Top 100 Metros, to choose a specific Metro, or to specify the Under-Resourced Community or Other Areas within a Metro.
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Race/Ethnicity of Owner (Change From Last Quarter)