The growth or decline in total jobs, shown as a percentage gain or loss from the previous year.
The net growth or decline in jobs by sector, shown as a percentage gain or loss from 2001.
Unemployed individuals are those without jobs who are able, available and actively seeking work. The unemployment rate is the number of unemployed people as a percentage of the total labor force (the total number of employed and unemployed individuals 16 or older and not living in prisons, mental hospitals or nursing homes).
The cumulative percentage change in average salary since 2000.
The average annual salary paid to workers in each economic sector.
The change, expressed as a percentage, of the number of people in selected age groups within the resident working–age population.
The change in the number of business establishments by sector, shown as a percentage gain or loss from 2000 to 2010.
Annual income to individuals from government assistance programs (welfare, Medicaid, unemployment, and food stamps), expressed on a per–capita basis.
The annual per capita spending for counties, cities, towns, villages and school and fire districts within a county, adjusted for inflation.
The percentage of workers, age 16 or older, that entered or left the county for work during the year.
The number of households that report having a vehicle kept at the home, available for use, expressed as a percentage of all households.
The type of transportation used on a daily basis by workers over the age of 16 who commute to work, expressed as a percentage of all workers who do not work at home.