Net Change in Number of Establishments, 2019-2020

Map layers from the 2020 Business Dynamics Statistics database are now available! This Census Bureau dataset contains information on establishment and employment changes between 2019 and 2020. The linked map layer displays the rate of change for total business establishments between 2019 and 2020 in counties across the United States. Rates are calculated per 100 ‘initial year’ business establishments.

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Gender Pay Gap

This layer displays the ratio of women’s median earnings to men’s median earnings for all full-time, year-round workers, presented as “cents on the dollar.”

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All layers now available from the 2016-20 American Community Survey!

Click the map link to view the latest estimates for the percentage of the population living at or below 50% of the federal poverty level. Data are from the 2016-20 American Community Survey (ACS). Maps are available for counties, ZIP Codes, census tracts, and other geographic areas. Search the Map Room for the terms 2020 ACS to view additional map layers from the American Community Survey.

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Net Change in Number of Establishments

This layer displays the rate of change for total business establishments between 2018 and 2019 in counties across the United States. Establishment counts are acquired from the 2019 Business Dynamics Survey (BDS), released by the US Census Bureau. Rates are calculated per 100 ‘initial year’ business establishments.

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Income from Transfer Payments

Layer displays information about personal income from transfer payments from the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) Local Area Personal Income data series. In personal income, transfer receipts are benefits received by persons for which no current services are performed. They are payments by government and business to individuals and non-profit institutions. Specifically, transfer payment income encompasses all receipts from:

  • Retirement and disability;
  • Medical benefits;
  • Income maintenance benefits (SSI, EITC, SNAP, etc.);
  • Unemployment;
  • Veterans’ benefits;
  • Education and training assistance;
  • Other government benefits;
  • Payments from businesses

For more information, please see the Local Area Personal Income Methodology.

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Proprietors Income, 2019

This layer displays information about proprietor employment (or self employment) and income by county. Average measures of income are calculated as the total proprietor income of an area divided by the estimated number of proprietors within the area. Percentages are calculated by dividing the estimated proprietor employment by the total employment in an area. Information used in this map layer is acquired from the US Bureau of Economic Analysis Regional Economic Accounts: Economic Profile (CA30).

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Non-Farm Proprietors Income, 2019

This layer displays information about non-farm proprietor employment (or self employment) and income by county. Average measures of income are calculated as the total proprietor income of an area divided by the estimated number of proprietors within the area. Percentages are calculated by dividing the estimated proprietor employment by the total employment in an area. Information used in this map layer is acquired from the US Bureau of Economic Analysis Regional Economic Accounts: Economic Profile (CA30).

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Per Capita Income, 2019

This layer displays per capita personal income by county. This measure of income is calculated as the total personal income of the residents of an area divided by the population of the area. Per capita personal income is often used as an indicator of consumers’ purchasing power and of the economic well-being of the residents of an area. Information used in this map layer is acquired from the US Bureau of Economic Analysis Regional Economic Accounts: Economic Profile (CA30).

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