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Unemployment - Resident Civilian

number and rate persons 16 years of age and older in the labor force and not employed

 

 

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Region [+] Create Custom Regions number rate   number rate Trend
New York State 506,600 5.3   928,200 10.0 Up
New York City 235,200 5.7   480,900 12.3 Up
   Bronx County 47,400 7.8   94,400 16.0 Up
   Kings County 72,100 5.9   144,300 12.5 Up
   New York County 44,500 4.9   82,000 9.5 Up
   Queens County 58,400 5.0   137,700 12.5 Up
   Richmond County 12,900 5.8   22,500 10.6 Up
Rest of State 271,400 5.0   447,200 8.3 Up
Albany County 6,900 4.3   11,300 7.2 Up
Allegany County 1,300 6.5   1,500 8.1 Up
Broome County 5,200 6.0   7,100 8.7 Up
Cattaraugus County 2,200 6.3   3,100 9.4 Up
Cayuga County 2,000 5.3   2,800 7.9 Up
Chautauqua County 3,500 6.0   4,700 8.9 Up
Chemung County 2,200 5.9   3,100 8.8 Up
Chenango County 1,300 5.5   1,500 6.9 Up
Clinton County 2,100 5.8   2,800 8.0 Up
Columbia County 1,300 4.0   1,900 6.2 Up
Cortland County 1,400 5.9   1,800 7.9 Up
Delaware County 1,200 6.0   1,300 7.2 Up
Dutchess County 6,500 4.5   10,900 7.7 Up
Erie County 24,000 5.3   41,800 9.5 Up
Essex County 1,000 6.0   1,300 8.1 Up
Franklin County 1,300 6.5   1,600 8.2 Up
Fulton County 1,500 6.4   1,900 8.6 Up
Genesee County 1,500 5.0   2,100 7.4 Up
Greene County 1,200 5.6   1,700 8.3 Up
Hamilton County 200 6.7   200 7.9 Up
Herkimer County 1,800 6.2   2,300 8.2 Up
Jefferson County 3,100 6.6   3,800 8.7 Up
Lewis County 800 6.9   900 7.7 Up
Livingston County 1,600 5.3   2,100 7.1 Up
Madison County 1,900 5.7   2,500 7.8 Up
Monroe County 18,600 5.1   30,800 8.6 Up
Montgomery County 1,500 6.6   1,900 8.8 Up
Nassau County 29,500 4.2   58,900 8.4 Up
Niagara County 6,200 6.2   10,200 10.4 Up
Oneida County 5,500 5.3   8,200 8.1 Up
Onondaga County 11,000 4.9   18,400 8.4 Up
Ontario County 2,600 4.7   4,000 7.3 Up
Orange County 8,300 4.7   15,300 8.4 Up
Orleans County 1,100 6.4   1,400 8.4 Up
Oswego County 3,900 7.2   4,700 8.9 Up
Otsego County 1,600 5.4   1,900 7.2 Up
Putnam County 2,200 4.3   3,800 7.6 Up
Rensselaer County 3,800 4.6   5,600 7.0 Up
Rockland County 6,900 4.5   12,400 8.1 Up
St. Lawrence County 3,200 7.3   3,500 8.2 Up
Saratoga County 4,900 4.1   8,000 6.7 Up
Schenectady County 3,600 4.7   6,200 8.1 Up
Schoharie County 900 5.8   1,000 7.1 Up
Schuyler County 600 6.6   700 8.6 Up
Seneca County 800 5.1   1,200 8.2 Up
Steuben County 2,800 6.3   3,400 8.2 Up
Suffolk County 36,700 4.7   65,000 8.5 Up
Sullivan County 1,800 5.4   3,200 8.8 Up
Tioga County 1,300 5.5   1,700 7.8 Up
Tompkins County 2,200 4.4   3,000 6.2 Up
Ulster County 4,300 4.8   6,900 8.0 Up
Warren County 1,800 5.5   2,600 8.4 Up
Washington County 1,400 5.0   2,000 7.2 Up
Wayne County 2,400 5.3   3,200 7.4 Up
Westchester County 21,800 4.5   40,200 8.4 Up
Wyoming County 1,000 5.6   1,300 7.5 Up
Yates County 600 5.0   800 6.5 Up

Created January 21, 2022 9:41 PM EST


Notes:

  • Changes in the method of estimating substate areas caused breaks in the continuity of the data series. These breaks occurred during the following periods: December 1999 to January 2000; and December 1993 to January 1994. Because of the changes in methodology, data for the period preceding each break are not comparable to data for the period following each break. These breaks apply to estimates for all areas other than New York State, New York City, and Rest of State.
  • Estimates for New York State and New York City are based on regression models from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) of the U.S. Department of Labor. Other sub-state estimates are prepared by the Local Area Unemployment Statistics (LAUS) Unit of the New York State Department of Labor, Division of Research and Statistics and are based on a set by BLS.
  • Regional totals may not equal sum of counties due to rounding.
  • Rates are per 100 persons 16 years of age and older within the labor force.

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