This dashboard monitors the economic health of Broome County through providing both baseline data as well as changes to the economy following the shutdown on March 15, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the subsequential phased reopening that began two months later on May 15, 2020.
This dashboard tracks a variety of data points from historical hiring trends, annual earnings, and labor distribution across sectors to key COVID-19 performance indicators such as changes in employment, small business revenue, and real estate data.
Data updated: 1/28/2021
Broome County Overview
Median Household Income
Jobs Historical Trend2014-2019
COVID Impact and Recovery
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Leadership Alliance between The Agency and the Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce established the COVID-19 Economic Response, Recovery, & Resiliency Task Force. When surveyed, the most requested service outside of financial assistance was a reliable, real-time source of information. The Task Force was charged with developing the Resiliency Toolkit for Broome County Businesses, a comprehensive guide on funding opportunities available at local, state and federal levels, as well as the Broome County Reopening Playbook, a detailed guide on reopening protocols per industry as set by the New York State Department of Health and the Center for Disease Control. The Task Force continues to track the same key performance indicators as presented in this dashboard to continue to provide business and community leaders with best practices and effective COVID-19 operating strategies.
Data & MethodologyHow the data in this report was calculated.
This report includes totalling 16,274 data points from 30 measures, collected from 2 public sources (described below). We also estimated 5,827 data points based on our estimation and projection methodology.
Some of the summary data included in the report may not include suppressed data. Data suppression occurs in cases where private, identifying information would be disclosed. In most cases, this does not impact the total values presented in the report, but in cases where there are small industries or areas, data suppressions may reduce the accuracy of the data we can display.