National report shows a mix of positive and negative economic trends in county economies, and provides individual data for every county in America.
A special report from the National Association of Counties (NACo), County Economies 2015, analyzes economic data for counties across America, and provides county profiles for the 2014-2015 year.
2.5 times more county economies recovered on unemployment rates in 2015 than in the previous year.
The report’s webpage ends with a searchable map, that provides summary county economic data for each county.
County economic data puts policymakers in touch with their residents, who may or may not be seeing the effects of national trends. As described by National Association of Counties,
County Economies 2015 is a reminder that counties are where Americans feel the national economy.
Here is an example economic profile for Frederick County, Maryland,