New Mexico - Earnings Across Counties and Regions of a Selected Industry
New Mexico

Introduction & Summary

Analyze and investigate New Mexico's industry structure and performance of any county economy over 1969-2016. Choose and compare among three alternative measures: Employment, Earnings and Average Earnings Per Job. Location quotients help you diagnose and identify those industries where economic activity is most concentrated. Individual industry growth rates are benchmarked against the overall average, and to their counterparts nationally, to guide you in pinpointing those industries that have led, and those that have lagged.

Structure and Perfomance Across Counties and Regions for a Selected Industry

Select an indicator of interest to contrast and compare findings and results across all industry sectors for employment, earnings, or average earnings per job.

Directions

  1. From the "Analysis Options Menu" to the right, select an individual region of interest to contrast and compare findings and industry results.

Additional Notes on Earnings

The earnings by major industry estimates compiled by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) are by place of work, and are the sum of wage and salary disbursements (payrolls), supplement to wages and salaries, and proprietors' income.

Additional Suggested Analysis

To view and examine the short vs. long term growth of all 33 New Mexico counties click on the graph below.

State Government Growth by County

County vs Statewide Average: 2007-2016 and 2016

State Government by County
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