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Economy in Rochester, New York

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EconomyRochester, NYUnited States
Unemployment Rate7.40%6.30%
Recent Job Growth-0.17%1.18%
Future Job Growth32.30%36.10%
Sales Taxes8.00%6.00%
Income Taxes6.45%4.72%
Income per Cap.$18,757$28,051
Household Income$30,708$53,046
Family Median Income$35,749$64,585
Income Less Than 15K25.99%12.61%
Income between 15K and 20K8.31%5.33%
Income between 20K and 30K14.82%10.57%
Income between 30K and 40K11.01%9.90%
Income between 40K and 50K8.76%8.95%
Income between 50K and 60K7.26%8.08%
Income between 60K and 75K7.36%10.09%
Income between 75K and 100K8.49%12.25%
Income between 100K and 150K5.21%12.82%
Income between 150K and 200K1.50%4.78%
Income greater than 200K1.30%4.64%
Management, business, finance9.10%14.36%
Engineering, computers, science5.50%5.24%
Community, social services3.50%1.66%
Education, library6.75%6.10%
Arts, design, media, sports, entertainment2.06%1.88%
Healthcare practitioners and technology5.90%5.49%
Healthcare support5.08%2.47%
Firefighters, law enforcement1.82%2.24%
Food preparation, serving7.54%5.61%
Building maintenance5.26%3.97%
Personal care4.84%3.54%
Sales, office, administrative support22.96%24.89%
Farming, fishing, forestry0.03%0.73%
Construction, extraction, maintenance/repair5.21%8.56%
Production, transportation, material moving13.44%12.10%

The unemployment rate in Rochester, NY, is 7.40%, with job growth of -0.17%. Future job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be 32.30%.

Rochester, NY Taxes

Rochester, NY,sales tax rate is 8.00%. Income tax is 6.45%.

Rochester, NY Income and Salaries

The income per capita is $18,757, which includes all adults and children. The median household income is $30,708.

Rochester Economy SperlingViews

Time to bounce!!!: I have lived in Rochester all my life and I have had enough. My husband and I both work full-time and own our home. I am sick and tired of state mandates for... (read more)killing ourselves to pay our bills: Rochester may be beautiful for it's changing seasons, but pretty leaves and fresh fallen snow don't pay our bills. Neither do our jobs lately either. The ever dwindling... (read more)Dying City: I’m leaving. I was born here, left from 1995 to 2001 (joined the Navy) and came back. Big mistake! Rochester used to have a booming economy and the headquarters of... (read more)Have an opinion about Rochester? Leave a commentTo See All SperlingViews for Rochester Click Here