The Economic Development Department understands that each of New Mexico’s 33 counties has their own unique challenges in creating jobs and growing the economy.
It is important to study each county individually to understand the dynamics of the region and state. That is why in May of 2020, the EDD started providing individual economic summaries for each New Mexico County.
This initiative combines data from the Taxation and Revenue Department, state Department of Workforce Solutions, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, and the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis into an all-in-one report that can assist and guide policymakers as they look to invest in a sustainable recovery after the COVID-19 health emergency.
The county economic reports will be posted quarterly as the newest gross receipts tax data is made available. Gross receipts revenue directly impacts a community’s capacity to provide services and understanding spending trends is especially critical in the wake of COVID-19. The Summaries also include employment, domestic product, and wage trend data.
Read more about this effort in the press release.
Also on this page are data profiles for each county from various state and federal sources.
For more information on this project contact Deputy Secretary Jon Clark.
Click a county to view the latest Economic Summary or scroll down to view all by county.
The New Mexico Economic Development Department makes every effort to provide current and accurate information and data. The data provided on this site is compiled from a number of different sources, however, and we therefore cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information presented. Please inform us of any errors.