Economic Impact Key
The map above shows which areas in Orlando, FL are expected to suffer the greatest economic damage from COVID-19, also known as the Coronavirus. Economic damage includes both unemployment and loss of business. These estimates are based on the number of people employed in each industry by area. Areas in the darkest red may see 20% or more of the workforce newly unemployed.
Overall, the economic impact to Orlando is expected to be extremely severe, with 10.9% of jobs at risk. On a national per-capita basis, there are 3,119 cities in worse condition and 51,422 cities in better condition. Among other cities classified as large by population, 10 are projected to have more economic damage, and 395 to have less economic damage.
Estimates are based on industries most impacted by the virus and by recessions in general. This map is based on strong statistical evidence, but please keep in mind these are only estimates. Changes will be included as more data becomes available. Estimates are generally conservative: some areas will have higher-than-projected unemployment.
Top Industries: Before COVID-19
Top Industries: After COVID-19
Industries Impact Key
Estimated Jobs at Risk for All Orlando, FL Industries
|Industry||Current jobs estimate||Jobs at risk|
|Agriculture and Mining||724||53|
|Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities||17,731||1,195|
|Professional and Business Services||42,750||3,374|
|Education and Health||54,694||2,892|
|Leisure and Hospitality||61,739||14,447|
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