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Baltimore County's dynamic economy is driven by national leaders and regional businesses that span every major industry sector. The following nine key industries drive 50 percent of the County’s employment and will account for 75 percent of the County’s job growth through 2024.

  1. Transportation, Distribution and Logistics (TDL)
  2. Construction
  3. Manufacturing
  4. Education
  5. Healthcare
  6. Government
  7. Financial Services
  8. Professional and Business Services
  9. Information Technology (IT)

County Businesses and Headquarters

 The Baltimore County Public Library provides free access to Reference USA, which allows customized searches for listings of more than 20,500 existing businesses in Baltimore County. The County is a premier location for successful and growing headquarters, who get first dibs on the brilliant researchers, engineers and creative thinkers graduating every year.

Education

Baltimore County is one of the most educated communities in the United States.

Transportation 

Baltimore County’s transportation network is one of our greatest competitive advantages. It features an interconnected and multimodal system of transportation that makes sense for any business.

Statistics

Data shown are based on currently available County, Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), State and national datasets. If you have any questions related to the data presented, we encourage you to email datasupport@baltimorecountymd.gov.

2020 

View the population statistics for 2020 below.

Baltimore CountyBaltimore MetroState

847,000

2,881,500

6,224,550

2019

2018 

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Contact Us

Economic Development

400 Washington Avenue
Suite 100
Towson, Maryland 21204

Hours:

Monday through Friday
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Phone:

Fax:

410-887-8017

Director

Leonard Howie

 
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