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Maryland by the numbers

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Results for Maryland

Small businesses open in Maryland
-7%
The number of small businesses open last week in Maryland was down 7% from the prior week.
The number of businesses open last week in Maryland was 85% of pre-coronavirus levels.

These rates are based on Homebase data for 60k+ businesses and 1M+ hourly employees active in the U.S. All rates compare that day vs. the median for that day of the week for the period Jan 4–31, 2020. This metric is calculated on the number of businesses having at least one employee clock in. Visit our full data site to compare different cities and states or view the data by industry.

Foot traffic in Maryland
78%
Foot traffic levels last week in Maryland were 78% of what they were before coronavirus.
Foot traffic last week in Maryland was up 6% from the prior week.

These rates are provided by Safegraph data, an aggregated, anonymized, privacy-safe summary of foot traffic to 6 million points-of-interest (POI) in North America. The population sample is a panel of opt-in, anonymized smartphone devices, balanced across demographics and geographies.

Total hours worked in Maryland
-8%
The number of hours worked at small businesses last week in Maryland was down 8% from the prior week.
The number of hours worked at small businesses last week in Maryland was 85% of pre-coronavirus levels.

These rates are based on Homebase data for 60k+ businesses and 1M+ hourly employees active in the U.S. All rates compare that day vs. the median for that day of the week for the period Jan 4–31, 2020. This metric is calculated from the hours recorded in Homebase timecards. Visit our full data site to compare different cities and states or view the data by industry.

Hours worked per operating business in Maryland
100%
For small businesses that are operating, hours worked per business last week in Maryland were 100% of what they were before coronavirus.
Hours worked per business last week in Maryland were down 1% from the prior week.

These rates are based on Homebase data for 60k+ businesses and 1M+ hourly employees active in the U.S. All rates compare that day vs. the median for that day of the week for the period Jan 4–31, 2020. This metric is calculated from the hours recorded in Homebase timecards. Visit our full data site to compare different cities and states or view the data by industry.

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