Entrepreneurial Depth

Entrepreneurial depth is a measure of average proprietor income. It is calculated by dividing total non-farm proprietor income by the number of non-farm proprietorships in an economy. Because both part-time and full-time entrepreneurs are included, this measure may be skewed by individuals who are only partly supported by proprietor income. In Georgia, as in the rest of the country, rural counties tend to have higher breadth, while urban counties tend to have higher depth.

Dollar amounts are adjusted for inflation using the PCE Price Index from the Bureau of Economic Analysis.

Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis Regional Economic Accounts

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