Economic Data

The state considers Schoharie County an extension of the Capital District centered around Albany, named one of America’s “Best Places to Live” by

For large employers, Schoharie County boasts a large skilled labor force and very little unionization outside of the public sector.

Schoharie County Statistics:

Total Population 32,749
Median Age 40.9
Total Households 12,349
Total School Enrollment 8,400
Median Home Cost $133,400
Median Income $48,640

2010 U.S. Census and 2005-2009 American Community Survey

Business Quick Facts:

Private Non-Farm Establishments 573 (2012)
Private Non-Farm Employment 5,440 (2012)
Private Non-Farm Employment Change +1.4% (2011-2012)
Non-Employer Establishments 1,862
Merchant Wholesaler Sales $36,031,000 (2007)
Retail Sales $268,923,000 (2007)
Accommodation and Food Services Sales $21,552,000 (2007)
Retail Sales Per Capita $8,422 (2007)
Building permits 31 (2012)

2007-2012 American Community Survey

Geography Quick Facts:

Land Area (Square Miles) 621.82
Persons Per Square Mile 52.7 (2010)
FIPS Code 095
Metropolitan Statistical Area Albany-Schenectady-Troy, N.Y.

2007-2012 American Community Survey