Cayuga County is home to over 76,000 people with varying skills and backgrounds. Here is what you can expect from Cayuga County and how it compares to New York State and the United States as a whole:

Source: American Community Survey 2019 1-Yr Estimates
*Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2020 average
**Source: NYSAR 2020 Annual Report on the New York Market / US Dept of Housing and Urban Development “National Comprehensive Housing Market Analysis”

87% of Cayuga County residents have a high school diploma or higher, which is on par with the New York State and national averages, and has higher levels of Associate’s level and technical training that are important for Cayuga County’s target industries.

Source: U.S. Census 2019: American Community Survey