Johns Hopkins is Maryland’s largest employer, a major purchaser of goods and services, a sponsor of construction projects and a magnet for students and visitors. In fiscal year 2019, we estimate that Johns Hopkins and its affiliates directly and indirectly accounted for more than $12.6 billion in economic output in Maryland, and 102,404 jobs.  Including operations in Washington, D.C. and Florida, we estimate a total economic impact of nearly $13.9 billion and more than 114,000 jobs.

Economic Impact chart 2010-2019

The following links provide more information about the economic impact of Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, Maryland, and beyond.


Economic Impact in FY 2019:

Full Report |  Executive Summary | MD Fact Sheet | Baltimore City Fact Sheet | District of Columbia Fact Sheet | Montgomery County Fact Sheet FY19 | Howard County Fact Sheet FY19

District reports coming soon.

Economic Impact in FY 2017:

MD Executive Summary | Baltimore City Executive Summary 

MD Fact Sheet FY17 | Baltimore City Fact Sheet FY17 | Montgomery County Fact Sheet FY17 | Howard County Fact Sheet FY17 | District of Columbia Fact Sheet FY17

FY 2014 Economic Impact Reports:

Economic Impact in Baltimore City

Full Report | Executive Summary | One Page Summary

Economic Impact in Maryland

Full Report MD | Executive Summary MD  | One Page Summary MD | Johns Hopkins Health System Full Report | Baltimore County Profile | Howard County Profile | Montgomery County Profile

Economic Impact in Washington, DC and Florida

Washington, DC Profile | All Children's Hospital Full Report (St. Petersburg, FL)

Economic Impact in Maryland by Congressional District

1st District | 2nd District | 3rd District | 4th District | 5th District | 6th District | 7th District | 8th District