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Examining Charter's Nationwide Impact

Oxford Economics examined Charter’s operations and activity to calculate the impact of the company’s investments nationally and at the state-level.

July 13, 2018

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Oxford Economics’ Key Findings

Charter’s investments in its people, infrastructure, and operations create significant economic impact in all 50 states.

Charter’s Nationwide Economic Impact

Charter Oxford Economics Nationwide Impact


Charter Oxford Economics Methodology Channels of Impact

Contributes $48 Billion to GDP

When all three channels of activity are considered (direct, indirect, and induced), Charter supports over $48 billion in economic activity (GDP), and $30 billion in income each year – and its productive workforce drives an output of $438,000 per worker.

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Supports over 480,000 Jobs

Oxford Economics estimates that Charter supports over 480,000 jobs, including 94,000 directly employed workers in the United States, having added more than 22,000 employees to its U.S. based workforce since 2012.

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Charter SQ Graphic BL CHB

Impact in All 50 States

Charter Oxford Economics Jobs Map

Economic Impact in Action


A Commitment to Veterans

Helping veterans translate their talents to a meaningful and viable civilian career.

Connecting the Nation

Connecting the Nation

Expanding access to high-speed broadband in the communities it serves.


Charter in the Community

Opening our first fully bilingual call center in McAllen, Texas.

Commitment to NY State

Providing Culturally Diverse Programming

Bringing high-speed internet service to communities throughout New York.

Investing in the Next Generation of Connectivity

Investing in the Next-Generation of Connectivity

Adopting new technologies to provide the most innovative products.

Commitment to NY State

Commitment to New York State

Bringing high-speed internet service to communities throughout New York.

* All data shown in tables and charts are Oxford Economics’ own data, except where otherwise stated and cited in footnotes, and are copyright © Oxford Economics Ltd.