Category Archives: Data Tools

Get the LED Out! – Easier Access to Powerful Labor Force Information

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Tweet Written by: Heath Hayward Do you need information on the changing composition of the workforce through the recent recession? Or evidence of the job creation ability of young firms? Answer questions like these and many more with the Quarterly … Continue reading

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New Ways to Find a Fact

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Tweet Written by: Jeff Sisson  Have you ever wondered about the median income of your hometown? Or maybe you just want to know the population. These are some of the questions our data users often ask, and it is feedback … Continue reading

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Easy Exploration into Your Community’s Statistics

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Tweet Easy Stats: Your Source for Easy-to-Use Data, At Your Fingertips Written By: Nancy Potok Yesterday we released Easy Stats, one of the latest web technology tools developed by the U.S. Census Bureau to make our data quicker and easier … Continue reading

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Measuring Workforce Diversity

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Tweet Written by: Jennifer Cheeseman Day Have you ever wondered about the diversity of your occupation?  What is its demographic composition, age distribution, educational attainment, earnings ranges, percent U.S. citizen, or from where people are commuting?  These questions and more … Continue reading

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New Findings on Metropolitan and Micropolitan America and Change Between 2000 and 2010

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Tweet Written by:  Marc Perry and Steven Wilson Within metro and micro areas, what were the geographic patterns of population growth between 2000 and 2010? How did growth compare in the central and outlying census tracts of the areas? How … Continue reading

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