Category Archives: Economy

The Occupations of Workers with Disabilities

Written by: Melissa Chiu Did you know that there are 7.9 million Americans who have a disability and are working? Also, another 1.5 million Americans with a disability are unemployed and looking for work? Information released today by the U.S. … Continue reading

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Acquiring Work Experience with Age

Written by: Rebecca Chenevert and Daniel Litwok In the workplace, we expect age to be an important factor in how much people are paid—as we get older, we gain experience and our value to employers increases. However, that expectation may … Continue reading

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2012 Economic Census Webinar Assists in Your Response

Written by: Bill Bostic The 2012 Economic Census is now in full swing and businesses throughout the U.S. have received the questionnaire.  On Jan. 24, 2013, at 1 p.m. EST, we will host our second webinar.  This hour-long instructional webinar … Continue reading

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A Look at Workforce Statistics from the EEO Tabulation

Written by: Jennifer Cheeseman Day Last week, an important milestone marked the maturity of the American Community Survey as an extension of the decennial census program. We released the Equal Employment Opportunity Tabulation, which for the first time is based … Continue reading

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Measuring Workforce Diversity

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 can … Continue reading

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