Export Related Jobs Export Related Jobs Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
Atlas of Rural and Small-Town America Atlas of Rural and Small-Town America Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
The Atlas of Rural and Small-Town America is a mapping application that provides a spatial interpretation of county-level, economic and social conditions along four broad categories of socioeconomic factors: people (using newly released data on population size, race and ethnicity, and immigration from the 2010 Decennial Census and other demographic data from the American Community Survey, including age, race and ethnicity, migration and immigration, education, household size and family composition), jobs (using economic data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and other sources, including information on employment trends, unemployment, industrial composition, and household income), agriculture (using indicators from the 2007 Census of Agriculture, including number and size of farms, operator characteristics, off-farm income, and government payments), and county classifications (using typologies such as the rural-urban continuum, economic dependence, persistent poverty, population loss, and other ERS county codes). Maps are interactive and also provided for download; raw data are provided for download. Data from the 2010 Census have been recently added.
U.S. Trade Overview Presentation U.S. Trade Overview Presentation Foreign Commerce and Aid
LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics (LODES) LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics (LODES) Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
LED's OnTheMap Interactive Tool LED's OnTheMap Interactive Tool Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
LED's OnTheMap for Emergency Management LED's OnTheMap for Emergency Management Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
Provides rapid access to labor market information for local areas affected by emergency events. Currently limited to hurricanes, the application provides an easy-to-use tool that provides a live feed from the National Hurricane Center. When a storm's leading winds make landfall in the US, the application will allow users to view the characteristics of the local workforce, such as the affected industries, the ages of workers and workers' earnings.
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