Local Employment Dynamics
New time series data created under the federal-state Local Employment Dynamics (LED) Partnership provide details about America's jobs, workers, and local economies and communities. LED creatively integrates existing data from state-supplied administrative records on workers and employers with existing censuses, surveys, and other administrative records. State-of-the-art methods to protect the confidentiality of the original respondents allow LED to release valid data for local or regional areas beyond traditional boundaries for public use on the Internet. LED data is available down to the block group, but because raw data is provided on a voluntary basis, state by state, the availability of data for various geographies varies greatly.
The Southwestern Pennsylvania Community Profiles presents community data and indicators from dozens of sources in a series of interactive tables, maps, and charts. The tool was built by our... [read more]
Capital One philanthropic mission includes a comprehensive giving program to help build the future of communities for Capital One’s customers and associates across the U.S. These programs,... [read more]
Working with the Valley Community Foundation and approximately 20 other local partners, DataHaven produced a baseline indicators report on the Lower Naugatuck Valley region in 2015. DataHaven is now... [read more]
Funded by SCRCOG, and led by SCRCOG, the New Haven NAACP, and Workforce Alliance, the Transportation Study examined the link between transportation and employment, including commuter patterns, bus... [read more]
We created two interactive data visualizations using Tableau Public. One illustrates population changes from 2000 to 2010, as well as population projections by race and age for five year increments... [read more]