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Paugh Marketing Services Office U.S. Census BureauPotential Uses of Integrated Data: Potential Uses of Integrated Data Workforce development Economic development Transportation planning Emergency preparedness Labor market analysis Research on aging Program evaluation45 State Partners in LED: 45 State Partners in LEDLocal Employment Dynamics: Local Employment Dynamics A voluntary partnership between the states and the Census Bureau States supply quarterly worker and business wage records Census Bureau merges the state records with other data to produce new data and products about jobs, workers, industries and your local economyLED Partnership: LED Partnership Local Employment Dynamics (LED) 45 state partners, including DC 1 state in the approval process - OH 5 states yet to join - CT, MA, NE, NH, SD Quarterly Workforce Indicators (QWI) production 37 states under Regular Production 7 states under Experimental Production 1 state shipping data for processing On The Map 17 states in version 1, completed December 2006 Up to 44 states in version 2, phased release through September 2007Slide6: Local Employment Dynamics merges multiple data snapshots into informative movies about the U.S. society and economySlide7: Use existing data to link multiple sources Create new data and products Reduce cost and respondent burden Make data available while protecting confidentiality New data and products The Concept – Data Integration LEHD Led to LEDLocal Employment Dynamics: Local Employment Dynamics Local State, county, sub-county, workforce investment areas Employment Demographics (age and sex) Industry Earnings Dynamics Time, quarterly (as far back as 1990) Job gains, losses and flows Hires, turnover and separationsSlide9: www.census.gov Next to Business & Industry Click on Local Employment Dynamic Then click on QuickLinks to: OnTheMap, QWI Online,Industry Focus Or click on Data Tools Slide10: Local Employment Dynamics’ Tools and Features http://lehd.did.census.gov Quarterly Workforce Indicators: Quarterly Workforce Indicators 29 QWI indicators: Employment Earnings Job creation Job destruction Turnover Analyzed by Geography, industry, gender, age, and timeQWI Online – Flagship Product: QWI Online – Flagship Product 2-, 3-, and 4-digit NAICS code 8 age categories Updates instantaneously Most recent dataSlide13: Key Features of Industry Focus Ranking and multiple indicator selection State, county, Workforce Investment Areas (WIA), metro areasSlide14: Industry Focus provides… …easy, intuitive selection criteria and economic indicators for your geography, work force, and industry. Click on industry to see workforce characteristics. OnTheMap In Action: OnTheMap In Action Emergency management Tornados/Hurricanes/Dams Daytime population estimates Military base realignment and closure Economic Planning Where is the labor supply located? Transportation planning and analysis Between which areas do workers commute? Infrastructure--bridge project Interstate commuting Before/after measuresFlorida Example: Assessing Recent Tornado Impact : Florida Example: Assessing Recent Tornado Impact Illinois-Missouri Example: Impact of Potential Plant Layoffs: Illinois-Missouri Example: Impact of Potential Plant LayoffsSlide18: Missouri Example: Where Tornado-Zone Residents Go to WorkIllinois Example:BRAC Consolidation and Recruitment: Illinois Example: BRAC Consolidation and RecruitmentPennsylvania Example: Aging Workforce by Industry: Pennsylvania Example: Aging Workforce by IndustryMissouri and Illinois Example: Bridge Project in St. Louis: Missouri and Illinois Example: Bridge Project in St. LouisSlide22: OnTheMap v.1 LEHD’s online dynamic mapping tool 17 states online Completed 12/2006 Where do workers live? Where do people work? Companion reports on age, earnings, and industry First synthetic data product User-defined areas Block is base unit for display; block group is base unit for report Modular geographic layers such as community colleges and zip codesThree Types of Reports: Three Types of Reports Shed report shows where people live by city and county. Profile report shows workers’ age and wage ranges by industry QWI shows 10 Quarterly Workforce Indicators. The text box allows you to name your report. Reports can be downloaded. Limitations to Keep in Mind: Limitations to Keep in Mind Not yet national in scope. Does not include military, self-employed or federal workers. Data in OnTheMap refreshed annually, Industry Focus & QWI Online quarterly. Not all states supply data at the same rate. OnTheMap reports on top five city,county, or unincorporated areas; Version 2 will show top 10. OnTheMap can only cross state borders between IL and MO. Version 2 will show cross-state data for all.Slide25: On The Map v.2 LEHD’s ENHANCED dynamic mapping tool 3 states online Released 4/15/07 Phased roll out through 9/30/07 Up to 44 LED partner states Add 2004 data to 2002-2003 data Cross-state patterns for all states Enhanced multi-year reports Additional geographical layersLED Steering Committee 2007 Action Plan : LED Steering Committee 2007 Action Plan Taking the program national Enhancing data quality Providing training Building stability and user base Reaching covenant for innovation Slide27: Want to Learn More? Try Our e-learning Tools! Slide28: HotReport Writer — Report Writing Tool (DataFerrett) — Builds web pages and reports without requiring a programmer Creates reports by dragging and dropping DataFerrett graphics, maps, and tables into web pagesSlide29: Elements of HotReports TABLES MAPS DYNAMICALLY UPDATED TEXT CHARTS/GRAPHSSlide30: Community Economic Development HotReport Slide31: Contact Us Marketing and Training: Dorothy.J.Paugh@census.gov General Comments/Suggestions email@example.com Website http://www.census.gov (Local Employment Dynamics) http://lehd.did.census.gov You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.