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1 LED Data Examples Francisca Winston May 15, 2009

2 Outline LED Data as part of the LISC Sustainable Communities Neighborhood Monitoring Project Results from Olneyville neighborhood in Providence Rhode Island Resident Employment and Local Labor Market jobs in multiple SC neighborhoods

3 LISC Research & Assessment is responsible for monitoring neighborhood change in 50 LISC Sustainable Communities (SC) LISC Sustainable Communities Initiative supports community efforts to revitalize low-income neighborhoods through comprehensive approaches to change Targeted program activity in 50 LISC neighborhoods LISC Research & Assessment Neighborhood Monitoring Reports identify levels and trends of neighborhood quality indicators Outcomes are compared to a statistically similar set of low-income neighborhoods in the same city

4 LISC Sustainable Communities neighborhood monitoring reports currently include data from seven sources Current Data Sources Elementary / Secondary School Universe Survey Local Employment Dynamics Applied Analytics Internal Revenue Service Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) USPS Vacant Properties US Decennial Census

5 Current LED Employment Indicators Resident Employment Total Jobs Jobs by Industry Job by Earnings Level Local Labor Market Total Jobs Jobs by Industry SC Neighborhoods and Comparison Areas

6 Olneyville Neighborhood, Providence RI Hispanic Renter-Occupied Low-Income Population: (70%) age (36%) civilian labor force Source: US Census 2000

7 Source: Local Employment Dynamics data, analyzed by LISC Research and Assessment Increased resident employment is a sign of neighborhood strength

8 Manufacturing was the largest industry sector of employed residents in Olneyville in 2006 Source: Local Employment Dynamics data, analyzed by LISC Research and Assessment

9 Employment in health care is increasing but decreasing in manufacturing Source: Local Employment Dynamics data, analyzed by LISC Research and Assessment

10 In 2006, four industries employed more than half of Olenyvilles working residents Source: Local Employment Dynamics data, analyzed by LISC Research and Assessment

11 Resident employment in Olneyville and comparison areas is similar Source: Local Employment Dynamics data, analyzed by LISC Research and Assessment

12 Resident employment is not as correlated with local labor market jobs in Olneyville Source: Local Employment Dynamics data, analyzed by LISC Research and Assessment

13 Differences between resident employment and local labor market jobs are particularly dramatic in the Southwest SC in Indianapolis Source: Local Employment Dynamics data, analyzed by LISC Research and Assessment

14 Local labor market jobs are different across all SC Indianapolis neighborhoods Source: Local Employment Dynamics data, analyzed by LISC Research and Assessment

15 Resident employment is similar across all SC neighborhoods in Indianapolis Source: Local Employment Dynamics data, analyzed by LISC Research and Assessment

16 Resident employment in SC neighborhoods can be different across cities Source: Local Employment Dynamics data, analyzed by LISC Research and Assessment

17 Next Steps in LED Explore differences between resident employment and local labor market jobs in other cities –Consider if workforce development programs need to be targeted to specific neighborhoods Examine LED data with other data sources

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22 Olneyville Neighborhood, Providence RI Hispanic Renter-Occupied Low-Income Population: (70%) age (36%) civilian labor force Source: US Census 2000

23 LISC has worked with community organizations to revitalize underserved neighborhoods since ,000 affordable homes & apartments 36 million sq feet of retail & business Facilities for child care, schools, the arts, & playing fields Invested $9 billion residential and commercial development

24 In 2006, four industries employed more than half of Olneyvilles working residents Local Employment Dynamics data, analyzed by LISC Research and Assessment


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