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1 Local Employment Dynamics (LED) Online Toolset For the Workforce Information in Regional Economic Development Conference ETA Regions 4 and 6, Phoenix, Arizona April 10-11, 2008 Matthew Graham Geographer LEHD Program U.S. Census Bureau

2 Overview of Session Whirlwind Tour of LED Using the Tools –QWI Online –Industry Focus –OnTheMap Other Data Resources Q & A

3 Local Employment Dynamics Voluntary partnership between states and Census Bureau States supply quarterly worker and business wage records Census Bureau merges state records and other data to produce information about jobs, workers, industries and your local economy

4 The Concept – Data Integration 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 LEHD & LED

5 The LED Partnership Local Employment Dynamics (LED) –48 state partners, including DC –3 states yet to join - CT, MA, NH Quarterly Workforce Indicators (QWI) –43 states under Regular Production –3 states under Experimental Production OnTheMap –17 states in Version 1, completed December 2006 –42 states in Version 2, completed September 2007 –Up to 46 states in Version 3, coming in 2008

6 Local Employment Dynamics Online Tools

7 QWI Online 8 QWIs, including: –Employment –Earnings –Hires –Separations –Turnover Analyzed by: –Geography, industry, gender, age, and time

8 Links to available states Shows most recent quarter of data NAICS and SIC option QWI Online – Flagship Product

9 Interactive QWI Online Entries updated instantaneously 8 age categories2-, 3-, and 4-digit NAICS code

10 QWI Online Pivot or Comparison Tables

11 Industry Focus Ranking and multiple indicator selection Select age and gender State, county, Workforce Investment Areas (WIA), metro areas

12 Industry Focus provides… Easy, intuitive selection criteria and economic indicators for your geography, work force, and industry. Click on industry to see workforce characteristics.

13 OnTheMap An online mapping tool currently featuring: –42 states –Shows where residents work and where workers live, with reporting capabilities Includes cross-state work flows and many geographic layers: –Counties, cities/towns, Metro areas, 110 th Congress, WIAs, WIRED Regions, Tribal Lands, etc. Version 3 bring rolled out this summer…

14 Where do people who live in the path of the tornado work? OnTheMap: Where People Go to Work

15 Where do workers employed at jobs located in the path of the tornado live? OnTheMap: Where Workers Live

16 Cross-Border Labor Shed Using Concentric Circle Analysis

17 Report from Concentric Circle Analysis

18 OnTheMap Key Points Not yet national in scope. Does not include military, self-employed, or federal workers. Data in OnTheMap is refreshed annually. Not all states supply data at the same rate. OnTheMap reports top 10 cities/towns, top 10 counties, and top 3 states for sheds. OnTheMap shows cross-state labor sheds for all available partner states. OnTheMap shows commute sheds only within states, not across state boundaries.

19 Other Resources for LEDs Data Downloadable OnTheMap data –Origin-Destination Tables & Area Characteristics to Census Block level. Downloadable QWI data Older Worker Profiles eLearning Modules

20 Contact Us Program Manager: Marketing and Training: General Comments/Suggestions Website (Local Employment Dynamics)


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