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1 Western New York Region Census 2000 Western New York Region Census 2000

2 Educational Attainment of the Population 25 Years and Over Western New York Region Census 2000

3 Employment by Industry Residents 16 Years of Age and Over Census 2000 BUFFALO-NIAGARA FALLS MSA

4 Employment by Industry Residents 16 Years of Age and Over Census 2000 ALLEGANY COUNTY

5 Employment by Industry Residents 16 Years of Age and Over Census 2000 CATTARAUGUS COUNTY

6 Employment by Industry Residents 16 Years of Age and Over Census 2000 CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY

7 Employment by Industry Residents 16 Years of Age and Over Census 2000 ERIE COUNTY

8 Employment by Industry Residents 16 Years of Age and Over Census 2000 NIAGARA COUNTY

9 Class of Worker New York State and the Western New York Region Census 2000 Category New York State Buffalo- Niagara Falls MSA Allegany County Cattaraugus County Chautauqua County Erie County Niagara County Percent of Total Employed Private Sector Government Self-employed Unpaid family workers

10 Selected Labor-Related Trends of Allegany County Residents Based on Decennial Census Data Category Net Change: 1990 to 2000 Educational Attainment of Persons 25 & Over Percent High School graduate or higher Percent Associate Degree or higher Percent Bachelors Degree or higher Labor Force Participation Rates (Persons 16 and Over) Total, both sexes Males Females Class of Worker: (Percent of Total) Private sector workers Government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers Annual Income for Previous Year Median household $24,164 $32,106 $7,942 Median family $28,056 $38,580 $10,524 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 Adapted by the New York State Department of Labor, Research and Statistics Division.

11 Selected Labor-Related Trends of Cattaraugus County Residents Based on Decennial Census Data Category Net Change: 1990 to 2000 Educational Attainment of Persons 25 & Over Percent High School graduate or higher Percent Associate Degree or higher Percent Bachelors Degree or higher Labor Force Participation Rates (Persons 16 and Over) Total, both sexes Males Females Class of Worker: (Percent of Total) Private sector workers Government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers Annual Income for Previous Year Median household $23,421 $33,404 $9,983 Median family $28,178 $39,318 $11,140 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 Adapted by the New York State Department of Labor, Research and Statistics Division.

12 Selected Labor-Related Trends of Chautauqua County Residents Based on Decennial Census Data Category Net Change: 1990 to 2000 Educational Attainment of Persons 25 & Over Percent High School graduate or higher Percent Associate Degree or higher Percent Bachelors Degree or higher Labor Force Participation Rates (Persons 16 and Over) Total, both sexes Males Females Class of Worker: (Percent of Total) Private sector workers Government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers Annual Income for Previous Year Median household $24,183 $33,458 $9,275 Median family $29,926 $41,054 $11,128 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 Adapted by the New York State Department of Labor, Research and Statistics Division.

13 Selected Labor-Related Trends of Erie County Residents Based on Decennial Census Data Category Net Change: 1990 to 2000 Educational Attainment of Persons 25 & Over Percent High School graduate or higher Percent Associate Degree or higher Percent Bachelors Degree or higher Labor Force Participation Rates (Persons 16 and Over) Total, both sexes Males Females Class of Worker: (Percent of Total) Private sector workers Government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers Annual Income for Previous Year Median household $28,005 $38,567 $10,562 Median family $35,061 $49,490 $14,429 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 Adapted by the New York State Department of Labor, Research and Statistics Division.

14 Selected Labor-Related Trends of Niagara County Residents Based on Decennial Census Data Category Net Change: 1990 to 2000 Educational Attainment of Persons 25 & Over Percent High School graduate or higher Percent Associate Degree or higher Percent Bachelors Degree or higher Labor Force Participation Rates (Persons 16 and Over) Total, both sexes Males Females Class of Worker: (Percent of Total) Private sector Government Self-employed Unpaid family worker Annual Income for Previous Year Median household $28,408 $38,136 $9,728 Median family $33,900 $47,817 $13,917 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 Adapted by the New York State Department of Labor, Research and Statistics Division.


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