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1 Local Employment Dynamics: OnTheMap Version 4 New Jersey State Data Center Annual Network Meeting Stephen Tibbets LEHD Program June 17, 2010

2 OnTheMap 2 LEDs online dynamic mapping and reporting tool Where do workers live? Where do residents work? Reports on age, earnings, and industries Segment an analysis by age, earnings, or industry 47 states online UN recognition as major U.S. statistical innovation 2002-2008 annual data User-selected areas based on Census Block units Innovative disclosure protection Flexible Inputs/Outputs

3 LED Tool Comparison 3 Geographic Detail Characteristic Detail OnTheMap QWI Online/ Industry Focus Product Detail Frequency of Updates Data Currency OnTheMap QWI Online/ Industry Focus Product Currency/Frequency

4 What Data are Available? Demographic Data reported in: –3 Age Groups –3 Monthly Earning Groups –20 NAICS Sectors Commute Data (Work/Home Origin-Destination) reported in: –7 different geographic aggregations, including political, workforce, and education layers. Available for every Census Block in the Country! (except DC, CT, MA, NH) 4

5 Advances in Version 4 Search Result auto-selected in Analysis tab Improved cartography and additional reference geographies in Base Map More streamlined Analysis tab Import selection areas (SHP, KML, Lat/Long, Address) Improved simplicity and flexibility in Selection Tools Export Point and Thermal overlays (SHP, KML) Identify tool provides detail to Point overlays 5

6 OnTheMap: General Process 1.Define Analytical Question 2.Search for Name/Pan & Zoom in Map Viewer 3.Turn on/off Base Map Layers & Labels * 4.Create Analysis 5.View Map and Report 6.Save Outputs * 7.Refine Analytical Question & Start Again * * Optional 6

7 OnTheMap: Analysis Tab Creating Your Analysis 7 Step 3 Type of Analysis Step 1 Type of Region Step 2 Specify region for analysis Also specify years, job type, labor market segment Results

8 Selecting Your Analysis Type Area Profile –Map Overlays show Work or Home locations within the selection area –Reports provide Age, Earnings, and Industry characteristics of workers employed or living within the selection area Experimental QWI data are available in Work Area Profile Reports Shed –Map Overlays show the destinations of workers who are either employed in (Labor Shed) or live in (Commute Shed) the selection area –Reports provide tabulations of those destinations by geographic rollup area (i.e. cities, counties, states) 8

9 Data Outputs from OnTheMap Reports – HTML, Excel, and PDF –Age, Earnings, and Industry Characteristics of workers living or working within selection area –Cities, Counties, Zip Codes, etc. where workers are commuting to/from Map Overlays – Points and Thermals (KML, SHP, PDF) –Work or Home Locations within selection area –Work or Home Locations as commuting destinations from selection area 9

10 Live Demo 10

11 Advanced Topics Other Selection Tools –Freehand, Ring/Buffer, Plume, Donut Labor Market Segments –Analyze by one of 3 Age, 3 Earnings, or 3 Industry Labor Segments Paired Area Analyses –Analyze by shared Home and Work areas Import/Export Functionality –KML, SHP, Lat/Long, Address Import and KML, SHP Overlay Export Raw Data Download –Create analyses from the raw data 11

12 Labor Market Segments Fine Tune By Characteristics –Options for segmentation roughly match characteristics shown in Area Profile Reports –3 Age, 3 Earnings, and 3 Industry Groupings Area Profile Reports –View characteristics of workers in selected segment (i.e. age and earnings of workers in an industry segment) Shed Reports –Same information as All Workers report 12

13 Creating a Paired Area Analysis Fine Tune By Geography –Limit workers included in the analysis to those that share a Home and Work area Step 2a of the Analysis tab –Same selection tools as in Step 2 Paired Area Profile Reports –View characteristics of workers living and working in selected areas (3 Age, 3 Earnings, and 3 Industry) Paired Shed Reports –No Rollups available for Paired Areas 13

14 More Advanced Analysis Questions Where do workers aged 30 and younger live who are employed in a particular geographic area? What are the age, earnings, and industry characteristics of workers who commute between two neighboring counties? How many 'Goods Producing' jobs are located within twenty miles of a planned employment training center or transit stop? What are the age and earnings characteristics of workers employed in the 'Trade, Transportation, and Utilities' industry grouping? What percentage of high-income earners live and work within a certain city, versus those who commute to a rival city? 14

15 Using OnTheMaps Raw Data 15 TIGER/Line Shapefiles Raw OnTheMap Data (VRDC) Disaster Reference Data GIS Software Statistical Software Flooding in Des Moines, IA How do you analyze non-contiguous areas together?

16 Using OnTheMaps Raw Data 16 Fire-Impacted Areas (10/19/07-10/26/07) 3,653 Census Blocks in 7 counties within 1 km of 2,719 active fires Resident Workers About 93,000 workers live in the fire areas Employed Workers About 60,000 workers work in the fire areas 93,000 Resident Workers NAICS Sectors 60,000 Employed Workers 11%Manufacturing13% 11%Retail Trade8% 9%Educational Services8% Health Care & Social Assistance 4% 8%Professional, Scientific and Technical 4% 7%Accommodation & Food Services 8% 7%Construction9% And much more...

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