Business Vacancies – 2020 Q4

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This layer displays business vacancy rates and total business vacancies in census tracts across the United States. Vacancy rates are reported quarterly.

Residential Vacancies – 2020 Q4

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This layer displays residential vacancy rates and total residential vacancies in census tracts across the United States. Vacancy rates are reported quarterly.

Employment Accessibility

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This layer displays information about employment accessibility by estimating the number of jobs within 45 minutes (drive time) from each census block group.

Opportunity Data – Labor Market Index

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The labor-market engagement index provides a summary description of the relative intensity of labor market engagement and human capital in a neighborhood. This is based upon the level of employment, labor force participation, and educational attainment in a census tract.

Non-Specialized Counties

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Non-specialized counties are those that did not meet the economic dependence threshold for any other type, as measured by 2010-12 Bureau of Economic Analysis, Local Area Personal Income and Employment data.

Low Education Counties

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Low education counties are those where 20% or more of county residents age 25-64 did not have a high school diploma or equivalent, determined by the American Community Survey 5 Year average data for 2008-12.

Low Employment Counties

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Low employment counties are those where less than 65% of county residents age 25-64 were not employed, determined by the American Community Survey 5 Year average data for 2008-12.

Population Loss Counties

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Population loss counties are those where the number of county residents declined between the 1990 and 2000 censuses and also between the 2000 and 2010 censuses.

Retirement Destination Counties

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Retirement destination counties are those where the number of residents age 60 and older grew by 15% or more between the 2000 and 2010 censuses due to net migration.

Persistent Poverty Counties

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Persistent poverty counties are those where 20% or more of county residents were poor, measured by the 1980, 1990, and 2000 censuses, and the 2007-11 American Community Survey.