LED data are used by businesses, job seekers, workforce and economic development agencies, Chambers of Commerce, educational institutions, Workforce Investment Boards, school career counselors, job search professionals, transportation planners and federal, state and local agencies.
QWI data are available for the following levels of geography:
The concepts of economic measurements in LED data differ from other economic data series published by the New York State Department of Labor such as the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW), Current Employment Statistics (CES) survey, and the Local Area Unemployment Statistics (LAUS) Program. Employment trends from LED program data should roughly coincide with and parallel employment trends from other data sources.
A complete set of QWIs is available for New York State from second quarter 2000 forward. The latest complete set of QWIs will generally lag one year from the current quarter.
Industry Focus: This tool allows data users to perform customized rankings of industries in their county or region using any of the Quarterly Workforce Indicators outlined above. It can quickly answer questions such as:
OnTheMap: This web-based tool allows users to map where people live in relation to where they work with reports on age, race, ethnicity, educational attainment, earnings, industry distribution, and local workforce indicators. Data are available at the sub-county level.
Community Economic Development (CED) HotReport: A compilation of data from various sources. Topics include: economic, demographic, housing and transportation statistics, and community assets.
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