Empower Dashboard: data showing the number of Empower workshop attendees along with one-on-one coaching for local Oregonians and Workforce Development staff that focus on Essential Employability Skills. This work is vital to the health of our local workforce and driven by employer input. Watch Empower Video Testimonials.
My Community Dashboard: US Census showing Economic Data (household income, poverty rate and population without healthcare insurance) Social Characteristics, Race & Ethnicity, and Business Profiles. Visit the My Computer Dashboard, then in the upper right hand corner choose the state and county.
Business Formation Statistics: US Census showing the number of business applications (self-employed, Gig, consultants, new business starts), scroll down to click on states and then counties.
County Business Patterns by Industry: 2020: US Census showing number of establishments by state and county using the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS). Visit the County Business Patterns by Industry Visualization Tool
Economic Indicators (National): a snapshot of key economic indicators nationally provided by the US Census Bureau.
Opportunity Atlas: The Opportunity Atlas allows users to interactively explore data on children’s outcomes into adulthood for every Census tract in the United States. This can inform local efforts to build equitable, prosperous, and healthier communities.
Population and Housing State Data: US Census 2020 dashboard displays population and housing information by state and county.
Post-Secondary Employment Outcomes Explorer (PSEO): US Census PSEO dashboard displays average income gained from all college and university graduates in the US based on degrees and graduation dates. You can choose each state, institution and degree. Visit the PSEO Dashboard
Racial and Ethnic Diversity in the United States: US Census dashboard displays 2010 and 2020 racial and diversity data.
Who Is Receiving Social Safety Net Benefits?: US Census interactive table shows which populations access Social Safety Net Benefits (data is US only)
Young Adult Migration: the Migration Project uses newly constructed and publically available statistics to show migration patterns of young adults in the US.