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Iowa population projections, labor force projections, 1990-1991.

Iowa population projections, labor force projections, 1990-1991.

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Published by Dept. of Employment Services, Audit and Analysis Section, Labor Market Information Unit in Des Moines, Iowa .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Iowa
    • Subjects:
    • Population forecasting -- Iowa -- Statistics.,
    • Employment forecasting -- Iowa -- Statistics.,
    • Labor supply -- Iowa -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesPopulation projections., Labor force projections.
      ContributionsIowa. Dept. of Employment Services. Labor Market Information Unit.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsMLCM 93/02208 (H)
      The Physical Object
      Pagination147 p. :
      Number of Pages147
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1816451M
      LC Control Number89623122
      OCLC/WorldCa20276725

      In civilian labor force, total, percent of population age 16 years+, %: In civilian labor force, female, percent of population age 16 years+, %: Total accommodation and food services sales, ($1,) 67, Total health care and .   The Bureau of Labor Statistics of the U.S. Department of Labor is the principal Federal agency responsible for measuring labor market activity, working conditions, and price changes in the economy. Its mission is to collect, analyze, and disseminate essential economic information to support public and private decision-making.

      State and Local Labor Force Trends 12 The third edition of Iowa’s Workforce and the Economy highlights the natural During the period from to , Iowa’s population grew by a slight percent, while the U.S. population more than doubled in size. In civilian labor force, total, percent of population age 16 years+, %: In civilian labor force, female, percent of population age 16 years+, %: Total accommodation and food services sales, ($1,) 18, Total health care and .

      Population Projections. Iowa City saw an increase in population and residential development in the decade between and , trends which did not occur in most of the rest of the State of Iowa. From to , Iowa City experienced moderate growth at a rate of approximately people per year. Hispanics are a large and growing part of the United States workforce. Projections of the U.S. Census Bureau () state that, by the year , Hispanics will account for 25% of the population. For the Midwest in particular, the Hispanic population is expected to increase 35% by the year The construction industry is expected to experience a greater percentage increase of its Hispanic.


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Iowa population projections, labor force projections, 1990-1991 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Iowa population projections, labor force projections, [Iowa. Department of Employment Services. Labor Market Information Unit.;]. Iowa's Long-Term and Short-Term Occupational Projections (Forecasts) Occupational projections, also known as forecasts, provide detailed information on the estimated activity for each occupation in areas of employment, growth rate, total annual openings, wages, career preparation and skill requirements.

Data is available for the State of Iowa and by Iowa Workforce Development. Iowa's Long-Term and Short-Term Industry Projections (Forecasts) Industry projections, also known as forecasts, provide detailed information on the estimated activity for each industry in terms of employment and growth.

Data is available for the State of Iowa and by Iowa Workforce Development (IWD) region. Note: For optimal experience we recommend using the Google Chrome.

Population Projections from Woods & Poole Economics, Inc. U.S., state, and county population projections are published by Woods & Poole every year. The projections are: For the years to ; For total population, age, sex, race, and Hispanic origin; Benchmarked to Census results.

Iowa Census Data Tables: Projections. Population: U.S. State. County: U.S. Census Bureau - Interim Projections. Iowa's Current Employment Statistics (CES) program is an establishment survey that provides detailed industry data labor force projections employment, hours and earnings of workers on nonfarm payrolls.

Note: For optimal experience we recommend using the Google Chrome browser (download here). For assistance in navigating the Tableau visualization below, visit the Tableau Guide.

Data extracted on: Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Note: More data series, including additional geographic areas, are available through the "Databases & Tables" tab at the top of this page.

Iowa includes the following metropolitan areas for which an Economy At A Glance table is available. Ames, IA; Cedar Rapids, IA; Davenport-Moline-Rock Island, IA-IL. unemployment insurance initial claims. march 15 - highest reported industries. manufacturing: 56, accommodations and food services: 49, Overview of the Iowa Economy Labor Force Trends 7 13 The second edition of Iowa’s Workforce and the Economy includes a discussion of Iowa’s key contributed to two-thirds of Iowa’s percent population growth, and byLatinos became Iowa’s largest minority group.

Per capita income for the state stood at $35, inwhich. A New Look at Long-Term Labor Force Projections to Article in Monthly labor review / U.S.

Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics 29(11) November with Reads. Population of townships by county: and 6/18/: Estimates: Population estimates and numeric and percent change of incorporated and unincorporated areas by county: 9/9/: Population estimates of incorporated and unincorporated areas.

• The state’s labor force grew at its fastest pace during the ’s when the baby boom generation entered the job market for the first time, and large numbers of females began to enter the labor force.

• Iowa’s labor force participation rate of percent is among the highest in. The following resources provide key measures on labor market activity including, but not limited to: the unemployment rate, employment, and unemployment levels. Current Employment Statistics (CES) Measure of the monthly state and local nonfarm employment and wages.

It is considered a leading economic indicator. Current and historical data can be accessed on the CES home page. The Department of Elder Affairs maintains and provides population and demographic estimates/projections for age 60+ for the state and for its counties and incorporated places.

DEA also provides population estimates on poverty, race and ethnicity, and urban and rural for age 60+. This statistical information is obtained from numerous resources, including the State Data Center of Iowa. Labor Force Statistics Data Data are facts on people, places and business collected in censuses and surveys and through administrative records (e.g., birth certificates).

The results released based on these data collections are often called statistics. The State Data Center of Iowa is your source for population, housing, business and government statistics about Iowa, including data from the U.S.

Census Bureau, Iowa state agencies, and other state and federal sources. We're here to help--if you don't find what you need, contact us. News and Announcements. Census Response Rates. table of contents. 2 executive summary 3 overview of the iowa economy 6 state and local labor force trends 8 nonfarm employment trends 10 using occupational employment data for analysis 15 iowa industry projections () 19 analyzing iowa’s renewable fuels 24 understanding and navigating the new lmi website 29 researching demographics in iowa’s job market.

Labor force status of parents: 12/24/ Population - Projections: Revised. Format. Total population and numeric and percent change: to Numeric and percent change: HealthInfoIowa Iowa Center for the Book Iowa Publications Online.

Iowa's Workforce Young people who will join the workforce after Adults who were in the workforce in 66% Source: Prepared by Labor Force and Occupational Analysis Bureau, Iowa Workforce Development Note: Population projections were obtained from Woods and. Administration’s projection for labor force growth to slow to per- cent a year byonly seven years away, is a reasonable expectation, recognizing that there are reasonable scenarios.

Superseded: Population estimates and numeric and percent change 5/16/: Population - Projections: Revised. Format. Interim - U.S. Census Bureau: Population by single year of age and sex: July 1, - 4/21/: Population for five-year age groups and selected age groups by sex: - Downloadable!

Iowa endured high outmigration rates among young adults during the to period. In light of accelerating exits from the labor force as the "baby boom" generation reaches retirement age and Iowa's somewhat smaller labor force ages 25 through 44 than the national average, the state's labor force is projected to report uses age and sex specific mortality and.Labor force status of parents: Occupation, industry and class of worker of employed civilians 16 years and over: Census Tracts: Native population and year of entry and citizenship of HealthInfoIowa Iowa Center for the Book Iowa Publications Online.