07/02/2022

News

The Great Creative Class Migration

The demand for labor explains a lot of migration patterns. Where the uneducated once moved to staff large industrial centers, now those with the means and a college education flock to feed the Innovation Economy that is rising from their ashes.

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California Women and Employment: An Overview

. . . presents the employment rates of California women over time; their current employment rate according to age group, highest degree attained, and race/ethnic category; and their occupational category with median personal income.

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In Nation’s Breadbasket, Latinos Stuck in Poverty

California’s San Joaquin Valley is one of the richest agricultural regions in the world, with Fresno County farmers receiving a record $6.8 billion in revenues last year. But the region also consistently ranks among the nation’s most impoverished.

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Silicon Valley’s Race and Gender Inequality is Worse Than You Think

On Thursday, Mother Jones collected three jarring snapshots of Silicon Valley’s much-discussed (but largely under-studied) disparities between individuals of different genders and races.

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Silicon Valley’s Awful Race and Gender Problem in 3 Mind-Blowing Charts

Bracy’s talk featured some eye-popping charts on Silicon Valley’s race and gender divide.

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Annual demographic and housing data for California and Los Angeles MSA

Data tool for accessing Bureau of the Census data from different series

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Current Population Survey

Annual demographic and housing data for California and Los Angeles MSA

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American Community Survey, Summary File Retrieval Tool

Ongoing survey that provides demographic, income, education, and employment data on the population

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Debt and Aging and Healthcare: Ready or Not, Here We Come

Presentation from December 2012 Economic Outlook Conference

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The Inland Empire in 2015

. . . examine several likely characteristics of the Inland Empire in 2015, including the expected population makeup and economic conditions.

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Entrepreneurship among California’s Low-Skilled Workers

“. . . report explores this group of entrepreneurs and finds most low-skilled business owners have lower annual earnings than do low-skilled wage-earners—despite working more hours per week. “

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California 2025: Planning for a Better Future

This multi-topic publication highlights the state’s most pressing long-term policy challenges in several key areas . . .

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2012/2013 Orange County Workforce Indicators Report

. . . examines the growth of industry and employment, salary and wage trends, demographic changes and the educational attainment of Orange County students.

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2013 Orange County Community Indicators

. . . measures the overall quality of life in Orange County by tracking key indicators of economic, social and environmental well being.

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Barriers to Entrepreneurship in Emerging Domestic Markets: Analysis and Recommendations

These imbalances raise questions about access and potential stumbling blocks to individuals in different demographic groups. The fact that many of these individuals are also in low- and moderate-income communities intensifies the urgency of such questions. To limit their individual entrepreneurial opportunities is to limit the chances for their communities to achieve prosperity.

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