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Workshop 2010 Agenda PDF icon (125 KB)

Pictures from the workshop This link to a non-federal Web site does not imply endorsement of any particular product, company, or content. (courtesy Kevin McKinney, Census Bureau)


Wednesday, March 10

Early Bird Session on Education
Early Bird Session on Emergency Management

Thursday, March 11

Keynote Address
Poster Session
  • Ontario, Oregon–Idaho Micropolitan Statistical Area PDF icon (22 KB)

    Often existing beyond community borders, regional economies are dynamic zones of business activity. The Ontario Area spans two counties and two states. OnTheMap provides regional analysis answering questions from economic development entities, workforce system participants, and others.

  • Multi-Year Age–Gender Pyramid Chart PDF icon (968 KB)

    Multi-Year Age–Gender Pyramid Chart Showing Percentages of Civilian and Employed Population: A Study of Growth Patterns in Georgia from 2000 through 2008.

  • Gender PDF icon (125 KB) Age PDF icon (290 KB)

    Quarterly Workforce Indicators data were used to recognize trends in California's workforce. These data demonstrated that California's workforce is aging and that industries which are historically male dominated are beginning to see an increase in female employment.

Measuring the Economic Recovery
LED Enhancements
1. Workforce Planning
2. Transportation Planning
3. Economic Indicators

March 12, 2010

Promoting Local Employment Dynamics Use in Your State PDF icon (554 KB)
Nick Beleiciks, State of Oregon

LED Operations
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