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This page provides examples of how the LEHD data products and applications are being used including templates that demonstrate the use of data or application to conduct specific research.

Graying Hard Hats: Builders Are Desperate to Hire Millennials

Facing a labor shortage and an aging workforce, companies across the industry are trying out new methods for recruiting younger employees. A Bloomberg Business article, displayed an analysis using QWI that showed the share of industry workers by age, based on moving average of seasonally adjusted data.

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Economic programs and policy analysis with LEHD

Philadelphia CCD used LEHD data to understand the details of the area's workforce and economy in order to make and monitor the effectiveness of economic programs and policy initiatives. Visit the following link https://lehd.ces.census.gov/doc/CustomerProfile_PhillyCCD.pdf PDF icon (304 KB)


JP Morgan Chase

JPMorgan Chase utilized the LEHD program's Quarterly Workforce Indicators (QWIs) to produce a series of skill gap reports in metropolitan areas across the United States. Visit the following link https://lehd.ces.census.gov/doc/CustomerProfile_JPMorgan.pdf PDF icon (647 KB)


Measuring Demand: A Comparison of JOLTS and QWI

QWI was featured in an article titled, "Measuring Demand: A Comparison of JOLTS and QWI," by Matt Gaither.

Visit the following link http://www.economicmodeling.com/2014/06/09/measuring-demand-a-comparison-of-jolts-and-qwi This link to a non-federal Web site does not imply endorsement of any particular product, company, or content.


Broken Job Ladders and the Great Recession: Fast Food Edition

QWI (Quarterly Workforce Indicator) was showcased in an Economist View Blog article titled, "Broken Job Ladders and the Great Recession: Fast Food Edition," by Arin Dube.

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Study: New Hires in Manufacturing See Higher Monthly Earnings

QWI was included in a Pittsburgh Business Times article titled, "Study: New Hires in Manufacturing See Higher Monthly Earnings," by Justine Coyne.

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Quarterly Workforce Indicators Confirm Manufacturing Job Quality.

QWI appeared on an Economic and Statistics Administration Blog in an article titled, "Quarterly Workforce Indicators Confirm Manufacturing Job Quality."

Visit the following link http://www.esa.doc.gov/economic-briefings/quarterly-workforce-indicators-confirm-manufacturing-job-quality This link to a non-federal Web site does not imply endorsement of any particular product, company, or content.

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