Community Development Core Competencies for Extension Professionals in the North Central Region. Foundations of Practice. The Foundations of Practice: Community Development Core Competencies for Extension Professionals is composed of three major components:
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Community Development Core Competencies for Extension Professionals in the North Central Region
Workers Working In County Of Residence
Note: As a Percent of Total Workers 16 Years and Above Residing in the County
County Economic Profile
American Factfinder, U.S. Census
BearFacts, Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce
Bureau of Economic Analysis, downloadable economic data.
Community Economic Toolbox , Developed by Penn State University. You select the state and then the county that you're interested in examining.
Census of Agriculture (2002), United States Department of Agriculture The Census of Agriculture is done every 5 years. Use the "Query Downloadable Options" for securing County and state level data.
County Business Patterns 1993-2002, U.S. Census
DataPlace, A "one-stop" source for data about your community or any place in the US developed specifically for housing and community development professionals. Find key statistics on any region in the US through maps, charts, tables and rankings.
Educational Finance Statistics by School District, National Center for Educational Statistics . For a list of the school districts within a county, first go to:http://nces.ed.gov/ccd/districtsearch/
Location Quotient Calculator, U.S. Department of Labor
Quarterly Workforce Indicators: U.S. Census, NAICS data by year and quarter. QWI measure the performance of the local economy - where jobs are, for what kind of workers, how much workers can expect to make and employers expect to pay them.
Shift-Share Analysis Calculator, University of Georgia
PCRD: Purdue Center for Regional Development,
RUPRI: Rural Policy Research Institute, For Indiana data, see http://www.rupri.org/resources/rnumbers/states/Indiana.pdf
Tiger Maps (Base Maps), U.S. Census: At the bottom of the page, type in the name of the County and the state, and then click on "search".
SETA: Office of Social and Economic Trend Analysis , Iowa State collects, analyzes, interprets, and disseminate information on social, economic, and demographic trends in support of community and regional analysis with emphasis on Iowa (but also includes data on Wisconsin!). This web-site is being updated to include data on all 50 states....see SETA Take Charge!
STATS Indiana: is an information service of the Indiana Business Research Center For data, see http://www.stats.indiana.edu/
Workers Travel Time
Percent workers 16 years and over, not working at home with Travel Time less than 30 Minutes
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000; SF3
Quarterly Workforce Indicators
Source: U.S. CensusBureau
The Indiana Self Sufficiency Standard calculates how much money working adults need to meet their basic needs without subsidies of any kind. It accounts for varying costs of living and working by family size, composition, the age of children and by where these families reside in Indiana.
The Self-Sufficiency Standard is calculated for 70 different family types in each of Indiana’s 92 counties. The 70 family types range from a single adult with no children, to one adult with one infant, one adult with one preschooler, and so forth, up to two-adult families with three teenagers.
For more information, contact the Indiana Institute for Working Families, ICHHI at (317) 636-8819. The Indiana Standard is available online at www.ichhi.org